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March 01, 1949 - Image 5

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'I;[I 949


Petitioning Will Begin Soon
For Soph Cabaret Positions

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Grcat est iIterest wIen the
present freslimen go in to inter-
view will be centered around the
bophomore Cabaret alnd its com-
nirtee mmcbers.
Dating hack for years as a clasz
projcut, Sophomore Cabaret not
only provid 'S two() nights ofr
To Provide
informal Air
Cooperating with Assembly in
taking an excess of dancers away
from "A-Hop," Wyvern will fill
the same evening with the "Over-
flow Dance" to be held from 9
p.m. to midnight Friday in the
League Ballroom.
In contrast to "A-Hop" this
year, which is a Formal Dance,
the "Overflow Dance" will be in-
formal with music transcribed
from the radio on to a wire re-
corder to be played for the dance.
Other featurcs peculiar to
"Overflow" is that the dance is
open to stags as well as couples,
and refreshments and entertain-
ment will be provided in the form
of cokes and bridl ;, tables setr up
for those who care to relax or;
are just plain bored. Intermissiont
entertainment will also fit into
the evening.
Sponsored by the junior wom-
en's honorary society, Wyvern, the
dance is given not only to enter-
tain dancers and cooperate with
Assembly, but also to raise'profits
for the Wyvern benefit fund.
Tickets for the affair, priced at
.90 per couple and .50 per stag,
will be on sale at the door only.-
Heading the committee of Wy-f
vern members working on the1
(lance is Boots Kallma n who isc
drives chairman of the honorary.I
Jo Bell, Sidney Steek and RuthI
Campbell will also work with heri
as committee heads. '

amuseiment on the second floor of
-he League for those who attend,
ut also a wealth of experience
rnd good times for those who pre-
,ent it.
With petitions for sophomore
positions due Friday, March 11
and interviewing from Monday,
March 14 to Friday, March 25,
freshmen women can begin to
pink of the top Soph Cib posts.
THE CENTRAL committee in-'
eludes the chairman, assistant
:hairman, secretary, treasurer,
:ecorations chairman, hostess#
chairman and music chairman.
Others are the programs, publicity,
refreshments, special booths and
tickets chairmen as well as assis-
tants of the above.
The floorshow group of cen-
Oral committeemen is divided
into director, assistant director,
music chairman, makeup chair-
man, stage chairman, script
chairman, ushering chairman
and assistants.
General duties of the chairman
include the organization of her
committee, coordinating and di-
recting it and acting as a report-
ing member of League Council.
and contacting the band as well
as being in charge of the annual
central committee banquet are all
duties of the assistant chairman.
Anyone interviewing for these
positions should have a good
idea of the whole soph-omore
cabaret with'a general theme to
submit, according to Mary Caro-
line Wright, chairman of the
interviewing committee.
Women interested in petitioning
for those positions will find help-
ful information in the League
president's reports, the outlines of
duties on the bulletin board of the
League Undergraduate Office and
by contacting last year's Sopho-
more Cabaret Chairman, ethel
Morris, 2-2591.

Class Offered
By Red Cross
The Water Safety Instructor's
course to be given by the Red
Cross in April has been called an
"almost imperative prerequisite
for anyone wnt ing a sunmer
waterfron' job" y Fritzie Gareis
of the physical edueation depart-
The course will be given April
18-29 in the Intramural Pool by
a professional Red Cross instruc-
MISS GAREIS said that the
course is open to men and women
meeting the requirement that they
be 18 years old and hold a Sen-
ior Life Saving Certificate. Stu-
dents may enroll at Office 15,
Barbour Gymnasium.
Last year 136 students were
enrolled in a similar class and
110 received Water Safety In-
structor's Certificates. "There is
a big demand for summer camp
counselors and waterfront di-
rectors who hold these certifi-
cates," Miss Gareis said.
The class will be divided into
two groups each meeting five
times for three hour periods. They
will be taught on a co-educational,
basis, said Miss Gareis.
strokes and life saving tech-
niques," she said, "there will bel
instruction in methods of teach-
ing others."I
Miss Gareis, said that the' Sen-
ior Life Saving Certificate re-
quirement was especially a
hardship for women students
because, as they have no ade-
quate pool, no life saving
courses are available for them.
The physical education depart-
ment does, however, offer courses
in which men may obtain the re-
quired certificate.
Junior Women
Find RewardI


Weddings &
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S'NO MAN-IT'S A GIANT-Little Cheryl Armitage of Kalama-
zoo gazes in awe at the 13-foot snow man which towers over the
backyard of her home. The totem pole-like figure is the work
of James Armitage, 21, a student at Western Michigan College.
He built the giant with the aid of ladders and nearly all the
snow that fell in the yard that day.

