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SUNDAY. OCTOBER ~. 1955 THU MICHIGAN I~AILY
Michigan Bell Welcones
to Ann Arbor
We have immediate openings for those student wives
who have had some telephone operating experience.
if you are one of these girls, drop in to see our em-
ployment representative. Ann Arbor has a fine group
of girls and a very attractive building which is lo-
cated only 21h blocks from the campus.
Visit us at:
Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
323 E. Washington St.
To Be Filled
Coed Positions Include
Soph Scandals, JGP,
The League Interviewing and
Nominating Committee announces
numerous fall fill-in positions.
Positions which are open on
Junior Girls' play are composer-
arranger chairman and posters
JGP is an annual event, which
is written, produced and directed
by junior coeds. It was first pre-
sented by six juniors, to the Uni-
-ersity campus in the spring of
104 at Barbour Gym.
Other Positions Open
Other positions open to junior
women are assistant chairman of
the Merit-Tutorial Committee and
memberships on the Public Re-
For sophomores there are sev-
eral positions open on their an-
nual event, Soph Scandals. Sopho-
more women present a dance,
shows and various types of enter-
tainment on two different nights.
1 Their production originated in
1929 and have also become a cam-
Soph Scandals position open-
ings include the assistant secre-
tary, assistant dance chairman,
assistant chairman of tickets and
assistant stage chairman. There
are also two positions open as
members of the Public Relations
League Interviews Coeds
All women interested in posi-
tions on campus must write a pe-
tttion. Coeds then are interviewed
informally by members of the In-
terviewing and Nominating Com-
mittee of the League.
The committee accepts all coeds'
petitions and interviews each can--
didate trying out for a league posi-
tion. Previous experience in the
League is not important when pe-
titioning. The factors which count
are a coed's interest, plans for the
position and her enthusiasm for
Petitioning will open Monday,
Oct 0, and continue until Mon-
day, Oct. 17. Interviewing for the
positions will be from Tuesday,
Oct. 18, through Friday.Oct. 21.
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ASSEMBLY DORM COUNCIL-
The Assembly Dormitory Council
will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
meeting of the Riding Club will be
held at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
arnall lounge of the WAB.
SENIOR SOCIETY-There will
be a meeting of Senior Society at
p.m. tomorrow at the League.
Health problems of freshmen
students are of major importance
to many campus organizations.
It is not necessary to mention
Health Service, and the Dean of
Women's office, but few fresh-
men women realize that the De-
partment of Women's Physical
Pr.ix ,de Paris
Vogue's 21st Prix de Paris Con-
test is now accepting enrollments.
Seniors interested in careers in
writing, publishing, advertising,
merchandising or decorating have
until Saturday, Oct. 15, to enter
Contestants are judged on their
writing ability, grasp of subject
matter, general intelligence, ori-
ginality and demonstration of
Actual Editorial Problems
Using Vogue as a textbook, Prix
de Paris competitors must com-
plete two quizzes of four ques-
tions each, based on actual edi-
torial problems. Those who satis-
factorily answer the quizzes will.
be eligible to write a 1500 word
thesis on one of the topics in the
February 1956 issue of the maga-
The first prize in the Prix de
Paris Contest is $1000 cash or two
weeks in Paris, with all expenses
paid. The second prize is $500
cash. Each of ten honorable men-
tion awards will receive $25 cash.
First and second prize winners
will receive top consideration for
jobs on various Conde'-Nast pub-
Contestants To Be Recommended
The next fifty top ranking con-
testants will be recommended to
stores, advertising agencies and
Enrollment blanks are available
upon request from the Prix de
Paris Director, Vogue, 420 Lex-
ington Avenue, New York 17, New
Education has a deep awareness
of student health problems.
"Why do I have to take physi-
cal education," is a common ques-
tion of many freshmen. According
to Dr. Margaret Bell, Chairman of
the Women's Physical Education
Department,'one reason for regu-
lated activity is to assist students
in coping with the strains of cam-
Change of Activity
A change in activity provides
relaxation, and physical education
provides a change from the mental
activity of classes and homework,
to the physical activity of the
playing fields, swimming pool or
Not only does physical activity
reduce the tension of many hours
of continuous study, but physical
education improves posture, nu-
trition, and muscle tone.
The freshmen courses in 'phys.
ed.' provide a foundation in re-
creational skills that can be par-
ticipated in long after college
courses have been taken.
Sports for All
But a course in physical educa-
tion is not the only way to gain
the desired outcomes, and fresh-
To Present Tea
The Newcomers Section of the
Faculty Women's Club will open
its new season by welcoming the
wives of new University faculty
and staff members at a tea at
1:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the
Preceding the tea Mr. Robert
L. Gage, manager of the Ann Ar-
bor Chamber of Commerce, will
address the group on, "What New-
comers Should Know About Ann
Arbor". He -will also answer ques-
tions about the community.
Mrs. Franklin G. Moore, pro-
gram chairman, and Mrs. Louis
Lewis, in charge of invitations,
will arrange a display to acquaint
the wives further with Ann Arbor.
Physical Activity Aids Relaxation
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