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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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'The Rite of Spring'
To Be Given by IHC

An early spring is in store for
students from 9 p.m.'to 1 a.m. on
Saturday, March 17 in the League
Ballroom when Inter-House Coun-
cil presents their first annual semi-
formal dance.
I-Hop, as it was formerly known,
was given in cooperation with
Assembly Association for many
years.
Its annual name from now on
will be "The Rite of Spring" and
the theme combines Irish and
spring moods.
Hal Singer and His Band will
provide the dance music for the
affair while the Ann Arbor Alley-
cats add their jazz tempo to the
proceedings.
Friars Octet
At Intermission time the Friars
Octet from the Michigan's Men
Glee Club will sing.
Outside the ballroom the atmos-
phere will feature that of an Irish
castle with a garden created by a
pool and real flowers.

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ASSEMBLY - The Assembly
newsletter and publicity chair-
men's meeting will be at 4 p.m.
today in the League. The Assembly
new dormitory planning committee
will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
League.
JGP-There will be a meeting of
" Junior Girls Play make-up com-
mittee at 7 p.m. today in the
League.
BALLET CLUB-Members of the
co-recreational Ballet Club will
meet at 7 p.m. today in Barbour
Gymnasium.
RIFLE CLUB-Members of the
Rifle Club will meet at 8 p.m. to-
day in the basement of the Wom-
en's Athletic Building.
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FROSH WEEKEND-There Nill
be a combined mass meeting for
Frosh Weekend at 7 p.m. tomorrow
in the League.
* * *
MICHIGRAS-Float. order blanks
for materials are due by 5 p.m.
Monday in the Michigras office in
the Union. Poems or captions for
organization floats are due by 5
p.m. Thursday.
McCORMICK SCHOLARSHIP-
Applications for Ethel McCormick
scholarships are due at 5 p.m. Fri-
day, MVarch 16, in the League Un-
dergraduate Office Interviews will
be held from 3 to 5 p.m., Monday,
March 19 through Wednesday,
March 21.
* *
MICHIGAN FRIENDSHIP TOUR
-The International Center is of-
fering a tour of four cities in
Michigan to international students,
from Monday, April 2, to Saturday,
April 7. Students will visit Battle
Creek, Kalamazoo, Muskegon and
Saginaw. All interested persons
may call Robert Schuiteman at the
Center.

At the dance, a night sky will be
recreated with silver stars being
suspended from the ceiling. Light
blue shadowboxes across the floor
will add to the effect.
Leprechaun Story
An Irish scroll will be in the al-
cove opposite the door telling the
fable of a leprechaun and his pot
of gold. Real trees with white-
washed branches will be planted
in pots with gold coins suspended
from the branches.
The bandstand will be adorned
with a huge shamrock while real
flowers will deck the door and
stage.
Printed matches in commemora-
tion of the newly named dance will
be presented along with free cigar-
ettes and rose. corsages for every
colleen. These roses are in honor
of the Wild Irish Rose theme.
Sales Begin March 12
Tickets will be on sale starting
from,1 p.m. to 5 p.m. March 12 at
the Adminitration building.
Drake Duane is General chair-
man of the dance while Jim Lam-
bert and Tom Frank take charge
of decorations.
Tom Martin is entertainment
chairman while tickets and, pro-
gram chairman is Dick Pompain.
Taking care of publicity are
Drake Duane and Jim Lambert.
Couzens I, Tyler
Defeat Opponents,
In WAA Tourney
Winners of the all-campus wom-
en's Basketball Tournament were
Couzens I in the "A" tournament
and Tyler House in the "B" tour-1
nament.
In the finals, Couzens I defeated
Kleinstueck while Tyler House beat
Delta Delta Delta.
Results of the "A" tournament
semi-finals were Kleinstueck, de-
feating Delta Gamma, and Cou-
zens I, winning over Alpha Gamma
Delta.;
In the "B" tournament semi-
finals, Tyler House beat Gamma;
Phi Beta and Delta Delta Delta
defeated Sigma Kappa.
Forty-four dormitories and sor-
orities entered the elimination
tournament.
Advisor was Marie Hartwig of
the Women's Department of Phy-
sical Education. Charlotte Haller
was tournament manager from the
Women's Athletic Association.
DISCOUNTS
10 to 50%
On Al /
Cash and Carry Sales
EVERY DAY
VARSITY FLOWER
SHOP
1122 South University
Near Church St.

