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'Manila Square' T

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For Benefit of Philippine U.
Tickets On Sale For Informal Dance;
Doolittle Orchestra To Furnish Music

Tickets for "Manila Square," an
informal dance to help raise money
to rebuild a library at the Univer-
sity of the Philippines, are now on
sale at the Union, the League desk,
campus bookstores, and a booth in
University Hall.
"Manila Square" will be given
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
April 19, in Waterman Gymna-
8ium, by the Joseph Ralston Hay-
den Memorial Library Commit-
tee. All the proceeds will be put
Student Tutors
Available Now
Any student desiring to be tu-
tored may sign up now in the
Merit-Tutorial Office in the
League, according to Judy Rado,
chairman of the Merit-Tutorial
Committee.
Interested students may fill out
a slip with their name, phone
j number and subject in which they
wish to be tutored and leave it in
Miss Rado's box in the Undergrad-
uate Office in the League.

in a fund to rebuild a library a
the University of the Philippine
honoring Joseph Ralston Hayden
former professor here.
Tom Doolittle and his band
will provide music for the affair.
They will play special numbers
for square dancing in addition
to their regular music for social
dancing. There will be three
regular dances to each square
dance.
The committee has decided to
make "Manila Square" a semi-
coed bid affair. Both men and
women may invite dates. This ar-
rangement will give women a
chance to repay their forma
dates.
Since the theme of the dance
will be country-style, women are
requested to wear peasant
skiits and men to wear blue
jeans, fatigues, or other very in-
formal clothes.
Decorations and programs will
also be designed to fit the rural
theme. Cokes will be available to
the dancers at the refreshment
bar.-

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and graduating to a longer back
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Strong Wi slay
!tSlide RPle Bal
Friday, April 18
RThe annual spring Slide Rule
Ball will be sponsored by the
Michigan Technic from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, April 18 in Water-
man Gymnasium.
Tickets are still available to the
general public from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. in University Hall, the Engine
Arch and the Union. The ball will
feature Bob Strong and his or-
chestra with Jo Ann Talley and
Don Bailey, vocalists, and Johnny
Carroll, trumpeter.
The bandstand and the gymna-
sium will be decorated on the en-
gineering theme. Decorations will
center around huge slide rules.
blueprints and revolving gears.
Dance programs for coeds will also
bear an engineering design.
Special late bus runs will be
made to Willow Run Village
Diamonds..
S1 N Rings
717 No~lrth University Ave.-

The money for these awards was Lessons are given during the the University in 1945, and is a
collected from the proceeds of clinic hours, which are from 1:15 member of the Alpha Phi sorority.
Pay-Off dance which Mortar to 2:15 p.m. on Mondays, from Mr. Black received his master's
Board gave the weekend after 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. on Tuesdays. degree in business administration
J-Hop. from 10 to 11 a.m. on Wednesdays, at the University and is affiliated
Application must be filed by and from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. on with Beta Theta Phi.
Saturday, April 19, and the win- Thursdays. Coeds can register for
ners of the scholarships will be the course at any time in Barbour Mr. and Mrs.. C Klein of Caro
announced at Installation Night. Gymnasium. where the lessons have announced the engagement
are held. of their daughter, Rosemary, to
W AbExercises Recommended James O'Kelly, son of Mr. and
SomeAof the differentmeans Mrs D.. O'Kelly also of Caro.
masMiss Klein was graduated from
Winners Listedused to help the coeds are exer- the University in June.1945. She
cises on mats and apparatus work. was a member of Gamma Phi
Winners in the WAA Inter- There are also full length mirrors Beta. Yyvern and Mortarboard
House Basketball tournament have available in the clinic. I-health and is now employed at the Uni-
been announced. Service w ll prescribe special diets versity. Mr. O'Kelly is completing
Kappa Kappa Gamna ranked and other subsidiary material, his work at the University after
first in the "A" league. The Co- Exercises are given to strength- serving in the United States Army
operative women were first in th en weak muscles like those of the Air Force.
B league and challenged and de- abdomen. Corrective posture ex-I ---
feated Pi Beta Phi, runners up in ercises are given to those desiring A small clean spray gun is a
the "B" division was Gamma Phi them. There are even exercises to handy help in evenly dampening
Bte "B" division was Gamma Phistrengthen tired and sore feet. clothes. Jt fill the oin with
Beta. lts.Js ilhe

Mortar Board
Will Award
Scholarships
Applications Available Now
In League Undergraduate
Office For Eligible Coeds j
Applications for Mortar Board
scholarships may be picked up at
the Undergraduate Office in the
League.
The scholarships will be given
to one sophomore and one junior
woman, and will be $150 each.
They will be awarded on the basis
of service to the University, high
scholastic achievement, and need.
The chief purpose of Mortar
Board's existence is service to the!
University, and the achievements
upon the basis of which the schol-
arships are to be awarded include
two of the requirements for mem-
bership in this society.

Clinic Offers
Posture Aid
To Women{
By KATHLEEN ESSENBURG
One of the little known services{
of the Department of Physical Ed-
l'otion for "w7 enMP .)i. litatof the

Weddings &
Engagements
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Daniels of
Detroit ihave announced the en-
'aomcnt ef their daughter, Pa-
tri'ia May, to William M. Beaney
Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.

Pennies should not be placed
behind fuse plugs in a fuse box
as they destroy value of the fuse'
as a safety valve.

Reducing exercises can also be
taken. When combined with aI
Health Service diet these are very
effective. Reduction can be all-
over or localized.

water, spray the article and roll
it up. It's just the right degree of
dampness by the time the iron's

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yBeane of Forty Fort. Pa. Miss
IPhs urc clinic. Ban
Mis Ruth Harris is in charge of Daniels, '46, is a member of Kappa
the Posture clinic. She offers per- Kappa Gamma. Mr. Beaney is a
sonal attention to any woman in- Harvard graduate and is now a
ter'estedi in improving her posture senior in the University Law
or figurc In cooperation with the School. He is affiliated with Phi
h Serthe Delta Phi. The couple plan a June
classes in corrective exercises. wedd lcing.t
('lasses Advised for Coeds j
Women who received a health Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Kempf of
rating of C or C- should take the Ann Arbor have announced the
course. A n y other interested engagement of their daughter,
women are also urged to take the Edith Patricia. to Mr. Lorne C.
course. Classes can be begun or Black, Jr. of Port Huron. Miss
stepped at any time, as there is no Kempf was graduated from Emma
set length for the course. Willard School in Troy. N. Y. and

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)ou are cordially invited to 'attend a Michigan alumni C
I)1NNE:R-DANC' on Friday evening, April I1, at the Brooklea
Counatry Club,
I le dance is I R E to all Michigan students and their dates upon
prescnt.uion of identification cards. Other student couples 2.50.
'Ill dinnezr is optional but please attend if possible. It is only
S30 -c0 per person for a real Rochester steak dinner.

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