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WEDNESD~AY, JUL~4IE 2 946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'League Lowdown' Will OfferI
Activities Information to Coedsi

Booklet To Discuss
Petitioning, Positions
"The League Lowdown", the 194-
47 women's activities booklet, is now
being compiled, and will again offer
campus information to incoming and
returning coeds.
"The purpose of this booklet is to
acquaint and interest Michigan
Union Council
To gi1ve Final
Dance Saturday
The Union Executive Council will
present its last dance of the semes-
ter, the Bluebook Ball, from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Union
Ballroom.
Bill Layton and his orchestra will
play for the Bluebook Ball, and Patti
DuPont will supply the vocals. Old
examination papers, used to decor-
ate the ballroom, will carry out the
B square theme of the dance. A
program of intermission entertain -
ment has been planned, and door
prizes will be awarded. The Union
Taproom will be open during inter-
mission for refreshments.
Programs for the dance will be
miniature bluebooks, complete with
grades ranging from 0 to 100. Brown-
ies will be given during intermission
to those who receive 100, and stu-£
dents with grades of 0 will be givena
apples for their teachers.
The Bluebook Ball is a traditional
dance, presented annually by the
Union Executive Council.
Dean of Women Alice C. Lloydl
announced that flowers are not1
worn with academic dress at the
commencement ceremonies.
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women ii the League, its organiza-
1 ions, facilities and numerous activi-
ties', according to Doris Krueger, edi-
tor and publicity chairman of the
League Council.
Puties Discussed
Duties of each League position will
be discussed and petitioning proced-
tile explained. This will be done in
the spirit of creating interest among.
the coeds in campus activities, and
encouraging participation.
Articles concerning Women's Ju-
diciary Council, League Council, Pan-
hellenic Association, Assembly As-
sociation and Women's Athletic As-
sociation will be included. In addi-
tion, each member of the League
Council will be- pictured.
Incrasing Interest
More women petitioned for posi-
tions this year than in the past, and
it is the aim of League Council to
increase the interest of the coeds on
campus in the succeeding year.
The booklet is expected to be pub-
lished in August. A copy will be sent
to each new coed, and the remainder
of the 3,000 copies will be dispersed
among the returning women,
Those working with Miss Krueger.
are Ruth Klausner, Pat Reed and
Barbara Hitchcock.
Tri-Delta Wins
SoftbaII Contest
Tri-Delta won the women's soft-
ball championship for the second
'omIceutive year when, as the B tour-
nament champions, they defeated
Kappa Kappa Gamma, the A cham-
pions, yesterday afternoon 7-5.
The winning pitcher for the five
inning contest, which was played al-
most entirely in the rain, was Mary
Lou Hollway. Pat Daniels pitched for
the losing team.
Ti-Delta had previously defeated
Collegiate Sorosis, runner-up in the
A tournament, 18-16, before chal-
lenging the A champions.
Hygienists Banquet
The annual Dental Hygienists'
graduation banquet will be held Fri-
day at Barton Hills Country Club.
Eleanor Ross, president of thn class,
is in charge of the banquet, Dr. Rus-
sell W: Bunting will 'present certi-
ficates and pins to the graduating
class, and Dr. Philip Jay will speak
at the banquet.

OLD DAYS-Mrs. Harry Rowland (left) of Hutchinson, Kas., re-enacts
the disapproval she is certain pioneer citizens would have shown for the
brief costume of Mary Waddell, 16, high school baton twirler. Mrs. Row-
land is wearing an early-day dress in observance of Hutchinson pow
wcw festivities celebrating the city's 75th anniversary.
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Senior Class
To Be Honored
At Special Ball
The Student Farewell Dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight, Wed-
nesday, June 19 in the Union Ball-
room will be the final dance to be
given this semester.
All students desiring to relax after
finals will be welcomed to the dance
which is to honor the graduating sen-
iors. Tickets may be purchased be-
fore the dance at the regular price
for Union dances.
Bill Layton and his orchestra will
play for the affair and will bid fare-
well to the seniors with a program of
special Michigan music.
Judiciary Posts
Are Announced
Members of the women's Judiciary
Council for the summer session were
announced yesterday by Jean Louise
Hole, Judiciary chairman.
Irma Eichorn of Martha Cook will
serve as chairman of the council, and
other members will be Jo Miles, Gam,
ma Phi Beta, and Margaret Bird, Al-
pha Delta Pi.
The summer council will be in
charge of signout sheets for women's
residences open for the sumner ses-
sion, keeping signout records and try-
ing cases of violations of campus
house rules.
Since the Judiciary Council will
be the only League organization func-
tioning during the summer session,
it will serve as the representative of
all undergraduate women's activities.
Assembly Cards'
Validity Extended
Assembly membership cards will
be valid for four years under a new
ruling as stated by Jeanne Clare,
president of Assembly.
These cards which are available
at the Assembly office in the League
should not be discarded as they will
prove valuable in securing tickets for
league house dances, Assembly Ball
and various other campus social
functions in future semesters.

