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THE MIC11GAN DAHlY -

Petitions for WAA Board, League Posts
Must Be Submitted' by Noon Tomorrow

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Board Positions
Open to All Coeds
Petitions for the 29 positions on
the WAA Board are due at noon
tomorrow in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Special blanks will be used for
t the petitioning, these are avail-
able in the Undergraduate Office.
Petitions should include plans for
the positions and criticisms and
suggestions for the WAA as a
whole. Information concerning the
positions may be obtained from
the WAA Files at the WAB, from
League Presidents' Reports, and
from the person now holding the
position.
Varied Jobs Available
Positions on the executive
board include president, vice pres-
ident, secretary, treasurer, A.F.-
C.W. representative, participation,
Interhouse manager, dormitory
manager, league house manager,
sorority manager, Daily publicity
and general publicity.
Club managerships open include
archery, badminton, basketball,

bowling, camp counselors, ballet,
modern dance, fencing, golf, ice
skating, hockey, outing, rifle,
swimming, softball, table tennis
and tennis.
Women applying for the posi-
tion of president must be second
semester juniors who have served
previously on the board. All other
positions are open to every elig-
ible woman. Experience is not
necessary. The applicant need not
have been a member of the club
to pettition for manager.
Officers Duties Described
The president of WAA presides
at all Board meetings, approves
appointments, bills and requisi-
tions, while the vice-president is
social chairman of the association
and serves as chairman of the
spring project, Michigras.
The secretary keeps minutes of
WAA and board meetings and is
the official correspondent for the
organization. The treasurer keeps
all financial records, prepares the
yearly budget, and arranges for
purchases.

Soph, Cabaret Jobs
Are onLeague List
Tomorrow noon is the final
deadline for Soph Cabaret and
League interviewing and Judiciary
Committee petitions which must
be placed in the League petition-
ing box in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
Petitioning is being held for
members of the central committee
of the Cabaret, two sophomore
positions on the League Inter-
viewing Committee and five soph-
omore aides on the Women's Ju-
diciary Committee. Prospective
sophomores may petition.
Interviewing, consisting of short
personal interviews, will be held
March 15 through 26 and peti-
tioners may sign for them on the
undergraduate bulletin board.
Information concerning these
various positions will be found in
the League president's reports lo-
cated in the League Library.
Other information may be found
in the League Lowdown.

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By MARILYN JONES
A RECORD NUM32R of :pccialty dancies 1l. : a trow
lively this weekend. Cornmittet'; went into h lod 8( (ae Of)
with some very clever themes and decoration is..
The Fijis will hold a "Post-Pro-Rodeo" t e wi h iu'st:;
attending in strictly informal attire. There will be old saddles scat-
tered throughout the house to combine with the "back in the saddle
again" theme. A hitchin' post will be prove; d 1 ,llv.ite uefs Of
their wraps. Al Jackson will entertain during internLson.
The thatch-roofed but in front of th Pi Lam h e will be
used as the entrance to a "Congo Night," based on a .ungle theme.
Guests will be greeted by cannibal doormen. Inide the house there
will be a hunter's camp with tents all around, and a kettle
boiling in the center of the camp.
Th Theta Xi's are going to the other extr me tunar when
they have their spring pledge formal. After dinner at the Allenel,
members an9 their dates will return to the house to dance to the
music of Tom McNall and his orchestra. Decorations for the party
have been planned by Carl Forsland, with "shadows upon shadows"
forming. a music atmosphere for the guests. Silhouettes of orchestra
leaders will be framed by the windows and large glittering records
will cover the walls.
ALLEN-RUMSEY AND WENLEY HOUSE will give a dance tomor-
row in the West Quad on a cabaret theme with individual tables
complete with candles in bottles and checked tablecloths. A house
talent floor show with Haz Schumacher as emcee and Fred Thomp-
son and his "piano chatter" will be the highlight of the party. Music
for dancing will be played by Al Chase and his orchestra.
St. Patrick's Day and "the wearin' of the green" will be the
theme of the Zeta Psi party tomorrow. Cut outs of sliamrocks and
leperchauns will decorate the house and guests will be favored with
green tile hats. A quartette will sing Irish songs during the
evening.
Theta Chis will get a chance to test their dates' taste in
ties tomorrow when they have a "necktie exchange." The object
is for each member to bring three ties to be displayed on a rack.
Then each coed is to pick out three ties she thinks are suitable
for her date. how brave can men be!
"Men wanted - dead or alive - $5,000 reward" SAEs alid their
dates will act as judges and witnesses when the Jail birds, dressed
in black and white striped suits are brought before court at the
"jail party" tomorrow.
THE PHI SIGMA DELTA house will be transformed into a "Gam-
bling Casino" tomorrow for a typical gambling party, complete
with costumed cashiers to give out "money." Tle one winning the
most money will receive a grand prize.
A formal dinner-dance will be given in the 11,1ey Room of the
League tomorrow in honor of the newly-initiated Alpha Si ma Phisj
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League Mixer
Tom McNall's band will be
featured at the League Mixer
Dance, to be held from 2 to 5
p.n. tomorrow in the League
"This is an excellent oppor-
tunity for students to meet stu-
dents of the opposite sex," ac-
cording to Blanche Berger,
chairman of the League dances.
Soft drinks and card playing
will be available at the dances
which are to be held every
other week.

