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May 06, 1947 - Image 5

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League fppointments Rnnouncec at nstallati


Al Townsend
Will Highlight
Olympic Ball
Olympic Ball, all-campus semi-
formal, sponsored by theu men's
and women's physical educationf
clubs, will be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday in the League Ball-
Tickets for the dance may be
purchased in the League, Union
and on the Diagonal, or from any
member of the sponsoring clubs.
Al Townsend and his band will
provide the music.
Decorations will center around
the traditional Olympic theme.
The ficticious chariot race in
which Pelobs, founder of the
Olympic games, escaped with the
princess, Hippodamia, will be por-I
trayed on the walls of the room.I
Clouds will afford the illusion
that the ballroom is the top of
Mount Olympus.
Intermission entertainment is
being planned. Olympic flagst
backing the pictures will further
the Grecian theme. Late per-
mission until 1:30 a.m. has been
granted for all women attending.
The central committee has asked
that no corsages be worn.
Central committee members in-
clude: Naida Chernow, Chuck
Poskanzer, general chairmen; Pat
Crandall, Charlie Ketterer, tick-
ets; Mary Lou Larmee, Don
O'Connell, programs; A d r i a n
Ewert, Nick Susnjer, decorations;
Tee Burke, Paul Wolfthal, pub-
licity; Lucille Sheetz, W a ll y
Schloerke, patrons; Jo Osgood,
Joe Hayden, finance.

New Officers
To Be Honored
A tea, lhonoring nwly elect-
ed officers of the League, As-
semrbly Association, and Pan-
lellenic Association, will be
presented by this year's mem-
bers of Assemb ly Board from
b to 5, p.m. tod(ay in the Rus-
sian Tea Room of the League.
According to Jeanne Clare,
this year's president of Assem-
bly Association, all house pres-
idents have been invited to at-
tend. Guests who will pour at
the affair are Mrs. Mary C.
Bromage, .assistant .Dean .of
Women; Mrs. Elsie Fuller, as-
sistant Dean of Women; Mrs.
Lucille B. Conger, president of
the Alumnae Council; and Miss
Marie D. Hartwig, associate su-
pervisor in physical education..
Spring ance
To BeG ive

Frank Tinker
music for the;

will provied the
annual Newman

Club Spring semi-formal to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
May 9, in the Union Ballroom.
The dance will be open to all
students on campus, but tickets
sales will be limited to 400 couples.
Tickets may be purchased at the
main desk at the Union, the dorm-
itories and at the Newman Club
office at St. Mary Chapel.
The ballroom will be decorated
along a springtime theme as is
traditional for the Newman Club
semi-formals. The exact nature
of the decoraitons has not been
disclosed by the decoration com-
mittee. Favors and an entertain-
ment program have been planned.

G foroher C(
All merchandise in our Gift Dept. FUF
selling out at Cost and Below to
make room for the expansion of our
FUR SHOP. It will pay you to shop
now for Mother's and Father's Day,
Graduation, Weddings and even


