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TIIEFHICHIGAN TI y

PAGE FIVE

Frosh Weekend
Slated for fpril
Freshmen Women Will Vie for Honors;
SDances, Floorshows To Highlight Event

Wayne Coed Wed to Senior

Freshmen women will begin pre-
parations this month for their big
annual League activity, Frosh
Weekend.
Presented for the first time last
year, Frosh Weekend proved to be
a successful event and established
itself as a traditional extra-cur-
ricular activity on campus.
* * *
THE "WEEKEND" in which all
eligible freshmen coeds may par-
ticipate has a three-fold purpose:
It serves to unite freshmen, .it af-
fords them an opportunity to take
part in a presentation similar to
Soph Cab and JGP and it intro-
duces them to League activities.
The event will cover two
. nights filled with concentrated
competitive activity. A dance,
complete with floorshows, will be
presented April 29 and 30 and
will be open to the entire cam-
PUS.
Before specific work on the pro-
ject is undertaken, freshmen wo-
men will be divided into two teams
dubbed with the appropriate titles
of "Maize" and "Blue".
* * *
THE TWO FACTIONS will vie
for the first place honor of having
their name inscribed on a plaque
which decorates the walls of the
Undergraduate Office.
Judgment of the competing
teams will be made on the basis
of originality in campaigns and
publicity posters, originality of
tickets and programs and qual-
Skating Club
To Perform
Spectators at the hockey games
this weekend will see the Univer-
sity of Michigan Ice Skating Club
appearing for the first time this
year.
Performances will start at ap-
proximately 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
and Saturday night .before the 8
p.m. game with Michigan Tech.
The group will do a precision
number to "Television March" by
Morton Gould, consisting of pin-
wheels and marchlike skating in
clockwork timing.
Those participating include:
Carole Somer, manager of the
club, Johnney Inman, Nancy Berg-
dahl, Jill Thompson, Dick San-
ders, Len Holder, Gene Smoley
and Stuart Brown.
Next weekend Miss Somer will
skate a solo to the popular piece,
"Side by Side." She will apply
her own interpretation of the mu-
sic. Miss Somer said she believes
that this skating before an au-
dience will be a great help to club
members in preparing for their
part in Winter Carnival next year.
Men and women interested in
joining the club may still do so.
Practices are held from 1 to 3
p.m. on Mondays through Thurs-
days at the Coliseum.
Soft Touch
The "soft touch" has been in-
troduced into the new line of
spring suits soon to make their
appearance on the market. With
yokes being repeated at the bot-
tom of the jacket as well as at the
top, pockets are found in unex-
pected places such as a wide set
in cuff or built in skirt panel.

ity of decorations and floor-
shows.
Last spring the blue team came
out on top with the winning theme
"Deuces Wild". Programs repre-
sented a deck of cards and Jacks,
Queens and Kings covered the
walls of half the League Ballroom.
* * *
The other half of the room was
decorated by members of the
Maize team. To carry out their
theme, "Commotion " In The
Ocean," they transformed their
portion into an underwater play-
ground.
Both groups presented floor-
shows based on their themes.
WAA Board
Lists Petition
Requirements
Experience or ability in a sport
is not a requirement for anycoed
who wishes to petition fo'r a
sports club manager position on
the WAA Board.
Club organization, leadership
ability, and active WAA Board
participation as well as an under-
standing of the clubs' purposes,
will be major factors in selecting
women for positions. Skill and
club membership will also be
taken into consideration.
ANY ELIGIBLE sophomore, ju-
nior, or senior may petition for
two sports club manager positions
and one executive position or one
club manager and two executive
posts.
Petitions are due Mrch 13
in the League Undergraduate
Office. They may be obtained
at the League, Barbour Gymna-
sium and the Women's Athletic
Building.
Each club manager will be re-
sponsible for all organization and
administration of her sport, ex-
cluding instruction. Her duties
will include planning the sche-
dule of club practice and activi-
ties before the season with the ap-
proval of her faculty advisor.
* * *
SHE WILL ALSO attend all
weekly WAA Board meetings. and
present all business pertaining to
her club or sport.
If any coed believes that a
need exists for a club which is
not already organized she may
petition for it and present any
ideas and plans she has. If the
WAA Board feels that there will
be active response, such a club
will be organized.
Women may seek leadership of
the following sports clubs: ar-
chery, badminton, ballet, basket-
ball, bowling, camp counselors,
fencing, golf, field hockey, la-
crosse, Michifish, modern dance,
officials and coaches, outing,. rid-
ing, rifle, soccer, softball and ten-
nis.
* * *
THE ICE SKATING CLUB will
elect its own manager.
Prospective WAA Board mem-
bers may get help in writing
their petitions from the Presi-
den Vs reports in the League
Library and the WAA reports
and scrapbook, available in Of-
fice 15, Barbour Gymnasium.
If there are any additional
questions, petitioners may call
Betsy Bousfield or the present
sports club managers.

POPULAR PLACE:
Ticket Sales
Set atLeague
Bridge-Would be Culbertsons
and Blackwoods will have an op-
portunity to improve their skills
at bridge with the lessons which
will resume Tusday.
Beginners will meet at 7 p.m.
and advanced players at 8:30, p.m.
Tuesday at the League with Mrs.
Walter McLean. Mrs. McLean was
the instructor last year also.
Tickets for the series will be
available in the undergraduate of-
fice of the League, for all who wish
to attend.
Dancing - This semester's
League dancing class program will
be launched at 3:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, Mar. 9, in the League Ball-,
room when a dancing exhibition
will be presented to persons in-
terested in joining the classes.
Women who wish to serve as
hostesses during the eight-week
course may sign up after the ex-
hibition.
Men may purchase tickets for
the classes on Mar. 9 and 10 in
the League. The tickets will sell
for $4.00 for the eight lessons.
Beginning, intermediate and
advanced classes will begin March
13.
x 3
Assembly Ball-Representatives
of Senior Society will be selling
boutonnieres for Assembly Ball
from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 5
p.m. today in the undergraduate
office of the League.
Orders may also be placed
through representatives in the
dormitories. All orders must be
placed immediately.
The white carnations will be
distributed Friday night at the
annual Assembly Ball, "Kandy
Kingdom," to be presented from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Union.
JGP Stage Crew
Members of the stage crew
for JGP will meet at 4 p.m. to-
day in the Garden Room of the
League.
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