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tSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 192 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGER

WAA Board Positions, Duties
To Be Explained at Meeting
Posts Open Include Managers of Sport Clubs;
Interested Women Invited To Attend Today

Board members of WAA will be
on hand at 5 p.m. today in the
lounge of the WAB for a mass
meeting of all women interested
in petitioning for board positions
, for the coming year.
Questions concerning writing
petitions, interviewing; posts open
and duties of the various positions
will be discussed at the meeting.
THIS WILL give every petition-
er an opportunity to meet and
talk with all the members of the
executive board and the mana-
gers of the sport clubs.
Petitions may be obtained in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League, WAB and Barbour
Gym, and copies of old petitions
are available in the League.
Petitions are due on March 4
and interviewing will begin on
March 5 and continue until March
14.
* * *
APPLICANTS mu s t comply
with t h e University eligibility
rules, and besides writing a peti-
tion they must be interviewed by
senior members of the WAA
Board.
A person may petition for a
total of three positions, two of
which may be executive offices.
In order to petition for presi-
dent, the applicant must have
served at least one year on the
board and be a second semesterl
junior at the time of petitioning.
BESIDES THE offices of presi-
dent, two vice-presidents, secre-

tary and treasurer, whose duties
were discussed in a previous arti-
cle in the Daily, there are 8 other
positions on the executive board
and 18 sport managers.
Other positions on the board
are AFCW representative, par-
ticipation chairman, sorority
manager, dormitory manager,
league house manager, co-rec-
reational chairman, public rela-
tions chairman and Daily pub-
licity manager.
Co-recreational sports mana-
gers, whose positions are now
open to petition, are ballet, ice
skating, folk and 'square dance,
modern dance and town and coun-
try.
* * *
THESE POSTS are open to
both men and women petitioners.
Eligible women may petition
for the posts of managers of
any of the WAA coed sport
clubs.
Included in this group of clubs
are badminton, basketball, bowl-
ing, camp counselors, fencing,
field hockey, golf, michifish, of-
ficials and coaches, rifle, softball,
tennis and riding.
Women, and also the men, who
are petitioning for the positions,
will be expected to have a general
knowledge of WAA as an organi-
zation and all its activities.
Correction
Informal rushing will end on
Friday instead of on Feb. 29 as
stated in yesterday's Daily.

New Students
To Be Feted
At Reception
International Center
Schedules Welcome;
Chinese Tea Planned
RECEPTION ... Newly arrived
foreign students on campus will
be given an official welcome at
the International Center's annual
Spring reception at 8 p.m. Satur-
day in the Rackham Building.
Students will be received by
President Hatcher, the Board of
Governors and the Council of
Foreign Students as they enter
the reception line.
Informal record dancing and
refreshments will round out the
entertainment planned for the
evening.
Invitations to all foreign stu-
aents on campus as well as mem-
bers of the faculty and interested
people in the community have
been extended.
Representative student groups
on campus including Student Leg-
islature, Panhellenic Association,
the Union and League have also
been invited to attend the recep-
tion.
The International Center gives
welcoming parties each semester
as part of their program to make
foreign students feel at home on.
campus and to promote better
relations between the foreign and
American students.
TEA ... Mr. David Adeney, re-
turned missionary from China,
will be the guest speaker at an
informal discussion and tea to be
given for Chinese students from
7:30 to 9 p.m. today at the Inter-
national Center.
The tea, sponsored by Michigan
Christian Fellowship, is open to
all Chinese students.
The guest speaker worked for
a number of years in China as a
missionary. After a time in the
United States, he returned to
China and served there for four
years under Inter-Varsity Chris-
tian Fellowship.
Mr. Adeney traveled extensive-
ly in China, working with student
groups, until the Communist oc-
cupation of Shanghai in 949. He
then returned to Shanghai and
worked exclusively with the Chin-
ese students in 20 universities and
colleges in the Greater Shanghai
area.
Mr. Adeney will show slides of
Chinese universities and students
which he took during his work
there.
Meeting To Form
JGP Committees
A mass meeting of Junior Girls'
Play will be held in the League at
8 p.m. today. Everyone interested
in working on the costumes,
stunts, makeup, stage, props, or
scenery committees is urged by
the central committee to attend.
All those who signed up for
committee work before may work
on another committee, also.
No previous experience or spe-
cial talent is needed.
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Scroll will present Bob Leopold
and his Ann Arbor Alley Cats in
"Jazz Jamboree No. 2" from 9 till
11 p.m. tomorrow night in the
League Ballroom.
Proceeds of the concert, spon-
sored by the honorary society for
senior affiliated women, will go to
a Panhellenic scholarship fund.
This is the second jazz concert
to be given at the University. By
popular acclaim Don Herman will
again MC and relate the history
and stories about jazz.
Selections such as "Alexander's
Ragtime Band," "When the Saints
Come Marching In," and "She'll
Be Coming Around the Mountain"
will be enjoyed in the informal at-
mosphere provided by tables,
chairs and cokes.
Bob Shanahan will play the
trombone in the "tailgate" tradi-
tion of New Orleans.
This style of music received its

