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T V, F FR RUUR Y 8 9

'LIEt. i i~~GA 1i1A1L1.

Registrcation for Sorority Rlushing'
To -)Be Held cit Lecague Tomorrow'

]eit ta i>;rlin fur all wle Whoi
plan to 1'I this seme:-ter will bet
held from f m o 10 p.m. to-
mnorroW' in i h <w l bAihooni.
Ihe[ reisra ifle ill be one
brang 1 1:i ci itl: Hw (MI, ofan
Student At is I1 1I itw 1w,, (,("11-
THE RLLES by whiieh eligibil- %

ity for rushinlg is determrrined are by adlviceeof Health Service or her
thlese: acdmcadvisor, but who has
A seconld semesterh'I'reslanali f( arned 25 or more honor points
who has completed 15 hiours Inuiay register for rushing if she
l lpresents her' grades and an excuse
with a C average or better, andI rllfahSevco"lc'a-
with no grade of "U" mnay fomutregeric o hrIc
i:Atcr for rushAing. Nto S<cwnl i jeii O\itr
1t;e1 lsh ii I ioii ~ i . i(Aet l14 houirsantd Jutnior women
ibli'. WI.ito completed 12 hours the se-
A, second secnester freshman fl(> c.ter previous to rushaiganid
who has taken less than 15 hor.; :nave an overall scholastic average
o f "C" or better are eligible. I
Tr'iansfer students who were
ti admitted to the Unive~rsity this
r a p 1alt andt have comnpleted 12
hours with a "C" average or
b ette r may register. A transfer{
k~l;tlvl( txt terillg the University
:il ipru*hiiai y of this year , with
F) not less than 12 hours of ad-
,r }> i 1 vneedcredits may register for
rushing pridI~ing she can ob-
1 ~tarn anl eligibility card in time.
Panhellenic Association will
I sponsor a compulsory mass meet-
ing for all rushees at 8 p.m. to-
morrow in Rackham Amphithe-
eer in atre. Rushing procedure will be
et de- explained by Christine Blair, rush-
COURSES ' ihg secretary of Panhellenic. Dean
OFFERED Alice Lloyd will speak and house
)Cs s ruhingchaimen illbe intro-,
ho redutc ed.
10 are Stenographic Rushees are requested to bring
Secretarial; their rushing booklet and a pencil.
rse as ExecutiveI Any questions wvhich have come
mnents. Secretarial up will be answered at the meet-
assis- junior ing.
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Bridge Fans
To Fan Hands
In Tournametnl~ltI
IElimination rounds for the Na-
tional Intercollegiate Bridge Tour-
nament will be held at. 7:38 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 9 and 16 in the
Mfichigan Union Ballroom.I
Tlie ieight: winners fron i1t, two
{ ess ions will he eIlgible to0 coulpetoe
in t he {ntercollegfi it o t'ryout's Reb.
24. They will then comnp ew in a;
naail mound withb thewcollege:sin:

'M'Dames
To Convene
At Rackhm
University of Michigan Dames
invite all prospective members to
attend their first general meeting
of the second ~emester, to be, heldi
at 8 p.m11_t od'- -inl thle A + el'nl\
Roomi of O ;L'fhuLitaiiar. Btl ing. :
Miss MarloIu Mag, a x1, L~tii ores
from Ypsdail xI, xv ill be gui.,,tC
speaker of thle evening'. She Wvill

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The wo ighet wnner intheand Juvenile fiction.
area will be sent to Chicago April
23 and 24 with all expenses paid. 'l'lt ACHIGAN D'IME'S is a
In Chicago the winners wil corn-
pete with other finalists through-I camnpus organization for w ives of
outl the c'o1]flfrx' students, internes, and student.

VETERANS' ACCOUNTS C/

-DENTISTRY
3A[Ti
APABLY HANDL-ED
'OKSTORE
Phone 1136r

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Opns Feb.9
Nights sforting Feb. 10

Q ,uuifiy lot an interesting cart
ca busirney offrice, in time to mee
pression co;ni.;c lit ioit
We are rcciving scovercil tim
many colts nas we cani fill. There v.
splend~id oppont unitecs for thone wi
wxe-rained for {}five vwort; aft
war.
You will a Ivoar c in your tour
rapidly a-, you complete assigflt
You will be centitled to the active
tance of cur Placement Departmei
just ai few wos, you Will earn morn
you hove ivse in y;-}ur 10mmni
Phone for free information.
VETERANS
Inquire about free training,
BUSiNESS COLLEGE

