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77__ THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

Coed Leaders Chosen atI nstallation Night

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1946-47 fitivities
Chairman Selected
it fnnual Progrnm
New Members Tapped by Mortarboard,
Scroll, Senior Society; Refreshments Served
In League Ballroom Following Ceremony
(Continued from Page 1)
anne Radliff, make-up; Dolores Mas-
Assembly; Margaret Gage, Gamma sey and Betty Ann Rybolt, publicity;
Phi Beta, president of Panhellenic As- Pamela Wrinch, ushering; and Fran-
sociation; Jean Brown, Kappa Kappa ces Gurche, programs.
Gamma, president of WAA; Ann Rob- Members of the central committee
inson, Pi Beta Phi, chairman of the for Sophomore Cabaret will be Polly
social committee; Doris Krueger, Chi Hanson, chairman; Barbara Ream,
Omega, publicity; Olive Chernow, assistant; Harriet Mermelstein, sec-
Cook, personnel; Barbara Raymer, Al- retary; Jacqueline Reid, assistant;
pha Epsilon Phi, drives; Rudy Rado, Patricia Hannagan, publicity; Gwen
Newberry, merit-tutorial; Joan Sch- Sperlich and Joyce Bowen, assistants;
lee, Chi Omega, freshman orienta- Barbara McNeill, finance; Nell Wil-
tion; Lois Iverson, Alpha Delta Pi, son, assistant; Eugenia McCallum,
transfer orientation. tickets; and Sue Montgomery, assist-
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women, ant.
presented the three Ethel A. McCorm- This list continues with Mary Stier-
ick scholarships to Betty Lou Bid- er, floor show chairman; Letitia
well, Barbour; Jean Griese, Chi Ome- Burke, assistant; Lois Garntz, script;
ga; and Lois Kelho, Alpha Gamma Joanne Bromm, dance; Ruth Sights,
Delta. These scholarships are award- stage manager; Marily Holmquist,
ed on the basis of scholarship and assistant; Betty Estes, singing; Sally
extra-curricular activities. Satn osueSe ndr s
extr-curiclar c Lvitessstant; Patricia Baumgarten, music.
One of the highlights of the eve- Mary Quinn, make-up; Margery
ning was the tapping of new members Plaut, program; Betty Hamilton, eli-
by the three honor societies. New
membrs f Mrta Bad, atinalgibility; Margarite Melody Damon
members of Mortar Bard, national refreshments; Virginia Garitsen, d--
honorary, include Betty Lou Bidwell, corations; ae Lindh assistant;
Barbour; Lennis Britton, Alpha Delta Mary Lou Hill, hostesses; and Laur-
Pi; Mary Brush, Newberry; Olive e
Chernow, Cook; Virginia Councell, nA Pod,tushering.
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mary Duni- WAA posts am be filled by Collee
van, Chi Omega; Ellen Hill, Cook; Ide, vice-president; Joan Wilk, see-
Jean Louise Hole, Pi Beta Phi; Col- retary; Pat Doeile, treasurer; Ann
lee de, Gamma Phi Beta; Ann Kutz, Wallerstein, A. F. C. W.; Mary Lou
Kappa Alpha Theta; Judy Raio, Larmee, participation; Betty Eaton,
Newberry; Harriet Risk, Cook; Ann intramural manager; Janice Bern--
Robinson, Pi Beta Phi; Dawn Saari, stein, sorority manager; Barbara
438 Maynard; Josephine Simpson, Dewey, dormitory manager; Rae Kel--
Kappa Kappa Gamma; and Ann ler, league house manager; and Betty
Wallerstein, Newberry..Hahneman
Senior Society, honorary for in-Hanm , publicity.
