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PAGE FIVI,

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952

THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY

JUNIORS' CHANCE:
Petitions for Senior Positions
To Be Due Friday at League

Parents Announce Engagements

- - -

Petitions for the League execu-
tive council and other senior posts
will be due at 5 p.m. Friday in the
League Undergraduate office.
Any eligible junior women may
pick up petition blanks in the Un-
dergraduate Office this week.
Positions available are League
president, vice-president, secre-
tary, treasurer, chairman of the
judiciary council, chairman of the
interviewing and nominating com-
mittee, and parliamentarian.
Chairmanships are also open on
the following committees: candy
booth, dance class, merit tutorial,
orientation, personnel, public re-
lations, special projects and social.
Other positions include the sec-
retary of the judiciary council,
senior member of judiciary, secre-
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WAA Board-There will be a
WAA Board meetinig at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Women's Athletic
Building.
* * *
Badminton-There will be a
meeting of the WAA Badminton
Club from 8 to 9 p.m. today in
Barbour Gym. Anyone not having
her own equipment should buy a
rental ticket at the Physical Edu-
cation office,
t.
Michifish-Michifish meetings
will be held at the scheduled times
this week.
Big Sister Tea - The Big
Sister Committee will sponsor a
tea from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today in
the League for women freshmen
and transfer students. House offi-
cers and assembly board members
are especially invited and big sis-
ters urged to bring their little sis-
ters.

tary of interviewing, finance
chairman of dance classes, two
senior dance class chairmen, as-
sistant chairman of special pro-
jects, secretary of the orientation
committee and social and infor-
mation booth chairmen of the
orientation committee.
Petitions do not have to be typed
and may be of any length. Stu-
dents should sign up for interviews
when they turn in their petitions.
Interviewing will take place
from 3 to 6 p.m. from Feb. 18 to
Feb. 29.
Petitioning for senior positions
is being held early this year to
avoid the conflict with Frosh
Weekend and Junior Girl's Play.
The Interviewing and Nominat-
ing Committee will be on hand in
the Undergraduate Office this
week to help juniors organize their
petitions.
Further information may be ob-,
tained in the League Lowdown.
Mortar Board
Will Sponsor 1
'PaYoff'_Dance'
In return for the wealth of
folding money spent on them dur-
ing J-Hop weekend, . coeds may
invite their J-Hop escorts to Mor-
tar Board's annual "payoff"
dance, which will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
League Ballroom.
This year appropriately en-
titled "Something for the Boys",
the dance will feature Ken Nor-
man and his orchestra, well
known on the campus for their
danceable music.
Mortar Board, honorary society
for senior women, presents the
dance each year for coeds who
wish to express their thanks in
an appropriate manner.
The ballroom will be decorated
in a black and white motif. Mem-
bers of Mortar Board will design,
create and set up the decorations.
Tickets, which are being sold
at $1.80 a couple, may be pur-
chased from any member of Mor-
tar Board, at the League and at
the door the evening of the dance.
Coeds may dress informally for
the affair.
League To Hold
Bridge Lessons
Bridge lessons, sponsored by
the League Social Committee, will
be given every Tuesday evening
for ten weeks starting next week.
Beginning classes will meet at
7 p.m. with advanced classes meet-
ing at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets for the series will cost
$3.50 and are on sale from 2 to 4
p.m. every day in the League
Undergraduate Office.

Voreacos - Roelofs
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voreacos of
Whiting, Ind., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Eugenia to Robert Roelofs, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Roelofs
of Battle Creek.
Miss Voreacos is a senior in the
literary college and a member of
the Assembly Board.
Mr. Roelofs is a senior in the
School of Dentistry and is affili-
ated with the Delta Sigma Delta
fraternity.
The wedding is being planned
for June.

* - -

John Powers Beauty Course
Will beOffered at University
The campus of the University of
Michigan has been chosen as the popularizing the "natural look"
site for one of John Robert Powers of the American girl, founded
schools for the next nine weeks. these schools in answer to a de-
mand from American women to
These courses, which have been learn his ideas on feminine beau-
held in New York. Detroit, Boston, ty.
and Dallas schools, are designed According to Mr. Powers, there
by John Powers "to show a stu- .Acrigt r oes hr
by Jhn owes "o sow st- ,is no such thing as an unattrac-
dent above everything else how
to fulfill her potential gifts of tive woman.
beauty." The aim of this course is. by a
The course will consist of knowledge of all the modern beau-
thirty-six hours of instruction to ty techniques, to bring out the
be given each Saturday, beginning full potential of each student and
this week and running for the make her into a more attractive,
next nine weeks. self-assured person.
Hours will be from 10 a.m. to
12 noon, and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Military Ball
every Saturday.
All those who are interested in Tickets for Military Ball,
the course are invited to enroll in which will be held Friday,
the Women's League. The room March 7, will go on sale tomor-
will be posted. row. The tickets are $3 per
couple and may be purchased
John Robert Powers, who for fn omtPmPhPrnri

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BARBARA HANSEN
* * *'
Hansen - Brown
At a tea held December 27 in
the Hansen home at Attenda,
Calif., Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hansen
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Barbara Lou, tQ
A. J. Terry Brown, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Terry Brown of
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.
Miss Hansen is working at
present on her Master's degree in
business administration. While in
undergratuate school, Miss Han-
sen, a member of Chi Omega
sorority, was president of Mortar
Board, senior women's honorary
society, secretary of the Women's
Athletic Association, and secretary
and vice-president of the Business
Administration Council.
Mr. Brown is working on Bach-
elor of Science degrees in chemi-
cal engineering and metallurgi-
cal engineering. He is a member
of Alpha Chi Sigma, professional
fraternity, the Association of
Chemical Engineers, and secretary
of Vulcans. Last year he served
as president of West Quad.
The couple is planning a late
summer wedding.

JANET CASS
* * *
Cass - Callhson

KARIN FAGERBURG
Fagerburg - Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Fagerburg
of Hinsdale, Ill., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Karin, to David W. Jackson, son
of Mrs. George Jackson of Pasa-
dena, Calif., formerly of Hinsdale.
Miss Fagerburg is a sophomore
in the literary college and is affi-
liated with Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority.
Mr. Jackson was graduated
from Williams College and is now
stationed with the army at Fort
Sill, Okla.

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The engagement of Janet Alice responsible for establishing and
Cass to James W. Callison was
announced by miniature docu-
ments at a luncheon in the Town
Club at Jamestown, N. Y.
Miss Cass is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cass of
Frewsburg, N. Y., and graduated
from the School of Education last
year and is now teaching at
Jamestown. She is affiliated with
the Kappa Delta sorority and was":
secretary of her Education School
senior class.
Mr. Callison is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Callison of James- -
town, N. Y., and a graduate of the
literary college. He is affiliated
with the Theta Chi fraternity, was
a member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Union and a member
of the Union Executive Council.
Now, a junior law student, he is
a junior tryout for the Michigan
Law Review and a junior clerk in
Case Club.
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