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SUNDAYA~i~U,*~~94~TILE .. iCHIGAN DAILY AF 1V

PAGE-VIVA.

Campus Sororities
Bid 344 Women
Pledging To Take Place at Houses at 5 p.m.
Tomorrow; Silence Period To Continue

(Continued from Page 1)
Handelman, Chicago, Ill.; Ethel Isen-
berg, Detroit; Edna Elaine Klein,
Louisville, Ky.; Irene Lager, Cleve-
land, O.; Ruth Lazar, Chicago, Ill.;
Lois Lefkowitz, Kansas' City, Mo.;
Peggy Maire, Hempstead, N. J.; Jan-
ice Oberman, Chicago, Ill.; Lois Ros-
enzweig, Welch, W. Va.; Nancy Schil-
ler, Detroit; Beth Elaine Srere, De-
troit; Bgverly Weissman, Stamford,
Conn.; Sue Tyser, Chicago, Ill.; Phyl-
lis Welber, South Bend, Ind.; Paula
Zerman, Atlanta, Ga.; Betty Ann
Zien, Milwaukee, Wis.;
Alpha Gamma Delta: Jean Boyle,
Detroit; Marilyn J. Burnes, Pon-
tiac; Eleanor L. Benner, Woodland;
Charlotte Bryant, Alto; Jane Ann
Gray, Monroe; Barbara Hamilton,
Ann Arbor; Gloria Johnston, Detroit;
Donna Leidlein, Saginaw; Ferne Le-
pisto, Wakefield; Margaret Mann,
Toledo, O.; Betty Mitchell, Highland
Park; Jeanne Marie North, Detroit;
Betty Lee Orphal, Grosse Pointe;
Marian Ott, Cincinnati, 0.; Marion
Deane, Flint; Suzanne Falvay, Rip-
ley, N. Y.; Haverly R. Hubert, Fern-
dale; Pauline McCarty, Detroit; Joan
Morse, Detroit; Marguerite Phillips,
Alma; Aileen Dora Thayer, Battle
Creek; Mary June Thomson, Detroit;
Jean Wagner, La Grange, Ill.; Doro-
thy E. Ward, Gladwin; Joyce Law-
rence, Ypsilanti; Dorothy Taylor,
Detroit;
Alpha Omicron Pi: Janet Hazel
Barber, Cleveland Hgts., 0.; Paula-
jean Bouchez, Spring Valley, Ill.;
Dolores Earl, Vassar; Lorna Doone
Fleming, Rochester, N. Y.; Mary
Gordon, Detroit; Dorothy E. Hurl-
but, Ann Arbor; Phyllis McCall, Bay
City; Avis MCrillis, Goffstown,
N. H.; Joy Martin, Highland Park;
Charline Matthews, Ferndale; Janet
Marie Osgood, St. Johns; Barbara
Rohan, Springfield, Mass.; Helen
Towas, Ann Arbor; Mary Sue West-
brook, Marine City; Sally Wyman,
Ann Arbor; Vera Zinkievich, Niagara
Falls, N. Y.;
Alpha Phi: Betty Abbott, Ruther-
ford, N. Y.; Margot Breitmeyer, Mt.
Clemens, N. Y.; Alice Carlson, Ft.
Wayne, Ind.; Lowell Cravens, De-
troit; Dorothy Gianque, Niagara
Falls, N. Y.; Janice Goodsell, Sagi-
naw; Janice Green, Elyria, 0.; Joyce
Hall, Ann Arbor; Audrey Johnson,
Jamestown, N. Y.; Mary Lee Krupka,
Saginaw; Susan Lundeen, Saginaw;
Helen Elaine Masson, Belmont, Mass.;
Alice Miller, Jamestown, N. Y.; Gerry
Miller, Detroit; Donis J. Murray,
Birmingham; Beatrice Newberry, De-
troit; Virginia Olberding, Van Wert,
0.; Marilyn Schaefer, Port Huron;
Pauline Thompson, Chicago, Ill.;
Alpha Xi Delta: Jane Bartlett,
Hadden Hgts., N. Y.; Marian F. Bur-
ton, Lansing; Jeannette Collins, Ann
Arbor; Beverly L. Gough, Detroit;
Mary Ellen Harbison, Milan; Vir-
ginia Lowry, Warren, 0.; CaroNancy
Macha, E. Cleveland, 0.; Lillian Lee
McLaren, Detroit; Marilyn Neff,
Three Rivers; Mary Elizabeth Nich-
ols, Jackson; Eleanor Ross, Detroit;
Carolyn Weigold, Charlotte, N. C.;
Doris Ann Weyl, Dearborn; Barbara
L. Whittaker, Lancaster, N. Y.; Mary
Lou Gyourko, Columbus, 0.;
Chi Omega: Aileen Allen, San
Diego, Calif.; Faith C. Boult, Sault
Ste. Marie; Porter Capps, Jackson-
ville, Ill.; Janet Farley, Bay City;
Dorothy Griese, Detroit; Gretchen
Geigenmueller, Monroe; Mary Ellen
Gray, Romeo; Sally Housel, Fern-
dale; Barbara E. Herman, Franklin
Village; Barbara Hitchcock, Snyder,
N. Y.; Lucile Kennedy, Grand Rap-
ids, Mich.; Mary Lee Miller, East
Lansing; Eileen M.Nedrosik, Fern-
dale; Dotty Ann Parker, Ann Arbor;
Patricia Reid, Detroit; Nancy Rob-
ertson, Grosse Pointe; Marion Jean
Rice, South Bend, Ind.; Janet Rog-
ers, New Rochelle, N. Y.; Georgia
Suliburk, Detroit; Jeane Schinkez,
Jackson; Marcia Wagner, Bay City;
Collegiate Sorosis: Harriet Atwood,
Highland Park; Betty Aschen Bren-
ner, Farmington; Doris Diekema,
Holland; Margo Ernst, Saginaw;

