100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 08, 1951 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1951-03-08

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE V'i V

Junior Petitions Due Tomorrow in League; Offices Open
Available Positions Provide Variety in Choice On Assembly 24
q__ _ __ _ _ _Patting ll A ud.
Committee Assistants for Public Relations, Interviewing, Personnel ptitions for Assembly Boa
Orientation, JGP Central Positions Compose Agenda of Offices The positions open to any inae

WAGEP1V

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the sec-
ond in a series of articles on peti-
tioning for League Posts.)
By MARJORY REUBENE
Petitions for junior officers in
the League will be due at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Included in the list of available
positions are several jobs that
very few people know about. One
of these is the League parliamen-
tarian.
THIS POSITION, now held by
Tulane Itkoff, was just recently
created. Parliamentarian attends
the meetings of both the Board of
Representatives and the League
Council and is responsible for pro-
moting proper parliamentary pro-
cedure at these meetings.

It is, therefore, necessary that
she be thoroughly familiar with
the provisions of .the League
constitution and also Robert's
Rules of Order.
Another duty of the parliamen-
tarian is to revise the League con-
stitution wherever necessary. Miss
Itkoff revised the constitution
this year and provision was made
for any further changes which
might be necessary in the future.
* * *
A SECOND POST available to
sophomore women is Public Re-
lations Committee assistant in
charge of Art. Whenever any art
work is needed for the League
this person has charge of it.
Exceptions to this are for
those groups who have their own

.. . ......
- -.
.4 ~ $4Y.~*.- '
-....................

I/

art director. The art assistant's
main job is with the League
Lowdown, which is put out once
a year.
Duties of Dance class captains
are not very well known. Their
main job is to publicize the dance
classes by contacting dormitories
and, other residences. They also
assist the chairman in obtaining
hostesses for the classes.
DANCE CAPTAINS check tick-
ets and make sure the instructor
is there for every dance class.
Personnel committee assist-
ants help the chairman in get-
ting names of volunteers for
hospital service and ushering,
as well as for any other volun-
teer work than an organization
might like to have done.
They keep the files up to date
and notify people when it is their
turn to usher or to do some other
job. Each assistant is in charge of
one special branch, such as hos-
pital volunteers.
OTHER POSITIONS that are
available to any sophomore wo-
man include: three positions on
the interviewing and nominating
committee, three positions on ju-
diciary council, assistant to the
secretary of the League and five
merit-tutorial assistants.
The list continues with: five
assistants for public relations
committee, four assistants for
Ruthven Teas, two assistants
for special events, chairman of
transfer orientation, informa-
tion booth chairman for orien-
tation, secretary and social
chairman for orientation com-
mittee.
Central committee positions for
Junior Girl's Play include: chair-
man, assistant chairman, director,
assistant director, secretary, trea-
surer, chairman of the costume
committee and her assistant,
dance committee chairman and
assistant.
Other positions are: make-up
committee chairman, chairman of
the music committee, composer,
arranger, lyrics, choral director,
p r o g r a m chairman, properties
chairman and assistant, chairman
of the publicity committee.
The list concludes with: publi-
city assistants in charge of Daily
publicity, posters, stunts; scenery
chairman, script chairman, stage
manager and assistant, chairman
of the ticket committee and ush-
ering chairman.
JGP Meeting
Members of the Central
Committee of JGP will meet at
5 p.m. today in the League.

N

fl

SEM
li p s

Ar cher Nylons
belong in the Easter Parade

When a woman wants to look her best,
Archer nylons are part of the picture.
Color keyed to the new spring costume colors,
Archer nylons are so clear and flawless.
se delicately sheer, they make a perfect Easter gift.
Buy them in fitted lengths: 4 exclusive
Xeline0 stripes for Trim, 5 for Medium, 6 for Long.
A rcher~,#
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
539 East Liberty

?te ateM 1P

HEAR THEM TODAY!

1ww

SCHUMANN-SYMPHONIES Nos. 1 and 4
Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

SONGS OF JOHN DOWLAND
Du Bose Robertson, tenor
Suzanne Bloch, Lute

P-8129
$4.98
AL 96
5.45
LLP 305

STRAUSS-HIGHLIGHTS "DIE FLEDERMAUS"

Vienna State Opera 5

I

BRAHMS-DOUBLE CONCERTO IN A MINOR

Heifetz, Violin
Feuermann, Cello

LCT-1016
5,72

BEETHOVEN-CONCERTO NO. 5 IN E-FLAT, OP. 73

LCT-1015
5.72

Schnabel, Piano.

t J,

/!

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Stock

BRAHMS-HUNGARIAN DANCES (Complete) ALG-102
Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra under Allessandro 5.95
SHAKESPEARE-READINGS FROM HAMLET, ROMEO, SONNETS DL 9504
1- .. -U II ? . . I0C

I

I

II

I I

M

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan