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FTS MAY JANUAIVV 19, 1950a

THlE MICTIGA N HA I

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Petitions Due Feb. 17 for Women's Judic
t. Petitions for chairman, secre-1 rules and judicial procedures, ac- obtained at the interviewing of-

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tary and senior member of the
women's Judiciary Council will be
due at 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17 in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Fifteen minute interviews will
be held on Feb. 20, 21, 22, and 24.
No practical experience is re-
quired but the interviewee must
show an acquaintance with house

cording to Pat Reed, interviewing
chairman.
Prospective interviewees may
obtain information about peti-
tioning and judicial procedures
from the League Lowdown, the
President's Reports and from any
woman now on the Judiciary
Council.
Additional information may be

fice from Feb. 13 to 17, inclusive.
Those petitioning for the posi-
tions should sign for an interview
when they hand in their peti-
tions. "Late petitions absolutely
will not be accepted," says Miss
Reed.
Any junior woman with a sec-
ond semester eligibility card may
petition.

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Inter-Exam
Recreation
Open to All
To fill the need for recreational
activities during the final exami-
nation period, the Women's Phy-
sical Education Department will
open a number of its facilities to
the entire campus.
"We feel that facilities during
these weeks are not flexible
enough at present," said Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, chairman of the de-
partment.
Space has been reserved for
activity to provide between-exam
relaxation. The recreational facili-
ties have been available in former
years, but they have not been
publicized. For the first time they
will be open to both men and
women students and to faculty
members.
Equipment for bowling and bad-
minton as well as sleds and skis
may be rented at a nominal fee.
Folk and square dancing and
swimming are also on the sche-
dule.
Badminton may be played in
Barbour Gymnasium from 7 to
9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Jan. 24 and 25 and from 7 to 9
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.
An evening of recreational folk
and square dancing is slated from
7:30 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, Jan.
25 in the Women's Athletic
Building.
Union Will Give
Fun Night Frolic
Early registrants will find en-
tertainmient at the Fun Night
Frolic to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Wednesday, Feb. 8 in the
Union.
Radio disc-jockey Paul Wilcox
will spin records in the Ballroom.
Those who weary of dancing will
find diversion at bridge and
canasta tables.
Special late permission has been
granted for the affair. Women's
hours will be extended from the
usual 11 p.m. to 12:30.
Tickets for the Frolic may be
purchased for 25 cents a person
at the door.

MARIAN TRAP?.

"W~on't be long now .
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Till
PART PAYMENTS
for the 1950 Ensian
Are Due!
1 February 15th
Come up now
to the Student Publications Bldg.
and pay your
remaining $4.00
D WAIT!

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Betrothal Announcements Made,
Wedding Plans Told by Parents

Trapp-Jordan
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Trapp
of Dearborn have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Marian, to R. Keith Jordan of
Syracuse, New York.
Miss Trapp is a junior in the
literary, college and is affiliated
with Alpha Gamma Delta. She is
Class To Be
'Rescheduled
Many a woman on campus has
felt the need of being able to take
notes via the shorthand method
when listening to a rapid-fire lec-
turer giving a last and final re-
view before exams.
The thing which has prevented
most students from making use of
the shorthand course offered in
the School of Business Adminis-
tration has been the fact that the
courses met for seven hours each
for two semesters. To many
women burdened with courses in
the other schools on campus,
there were not enough hours in
the day to handle any extra
classes.
Prof. Irene Place of the School
of Business Administration has re-
cently announced that the school
is now offering the course divid-
ed into three semesters of work
with the classes meeting four
hours each week.
Meeting Cancelled
Members of the Coaches
and Officials Club will not
meet at 7:15 p.m. today.
The next meeting will be
on the Tuesday following
rushing.

also a member of the Women's
Judiciary Council.
Mr. Jordan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas G. Jordan of Detroit,
graduated from the education
school last February and is a
member of Phi Gamma Delta. He
is the former secretary of the
Michigan Union.
* * *
J urich-Esch
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jurich of
Akron, Ohio have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Olga, to Marvin L. Esch, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Esch, also
of Akron.
Mr. Esch is a junior in the
literary school.
* * * .
Teal-Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Teal of De-
troit have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lynn, to
Robert L. Anderson of Windsor,
Ontario.
Miss Teal is a freshman in the
literary college.

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