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i WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1954 THE MICHIGAN ,OAILV PAGE)

WAA Board
To Discuss
Petitioning
Mass Meeting To Tell
Duties, Requirements
Of Club Managerships
Twenty-six positions soon to be
vacated by WAA Board members,
will be enumerated at a mass
meeting at 5 p.m. tonight at the
Women's Athletic Building.
Coeds and men interested in
managing co-recreational clubs
are requested to turn in petitions
to the League Undergraduate Of-
fice in Marian Swanson's box. Any
questions students may have about
their petition should be raised at
the meeting today.
* * *
PETITIONS are due Wednes-
day, March' 3.
The executive board is now
composed of a president, vice-
president of student relations,
vice-president of special pro-
jects, co-recreation chairman,
secretary, treasurer, represen-
tative of the Federation of Col-
lege Women, sorority manager,
dormitory manager, l e a g u e
house manager, Daily publicity,
public relations and co-rec tour-
nament manager.
Described by President Marian
Swanson as one of the most iu-
portant cogs in the organization,
the club program is under the di-
rection .of the individual man-
r agers who are also Board mem-
bers.
:THE CLUB manager is respon-
sible for all organization and ad-
ministration of her sport with ex-
ception of instruction. She plans
the schedule of practices, games
and club activities with her club
advisor.
While the reports of past
managers are available in Bar-
bour Gym and the League, stu-
While some clubs are active the
entire year, others disband after
the season is over.
CLUBS OPERATING through-
out the year are the ballet, mo-
dern dance, officials dnd coaches,
camp counselors, bowling, and Mi-
chifish clubs.
Other clubs are badminton, ice
skating, basketball, field hockey,
golf, rifle, tennis and two clubs
inactive this year, archery and
fencing.
The major tournaments run
by the WAA for all women on
campus are handled by the
managers of. the dorm, sorority
and league house division. They
also handle all problems between
the' women in her special divi-
sion and the vice-president in
charge of student relations.
As board members, the student
Will be in close contact with many
of the University traditions.
Honoring senior women, the
WAA each year sponsors Lantern
Night. At this time choral groups
from houses on campus compete
for honors on the Hill Auditorium
stage. The event usually begins
with a line of march led by the
Marching Band.
On years when Michigras is not
held, WAA co-sponsors a special
all-canipus program. In the past
it has been Winter Carnival, Ten-
nis Ball and Skit Night.

-Daily-Dean Morton
EXCHANGE DINNER-Pat LeRoy, newly installed chapter pre-
sident of Delta Delta Delta, greeted independent guests from
Tyler House, East Quad, and Victor Vaughan last night as part
of the traditional Assembly-Panhellenic exchange dinner. Over
300 coeds participated.
Interviewing To Take Place
Monday for Panhel Posts

Petitions for senior positions on
next year's Panhellenic Board a
due at 5 p.m. Friday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Council and non-council posts
are available to sophomores, jun-
iors and seniors. Interviewing for
the positions will take place Mon-
day, March 1. Coeds are requested
to sign up for interviews when
they turn their petitions in to the
Undergraduate Office.
Senior council positions open are
president, first and second vice-
presidents. treasurer and rushing
chairman. Senior posts to be filled
are chairman of rushing counse-
lors, secretary and public relations
chairman, which is also open to
next year's juniors.
The remainder of the positions
are five vacancies on the sec-
retarial committee of the Pan-
hellenic Association.
The first eight posts mentioned,
senior president through junior or
senior public relations chairman,
must be filled by only one person
from each sorority on campus.
These eight positions require pe-
titions as well as interviews, while
the five secretarial posts call for
just interviews.
Paul Bunyan Ball
Tickets for the annual Paul
Bunyan dance, to be held from
8 p.m. to midnight Saturday in
the Union Ballroom, are on sale
all this week at the main desk
in the Union and at the School
of Natural Resources office in
the Natural Science Building.
Priced at $2.25, per couple, the
tickets are also available from
members of the Foresters' Club.

