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14,1956

THE MCMGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

14. 1956T HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FiVE

campus

Organizations Announce

Spring_

Petitioning

for

Women

Coeds Will Fill League Positions

Freslimen, sophomore, and jun-
ior coeds may petition this semes-
ter for League positions, including
membership on the Frosh Week-
end, Junior Girls Play, and Soph
Scandals central committees.
Petitioning for Senior positions
opens tomorrow and will close at
5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27.
Heading the list of positions
open for seniors are the offices
of the League which include presi-
dent, first vice-president, second
vice-president, secretary, treasurer
and parliamentarian.
The president is coordinator of
x all womans activities and first vice
president will be kept busy meet-
ing with various League commit-
tees.
Office of the second vice-presi-
dent is also open to sophomores
and juniors as well as senior coeds.
The list of positions continues
with chairman and secretary of
the Interviewing and Nominating
committee.
Women's Judic
Women's Judiciary Council will
need a chairman and a vice-chair-
man from the prospective senior
class, and League House Judiciary
, Council will require a chairman,
secretaryand member-at-large.
Dance class positions will include
dance captains, chairman of fi-
nance, and teaching assistants.
Concluding the senior positions
available are the chairmen and
members oi Merit Tutorial, Inter-
national, Special Projects, Social,
Public Relations, House, Commun-

ity Service and Orientation com-
mittees.
Sophomore Positions
More than 50 positions will be
open to sophomore coeds'as they
petition later this month for jun-
ior positions. Petitions will be due
at 5 p.m. Monday, March 5.
Office of second vice-president
of the League is open to juniors, as
are three memberships on Inter-
viewing and Nominating and three
menberships on Interviewing and
Nominating and three on Women's
Judiciary.
League House Judiciary Council
positions of chairman, secretary,
and member-at-large may be fill-
ed by junior women as well as by
seniors. The same is true of the
Dance Class officers which include
dance captains, chairman of fi-
nance, and teaching assistants.
Junior Places
The junior class will also be
expected to provide some of the
members of the Merit Tutorial,
the Special Projeots, the Interna-
tional, Social, Public Relations,
House, Community Service, and
Orientation committees.
Thirty positions for Junior Girls'
Play are also open for petitioning.
General chairman, assistant gen-
eral chairman, director, assistant
director, secretary, treasurer, and
script chairman lead the list.
JGP will also require the follow-
ing chairmen: assistant costume,
dance, assistant dance, make up,
assistant make up, publicity, as-
sistant in charge of Daily publicity,
assistant in charge of posters and
assistant in charge of stunts.

A music chairman, assistant
composer and arranger chairman,
and assistant choral director are
positions on JGP that will require
some musical talent.
Concluding the list are chairmen
of programs, properties, assistant
properties, scenery, tickets, and,
the ushering, asrwell as stage and
assistant stage managers.
Petitions for the following
sophomore positions are due at
5 p.m. Wednesday, March 14: sec-
ond vice-president of the League,
three sophomore members of In-
tervieWing and Nominating, two
sophomore members on Women's
Judiciary, and chairman, secretary
and member-at-large of League
House Judiciary Council.
Freshmen Members
-Members on the following com-
mittees will also be selected in part
from the present freshmen class:
Merit Tutorial, International,
Special Projects, Social, Public
Relations, House, Community
Service, and Orientation.
Frosh Weekend petitioning is
open now and will close Friday.
Positions on the central committee
include chairmen and assistant
chairmen of various committees
for both Blue and Maize teams.
Information about particular po-
sitions can be found by using
President's Reports and old peti-
tions in the League library.
Open houses will be held by the
mittee from 9:30 a.m. to noon,
Interviewing and Nominating comL
Sat., Feb. 25 and Sat., March 10.

