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Mic higras PetitioningOpen
For Central Comm ittee J obs

Positions for Clhoecentral com-.
-mittee of thee 1948 Micigras will
be open to all students on campus.
One man and one woman will
serve w; co-ch-airmn of cach . of
the following comnmittees: booths,
.ticlkets, parade, prizes nd ipr o-
.grams. 7The puhulicity tconuntlittee
~will be divided with a ma n lsterv-
ing cas cgeneral chaiaiad ia
coed for Daily aind )tCTasi-
ant.
The chairm'enships of finance,
concessions and decorations corn-
, mittees are open to men, while
the positions of secretary and re-
freshment chairman are open to G
women.
The procedure for lictitionitng
.will be similar to that. used for
positions inl women1's activities.
Petitions will be writtenl by the
ap~plcant including lan for thae
individual eommitC~e, ;anulfor
Miebigras as a whale, with
criticisms and suggestionis. Iti-
formation about Micbigras nmay
z be obtained by consultinig i-cc-
ordo of past events in ]Vflsw
H~artwig's Office in Barbour

(oym ror 1)yvconistltimn members
of the 1947 centrad (wflmittee.
Petitions are dure at 5 p.m. Mon-
day in the Student Off ices of the
Union or the Uniderg raduate Of-
fice of the Leagui~e. Aipplicants are
recutied to sign for interviews
when they submit theii petitionts.
Additional informa~ition on thei pe-
titioning procedurie may he ob-
tained by cal ing Rae Keller or
Keith Jordon, general co-chair-
men of the 1948 Michigras.
Michigras will be sponsored
by the Women,, Athletie Asso-
ciation and the Union, and will
be held April I:; and 24 in Yhost
Field House. Profits from the
carnival will go to theWoes
Swinining Pool l~und.
The parade which traditionally
opens the Michigras weekend in-
clutdes floats,, by campus organiza-
tions andl residences. The carnival
presents shows, games of skill and
refreshments. In the ps years
the conicessioniS committee has ob-
tained a ferris wheirel, merry-go-
round and other amusements.

JE~PTryouts,)
Comm it tees
To Orgcanize
Tryouts for the, Junior Girls'
Play cast, and registration for
committees are being conducted
this week from 3-5:30 p.m. in the
Undergraduate Office of the
Leag-ue.
]theistration for all committees
:and part tryouts for the play must
be complleted this week. Part re-
hearsals ar~e scheduled to begin
next week, according to Harriet
Penske, publicity chairman.
Requirements Listed
Qualifications for work on
JGP consist of junior standing,
an eligibility card, and $1 pay-
ment of junior dues. Dues may be
paid at the time of registration.
JGP is the annual project for
junior women which will be given
March 25, 26, 27. Its purpose is
to acquaint coeds of junior stand-
ing by presenting a dramatic pro-
duction for the campus.. Tl:he
money raised from the project is
given to charity.
Varied Jobs Available
T:Che project offers varied ex-
periences in acting, dancing and
stage and publicity work for an
lunlimit (d number of women. Last
yMear, ther e were 250 coeds in the
cas5t.
Traditionally, the first night
production is given by the juniors
for the senior class, following the
senior dinner.
Candy, \. cookies, kleenex, blue-
books and similar items will be
:sold at the booth which will bel
nn on a nion-profit basis.
VU'HoallIBooth
Needs Workers
Opportunities for women vol-
unteers to serve in the student-
run. candy store, to be established
soon in University Hall, will be
explained at a meeting to be held
at 4:30 P.m. today in the League.
Organization of the booth is a,
function of the Benefit Drive
Committee, under the leadership
of Janet, Cork. The committee
plans to furnish students with
necessary and incidental articles
at low cost. The booth will be
managed by Joyce Atchison.

Coedls Repay Dates
Fi Pay-ff' Friday

Miortar Board will hold its an-
nual "Fay-Off :Dance" whlen
coeds repay the ir J-Hop da1,tes
from 9 p.m. to micidght Fridaint ~
the League Ballroomn.
The music for the tradit ional
informal affair will te supphed by 1
Fran Wine-Oair iand hi rclwst lra .
Th'le ththe het-(Jl dan-(Imcev.will(i -
ter around "Valentine's a. 1e-
coeds Begin
Formhal Rush
Almost 500 women signied up
for the formal spring sasnof
sol'ority rushing, wich begi'an.
Monday with arseries of opensingrr
teas.
Rushees will at teirnd the last of
throe Preliminary teas from 7 to
10 P.M. today. Inrvitationls to thic
first set of rushing par)ties may
be obtained by each vrusheec from,
noon to 2 pr.m. tomorrow ii, tfi
lPanhelleniic Offiice on thew fi rst,
floor of thW ge . l?.cplics t(
invitations are tLo be ret1urne(d to!

