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inaepenaents
Will Fill Top
Board Offices
Petitions are due at 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday, April 13, for all positions
on the Assembly Executive Board.
Next fall the duties of second
vice-president of Assembly and
treasurer will be combined under
the office of treasurer.
Assembly Association secretary
has charge of all expenditures and
revenues and is responsible for
compiling all budgets submitted to
her by members of the Executive
Board. These budgets have to be
approved by the Social Director of
the League.
* * *
SHE ALSO takes the minutes of
all meetings of the Dormitory
Presidents' Council and in the ab-
sence of the secretary, takes min-
utes of the Executive Board meet-
ings.
The treasurer may be a junior
or senior and must know how to
type, according to Arlette Har-
bour, present president of As-
sembly.
The personnel chairman of As-
sembly Association must be a jun-
ior or senior and her duties con-
sist of devising ways and means of
stimulating interest among inde-
pendent women in extra curricular
activities.
* * *
ACTING AS chairman at regu-
lar meetings of all dormitory and
league house activities chairmen
and being in charge of Assembly
personnel sheets, are also duties of
this office.
The personnel chairman
takes care of all materials and
infomation pertaining to peti-
tioning and interviewing and is
in charge of Frosh Weekend,
which is sponsored in coopera-
tion with Panhellenic Associa-
tion.
The social chairman of Assem-
bly Board plans for all social func-
tions of Assembly and is in charge
of Sunday night League open
houses.
THIS OFFICE holder also takes
care of arrangements for student-
faculty hours, sponsored with Pan-
hellenic and is in charge of fresh-
men tea. She must be a junior or
senior.
The project chairman, also a
Junior or Senior position, is to
submit all plans and reports per-
taining to the University Fresh
Air Camp and is in charge of
all activities relating to WSSF
and other campus projects or
drives in which the Assembly
Association participates.
As chairman of the Displaced
Student Committee, she is in
charge of all affairs relating to
Assembly's Displaced Student.
Weddings &
Engagements
Woh I-Lewy
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohl of
Miami, Florida, have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Florence Kathryn, to Mr. James
K. Lewy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard B. Lewy, of Chicago.
Mrs. Lewy was graduated last
June from the education school.
Mr. Lewy was graduated last
semester from the college of engi-

neering. He is a member of Zeta
Beta Tau.
Smith-Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Smith
of Tucson, Ariz., have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Phyllis M. to Robert E. Mann, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin O. Mann of
Detroit.
Miss Smith is a senior in the
literary college and is a member
of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha
Lambda Delta.I
Her fiance is a junior in the en-
gineering college and is affiliated
With Phi Kappa Tau.

FOR WOMEN ONLY etitioning for Senior
BBcrbour ocholarships Inspired To Reopen After Sprir
RxT. f t r ยข' rrn 'r O rB Present juniors will have an- positions
other chance at coveted senior po- -

Daily-Tyson
TOURNAMENT WINNERS-Jeri Mulson (left) winner, and Vir-
ginia Becker, runner-up, in the recent WAA sponsored Badminton
Tournament stand with racquets crossed before the winners'
board of the WAB.
Coeds To Seek Rushing Post

Rushing chairman of Panhel-
lenic Association plans, organizes
and carries out the annual system
of sorority rushing.
Eligible juniors will write peti-
tions for this office and turn them
in at the Undergraduate Office of
the League by April 18.
The position covers a multitude
of tasks and involves long hours
of work according to Christine
Blair, present rushing chairman.
"But," she quickly added to her
statement, "the enjoyment and ex-
7erience that the position offers
makes it well worth all the work."
- * * *
MISS CLAIR believes that the
main qualification for the rushing
chairmanship is a desire to help

both houses and rushees and to
constantly improve the rushing
system.
"If a chairman petitioned for
the job in order to earn activity
points or for the privilege of
Panhellenic Board membership,
she would become discouraged
before she began," commented
the rushing director.
* * *
WHEN SPRING rushing be-
gins, she acts as counsellor to puz-,
zled rushees and races against
time to meet deadlines for the re-
turn of invitations and bids. Miss
Blair names the handling of rush-
ing infractions as one of the chair-
man's unpleasant duties.

Every March, the Barbour
Scholarship Committee awards
scholarships to women from the
)rient to increase their educa-
tional opportunities.
Levi L. Barbour, sponsor of
Barbour Gym and Betsy Barbour,
established the fund in 1914 after
3 trip through the Orient and an
>bservation of the low status of
,vomen there. It has since become
ane of the prominent factors in
making this university so well
known among Orientals.
* * *
THE COMMITTEE takes into
consideration the character of the
candidate, her physical condition,
scholastic attainment and marked
ability in some special field. Pref-
erence is given to graduates of
Oriental colleges.
A woman's fitness for Univer-
sity work, including the ability
to use the English language for
study and classroom purposes,
and her desire to return to her
Trained people needed now.
Excellent salaries. Opportuni-
ties for advancement.
SECRETARIES
STENOGRAPHERS
BOOKKEEPERS
ACCOUNTANTS
OFFICE MACHINE
OPERATORS
JUNIOR EXECUTIVES
You can qualify quickly at
Hamilton. All practical busi-
ness subjects. Individual pro-
gress. Expertinstructors. Latest
equipment. Day and evening
classes.
Enter anytime.
Write, phone, or call for
free bulletin.
Approved for training Veterans.
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
William at State 7831

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