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'Heavenly Daze' Will Feature
Raymond Scott's Orchestra;
Dance Will Be Coed-Bid Affair
Prizes Will Be Awarded to Residences Donating Largest
Number of Mirrors To Be Used for Decorations; Tickets
Sales Will Begin in H11,e Two W('e1,I BeWf(e Formal
The third annual Panhel-Assem- the League during the week immedi-
bly Ball, "Heavenly Daze," will be ately preceding the dance.
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, In 1944 Panhellenic and Assembly
May 24, in the Intramural Building. decided to sponsor jointly a formal
Featuring Raymond Scott and jli- ball vhich would replace separate
13-piece orchestra including the Sc)t1 t swhich the organizations held
Quintet1,an s. new in n preous ears.The 1944 presenta-
group called the Secret Seven, tIe
dance is open to all women in 1H
University, and is one of the fewk
coed-bid affairs of the year.
To Be Semi-formal
. "The ball will be semi-formal thisI
year, due to the difficulty men have
in getting formal attire," Collee Ide,
Gamma Phi Beta, and Margaretr
Thompson, Stockwell, general co-
In keeping with the theme of theJ
dance, which will be "heavenly," sev-
eral hundred mirrors, either broken
or whole, will be needed to make pos-
sible an ethereal atmosphere, the
chairmen announced. All houses are
asked to have special boxes for any
mirrors the girls may contribute. Th
mirror drive will continue from today
through May 13, and a prize will bet
awarded to the sorority and inde-
pendent house having the large'st
collection per girl, thus giving smallerr
houses an equal chance with largerl
ones. Members of the decorationt
committee will collect the boxes that
Assisting the general chairmen on
the central committee are BarbaraE
Hitchcock, Betsy Barbour, and Leslie
McVey, Zeta Tau Alpha, decoration
co-chairmen; Rosemary Connors, Al-
pha Chi Omega, and Jean Clare, Mar-
tha Cook, finance co-chairmen: Vir-T
ginia Oberding, Alpha Phi, and Jean
Engstrom, Mosher, ticket co-chair-i
men; Audrey Weston, Mosher, andr
Phyllis Wilman, Delta Gamma, pa-l
tron co-chairmen; Lois Iverson, Al-c
pha Delta Pi, and Sarah Simons,
Stockwell, program, music and build-
ing co-chairmen, and Marie Neu-c
meister, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and
Bettyann Larsen, Adelia Cheever,
League To Sell Tickets
Tickets, for the dance will be $3.00,
and will go on sale in all coed houses
on campus two weeks before the
dance. A booth will also be located in
tion marked he first of these and
was 'alled "Boulevard Ball." The
laf,,n for last year's Panhel-Assem-
wly ial was "It's Your Lucky Strike."
To Be Ca pped
Eighty student nurses who have
successfully completed the first six
moths f nurses training will re-
ceive caps in the traditional annual
ipjiing ceremony to be held at 8:15
p.m. Tuesday in the Rackham Lec-
Highlight of the program will be1
an address by Miss Mildred Tuttle,
nursing consultant for the W. K. Kel-
logg Foundation. "Future Oppor-
tonitis in Nursing" will be the sub-
=a ( of her talk.
Miss t.hoda F. Iteddig, director
ot Shocl of Nursing will pre-
s (I. The class will be presented to
Miss Reddig for their caps by Miss
Ada !Hawkins, assistant director of
them c-hool of Nursing.
The Choral Club of the School of
Nursing, under the direction of
Charles Matheson, graduate student
in the School of Music, will sing two
numbers for the program; "The
Dance of the Flowers" by Nepomu-
ceno and "Lift Thine Eyes" from Eli-
jah by Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. The
singing of the "Yellow and Blue" will
close the program.
Each nursing school in the coun-
try has a different cap, and their
j:rcsenrtaticn marks a high spot in
the training of every student nurse.
Students who have received caps
will now begin to spend more hours
en hospital duty in addition to
their regular work.
MARY HAS THREE LAMS-Unlike Mary of the nursery rhyme, one-
year-old Mary Mordan (above) has triplet lambs as playmates at the
farm of her father, H. W. Morden, Jr., Toronto, Canada, where the little
fellows were born recently.
Swim oi KngMee.. . Tuesday: Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Alpha
.m i -eEpsilon Phi, Alpha Phi vs. Ann Arbor
The WAA Swimming club will Independents at 5:10 p.m. Couzens
sponsor its annual women's swim- II vs. Barbour, Gamma Phi Beta vs.
ming meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Mosher, Jordan vs. Madison at 7 p.m.
the Union Pool. Wednesday: Collegiate Sorosis vs.
A feature of the meet will be a Zone , Sigma Delta Tau vs. Zone III
novelty relay event, with four WAA at 5:10 p.m. Baldwin vs. Zone V at 71
Board members competing against a p.m.
team of four members of the League Thursday: Tri-Dltla vs. Alpha
Council. Gamma Delta, Alpha Xi Delta vs. Al-
Teams from sororities, dormitor- pha Omincron Pi at 5:10 p.m. Michi-
ies, and league house, will compete gan League vs. Zone VIII, Martha
for awards which will ;e given to Cook vs. Couzens IV at 7:10 p.m.
the top three residence teams and
to the three women making the Putting Contest
highest point total. [ t .
