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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1954-

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W AA Board Petitioning Opens;
Posts Include Executive Positions

SHADES OF SPRING:
Festivities To Highlight Weekend

Petitioning for managerial and'
executive positions on the Wo-:
men's Athletic Association Board
are now open to scholastically eli-
gible students.
Petitions, which are due March
3 in Marian Swanson's box in the
League Undergraduate O(flice, may
be picked up at Barbour Gym.
TO EXPLAIN the duties of the
posts, Board members will preside
at a mass meeting to be held at 5 a
p.m. Wednesday in the Women's
} Athletic Building.
All women petitioning for
president must be juniors who1
have served one year on the
board. The president presides at
meetings, appoints committees,
appoints committee members
and is general spokesman of the
group.
Two vice-presidents, one in
charge of projects, and the other
in charge of students, assist the

president. As

this year's project

vice-president, Gretchen Meier
automatically assumed the posi-
tion of general co-chairman of
Michigras. The vice-president in
charge of student relations sched-
ules all house athletic manager
meetings and serves as chairman
of all intramural programs.
OTHER EXECUTIVE jobs are
performed by the secretary-treas-
urer, co-recreation chairman, sor-
ority manager, dormitory manager,
league house manager, co-recrea-
tion tournament manager, The
Daily publicity chairman, public
relations chairman and AFCW
representative.
The AFCW representative
keeps the Board informed about
the proceedings and publications
of the Athletic Federation of
College Women..
Either a man or woman is eli-

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gible to manage the co-recreation-
al sport clubs which include riding,
badminton, ice-skating, ballet and
modern dance.
A SPECIAL APPEAL is made by
the current president, Marian
Swanson, to petition for manager
of the archery and fencing clubs.
These groups were inactive this
year because the WAA operates on
the theory that if no one peti-
tions to head a club, interest does
not exist in that sport, so the club
is dropped for the season.
Positions are also available as
bowling manager, field hockey
manager, golf manager, Michi-
fish manager, rifle club mana-
ger, tennis manager, coaches and
officials manager, and camp
counselors manager and basket-
ball manager.
The president will be chosen
first and then will sit in on all the
other interviews. Successful candi-
dates will be notified of their ap-
pointments before Installation
Night this year, Board members
recently decided.
* * *
ONE OF the first jobs of the new
president last year was to attend
the national convention at Stan-
ford University, Palo Alto, Calif.
She also must approve all req-
uisitions and bills, pass all ex-
cuses for absence from board
meetings and submit a final re-
port to the secretary.
Working with each member of
the board and club managers, the
president is acquainted with the
activities of each in order to help
them plan and carry out their
work for the year.
Board members are initiated in-
to the organization at a formal
ceremony attended by old board
members and instructors of the
Women's Physical Education De-
partment.

-Daily-Betsy Smith
SOFT LIGHTS-"Sitting one out" at the "Little Club," which
will be open from 9 p.m. to midnight tonight in the Union, are
Cynthia Stone and Ron Ritzler.
Dance at Union Little Club'
To Feature Cabaret Theme

By SUE LEVINE
With the coming of temporary
spring weather to Ann Arbor, stu-
dents' thoughts are turned from
books and theses to gay costume
parties, record dances, squareI
dancing and a pledge formal.
Couples attending "Mortar and
Pestle," the second annual Apothe-
cary Ball from 9 p.m. to midnight
tonight in the Vandenberg and
Hussey Rooms of the League, will
find themselves surrounded by an
atmosphere of decorations por-
traying various pharmaceutical
techniques.
* * *
PAUL McDONOUGH and his
orchestra, playing numbers from
Union Opera, hit parade tunes and
old favorites, will furnish music for
dancers.
Tickets for the all-campus
dance are on sale for $1.50 per
couple and may be purchased at
the College of Pharmacy office
or at the door.
Dinner will preceed the "Cadu-
ceus Ball" for medical fraternities,
Alpha Kappa Kappa and Phi Rho
Sigma, Saturday night, while the
Michigan State basketball game
will preceed the parties of Chi Psi,
Delta Tau Delta and Kappa Sigma.
* * *
THETA CHI'S and their dates
will dance to the music of Charlie
Brown and his "Ragged Five" at