Nancy Finn, Detroit; Nancy Fur-
stenberg, Ann Arbor; Phyllis Krea-
ger, Ann Arbor; Frances Jenkins,
Big Rapids; Charlotte Leach, Ash-
tabula, 0.; Lenore Mack, Galina,
N. J.; Jean Pettigrew, Hudson, N. Y.;
Cornelia Reagan, New York, N. Y.;
Glenice Render, Birmingham; Rox-
ana Tayler, Detroit; Susan Taylor,

Kalamazoo; Patricia Throop, Ann
Arbor; Frances Walker, Detroit;
Shirley Ward, Big Rapids.
Delta Delta Delta: Jane Auld,
Youngstown, Ohio; Camille Ayo, De-
troit; Elizabeth Adams, Detroit;
Mary Ann Barr, Riverside, Conn.;
Grace Dittmar, Saginaw; Betty Etter.
Monroe; Lynn Ford, Dearborn; Su-
zanne Genthe, Wyandotte; Elizabeth
Jerome, Rochester; Lynn Rae Kirk,
Rocky River, Ohio; Peggy Matthews,
Ann Arbor; Jane Quail, Pleasant
Ridge; Pat Raseman, Kalamazoo; El-
eanor J. Reed, Allegan; Rozanne
Radcliffe, Bloomington, Ill.; Rosalie
Spence, Ann Arbor.
Delta Gamma: Dorothy Baker,
Wynnewood, Pa.; Jo Anne Brundidge,
East Lansing; Genevieve Brasie,
Flint; Patricia L. Chaffee, Tippeity,
Ohio; Jean Lee Flood, Cincinnati,
Ohio; Janet Fowler, Detroit; Jerry
J. Gaffney, Cleveland Hts., Ohio;
Martha Gilmore, Kalamazoo; Jean
W. Hyde, Detroit; Patti Keller, Bir-
mingham; Cathryn S. Mershon, De-
troit; Martha Peet, Ann Arbor; Joan
Read, Kalamazoo; Virginia Rogers,
Royal Oak; Delight Scoville, River-
side, Ill.; Beverly Ritchey, Yonkers,
N. Y.; Sally Ann Stimson, Williams-
town, Mass.; Barbara Snyder, De-
troit; Sarah J. Stevenson, Flint; Dor-
othea Townsend, Detroit; Susanna
Wade, Grand Rapids; Helen P. Wil-
liams, Jackson; Consuelo Wenger,
Detroit; Olive Jean Whitaker, Oak
Park, Ill.
Gamma Phi Beta: June Elaine
Brand, Oak Park, Ill.; Carolyn Cum-
mins, Detroit; Viola Vonverse, Stan-
dish; Paula G. Davey, Flint; Mar-
jory Rosch, pak Park, Ill.; Arline
Ely, Rutherford, N. Y.; Beth Fraser,
Detroit; Dorothy Goppelt, Saginaw;
Jane Alene Grothaus, Dayton Ohio;
Edna Jane Hyatt, Canton, Ohio; Col-
leen Ide, Saugus, Mass.; Sophia Klee,
Jacksonville, Fla.; Edna Lofstedt,