Sigma Nu To Present Formal

The traditional White Rose For-
mal of Sigma Nu fraternity will
be presented from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today in the Ballroom and
Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Maintaining the "friendly" riv-
alry established at VMI in the
"founding days" with brother fra-
ternity Alpha Tau Omega, the
Michigan Sigma Nu's have invited

the ATO chapter, as well as other
prominent guests to the event.
Popular Detroit orchestra lead-
er, Pat Pascal will furnish the
music.
The committee making arrange-
ments for the dance are Bud We-
ber, chairman; John Carnes, dec-
orations; Harvey Ragland, build-
ing; Ted Hall, refreshments and
Gay Baker, finance.

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Grey, pink, blue, black, white, maize, aqua, navy
wool short sleeve slipover, just $4.00.
" Short Sleeve Angora Pullover
Fluffy pastel blue, pink or white angora in short
sleeve waist rib styles for sizes 36 to 40. $6.00
" Botany Wool Cardigan Sweaters
White, aqua, blue, pink, navy, grey or maize Botany
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Hillel Show
Ticket Sales
Start Monday
Tickets for the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation's annual variety
show "Hillelzapoppin," will be on
sale from 1 to 4 p.m. next Mon-
day through Friday, at a booth
in University Hall and from 1 to 5
p.m. Saturday, March 20, at the
Lydia Mendelssohn box office.
Proceeds from the show, to be
held at 8 p.m. Saturday, March,
20, at Lydia Mendelssohn, will go
to the United Jewish Appeal.
Songs, humor and six original
skits, judged. on a competitive
basis by members of the Univer-
sity faculty, will be featured at
this third post-war variety show.
Chairman of the show is
Blanche Berger. Shirlee Rich is
assistant chairman and Aviva
Shanoff and Fred Klein, directors.
Other committee members in-
clude Ideane Levenson, publicity;
Connie Friedman and Marilyn
Kapel, programs; Phyllis Rosen-
berg, tickets; Danny Tannenbaum,
lights; Bud Frank and Gil Osmos,
stage managers; Tobe Friedman,
make-up; Debbie Wolson, ushers,
and Esther Sklar, miscellaneous.
Tickets Available
Tickets for the series of ten
bridge lessons sponsored by the
League Social Committee are on
sale this week in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
Classes are being held from 7
to 10 p.m. on Monday and Tues-
day evenings for beginners, inter-
mediate and advanced players
with Mrs. Walter R. MacLean as
professional instructor, in the
Garden Room of the League.

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