Senior Honoraries Tap New Members;
Military Club Scholarships Awarded To Seven Women
W ill evive(Conrrd from P, I)., .
Wir ,- it-Tutorial; Shirley Maitland, er: Joanne Miles historian: Alce
®i1 L/b Bal.l Ann Gxestie, Bernice Calkins and M. Salk, librarian and Pat 'Hol-
,LSaNancy Neuman, Virgnai 01- Sally Stanton; personnel; Mary li, assistant hbraraian.
herding, Jane Quail, Jo Ann Lou Dve, Pat (urr, Barbara Freshmann reeasio s-
Allen Townsend and his r RCUland, Nancy Robertson. Sal- 'ad Lu rl Saxma Feha Oinai; di-
chestsn -fo ex al r a olos
chestra, the regular Casbah dance, ly Stamats, Sarah Stevenson, Ruth.ven teas; Dorothy Ellis and Ar arnard Srey Fry-
band, will play for the Military Jean Swendeman, Polly Thomp- Boby Jo Ream, special evnt Audrey Barnard, Shirley Fry-
Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 son, Betty Steward and Kath- and Marjorie Zaller and Nancy man, Marilyn Neff, Lillian
a.m. Friday, May 16, in the League leen Watson. ( Cllian; publicity. ickek Lois Forburger, Marjor-
Ballroom. Senior Society has selected the Included oJtla WAA Board f e , ao iggs,Jeanne
The ball, which is being spon- following new members: Naida the c m i year will be Rae Kel- Boult, Camille Ayo, Phyllis Leif,
sored by Scabbard and Blade So- I Chernow, Ann Davis. Irma Ech- K Br vice-pe iaent Jo Osgood, sec-m-uleQuail, Louise Prangley, Pa-
;ciety, is being revived on the horn, Jo German, Betty Hahne- retary:PeY -Doytreayurer; iaer 0y -
Michigan campus after an absence man, Betty Hansen, Kitha Ha- PrivA sud ria Hungerfard Virginia'01-
of six years. The dance is open mon, Barbara Hitchcock, Joyce DP trtieipAo Gwn Sper- Cahrding, Mar Jane Brender,
to all members of the Army and Johnson, Mary Ruth Levy, Mlir ich iter house manager uth tein aany Nea
Navy ROTC units, members of am Levy, Carol Lieberman, Mari- Ann ianNen, dormitory nager; Te ld Nancy Neumann.
the Reserve Officers association lyan Marsh, Ruth Ann Perry Fitz- Bey Bousfield, league house The list continues with Terry
on campus and all other reserve gerald, Sarah Simons, Suzanne manager: Jackie Reid, sorority Dodik, Eleanor J. Reed, Gene In-
officers. Smith, Catherine Stasewich, Mary manger: Lillian Windguist. gen- yart, Patricia McKenna, Eileen
Tickets are available at the Jane Tuttle, Pamela Wrinch Mar- eral publicity and Margaret Scanlon, Barbara Hitchcock, Bar-
Army ROTC heaquarters at 512 garet Long and Jean Whitney. Frostic Daily publicity. bara M. Williamson, Ruth Klaus-
S. State St. and at the Navy Members of the AssemblyI ner, Barbara Jo Ream, Patricia
S.TC StateSt.ad at the Navy Memers of B th A ssebly I Heads of the WAA sports Robson. Mary Louise Stierer, Jane
ROTC headquarters at 512 S. Board are Betty Ann Spilman, clubs are Gwen Keister, arch- A. Gordon, Slly Saas n
State St. and at the Navy ROTC Barbour, vice-president- Ilona ; ard C Ker, ariin Schoon, acky Stamats, Ann-
heaquarters in North Hall. Either Fietze, Masher, secretary; L)ulcie ton; Marilyn Sheldon, basket- che Dieter. JankP. Ridsn-
uniforms or civilian formal attire Krasnick, Stockwell, treasurer; tai; aryni ael , bskin~ ette Dieters, Joan P. Richardsoi
may be worn by those attending i Joan Carroll, Cook, Social chair- alliae Brown, camp counsellors': Bat, anc Hess. Patrii
the dance. Corsages will be worn man; Mary Quiatt Cook, Jroj- Barbara Forster, ballet; Shirley Caney, NFrances al. Bernice
only by guests of the central com- ect chairman; and Betty Lou Ash, modern dance; Mary C- Cakih y Lou Hilla ril-
mittee members. McGeath, Newberry Residence, bane, gl; Harriet Fenske, ho- alkins Mary Lou Hill and Dl-
The ballroom will be decorated Personnel chairman, - ither orientationa
with both Army and Navy insig- Panhellenic Board members for Nancy eeror, ie sat ; Pet- Mer noik n Lui sors are
tnia of rank and service, and the the coming year are Jeanette Col- crCro and Sadd1; Lidia Ann Alice A. Steele, Letitia Burke,
bandstand will resemble the bridge lins, Alpha Xi Delta, first vice- Creed, rifle; Rose Marie Shoetz; arbA. Hollea PettiBre,
of the ship USS Missouri, president; Kathleen WatFon, Kap- wimning; ,o Ann Miles, soft Barbara Holland, Jean Pettigrew,
pa Kappa Gamma, second vice- ball; LV'tty Lou Hubbard, table Caolyne Jane Dougherty, Ann W.
ffpresident; Leslie MeVay, Zeta Tau tnis Mary Ann Harris, ten- Griffin, Ilona O. Figche, Elinor M.
BrbourO icers Alpha. secreatry; Jane Wetmore, i r , hiley ean Sith,
Officers for Betsy Barbour Det Dl D s hing Pat Hannegan will be chairman Thodus Anne Courtney, Donis
House for 1947-48 were announced ta a se of Junior Girls Play for 1947-48. Murray, Sally Mureen Forman,
recently by Betty Lou Bidwell, red Appointed to positions on the She will be assisted by Nancy Hess. Barbara Crosby, Jeanne Boos,
tiring presidentt Judiciary Council were Sarah Other members of the JG Play Margaret, Frostic, Charlotte Bry-
Those elected include Betty Stephenson, Delta Gamma, see- central committee are Pat Mc- ant, Ann Tuck, Mary Buell, M.
