WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~" WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F~
Coeds May Petition for League,
Frosh Weekend Positions Now
GrouD Adopts New Rules,
Ticket Sales Continue for Jazz Fest
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Frosh Weekend .. . I
Frosh Weekend-a byword with
freshman coeds since orientation
period-today looms larger with
the announcement that petition-
ing is now open for Central Com-
Petitions which are used to
enumerate a candidate's qualifi-
cations and plans for her desired
position may be picked up in the
League Undergraduate Office on
the first floor of the League oppo-
site the elevator.
WHEN students turn in their
petitions, which are due Feb. 17 in
the Undergrad office, they are re-
quested by representatives of As-
senbly Association and Panhel-
lenic Association, event sponsors,
to sign up for interviews which will
take place Feb. 22-27.
Thirteen positions are open on
both the Maize and Blue teams
which compete for a trophy by
putting on a dance on alternate
evenings, making a total of 26
freshman that will do all the ex-
Positions to be filled are general
chairman, assistant general chair-
man, publicity chairman and as-
sistant, finance chairman, decora-
tions chairman and assistant,
floorshow chairman and assistant,
patrons chairman, programs,
chairman,,tickets chairman and
awards and judges chairman.
WHILE IT IS expected that
freshmen may not now know what
# these jobs entail, complete expla-
nations are available on each po-
sition in volumes known as the
President's Reports located in the
League Library on the third floor
aof the League.
These reports are filled out by
past chairmen, who may also be
ralled in order to gain first-hand
information on the posts.
Freshman drew' for teams at
League, Night or registration in
September. New Freshman may
participate in all the festivities
and may choose their team in the
League Undergraduate Office.
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FROSH WEEKEND will be held
April 16 and 17. Although it is ex-
clusively produced by the fresh-
men and promotes class spirit
among them, it is open to the en-
A feature of the weekend is
the lively publicity campaign
engineered by the two teams
which in the past has produced
a dive from the second floor of
the League, a horse on the diag-
onal, and a baseball game on the
Highlight of the dances are the
original floorshows each team ruts
on both evenings.
The Maize team now reigns as
defending champions of the 1953
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Petitions for senior positions in
the League will be due Wednesday,
Feb. 17 in the Undergraduate Of-
fice and women may sign up for
interviews when handing in peti-
Interested women may obtain
t' petitions from house activities
chairmen or in the Undergradu-
ate Office, where old petitions will
be available in the interviewing
and nominating room.
THERE WILL also be old presi-
t: LEAGUE COUNCIL-There will
be a meeting of the League Coun-
cil at 4 p.m. today in the League.
MICHIGRAS-All students who
signed up for the parade commit-
tee at the mass Michigras meeting
are requested to attend a meeting
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Un-
Thecentral committee will meet
at 7 p.m. today in the League.
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ASSEMBLY BALL - Assembly
Ball decorations committee will
hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. today
in the publicity room of the Lea-
gue. The committee urges all inde-
pendent women to attend.
Joint Personnel Committee re-
quests all activity presidents to
submit their personnel calendars
to the IHC Office today in Rm. 3D
in the Union.
dents' reports on file in the League
library and counselors will be'
available in the interviewing and
nominating room from 3 to 5 p.m.
daily for coeds who wish to know
more about the positions.
Positions open include presi-
dent, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer of the League,
chairman and secretary of inter-
viewing, chairman and finance
chairman of dance classes and
one senior captain,
Other posts open are chairman
of Merit-Tutorial, chairman, social
chairman and booth chairman for
orientation, Chairman, secretary
and social chairman of transfer
orientation and chairman of
Senior women are also needed to
fill the posts of chairman of the
community s e r v i c e committee,
house committee, public relations
committee, social committee and
special projects committee.
Additional information may be
obtained from Katie Wakeman at
NO 3-4089 or 3-5713.
All coeds interested in join-
ing the Women's Staff of the
Daily are urged to attend one
of the tryout meetings which
have been scheduled for 7:15
p.m. today and 4:15 p.m. tomor-
row at the Student Publications
Building. No previous writing or
publications experience is re-
At the meeting of the Women's
Senate yesterday, several motions
were presented by the chairman of
the Committee on Rules and Reg-
ulations, and passed by the group.
The first proposal was that reg-
ular meetings will be held at 4
p.m. the first Monday of every
month, to facilitate passing infor-
mation on to women at house
meetings, which usually take place
the same evening. Therefore the
next meeting will take, place on
Secondly, the individual commit-
tees will have meetings during
the second week following, to take
care of any problems coming up
in between regular sessions. Other
meetings will be called as neces-
Also decided was the proposal
-- - " Tickets for the Stan Kenton
C onferenceFestival of Modern Jazz" are on
Con e ren cesale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
_ _ _ through Friday at Hill Auditorium.
All seats are reserved.
tunexcused absences to The jazz concert, with Stan
two per year and excused absences Kenton and his orchestra as hosts,
to four per year. Any house hav- will feature five other top enter-"
ing a delegate exceeding either of tainers in two performances at
these is requested to replace her. tiesntw prfmacs t
Members are to ask the chairmen 7 15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Friday.
of the committees to be excused, The festival, sponsored by Panhel-
anto mmrytosedeptabementsedlenic Association and Inter-Frater-
and to try to send replacements. nity Council, will be the first musi-
A Career Conference Day to cal program of its kind this semes-
take place in the spring has been ter.o
suggested by the Education Com- * * *
mittee. Professors in liberal arts, CO-CHAIRMEN for the "Festi-
men from various occupations, and CO-CHAdRMErthJz" e
coeds will discuss employment op- val of Modern AmericanJazz" are
portunities and salaries. Laura Hoffman of Panhel and
TheSente as assd ot ges-Frank Vick of IFC. They are as-
The Senate has passed out ques
tionnaires to the presidents of the sisted by Nancy Briggs, secretary.
women's residences, concerning the - June Howe will see that the
number of later permission nights ushers are in their designated
for the spring semester, use of spots for the performance. Gen-
rooms in the League, and know- eral publicity chairman is Mar-
ledge of the League's activities. sha Booth, while John Calvin
has charge of radio publicity;
Mary Mullens. posters, assisted
by Bill Minor and Marilyn Mil-
ler, Daily publicity.
The Erroll Garner trio. "Dizzy"!
Gillespie, Charlie Parker and Can-
dido will be featured along with
vocalist June Christy and the 20-
piece Kenton orchestra.
STAN KENTON, who is current-j
ly on nation-wide tour, recently
appeared at Lansing and the Ma-
sonic Temple in Detroit. Kenton
has been on the nation's top re-
cording scene since 1950. His lat-
est records have bee ndesigned for
Kenton will present 20 instru-
mentalists, among whom will be
alto saxophonist Lee Konitz,
trumpet Conte Candoli, trom-
bonist Frank Rosolino, drummer
Stan Levey and guitarist Sal
Salvodore plus many others.
June Christy. who has appeared
often with the Kenton orchestra
will star as vocalist for the com-
ing performance at the University.
The "Festival of Modern Ameri-
can Jazz" will also feature Charlie
("Yardbird") Parker, with his alto
saxophone and the Erroll Garner
Candido, who hails from Regale,
Cuba. will.give a demonstration of
rhythm-making in the present day
with his bongo drums. "Dizzy"
Gillespie, the well-known trumpet
stylist will also appear on the pro-
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