WAA sports managers are Patricia
lependent women, selected for mem- Newberg, archery; Janet Osgood, bad-
bership Mary Battle, Cook; Betty minton; Jerry Gaffney, basketball;
LouBidwell, Barbour; Mary Brush, Gwen Sperlich, bowling; Joanne
Newberry; Olive Chernow, Cook; Car- Bromm, dance; Janette Collins, fen-
olyn Daley, Cook; Rose Derderian, cing; Betsy Moore, gold; Barbara Mc-c
Newberry; Allene Golinkin, Stock- Neill, hockey; Joan Richardson, out--
well; Shirley Hansen, Cook; Ellen ing; Delight Scoville, University
Hill, Cook; Margery Harrngton, Women's Riding Club; Barbara Ann1
Barbour; Betty Ann Larsen, Cheever; Crosby, rifle; Louis Markhus, swim-
Carolyn Newberg, Cook; Judy Rado, ming; Lucille Sheetz, softball; Sally
Newberry; Harriet Risk, Cook; Dawn Lo Ware, tennis; Dorothy Qoppelt,
Saari, 438 Maynard; and Ann Wal- table tennis; Virginia Howe, camp
lerstein, Newberry. counsellors; Joan Smith, ice skating;
New Scroll Members and Karen Larsen, Crop and Saddle.
New members, selected by Scroll, Glee Club officers will be Lennis
honorary for affiliated women, in- Britton, assistant conductor; Barbara 1
clude Jean Brown, Kappa Kappa Everett, president; Dorothy Beatty, I
Gamma; Lois Cothran, Alpha Chi vice-president; Ruth Ann Perry, sec-r
Omega; Barbara Dewey, Kappa Kap- retary; Lois Petsloff, business man- r
pa Gamma; Lynne Ford, Delta Delta ager; Libby Gouthire, librarian; Mar-g
Delta; Patricia Hayes, Delta Delta garet Schalk, assistant librarian; and
Delta; Signe Hegge, Sororsis; Lois Doris Johnson, historian and public- c
Iverson, Alpha Delta Pi; Lois Kelso, ity.s
Alpha Gamma Delta; Florence Kings- Transfer Advisorsv
bury, Gamma Phi Beta; Estelle Klein, Transfer orientation advisors for l
Sigma Delta Tau; Ann Lippincott, the fall term will be Elizabeth Adams, c
Kappa Alpha Theta; Lorelei Neir- Janet Allen, Gloria Baron, Mary Bat--
man, Sigma Delta Tau; Mary Lou te, Elizabeth Birkluck, Patricia
Rookus, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Joan Bromlee, Naida Chernow, Olive Cher-
Schlee, Chi Omega; Barbara Stauffer, now, Jean Clare, Janet Cork, Alice
Chi Omega; and Joan Wilk Alpha Dallmeier, Jean Deibel, Betty Eaton,
Epsilon Phi. Jeanne Feldman, Gretchen Geigen-
Assembly Positions Named mueller, Audrey Goldberger, Carlene
Assembly Board posts will be filled Gormsen, Mary Ellen Gray.
by Audrey Weston, Mosher, vice- Pearl Handelsoman, Jean Harris,
president in charge of dormitories; Kate Hearst, Karen Holmes, Marily
Allene Golinkin, Stockwell, vice-pres- Holton, Helen House, Sally Hughes,
ident in charge of league houses; Ann Lippincott, Ramonda McGarry, 1v
Pamela Wrinch, Cook, secretary; Sylvia Meier, Alice Miller, Reta Nar- h
Sara Simeon, Stockwell, personnel; otsky, Marilyn Neff, Catherine Olson, a
Sue Smith, Mosher, social; and Phy- Eleanor Reed, Dorothy Ann Parker, N
lis Petit, Mosher, projects. Bette Rohde, Mary Jane Schoff, An- J
Panhellenic Board will include nettee Schenkder, Carol Siebert, Bar- S
Betty Pritchard, Pi Beta Phi, first bara Sisson, Sarah Jane Stephenson, s
vice-president; Louise Patrick, Alpha Dorothy Strauss, Jeanne Thorne and I
Phi, second vice-president; Mona Lee Katherine Truesdell.

