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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1955

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1955 TIlE MWWT~A7~T 1~AT1.V

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European Club WillHold Program

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Assembly Discusses
Counseling, Petitioning

Regional Evening
To Show Students
Continental Life
"European Evening" a cultural
and social program offered by
students of the European Club
will be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
in the recreation room of the
International Center.
Second in a series of regional
evenings, the event is designed to
acquaint American students, and
those from other areas of the world
with some aspects of European
life and culture.
A display of chinaware, paint-
ings.and costumes from the coun-
tries represented will be held
in the Lounge. The material has
been contributed by Ann Arbor
merchants and students.
American Tourist Theme
Highlighting the evening will be
an entertainment program based
on the theme of an American tour-
ist visiting Europe.
Jim Wilkes of England,.repre-
senting his country, will play five
Brahms waltzes.
Turning towards Scandinavia, a
group of Finnish students will sing
five songs. Martti Harva will com-
ment on the songs and- tell some-
thing about his native country.
A capsule tour of Germany will
be conducted by Walter Vogel of
Stuttgart, who will highlight the
most femous tourist attractions.
German Army Skit
Following, German students will
present a.humorous skit showing
the difference between the old
German army and the new one.
Peter Schlitt, Martin Schluep of
Switzerland, Hans Jaeger, and
Vogel will participate.,
Ulrika Klopfer will continue with
the glimpse into German culture
by singing "Lily Marlene" which,
in this case, will dramatize an un-
changing feature of military life.
Moving -along to the Rhine Val-
ley, the tour will be conducted by
Schlitt who wil outline the cus-
toms of that region and discuss its
vineyards and wine production. r
Sketch of Heidelberg
i A sketch of Heidelberg will be
presentedhby a German student
and a skit about the Opera House
in Munich will end the tour
through Germany.
Heading eastward to the Uk-
raine, dancers dressed in colorful
costumes will demonstrate tradi-
tional folk dances of that country.
French students Jean Pierre Cos-
te and Raymond James will illus-
trate the problem of an 'American
New Hours Fixed
At Women's Pool
Special hours have been set
aside as recreational periods at the
women's swimming pool. ,
The pool will be open for women
from 5:10 to 6:10 p.m. Monday
through Friday, and from 8:15 to
9:15 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays,
and Thursdays.
Co-recreational periods when a
coed is allowed one male guest
will be held from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m.
Saturday and from 3 to 5 p.m.
Sunday..
Faculty Night will continue to
t be scheduled from 6:30 to '9:30
p.m. on Fridays, while Michigan
Night will be held on 7:15 to :15
p.m. on Sundays.

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By BEATA JORGEN$EN

-Daily-Vern Soden
A GLIMPSE OF EUROPE-Students representing Bavaria re-
hearse a skit that will be a part of "European Evening" to be

Among topics discussed at the
Assembly Dormitory Council meet-
ing Monday in the League were
the counseling system in the wom-
en's residence halls and ADC peti-
tioning.
Deborah Bacon, Dean of Women,
spoke on inaugerating a new sys-
tem of undergraduate counseling
which could possibly go into effect
on a trial basis next September.
Miss Bacon said that within two
weeks, students will be appointed
to work on a committee with sev-
eral house directors and represen-
tatives from the administration to
study how such a program would
function.
Committee Questions
Questions to be considered by the
committee will include who would
be eligible to be an undergraduate
counselor, how the selection would
be carried out and what the duties
would be.
Petitioning for Assembly Board
positions will open Thursday,
March 1, and close Wednesday,
Mach 14. Positions which are open
include president, first and second
vice-presidents, secretary and
treasurer.
Other offices available are the
chairmen of the Public Relations,
Big Sis ter Special Projects and
Personnel Committees. Petition-
ing will also be open at this time
for Fortnite chairman. This is not
an Assembly Board position.
Dorm Plans Shown
Dean Bacon showed ADC mem-
bers a model of the proposed new
women's dormitory, which will
house 1190 women. It is hoped that
this residence hall, consisting only
of double rooms, will be completed
and ready for occupation by Sep-
tember, 1958.
Assembly Board members and
house presidents will attend a state
conference this weekend at Michi-
gan State University.
Topics for discussion there will