Contests will be held in 25 and 50 The WAA Golf Club will hold a
yard freestyle, backstroke, and putting contest for all club mem-
breaststroke events, as well as in a bers at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB
100-yard freestyle relay in which putting green.
house teams have been entered. Scores in the all-campus women's
Cmpetition in diving will also tournament are due Tuesday at the
be held, withSeach entrant required desk of the WAB. Those entering
to do a front dive, back dive, and should hand in a signed scorecard for
one optional dive of her choice. the last nine holes of the University
Members of the Women's Physical Course at the WAB desk.
Education staff will act as diving The four top scorers in the con-
judges. test will be named team members
Members of the Swimming club are to represent the University in
to act as ushers for the meet, which women's golfing events. The sec-
is open to the public. All participants and four best scorers will hold al-
are reminded that they must be at ternate postions for the team, and
the pool and ready to swim promptly all eight will have the privilege of
at 7:30 p.m. free play on the University Course.
C be nGolf club members were reminded
s . . . yesterday by Barbara Dewey, golf
The following WAA club meetings manager, that club membership lists
have been scheduled for the coming are available and should be obtained
week: as soon as possible at the WAB desk.
Golf Clb: putting meeting and Miss Dewey also stated that all
contest at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB members should attend the Tuesday
putting green. Instructional meeting meeting, and contest. The club's
from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at the WAB plants for the remainder of the se-
with student instructors in charge., mester include a play-day scheduled
Fencing Club: meeting at 4:20 p.m. for May 11 and other putting con-
Thursday with fencing on the WAB tests.
Interviews for Soph Cabaret Cen-
Softba I I Games. tral Committee posts will be held
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday in
The games in the WAA softball the Judiciary Council Room of the
tournament for tne coming week League. All freshmen women who
have been scheduled as follows. In petitioned for sophomore positions
case of unfavorable weather, games and were unable to sign for inter-
will be cancelled, and team managers viewing times should sign for in-
in doubt as to whether games will be terviews tomorrow in the Under-
played should call the WAB after 3 graduate Office. Each coed must
p.m. present an eligibility card signed
Monday: Kappa Kappa Gamma by the Merit-Tutorial Committee
vs. Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha of the League at her interview.
Theta vs. Zones VI and VII at 7 p.m.
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Tuesday Set as Final Deadline;
League To Receive Donations
The Easter Clothing Drive, spon-
sored by the League will continue
through this week until Tuesday, by
which time all clothing contributions
shculd be turned in at the Game
Room on the second floor of the
All articles of clothing collected
during the drive will be sent to the
Foster Parents' Plan for War Chil-
dren in New York which in turn will
see that they are distributed to the
needy people of England, France,
Holland, Belgiur and Malta.
Persons living in these Euro-
pean countries that are suffering
from the war have very few clothes.
Because of these unsanitary cloth-
ing conditions, skin diseases are be-
coming rampant. All kinds of gar-
ments are needed, especially those
for men, women and teen-agers.
The League committee has sug-
gested that every women's organized
house strive to see how many persons
they can completely clothe with their
House presidents are taking the
responsibility of personally canvass-
ing every room in their particular
houses and each coed will be asked to
donate all and anything that she can.
The complete house contribution
should be turned in with a list of all
To Give .Dance
Something new has been added to
the annual Newman Club Spring
Formal this year, according to Doris
Heidgen, co-chairman, . who ex-
plained that women may ask men to
Sponsored each year by the local
Catholic students' organization, the
1946 edition is scheduled from 9 p.m.
to midnight Friday, May 17, in the
Rainbow Room of the Union.
Bill Layton and his campus orches-
tra will be on the bandstand for the
semi-formal dance. Tickets are re-
stricted to Newman Club members
and may be purchased from mem-
bers of the organization.
The dance is under the co-chair-
manship of Bill Muha and Doris
Heidgen. Other committee chairmen
include Tom Donnelly, tickets; Kay
Kaye, programs; Mary Battle, deco-
rations; Barbara Luke, patrons; Cam
Fisher, entertainment; and Pat
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day, one will overhear a drenched,
irate freshman crying, "But it was so
warm and springy when I left the
Predicting the weather in Ann Ar-
bor is very simple; it all comes with
experience and certain indications
will always appear. We have discov-
ered that there are five sure signs of
First of all, you see your roommate
run to the window at five minute in-
tervals, peek out at the blue sky, then
pry open the box in which she has
been storing her new saddles, and
carefully slip into them.
SECONDLY, the sun, streaming into
Kthe room plays lightly on your
tweedspring coat, which has been
hanging on the closet door for weeks
waiting for a nice day. The tempta-
tion is overwhelming, and you are
forced to wear it. The results are al-
ways damp and chilling.
Thirdly, you are going to have that
extra-sltecial iairset at the beauty
shop, and you have neglected to take
Anoither evil omen is that you are
:oing to a formal dance that night.
AND, last of all, complete arrange-
ments have been made for a
spring picnic in the 'Arb.'
So, if you should see any of the
preceding signs, here's a bit of fair
warning: dust off the umbrella and
slip you kerchief into your pocket,
because it'll rain every time!
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