name in New Orleans when the:
tailgate was removed from trucks
which carried bands to make room
for the trombonist and his instru-
ment.
In addition to posters, programs,
which are duplicates of those to be
given at tle concert, have been
distributed in the residence halls
on campus.
Bob Leopold, who has played at
numerous campus events, special-
izes in jazz, although the concert
music will be varied from Dixie-
land to swing and vocals.
Tickets which are 50 cents a
person or 75 cents a couple can
be purchased at the door.

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GRUESOME TWOSOME-Vera Simon and Max Emshwiller wave
to talent scouts as they assume a pose for their humorous inter-
pretation being featured in the Gulantics talent revue on Sat-
urday night in Hill Auditorium.
MYSTERIOUS THREE:
Gulantics Show To Feature
FacultyTrio, Other Talents

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Coed Petitions
Due atLeague
Petitions for League sophomore
positions will be due at 5 p.m. Fri-
day, Feb. 29, in the League Under-
graduate Office.
All freshmen women are eli-
gible to apply for these posts which
include three positions on the In-
treviewing and Nominating Com-
mittee, six positions on the Judi-
ciary Committee and four captains
for the League dance classes.
Central committee posts for So-
phomore Cabaretare also avail-
able. In the business division these
include general chairman and her
assistant, secretary and her as-
sistant and finance chairman and
her assistant.
Chairmenships are also open on
the following committees: decora-
tions, hostess, programs, publicity,
refreshments, special booths and
tickets.
Assistants will be appointed to
the decorations, publicity, special
booths and ticket chairmen.
The floorshow committee will
consist of a floorshow director and
assistant, stage manager and as-
sistant, an ushering committee
chairman and a chairman of the
script committee.
Chairmen and assistants will al-
so be chosen for the dance, cos-
tume, make-up and music com-
mittees.

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An element of mystery shrouds
the coming Gulantics production
as the sponsors of the show re-
veal that a surprise faculty trio
consisting of one dean, one pro-
fessor and one faculty "coed" will
be featured on the program.
"Who are the members of the
faculty that make up the mys-
terious three?" will be a question
that will be whispered all over
campus, but only answered at 8
p.m. Saturday night in Hill Audi-
torium.
LAST YEAR the surprise facul-
ty act starred Dean Walter B.
Rea, Professor Preston W. Slosson
and Glen V. Edmonson of the En-
gineering department in a parody
on the ballet.
Talent from all over North
and Central America has been
gathered to make Gulantics the
top talent show on Campus.
Vera Simon and Max Emsh-
willer are slated to do a humor-
ous interpretation.
Delores Lowry of the Gambea
in the Canal Zone will be the fea-
tured soprano in a semi-classical
role while Robin Renfrew will pre-
sent the other extreme as a sing-
ing comedienne.
CAROL LEYBOURNE, '55, a.
recent National 4H talent contest
winner will give a humorous but
classical p i a n o demonstration.
Miss Leybourne will also make an
appearance on television in De-
troit on. March 9.
A vocal quintette, four men
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and a coed, composed of Bob
McGrath, Dave Calahan, Dick
Frank, Ara Berberian and Joan
Robinson will also enter into
the competition for the three
cash prizes.
"This is the biggest variety
show put on here at Michigan"
says Frank, chairman 'of the pro-
duction. "Don't miss it."
WAA Notices
Modern Dance-There will be
no regular meeting of the Modern
Dance Club today. Members will
be going to Ypsilanti for a master
lesson from Charles Weidman. The
lesson will be conducted from ' :30
to 9:30 p.m. today. Members wish-
ing to attend may sign for trans-
portation in Barbour Gym. The
charge for the trip is $1. The
workshop scheduled from 3 to 5
p.m. tomorrow will be held.
** *.
Basketball-Any women inter-
6sted in playing basketball may
attend the organizational meeting
of the WAA Basketball Club at 4
p.m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym.
Everyone should be dressed for a
game.
Fencing-Beginning and advan-
ced fencers are welcome to attend
the organizational meeting of the
WAA sport club, which will be
held at 5 p.m. today in the base-
ment of the WAB.
Michifish-Tryouts for Michi-
fish will be held from 9 to 10 a.m.
Saturday in the Union Pool. There
will be approximately 10 openings
in the swimming club to be filled
by women with above average
swimming ability. A knowledge of
all strokes is required and further
requirements may be obtained
from Barbara Beckley, manager
of the club.

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