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League Council Interviews
Aspiring Male Candidate

A thoroughly confused League
interviewing council met and in-
terviewed determined Mark Sand-
ground before Easter vacation for
his proposed position of "male ad-
visor to the League."
Mr. Sandground, operating un-
der the motto of "A Man To Advise
Will Help The League To Arise,"
submitted his petition after many
hours of research amidst volumes
of the Presidents' Reports and
League Lowdowns, according to
harassed officials who answered
his numerous perplexing questions.
ground stated: "I believe that
there should be a man in advisory
capacity at the League for the
following reasons: 1. To bring a
realistic trend to flighty women.
2. To bring some of the fine tra-
ditions of the Michigan Union to
the League. 3. To plan dances that
will be more satisfactory to the
men on this campus, sincewe have
a three-fourths majority in stu-
dent population."
Mr. Sandground continued, "I
have many other plans which
I will be glad to enumerate in
an open debate at the conveni-
ence of the League."
Included in his petition was a
report from this enterprising
sophomore's personal analyst. The
;report assured League officials
that Mr. Sandground is free from
nicotine, alcohol, plagerism, meta-
bolism, introjection, identification,
impatience, precession, and sub-
* * *
THE ANALYST (whom League
interviewers strongly suspect of
bearing quite a bit of resemblance
to the person in question) recom-
mends Mr. Sandground for any
position which requires no evi-
dence of imagination, competence,
ability or common sense.
Soon after receiving this
amazing petition, the interview-
ing committee had delivered to
them a telegram containing Mr.
Sandground's motto. Delivered
in the mail the same day was
a post card from two coeds vig-
orously supporting Mr. Sand-
ground's cause.
When the time arrived for an
interview, Mr. Sandground strode
into the room accompanied by
his campaign manager. As both
of them smoked sufficating cigars,
they recited together a poem
entitled "Search for Efficient
At the conclusion of his inter-
view both the interviewee and his
campaign manager promised to

-appear at Recognition Night with
a marching band which will par-
ade around the hall twice and give
a fanfare for the up-and-coming
League advisor.
Institute Offers
Varied Classes"
The Leaders' Training Institute
will begin today at the Ann Arbor
High School.
The Institute will be divided
into six groups which will have
five meetings each.
One group is a class in social
recreation which includes folk
dancing and party games.
Another class closely related to
the social recreation group is one
in square-dance calling. The tech-
nique of calling will be taught and
instruction in square and country
dancing will be given.
Members of the handicraft class
will work with clay and study the
art of basketmaking and ceramics.
The program includes a class
in dramatics. This group will
learn about the art of puppetry.
The out-of-doors groups will
appeal to the nature lovers. This
class will include hikes, cookouts,
picnics and trip lanning.
One class will demonstrate
group leadership. methods. It is
designed as an aid to anyone work-
ing as a leader or interested in
Each group will meet five times.
The. first meeting will be from
7:30 to 10 p.m. today at the Ann
Arbor High School. The follow-
ing sessions will be held on Tues-
day and Thursday of the next two
The fee for students is 50 cents
and for non-students $1.00. Blanks
for registration are available at
the Ann Arbor High School and
at the Ann Arbor Public Library.
Women may sign up at 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the high school.
Pamphlets concerning the pro-
gram are available in the League
and Barbour Gym. For additional
information call 2-5576.

Helpful Hints.
To Be Given
Job Seekers
Featured speaker at this week's
meeting of the Job Outlooks
Workshop to be held at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the League will be
Mrs. Edith Wheeler, manager of
the Michigan League.
Mrs. Wheeler will speak on the
opportunities of women seeking
employment in the field of man-
agement. Sponsored by the Lea-
gue, the workshop offers women
hints for finding a job.
Among the suggestions present-
ed are tips on the writing of eye-
catching and interesting job ap-
plications, a mock interview with
a prospective boss and talks by
women who have already started
their search for employment.
Presented for the first time this
year, the workshop has slated a
program for coming meetings
which will feature talks by women
from the employment ranks of
recreation, government and social
_oed Caendar_
Maize Team - The publicity
committee of the Maize team for
Frosh Weekend will hold an im-
portant meeting at 7:15 p.m. to-
day in the League.
* * *
Blue Team - There will be a
mass stunt meeting for the Blue
team for Frosh Weekend at 10:30
a.m. Saturday in the League.
Floor-show rehearsals will con-
tinue to be held at 5 p.m. through
Friday and at 10 a.m. Saturday
in the League.
Riding Club - All members who
wish to ride in the Michigras par-
ade Friday, will meet at 7 p.m. to-
day on the terrace of the WAB,
wearing riding attire.
* * *
Social Chairmen - Social chair-
men of women's residences will
meet at 4:15 p.m. today in the

