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xTE M IC H IG AN DAILY,

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Women To Attend Installation Of Campus
BWOC's Tomorrow At Waterman Gym

Ruthvens Issue Special Invitations I
To Qroups For Tea Wednesday,

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Approximately 1,100 students and
faculty guests will convene to see
campus careers officially ended and
begun at the annual Installation
Banquet to be held at 6 p.m. tomor-
row in Waterman Gymnasium. Feat-
ures of the evening will be the an-
nouncement of the "BWOC's" of the
Class of '43 and the tapping of Mor-
tarboard and Senior Society honor-
aries.
Speaker for the occasion will be
Prof. Harlow J. Heneman of the
political science department and ex-
ecutive director of the University
War Board. Professor Heneman will
speak on what women have done in
the past and what they can do
towards defense.
Banquet Moved To Waterman
The large numbers attending the
banquet this year have occasionedj
the unprecedented move of the ban- I
quet hall from the League to the
Gymnasium. Patrons and patron-
esses are requested to meet before-
hand in the Office of the Dean of
Women, Betty Bailie, '42, has an-
nounced.
In charge of arrangements for the
banquet are the outgoing members
of the League Council, headed by
general chairman, Margaret Sanford,
'42, who will be assisted in the pre-
sentation of the evening's program
by Charlotte Thompson, '43, newlya
selected president of the League, and
Lorraine Judson, '43, new chairman
of the women's Judiciary Committee.
Appointments Announced
Jane Baits, '42, retiring Judiciary
president, will make the announce-
ments of the new League officers and
committee heads, orientation advis-

ers for next fall and the winners of
the three' Ethel McCormick scholar-
ships.
Other surprise announcements will
include the new presidents of Assem-
bly, Panhellenic and the WAA. Retir-
ing presidents Jean Hubbard, Patri-
cia Hadley and Donelda Schaible will
reveal the names of their successors
and their new executive boards. Fol-
lowing the officers' announcements,
members of Mortarboard and Senior
Society honoraries will circulate
among the tables to tap their new
members. Women so honored will
wear distinguishing mortarboards or

white senior collars to classes Tues-
day.
The theme of the banquet will be
centered about a department store
with each department of work in the
League named accordingly, and pro-
grams designed to carry out the idea.
Other outgoing League Council
members in charge of the arrange-
ments include Elizabeth Luckham,
assistant to Miss Sanford; Miss Hub-
bard and Miss Hadley, patrons; Mar-
jorie Polumbaum and Phyllis Love-
joy, programs; Miss Schaible and
Betty Fariss, tickets; Miss Bailie,
Miss Baits, Janet Hooker, publicity.

The ninth in this year's series ofv
Ruthven Teas, open to all students
on campus, will be held from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the home of
President and Mrs. Ruthven.
Special invitations have been issued
to the following groups: Lloyd House,
Couzens Hall, Phi Sigma Sigma, Zeta
Tau Alpha, Theta Xi, Trigon, Zeta
Psi, Kappa Nu, Phi Epsilon Pi and
Triangle.
House Heads To Pour
Mrs. L. M. Davies, housemother of
Phi Sigma Sigma, and Mrs. M. J.
Boyd, of Zeta Tau Alpha, will pour
from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., while Mrs.
Eugene Giard, of Lloyd House, and
Miss Genevieve DeArmand, of Couz-
ens H-all, will continue from 5 p.m. to
6 p.m. Members of Group IV will
assist Sue Wood, '44, who has charge
of this week's tea.
Laura Vial, '44, and Sally Walsh,
'43, will help at the tea table from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m., with Jane Scher-
merhorn, 44, and Martha Preston,
'43, taking over from 5 p.m. to 6
p.m. Attending at the door from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. will be Marcia Zim-
merman, '44, while Ally Lou Schutt,
'44, will be at the door from 5 p.m. to
6 p.m.
To Have Hostess Duty
Morrow Weber, '44, and Ruth Wood,
'43, will do hostess duty from 4 p.m.

5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Groups III
will be in the dining room#
p.m. to 5 p.m. and Groups I
will be in the living room;
same time. From 5 p.m. to
positions of the groups will
versed.

and IV
from 4
and II
at the
6 p.m.
be re-

to 5 p.m., with Peggy Ross, '44, and
Marlou Shartel, '44, continuing from

WAA SCHEDULE
Badminton will meet at 4:3
p.m. Friday at Barbour Gym,
Basketball: Club will meet at1
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday a
Barbour.
Pitch and Putt: Club will mee
at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at th
WAB.
Swimming: Club will meet a
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Unioj
Pool.
"Rec-Rally" will be held at 7:3
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, an
Thursday at Barbour Gym.
Dance Club will meet at 7:3
p.m. Thursday in Barbour,

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If group members are unable to
attend the tea, they may call their
group chairman.