Non-council jobs open to sopho-
mores are rushing assistant and
parliamentarian, which require
both petitions and interviews.
Available senior posts are
rushing chairman, secretary and
public relations chairman, also
open to sophomores.
Jackie Shields, Kappa Delta,
present chairman of counselors,
trains the women under her, helps
edit the rushing booklet, assists in
evaluating the - rushing, guides
rushees and handles rushing reg-
istration. She, . along with her
counselors, is required to disaffil-
iate from her house during rush-
ing.
Secretary of the Panhellenic
Board, Bea Johnson, Alpha Delta
Pi, takes minutes, handles corres-
pondence and keeps the bulletin
board up to date.
The job of public relations
chairman includes handling of all
news coverage, taking charge of
Panhel activities chairmen and
maintaining good relations with
all organizations. The position is
handled by Marlene Jaffa, Sigma
Delta Tau, this year. This post is
open to sophomores or juniors.
The remainder of the sopho-
more positions are five vacp-
cies on the secretarial commit-
tee, under the direction of the
Panhel secretary. Their duties
include keeping all correspond-
ence and preceedings of Panhel
in order and generally helping
the secretary.
Further information may be se-
cured through the president's re-
ports in the League Library on the
third floor of the League.

Junior Posts
To Be Filled
Women Will Petition
For League Positions
Petitions for junior positions are
due at 5 p.m. Monday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Positions for next year's Junior
Girl's Play include chairman, as-
sistant chairman, director, assist-
ant director, secretary, treasurer
and assistant treasurer.
There are also posts open as
chairmen of the committees for
costumes, dance, make-up, music,
program, properties, publicity,
scenery, script, tickets and ushers.
Others are assistant chairmen of
costumes, dance, makeup and pub-
licity, and a choral director, stage
manager and -assistant.
Coeds are also needed as mem-
bers of the following committees:
Dance Class, Community Service,
House, Interviewing and Nominat-
ing, Judiciary, Merit-Tutuorial,
Public Relations and Social. 1
Women on the Dance Classt
Committee supervise the dance1
classes which are held on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday nights,
while the Judiciary Committee re-
views cases concerning infractions
of the rules of women's houses and
dorms.
The Interviewing and Nominat-
ing Committee of the League is ina
charge of the interviewing of those
coeds who are petitioning for po-
sitions on the League. Merit-Tu-
torial committee is entrusted with
a two-fold job.
There are .also three positions
which may be filled by either a
junior or senior. These are chair-
man, secretary and member-at-
large of the League House Judici-
ary.
Information about these posi-
tions may be found from 3 to 5
p.m. each afternoon until Friday
in the Interviewing and Nominat-
ing Room of the League. Presides
reports are also available in the
League Library.
Women may sign up for inter-
views when they hand in their pe-
titions.
Paul McDonough
To Provide Music
At Union Dance
Paul McDonough and his or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing at the semester's second
opening of the "Little Club" from
9 p.m. to midnight Friday in the
North Lounge of the Union.
A familiar figure at Union
dances last semester, McDonough
and his group will play many tunes
from this and last year's Union
Operas, as well as current hits..
Active musically all over cam-
pus, the band includes two vocal-
ists as well as six instrumental
pieces.
For couples who like to "sit one
out" now and then, the cabaret
atmosphere of the dance provides
tables around the dance floor.
Covered with red and white
checkered table cloths and lit by
candles in whiskey bottle holders,
these tables supply a spot where
couples can sit to drink a coke or
just chat.
During intermission, entertain-
ment is being planned to add to
the guests enjoyment.
According to Little Club chair-
man Santo Ponticello, the club is
the ideal place to spend a Friday
evening or as a place to visit after
a movie date.
Open to everyone on campus,
tickets are priced at $1. They are
available at the door.