W AA Announces Posts
For Executive Board
Petitioning for managerial and
executive positions on the Wom- Additional positions open to
en's Athletic Association Board both men and women are the co-
will begin tomorrow, for all scho- managers of the co-recreational
lastically eligible students. badminton, ballet, ice skating,
Petitions, which are due Wed- modern dance and r!mng clubs.
nesday, Feb. 29 in Jaylee Duke's Otecodpsinspnar
bosda theegue UndBrgraru the managerial offces for the bas-
Office, may be obtained in Bar- ketball, camp counselors, fencing,
bour Gymnasium. Interviewing field hockey, golf, Michifish, rifle,
will begin Thursday, March 1. tennis, softball and bowling clubs.
All women petitioning for the These officers are in charge of
office of president must be juniors organizing and planning their
who have served at least one year clubs' actviities for the year. .
on the Board. Newly - chosen managers will
Presidential Duties help the present officers of the
In addition to working as the clubs until the end of the school
head of the Board on its special year.
projects, the president is a mem- Board members are initiated in-
ber of League Council, presides at to the organization at a formal
WAA meetings, and appoints com- ceremony, which is attended by
mittees. new and old Board members and
Two vice-presidents, one in instructors in the Women's De-
charge of special projects and the partment of Physical Education.
other of student relations, also
assist the president.
The project vice-president auto-
matically assumes the position of
general co-chairman of Michigras,
along with a representative from
the Union who serves as the other
co-chairman.
The coed who .is vice-president
of student relations is also chair-
man of the house athletic man-
agers, who are in charge of sched-
uled athletic events in the various
women's residences.
Co-Rec Manager
Co-recreational manager of the
WAA heads the board composed
of men and women, who are co-
managers of the co-recreational
clubs. This coed is also in charge
of the weekly co-recreational
nights.
Job of the secretary of the
Board is to take minutes of the
meetings while the treasurer han-
dles all finances and supplies re-
quisition blanks to Board members.
Another post open is that of the
American Federation of College
Women representative, who keeps
Board members informed about
proceedings and publications of
the AFCW by corresponding with
national and state organizations.
Tournament Head
The co-recreational tournament
manager directs tournaments of
the various sports offered for
both men and women. Sorority,
league house and dormitory man-
agers assist the vice-president of
student relations with the organi-
zation of WAA activities in stu-
dent residences.
Part of the job of the public re-
lations manager consists of han-
dling the annual football clinic
held in the fall and helping with
the WAA bulletin boards.
The Daily publicity manager is
responsible for publicizing WAA
activities by writing articles for
The Daily.

Panhel Op
Petitioning for affiliate women
for Panhellenic Association posi-
tions will be held shortly 'before
spring vacation.
Petitions for the position of
Junior Panhel President are due
between today and Monday in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Any member of a pledge class
who has a 2.0 scholastic average
may turn in a petition and sign up
for an interview to be held next
week. Election will be on Monday,
Feb. 27.
Panhellenic positions open to
junior women who will become
seniors next fall are the offices of
president, two vice-presidents,
treasurer and chairman of rush-
ing chairmen.
Women who will be either jun-
iors or seniors may petition for
secretary and chairman of public
relations.
The job of chairman of rushing
counselors will be available to
junior coeds. It will be the duty
of this office to head the group

ens Annual Petitioning
of women who will temporarily do not include membership on the
disaffiliate themselves from their Panhellenic executive council are
sororities to advise rushees. are chairman of international re-
Other positions which will be lations, chairman of housing and
open for petitioning, but which chairman of Panhel Ball.
Auditions of JGP Cast Scheduled
For Junior Coeds Throughout Week

Junior Girls Play will get under
way this second semester with
cast tryouts from 3 to 5 p.m. and
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., today
through Friday, from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. Saturday and from 3
to 5 p.m. on Monday.
Tryouts will be held in the
League and rooms will be posted
on the bulletin board. -
Sue Arnold, director of the show
has asked all junior women to
try out for the speaking, singing
or dancing parts. Specialty acts
will also be auditioned. Miss Ar-

nold also requests that coeds bring
the music for their acts if possible
and wear burmuda shorts or full
skirts.
With the announcement of the
cast Tuesday, rehearsals will get
under way immediately.
Written, directed and produced
exclusively by junior coeds, the
play w.ill first be given to honor
graduating women on Senior
Night, Thursday, March 22, -and
will be presented to the entire
campus on Friday and Saturday,
March 23 and 24.

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