Patton-Dil ingham
In a i rem110ony in Klise Memo
rial Chafp) I. Mis Naicy Patton
dxaugher of Mr. and Mrs. W
dell L.. Plat tonl, of Grand Rapids
became the bi e of Thomas C
jDillhimhainu. Mr1Dilighami is t h
son of Mrs. Pauline fDiliiglsn,
also of Grand Rapids.
Mrs. Dillingham was graduated
in the February Class of '49 from
School of Music and was affiliated
with Delta Gamma. Mr. Dilling-
ham was graduated in Feb. from
the School of Engineering.
Urban-Ba rthe l
Dr. and Mrs. W. 0. Urban. 01
Wilmette, Illinois, have announced
the engagement of their daughter.
Barbara Lee. to John P. Barthell.
Miss Urban was graduated
from Evanston Community Col-
lege in Evanston.
Mr. Barthell is a sophomore in
the School of Engineering.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Draper
of Huntington Woods have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Jo Anne, to Charles B.
Cartwright, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Cartwright, of Metamora,
Miss Draper is a junior in the
School of Education,
Mr. Cartwright is in Dental
Barrows-Al I ison
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Barrows of
Monroe, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Pa-
tricia Ann, to John A. Allison, son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Allison of Detroit.
Miss Barrows is a senior in the
literary college and a member of
Theta Sigma Phi.
Mr. Allison is a senior in the lit-
erary college and is affiliated with
Alpha Kappa Psi.
Plans are being made for a. Sep-
tember wedding.
Dames' Book,
Craft Groups
Plan Meetings
Michigan Dames Handicraft
Group will meet at 8 p.m. today at
the home of Mrs. Charles Madden,
915 E. Huron Street.
Assisting Mrs. Madden as host-
esses will be Mrs. John Carow and
Mrs. Warren Pritchard. Trans-
portation problems will be han-
dled by Mrs. Roger Secrest, 2-3810.
The Dames Book Group will
hold its monthly meeting at 8
p.m. tomorrow at the home of
Mrs. James Peters, 520 E. William
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Mrs. George Sawyer from
the League of Women Voters.
Mrs. Sawyer will give a talk on the
topic, "Council Manager Govern-
Hostesses at the Book Group
meeting will be Mrs. Louis Del-
ling and Mrs. Jack Lambert. Mrs.
James Edman, chairman of the
group may be called for trans-
portation, 2-6755.

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JGP Speaking parts will rehearse$
from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight in the
ABC Room.
Chorus members will practice as

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and women tutors for a large
number of subjects taught on
campus this semester.
Tutors receive 75 cents per hour
for instructing other students.

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n HonorSociety

4 to 5 p.m. Group
Garden Room.

VII in the

Scholarship, leadership and ac-
tivities are the common bonds of
members of Wyvern, local junior
women's honorary society, as well
as the purpose of the organization.
Sophomore women are elected'
to the society in the spring of!
their sophomore year and are ac-
tive for one year, their junior
year. Membership this year in-
cludes 17 juniors.
Tapping is done with the tradi-
tional tapping song, "Damn.
Damn. Damn" and members
dressed in brown skirts and yel-

5 to 6 p.m. Group VI in the Hus- Anyone interested, who has at
sey Room. least a B average in the subject
5 to 6 p.m. Group III in the which he wishes to tutor, should
Garden Room. leave his name in Virginia Nick-
las' box in the Undergraduate Of-
Dancers will rehearse from 4 to flee of the League.
6 p.m. in the Rehearsal Room and'
from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Cave. In addition to tutors, people are
Make-up Committee will meet also needed to work on the Merit-
fromh 5 to p.m,. in the Cave. Tutorial Committee. Tis coni-
Members are to wear old clothes, mittee takes care of the fliie, atd
according to Nancy Williams, personnel work involved iii the-
chairman. Any junior who is in- tutoring syst em.
terested in working on this coni
mittee may attend this meeting.
Publicity committee members A . elp



low sweaters, the
vein colors.
Activities of M
include attempts
versity with y
Among the societ
year was aid giv
the student exp
which members]
posters. The "C
to be given this Fj
ond project of th
Members are n
the prospects ofg
Chimes, a junior
headquarters at P

traditional Wy-
Nyvern members
to aid the Uni-
yearly projects.
ty's projects this


mty "York on posters at any time
in Suites 1 and 2. Members are to
work at least 4 hours a week to get
activity credits, according to the
chairman, Katherine MacPherson.

en in publicizing Central Committees-The fol-
ert program for lowing Central Committee per-
helped to make sonnel reports should be turned in
)verflow Dance," to the Merit Tutorial Office as
'riday, is the see- soon as possible : J-Hop, Pan Hel-
iyear. lenic Recognition Night, Winter
tow investigating Carnival and Soph Cabaret re-
going national in ports.
r honorary with rW.A.A. club participation rec-
'ennsylvania Col- ords, consisting of the names of
those who have attended enough
W.A.A. meeting to acquire points,
should also be turned in.

interested in working on the
Merit-Tutorial Committee will be
held at 5 p.n. today in the Ieague.
The League bulletin board can bel
censulted for the room.
Orientation Leaders - All Feb-
ruary orientation group leaders'
should contact members of their,
orientation groups about the
Ruthven Tea to be held on Wed-
nesday. Leaders are asked to ac-
company their groups to the tea.
Bowling Club- The Tuesday]
group of the club will meet from
3:30 until 5:30 p.m. today in the
bowling alleys of WAB. Members1
are requested to bring $3.50 for,
dues and to wear bowling or tennisI

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Senior Society will sell bouton-;
niere tickets for "Assembly
Reigns" from 3 to 5 p.m. today
and tomorrow in the League lobby
and through representatives in the
Panhellenic Association will
hold the first meeting of the
spring semester at 5 p.m. today.
The Minnesota system of coun-
seling to rushees will be discussed.
The Merit-Tutorial Office has
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