their "Onion Hop." The house will
be decorated with wild onions with
favors of green onions given to
dates.
Record dances are being plan-
ned by Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma
Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Delta
Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Kappa
Sigma and Psi Upsilon.
Phi Sigma Kappa's will dance
to the band of Jerry Bilik tomor-
row night at their "pirates ball."
It will be a "hoodlum" party with
prizes going to the best-dressed
"hood."
* * *
SIGMA NU is having a "Roman
Toga Party" with appropriate cos-
tumes and decorations. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Shades of Toulouse-Lautrec
will be in evidence at Hindale
House, East Quad "Moulin
Rouge" party with decorations
featuring a French Cafe, a
gambling room and murals along
the walls. The men of Hayden
House, also in East Quad, have
planned an informal party the
same night.
Johnny Hopper and his band
will provide the music for Kappa
Alpha Theta pledge formal Sat-
urday night. Decorations will fea-
ture a false ceiling and refresh-
ments will be served to the couples.

CELEBRATING a "belated" New
Year's Eve party tomorrow night,
the Theta Xi's and their dates will
dance amidst decorations center-
ed around "the anniversary of the
dedication.of the Washington
Monument."
Calling the fast - stepping
square dance of West Quad's
Williams House will be Newt
Loken who will be accompanied
by Russ Jack and his orchestra.
While the Alpha Phi Alpha en-
tertain visiting fraternity broth-
ers from Ohio State University,
members of Alpha Kappa Psi will
honor the basketball team.
Famous couples will provide the
central theme for the Chi Phi's
who will feature Boston Jack Kel-
ly's Red Hot Five as entertainment
at their costume party.
An after the theater party will
be in store for the Sammies, while
members of Phi Delta Theta will
feature Earl Pearson and the Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon's wil listen to
Joe Mazola.

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Beginning this weekend's list of
social events will be the opening,
from 9 p.m. to midnight tonight in
the Borth Lounge of the Union, of
the campus "night spot," the "Lit-
tle Club."
Featuring a cabaret atmosphere
complete with red checkered table-
cloths and candle light, the Union-
sponsored club will be open for the
first time this semester.
ONE OF THEj newer campus
dance bands, the Diplomats, will
play for dancing. Smooth musicin
keeping with the "soft light" set-
ting will be provided by the 4-
piece group.
Including saxaphone, bass,
piano and drums, the band was
organized on campus last fall.
All four members-have had 'pre-
vious dance band experience.
To help couples relax during in-
termission, vocalist Sue Watt will
be on hand with several"popular
selections.
COKES AND pretzels will be
available for hungry dancers. The
Union cafeteria will also be open
during the evening.
According to the committee
in charge of arrangements, the
"Little Club" is a Friday night
"rendezvous" both for couples
who wish to spend the whole
evening dancing and for those
who want someplace to go after
the movies.
Candles in whiskey bottle can-
dle-holders on tables placed
around the dance floor add to the
"night club" atmosphere which
the club features.
Tickets for the "Little Club,"
priced at $1 per couple, will be on
sale at the door.

I Students who do not like to con-
fine their dancing to Friday and
Saturday nights are invited to at-
tend the Sunday Night Record
Dance, scheduled each week from
8:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the Ter-!
race Room of the Union. Admis-
sion is free.

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BASKETBALL BALL-The bas-
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today at Barbour Gym, instead of
at 5 p.m. as previously announced.
- * * *
MICHIFISH-There will be a
rehearsal for all Michifish mem-
bers at 9 p.m. tomorrow at the
Union pool.
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Publicity Room in the League from
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