Any undergr1aduate student , i aesTh raizfi~fitn o
eligible to compete in the Union- to avitaesocvialtandedlwomen.
sponsored contest. The committeeadntgsfrteewm.
emphasizes. that students must Mlember; of tle Club may a, .t-
participate in the two qualifying tend the general meetings held
rounds to be eligible to enter the the second 'Tuesday of eachl
finals, month and any or- all of the
Elimination rounds will be held following interest group meet-
Feb. 9 and 16 in conjunction with ings, also held monthly: Bridge.
the duplicate bridge tournament Book, Child Study, Handicraft,
now being held through March 2 interior D~ectrating, Sewincg.
at the Union. Scores of these two Mutsic. l9 r::a, F ii'.iirt£
sessions will also coun~t for thoseE Clefl ('hit1).
people who are entered inl the Th1e Dames I a11u e an advisor" :
present tournamient, board made up of two faculty
Several of Detroit's bridge ex- members and eight wives ofi Uni-t
perts will be guests at the Feb. versity administrative officials andt
9 session. Among them will be faculty members. These women
Cliff Bishhop and. Mirs. Gracjc assist in furthering the social and
Brab, the outstanding mixed educational program of -the or-
doubles team in Michigan, and ganization and serve as sponsor s
Irvin Deuter, Michigan singles l of the interest, Pi'oliup i) eev
bridge champion, considered by p)assible,
many experts to be the greatest Thsoilroamfrtef
bride aalys inthe ounry. ture includes a dance to be held
After the session the experts. April 23. Plans are also being
will answer questions. A charge formulated for the annual spring;
of fifty cents will be made for this banquet which will take place in
session only. May.

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League
Notes

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Scenery Committee of
will meet at 5 p.m. today
Cave of the League.

J.G.P.
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offers you classes in

BePrepared
for that big
dote!t
Send yotir.shirts to cour
modern plant for Fi ugh.
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Central Committee of J.G.P.
will meet from 4 to G3 p.m. to-
morrow inltHe C Room, of the
Leaguet .
hIorfni itory Candy Booth man-
ager's will meet at 5 p.m. today
in the League. The room will be
posted on the League bulletin
board.
Mortar Board will meet at 5
p.m. today in the Cave of the
Leag;ue to make final plans for
the "Pay-Off" Dance.

WAA NOTES

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Merle Norman
COSMETICS
Sold and IDemnonstrated
Vogue Beauty Salon
300 South Thayer
Phone 8384

Team competition in the wom-
en's basketball tournament will
continue this week with the f ol-
lowing teams playing:
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.--Mosher
IT vs. Stevens Coop Z~, Jordan VII
vs. Alpha Delta Pi I; 8:15 p.m.
Hollis House vs. Stockwell VII,
Stockwell XIV vs. Chi Omega III;
8 p.m. Kappa Delta I vs. Chi
Omega I, Bar'bour I1 vs. 'Tnr Delta
IT.
Wednesday at 5:10 p),m.-Mark-
ley I vs. Gamma Phi Beta II, Zeta
Tatu Alpha I vs. Stockwell 1II,
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Jordan
V vs. Delta Zeta I, Alpha Phi II
vs. Chi Omega IV.
Athletic managers of sororities,
dlormitories and League I-louses
will meet with the W.A.A. Board
for a preview of the spring sea-
son at 5 p.m. tomorrow in thel
W.A.B.

The meeting' dates of sports
club which will organize or reor-,
ganize this spring semester willcj
be told and club managers whose
sport will come in season will give
short talks on their activity.
The house managers will also
meet the W.A.A. Board and in-
formally discuss plans for coopeir-
ation during the coming seasons.
An additional feature of this
, month's manager's meeting will
be refreshments.
Archery Club -Ani organization-
al meeting will be held at 5 pm.
Thursday in. the W.A.B.
At this m neeting xwomnen may
sign up for 1ihe all campus Wom-
enis' Archery Tournament to be
held from Feb. 7 to March 28.
Those unable to attend the meet-
ing can (call Beverly Hawes, 2-
5579.

SHORTHAND and TYPING

Before completing your next semester's schedule arrange a convenient lime
for your typing and shorthand classes offered during the day or evenings.
For full particulars call in person or phone the
ANN ARBOR BUSINESS SCHOOL
330 NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 2-0330

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