'Rec-Rally' Will.
Final plans are now being com-
pleted for "Rec-Rally," the three day
affair, which will be held at 7:30 p.4i.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
in Barbour and Waterman Gymnasi-
um, according to Gertrude Andresen,
'42, general chairman of the project.
This project is being sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Association to
promote recreation and physical f it-
nessAmong women students on cam-
pus in order that they may be of
greater assistance to the government
during the period of war. Through
recreation and exercise, one may
build up his or her resistance and so
engage in the many activities that
require attention in defense.
Upperclassmen are especially urged
to take part in the activities, as WAA
realizes that as soon as the freshman
requirement is completed, women neg-

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Tuesday

lect exercise and participation in
sports which is so necessary to their
own welfare. All women on campus
are invited to attend the activities,
however, and each dormitory, soror-
ity, and league house has been asked
to send representatives to each of
the functions.
Winding up the three (iay activity
will be the co-recreational affair'
Wednesday at both Barbour and
Waterman gymnasiums to which all
men and women on campus are in-
vited.

FOR EASTER DINNERS.
kI Lovely Tablecloths
A new tablecloth is just the finis1hing
Slrtouch you need to make your Easter
dinner a grand occasion. Our outstand- .
mig values include Irish Linen Damask
sets for more formal tables, or gay spring
S-prints for informal gatherings.
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fabrics, doeskins and leathers. White and

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colors.

1.00 to 5.00

B. PRETTY HANKIES In fine linens
and shers. Prints, lacy and embroidered

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in the Easter Parade
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with dicky at $10.95.
Others of rayon twill at $58.95, of faille and
crepes to $22.95. Sizes 9-20.

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25c to 2.00

C. LUSTROUS PEARLS In single and
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rhinestone clasps. 2.95 to 7.50
D. DECORATIVE CLIPS and PINS
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of Etaster ensembles. (Choose them to accent
own costume . . . buy them for sure-to-please;
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REMEMBER SOMEONE
ON EASTE ...
witha gift they'll always prize:
Rudolf Serkin playing Beetho-
ven's Emperor Concerto for
piano and orchestra with the
New York Philharmonic or-
chestra. This is the finest of
the recordings of this composi-
tion and it can be found at
the Radio &, Record Shop.
ONLY 6 MORE
SHOPPING DAYS .
to finish gathering your spring
ensemble. Necessary essentials
are a stunning pair of gloves,
a snappy bag and a feminine
blouse to make Easter Sunday
the best of them all. Be sure
to choose the best of every-
thing from the large selection
at the Elizabeth Dillon Shop.
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SOME PERKY GIFTS TO
GIVE AT EASTER . . .
can be found in every size and
shape at Calkins-Fletcher. For
the younger brothers or sisters
or nieces or nephews some bun-
nies and chickens made of soap,
for someone special, some per-
fume or cologne or maybe some
refreshing body powder in a
clever box. Be sure to purchase
your Easter gifts here.
BREEZY SPRING
ACCESSORIES . . .
Add snap and verve to your new
spring outfit with our delight-
ful collection of smart gloves,
bags and blouses. Gloves come
in refreshing colors and fab-
rics, and together with a
smooth bag are a sparkling
addition to your Easter cos-
tume. Blouses are both frilly
and tailored, and are a finish-
ing touch to a spring suit. At
Dillon's.
HATS THAT SUIT YOUR
EVERY WHIM...
Snappy berets to pep up spring
suits .. . dainty flowered crea-
tions to add the maximum of
beauty to Easter coats and
dresses. Costume jewelry, dain-
ty handkerchiefs, unusual
handbags, in fact, all the ac-
cessories necessary for a per-
fect Easter outfit may be found
at the Helen Polhemius Hat
Shop, 'corner S. State at Wil-
liam. Miniature dolls a spec-
ialty.
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skirts. Model at right $25, others
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, \ f yor Spring! ( lever designs 1 jew-
c led )stY les, met als or plastics.
59c to 3.95 pr.
F. IMPORTANT HANDBAGS Small
or large sites. I ong or "fat' shapes.
.catlhers, patents, fabrics. Bright and
dark colors. 2.95 to 7.50
G. FLOWER BOOTONNIERES Gay

BAG and GLOVES ill gay array,
The bags of patent, calf, snake
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