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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1948. 7TVE~T1~ ~NA~iTTTf"i A '~~'T W~ A TY 'U?

Panhel Petitions


League, Union To Sponsor 'Activities Day';
Campus Organizations To Be Represented
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This Week


Petitioning for positions on the
Executive Board of Panhellenic
Association has been scheduled
for the coming week, according
to Mary Stierer, president of Pan-
The positions which are open
include first vice-president, as-
sistant secretary and assistant
League Petitioning
Petitions for the following
League positions are due Mon-
day: Chairman of Drives Com-
mittee of the League Council,
composer, lyric writer and ar-
ranger for JGP, and a junior
assistant to the publicity chair-
man of the League.

rushing secretary. The first posi-
tion is open to seniors only and
the remaining two offices will be
filled by junior women.
Any affiliated woman may in-
terview for a place on the com-
mittee in charge of student-fac-
ulty teas which are given with As-
sembly Association each year. Pe-
titions are not necessary in apply-
ing for these positions.
Interviews will be held from 3
to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday of this week in the
Garden Room of the League.
Coeds may sign up for inter-
views in the Undergraduate Office
of the League. Women should
bring their eligibility cards at the
time of their interview, according
to Miss Stierer.


Field Hockey Club-The Ann
Arbor Hockey Club, recently re-
organized, is seeking new talent.
The group will meet Sunday
mornings from 9:30 to 10:45 at
the Women's Athletic Building. No
experience is necessary to join.
All interested graduate women
students are invited to play with
the club starting today. Equip-
ment will be furnished.
* * *..
Assembly-Union Social Commit-
tee-All league house women in-
terested in working on the central
committee of the Assembly-Union
Social Committee dances should
signrup for interviews in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Positions to be filled are those
of general chairman, coke chair-
man, hostess chairman and pub-
licity chairman.
Petitions are not necessary. In-
terviewing will be held from 3 to 5
p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of this week in the Assem-
bly office in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
* * *
Student-Faculty Teas - Posi-
tions on the central committee in
charge of student-faculty teas are
now open to all independent wom-
Offices open are those of gen-
eral chairman, coke and music
chairman, hostess chairman and
invitations chairman. Petitions are
not required and interviews will be
held from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of this week
in the Assembly office of the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
The teas will be held each week
in the League under the spon-
sorship of Panhellenic and Assem-
* * *
Dormitory, League House Pres-
idents' Meeting-There will be im-
portant meetings of dormitory and
league house presidents at 5 p.m.
Dormitory presidents will meet
in the Assembly office in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League
and league house presidents will
meet in the ABC Room of the
Representatives are asked to
bring eligibility cards.

Open House - An open house
will be held tonight from 7:30 to
10:30 p.m. in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League. Ping pong,
cards and juke box music will be
provided for entertainment.
* * *
Camp Counselors Club-An or-
ganizational meeting of the Camp
Counselors Club will take place at
5 p.m. tomorrow in the WAB
The club is organized to discuss
and carry out all phases of camp
life and is open to girls who have
been camp counselors and those
who would like to do that type of
This year the club plans to aid
new girls in becoming camp coun-
selors with instruction and advice,
according to Carol Tuer, club
* * *
Volleyball - There will be a
meeting of all women interested in
being volleyball timers and scor-
ers at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Pos-
ture Room at Barbour Gym. Par-
ticipation points will be given for
this activity.
* * *
Soph Cabaret Tryouts-Atten-
tion, all sophomore talent! Try-
outs for the floorshow of Soph
Cabaret are being held Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday in the
Coeds who wish to tryout for
dancing are requested to wear
shorts. All tryouts should bring
eligibility cards.
Assembly Award-All indepen-
dent women not living in dormi-
tories who have a scholastic av-
erage exceeding 3.5 are asked to
give such information to Assembly
before Tuesday.
Coeds in this category should
leave their names and point aver-
ages at the Undergraduate Office
of the League in the box of As-
sembly president, Arlette Har-
The information will be used in
determining an individual award
which will be presented at the an-
nual Assembly Fortnite program
October 6.

All campus organizations are in-
Aited to participate in the "Activ-
.ties Day" exhibit to be sponsored
'y the League and Union Wednes-
lay and Thursday in the second
floor concourse of the League.
The purpose of the exhibit is
to educate the students concern-
ing campus clubs, honor societies
and all non-professional organi-
zations. The projects will be
grouped according to the type of,
Lois Steere and Jack Kruse
are heading the committee. Miss
Steere will be in the Undergrad-

uate Office of the League from
2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday to answer
questions, assign space, and ex-
plain the project.
Exhibits can include posters,
scale models or representations of
any kind which will indicate the
activities or aims of the group
participating. Representatives of
the participating groups are in-'
vited to be present to answer ques-
Among the projects will be a
sailboat display by the sailing
club. The 'Ensian and Daily will

show briefly through explana-
tions and examples how their
publications go to press.
This will be the first large scale
exhibit of its kind on the Mich-
igan campus. It is hoped that the
display will begin a new tradition
which will help orient students
with the various campus activities.
A scarf, a brilliant shoulder bag
or a belt matched to shoes can
make one costume do the work of
many. Scarlet accessories are
tops this fall to trim up basic grey
or black dresses.

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Dance Classes
Need Hostesses
A meeting for women inter-
ested in acting as hostesses for
League Dance Classes beginning
October 4 and continuing through
November 23 will be held at 5
p.m. Tuesday in the League Ball-
The class for beginners will be
held from 7 to 8 p.m. Mondays.
The intermediate class will meet
from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and
the advanced class from 8:30 to
9:30 p.m. Tuesdays.
Men interested in attending
League dance classes are requested
to register from 3 to 5 p.m. Thurs-
day and Friday, on the second
floor of the League.

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