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I Petitioning Opens
For WRfi Jobs
Eligible Coeds May Apply for Positions
On Executive Board Governing Athletics
Thirteen WAA executive board
positions will be petitioned for dur-
ing the next two weeks by coeds
who are interested in being mem-
bers of the governing council for
all women's campus athletic ac-
As president of WAA this year,
Betsy Bousfield works closely with
Miss Marie Hartwig, WAA facul-
ty advisor, in order to provide in-
struction in the various sports and
to maintain a high level of ath-
letic participation. Her job as
president also requires that she be
acquainted with each member's
duties in order to help them plan
their work for the year.
THE PRESIDENT acts as Mis-
tress of Lantern Night, an ex-of-
ficio member of all committees of
Michigras, and other projects
sponsored by WAA. She is also a
member of the League Council.
Last year WAA turned its
vice-presidency job into a dual
position. Jan Olivier who is vice-
president in charge of projects,
takes over WAA meetings when
the president is absent. Her of-
ficial duties include acting as
chairman of all WAA social ac-
tivities and planning Michigras
and Tennis Ball in conjunction
with the Union.
Vice-president in charge of stu-
dent relations is Ruth Ann Han-
sen's official title this year. Miss
Hansen meets with the house ath-
letic managers and presides over
them as well as the dormitory,
sorority and league house mana-
gers. She is chairman of all intra-
mural tournaments and the Fresh-
men Orientation Week program.
AS SECRETARY of WAA, Mar-
garet MacDougall attends all
weekly board meetings, and keeps
the official minutes and attend-
ance records. She handles all cor-
respondence carried on by the As-
sociation, takes charge of all pro-
perties and at the end of her term
collects reports from all board
members concerning their office.
The in-coming treasurer of
WAA will keep an eye on every
penny that comes into or leaves
the Association's treasury. Car-
of Tuer, who holds this position
now, must approve all expendi-
tures on parties, publicity, pic-
tures, and many projects that
come up during the year.
Co-recreational board chairman
is a new position created by WAA
this year. Her activities will in-
elude co-ordinating the co-recrea-
tional clubs in existence, such as
badminton and folk and square
dancing, which will form a sep-
arate board. The co-recreational
chairman will inform the WAA
board as to the progress and ac-
tivities of the clubs.
KEEPING A record of all coeds
on campus who are earning parti-
cipation points for their houses is
the big job of the participation
manager. Priscilla Ball who holds
the position this year must also
assume the responsibility of in-
creasing interest when participa-
tion is lagging in any house.
A.F.C.W. representative is a
position of little fame but much
importance on the WAA board.
A.F.C.W. stands for the Ameri-
can Federation of College Wo-
men which has reporters in most
all college athletic associations
throughout the country.
Janet Dewey's job as representa-
tive involves acquainting the board
periodically with the publications
and proceedings of the A.P.C.W.
She contributes articles and in-
formation about the University of
Michigan's WAA and also keeps
the WAA scrapbook.
PUBLIC RELATIONS Chairman
is a new title created for the WAA
publicity position and is held this
year by Judy Johannsen. Miss Jo-
hannsen has charge of all posters
and publicity that advertise WAA
activities, tournaments, parties
B a r b a r a Molyneaux has
charge of Daily publicity this
year and writes articles about
club organization and WAA pro-
jects. In choosing the Daily pub-
licity position it will be taken
into consideration whether or
not the petitioner is a member
of the Daily staff.
The dormitory, sorority and Lea-
gue House manager posts are held
this year by Eleanor Doersam, Vi-
vian Frazier and Phyllis Seput.
Each position includes being in
charge of one major tournament,
either volleyball, basketball or
softball as well as managing af-
fairs between students in the di-
vision and the WAA board.
Petitions for these positions as
well as sports club managers are
due March 13 in the League Un-
dergraduate Office. Petitioners
will also sign for interviewing
when they hand in their petitions.