Niagara Falls, N. Y.; Martha Mc-
Cray, Grosse Pt.; Mary McNamara,
Saginaw; Betty McCallum, Grosse
Pt.; Patricia Stanford, Bloomfield
Hills; Hazel Tibbals, Pontiac; Paula
Donna Ulrich, Pontiac; Alice Su-
zanne West; Ann Arbor.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Margaret
Sheldon Bland, Rockford, Ill.; Ca-
therine Bromer, Bryn Mawr, Pa.;
Virginia Bostwick, Birmingham; Hel-
en Corlett, Oak Park, Ill.; Carolyn
Craig, Grand Rapids; Jean Eddy, W.
Hartford, Conn.; Mary Jane Hous-
ton, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Joan Lawson,
Detroit; Joan Lindsay, Dearborn; Pa-
tricia Pontius, Chicago, Ill.; Beverly
Gail Pryor, Bay Village, Ohio; Jan
Richards, Berwyn, Ill.; Sally Stamats,
Cedar Rapids, Ira.
Kappa Delta; Jule Ann Benson,
Saginaw; Helen Colton, Indiana, Pa.;
Betty Clark, Detroit; -B. Jane Dahl-
berg, Ann Arbor; Jacqueline Eh-
nerd, Escanaba; Barbara Ferguson,
Buffalo, N. Y.; Barbara Gray, Atlan-
ta, Ga.; Marjorie C. Hewson, Royal
Oak; Marian Heilman, McDonald,
Ohio; Joyce Henry, West Hartford,
Conn.; Margery Holk, Detroit; Mary
P. King, Detroit; Nancy Ann Ky-
noch, Ann Arbor; Jane Ann Lohrey,
Rocky River, Ohio; Eleanor L. Mer-
riman, Clarks Summit, Pa.; Regina
Manning, Escanaba; Helen L. Pierce,
Union City; Erma K. Stevens, Indi-
anapolis, Ind.; Beth Towar, Wil-
liamsport, Pa.; Patsy Wager, Har-
bor Springs; Dorothy Kikel, Wauke-
gan, Ill.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Marcia
Jean Brunk, Rockford, Ill.; Kathryn
Dempsey, Pontiac; Julia Ann Diggs,
Shaker Hts., Ohio; Nancy Holt, High-
land Park, Ill.; Doris A. Johnson,
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Georgia Rae Kel-
lar; Ann Arbor; Polly Murray, Eve-
leth, Minn.; Nancy Neumann, Bir-
mingham; Marie Neumeister, River
Forest, Ill.; Janet Pease, Cincinnati,
Ohio; Jo Reuland, Rockford, Ill.
Lucy Ruddell, Chevy Chase, Md.;
Susan Margaret Schomburg, Toledo,
Ohio; Carol Straeley, Cincinnati,
Ohio; Kathleen Watson, Highland
Park; Betty Ann Wilder, Ann Ar-