Frosh Weekend
Theme Divulged
By Blue Team
Lights! Camera! Action!!
"Watch the Birdie" is the theme
of the Blue team of Frdsh Week-
end. They still refuse to divulge
the details of the plot, but they
will :adnit that the theme con-
cerns cameras.
According to Mary Helen Jor-
stad, assistant publicity chairman
of the Blue team, the audience will
look back through the eyes of the
camera from the year 1900 up
to the present time.
Birdie, the lead, played by Jean
Waidley, flits from scene to scene,
giving continuity to the plot. She
has her picture taken with three
generations: father, son, and
In contrast to last year when
each team decorated one half of
the ballroom and both presented
their dances on the same night,
this year each team will have the
entire ballroom at its disposal on
different nights.
Ticket sales for the Blue team's
dance, to be presented April 28,
will begin tomorrow in the Ad-
ministration Building, and in the
League lobby.
Ted Smith and his orchestra
will play for the dance, which will
be held in the League Ballroom.
The following coeds are work-
ing on the floor show committee:
Alice Ann Ryan, assistant chair-
man, dance chairman; Janet Ob-
erg, script chairman; Gladys Why-
te, makeup chairman; Tinkey
Newton, costume chairman and
Rosemary Bachman, stage man-

Women's Glee Club To Sin
At Annual Spring Concert

The women's Glee Club, under To conclude the program the
the direction of Miss Marguerite club will sing a group of Michigan
Hood, will present its annualsog inldg"We Ngh
spring concert at 8:30 p.m. today songs including "When Night
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Falls," "College Days," My Michi-
The first part of the program gan Man" and the "Yellow and
will consist mostly of Oriental Blue."
songs, and will also include Lat- This club is the only League
vian and German folk songs. The tis whic is oe o Lesh-
program will feature a flute solo- function which is open to Fresh-
ist and a harp accompanist. man women of all schools on cam-
A less formal atmosphere will pus. Members arp selected by a
prevail when the coeds present the panel of officers in the fall.
second part of the program in The Women's Glee Club also
Latin-American costumes. gives a scholarship every year to
Included in this portion will be its most outstanding member. The
the popular "Baia," "Tico-Tico," scholarship offers one semester's
"Begin the Beguine" and the tuition to a coed for study in any
"Mexican Hat Dance," "The In- field of music either in the School
coginto Gallante," "The Owlet" of Music or through private les-
and 'Bese Me Mucho." sons.
"Opheia thou art not for me.
I see no X} on thee!"

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in London after a 5,000 mile flight from India.


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Michig ras
Representatives of all organ-
izations entering floats in the
Michigras parade Friday will
meet at 4 p.m. today in Rooms
K, L, M, and N of the Union.
Representatives'of organiza-
tions planning to have booths
at Michigras will also meet at
4 p.m. today in the Union.

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Women of the University Fa-
Culty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., fourth
floor clubroom, League.
Coming Events
Job Outlooks: "Management
Opportunities." Mrs. Edith Wheel-
er, Manager of the Michigan Lea-
gue. Thurs., April 20, League. Her
talk is part of the League Council's
Job Outlooks Workshop. Open
Camp Davis Geology: Meeting,
7:30 p.m., Thurs., April 20, 2054
Natural Science Building. All ge-
ology students who plan to attend
Camp Davis this summer should
be present. Information circulars
and application blanks will be
handed out, and plans for geology
summer field courses will be dis-
Varsity Debate: Michigan var-
sity debaters who have, or will
have, participated in one (1)
or more intercollegiate debates
during 1949-50, are requested to be
319 E. Huron, 4 p.m., Thurs., April
Phi Beta Kappa: Initiation Ban-
quet, 6:30 p.m., Sat., April 22, Lea-
gue Ballroom. "The Scholar in a
Time of Peril." Mr. Elmer Davis,
American Broadcasting Company.
Reservations should be made with
Hazel M. Losh, Observatory, by
Thursday afternoon. Members of
other Chapters invited.
Phi Beta Kappa: Initiation of
the Alpha Chapter of Michigan,
4 p.m., Sat., April 22, League Cha-
pel. All new members are expected
to attend.
Michigan Crib: Meeting, 8,p.m.
Thurs., April 20, Kalamazoo Room,
League. Guest speaker, Prof. Rus-
sell A. Smith, Secretary, U. of M.

Law School. Topic: "Admission to
the Law School at the U. of M."
Everyone invited.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Regular
rehearsal will be postponed to
Thursday night, 7 p.m., Rm. B,
Haven Hall.
U n d e rgraduate Psychological
Society: Discussion Group in Clin-
ical Psychology: Meeting, Thurs.,
April 20, 7:30 p.m., 3121 Natural
Science. Dr. Miller, Bureau of Psy-
chological Services, will speak on
" Personality Development i n
International Center Weekly Tea:
4:30-6 p.m.; Thurs., April 20.
Beacon Association: Social and
lecture, Speaker: Professor Bishop.
8 p.m., Thurs., April 20, Rm. 3D,
U. of M. Young Republican
Club: General membership meet-
ing, Thurs., April 20, League, 7:30
p.m. Club policy for the coming
year will be formulated.
U. of M. Sailing Club: Meeting
to prepare for Michigan Invita-
tional Regatta. Shore school.
Thurs., April 20, 7:30 p.m., 311 W.
U of M. Hostel Club: Meeting,
7:30 p.m. Thurs., April 20, at Lane
Hall to plan spring trips.'European
hostel trip slides will be shown.
Everyone welcome.
Hostel Club: Sun., April 23:j
Meet Michigan League, 8 a.m. to
drive to Commerce Lake for a day
of canoeing. Bring lunch to cook
out, and canoe if have one. Other-
wise prepare to rent canoe. Call
leader, Bob Duval, by Fri., April
21, aboutbtransportation by car
and canoe.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
Executive Council Elections will be
held Sun., April 23. Petitions for
executive positions hust be in the
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