BETROTHED-Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. King of Detroit have an-
nounced the engagement of their daughter, Mary Patricia, to
Chester Pearson of Grand Rapids. Miss King is a graduate of the
School of Music and is a member of Kappa Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon,
Pi Kappa Lambda and Scroll. Mr. Pearson, a graduate of the lit-
erary college, received his masters degree from the School of Edu-
cation last semester. They are planning a wedding in May.
Freshmen Honorary Society
Reveals Eligible Members
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Investigations and Chemical Bind-
School of Education Testing
Program. All students who are
planning to get a teacher's cer-
tificate and who have not already
attended the testing program of
the School of Education, are ex-
pected to report to Hill Auditor-
ium at 4:30 p.m., Wed., Mar. 1 for
the first testing session, and at 7
p.m. for the second testing ses-
sion. Candidates will be expected
to attend both sessions.
Student Recital: Florence Laz-
arski, oboist, will present a recital
at 8:30 p.m., Wed., Mar. 1, Rack-'
ham Assembly Hall, in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for
the degree of Master of Music.
Miss Lazarski will be assistedsby
Nancy Lewis, harpsichord and pi-
ano, Eugene Mengel, violin, David
Ireland, viola, and Jerome Jelinek,
violincello. Compositions by Bach,
David Stanley Smith, and Benja-
min Britten. Open to the public.
Student Recital: Norma Heyde,
soprano, will be heard in a recital
which is in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degree
of Master of Music, 8:30 p.m.,
Thurs., Mar. 2, Rackham Assembly
Hall. A pupil of Arthur Hackett,
Mrs. Heyde will be assisted in her
program by Lennis BrittonSwift,
pianist, and an orchestra of violon-
celli. Compositions by Handel,
Mozart, Marx, Villa-Lobos, and
several French composers. Open
to the public.
Westminster Guild: Tea 'n Talk,
4-5 p.m., Lenten Vespers.
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Bible study, 7:30 p.m., Upper
Room, Lane Hall. Topic: Lessons
four and five in the booklet
Baptist Students: "Chat," 4:30-
6 p.m., Guild House.
Wesley Foundation: 4-5:30 p.m.,
Do-Drop-In, Lounge; 6 p.m., Pot-
luck Supper; 7:15 p.m., Bible
Study Group; 8:30 p.m., Open
Cabinet Meeting; 10 p.m., Sigma
Theta Epsilon, Lounge.
Newman Club, Drama Group:
8:30 p.m., Chapel office, Bring
copy of "Othello." Plans for se-
mester will be discussed.
Canterbury Club : 5:15 - 5:45
p.m., Evening Prayer and Medita-
tion; 7:30-10 p.m., Rev. and Mrs.-
Burt are at home to all students.
Congregational Disciple Evangeli-
cal and Reformed Guild : Supper
discussion, 5:30 p.m., Guild House.
For reservations phone 5838.
Student Legislature Meeting:
7:30 p.m., 3rd Floor, Union. Agen-
da may be obtained in Student
Legislature Office, Administration
University Marketing Club: Spe-
cial meeting, 7:30 p.m., 130 Busi-
ness Administration Bldg. Speak-
er: Mr. Everett R. Smith, presi-
dent, American Marketing Associ-
Lecture, Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
Prof. W. H. Hobbs, geology de-
partment. "A 14th Century Discov-
ery of North America." 12:15 p.m.,
Rm. 2054 Natural Science,
Michigan Arts Chorale: Meet-
ing, 7 p.m., Rm. B, Haven Hall.
Concert, Mar. 14.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society:
Production meeting. All commit-
tee heads and crews. 7:30 p.m.,
Garden Room, League.
Ullr Ski Club: Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Rm. 3K, Union. Movies. Roll call
will be taken.
Industrial Relations Club: Meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 3-R, Union.
Anthropology Club: Meeting,
7:30 p.m., 3024 Museums Bldg. En-
trance by the rear door. Illustrat-
ed lecture on the Anasazi and Mo-
gollon areas in Southwestern Pre-
history by Mr. Stephen Williams.
