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FEBRUARY 19, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Military Ball
Will Feature
Fred Netting
ROTC Units Announce
Committee Chairmen
For Traditional Dance
Serving as chairman of this
year's Military Ball which will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 7 in the Union Ballroom
is Dave Horst.
Working with him on the cen-
tral committee are Bruce Sodee
in charge of publicity, assisted by
Russ Vance; with Jim Harsant in
charge of decorations assisted by
Bill Fisher, Phil Van Houtten,
and Kit Hough.
Jim McNally is finance chair-
man while Bill Polluth is tickets
and programs chairman. Acting
as advisors are Major Rippee, Lt.
Van Holt and Lt. Jordan of the
army, navy and air force respec-
tively.
Fred Netting and his orchestra
from Detroit will play for the an-
nual dance sponsored by the
ROTC units on campus. Styling
his music after the playing of
Ralph Flanagan and Glen Miller,
the Netting group features Judy
Claire as vocalist. She may be
heard daily over a Detroit radio
station.
Connected with radio stations
for several years doing arranging
and composing work, Netting then
organized his own orchestra for
which he also does the arrange-
ments. Netting had played previ-
ously with the Tony Pastor band
as a featured saxaphonist.
The orchestra has played for
major college dances in the De-
troit area in addition to ballrooms
in Detroit itself.
Traditionally open to members
of the ROTC units on campus,
members of the National Guard
and reserve officers may also at-
tend the dance.
Seniors and juniors may pur-
chase tickets from officers* and
members of the central committee
until tomorrow when the sales
will also be opened to underclass-
men. Tickets are also available
at the military offices.

PROSPECTIVE PETITIONERS:
WA A Board To Hold Mass Meeting

All women interested in peti-
tioning for positions on the board
of the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, may attend the mass meet-
ing to be held at 5 p.m. Thursday
in the WAB.
Petitions, which will be due on
March 4, may be abtained at the
League, Barbour Gym or the
WAB.
HEADING the last of positions
open on the WAA Board is the
office of president, which is held
by Abby Funk this year.
The president's duties, as out-
lined in theby-laws of the WAA
constitution, consist of presid-
ing at all meeting of the Board
and the Association, being an
ex-officio member of all com-
mittees, and appointing all spe-
cial committees.
Other duties of the president
are approving all requisitions and
bills, passing on all excuses for
absences from Board meetings,
submitting a final report to the
Secretary, and performing all
other duties incident to the office.
THE PRESIDENT must also be
acquaintedwith each board mem-
ber's duties in order to help her
plan and carry out her work for
the year.
Working in close contact with
Miss Marie Hartwig, WAA fac-
ulty advisor in order to provide
instruction in the various sports
and encourage participation are
also duties of the president.
In addition to being a senior,
the woman petitioning for the
office of president must have
served one year on the board.
NEXT IN LINE of the WAA
officers come two vice-presidents.
Pat Smith is serving as vice-
president in charge of projects
this year, while Ruth Spillman
holds the office of vice-presi-
dent in charge of student rela-
tions.
Duties which are to be per-!
formed by the vice-president in
charge of projects, consist of per-
forming all duties in the absence
of the president, being social

chairman and assisting the presi-
dent with the clubs.
OTHER DUTIES are serving as
general chairman of the Annual
Spring Project, which is Michi-
gras this year, and assisting with
any money making projects.
The vice-president in charge
of student relations performs
all duties in the absence of the
president and vice-president in
charge of special projects.
She is also manager of the
athletic managers' club, serves as
chairman of all intramural pro-
grams, is chairman of the fresh-
man orientation week program
and assists the president with the
clubs.
* * * -
THE POSITION of secretary,
which is held this year by Beverly
Howell, is open to any interested
woman.
Duties of the office consist of
keeping accurate minutes and
records of all meetings of the
Association, keeping a record of
the attendance of all board

members and notifying all
members of meetings in ad-
vance.
The secretary shall also conduct
all regular correspondence per-
taining to the Asociation, collect
reports from all members and file
them and have charge of all prop-
erties of the Association.
* * *
BETTY COMSTOCK is serving
as treasurer of the WAA this year
Her duties, and those of the new
officer, consist of being responsi-
ble for presenting all bills to the
Dean of Students office for pay-
ment and being responsible for al
funds of the Association.
Other duties of the Treasurer
are making out all requisitions for
funds, keeping a record of al
money transactions, having a
financial report available at al
meetings, presenting the budget
to the new board and checking
the books of each club member.
Duties of the other members of
the WAA board will be discussed
in the following article in the
Daily.

