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ER 30, 1951

THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Unity, Interest in Activities
Stressed by Workshop Group
Dorm Activities Chairmen Work Together
For Campus Interest Among Independents

With the fall semester in full
swing now, the Activities Work-
shop of Assembly.has gotten un-
der way with meetings- of all the
activities chairmen of the women's
dormitories.
Under the leadership of Ad-
rienne Shufro, personnel chairman
of Assembly, the Workshop has
been organized to bring a feeling
of unity among the dormitories
through the activity chairmen and
to discuss ideas for stimulating
campus interest in the dorms.
* * *
MEETINGS ARE held every
other Monday at 5 p.m. in the
League. Coming activities and op-
portunities for independent wo-
men to get in to the swing of
things are discussed.
The job of the activities chair-
man of each dormitory is to re-
port to the women in her dorm
the campus news and to bring
back notices of opportunities to
!. petition for League, Assembly
and club positions throughout
the year. In other words, to
make the women aware of what
is happening.
Also the chairman is responsible
Board Meeting
Members of the Board of Re-
presentatives will meet at 4:30
p.m. today in the League. The
room number will be posted.

for getting the women interested
and participating in activities.
* * *
ALL ACTIVITIES chairmen help
merit-tutorial in the obtaining of
activity sheets for every co-ed.
These sheets list each woman's ac-
tivities for the year and are sent
to the Bureau of Appointments for
possible reference by prospective
employers.
Miss Shufro has said that the
Workshop plans to introduce
speakers at its future meetings,
including such campus leaders
as the president of Student Leg-
islature, president of the Wo-
men's League, and president of
the Sailing Club.
By doing this, Miss Shufro hopes
that information about these or-
ganizations will reach more people
than it now does.
TENTATIVE PLANS for the
publication of a composite booklet
of all women's activities on cam-
pus are being discussed.
In this booklet will be listed
activities open to co-eds, posi-
tions they may petition for, and
information about what each or-
ganization does and other gen-
eral materials.
Copies of the pamphlet will
probably be mailed to all new stu-
dents during the summer and will
be available to any person in-
terested in furthering her know-
ledge of campus activities.

-Daily-James Easley
STUDENTS' CHOICE---"Who will play for 3-Hop" is the big ques-
tion going around campus now. Students' votes are placed in the
ballot boxes and will be totaled to see which is the most favored
orchestra choice.
SOMETHING NEW:
Assembly Committees Plan
omen's Inter-Dorm Week

Something new is to be added'
to the social calendar of women
living in the dormitories.
The combined efforts of the so-
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Sharpshooters
Will Organize
Today at WABI
Experience is not necessary for
women to become members of the
WAA Rifle Club, which will hold
its organizational meeting at 7:30
p.m. today at the WAB.
Barbara Meier, manager of the
sport club, says that instruction
will be offered at the meetings,
and rifles, shells and targets pro-
vided.
* * *
LAST YEAR the Rifle Club took
seventh place in the Inter-colleg-
late Postal Match, which is one of
the main activities of the organi-
zation.
Other activities include postal
matches with individual colleges
and a shoulder to shoulder
match with the campus men's
team.
The WAA sponsored Rifle Club
is a member of the National Wo-
men's Intercollegiate Rifle Divi-
sion of the National Rifle Associa-
tion.
* * *
BESIDES REGULAR practice
sessions and special activities, the
club with the aid of Miss Meier
and the faculty advisor, Miss Pearl
Berlin, will plan a novelty shoot.
Records are kept of each wo-
man's official target scores and
attendance at practices, and on
the basis of this, the most out-
standing member is chosen.
The women's name is placed on
the Sport's Honor Roll in the WAB
for the year.
Meetings will be scheduled at a
convenient time for the members.
Senior Board
SlatesMeeting
A meeting of the recently elected
Senior Board will be held at 7:15
p.m. today in the Student Legisla-
ture Building.
On the Board are co-chairmen
Fred Ittner and Joe Epstein, pub-
licity; Phil Berry and Jack Ray,
finance; Mark Sandground and
Pete Hall, special events; Barbara
Smith and Mary Jo McCormick,
cap and gown and Sue Dwan and
Jim Kemper, commencement an-
nouncements. Jack Beyer is chair-
man of reunions.
Hillel To Hold
Weiner Roast
Group singing and ukeleles will
share the limelight at the Hillel
sponsored weiner roast to be held
this Saturday night at the island.
Those attending the outdoor
roast will meet at 8:15 p.m. at Lane
Hall before leaving as a group for
the picnic grounds where hot dogs
and marshmallows will be roasted
over the fire.
Tickets will be sold during the
week on the diagonal and in the
Administration Building. The
charge will be 50 cents for a mem-
ber of Hillel or a $1.60 for non-
members. Those attending the
roast are asked to purchase tickets
or to sign up before 2'p.m. Sat-
urday.

Ed Gilmore, nationally known in
the square dance field, will be
;uest caller for the Square Dance
Festival, which will be held from
8 to 11 p.m. Thursday in Water-
man Gymnasium.
The event, sponsored by the De-
partment of Physical Education
for Men, will also feature a num-
ber of local callers.
* * *
GILMORE WILL be making his
second appearance on campus in
the role of guest caller for the
Square Dance Festival.
The popular caller is a teach-
er and musician and is also the
originator of several square
dances, including the Yucaipa
Twister, California Whirl and
the Yucaipa Roll Away.
Instruction will be given for
each dance, since the program is
designed for the beginner as well
as for the more advanced dancer.
* * *
GILMORE WILL be assisted by
his wife, who accompanies him on
all calling and teaching assign-
ments.
In order to come to the fes-
tival and "allemand right and
left," students will pay admis-
sion of $1.25 per couple or $.65
per person.
Gilmore, who is a square dance
caller of the Riverside and San
Bernardino counties of Southern
Calif., hastaught over 5000 people
to square dance.
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AS MANY AS 654 dancers have
enrolled in one of his classes,
which are conducted in the cities
of Redlands, and Riverside, Calif.
Gilmore has trained many
callers and has conducted in-
stitutes and clinics for recrea-
tion departments, universities
WAA
Ballet Club-The WAA Ballet
Club will meet at 7 p.m. today
in Barbour Gym Dance Studio.
Members are beginning chore-
ography on a new ballet, and
anyone interested is invited to
attend.
Athletic Managers-A meet-
ing is scheduled for the House
Athletic Managers Club at 5
p.m. tomorrow in the WAB.

'SWING YOUR PARTNER':
Gilmore To Call at Square Dance Festival

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As a square dance expert, Gil-
more has devoted all of his time
during the last few years to square
dance activity and to research on
the origins of the dances.
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