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TUESDAT, MARCH 9, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, MARCH ~, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Hillel Group
Will Present
Annual Show'
Organizations To Vie
For Prize with Skits
For the benefit of the UJA
(United Jewish Appeal), B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation presents
its annual Hillelzapoppin' 8 p.m.,
Saturday, March 23.
The show will be given at the
Ann Arbor high school auditorium.
Free transportation will be pro-
vided to and from the high school
on the night of the performance.
Hillelzapoppin' has been an es-
tablished radition at Michigan.
Since 1947 it has enlisted support
of fraternities, sororities, and in-
dependent groups in competition
for a trophy for the best original
skit presented. This year a new 28-1
inch trophy donated by Mr. Herb-
ert- Schlager will be awarded.
Skit Competition
There will be six skits on re-
view including the independent's
skit which has begun rehearsal
under the direction of Lee Ban-
dalin and Susie Gelula. The fra-
ternities and sororities have hand-
ed in their skits to be judged, but
as yet the five other entrants
have not been announced. After
the show, all participants are in-
vited back to Hillel for a post
party
Since the trophy was first pre-
sented, Sigma Delta Tau has won
three times, Zeta Beta Tau has
takeii the honors four times, the
independent group has won twice
and Phi Sigma Delta has won once.
Last year's winner was Sigma Del-
f ta Tau.

International Week Will Open

Petitioning for Assembly Board
To Continue Through This Week

Petitioning for all Assembly
Board positions has been ex-
tended until Friday.
Positions which are available
include president, first and sec-
ond vice-presidents, secretary and
treasurer.
Committee chairmanships to be
filled on the Board are: special
projects, personnel, big sister,
public relations, and social.
Petitions may be secured in
the League Undergraduate Office.
When coeds return them, they
are to sign up for interviews.
The President leads all meet-
ings, represents independent wo-
men on SGC, Board of Governors
of Residence Halls, and all other
campus committees.
The duties of the first vice-
president are to perform the pres-
ident's job in her absence and to
take charge of all executive board
committee work.
Also open is the position of the
second vice-president who is
chairman of the League House
Council and is Assembly's repre-
sentative on the various commit-
tees.
The secretary takes and files
the minutes of the executive

board and Assembly Dorm Coun-
cil meetings and has charge of all
correspondence pertaining to As-
sembly.
The treasurer has charge of all
of Assembly's expenditures and
revenues.
The social chairman submits
plans for social functions and
meets regularly with social chair-

man of dormitories and League
Houses to coordinate house events.
Although not an Assembly
Board position, petitioning for the
general chairman of Fort Mie is
now in process. All independent
coeds are eligible to petition. Any-
one desiring further information
should contact Pet Marthenke,
3004 Stockwell Hall.

"Collegiate Hospitality"
YOUR 1957 SUMMER TOUR OF
Have fun in England, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France,
Switzerland, Belgium. 59-day co-ed tour for college people only.
$973, complete cost. Escorted by Mr. and Mrs. Jean M. Leblon.
Sail on student ship "Groote Beer" June 19. Ask now for full details!

-Daily-David Arnold
NEW JOB AHEAD-LuAnne Austin, newly elected president of
the Women's Athletic Association, takes over her official duties.
New WAA President
Enjoys ManyActivities
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-Daily-David Arnold
FESTIVE WEEK-Students from the International Student As-
sociation practice a dance which they will present as part of the
International Week festivities.