The Little Club will also be open
three times during the month of
March.

CAROL LEYBOURN

ERLENE OTTO

Leybourn - Kenney
The engagement of Carol Ley-
bourn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Leybourn of Petersburg,
to Donald Kenney, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Kenney of Detroit,
was recently announced.
Miss Leybourn is a junior in the
School of Music, and a member
of Mu Phi Epsilon. She has ap-
peared in Gulantics for the past
two years, and was pianist for
Frosh Weekend and Sophomore
Cabaret.
Mr. Kenney is a senior in the
literary college studying pre-law.
He is the president of the Michi-
gan Crib, and has his own dance
band on campus.
No wedding date has been set.
* t - *
Otto - Kinh

Mr. Hornung is attending Wayne
University, having completed two
years in the armed forces.
.., ,*
Jackson - Newman
The engagement of Ruth Ellen
Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Jackson of Huntington
Mrs. H. L. Jackson of Huntington
Woods, to Robert Newman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Newman of
Detroit, was recently announced.
Miss Jackson graduated in Jan-
uary from the literary college.
Mr. Newman graduated in June,
1950 from the literary college with
a major in speech. He is now
script editor in the University of
Michigan Television Department.
April 11 has been set for the
wedding.
Felhberg - Norwood

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fehlberg
of Stevensville, to Verrill M. Nor-
wood, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Verrill Norwood of Somerville, N.
J., 'was announced.
Miss Fehberg is a senior in the
School of Nursing. Mr. Norwood
received a degree from the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology,
and is now working on a masters
degree in the College of Engineer-
ing.
An early fall wedding has been
planned by the couple.
Raisch - Brunsting
The engagement of Louise
Raisch to Carl Brunsting, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Louis A. Brunsting of
Rochester, Minn., was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Raisch of Birming-
ham.
Miss Raisch is a junior in the

field of elementary education, and
a member of Pi Beta Phi.
Mr. Brunsting graduated from
the University in 1953, and is now
attending Harvard M e d i c a 1
School. He is affiliated with Phi
Eta Sigma, Sphinx, Michigamua,
and Chi Phi.
Cohen - Levinstein
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cohen of
Forest Hills, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Myrna, to Hy Levinstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Levinstein of Iron.
wood.
Miss Cohen is a senior in the
School of Education, and a mem-
ber of Pi Lambda Theta.
Mr. Levinstein graduated last
year from the University's College
of Engineering, and was affiliated
with Tau Beta Pi. He is now serv-
ing in the US Navy in the Medi-
terranean.
A June wedding is planned by
the couple.

Coeds' Engagements Announced by Parents

ELVA WAKEFIELD

NANCY HAVERMALE

The engagement of Erlene Rae
Otto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. On Christmas Day the engage-
G. Otto of Lansing, to Gilbert M. ment of Patricia Felhberg, daugh-
Kinch, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Kinch of Lansing, was recently
announced.
Miss Otto is a freshman in the
School of Music, and a member
of Choral Union.
Mr. Kinch is now serving in the't
U.S. Navy at Newport, R.I.
There has been no date set for
the wedding.
* *
Wakefield - Mark
Elva Wakefield's engagement to
Robert Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Mark of Tawas City, is an-
nounced by her mother, Mrs. Mar-
guerite Wakefield of Detroit.
Miss Wakefield is a graduate of
the University's School of Music.
She now teaches in Detroit, and is
organist - director at St. Paul's
Evangelical and Reformed Church
in Warren.
Mr. Mark is working on a mas-
ter's degree in music education at
the University.
Havermale - Hornung
At a dinner party at the Bloom-
field Hunt Club, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold J. Havermale of Birming-
ham announced the engagement
of their daughter, Nancy Marilyn,
to Edward Hornung, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde E. Hornung of "
Birmingham.
Miss Havermale Is a Junior ma-
joring in speech correction. She is
affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta.

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