Clark, Alpha Omricon Pi, secretary; Freshman orientation advisors for
Lois Cothran, Alpha Chi Omega, fall include Joyce Agalstein, Mary
rushing secretary; and Patricia Pon- Aschenbrenner, Camille Ayo, Janice
tius, Kappa Alpha Theta, treasurer. Bernstein, Betty LouBidwell, Eliza-
Judiciary Council will be composed beth Ann Bloomstrom, Charlotte
of Carolyn Newberg, secretary; Har- *Bobrecker, Jeanne Boyle, Mary Jane
riet Shinnick, senior member; Betty Brender, Ernalee Brutschy, Audrey
Hahneman, Sun Lunden, and Jo Reu- Burnard, Jeanne Busch, Janice Cart-w
land, junior members. Sophomore er, Phyllis Chapel, Helen Cole, Viola t
aids to the Council will be Eleanor Converse, Margery Cornsweet, Cyn- ri
Hoffmaster, Harriett Friedman, Lois thia Cotes, Catherine Cowan, Caro-
Jean Hall, Dulcie Krasnick, and Ei- lyn Daley, Barbara Dewey, Lillian d
leen Scanlon. Dietrich, Julia Diggs, Terry Dodek, w
Junior League Assistants Frances Don. y
Junior assistants to the League Marjorie Dosch, Patti du Pont, P
Council will consist of Janet Rich- Elaine Eagle, Corinne Essig, Elaine o
ards, secretary; Ann Guinen, Pearl Friedman, Margaret Gage, Nina h
Handelsman, Lucille Ann Kennedy, Goehring, Charlene Golay, Dorothy l
Charlotte Leach and Virginia Ol- Goppelt, Jean Gringle, Frances Gur- w
berding, drives; Paula Davey, Julia che, Betty Hahneman, Patricia Haley, L
Diggs, Irma Eichhorn, Betty Etter Margery Harrington, Signe Hegge, u:
and Barbara Gray, merit-tutorial; Priscilla Hicks, Rosarita Hume, Pa-
Charlotte Bryant and Virginia Hayes, tricia Hungerford, Betty Jean Hutch- gi
personnel; Barbara Hitchcock, Ruth ins and Helen Kearney. f
Klausner and Patricia Reid, publici- The list continues with Florence d
ty; Jerry Gaffney, Carla Mullendore, Kingsbury, Estelle Klein, Rita Kall-
Margaret Parker, Nancy Robinson man, Doris Krueger, Thea La Budde, pl
and Betty Lou Zwemer, orientation; Audrey Lawrence, Charlotte Leach, at
and Marian Allen, Barbara Busse, Phyllis Leaf, Katherine Long, Ethel H
Rosemary Connor, Josephine German, Ludovic, Dolores Massey, Hester Mat- du
Marjorie Keen and Susan Shom- thews, Janet Morgan, Carla Mullen- di
berg, social. done, Joan Myers, Nancy Neumann, ar
The central committee for Junior Marie Neumeister, Dorothy Oetjen,
Girls Play will include Doris Miller, Virginia Oblerding, Jane Quail, Pa- fo
chairman; Camille Ayo, assistant; tricia Reid, Jo Reuland, Janet Rich- st
Kathleen Watson, director, Elizabeth ards, Harriet Risk, Nancy Robertson, th
Steward, assistant; Cynthia Cotes, Ann Robinson, Mavis Roden, Betty C
secretary-treasurer; Janet Osgood, Ann Rybolt, Alice Sackheim, A. Jeane
assistant; Avis McCrillis, music com- Schinkez, Catherin FeShneider Vir-. teI