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"Athletics were my major inter-
est in high school and my enjoy-
ment of them has carried over in-
to my college activities," com-
mented LuAnne Austin, a smiling
b-unette.
Miss Austin, an affiliate of Zeta
Tau Alpha, is the new president
of the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion. From her two years experi-
ence on the WAA Board, she has
learned the "ins and outs" of the
University's coed athletic pro-
gram.
Participation in other activities
such as mtanager of the basketball
club, athletic manager of the dr-
mitory ar:.d WAA Campus repre-
Honoraries
For Women
To Offer Aid
Two senior women's honor so-
cieties have announced their an-
nual scholarship competition.
Senior Society
Senior Society, senior women's
honorary, has announced its an-
nual scholarship c o m p e t i t i o n
which will continue through Sat-
urday, March 16.
A $100 scholarship is offered
for any deserving, second semes-
ter junior or first semester senior
woman, who has shown evidence
of leadership and service in extra-
curricular activities and financial
need.
Applications may be obtained
from the secretary of the Under-
graduate Office in the League.
They should be returned to this
office by Saturday, March 6. An
interview appointment should be
made when the application is re-
turned.
Morta rboa rd
Annual competition for the
Mortarboard scholarship is open
until Monday, March 18.
This scholarship is offered to
any deserving junior woman. in-
dependent or affiliated, who
shows scholastic capability, fi-
nancial need and extra-curricular
participation.
Applications, which can be ob-
tained in the League Undergrad-
uate Office, must be returned
with two letters of recommenda-
tion by Monday, March 18. At this
time the coed may sign up for an
interview. Interviewing will be
conducted on Wednesday, March#
20 and Thursday, March 21.
Winners of the two scholarships
will be announced at Installation
Night, Monday April 1.

sentative has also contributed to
broaden her knowledge of her
newly acquired duties.
Her past experience will aid
her greatly with the various
events which appear on her
schedule such as Lantern night,
University calendar sales and the
WAA and Union co-sponsored
Michigras.
Miss Austin, an only child, was
born in Laingsburg, a small town
between Lansing and Owossc.. Her
love for children has been the
main factor in her decision to be
a physical therapist. ,
At present she is a junior in the,
school of Physical 7ducation. In
conjunction with therapy, she has
worked in the Veteran's Hospital
therapy ward.
This work has increased inter-
est in her chosen field. "I think
it will be a challenge," she said.
In high school Miss Austin was
president of the Girls Athletic As-
sociation. In her spare time she
participated in her favorite sports
which included basketball, soc-
cer and volleyball.
Miss Austin plans to run WAA
just as in the past with only mi-
nor adjustments.
Riding Club
The Riding Club will hold an
organizational meeting at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the lounge of the
Women's Athletic Building.
An election of -officers will be
followed by a talk on riding pro-
cedures and plans for spring.
Both new and old members of
the club are invited to attend this
meeting.

Associate Adviser
Men of Wenley House, West
Quadrangle, held a surprise party
Friday for Mrs. Eva McCormick
in honor of her tenth anniversary
as associate adviser of the house.
Beginning the party with a
trumpet fanfare by Walt Chesnut,
the residents gave Mrs. McCormick
a standing ovation when she en-
tered the dining room. She was
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then escorted to the table of hon-
or.
Following dinner, coffee and an-
niversary cake were served by the
members of the house council.
Invited guests at the coffee hour
were past and present advisers and
associates of Wenley House and
the quadrangle.
Assisting the men of Wenley
with their surprise party were the
other associate advisers of West
Quadrangle. They helped with the
table decorations.

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Committee Members 11.
Members of the central com- COFFEE HOUR -- Joint coffee
mittee include Libby Sundel and hour, under the sponsorship of the
Jay Keystone, co-chairmen; John University Club and the Faculty
Ackerman, finance; Penny Edel- Women's Club will be held from 41
stein, post party; Bobby Binkow, to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
pro,.rams; Harriet Lefkowitz and Union.
Stan Kostman, publicity; Carol 1
Shapiro, secretary; Ricky Schil- LIFE GUARD CORPS - Life;
ler, stage manager; Bob Van Gel- Guard Corps of the Women's Ath-
der, supervisor; Claire Padover letic Association will have a meet,
and Yvonne Alkalay, tickets; and ing at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Harold Lubin, transportation. Women's Pool.I
Tickets will be on sale next week * *
in Mason Hall, the dormitories, JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY - Peti-
quadrangles and at Hillel. The tioning for JGP has been extended.
Hillelzapoppin' committee invites Coeds who are interested may con-
anyone who is interested to par- tact the Undergraduate Office of
ticipate in the show either as an the League for further Informa-
,tertainer or as an observer. tion.
"CRIMSON CAROUSEL"
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