fr .? menits will be served and
thecre wtill be a drainitg for door
triu'kt tsi for the dance are on
salie this week in the League.
IProvow-ds u~ill be used for the
two MotaraiBoardsc holarshipsi
a+wai tc~l .0atwntallaition Night in
the spcilig.
z, sc is chairmnan of the
Pay - Offi Dan ce" committee.
Ot he r members of the committee
alre Penny Klausner, assistant
chairman; Rozann adliff, pa-
trons; Nancy Hlolt, decorations:
Jerry Galtucy, programs, Eunice
<Iintz. publicity and Ruth Klaus-
nt r, refreshments.
I'atrons far the dance in-
elude UI(Ig'c"it Vera Baits, Vresi-
detaiidl Mrs. A. G. Ruthven,
N ice-tPre sidenrt and Mrs, Rob-
crtL P1. lrigg s, 'Vdice -President
;111(l1 irs.NMarvin 1'.Nielhuss.
tiecretary and 'Mrs. Herbert G.
Watiki;ns, Registrar and Mrs.
ilra M. ';mith, and Provost and
iris. Jamies P. Adams.
'rhe list continues with D~ean
Alice A. Lloyd. Dean and Mrs. E.

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AT TENTION: All College Girs
F or Febriuary Onlly rt
0We aire offering for thefis
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A safe ioose end curl for Youir
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All for $7.50
PHONE 48 1z f or 'your a P itt/nwnI.t
F.ive Opciralors To Serve You,
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the Office by G p.m. tomorrow. A. Walter,. Associate Deanl Mary
Rushing parties y01il nitef Brolnal eacind Prof. Arthur W.
throuigi the rmonith. I'Trhthe l I rorrag e. Associate Dean and
has schxeduled. biddhig for NlMt! cli Mrs. W" alter B. Ray, Assistant
2 and pledging w&ill be held .the Dean Elsie R. Fuller, Prof. and
following day. . Harlan Bloomer, Prof. and
Mrs,. T-L 0. Crisler, Prof. and Mrs.
SCharles. N. Davis. Prof. and Mrs.
, i l-, A. Graham. Prof. John E.
Casbah cort sIr t an(I mdProf, Margaret E.
N. rr y.lli.Lucille B. Conger,
MstMrie Ha ,rtwig, Miss Ethel A.
.Fhe Campus ~r;Ca,,sh's gXil~d '- McCoricik. atnd Mr. and Mr s.
opening featuring Adele H7age r, WPiI 01 C. wtalz.
hillbilly songstres,, and sa of tlrio
1947 Soph Cabaret, and the mu- Teewl eameigo
sic of Fran Winre-Gar 's new nand. HThe il esartsmenagsor
will be held from. t p.mr. to mxid- ;Ihue pr:mngr.o
night Sa ,turdayv in t~m .eague th(.r re-tp esenitativesx at 5 P.M.
MissIfagr will ntA'ra s dii'- the ii¢1r o Clwth e r iehgi
an({f barel'foo fty~tle comdy, winch ig raisx ringptliiclub, programs
have led her to be knownG.C~ as thre nd the jrii~toiCUP.
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Change of Policy i
GARDEN Restaurant

the examination tnes1hey xwisli
to do so.
Office h1oLIrS for thiis week--
Mon., Tutes., Thurs., 1ri.- ,2 30-4,
p.m., 3028 Rackhain Bldg.,
Graduate Students: Beginning
with the current semester, sections
for graduate students only have
been arranged in French 12 and
German 12, By action of the Exec-
utive Board of the Graduate
School students who complete
either of these courses, or more
advanced special reading courses
in French or German, 'with a
grade of B or better, will be 're-
corded as having met the langVIuage
requirement for the doctorate in
the respective lan~guage. Ad -
vanced special reading courses at
present are: German 35, 36, 55,
56, 59, ,and 60. This ruling is not
retroactive.
Students may continue to satis-

!y t ii.' 1l r;guuge requlirem ent for
m Ys I ions s,- by Ithe kExamin ter in
fio krgn Il;anlitat; s for the Doctor-
ate, fir. H1irseh Kootkins. Ques-
tionls conce rning the language re-
quir inents should be referred to
Br.l Hootkins, 3028 Rackham
Concerts
Student Recital: Nina Goehring,
a student of violin under Gilbert
Ross, will be heard in a program
presented in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degree of
Master of Music at 8:30 p.m.
IThurs., Feb. 12, Rackham Assem-
bly Hall. Program: composi-
tions by Pergolesi, Bach and
Tschaikowsky and Andante con
moto, for violin and piano, writ-
ten by Miss. Goehring. The public
is invited.
(Ccntinuwad on Page 6)

Jacok4oni.

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w. uCan 6njo
Giard en Fare
A La Carte
9:3 AM o 5:000 P.M.I
We're chanlgii g jPolicy in Our College Shop Garden
Restaurant. No more price-fixed luncheons! Now
you can do your own choosing from mid-morning
breakfast, through luncheon to teatime.
Order the same delicious sandwiches and soda foun-
tain treats in the Garden as in the Snack Bar. Through
the noon hours . .. a hot plate luncheon will be fea-
tured in both places, as well as the popular Garden
salad bowl. And, of course, the tempting pastries
and breads. frorn our, own Garden Bakery are still

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