Camp Jobs
To e Open
To Students
Posts Offered Include
Directors of Sports,
Nurses, Unit Leaders
By HARRIETTE SIMINGTON
With the advent of the spring
semester, many students are pre-
occupied with thoughts of summer
occupations.
For those coeds who want a
summer in the open and who like
work with children, camp counsel-
in' offers an opportunity to com-
bine the two and choose a job in
any part of the country.
Both of the Women's Depart-
ment of Physical Education and
the Bureau of Appointments re-
ceive numerous requests for quali-
field camp and playground staff.
The Bureau arranges interviews
for many of these jobs.
Staff Advises
According to Dr. Margaret Bell,
head of the Women's Department
of Physical Education, members of
her staff are always ready to talk
to students interested in camp
counseling positions.
On the bulletin board in the
lobby of Barbour Gym is a list of
camps requesting counselors, is
posted.
Dr. Bell also stated she believes
that the "University makes a great
contribution to this field of sum-
mer occupations." Majors and
minors in the physical education
program are always prepared to
handle counseling positions .
Recreational Leadership
The course in recreational lead-
ership provides another 50 or 60
women a year with many of the
skills necessary for camp work.
The University also provides
counselors training, for credit, at
the- National Music Camp at In-
terlochen.
Positions as waterfront instruc-
tors, unit leaders and assistants,
sports directors, kitchen help and
nurses are available to coeds with
any of the above training and to
those with a sincere interest in
children and the out-of-doors.
Spring Formals
Are Coming up ..
Are you ready?
FAVORS
PROGRAMS
PLACE CARDS
INVITATIONS
All your Party Ideas
Are at Balfour's
L. 6. Balfour Co.
1321 South University

'U' Coeds Nominated
For League Positions

Members of the Interviewing
and Nominating Committee have
made the following nominations
for senior League Positions.
Coeds chosen for the presiden-
tial post are Sue Arnold and
Gwenn Finkleman. One of these
women will be elected to guide,
advise and coordinate all activi-
ties of the League next year.
First vice-presidential candi-
dates are Jean Newell and Carol
Sparkie. The internal affairs of
the League will be the main re-
sponsibility of the winning coed.
Prospective Secretary
Mary Clagett and Jan McAfee
will be competing against each
other for the position of secretary.
The winner will have as her' duty
the taking of minutes for the
League Council as well as taking
care of the correspondence of the
officers.
The position of treasurer will be
held by either Joyce Reuben or
Andrea Snyder. pompiling the
budget and supervising the ex-
penditures and revenue will be the
principle job of the winning can-
didate.
Continuing the list of nomina-
tions are Betty Jean Kafka and
Nadine Cooke who will run for
the position of chairman of
Women's Judiciary Council. The
elected coed will head the'tcom-
mittee which hears cases refer-
red to them by the House Judic-
iary Council, the League-House
Judiciary Council and the Women's
Panel.
Candidates for the post of chair-

man of the Interviewing and Nom-
inating committee of the League
are Ruth Bassichis and Peggy
Phillips. One of these women will
supervise the acceptance of peti-
tions and interviewing of all coeds
running for League positions.
Nancy McDonald and 'Jocelyn
Watt will vie for the position of
secretary of the Interviewing and
Nominating committee. The win-
ner will help select League candi-
dates.
These selected coeds will pre-
sent their platforms for their res-
pective positio s to members of
the Women's Senate at their meet-
ing on Wednesday, March 14.
' Secret Ballot
Senators will report to their
houses, and answer any questions
about the candidates.
Voting will take place in the
individual houses, with each
woman resident casting a vote on
Monday, March 19.
The secret ballots must be turn-
ed into the Undergraduate Office
by Tuesday, March 20.
Hatcher Tea
University President Harlan
H. Hatcher will give a tea in
honor of Dr. Everett Clinchy,
President of the National Con-
ference of Christian and Jews
from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. to-
morrow in his home. Students
are invited to attend.

