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Monday Deadline, Set

T H E W T-I ETAN flA T Y PA~P 'aim3


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To File WAA Petitions
Coeds May Pick Up Petition Blanks This Week;
Twenty-Three Executive Posts Will Be Filled

Petitions for all posts on the
board of the Women's Athletic As-
sociation will be due at 5 p.m.
Monday in the League Undergrad-
uate Office.
These petitions are now avail-
able at the Women's Athletic
Building, Office 15, Barbour Gym-
nasium and the League Under-
graduate Office.
EXECUTIVE positions. open in-
clude vice-president in charge of
' projects, vice-president in charge
of student relations, secretary and
treasurer. The duties of these of-
fices were explained in an earlier
article in The Daily.
Another executive post open
is that of AFCW representative.
The duties of this officer in-
clude keeping the board ac-
quainted with the publications
and proceedings of the Athletic
Federation of College Women.

She also contributes articles and
information about the activities of
the University organization to
the national board and assists
with the WAA bulletin board dis-
SORORITY, dormitory and
league house managers will be ap-
pointed. Joyce Dudkin, Marian
Swanson and Pat Texter filled
these posts this year.
One of the major intramural
tournaments sponsored by the
WAA is handled by each of these
women. Other duties include
handling all problems between
the women in her special divi-
sion and the vice-president in
charge of student relations.
Elaine Kihen served as this
year's public relations chairman.
She is in charge of publicizing all
WAA activities and, in addition,
is responsible for the WAA bulle-
tin boards.
* * *
ONE OF THE newer posts on the
board is that of chairman of co-
recreation. She serves as co-or-
dinator of all the co-rec activi-
ties and is the clubs' representative
to the board.
A Daily publicity manager.

Open House
Will Be, Held
By Hatchers
'Psurfs' Will Provide
Musical Entertainment
For Students, Faculty
Informality will prevail at the
first Hatcher Open House of the
semester to be given from 4 to 6
p.m. tomorrow in the President's
While residents of Theta Xi,
Martha Cook, Alpha Phi and the
Lawyer's Club are especially in-
vited to take part in the program,
everyone on campus is welcome.
Fresh from their appearance at
Gulantics, the "Psurfs," a triple
quartette plus one of the law stu-
dents, will render several of their
unusual arrangements.
Hostesses and hosts from the
League and Union will be on hand
to greet guests and take them on
a tour of the President's house,
the oldest building on campus.
Originally built in 1841, the
Hatchers remodeled the white
stucco building before establish-
ing residency.
While attending the open
house, hungry students will have
a chance to nibble on fancy cakes
and cookies, while drinking a cup
of tea or coffee.
As at past events, housemothers
and wives of faculty members will
Housemothers slated to preside
at the tea table tomorrow are Mrs.
John Echkart from Alpha Phi,
Mrs. Leona Diekema of Martha
Cook and Mrs. Inez Bozorth,
housemother at the Law Quad.
Five wives of faculty members,
Mrs. Walter Nungester, Mrs. Glenn
McGeoch, Mrs. Emil Weddige,
Mrs. Leo Goldberg and Mrs. Al-
fred Lovell will also pour.
Sponsored by the League, the
President's open houses have be-
come a tradition on campus and
are usually held twice a semester.
In urging students to attend the
open house, Marilyn Hey, gen-
eral chairman of the affair stated,
"In a University this size, it is
unusual for students to meet and
talk with the president and his
wife on such an informal basis."

Basketball Tourney
Months of competition will be
climaxed tonight when final games
are played in the "A" and "B"
rounds of the all-campus women's
basketball tournament.
Angell I will meet Pi Beta Phi I
in the "B" tournament finals at
7:10 p.m., with Mosher I chal-
lenging Couzens III at 8 p.m.
Both games will be played in
Barbour Gym. The Mosher team,
captained by Rita Pieron, de-
feated an Alpha Xi Delta team
40 to 25, to gain its place in the
Couzens defeated Angell 32 to
23' in their semi-final game. Cap-
tain of the Couzens team is Mar-
garet Saferian.
In the."B" tournament, Angell
conquered Jordan, 27 to 13 to cap-
ture its finals berth. In their semi-
final game, Pi Beta Phi won over
Barbour, 28 to 8.
* *: *
Ballet Club ..
One of eight co-recreational
clubs sponsored by WAA is the
Ballet Club, which will hold its re-
organizational meeting at 7:15
p.m. today in Barbour Gym Dance
Intermediate classes will begin
at 7:15 p.m. with beginners' classes
scheduled for 8:15 p.m.
* *1 *
ALL MEMBERS will work on
technique and composition during
the semester. More advanced stu-
dents will have an opportunity to
try their skill at choreography.
The club has already begun
work on a program for the In-
ter-Arts Festival.
In past years, the club has also
Square Dance
Square dance enthusiasts are
invited to attend a square dance
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. tonight in
the basement of Lane Hall. The
dance is presented weekly as a
part of the recreation program
of the Student Religious Asso-

worked out programs to be pre-
sented before the public. A holi-
day dance program was given last
semester in conjunction with the
Mddern Dance Club, a'nother WAA
co-recreational club.
Vera Simon is managing the
club's activities this year.
Folk and Square Dance
"Swing your partner" will be a
familiar phrase sounded at the re-
organizational meeting of the co-
recreational Folk and Square
Dance Club, to'be held from 8 to
10 p.m. tomorrow in WAB.
Instruction will be provided for
beginners, and both men and wom-
en are welcome.
* * *

Basketball Tournament To End Tonight;
Two Co-recreation Clubs To Reorganize

Men and women in the club
are also provided with the oppor-
tunity to try out their ability
at calling. Professional callers
are also furnished by the club
to call the "allemand left and a
grand right and left."
The Folk and Square Dance Club
has sponsored many activities in
the past including a Thanksgiving
Eve party, exhibition performances
at the Intramural Building and
dances honoring groups on cam-

Fencing Club
There will be a meeting of
the women's Fencing Club at
5:10 p.m. today in WAB. Coeds
must have had some experience
in fencing to be eligible for
membership in the club.

