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', 1954




New WAA 'President Announced by Board,

Women Help Decide I

Reveals Plans for Next Semester's



Election .. .
Margaret Lord, '55Ed, was nam-
ed new president of the Women's'
Athletic Association yesterday.
Miss Lord has served as a mem-
ber of this year's board in the
capacity of manager of the syn-
chronized swimming club, Michi-
* * *
A RESIDENT of Martha Cook,
s he is active in many other activi-
ties. She served as president of
the Women's Glee Club during the
first semester, a secretary of the
State Methodist Student Move-
ment Council, was treasurer of

Arts Chorale and is a member of
Wyvern, junior women's honorary.
As president of the WAA, Miss
Lord said she hopes to orient
house athletic managers with
the executive board so they will
understand the structure of the
board and national ACFW affil-
She also hopes to evaluate the
calendar and blaxer sale projects.
* * * I
AFTER graduation, Miss Lord
plans to teach mathematics and
continue her swimming interest
by either coaching or teaching the
When asked about her other

hobbies, she said "Swimming is
pretty time consuming now
In conjunction with this inter-
est, she attended a synchronized
swimming workshop sponsored by
the Red Cross and American Uni-
versity Association at Washing-
ton last summer.
* * *
ON SECOND thought, she said
she enjoys camping, spending most
of her summers as a camp coun-
selor and sewing.
The new appointee's home is
in Ypsilanti, although her fam-
ily recently moved to South
Pasadena, California.
Senior members of the WAA
Board selected the president first,
so she would have an opportunity
to select the members of next
year's board.

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* * *


With the opening date of the
new women's million dollar pool
in sight, the Department of Physi-
cal Education recently took a poll
to determine what hours would be
best for women's recreational
Recreational swimming will be
scheduled according to the re-
sults of the poll, taking priority
after swimming, diving and water
safety classes.
* * *
FRESHMEN expressed their
wishes through their physical edu-
cation classes and upperclass
women through their residence
houses. A hand poll was taken
by each of the house athletic man-
Coeds voted by a considerable
margin in favor of weekday eve-
nings. Saturday evenings, Sun-
day afternoons and 4 to 5 p.m.
followed in popularity, in that
order. This direct representa-
tion also gave coeds an oppor-
tunity to make any suggestions
they might have concerning the
scheduling of the pool.
Time will also be given to co-
recreational swimming and to or-
ganizations such as the Michifish,
women's swimming club.
* * *
THE MICHIFISH will have reg-
ular practice hours and will be
able to work out routines in small-
er groups than is now possible.
The women are at present plan-
ning a show for the official dedi-
cation and for the Union Open-
house on March 13th.
Formerly an annual spring
show was held at the I. M. Build-
ing, which has a limited seating
capacity for such shows. This

year the show will be presented
in the new pool. For this pre-
sentation the central commit-
tee works from the suggestions
of the other members to form
possible numbers. From these
the coeds select numbers they
would like to do.
All organizations that plan to
use the new building were kept in
mind while the blue prints were
being drawn. Space and facilities
were allowed for their activities
and for storage of special equip-
* * *
THE LOBBY and second floor
lounge will be a meeting place for
discussions and for planning of
activities. Extra locker rooms have'
been provided for use by male
guests or visiting teams.
From the lounge spectators
have access to the gallery, with
a seating capacity for 700. One
entire wall of the lounge, as

o lri the time!
Po _ Sours_ Start makingour
well as behind the gallery, is New selection of gaily
constructed of plate glass. Plate colored straws.
glass is repeated in the control
room, located behind the diving YARN GOODS
board. YR OD
The loud speaker will beaoper-
ated from here. Music can be =C
conducted below the water line
as well as above for synchronized I .AU 17
swimming. * * YARN SHOP
CAMPUS organizations and oth- 324 East Liberty
er persons who have helped the Open 9 to 6 Closed Saturday
25 years of planning for the pool No 2-7920
come true will be invited to an in-Crot
fonrmal1 open hous~e tobe held Wed-

nesday. Dr.i Margaret Bl Chair-
man of the Department of Physi-
cal Education for Women, is in
charge of arrangements.
As soon as possible after this
open house classes will start in
the new building. Upperclass
women are invited to enroll in
classes that aren't already filled
to capacity.

