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a r THIS MTCIGAN iDAITX _

WAA Board
Posts Open
For 2_Weeks
Petitions Must Be
Filed by March 13
Thirty-three WAA board posi-
tions are open to eligible sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors who
may petition during the next two
weeks.
Petitions are available now at
the League, Barbour and the WAB
and will be due March 13 at the
League Undergraduate Office.
WAA BOARD members will have
an addition to their list of var-
ied activities next year when the
WAA National Convention meets
here in the spring, representing
r WAA organizations all over the
United States.
Activities of the board also
include Lantern Night and Mi-
chigras.
Eligible coeds may petition for
any WAA executive board position
except that of president which
must be held by a senior who has'
had previous board experience.
THE EXEGUTIVE board posi-
tions open to coeds are president,
vice-president in charge of pro-
jects, vice-president in charge of
student relations, secretary, treas-
urer and participation manager.
Other positions include A.F.C.-
W. representative, dormitory
manager, sorority manager, lea-
gue house manager, public re-
lations (publicity), Daily pub-
licity and co-recreation chair-
man.
Sports club manager jobs include
archery, badminton, ballet, basket-
ball, bowling, camp counselors,
fencing, golf, field hockey, ice-
skating, lacrosse, Michifish, mo-
dern dance, officials and coaches,
outing, riding, rifle, soccer, soft-
ball and tennis.
JGP NOTES
Trio-The trio will rehearse at
4:20 p.m. today in the League. The
room number will be posted on the
bulletin board in the main lobby.
Scrubwomen - Rehearsal for
scrubwomen is slated for 4:20 p.-
m. Thursday in the League.
Everyone-"All women partici-
pating in the play or working on
committees should bring their eli-
gibility cards to their next re-
hearsal or meeting to be signed,"
said Cathie Clairmont, assistant
chairman of JGP.
Senior Society
To SellFlowers
The Senior Society, an honor-
ary society for senior independent
r~ women, will be selling carnations
for the Assembly Ball to be held
this Friday in the Union.
Carnations may be purchased
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. and from
" 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. today through
Thursday, in the League, or from
the following people in the dorms;
Martha Cook, Ann Shafer and
Betsy Vinieratos; Helen Newberry,
Ruth Cohen and Joan Sheppard;
Jordan, Charlotte Eagle; Mosher,
Priscilla Woodward and Gloria
Korhonen; Stockwell,NM a r t h a
Heinriche; and the New Dorm,
Elaine Brovan.
Boutonieres will be white car-
nations to be given out at the

dance.

Engaged

f,
LAURA BELLE WALZER
* *, *
Couple Plans
June Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Walzer of
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Laura Belle, to Aaron
Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Goldstein also of Cleveland
Heights.
Miss Walzer is a freshman in the
literary college.
The couple will be married June
20.
Meeting
League House presidents will
meet from 5 to 6 p.m. today in
the League. It is imperative
that all presidents be present,
according to Betsy Vinieratos,
vice-president of Assembly.

Short Hair
Sti II Favored
New as it may seem to the Am-
erican public of today, the. short
hair cut was sported by. many an
ancient beauty of yesteryear,
among them the famous lady of
chic, the Queen of Sheba!
Now with Broadway's newest hit,
"Gentlemen P r e f e r Blondes,"
starting a fashion revival to the
trends of the twenties, women are
once again faced with the prob-
lem whether to shear or not to
shear.
Carol Channing, star of the
show, wears her hair in the close
cropped style typical of that mad
and glad era. With her front hair
combed forward for the bobbed ef-
fect, she also wears soft bangs
across her forehead.
This is just one of the many
versions of the 1950 shingle cur-
rently suggested by hair stylists.
One way of modifying the shorn
style of the twenties is to leave
the back hair long enough to form
a half wave at the nape of the
neck. Other variations are to brush
flat waves back over the ears with
a dip or reverse half-bang over
the forehead.
The shingle or windblown bob is
a style which is easy to care for
and which can look either casual
or sophisticated with the flick -of
a hair brush.
All in all, the short hair cut
contributes a great amount of
time and comfort to the life of
the busy campus woman. It gives
a neat and stylish appearance
with only a few strokes of the
hair brush and still looks neat and
attractive after a day of classes
and activities..
In the opinion of many, it's the
snappiest thing ever to hit the
fashion world.

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ASSOCIATED

L 0 N C - N A M E C A T -- This is Elco's Admiral Ku Chu
See, a Peke-face red tabby male, exhibited by Miss Ella Conroy,
of New Richmond, O., in show of Atlantic Cat Club, New York.

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OPEN HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, March 1 . . . 1:00 to 10:30 P.M.
ROSE ELLIOTT HEALTH STUDIO
ROBERT LEMMON and Associates
Colonial Yarn Shop
The Colony House, 324 E. Liberty

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P A R T Y - C 0 E R S-nuffin van Buren Collie, host at a party
to descendants every birthday, holds his great, great, grandchild,
Juanita Diane Carson on his 106th birthday in Springhope, N. C.

Mademoiselle's
MONTH-END
CLEABANC E

JERSEY BLOUSES
Short-sleeve in black-red-green combination and in
beige and green stripe. Sizes: 32-38.
$4.95 values $2.00
SWEATERS
Short-sleeve cardigans in kelly and navy. Slipovers
in pink rabbit hair and grey and pink nylon. Sizes:
34-38.
Formerly $6.95 $3.00
CORDUROY JACKETS
Smartly styled and lined. In navy and brown. Sizes
10-18.
Were $10.95 $3.95
DRESSES
All styles in crepe, jersey, prints, gabardine and
satin. Sizes: 9-15, 10-18.
Values to $27.95 $7.00
SLIPS
Bur Mil crepe. Lace-trimmed, smartly styled. In
black or white. Sizes: 32-42.
$5.95 values $2.95
NIGHTGOWNS
Lavishly trimmed in lace or smartly tailored. Pink,
blue, and yellow. Sizes: 32-38.
Formerly $14.95 $5.00

PUERTO
Munoz Marn
of Dimes" for

RICO JOINS 'MARCH1,'-Gov. Luis
and Paulette Goddard launch Puerto Rican "March
the polio fund at Governor's residence in San Juan.

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TODAY'S
SPECIAL
FRIED
SAUSAGE
PATTY
Whipped Potatoes
Buttered Peas
Roll and Butter
Choice of.Coffee
or Tea
45c Special

T-JAMAS
Cotton bottoms, T-shirt top for sleeping or loung-

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