Women in University Exceeds 70

COSMOPOLITAN COEDS:

Semester.

More than 70 foreign women are
attending the various schools of the
University this semester, according
to Mrs. Laura Gray, assistant to the
director of the International Center.
The women have come to Ann Ar-
bor from 25 countries, including the
American territories of Puerto Rico
and Hawaii. China has sent 12 coeds
to the University, while eight women
from India and eight from Germany
are now studying here.
Approximately one-third of the
women from foreign nations are
registered as graduate students,
while another third are enrolled
in the College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts. Several are
medical students, and the remain-
ing foreign coeds are distributed
among seven other colleges and
schools, including the Public Health
School, the English Language In-
stitute, and the Law School.
Twelve Latin-American nations are
represented on the center's list, and
European students have come from
Austria, Belgium, Germany and the
Netherlands. Turkey, Madagascar and
the Union of South Africa also have
sent women to the University.
A large proportion of the women
from Oriental nations are Barbour
scholars, attending school through
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the receipt of the Barbour Schol-
arships which are available only to
Oriental women coming to this
University.
"Almost all of the foreign women
speak English very well when they
arrive, since the University required
students coming from other countries
to pass examinations proving their
ability to profitably attend classes
conducted in English," Mrs. Gray
said.
"Some, however, need help with
the language after they arrive at
the University," Mrs. Gray added.
The center is available to foreign
students who need assistance and
counselling during their stay at the
University.
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Enrollment of Foreign

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. MacLaughlin of
Midland recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Eleanor,
to Robert Leslie Gibson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie B. Gibson of Robin-
son, Ill.
Miss MacLaughlin is a senior in
the literary college and is affiliated
with Alpha Chi Omega. She is past
president of League Council and is
a member of Scroll. Mr. Gibson is a
member of Phi Gamma Delta at De
Pauw University, and has been an
officer in the Marine Corps for the
past four years.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. George Willits of
Pleasant Ridge recently announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Shirley, to Ward Austin, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Austin of San
Francisco.
Miss Willits is a sophomore at
Michigan State College. Mr. Aus-
tin is a junior in the engineering
college. No definite wedding date
has been set.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gurney of
Pleasant Ridge recently announced
the marriage of their daughter, Jean
Courtney Wright, to Robert Rein-
hardt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Reinhardt of Midland.'
Mrs. Reinhardt, Jr., attended the
literary college and is affiliated with
Alpha Phi. Mr. Reinhardt, Jr., is a

senior in the literary college, and
is a member of Beta Theta Pi.
* * *
Prof. and Mrs. D. N. Matthews
of Ann Arbor recently announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Peggy, to Daniel F. McKinnon, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. McKin-
non of Detroit.
Miss Matthews is a senior in the
literary college and is a member of
Delta Delta Delta. The wedding
will take place in July.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Bingham Fead of
Port Huron recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Kath-
erine, to James Robert Sampson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Sampson
of Detroit. x
Miss Fead is a junior in the educa-
tion school and is affiliated with Al-
pha Phi. Mr. Sampson recently re-
ceived his discharge from the Army
Air Corps. The couple will be mar-
ried Sept. 13. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baker of
Detroit recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Sybil,
to Irvin H. Stern, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin I. Stern of Lexing-
ton, Ky.
Miss Baker is a junior in the
education school. Mr. Stern is a
student at the University of Ken-
tucky. The wedding will take place
July 14.

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