INTERVIEWING will take place
beginning Monday. Other posi-
tions to be filled are vice-president
of student relations, vice-president
of special projects, co-recreation
chairman, secretary, treasurer,
AFCW representative, sorority-
manager, dormitory manager,
League House manager, Daily
publicity, public relations and co-
rec tournament manager.
Managers will be chosen for
the archery, badminton, base-
ball, ballet, fencing, ice skating,
modern dance, basketball, bowl-
ing, camp counselors, field hock-
ey, golf, michifish, rifle, tennis
and officials and coaches clubs.
New officials of all the above-
mentioned posts will be announced
at Installation Night, April 14.
* * *
Blazers, . .
"Be one of the first to wear an
official Michigan blazer," was the

invitation extended by Paula
Strong, WAA Board member who
is in charge of the jacket sales.
All' students are invited to a
style showing to be presented from
5 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the new
women's swimming pool. At this
time students may try on sample
blazers with bermuda shorts, and
* * *
THE JACKETS may be pur-
chased in either charcoal, grey,
navy blue or white and feature
"the extra pocket" and a gold
Michigan crest. Priced from $22.50
to $26, there will be no extra
charge for gold piping or altera-
tions, Miss Strong said.
Following the showing, a con-
centrated two-day sale will take
place Monday, March 15 and
Tuesday, March 16, at the
Women's Athletic Building.


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RECORD DANCE-All students;
are invited to enjoy an evening of
dancing at the weekly Sunday
Night Record Dance to be held
from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. today in
the Terrace Room of the Union.
Admission is free.
JGP-There will be a JGP pub-
licity contacts meetinguat 2:30
p.m. today at the League.
WAA Basketball Club will play at
4:20 p.m. tomorrow at Barbour
Gym. Newcomers are welcome.
* * *
ton will be played from 7 to 9
p.m. Tuesday at Waterman Gym.
New members may still join the
WAA Badminton Club.
Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the WAB.
* * *
UNION DANCE-"Spring Pre-
lude" will be the theme of the
Union specialty dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in the Union Ballroom. Open to
everyone on campus, the dance
will feature the music of Paul Mc-
Donough and his orchestra. Ad-
mission is priced at $1.50 perI

When students place their or-
ders, a $5 down payment is also,
required, Miss Strong stated. She
said the remainder should be paidJ
when the jackets arrive.
Proceeds from the sale go to
the Women's Athletic Association.!t
Coeds May Apply
For Scholarships
Applications for Ethel McCor-t
mick scholarships are due at1
5 p.m. Friday, March 12, int
the Undergraduate Office of the
The scholarships are given to
women on campus who have
shown outstanding leadership,
scholarship, activities and who
have the financial need.
Three $100 awards will be given'
to University coeds displaying the
above abilities. The winners will
be announced at Installation
Night, April 14.
Ethel A. McCormick, bettert
known as "Miss Mac," is the so-,
cial director of the League. She{
is responsible for coordinating and
supervising all of the many and
varied League activities, but "Miss
Mac" still finds time to listen to
problems, offer guidance and help
to develop women and leaders.
The scholarships have long been
a University tradition, honoring
outstanding coeds on campus.

Campus Groups
To Present Skits
At H illelzapoppin
Skits including comedy and song
will be presented by six groups at
Hillelzapoppin', to be presented at
7:30 p.m. Saturday at Tappan Jun-
ior High School.
The defending champion, a
group of independent women, will
do a satire on current investiga-
tions entitled "Banned in Boston,"
while Zeta Beta Tau, the winner
the year before, will present a skit
concerning "Sheldon."
MEMBERS OF Tau Delta Phi
will present "Snow White and the
Seven Deadly Sins," followed by
"Ive An' Ego," to be produced by
Sigma Delta Tau sorority.
Sigma Alpha Mu will present
"Video Review." The show will
wind up with Adelphi members
and their skit, "That's Our
Tickets for the annual variety
show, priced at $1.20, $1.50 and
$1.80, are now on sale in the lobby
of the League, at the Hillel Build-
ing and by mail order.
* * ,
ORDERS SHOULD be addressed
to the Hillel Foundation at 1429
Hil Street or to Box 140, Alice
Lloyd Hall.
Hillelzapoppin' is the annual
Hillel-sponsored program writ-
ten and acted by Jewish students
on campus.
The show originated seven years
ago as a means of raising funds for
the United Jewish Appeal. Each
year musical skits, complete with
comedy, songs and dance routines,
are presented.

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