THE CLUB meets weekly
provides its members with
chance to practice folk, square;
round dances.


ron acs

League Adds
New Books
To Library

Thirty-six new books have been who is responsible for publiciz-
added to the League Library, ing all WAA activities in The
which is located on the third floor Daily, will also be appointed.
ofA the re"aguue.fo Managers will be selected for
Among them are "Requiem for the eight co-recreation clubs spon-
aen Nuny," by ulnr; "Gi- sored by the WAA. These include
ant," by Edna Ferber and "The badminton, ballet, folk and square
Loved and the Unloved" by Man- dancing, ice skating, modern
dance, riding, softball and town
riac. and country clubs.
These books were donated by nr .u.
the Mary Bloom Manning Memor- BOTH MEN and women are
ial Fund. BT E n oe r
Non-fiction books recently re- eligible to petition for these posi-
ceived include "Modern American tions.
and British Poetry," compiled by Coeds will be appointed as
Louis Untermeyer, and a three managers of the basketball,
volume series of "History of Mo- bowling, camp counselors, field
dern Painting," by Spira. hockey, golf, Michifish, coachesj
Besides a collection of over 3500 andofficials, rifle and tennis
books, the Library has many cur- clubs.
rent magazines, biographies and Each sports club manager is
reference materials available. responsible for all organization and
The carpeted floor and old- adminstration of her sport with
fashioned fireplace add to the in- the exception of instruction. She
formal atmosphere of this room. . plans the schedule of practices,
Women may wear jeans and prop games and club activities with her
their stockinged feet on the fur- club advisor.
niture. Smoking is not permitted,' *
however. MANY University traditions are
Although the library is open connected with the WAA. The
only to women, coeds and their huge Michigras carnival, held ev-
dates may study at the desks on ery two years, is presented by the


-Daily-Betsy Smith
23 SKIDOO-One of the many dance steps practiced by the
League dance classes is the Charleston. Tickets for the singles
and couples classes, which start March 3, 4 and 5, are on sale
from 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow in the League. A mass
meeting for women interested in signing up for the singles classes
will be held tomorrow.
Campus Women's Groups
To Hear Marine Officers
By PAT TEXTER ers will give a short talk followed
Women who are interested in by a question and answer period.
becoming officers in the Marine They will be available for per-
Corps will have an opportunity to sonal interviews tomorrow and
hear Lt. Cecilia Corcoran and Sgt. may be contacted by calling Rm.
Phyllis Shriener talk on women 21 in the League.
in the services today and tomor- Yesterday Sgt. Shriener spoke
rowbefore the ouse Presidents' meet-
Sgt. Shriener will present her
views today at the meeting of the ing. She emphasized that "a wo-
Panhellenic Board at 5:00 p.m. man in order to qualify as a can-
with Lt. Corcoran speaking at the didate for the summer training
meeting of the League Council at program should be a sophomore,
5:00 p.m. tomorrown junior, or senior in college be-
Phyllis Kaufman, president of tween the ages of 19 and 26."
the League, emphasized that these "But," she added, "any college
meetings are open to all women graduate is eligible for the train-
who are interested. Both speak- ing program, which is 12 weeks

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the third floor concourse of the
League or in the coed library,
which is located in the Hender-
son Room.
The coed library is open at all
time; however the League Library
is open only at specified times.{
Weekdays the hours are from 9
a.m. to noon, 1 to 5 p.m. and 7 to
10 p.m. On Sundays the room is
open from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10
p.m. It is not open on Saturdays.

board in conjunction with the
This year, the two groups will
co-sponsor a Spring Weekend,
scheduled for Friday and Satur-
day, March 27 and 28. This event
has been planned to take the
place of such festivities as Win-
ter Carnival and Tennis Ball,
which the two organizations
have presented in the past.
The WAA also sponsors the an-
nual Lantern Night program,

Applications for- the annual scroll
Scholarship are available in the
League Undergraduate Office.
Any affiliated junior woman is
eligible to apply for the $100 scho-
larship which is given on the basis
of leadership, character, service
and need.
To apply, a coed needs only to
fill out an application blank and
turn it in by Monday in the'Un-
dergraduate Office.
* * *
ond in a series of weekly bridge
l*"so s will hphald"ni'h i t+h

Those coeds who are still in
school will take two six week
courses over the period of two
summers, making it possible for
them to be commissioned imme-
diately upon graduation.
Seniors and college graduates
will complete all twelve weeks in
one summer.
Sgt. Shreiner pointed out that
an applicant for the program
must also pass a strict physical
examination and receive a recom-
mendation from the procurement
officer of the area. For this rea-
son women in this area should
personally contact Lt. Corcoran if
they wish to enter the summer
training course.
She went on to say that "in
order to get your commission, you


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League. Beginners will meet from o g roeadsnl.
7 to 8:30 p.m. to learn the funda-r Summing up her experience in
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