bor.
Pi Beta Phi: Ann Bissell, Las Cru-
ces, New Mex.; Ernalee Brutschy,
Grosse Pt.; Barbara Brady, Balti-
more, Mr.; Nancy Bridge, Franklin,
Ohio; Eleanor Brown, Ann Arbor;
Cynthia Cotes, E. Lansing; Panet

i Re Bal
Will Feature
Prima's Music
Slide Rule Ball, to be presented
by the engineering school from 9
p.m. to midnight Friday, April 13,
will feature the music of Louis Prima
and his orchestra.
The annual formal dance is given
primarily for engineers and their
guests, but is open this year to the
entire campus. Tickets may be
purchased Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at the Union Travel
Desk or from 10 a.m. to noon at
the Engine Arch on the same days.
Decorations for Slide Rule Ball
are always apropos for an engi-
neering school function and this
year will include large emblems rep-
resenting different engineering so-
cieties. The famous slide rule, dear
to the hearts of all engineers and
carefully protected from all lawyers,
will have a prominent place among
the decorations.
Committee members planning
the dance haveb noqualms about
Friday the 13 bringing them badI
luck. Publicity Chairman Charles
Helmick said that the committee
has complete confidence that the
slide rule will remain securely hid-
den in the West Engineering vault
and that the orchestra will arrive
safely and on time.
Patrons for Slide Rule Ball in-
clude President and Mrs. A. G. Ruth-
ven, Dean Emeritus and Mrs. H. C.
Sadler, Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Asst. Dean and
Mrs. W. J. Emmons, Asst. Dean C. T.
Olmsted and Asst. Dean and Mrs.
W. B. Rae.
The list of patrons continues with
Prof. Emeritus and Mrs. E. M. Bragg,
Prof. Emeritus and Mrs. A. H. White,
Prof. and Mrs. L. S. Baier, Prof.
and Mrs. O. W. Boston, Prof. C. G.
Brandt, Prof. and Mrs. G. G. Brown,
Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Cissel, Prof..
and Mrs. N. A. Dodge, Prof. and\
Mrs. E. L. Erikson, Prof. and Mrs.
C. W. Good and Prof. and Mrs. L.
M. Gram.
Also included are Prof. and Mrs.
R. S. Rowley, Prof. and Mrs. D. L.
Katz, Prof. and Mrs. A. H. Kuethe,
Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Lay, Prof. and
Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Prof. and Mrs. C.
E. Love, and Prof. and Mrs. F. N.
Menefee.
Captain W. V. Michaux, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. R. C. Miller, Prof. and
Mrs. A. D. Moore, Prof. and Mrs.
R. H. Sherlock, Prof. and Mrs. M.
B. Stout, Prof. and Mrs. R. E.
Townsend, Prof. and Mrs. C. Upthe
grove, Prof. and Mrs. E. T. Vincent
and Prof. and Mrs. A. E. White are
also included.
Assoc. Prof. and Mrs. Axel Marin,
Asse. Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Kessler,
Assoc. Prof. and Mrs. R. Schneide-
wind, Asst. Prof. and Mrs. L. C.
Maugh, and Asst. Prof. and Mrs.
C. W. Spooner complete the list.
Cork, Ann Arbor; Betty Eaton, Pleas-
ant Ridge; Frances Gurche, Hunt-
ington Woods; Anne Guinan, Larch-
mont, N. Y.; Nina Kalbfus, Bir-
mingham; Jane Mayer, Franklin,
Ohio; Virginia Morton, Grosse Pt.;
Carla Mullendore, Los Angeles, Calif.;
Marjorie Jean Patterson, Pontiac;
Harriet Pierce, Chicago, Ill.; Har-
riet Thompson, Riverside, Ill.; Juliet
Wattles, Hollywood, Ill.; Elizabeth
Wren, Baltimore, Md.
Sigma Delta Tau: Corinne Azen,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Marcie Fisher, Ka-
amazoo; Gloria Gordon, Petoskey;
Rita Grossman, Louisville, Ky.; Har-
riet Halpert, Kalamazoo; Dorothy
Helen Hayes, Brookline, Mass.; Rita
Hyman, Miami Beach, Fla.; Rita
Kallman, Detroit; Anita Katz, Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; Pearl Klausner,
Shaker Hts., Ohio; Jean Kimel, High-
land Park, N. J.; Ruth Klausner,