include dormitory activities, regu-
lations and public relations for
house councils in the various uni-
versities throughout Michigan.
It was also announced that Paul
Brodie and his band will provide
music for dancing tomorrow night
at the Campus Club in the Michi-
gan and Vandenberg rooms of the
League.
Committee Needs
Advertising Help
For '56 Michigras
Salesmen are needed to solicit
advertising for the 1956 Michigras
official program.
Programs co-chairmen Dave
Mills and Peggy Ross ask inter-
ested students to come to the
Michigras office in the Union to-
morrow from 2 to 3 p.m. or from
4 to 5 p.m. or contact them by
telephone any evening.
Mills can be reached at 2-5649
and Miss Ross at 2-5570.
An illustrated booklet, the pro-
gram gives explanations of various
carnival functions as well as its
background, history and members
of the committees responsible for
its execution.
"Students will work two or more
hours a week selling advertising
to Ann Arbor merchants," Mills
said, "and the one who sells the
most will receive special recogni-
tion."
He added that each salesman
will be assigned stores in a certain
area to eliminate unnecessary leg-
work.

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held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
ternational Center.
in Paris" as the scene switches to
France. Coste will play the part'
of the American.
Concluding the tour through
Europe, the program will move
south to Spain where Spanish stu-
dents will reproduce an exciting
part of their culture with the
"Bullfight Dance."

the recreation room of the In-
Social dancing will follow, end-
ing the evening's entertainment.
Chairmen of the entire program
is Vogel. . Abraham Zylberman is
in charge of the display and deco-
rations, while John Lagonico
handles publicity.
The program is, open to every-
one.

'A NIGHT IN VENICE':
Venetian Scenes, Gondolas
Will Provide A-Ball Mood

4A Night in Venice" complete
with street scenes and a gondola
will set the mood for Assembly
Ball, to be held from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight Saturday, March 3, in
the main Ballroom of the League.
Either cocktail dresses or for-
mals will be appropriate attire for
the semi-formal dance, and it is
requested that coeds do not wear
flowers..
Hal Singer's Orchestra will be
on hand to provide dance music
for couples attending the coed-
bid affair.
Brodie to Play Also
Various scenes throughout Ven-
ice will be portrayed in the Hus-
sey Room, where Paul Brodie's Or-
chestra will play for those who
desire a more informal atmos-
phere.
The second floor lobby will be
transformed into the "Cafe Ven-
ice" where coeds and their dates
may sit out a dance, talk and re-
lax. Refreshments will be served
during an intermission period.
Assembly has extended all af-
filiated women on campus a spec-
ial invitation to attend "A Night
In Venice."
This will be reminiscent of the
war years when the coed-bid dance
was sponsored jointly with Pan-
hellenic.
Decoration Workers Needed
Women with talent or interest
are still needed to work on the
decorations and are asked to con-

tact Sarah Kolin, decorations
chairman, at either the Leaguel
Undergraduate Office or 3570 Al-
ice Lloyd.
Tickets for Assembly Ball will
go on sale Saturday and may be
purchased up until the time of
the dance. They will be on axle
at a window in the Administration
Building and on the Diagonal.
Representatives in women's res-
idence halls will also have tickets
available.
Given by Independent Coeds
Assembly annually sponsors As-j
sembly Ball which is presented by
the independent women living
either in dorms, League houses or
off campus. In past years, themes
have been "The Unbirthday Party"
and "March Moods."
The first Assembly Ball was held
in 1936 when Assembly Associa-
tion sponsored the dance as a
money raising project, only one
year after the founding of the
Association.
For the past few years several
houses have given "coketail" par-
ties for members of the house and
their dates before the dance.
In charge of this year's dance
is Sandy Marx, general chairman.
Other arrangements are under the
control of Mickey Gendell, publi-
city; Barbara Maier, finance and
orchestra; Betsy Alexander, tick-
ets and Jean Irving, patrons and
programs.

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MODERN DANCE CLUB-Mem-
bers of the co-recreational Mod-
ern Dance Club willmeet at 7:30
p.m. today in Barbour Gym. A
business meeting will be held at
8:30 p.m.
* * *
JGP-There will be a meeting of,
the Junior Girls Play Central
Committee at 7:30 p.m. today in
the League. Members of the Jun-
ior Girls Play cast are asked to
check the rehearsal schedule on
the JGP bulletin board in the
League Undergiaduate Office.
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LEAGUE PETITIONING-Peti-
tioning for League senior positions
will be held until 5 p.m. Monday,
and interviewing will be held from
Tuesday, Feb. 28, through Friday,
March 2.
Junior posts may be petitioned
for until Monday, March 5. In-
terviews will be given from Tues-
day, March 6, to Tuesday, March
13.
* * *
MICHIGRAS-Floats and Booths
petitions for the 1956 Michigras
are due at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the Michigras office in the Union.

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