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SUNDAY, JANUARY 15,1956

HTE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

New Course
Offers Study
Of Dancing
Perspective Teachers
Learn Fundamentals
In School of Education
A fairly new program in the
School of Education within the
physical education curriculum is
the Dance Concentrate Program.
Begun in September, 1954, the
four year undergraduate course
leads to a Bachelor of Science De-
gree and a Secondary Teaching
Certificate.
About ten students are currently
enrolled in the program which
has been developed to meet the
increasing demand for teachers
.of dancing at the high school
level, according to Prof. Esther
Pease, coordinator of the program.
Majors in the Dance Concen-
trate, minor in speech and physi-
cal education. Because speech and
dancing are both performing arts,
a speech background in costum-
ing, staging and history of the
theater has been deemed neces-
sary for speech majors.
Though the emphasis in high
school teaching is on modemn
dance, graduates of the Dance
Concentrate Program will also
have an opportunity to teach soc-
ial, square, American country and
folk dancing.
A number of students are ex-
pected to begin this curriculum
next semester either as majors
or minors in the course. All stu-
dents interested in entering the
program are requested to contact
Prof. Pease at Barbour Gym with-
in the next week.

PRESIDENTS MEET:

League Reveals Petitioning Da

Initiation, Bid Day Times

Set

by Panhel Association

By JANE FOWLER
At Panhellenic meeting Thurs-
day, sorority presidents set Sun-
day, March 4, as the date of in-
itiation for all pledge classes and
Sunday, March 18, as bid day
when new coeds may be taken as
pledges to fill losses in the house
quotas.
Molly Dwan, president of Jun-
ior Panhel, announced that peti-
tioning for president of the jun-
ior group will run from Monday,
Feb. 13, to Monday, Feb. 20. Elec-
tions will be Monday, Feb. 27, with
each house having one vote.
A delegate from City Panhellen-
ic Association reported that soror-
ity alumnae, rushing advisors and
financial advisors are studying
rushing problems in hopes of
bringing about "a more realistic
proportion" between the number
of women who go through rushing
and those who are pledged.
In her report on Panhel Ball,
general chairman Martha Stock-
ard estimated profits of $930.

The Assembly-Panhellenic ex-
change dinner has been scheduled
for Thursday, March 8. Each
house will send 20 coeds to eat
with another group:
Panhel also voted to send a del-
egate to the mock United Nations
session Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day, March 23, 24 and 25, at the
University of Wisconsin and to
the Michigan Panhellenic Confer-
ence Saturday, March 3 in Kala-
mazoo.

Beginning next semester, all
Leagde positions will be open for
petitioning by members of each
of the classes.
Petitioning for senior positions
will be from Wednesday, Feb. 15,
to Monday, Feb. 27., with inter-
viewing being held from Tuesday,
Feb. 28 through Friday, March 2.
Junior openings may be peti-
tioned for from Wednesday, Feb.
22, to Monday, March 5, and in-
terviews will be given from Tues-
day, March 6, to Tuesday, March
13.
Sophomore petitioning will be
from Thursday, March 1, to
Wednesday, March 14, and inter-

viewing from Thursday, March 15,
to Tuesday, March 27.
Students may use old petitions
on file in the League Library as
references and get more informa-
tion from their house activity
chairmen. There will be a sign-up
for interviews in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
Coffee hours will be held from
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday,
Feb. 25, for juniors and seniors,
and on Saturday, March 10, for

sophomores in the League. At this
time, members of the League wil
be on hand to answkr any ciues-
tions.
Members of the Interviewing
and Nominating Committee will
be at the League from 3 to 5 p.m
every afternoon from Thursday
Feb. 15, to Tuesday, Feb. 27, tc
answer questions on petitioning
and interviewing.
For any additional information
coeds are asked to contact Judy
Jennis at NO 21543.

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
NEXT PLEASE.. . This "special counselor" whose services have
been procured for the evening will be on hand to cope with Stu-
dent's academic problems, at the Union's Bluebook Ball to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Annual 'luebooBal
To Offer Study-Break,

He's Reading About
the
JANUARY CLEARANCE

VALENTINE
SUGGESTION!
Give her the
Sensational
New

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To chase away those pre-exam
blues, students who want to take
a break from studying may at-
tend the Union's semi-annual
Bluebook Ball, to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.
Decorations will consist of large
blackboards, equipped with chalk,
to line the hall leading to the
Ballroom. Coeds and their dates
may engage in some last minute
figuring or doodling, in-between
dances.
Blue will dominate the color
scheme around the dance floor,
with bluebooks of all shapes and
sizes on hand as a reminder of
the schedule ahead.
Students To Sign Bluebook
Students will again have the
opportunity to take part in one of
the traditions of .the event. The
large bluebook which contains the
names of couples from previous
Bluebook Balls, will be prominently
placed for all to sign.
IIn keeping with the theme,
other bluebooks have been placed
in all parts of the Ballroom, in-

cluding several suspended from
the ceiling. Programs in the shape
of miniature bluebooks will be
given to coeds.
Musid for the event will be pro-
vided by Red Johnson and his
Orchestra.
As a special feature, dance of-
ficials have arranged to secure
the services of a' "counselor" for
the evening.
. For those too exhausted from
studying to participate in the
dance activity, a patio with small
tables and chairs will be found
at one end of the Ballroom.

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