Shaker Hts., Ohio; Lois N. Kollen-
berg, Grand Rapids; Phyllis Leaf,
Chicago, Ill.; Norma Levy, Clayton,
Mo.; Carol Lieberman, Maplewood,
N. J.; Anne Moskowitz, Rockville
Centre, N. Y.; Margy Lou Office,
Dayton, Ohio; Phyllis Rosenberg,
Cleveland Hts., Ohio; Blossom Sal-
kind, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Bernice
Schneider, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Lolita
June Stein, Toledo, Ohio; Lois True-
haft, Toledo, Ohio; Shirley Wienstein,
Jamestown, N. Y.; Joyce Winternitz,
Chicago, Ill.
Zeta Tau Alpha: Anna Marie Bel-
isle, Detroit; Joey MacKenzie, Lan-
sing; Leslie Joyce McVey, Hammond,
Ind.; Joyce Meengs, Grand Rapids;
Margaret Morse, Grosse Pt.; Beverly
Newberg, Ludington; Alice M. Scott,
Detroit.

From There'
Seniors To Attend First Night
Performance; Songs of Last
Year's JG Play To Be Given
"Take It From There," has been
selected as the name of Junior Girls
play which will be given at 7:30
p.m. Thursday, April 26, in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre in the League.
This performance will be Senior
Night, with all the senior women in-
vited to attend free of charge. Pre-
ceding the play, the seniors will add
to the entertainment by giving songs
and dances from their own JG play
which was given last year.
This year's play has been written
entirely by junior women and all the
songs and dance routines will be
original. "Take It From There" is
centered about a very novel theme.
Play Is Unusual
As Helen Alpert, publicity chair-
man, explained it, the juniorschave
a play that they think is something
new and different-so different in
fact that they have to be sure that
it's good before they present it to
the public.
"If the seniors like it," she con-
tinued, "we will have public per-
formances of it. We want to test
the audience reaction to our star-
tling, unusual play before we open
it to the public."
The scripts will be available for
distribution to the members of the
central committee of the play from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
JGP office in the League. Chairmen
may get their scripts at that time.
Deadline for Dues
Junior dues of $1 are now being
collected. The deadline for paying
being made by the house presidents,
and will be turned in at the House
presidents' meeting on Tuesday.
Those women who live in private
homes or apartments will have an
opportunity to pay their dues from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the
Undergraduate Office in the League.
No junior will be allowed to assist
on the class play if she hasn't paid
her dues. It is traditional for junior
women to finance their class, and
dues will be compulsory, according
to Mary Bartley, secretary-treasurer.

Juiiors Name

Play

Take It

Coeds To Don
Colorful Easter
Outfts Today
Hoping that the heavens will hold
back their "tears" to allow those who
live in this rain center to enjoy
Easter to the fullest extent, Michi-
gan's typical coed will don her bright
new Easter outfit and smile this
morning.
Those women who are not able to
be in their respective home towns for
the holiday will be seen on their way
to services this morning in bright
spring colors of coral, warm yellow,
lime green and soft blue shades.
These will be found in coats of vary-
ing lengths, either in tailored styles
or in softly detailed models.
On the other hand, many of the
new longer-length suits will occupy a
prominent place in the Easter parade
and these will be dressed up with soft
bow blouses in either plain, striped,
or figured types.
As for the crowning glory-alias
milady's chapeau-our coed will wear
either off-the-face styles, pill-boxes,
or smaller straw types. However, all
will be definite pleasing additions to
her stunning and well-planned out-
fit.
Volunteers Needed
For Stamp Booths
More volunteer women are needed
to sell war stamps and bonds in the
JGP booths which are set up in the
Union and the League.
Any junior who is interested should
call Jean Hotchkin, JGP booth chair-
man, 2-3 159. Volunteers are expect-
ed to work a minimum of one hour
a week, but this may be at a specific
time. The booths are open from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekday.