Veterans' Wives
Club To Present
Dance June 1 st
The first married couples' dance
ever to be held on the Michigan Cam-
pus will be given from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday, June 1, in the League
Ballroom.
Sponrs'ed by the University Vet-
erans' Wives Club, the dance will
be open only to married veterans and
their wives, and will feature the music
of Klaas Kuiper and his orchestra.
According to Mrs. John Rickerson,
president of the club, "The demand
for entertainment on campus has
prompted the Veterans' Wives group
to sponsor a truly different dance-
one to be given for married veterans
who are attending the University."
The club itself was organized so
that the wives of veterans attending
the University could have a social
organization and varied activities
suited to their particular need.
Since its organization this fall, the
group has sponsored several types of
parties for veteran couples, including
a gym-jam and a mixer and bridge
affair. The dance will be a continua-
tion of this policy.
Tickets for the dance may be pur-
chased at the desk of the Union, and
a group of student veterans will also
sell tickets, which are priced at $1.20
per couple. Any married student
veteran attending the University i;
welcome to attend the dance, which is
to be an informal affair.
A special feature of the dance will
be a floor show, which is scheduled
for 10:30 in the Ballroom. The show

Newman Club Turkish Dance,
To Give Dance 'Turquoise,' Will

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Formal Open to All Students;
Tickets Now On Sole at Union
Coeds are urged to take advantage
of the innovation of the Newman
Club Spring Formal and ask men as
their guests for the semi-formal af-
fair from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
the Rainbow Room of the Union.
According to Doris Heidgen, co-
chairman of the dance, the plan was
instituted because so many women!
felt that there were not enough op-
portunities to repay men for the
many campus dances.
Woman have been granted 1:30
permission for the dance. Ac-
cording to the campus custom, no
corsages are to be worn to the dance.
Not solely a coed-bid dance, men
may purchase tickets also. Any stu-
dent on campus is eligible to attend
the annual event, sponsored by the
local Catholic Students organization.
Tickets are now on sale at the
main desk of the Union and at St.
Mary's Chapel. Newman Club mem-
bers may also be contacted for tickets.
Bill Layton and his campus orches-
tra will be on the bandstand with
Patti DuPont holding the vocal spot-
light.
A Filipino dance team and singer
Gloria Gannon will be on hand forin-
termission entertainment. Decora-
tions for the gala affair will follow a
spring garden theme, and the walls
of the ballroom will form a back-
ground for enormous flower cutouts
in vivid colors.
Hospital Patients
Are Entertained
By 'U' Women

will be presented by veterans
their wives.
Tickets Now
Available for

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Assembly Bal

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Tickets for Panhel-Assembly Ball,
"Heavenly Daze," are now on sa
in all women's residences on campus
The dance, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday, May 24, in
the Intramural Building, will feautre
Raymond Scott, his orchestra, and
Dorothy Collins as feminine vocalist.
Following the 'heavenly' theme
of the ball, the dance floor will be
a mass of colored reflections from
mirrored stars on the walls of the
room, and a giant crescent moon
will hang from the vaulted ceiling.
-The oft-quoted "Pearly Gates" are
to serve as dual entrances to the
ballroom, and a "Nectar Bar" in the
main lobby will serve such refresh-
ments as ambrosia and nectar-and
gingerale.
In addition to a list of patrons, in-
cluding President A. G. Ruthven and
several faculty members, a guest list
was also revealed yesterday by Phyl-
is Wilman and Audrey Weston, co-
chairmen of the patron committe.
The list includes Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Burlingame, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Conner, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Clare, Mr. and Mrs. William Dob-
son, Lt. Col. and Mrs. P. V. Eng-
stom, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fluhr, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Hitchcock, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ide, Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Iverson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kil-
gore and Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Larsen.
Other guests will include Mr. and
Mrs. G. Lofquist, Mr. and Mrs. Long-
hurst, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. McVey, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Neumeister, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Oberding, Mr. and Mrs.
John O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
imons, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thomp-
on, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weston and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Willman.
Lawyers To Gcve
Dance Friday
The senior class of the Law School
vill present Crease Ball from 9 p.m.
o 1 a.m. Friday in the League Ball-
oom.
The dance, the first all-lawyers'
ance to be presented since 1942,
vill continue a tradition of many
ears' standing. According to Peter
rice, committee chairman, the date
f the first Crease Ball is lost in
istory. The dances were held annual-
y in the Lawyers' Club until 1937,
vhen the ball was moved to the
eague, where they were presented
intil 1942.
One of the oldest traditional balls
iven on campus, the lawyers' dance
or many years was held on the same
ate as the engineers' Slide Rule.
Ray Herbeck and his orchestra will
lay for the lawyers and their guests
t the first post-war Crease Ball.
erbeck's group has been reorganized
uring the past year folowing the{
scharge of his musicians from the
'med forces.
Herbeck's band originated in Cali-
rnia as the campus band at the
ate university, and, since last year
Ae group has played on the West
oast and in Chicago.
Women attending the dance will
given 1 :20 n m nrrmisinr iTir-

