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Installation Night To Be Held May 13 in Rcekhim

Golf Club To Present Play Day;
Members of Tieam Announced

Announcemen ts of Coed Posts,
Tapping, To Highlight Evening

Climaxing several weeks petition-
ing and interviewing for coed cam-
pus activity positions for 1946-47,
Installation Night will be held at
7:30 p.m. Monday, May 13 in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
At this time, announcement will
be made of those women who have
been appointed to positions on Lea-
gue Council, Judiciary Council, Pen-
hellenic and Assembly Boards and
the chairmen and committee mem-1
bers of JGPlay and Soph Cabaret.
Honor Societies To Tap
In addition, tapping will be con-
ducted by Mortarboard, senior honor
society; Scroll, senior honor society
for affiliated women; and Senior
Society, which honors independent
senior coeds. Adhering to a new poli-
cy, the honor societies will dispense
with a line weaving in and out of the
aisles of the auditorium and will go
directly to the women they are tap-
ping.
Membership in the honor societies
is based upon scholarship, activities

and service and the tapping event
is one of the highlights of Installa-
lion Night. Installation ceremonies
vil occupy the entire program for
the event, since no guest speaker will
be .present. .
l a S~t~flFollws
11mmediately following Installation
Night, a reception will be held in the
League Ballroom where free cokes
will be served to all who attend. The
reception will provide an opportunity
for coeds to meet the new members
of League Council, Judiciary Council,
and the newly-tapped members of
the honor societies. All those attend-
ing the installation ceremonies .are
invit ed to attend the reception, ac-
(:ording to Betty Vaughn, vice-presi-
dent of League Council.
Installation climaxes more than a
month of petitioning and interview-
ing for the various offices in women's
activities. Coeds who are installed

Scott Fo Play
For Panhel Ball
Patrons Announced for Dance
By Committee Co-Chairmen
Raymond Scott, originator of the
Scott quintet and composer of suchl
novelties as "Huckleberry. Duck,"I
"Eighteenth Century Drawing
Room," and "Toy Trumpet," will
bring his 12-piece orchestra to the
University for Panhel-Assembly ball,
Friday, May 24.
Patrons for this third annual
ball which will be from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. in the Intramural building,
were announced yesterday by com-
mittee co-chairmen Phyllis W~il-
man and Audrey Weston.
Administration and faculty patrons
listed are President and Mrs. A. G.
Ruthven, Vice-President and Mrs.
R. P. Briggs, Vice-President and Mrs.
M. L. Niehuess, Dean and Mrs. W. I.

will take of lce immediately follow- Bennet, Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and
ing Installation Night and it. is ex- Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Dean and Mrs.
iDected that a large crowd will attend ' S. T. Dana, Dean and Mrs. J. B.
the ceremonies since a record num- Edmonson, Dean Alice Lloyd and
ber of women petitioned for positions Dean and Mrs. E. B. Stason,
this spring.

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Sizes. 32-44; in white,
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BUR-MIL rayon
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The 4 RHYTHMESE BIAS BAND of the
woist s the very special feature of
every Rhythmn slip. It drapes
the bodice tn flattering perfection -
keeps the'skirt from twisting
makes you swing along with a dancer's poise.

The list of patrons continues:
Dean and Mrs. 11. F. Stevenson,
Dean and Mi-s. H. F. Vaughan, As-
sitant Dean and Mrs. W. J. Em-
mons, Assistant Dean and Mrs.
W. B. Rea, Assistant Dean and
Mrs. E. 11. Walter, Registrar and
Mrs. 1. M. Smith, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, Director and Mrs. E. V.
Mioore, Director Rhoda F. Reddig,
Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Angell, Dr.
Margaret Bell and Dr. William
Brace.
Concluding the patron list are As-
sociate professor and Mrs. C. W. Dav-
is, Prof. and Mrs. D. L. Dumond,
assistant professor and Mrs. A. H.
Hawley, George Kiss, Mrs. John E.
Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Z. Norton,:
dssistant professor and Mrs. W. B.1
Palmer, Prof. and Mrs. L. G. Vander
Velde, and assistant professor and.
Mrs. Arthur Van Duren, Jr.
Suomynona Coeds
To Meet In League
Suomynona will. hold a meeting
fromynoon to 1 p.m.hTuesday in the
Russian Tea Room of the League,
to discuss plans for a mixer to be
held Saturday.
All members interested in attend-
ing the mixer must be present at this
meeting, and are requested to bring
their own lunches.
Suomynona is an organization of
independent women, who do not live
in dormitories or league houses, and
are out of contact with other students
because of their living conditions.
There will be a meeting of the
Decorations committee of Panhel-
Assembly Ball at 5 p.m. Tuesday
in the Rehearsal Room of the
League. Barbara Hitchcock, com-
mittee co-chairman, announced
that all members must be present
and must bring their eligibility
cards.

