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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Assembly Ball To Illustrate
'Femme' Leap Year Theme

Greek goddesses and famous fe-
males throughout the ages will
illustrate the theme of Femame
Fatale" and leap year at the an-
nual Assembly Ball to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri., Feb.
29 in the League ballroom.
The coed-bid dance will offer
an opportunity for coeds to treat
the man of their choice to an eve-
ning of dancing on the extra day
of February in leap year.
Carrying out a new plan this
year refreshments will be served
for the price of admission, which
is $2.50.
As in former years the dance
will be semi-formal, with coeds
wearing formals and their dates
in. dark suits.
Johnny Harbard and his or-

chestra will provide the music in
the ballroom while Bob Leopold
and his combo will play in the
concourse.
Anyone who wishes may work
on the committees and is asked
to contact either the general
chairman of the dance or the
chairman of the committee she
wishes to work on.
The dance will be open to all
campus.
General chairman is Sue Alder-
man. Other committee chairmen
are Iris Pomroy, finance; Jan
ZurSchmiede and Evelyn Gross-
man, publicity; Mimi Blau, dec-
orations; Ines Krause, programs;
Lorraine Baldwin, tickets; Della
Galloway, patrons. and Frances
Kochin, building and grounds.
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fidence and extra loveliness that makes them
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You'll learn the facts about feminine attractive-
ness that made John Robert Powers the leading
authority in his field. You'll become a better
student, a more charming hostess, a better friend
-above all a happier girl.
For full details, phone Ann Arbor 3-0183. Be
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League Post
Petitions Due
By Tomorrow
Petitions for all senior League
posts will be due at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Eligible junior women may pick
up petition blanks in the Under-
graduate Office.
REPRESENTATIVES of the
Interviewing a n d Nominating
Committee will be on hand to
answer any questions and to help
with the organization of petitions.
Positions available include
League president, vice-presi-
dent, secretary, treasurer, chair-
man of the judiciary council,
chairman of the interviewing
and nominating committee and
parliamentarian.
Chairman will also be chosen
for the candy booth, dance class,
merit tutorial, orientation, per-
sonnel, public relations, special
projects and social committees.
* * -
OTHER POSITIONS are secre-
tary of the judiciary council, sen-
ior member of judiciary, secre-
tary of interviewing, finance
chairman of dance classes, two
senior dance class chairmen, as-
sistant chairman of special proj-
ects, secretary of the orientation
committee and information booth
chairman of the orientation com-
mittee.
Petitions may be of any
length and do not have to be
typed. Students should sign up
for Interviews when they turn
in their petitions.
Interviewing will take place
from 3 to 6 p.m. Feb. 18 to Feb. 29.
After interviewing all candi-
dates, the Interviewing and Nomi-
nating Committee will choose two
women for each position. The
women will then appear before
the Board of Representatives who
will make the final decisions.
The League Lowdown may be
consulted for additional informa-
tion.

Weddings &
Engagements
Meyers - W jillitt
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Elizabeth Meyers,
daughter of Mrs. Frederic Irwin
Myers, to Donald Willittt John-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Willitt Johnson of Stillwater, Ok-
la., and the late Arthur Willitt
Johnson.
Miss Meyers is a graduate of
the University of Michigan and
* * *

Modern Dance Club To Hold
Session for New Members

All men and women on campus
interested in becoming members
of the Modern Dance Club may
attend a Workshop to be held
from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow in Bar-
bour Gym Dance Studio.
This session is for the purpose
of teaching future Modern Dance
Club members the techniques and
composition at elementary and
intermediate levels.
M i s s Esther Pease, faculty
member of the Women's Psysical
Education Department, and Mrs.
Geraldine Miller will serve as in-
structors, assisted by regular club
members.
Doris Melleky, manager of the
Modern Dance Club, will be pres-
ent to ansWer any questions.
The club, organized many years
ago by a~ small group of students
interested in the new art form of
modern dance, provides an op-
portunity for men and women
dance enthusiasts to study tech-
niques, devise original composi-
tions and work toward perform-
ances.
Instruction is offered in the
regular club meetings in basic
technique and elements of dance
composition, and for those with
previous experience an advanced
technique session is held.