English Journal Club: 8 p.m.,
East Conference Room, Rackham
Bldg. Subject: Myth and Litera-
ture. "Poetry and Myth," by Alan
Markman: "Faulkner's Absalom,"
"Absalom! and Myth" by Edgar
Women of the University Fac-
ulty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., fourth floor
Staff members of women's resi-
dences, sororities and League
houses. Meeting of the Residence
Staff Institute, 10 a.m., League.
Speaker: Dr. Ronald Lippitt,
Program Director, Research Cent-
er for Group Dynamics. "The Con-
U. of m.
and Folk Dance Club:
p.m., Women's Athletic
Dance Club: Meeting,
Dance Studio, Barbour
Rifle Club: Practice, 7-
ROTC rifle range.
Delta Sigma Pi: Meeting, 7:30
p.m., Chapter House. Ush
C.oming Events Mar."
U. of M. Sailing Club: Shore 5 to 6
School, 7:30 p.m., Thurs., Mar. 2,
311 W. Engineering. Prog
Student Science Society: Meet- Speech
ing, 7:30. p.m., Thurs., Mar. 2, ville,"
1300 Chemistry Bldg. Speaker: Byron
Dr. W. R. Vaughan, "A New An- see W
ti-malarial Drug." antes,
Political Science Round Table: Thurs
7:30 p.m., Thurs., Mar. 2, Rack- Mendi
ham Amphitheatre. availa
Graduate Student Council: Meet- vation
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flicting Demands in the Role of ing, 7:30 p.m., Thurs.,
Resident Staff Members."I Rackham Bldg.
Thirty-eight freshmen women
havembeenrannounced as eligible
for membership in Alpha Lambda
Delta, honorary society for fresh-
These coeds have maintained a
3.5 scholastic average during their
freshman year and have carried
an average of 15 semester hours.
Women from any school and col-
lege are included.
THE FOLLOWING coeds are
eligible for membership: Sondra
Auerbac, Nancy Baehre, Delores
Blackhurst, Lois Chlopan, Judith
Clancy, Sally Colberg, Joan Dav-
enport, Sondra Diamond,
Final preparations are being
made by the Assembly Ball com-
mittees for the dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.
A few tickets for the dance
which have not yet been purchas-
ed will be on all-campus sale to-
day and tomorrow at the League.
Assembly Ball Central Commit-
tee will hold a meeting at 5 p.m.
today in the League. The room
number will be posted.
The committee in charge of de-
corations will meet at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow and at 1 p.m. Friday in
the Union Ballroom. All women
working on Assembly Ball have
been asked to help decorate the
Union anytime Friday afternoon.
Ellis, Nancy Fairman, Grace Fink,
Clara Fischer, Marcia Goldfarb,
Nancy Greider, Alice Harper, Jean
B. Jones, Mary Jorstad, Nancy
Karasik, Kathleen Keely, Anita
Keller, Jeanne L. Kress, Iris Leja,
Also included in the list are:
Jeanette Marczi, Jeanne Matz,
Louise Morgan, Doris Oliver,
Jennie Parker, Barbara Bass-
weiler, Frances Reitz, Claire Ro-
senkoff, Mary Seavoy, Beth Smi-
lausdy, Norma Stecker, Lillian
Teegarden, Marion W e 1 d e n,
Joyce Winter and Joyce Wool-
These coeds registered as fresh-
men for the first time in Sep-
tember 1948, February 1949, or
FRESHMEN WOMEN who think
that they are eligible and whose
names are not included in the
above list may call Martha Tom-
kins at 300 Mosher or come to a
table in the lobby of the League
between 2 and 4:30 p.m. March
Initiation for the f'reshmen will
be held later in the spring.
Contrary to the WAA blue
and yellow pamphlet, the Bowl-
ing Club will not reorganize at
5 p.m. today. The date has not
yet been set. For further in-
formation, contact Betsy Stan-
ton, club manager, 23203.
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