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THE MICHIGAN !DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1955

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GALA AFFAIRS CALENDARED:
Numerous Social Activities
Promised for New Term

Coming in like the proverbial
lion of spring will be the many
social events planned for this se-
mester.
Not only are there many special
activities, but several of the gala
affairs also will be late permission
evenings.
The Little Club dance, to be
held this Friday in the Union, is
one of the weekly dances open to
men and their dates. On the fol-
lowing evening Galens, the hon-
orary medical society, will sponsor
Caduceus Ball. Late permission
will be granted to women students.
Apothcary Ball
Not to be outdone by the medi-
cal students, the School of Phar-
macy will sponsor the Apothcary
Ball Friday, Feb. 18.
Senior Ball, the oldest tradition-
al dance at the University, will be
held Friday, Feb. 25.
Saturday, March 5, will be the
next late permission night for
Michigan coeds. The League Ball-
room will be the scene of the gala
Assembly Ball.
Spring Weekend
One of the most'welcome affairs
of the spring semester is Spring
Weekend, which will begin Friday
evening, March 11, with Skit
Night. The following day, students
will see the Wolverun Derby, a
soap box race held on campus.
As a climax to the weekend, the
Foresters's Club will sponsor their
annual Paul Bunyan Dance Sat-
urday in the Barbour-Waterman
Gymnasium. Jeans and plaid
shirts will be the "lumberman"~
dress worn by all students attend-
ing the affair.

Junior Girls' Play will begin
Thursday, March 17, and will ter-
minate on the 19th. That Satur-'
day engineering students will pre-
sent theannual all-campus Slide
Rule Ball.
Odonto Ball
On the same evening the Odon-
to Ball will be given by the junior
class of the School or Dentistry.
Late permission will be granted
this night for all women students.
Another "late per" will be
granted Friday, March 25, when
Military Ball will be presented, as
well as the Little Club dance. On
Saturday, the 26th, a Union spe-
cialty dance is on the agenda. On
the same evening is billed Hillel's
spectacular, "Hillelzapoppin'."
Friday evening, April 22, will
culminate Greek Week with the
annual IFC Ball, for which late
permission will be given.
Frosh Weekend
Freshmen women will vie for
top honors in their annual com-
petition, to be held April 29 'and
30 in the League. The Maize and
Blue teams of Frosh Weekend will
present their dances and floor-
shows on these nights. Late per-
mission will be granted Friday
night.
Crease Ball is also scheduled
Friday, April 29.
Coeds will be allotted late per-
mission again Saturday, May 14,
for the International Ball and the
end of International week.
The social affairs don't go out
like spring's lamb. Blue Book Ball
will wind up the semester's social
whirl with a bang on Saturday,
May 28.

League Program
Schedule Includes '
Classes, Tutoring
For All Students
New faces and fresh opportuni-
ties at the League await enter-
prising coeds who v-ish to mix
more extra-curricular activities
with their academic schedule.
The first call has already been
issued for all freshmen to petition
for chairmenships for Frosh
Weekend. The weexend will fea-
ture the maize versus the blue
attempting to outdo each other in
the finer points of producing a
successful dance.
Freshmen may pick up petitions
at the League Undergraduate Of-
fice. The Presidents' Reports in
the League Library are a source
of information.
Bridge Lessons .
Each semester students get a
chance to learn, improve or prac-
tice their bridge technique. Bridge
lessons, sponsored by the League
social committee, are taught to in- LEAGUE IN
terested students by Mrs. Walter Miss Ethel1
MacLean. There is a fee of $4 for scenery chair
the eight lessons, which are given son, treasure
every Tuesday evening from 7:30 outs for the
to 9 p.m., starting Feb. 15.
In addition to bridge lessons, 4t
dance classes are also provided.
Classes for couples and classes
for singles, conducted by experi- B
enced dance instructors. Such well Begin
known dance steps as the fox trot,
waltz, rumba, polka, tango, char-
leston, jitterbug and mambo will Calling all Ji
be stressed. outs for 88 pa
Male students must pay a fee sentation of "C
of $4 for the series of lessons, while ior Girls' Play!
coeds act as hostesses and are not Alice-James
charged. Lessons will start March
17. JGP central cc

