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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1954

THE MICHIG~AN DAILY

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Coeds To Petition for Class Posts

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Frosh Weekend...

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Petitions for the central com-
mittee of Frosh Weekend are due
at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Interviewing of women who have
petitioned will be conducted from
3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb.
23 through Friday, Feb. 27 by
members of the Panhellenic and
Assembly boards.
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THE traditional rivalry which
has always existed between the
Maize and Blue teams will again
reign on the diagonal, and at the

floorshows and dances on the eve- Senior Positions
nings of April 16 and 17. Judges i.
will rate the teams on the basis of Among the 22 senior League po-
the decorations, floorshow and sitions, for which petitions are due
prornm design. Wednesday at the Undergraduate
The head positions on the tvr Office, are the chairman of Wom-
teams, Maize and Blue, will be en's Judiciary, Merit-Tutorial, the
filled, making a total of 26 coeds Community Service Committee
who will do the executive plan- and the public relations commit-
ning, 13 on each team. tee.
Positions to be filled are general The chairman of Women's Ju-
chairman, publicity chairman and diciary coordinates the work of
assistant, finance chairman, dec- the council which includes helping
orations chairman and assistant, with the work of the women stu-
floorshow chairman and assistant, dents' self-government and dele-
patrons chairman, programs chair- gating certain disciplinary powers
man, tickets chairman, awards to House Judiciary Councils.
chairman and judges chairman. Antpf+1-ofln. i

'U' Students
Will Travel
To See Play
Students planning to take ad-
vantage of the Union-sponsored
trip to the Detroit showing of "Thej
Moon Is Blue" have only two more{
days to make their reservations.
Scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 21,
the total cost of the evenings en-
tertainment, including transporta-
tion and ticket, has been set at
$3.50.
* * *
RESERVATIONS, may be made
from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and
Tuesday in the first floor student
offices of the Union. Both individ-
ual students and groups are invit-
ed to sign up.
The buses carrying the travel-
ers to Detroit will leave the side
entrance of the Union at 6:30
p.m. next Sunday.

SPORT HIGHLIGHTS:
House Champions Will Vie
For WAA Ping Pong Title

Champions of seven houses will
compete in the annual WAA Ping
Pong tournament beginning this
week.
Games listed by Manager Colleen
Campbell, which must be played
by Wednesday, match Marcia Lu-
beck, Martha Cook; against Lu-
cille Stansberry, Gamma Phi Beta;
and Andy Weinstein, Sigma Delta
Tau; against Carol Schaller, Cou-
zens.
Byes were drawn by Barbara
Silverstein, Jordan; Carol Cun-
ningham, Kappa Delta; Carol Ris-
kin, Vaughan; Clare Taylor, Kap-
pa Delta; Sarah Burroughs, Alpha
Omicron Pi; and Marg Smith,
Gamma Phi Beta.
Players are asked by Miss Camp-

bell to contact each other and set
the times for the matches. The
same rules which governed the
house contests will be used for
tournament games.
Play still continues in the all-
campus basketball tournament. In
games played last week Delta Gam-
ma defeated Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma 17 to 11,
Charity Project
The actives and alumnae of
Alpha Phi sorority will give two
benefit card parties for their
national philanthropic project,
Cardiac Aid, Tuesday afternoon
and evening at the chapter
house, 1830 Hill St.

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Bus. Hrs.
9:30 to 5:30
Mon. thru Sat.

there's news
in the
"custom-look knit"
for spring '54
dO ies

.anoin er iunci Ion o te I aJUic-
iary is to hear cases referred to it
by the House Judiciary Councils,
the League-House Judiciary Coun-
cil and the Women's Panel.
The chairman of the Merit-Tu-
torial Committee has several jun-
ior assistants to help her in ob-
taining lists of tutors for all sub-
jects and recording a list of every
woman student's extra-curricular
activities.
Coordinating all the volunteer
workers on campus is the job of
the Community Service Commit-
tee. This group fills all requests
for short-time volunteer, service
and maintains a file of every wom-
an's community interests and alist
of areas that need volunteers.

-Daily-Dean Morton
BLACK MAGIC - Pharmacy students are shown here compound-
ing a magic potion to sprinkle on dancers at the annual all-campus
Apothecary Ball, "Mortar and Pestle," to be presented from 9
p.m. to midnight, Friday at the League.
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by L.AWREtNCEAf

Students of the College of Phar-
macy will present their annual
Apothecary Ball, "Mortar and
Pestle," from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday in the Vandenberg and
Hussey Rooms of the League.
Tickets for the all campus dance
are $1.50 per couple and may be

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CO-OP COUNCIL - There will
be a meeting of the League, Co-op-
erative House Council at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
* * *
DORM COUNCIL - Assembly
Dormitory Council will hold a'
meeting at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
League.
ASSEMBLY BALL - All inde-
pendent women interested in
working on decorations for Assem-
bly Ball are requested to come to
the Publicity Room of the League
at any time from 7 to 10 p.m. to-
morrow. There will be a meeting
every weekday at these hours.
All independent women interest-
ed in working on publicity are re-
.quested to attend an organization-
al meeting at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow
in the League.
MICHIGRAS - The Petition
Sub-committee of the Michigras
Booths Committee will meet at
7:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Michi-
gras office in the basement of the
Union.

purchased at the College of Phar-
macy office and at the dance.
AMIDST an atmosphere of dec-
orations depicting various phar-
maceutical techniques in the Van-
denberg Room and charactures of
the graduating class in the Hussey
Room, couples will have an oppor-
tunity to dance to the strains of
Paul McDonough and his orches-
tra.
"Dressy" attire is in order for
coeds attending the dance.
Surprise favors contributed by'
one of the country's largest phar-
meceutical houses will be given
to each guest.
PAT PAULING and Dick Allen,
co-chairman of the committee in
charge of the affair stated that the
purpose of the dance is to provide
an all campus event which will
give students in other schools of
the University an insight into the
College of Pharmacy.
Profits from the dance will go
to the University's Fresh Air
Camp.
Last year's dance, "Drachm and
Scruple," proved so successful, Al-
len said, that the students of the
College of Pharmacy instituted it
as an annual affair.
PHARMACY organizations spon-
soring this year's dance are Phi
Delta Chi, Lambda Kappa Sigma
and the American Pharmeceutical
Association.
Assisting Allen and Miss Paul-
ing in making arrangements for
the dance are the co-managers,
Kay Osborn and Jim Richards.
Other members of the committee
include Bruce Gillespie, programs;
Joan Rosenberg, tickets; Dan Kor-
nacki and Sandra Brauman, dec-
orations; Shirley Swinson, patrons
and patronesses; Fred Swart, pub-
licity; and Mona Roesner, favors.

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