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ion all-campus photography contest. All men interested in the
contest should bring entries to the Union Student Offices by 5
p.m. tomorrow. The pictures should be black and white with the
minimum size of 8x10. Five and three dollar prizes will be awarded.
'KAFFEEKLATSCH':
Students Talk, Renew Energy
OverFriendly Cup o Coffee'

Badminton Club To Sponsor
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By LIZ BARBER
"How about a cup of coffee?'
These words have become the
password to a tradition that has
become popular all over the coun-
try in every phase of industry
and in every school.
Here on Michigan's campus
the students have taken up the
habit with an avidness that even
outdoes the old time coke break.
LOCAL restaurants, snack bars
and cafeterias make most of their.
beverage income from the enor-
mous amount of coffee consumed
each day by students, faculty and
townspeople.
Union Opera
Women typists interested in
devoting about six hours a
week to secretarial work for
Union Operaare asked to see
Pat Heck between 3 and 5 p.m.
today in Rm. 3-G, Union.

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The coffee date has become
one' of the favorite ways to
meet the blind date that is set
for the weekend. Over the in-
formal atmosphere, the ice is
easily broken and conversation
usually comes easily and casu-
ally.
Old friends can arrange coffee
hours to get together and catch
up on all the local gossip of their
respective clans. It's a good way
to keep in contact with people
that live across campus.
EVEN FACULTY members have
taken up the habit of holding in-
formal class meetings in the
League, or anyone of the many
restaurants on campus.
In this way a much friendlier
relationship is established be-
tween teacher and pupil and a
variety of subjects can be dis-
cussed that otherwise might not
be brought up in class.
Actually, the coffee habit is a
reform of what used to be con-
sidered a time wasting habit. It
comes originally from the home-
maker's old-fashioned "kaffeek-
latsch", which included coffee,
conversation and relaxation.
- *.*
PSYCHOLOGISTS and physi-
cians have agreed that this coffee
break reduces fatigue, both men-
tal and physical, and increases ef-
ficiency.
If this be true, the student now
has a legitimate excuse for cut-
ting that nine o'clock class to go
to get a cup of coffee-"so I can
make it through the rest of the
day without falling asleep."
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now ready at
the Administration Building
Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30-4:30
After Saturday at Burr Patterson & Auld

SCROLL-There will be a meet-
ing of Scroll at 7:15 p.m. today in
the League for all members who
missed the meeting last Thurs-
day.
* * *
PANHELLENIC-Meeting of the
Panhellenic Association will be
held at 4:30 p.m., today in the
League. Beverly Clarke, president
of Panhel, requests as many mem-
bers as possible to attend. Rush-
ing and other important business
will be discussed.
ATHLETIC MANAGERS-There
will be an Athletic Managers
meeting at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the WAB. Ruth Spillman re-
quests that all managers attend
in order to discuss the badminton
tournament and game cancella-
tions.
* * *
RIFLE CLUB-There will be a
meeting of the WAA Rifle Club at
7:30 p.m. today in the WAB.
* * .,

Women wishing to participate
in the all-campus badminton
tournament, sponsored by the
WAA Badminton Club, mut turn
their names into their house ath-
letic managers, according to Mar-
ian Swanson, club manager.
The deadline for turning in
names is 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
house athletic managers' meeting.
Beginning this Saturday, the
tournament will continue for the
next two or three following Sat-
urdays. Play will take place from
i to 5 p.m. on these days.
The tournament will be con-
ducted by means of elimination.
Each woman must win two out of
three games from her oppenent
in order to continue in the tour-
nament.
The all-campus champions will
be announced before spring vaca-
tion. Last year's winner was Jean
Mallory and Sue Huber was run-
ner-up.
Women students should have
satisfactory Health Service ratings
SBA To Hold
Iaw' Dance
The Student Bar Association
will sponsor the "Chancellor's
Court" dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday at the Ann Ar-
bor Veterans of Foreign Wars
Club.
Tickets will be available to all
law students at $2.50 apiece. Gen-
eral chairman of the dance,
Dwight Vincent, '54L, emphasized
that special arrangements have
been made to allow minors in the
VFW Club.
According to Vincent the theme
of the dance will be "The Death
of the Canned Briefs."
Members of the Student Bar
Association, a Law School service
organization, wil be given a 10 per

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The ability to play expert bad-
ninton is not absolutely necessary
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COFFEE HOUR-A cup cof-
fee and friendly conversation are For Coed Staff
slated for the Union student-fac-CS
ulty free coffee hour with the Women interested in working
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The coffee hour gives students day in the League.
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