Scholarships
Offered Coeds
For Activities
Three Ethel A. McCormick scholar-
ships are being offered this semester
to sophomore and junior women who
have participated in extracurricular
activities.
The scholarships are presented
each year at Installation Night in!
honor of Miss Ethel McCormick to'
women who have done above average
work in their university courses and
have also taken part in student ac-
tivities.
Applications In League
Application forms may be obtained
in the Social Director's Office in the
League. Each coed who is applying
should fill out the blank and submit
it to the president of the League
this week, along with two letters
of recommendation from Ann Arbor
citizens.
Applicants for the scholarships will
be interviewed Friday. Coeds apply-
ing must have scholastic averages
higher than the campus average for
women and must have participated in
extracurricular activities. Need will
also be considered in judging appli-
cants.
Women Urged To Apply
Nora MacLaughlin, league presi-
dent, urged all coeds who are inter-
ested to apply for the McCormick
Scholarships. "These scholarships
were established to assist women who
may need some financial assistance
and who also want to participate
in activities," Miss MacLaughlin said.
Each award is for $100, and women
r who are at present of sophomore or
junior standing in the University
may apply.
WAA Notices
Lantern Night Song Leaders will
meet at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Correctives Room of Barbour Gym
to submit the names of the songs
their houses are singing and to draw
for positions on the Lantern Night
program, which will be held Tues-
day, May 28.
Fencing Club will meet at 4:20
p.m. Thursday on the WAB Terrace.
Golf Club will meet for student in-
struction from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fri-
day outside of WAB. An all Golf
Club Play Day will be held Satur-
day. For further information, call
Barb Dewey, chairman, at 2-5618.
Softball tournament games have
been scheduled for this week as fol-
lows:
Tuesday: Barbour vs. Gamma Phi
Beta, Couzens 2 vs. Mosher at 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Sororsis vs. Zone 1,
Sigma Delta Tau vs. Tri-Delta, at
5:10 p.m.; Zone 10 vs. Madison, Bald-
win vs. Couzens 1, Zone 9 vs. Zone
5 at 7 p.m.
Thursday: Zeta Tau Alpha vs.
Martha Cook, Alpha Phi vs. Michigan
League at 7 p.m.
The Veterans' Wives' Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
League.

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Blossom Forth
In Playclothes
By LYNNE FORD
In grandnother's salad days, mi-
lady's bloomers were articles of femi-
nine apparel meant only to be care-
fully concealed bcnra Ii. layers of
petticoats -- but not so with the
modern miss.
Bloomers have blossomed into re-
splendence this season and have
caught popular acceptance with nary
a hesitance. The idea was launchedl

The WAA Golf Club will hold an
all-club play day Saturday at 11w
University Course.
The first play day to be held
since the war, it will feature sev-
eral types of golfing contests which
are to be run continuously from
10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Main events on the program are
an individual improvement contest,
a putting contest, and "bingo-bango-
bungo". Each club member enteringI
the first event will strive to better
her best previous score, and a prize
will be awarded to the coed showing
the greatest improvement, based on
scores for nine holes of the course.
Members may putt at any time
on the green, and a prize will be
awarded at the end of the day to
the woman who has the lowest
score in this contest.
The play day will be held under
the sponsorship of Miss Dewey and
the Golf Club board. Board members
include Delight Scoville, Lee Hansen,
Beay Holkesvig, Ruth Sights, Betsy'

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unsuccessfltly a few years ago and
met with only mild interest. Just,
what the psychology behind their
present success may be is hard to
guess, but the fact remains, bloom-
ers are back --- on the outside.
Bathing suit and playsuit de-
signers this season have started
with the bloomer and gone up,
creating outfits that vary in tone
from demure feminiutity to ultra-
sophistication.
The bathing suit shown here runs
true to form in checked gingham.
Tiny ruffles soften the nether lines
of the full shorts,
For the voguish but sophistica-
ted gal, designers have come to bat
with smooth versions of the bloom-
er bathing suit in rayon and cotton
fabrics that lend themselves to soft
draping. Daringly bare halters or
the newer smoothness of covered
up tops make these suits a provo-
cative cross between 1890 and 1946.
The bloomer trend is conspicuous
in play clothes too, with the length
ranging from very short to knee
length knickers. One-piece outfits
with convincing blouses are trans-
formed with one whish into respec-
table little dresses with full skirts
concealing the ever-present bloomers.
With fashion bringing the bloom-
er up to date, another style of grand-
mother's day is pulled from moth-
balls. But what grandmother's re-
action would be ... !

proudly we preset

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To use these "essentials to beauty" is to enjoy an
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tions, Perfumes and Toiletries are favorites of women
famous for their chic.

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Muore, Carol GastriIuI, Jo Hill, and
Nancy Constantine.
Members of the University
Women's Golf team were announced
yesterday by Mrs. Violet Hanley.
Team members and alternates were
selected on the basis of a tournament
under the supervision of Mrs. Hanley,
a member of the Department of
Phys;ical Education for Women.
Ba HIolkesvi was medalist of the
tournament, and the other members
of the team are Shirley Marcellus,
Barbara Dewey, and Hilary Jenswold,
Leona Hansen, Mary Ellen Harbi-
son, Ruth Sights, and Jean Zagel-
meier were named as alternate team
members. Both team and alternates
will receive the privilege of a year's
free play on the University Golf
Course.
The Women's Glee Club will
hold a special rehearsal at 9 a.m.
today in the ABC Room of the
League. All members please at-
tend.

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