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Plans are made each year for
informal workshop presentations
and discussions as well as for pub-
lic perf ormances.
These programs encourage the
members to do original choreog-
raphy and give an opportunity for
Modern Dance
All members of the Modern
Dance Club are requested by
the manager to attend the club
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in
Barbour Dance Studio.
modern dance lovers to see the
accomplished work.
Last spring both the Modern
Dance Club and Ballet Club par-
ticipated in the Inter Arts Dance
Festival.

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Board Votes
On Late Hours
At a meeting of the Board of
Representatives yesterday in the
League, representatives passed a
proposal from the Dean of Wo-
men's Office which will allow men
to remain in women's residences
until 1:25 a.m. on late permission
nights.
(See story on page 1).
In addition to this, Miss Frat-
cher, Field Secretary of the
League of Women spoke to the
Board on the activities of the
League.
Miss Fratcher explained the
functions of the League of Wo-
men Voters, which is not partisan
and works on a local and national
level. At present the League is
concerned with the deficit tax
problem in Michigan.
The Board of Representatives
members will inform their respec-
tive houses of the League of Wo-
men Voters and its functions, and
will take a vote in the houses to
determine whether or not stu-
dents are interested in forming a
college group.
The members of the college
group would not be members of
the League of Women Voters but
would work with them.
The Board of Representatives
also discussed the repetition of
marriage lectures, which have
been given in previous years.
A vote will be taken in the
houses to determine whether stu-
dents are interested in having the
lectures. They will be open to
all students if they are repeated.

ELIZABETH MEYERS
.* * *
is now completing work for a MA
degree in Fine Arts. She is a
member of the Delta Zeta Sor-
ority.
Mr. Johnson graduated from
Oklahoma Agricultural and Me-
chanical College and served with
the Merchant Marine and with
the Armed Forces. He is now a
senior in Law School at the Uni-
versity. He is a member of Pi
Gamma Mu and Phi Alpha Theta
National Honor Fraternities and
Phi Alpha Delta, Legal Fraternity.
Staff To Hold
Union Smoker
Clouds of smoke will pour from
the Union tonight as the staff
conducts the annual Union try-
out smoker at 8:45 p.m. in room
3D for all male students interested
in Union staff work.
Working at the Union offers
tryouts experience and training in
leadership with an opportunity to
put into practice ideas for im-
proving the campus. Tryouts will
also have the opportunity to meet
University officials and personali-
ties on campus in the course of
their work.
Tryouts will work with the
Union committee of their choos-
ing under the supervision of the
chairman. After one semester of
work the tryout is eligible for a
staff award and for consideration
as a candidate to a junior position
on the Executive Council.
There are five committees open
to tryouts. The Campus Affairs
committee, designed to promote
campus wide activities such as
supervision of homecoming dis-
plays, orientation and student
polls as well as directing univer-
sity day and Union Opera House.
The House committee handles ac-
tivities within the Union such as
bridge tournaments, tutorial serv-
ice and faculty coffee hours.
The Personnel and Administra-
tion committee supervises the of-
fice work while the Public Rela-
tions committee handles publicity
to acquaint students with "what's
new" at the Union. The Social
committee sponsors the Union
Saturday night dances and the
Gulantics all-campus talent show.
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Mortar Board
To GiveDance
Mortar Board, honorary society
for senior women, will present its
annual "payoff" dance from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
League ballroom.
This year entitled "Something
for the Boys," the dance is given
to afford coeds with an opportun-
ity to thank their dates through-
out the year and especially their
J-Hop escorts for their attentions
and expenses.
Decorations will be in a black
and white motif by members of
Mortar Board.
Tickets are priced at $1.80 a
couple and may be purchased
from any member of the society
and at the League.
Informal attire will be worn by
coeds for the event.
RUSHING CHAIRMAN
HAVE YOU ENOUGH
PLEDGE BUTTONS?
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY WHERE
NATIONAL REGULATIONS
PERMIT.
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Place Cards
Pledge Dance ,Programs
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Rm. of the Student Legislature
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SCROLL - Members of Scroll
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League. Room number will be
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UNION OPERA-Both men stu-
dents and coeds who wish to work
on promotions for Union Opera,
which will be held March 26 to 29,
may contact Mark Sandground at
the Union Opera office in the
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