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Silk scarfs and ties
ACCESSORIES-
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Smart leather handbags It's Spring, and this fact
a Lacy white collars
Charming straw handbags is very much in evidence
in our accessories,
You'll find these at
New pastel and
i Frilly blouses white jewelry
MAIN SHOP CAMPUS
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named by the 10 Thunderbird winners to
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Dorothy Wingate Newell, Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Jim Melton, Stanford University, Los Altos, Calif.
Garry C. Noah, Emory Univ., Emory University, Ga.
P. Robert Knaff, Univ. of Maryland, College Park, Md.
Dan Hubert Hinz, Harvard Univ., Cambridge 38, Mass.;

Alex Levine, Univ. of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y.
James A. Vaughan, Akron Univ., 4kron 19, Ohio
James D. Williams, Oklahoma Univ., Norman, Okla.
James L. Ayers, Roanoke College, Salem, Va.
Robert S. Syvrud, WAshington State College, Pullman, Wash.

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Joy Cruap, Florence State College, Florence, Ala. " Robert T. Tucker, Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. . William IH. Randle, A. M. & N. College, Pine
Bluff, Ark.. Bernadette Bean, Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, Calif. " Gilbert Lasky, U.C.L.A., Los Angeles 8, Calif. = David Luma, U.C.L.A., Las
Angeles 12, Calif.. Norma A. Facchini, Univ. of California, Oakland 18, Calif. John Posnakoff, Univ. of California, Oakland, Calif. " D. Rhea Johnson, bor.
of California, San Francisco, California " Kiy Takemoto, University of California, San Francisco, California " Harry Kawagoe, University of California, San
Francisco 22, Calif. " Bernadette Godar, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Co . Joseph K. Obold, Univ. of Delaware, Newark, Del.. Donald L. Chappell, Florida
State Univ., Tallahassee, Fla. " James T. Whitehead, Jr., Univ. of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. " Billy Ray West, Indiana Technical College, Ft. Wayne, Ind..
Earl W. Dornfeld, Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa * Don Russell, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa " Kenneth Huelsman, Univ. of Louisville
Louisville, Ky. " Ben Bullock, Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge 3, La. " Roger Greenberg, U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich,. Robert E. Sperry, Univ. 0
Detroit, Detroit 21, Mich. " Engle D. Soughard, Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex.. William H. Croke, Jr., St. John's Univ., Jamaica 32, N.Y.
Robert M. Jeremiah, Fordham Univ., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. " Johnson C. Greene, High Point College, High Point, N. C. " Rodney H. Abshire, Louisiana Stat.
Univ., Baton Rouge 3, La. *"Judith Koucky,rWestern Reserve Univ., Cleveland 6, Ohio " Pete Vernia, Ohio State Univ., Columbus Ohio Robert Farahami
Lewis & Clark College, Portland 15, Ore. " Genrie T. D'Alio, Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, Pa. " Dip S. Chin,
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence 6, R. I. " William Everette Hunt, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn. *"E. E. Mchristy,
Jr., Univ. of Texas, Austin, Texas Fred L. Garris, Univ. of Virginia, Arlington, Va. John M. Gurley, Univ. of. Virginia,
Charlottesville, Va. *James H. Foster, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. John R. Lee, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison 3,
Wis. - Clarence W. Dekarske, Univ. of Wis., Madison 4, Wis. ".Roberta Hugh Lawless, Mary Washington College, Fredericksbutg, Va.

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