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ACTION-Barbara Backler, composer, looks on as
McCormick, League social director, Ingrid Arnesen,
rman, Alice James, general chairman and Mary Slaw-
r, discuss plans for the 1955 Junior Girls' play. Try-
play are scheduled today through Saturday,
Cook-a-Hoop' Tryouts
This Week in League
unior Coeds-to try- by public performances Friday and
rts in the 1955 pre- Saturda yevenings, March 18 and
Cock-a-Hoop," Jun- 19.
t Script Ready
s, chairman of thie Miss James and Director Dawn
I Waldron have announced that the
ommittee, and com- script, dances and music for the

Petitioning Opens
To Junior Coeds
For Senior Posts
Junior women with aspirations
of holding a top League position
during their senior year may start
petitioning for posts today.
President of the Teague is the
top post available to scholastical-
ly eligible junior coeds.
Duties of the president include
directing and co-ordinating
League activities and serving in an
advisory capacity on various
League committees.
The president is also chairman
of the League Council, president
of the Women's Senate, ex-officio
vice-chairman of the Board of
Governors, member of the new
Student Government Council, and
member of the Ethel McCormick
Scholarship Committee.
Duties of Veep
Responsibilities of the vice-
president, another position stu-
dents may petition for, involves
the chairmanship of divisional
meetings of the League Council,
being in charge of the Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarship Committee,
co-ordinator of Installation Night
and a member of the Executive
Board and the Board of Gover-
nors.
Candidates for secretary should
be able to take minutes, as she
also acts as secretary ex-offico of
the Board of Governors, Women's
League Council, Executive Board,
Women's Senate, and Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarship Committee.
In addition, the secretary is re-
sponsible for making room ar-
rangements for meetings and han-
dling League correspondence.
Juniors may also petition for the
treasurer's post, The treasurer it
a member of the Board of Gover-
nors, Scholarship Committee, Ex-
ecutive Board, and Fresh Air Camp
Committee, is in charge of expen-
ditures ,revenues and the budget.
Other Positions Oien
Additional posts include chair-
men of Women's Judiciary, Com-
munity Service committee, House
committee, Publicity committee,
Social committee, and Special
Projects committee.

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Buro-Cats mittee members issued this call show are completed and ready for
Coeds wishing to become better yesterday, as they prepared for rehearsal. A large number of big
acquainted with campus functions tryout sessions to be held from 4 parts are included, according to
and organizations while meeting to 5:30 p.m. today through Satur- Miss James.
new people, may jon a service day and 7 to 10 p.m. today through In addition to cast members,
group, such as the Buro-Cats. ThisF . JGP this jear will use an orches-
group of coeds is a new branch of Friday in the League. tra for accompanying the various
the Secretariat of the Women's Singing and Dancing numbers. Junior women who play
League. Singing, dancing and acting .
"Helpers" are on call for all parts will be filled by junior wom- an instrument and are interested
League committees and coed ex- en selected during the tryouts. in participating in this group may

tra-curricular activities on cam-
pus.
Boosting scholastic a v e r a g e s
higher is the aim of the Merit-Tu-
torial system at the League. This
service provides scholastic help
through qualified student tutors.
Rates for tutors are $1 an hour
for all courses except laboratory
courses, which are $2 an hour.
The central headquarters for
League activities is the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the Women's League, is
an advisor and counselor to coeds
working on League activities.

All junior coeds are urged to ex-
hibit their talent before the try-
out judges.
Four weeks of rehearsal and an-
other week of dress rehearsal will
precede the colorful opening night
performance Thursday, March 17.
Planned for Senior women, this
first presentation will be followed

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