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Meeting Will Be Held
For WfHH Petitioners

There will be a mass meeting
for all prospective members of the
WAA Board at 4:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the WAB Lounge.
t Discussion will, concern the po-
sitions open; duties of the posts
Style Show
To Be Given
A "Fashionable Evening" fea-
turing spring styles in review will
be presented by Theta Sigma Phi,
honorary professional organization
of women in journalism, from 8 to
10 p.m. Thursday in the League
Clothing and models for the
show will be furnished by Ann
Arbor stores. Other stores will do-
nate favors, door prizes, and flow-
ers. Music will be supplied by
Mary Carolyn Wright.
Tickets may be obtained from
members of the fraternity from
9 a.m. to :30 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday in the League Lobby.
Co-chairmen, in charge of the
review, are Gloria Johnson and
Alice Carlson. Programs chair-
man is Jean Baird; tickets, Elea-
nor Breitmeyer; ballroom, Mar-
! garet O'Leary and Patricia Petter-
son, publicity.

and petitioning procedure, accord-
ing to Betty Eaton, presidcnt. Po-
sitions on the board are open to
all eligible women who will be
sophomores, juniors or seniors
next fall. The office of president
requires that the candidate be a
second semester junior and have
served on the board previously.
Positions open include presi-
dent, vice-president, secretary,
treasurer, A.F.C.W. representa-
tive, participation, interhouse
manager, dormitory manager,
league house manager, sorority
manager, Daily publicity and
general publicity.
Managerships of clubs include
archery, basketball, ballet, modern
dance, hockey, softball, and ten-
nis. Other posts include badmin-
tion, camp counselors, fencing,
golf, ice skating, outing, rifle,
swimming and table tennis..
Special petition forms will be
used for the petitions. These will
be available at the meeting and
also in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
Petitions are due at noon Sat-
urday in the Undergraduate Of-
fice. Applicants are requested to
sign for interviews when submit-
ting the petitions. Interviews will
begin Monday, March 22, in the
WAB Offices.

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Sigma Nu's
To Celebrate
Ancient Rivalry
The "whitefeet" of Sigma Nu
and "blackfeet" of Alpha Tau
Omega can both be traced back
to standard military regulations
existing at Virginia Military In-
stitute in the latter 19th cen-
tury when the fraternities were
The Sigma Nu's, who were orig-
inally bedecked in white boots at
VMI, will celebrate the ancient
"black" and "white" rivalry this
year with their annual White Rose
Formal to be given from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday in the Ballroom
and Grand Rapids room of the
Over 300 Guests Invited
The ATO's who wore the black
boots at the military institution,
will attend the function as well as
over 300 invited guests, including
presidents of fraternities, sorori-
ties, presidents of various campus
organizations and editors of. cam-
pus publications. Albion and Mich-
igan State Sigma Nu's will also
be invited.
The "white rose" atmosphere
will be carried out in full in deco-
rations and novel programs, while
Pat Pascal, popular Detroit band-
master, will hold forth with the
nusic. Refreshments will be served.
WAA Notices
All cancellations of games in the
Inter-House Basketball Tourna-
ment must be reported to Marilyn
Sheldon, 2-4471, by noon tomorrow.
Monday-5:10 p.m.: Sigma Del-
ta Tau, I vs. Pi Beta Phi II, Alpha
Omicron Pi III vs. Gamma Phi
Beta II; 7:10 p.m.: Zone 2 vs. Jor-
dan I, Stockwell III vs. Helen New-
berry I; 8:15 p.m.: Zone 6 vs.
Stockwell XII, Delta Zeta vs. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma III.
Tuesday-5:10 p.m.: Stockwell
V vs. Delta Gamma IV, Alpha Phi
II vs. Stockwell IV; 7:10 p.m.:
Martha Cook vs. Interzone, Zone
5 vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma II.
Wednesday-5:10 p.m.: Kappa
Kappa Gmma I vs. winner of Sig-
ma Delta Tau-Pi Beta Phi II game.
7:10 p.m.: Pi Beta Phi I vs. Couz-
ens III, Chi Omega II vs. winner of
Stockwell III-Newberry I game;
8:15 p.m.: Zeta Tau Alpha I vs.
winner of Zone 6-Stockwell XII
Thursday-5:10 p.m.: Betsy Bar-
bour II vs. winner of Kappa Kappa
Gamma II-Zone 5 game, Alpha
Phi IV vs. winner of Stockwell IV-
Alpha Phi II game; 7:10p.m.: So-
rosis I vs. winner of Gamma Phi
Beta II-Alpha Omicron Pi III
game, winner of Martha Cook-In-
terzone game vs. winner of Stock-
well V-Delta Gamma IV game.
Coeds who were unable to at-
tend the mass meeting Thurs-
day for dance class hostesses
and who would like to serve as
a hostess for the League classes
beginning next week, should
sign up as soon as possible in
the League Undergraduate Of-
fice, according to Nancy Mus-
selman, dance publicity chair-

Mrs .J 'utlyof'1'l ep KpaGanina, and lhe is a;"f-
Fls, N.Y ., ouud ithe n- filiad ccl with Alpha Tau Omega.
dus, to Ruikchard J ,sorfMr. David Pease of Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. E Lry L. Iamlin of Ohio, announced the engagement
Floral Park, N.Y. of his daughter, Janet, to William
Miss Courtney is a senior in tie,, Bennett Heffner, son of Mr. and
literary college and is affiliatecd Mr' Harry W. Heffner of Circle-
with Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. : ' le, Ohio.
Hamlin attends th- University of Miss Pease is affiliat vcclwith
Maine. Kappa Kappa Gamma arnd is a
The couple has 1p)1on IidCl a smli- 5finior in the lit erary eollcge.
mci wedding. Mr. Helmuer received his BA.
d,, egree from the University in Feb-
Judge and Mr's. Rbert T. iol- irary. The couple has planned a
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F. Griaves of Detroit. Both Miss
Holland and Mr. Graves are ,jun-
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Show Date Set
"Hillelzapoppin" at 8 p.m. Sat-
urday, March 20 in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre when B'nai B'-
rith Hillel Foundation presents its
traditional variety show.
This year the show will consist
of humor, songs, and six original
skits presented by Phi Sigma Del-
ta, Sigma Alpha Mu, Zeta Beta
Tau, Sigma Delta Tau, 1027 E. Un-
iversity and the Traumatic Play-
The skits will be judged by mem-
bers of the University faculty and
a loving cup will be awarded the
winner. Proceeds from the annual
show will go to the United Jewish
Tickets will be on sale from 1
to 4 p.m., March 15 through 19 in
University Hall and from 1 to 5
p.m. Saturday, March 20 at the
Lydia Mendelssohn box office.
Heading the central committee
members are Bernice Berger, chair-
man; Shirley Rich, assistant chair-
man, and Aviva Shanoff and Fred
Klein, directors.


Miss Dempsey is a senior ili the
literary college and is a mcnber
of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sooity.
Mr. Hartrick is' a sophomore in
law school. The couple will be mar-
ried in June.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Schomburg
of Toledo recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Su-
san, to Richard Bodycombe, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bodycombe
of Grosse Pointe.
Miss Schomburg and Mr. Body-
combe are seniors in the literary
college. She is a member of Kap-
Chappuis Honored
By UCLA Coeds
Michigan's famed Bob Chap-
puis recently acquired another title
when he was named the "fourth
most handsome man in the United
States" by a group of coeds at the
University of California in Los
Heading the list of most hand-
some men was Ronald Colman
with Edward Stetinius and Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower in second
and third places.


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