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WEDNESDAY, NO E1ER 20, 1949

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Women To Seek Senior League
Positions in Coming Interviews

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Petitioning for League senior
positions will open on Monday,t
Dec. 12, announced interviewing
chairman, Pat Reed, today.
Executive council positions to be
filled by present junior women are:
president of the League, vice-
president, secretary, treasurer, ju-
diciary council chairman, chair-
man of interviewing council.
OTHER LEAGUE Council posi-
tions available will be: dance class
chairman, chairman of merit-tu-
torial, orientation chairman, per-
sonnel chairman, publicity chair-
man, chairman of special projects,
and social chairman.
More openings are: secretary
of judiciary council, senior mem-
ber of judiciary council, secre-
tary of interviewing council, fi-
nance chairman of dance classes,
two senior dance class captains,
assistant chairman of special
projects in charge of the talent
file, chairman of transfer orien-
tation, secretary of the orien-
tation committee, social chair-

man of the orientation commit-
[ tee and information booth chair-
man of the orientation commit-
tee.
Prospective interviewees may
obtain information about petition-
ing during office hours of the in-
terviewing cominittee from Dec.
12 to 15, and also Jan. 4 and 5.
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ADDITIONAL information may
be obtained from the president's
reports, the League Iowdown, and
the constitution of the League un-
dergraduate council. Petitions are
now available in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
All petitions will be due at 5
p.m., Jan. 5 in the Undergradu-
ate Office. Late petitions will
not be accepted. When petitions
are handed in, interview ap-
pointments should be , made.
Women interviewing for more
than two jobs are asked to sign
up for two consecutive appoint-
ments.
Petitions should be clipped to-
gether, with the applicant's name

on each page. The council also
asks that a picture of the inter-
viewee be submitted with the peti-
tions for permanent file.
Interviewing will be held from 3
to 5 p.m., Jan. 6, 9, 10, 11, 12 and
13. Eligibility cards should be
brought to the interview.
Positions will be awarded at In-
stallation Night next April 24.
Mixed Group
To Be Feted
'By Dancers
Tcmorrow the honored guests of
the Folk and Square Dance Club
will be men from Cooley House
and Beta Theta Pi and women
from Delta Delta Delta and the
third floor of Jordan.
Dancing will start at 7:30 p.m.
at the WAB and will last until 9:30
p.m. at which time the guests us-
ually congregate around the coke
machine.
Some time is devoted to instruc-
tion of old folk dances and the rest
of the time to popular favorites
such as the Virginia Reel.
Janet Dewey, who is on the com-
mittee in charge of the dances,
said that the turn-out was excep-
tionally large on the Wednesday
evening before Thanksgiving.

Plaid Shirts
Will Prevail
At Bunyan Ball
Having become an annual event
on the Michigan campus since its
introduction four years ago, the
Paul Bunyan "Formal" has drawn
hundreds of jean-clad, spirited
students into the "arb" atmos-
phere of the Waterman Gymna-
sium each year.
This year's gala event will be
held Saturday and the Forestry
school promises that it will be one
of the best yet. A "Plaid Shirt
Week," a pine-cone guessing con-
test, 1:30 a.m. dance permission,
and a wood-sawing match have
all been inaugurated this week to
put University students in a prop-
er mood for Saturday night.
"Formal" means formal woods
style and coeds and their dates
should get out their loudest plaid
shirts, bluest blue (red or green)
jeans and most woodsy accessories
(boots included if they add to the
comfort of the wearer) for this
most "informal" formal of the
year.
The Paul Bunyan "Formal" had
its origin in the Camp Davis Dance
of former years serving as a reun-
ion for forestry students who had
spent summers at the camp.
The Michigan all-campus affair
began in the fall of '37 as a pri-
vate dance and hayride at Saline
Valley and continued as a small
campus dance until 1946 when
Bunyan becameuan all-campus
event.

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ANCIENT SC ROLLDIS PLAYED-The1liRev
Athanasius Yeshue Samuel of the Assyrian Orthodox Church dis-
plays in Washington an ancient scroll text of the Book of Isaiah in
Hebrew script. It is believed more than 2,000 years old.