By BLANCHE BERGER
One of the most important services
of the Camp and Hospital Commit-
tee, which was established as a per-
manent part of the Red Cross after
the war began, consists in the enter-
tainment of wounded army men at
Percy Jones Hospital.
Groups of fifty coeds are sent as
hostesses to the hospital for the
purposes of cheering the soldiers.
These coeds are briefed by a Red
Cross recreation worker, given an
idea of the type of persons with
whom they will work, and are instruc-
ted as to what to say and how to
act. They are encouraged to be na-
tural and speak to the boys as they
would their friends in their own
homes. Games and amusements are
also brought up which would be suit-
able for the patients.
Mrs. Diekema. Is Chairman
Mrs. Leona Diekema, chairman of
Washtenaw County for ward enter-
taining and hostessing stated, "This
is a place to see the real cost of the
war. Many of the boys have been at
the hospital for three years, and
many will never leave. These volun-
teers have brought ,a great deal of
pleasure and variety into their lives.
It is not easy work to go into these
wards and talk to the soldiers. This
type of work needs women who are
intelligent, and inspired by a desire
to lend a willing hand when needed."
Miss Green, a Red Cross worker
in the wards complimented the vol-
unteers by saying, "They are the
finest group to come to visit. They
showed a great deal of initiative,,
poise and self-assurance when with
them." The girls themselves feel
well satisfied that they are helping
in this project, and deem it a privil-
ege rather than a duty.
A smaller group of coeds also visits
the hospital every two weeks to enter-
tain the soldiers by singing, dancing,
and presenting specialty acts. Four
such trips have already been made,
at which times over 200 men have
been entertained each time. This is
not platform work; the coeds go to
various wards to perform for the
bed-ridden patients.
Soldiers Are Appreciative
The soldiers are grateful to these
volunteers who are, on the whole,
as entertaining as professional groups
and cater more to their individualj
wishes. One boy commented, "They
have fun performing for us, and we
enjoy watching them."
Any student who is talented and1
would like to join the group is asked1
to call Mrs. Diekema or Marilyn Ma-1
son, 2-3225, who are in charge of se-
curing volunteer entertainers.
The University Band has also visit-
ed the hospital, and arrangements
are being made now tb send the Glee
Club augmented by dancing choruses -
from Soph Cabaret and JGPlay.
Mrs. Diekema would like to thank
all the women "who so willingly gavef
their services and time to this needed
and worthwhile project. The reason
is especially apparent, since although1
for us the war is over, for many of
them it will never be finished."