Petitioning for WAA Offices,
Assembly To Be Continued

Positions Are Open
To 'U' Independents
Petitioning for officers of Assembly
Council for the coming year is now
going on and will continue until Sat-
urday, according to Florene Wilkins,
president of Assembly.
The offices, which are open to
independent women who will have
senior status next year, are those
of president, vice-president in
charge of dormitories, vice presi-
dent in charge of league houses,
and secretary-treasurer.
All other independent women may'
petition for the three remaining posi-
tions. These are personnel admini-
strator, and two war activities chair-
men. One war activities chairman
will record the activities of dormitor-
ies and the other chairman will keep
the records of campus league houses.
The personnel administrator has on
file sheets which indicate the interest
of every unaffiliated -coed. It is her
duty to place women in volunteer
positions which correspond to their
interests.
The detailed duties of each Assem-
bly officer will be given on an ex-
planatory sheet, which will be posted
on the door of the Kalamazoo Room
on the second floor of the League.
An Assembly officer will be in the
Kalamazoo Room from 3 p. m. to 5
p. m. each afternoon to answer any
questions concerning petitioning.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Kalamazoo Room and in .the Under-
graduate Office. They are to be
turned in the Assembly box in the
Undergraduate Office.
INVEST IN VICTORY

Candidates ToAttend
Explanatory Meeting
All coeds who are planning to peti-,
tion for a position on the executive
council or as sport manager of WAA
Board, should attend the meeting to
be held at 4:30 p. m. Wednesday in
the Correctives Room of Barbour
Gym.
At this meeting the plan of the
WAA Board will be explained as
well as the organization of the exec-
utive and sports positions. Shelby
Dietrich, 1944-45 president of the
board will speak on the functions of
the organization.
All petitions must be in by 12:30
p. in. Saturday and the petitioners
may sign up for interviewing at the
League when they put their petitions
in the box in the Undergraduate
Office.
Coeds' Meetigs
Are Scheduled.
There will be a meeting of all
league house presidents at 5 p. in.
Tuesday in the Kalamazoo Room of
the League. All presidents are to be
present on time as the picture for
the Ensian will be taken promptly at
5 p. m.
K k $
Women's War Council will not meet
tomorrow because of sorority pledg-
ing. There will be a dinne meeting
at 5:30 p. m. Thursday in the Under-
graduate Office in the League. All
members must be present at the
meeting.

I.

LU CIEN LELONG
Such a bit of witch-
cry, a fragrant face pow-
der that gives the same
sheen-of .apearl look to
your face, throat and
shoulders. Dustsaon
your skin light as a fall-
ing blossom-and yet it
clings so insistently,
your makeup lasts for
hours. Six shades from
fragile creamy tints to
deep suntan tones.
In the frosted
glass box2......

%7HEY have battered the cathedrals. Torn down rude
stone. Left only ashes, charred embers and gaping holes.
Yet, Qut of the rubble, out of the flames and the ruins,
the cathedral cities shall 'rise again. Neither bomb nor
flame nor terror can destroy the spirit reborn each Easter.
And in the bare ruined choir lofts where once sweet
voices sang-in the splintered glass of the holy win-
dows - in the mangled stones beneath the eaves - there
lives the Spirit of the Resurrection.
THE SPIRIT that makes man bow his head in prayer.
That makes him search for truth. The Spirit that guides
the weak out of the darkness of evil into the Light.
That is the Spirit that will ever live on-the indestructi-
ble Spirit of Goodness!
AND SO we know today - this Easter - that the
Resurrection shall come. The scars of cities shall be
healed. The wounds stopped up. Cathedrals raised.

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