I i A (t r iM N-UKItDE U:-Amos Alonzo Stagg, 87, stands
with Mrs. Stagg during celebration at Susquehanna University,
Selinsgrove, Pa., when the "grand old man of football" was hon-
'red in his-60th year as a college gridiron mentor,

Assembly To Close Petitioning;
Interviewing To Begin Tuesday

Assembly has set the deadline
for petitions for Assembly Ball
central committee positions for
Monday, Dec. 5.
Interviewing will begin on the
following day, Tuesday, Dec. 6 and
continue through Thursday, Dec.
Tickets for Sophomore Cab-
aret's "As You Shake It!" go
on sale today at the Union,
League, Engine Arch, women's
residences and the Business
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the tickets will be for one ad-
mittance only. There will be
two performances of the floor-
show, and tickets will be sold
for each one.

8. Petitioners may bring their peti-
tions to the Undergraduate Office
of the League where they may also
sign up for interviews.
Chairmanshi: s which are open
are: general chairman, decorations
chairman, programs chairman,
patrons chairman, publicity chair-
man, finance chairman and tick-
ets chairman.
To assist women in organizing
and writing their petitions activi-
ties chairmen in each dormitory
have been supplied with sample
petitions. Coeds may obtain addi-
tional information by consulting
members of the Assembly board in
the Assembly Office.

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PRE-CHRIS TMAS
CLEARANCE

Not in years has
7'te ~ C/ae 4dkn £h
held a COAT and SUIT sale like ths!.
Not in years have you seen COATS and SUITS of our fine
quality . . . Priced so low at the Season's Start! Crowds.
of Fashion, Quality and Value-Mined Women will be here
to buy! Every garment selected for it's fine quality fabric'
. . . it's expert styling and tailoring . . . for Juniors . .
for Misses . . . and Women.,

To-Entertain
Faculty Group
The Women's Glee Club will /i-
tertain for the Faculty Club at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Hussy
Room of the League.
To begin the program, the girls
will sing with Vivian Perlis as the
harp accompanist. The second part
will include violin solos played by
Emil Raab. Digby Bell will ac-
company her on the piano. The
girls will conclude the program
with a series of Christmas Carols.
Latest Fashions
Will Be Featured
At HolidayShow
Evergreens and snowflakes will
set the scene for the Holiday Fash-
ion Show which will be held at 8
p.m. tonight in West Lodge Auji-
torium.
Sponsored by Wives' Club and a
local clothing shop owner, the
show will feature forty-five outfits,
ranging from red flannel pajamas
to formal evening wear.

L AS 5 O A T F LOAT -Sid Haof Sausalito; Cal.,
sails his moulded fiberglass dinghy which is six feet long, weighs
30 pounds, has a 46-inch beam and will hold two adults.

U E 5IGN I N 5 T A M P'5 .-Mrs. VirginiaWoodin,' of
Arlington, Va., stands beside a large doll costumed in cancelledl
stamps from her collection for a hobby show at Washington, D. C.

Fine Quality
WINTER COATS
Regularly Priced from 39.95 to 100.00
Now 2800= 3800- 5800
Fitted and Bos Dress Coats -- Famous
Label Fashions - Finest Woolens and
Workmanship. Sizes for Juniors-Misses
and Women.
Fur Trimmed Coats, orig. to 100.00
Now 48.00 to .75.00

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D E t K I- K I E N S-Dr. Michael P. de Voe, Coral Gables,
Fla., ophthalmologist, is visited by his two pet does, Elfina, eight
rears old. and Eve Annette, two, which he raised at his home.

CHRISTMAS TRIMMING - Uncle Holly, char
acter introduced by British to brighten this year's holiday season,
presents gift to Roberta Flood in London store. Despite austerity,
British have assured kiddies that Uncle Holly, here played by
actor Jimmy Charters, will not replace Santa Claus. He'll serve
as a sort of negotiator to handle difficult requests.

NEW FALL SUITS
Regularly Priced from 49.95 to 89.95
DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO
2500 .3800 - 48**
All Wool Gabardines, Tweeds, Sharkskins
Sizes 9 to 15, 10 to 44, 121/2 to 241/2.
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