Feature Prizes
Highlighting "Turquoise," a semi-
formal dance to be presented by the
Turkish Society of the University,
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Friday, in
the WAB, credit of $30 and $20 will be
given to the two most attractively
dressed women, according to Altimur
Tanrioer, chairman.
Two juries, composed of five men
and five women, will compete in se-
lecting the winners. The members
of the jury will be chosen during the
early part of the dance by drawing
the number's of five couples.
Ten Gowns To Be Chosen
Each committee will work inde--
pendently of the other in selecting ten
gowns. The dance will continue until
11 p.m. when the twenty chosen will
contest for the final selection. The
first prize of $30 credit to be honored
by one of the local Ann Arbor wo-
men's store, will be given to the coed
chosen by the women jury. To the
runner-up, $20 credit will be awarded
to the contestant picked by the men.
In addition to the credit, two pairs
of nylons will be presented to the
runner-up.
Members of the society will take
pictures and present enlarged copies
to each guest. Photographs will be
mailed within 15 days.
During the evening, two recording
machines will be available for record-
ing voices. 'rickets will be drawn and
door prizes of voice recordings will
be offered to ten couples.
The central dance committee con-
sists of: Enis Baskan, Rostislay Gal-
uzwski, Rahir Ilkel, Marvel Tanrioer.
The committee in charge of selecting
the juries are Turan Muskgra, Kami
Tartal, Nazim Bugum and Tltimur
Tanrioer.
Tickets are available in the Union,
League and International Center.
Olympic Ball
Will Be Given
A pre-war tradition will be revived
from 8 p.m. to midnight Wednes-
day, May 29 in the League Ballroom
when the men and women students
of the physical education depart-
ment together with the M-Club will
present Olympic Ball.
The ball will feature Charley Bird
and his twelve piece orchestra from
Muskegon. The dance is open to the
entire student body and will be semi-
formal.
Decorations for the ball promise to
be lavish, according to Eleanor Dan-
iels and Jack Petosky, decoration co-
chairmen, who hint of green and
white wall bunting, displays of the
traditional olive branch and sport
silhouettes set off in the ballroom
windows. The ball will feature a
global theme, complete with the
famed Mount Olympus.
Tom Harmon and his wife, movie
starlet Elyse Knox, have been invited
to the all-campus sports affair. Bob
Ufer, All-American Michigan track
star has also been invited to the
dance.
Tickets may be purchased from
physical education majors. The num-
ber of tickets has been set at a limit
of 400.
The central committee of Olympic
Ball will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in
the WAB, according to Jo Osgood,
general co-chairman. Dick Korte and
Elmer Swanson are the other co--
chairmen.
Assembly To Hold
Tea Honoring New
Members of Board
Assembly will hold a tea from 4:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today in the Asem-
bly Office on the third floor of the
League in honor of the newly ap-

pointed board.
All Assembly house presidents are
invited to attend. Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, Mrs. Elsie Fuller and Miss
E thel McCormick will pour.
The present Assembly board ex-
pressed the hope that the tea will be-
come an annual affair. "It will give
:he house presidents an opportunity
:o get acquainted with the new offi-
'ers as well as enabling them to meet
he women with whom they will be
vorking," said Helen Alpert, retiring
Assembly president.
There will be no formal house presi-
lents' meeting today, but important
iotices concerning every independent
women will be given to house presi-
dents or their representatives at-
ending the Assembly tea.
Morhous To Play
At Last Tea Dance

WHAT'S THE
HURRY?
Stop a while and take a look
the the VAN AKKEREN XI
SHOP'S new supply of yarn. T
store is located at 725 North Un
versity, so come in and take a lo
around instead of rushing by.
2
AN 11
AN ANGEL
IN DISGUISE
It may not be a disguise, but you
look like an angel in a new sprin
cotton from the MADEMOISELL
SHOP. We have styles to answe
the demands of every-day scho
wear and Saturday night dates.

OUT OF A DREAM
That's what you'll say after you've
gotten your pair of argyle socks.
The JUNE GREY SHOP will knit
a pair especially for you. Just let
us know your size and your color
choice, and we'll take care of the
rest.
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CARRY YOUR OWN
Small portable radio. The RADIO
AND RECORD SHOP, 715 North
University, has just gotten a new
stock in a vaiety of styles. You'll
enjoy those spring picnics even
more with a musical background.

JUST RIGHT
For your new spring outfits is
piece of jewelry from EIBLER'
Some new things in the way
earrings, bracelets, compacts, ar
broaches have been coming in. .0
pieces are made of either sterli
silver or filled gold,
FALLING IN LOVE
Is a natural occurrence whe
spring comes around. And whi
you're at it, stop in at JENKS an
you'll fall in love with our lat
feature in jewelry - pin and ea

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BE A SPORT
And dress like one in a pair of
pedal pushers from DILLON'S.
Then, to make the outfit complete
add a sports jacket and you'll be
the best dressed girl at any sports
affair.
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Mv1 C hl-gaQn Uares! Ed Moi'haus and his band from
Ypsilanti will be featured at the final
There will be a general meeting League House Tea Dance to be held
of the Michigan Dames at 8 p.m., from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the

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