Hahneman, president; Pat Caugh- retary;Catherine Coa, see- Kenna, director; Betty Estes, as- Suzanne Kuivinen, Virginia Cof-
ey, vice-president; Barbara Hol- Chi Omega, senior member; and Jactat; Mir i Lipsn, secretaryd
land, treasurer; Debbie Dubinsky Jackie Reid, treasurer: Harriet
secretary; and Mary Daugherty Eileen Scanlon, Kappa Delta; Penske publiity: Joan Silverman , the list concludes with Eliza-I
sertr;adMr agetHelen Olsher, Msher; and Polly uifor; on iemaltli Rettew, M~argaret O'Leary,
social chairman i kts; :Pat Baumaten, mse; et l rbrL
soilcara.Hansen, Delta Delita Delta; .u- tiks;Pt augtn.m ic Saly Lo Ware, Barbara Lan,
ior members. Judiciary aides Alic C n, comoser;aMary Melva Weinberger, Elizabeth
are Elizabeth Vinieratos, Monica Alic Chr nn lyric Baaara s, Mary GCatherine Peters,
Geiger, Ruth Ann Hanson, Mar- so choral Ann Tucksage man- Gretchen Marke, Jean Lind-
Torie Flint, and Martha Arm- c e ry da in bloom and Eugenia McCallum.
ST A G E ,ore ugenia MCallumdaince;Virgin-I
strong. Transfer Orientation Advisors
Members of the League Inter- a Garrson, scenery; Jean Binn, for next fall are Pearl Handels-
te Service on your viewing committee will b Bar' potel:Camille Porch, assist- man, Gloria Baron. Delores Mas-
abara Hitchcock, secretary; Mar AilneBrown, make-u- se. Gretchen Geigenmueller. Jean
W inter garments. Stierer, Pat Peter and Mary Caro- Miller, ushering; Marthage Christine Caldes, Rosalie
lyn Wright; junior members: and eLano, script, and Barbara Sick- Moore, Frances Walker, Marjorie
Storage - Insurance Donna DeHarde and Joan Joyce els, progams Riggs, Corrine Firth, Virginia
Johnson; sophomore members. Joyce Atchinson was awarded Nicklas, Sue Montgomery, Eliza-
Taning - Glazing The Ballroom committee will the (hairman ship of Soph Cab- beth Myers, Irene Ruth Rovick.
yling and Repairing consist of Audrey Buttery, floor- aret for 1947-48. Other positions I Ann Weiner, Jeanne E. Lindsay,
tes without obligation show chairman; Mary Lou Hill, rarded were Jo Henderson, as- Betty M. Barna, Margaret Ruth
.e lassistant; Ann Nichols, decora- sistant chairman; Barbara Sic- Morse, Leslie MeVey and Patsy L.
i trade-in allowance tions chairman; Rosalind Rit- bert, ecreary; Mary Wilson as- Dorman.
tenbom, publiciity chairman; sistant; Shirley Kallaman, pub-
and Joan Kampnire, assistant. .t Je Hendel and Betty Board Jobs Open
dH e reMembers of the Dancing Class-siseiassistants Edith An-
es committee for 1947-48 will be wsfinance; Joan Shepherd, Householders interested in in-
Kathryn Dempsey, finance chair- assistant; Marjorie Metzger, terviewing women students who
TO MICHIGAN THEATRE man; and Arlene Brice. Debbie tickt ; Marie Hedrick and Patwstac
Dubinsky, Frances Foley, Jean Lewis assistants. in return for room and board are
-H- Hunt, Nancy Musselman and Lil- Members of the Floor Show urged to call the Office of the
Committee of the Cabaret are Dean of Women
Tian Windquist; captains. lDa fWmn
Junior a s s i s t a ni ts to the Gale Huntington, chairman; Sally
League will consist of Marilyn Spouse, assistant; Eva Galt and Bicarbot d
Kopel, secretary; Shirley Aug- iVeig, script Shirley ed with watersused once a week
uat, Peg Rathke, Shirley Smith, Osgood, stage manaber Jo Chap- on the teeth will clean away any
Katherine Hemmer, and Harriet cl, assistant; Eleanor Littlefield, stains the toothpastee s.
Murmelstsin; orientation; Ilona music; Helen Bower, assistant; Jo-s-
Fietze, Virginia Nicklas, Shirley anne Makielski, costumes; and ---
Meyer and Corrine Schild; Mer- Lois Steere, assistant.I
-- -The Floor Show Committee DAILY
continue with Nancy Cupples,F
Smakeul; Joyce Keen, refresh. 1F I I L
trt mkeu; oye Ken rereh-ments; Elizabeth Sauer, decora-
iY n tlions; Marilyn Stone, assistant; BULLETIN
and jJ Carol Cummings, hostesses;
Shirley Spiller, ushering, and
Weed ingMary Riggs, special booths. (Continued frorn Page 4)
%amngs President of the Women's Glee ---
. Club will be Dorothy Beatty. Other Wed., May 7, Grand Rapids Room,
Aofticers are Ruth Spore, vice-pes- Michigan League.
717 North University Ave ident: Barbara Clark, secretary;
oc~cxe o ti~a~o Maian Sayward, business manag
- - Pi Tau Pi Sigma, Signal Corp
We've shown no favoritism- Fraternity. 7:15 p.m., May 7, Rm.
100, Military H-dqs. Bldg.
for Mothers of all ages. We've STUAPRT N YE
ifts a-plenty-beautiful gifts T.. Ae. S. 7:30 p.m., Thurs., May
W E R8, MichianUnion M. ohn
-useful gifts-gifts that will DOGW OOD S LVER J E ELRY I, Le ape in of th

V v 4 6 Manufacturing Co., will speak on
win their way to Her heart.
A LL PATTE RNS the subject, "Radio Aids To Aer-
onautical Research."
° Aeronautical, Mechanical, and
Ah arming dres Ceautil evelyn keppe Electrical Engineers. After the
charming dresses - beautiful lecture, Mr. Lekas will interview
housecoats and robes-frivolous Ke'A1ntmart men for employment with NACA
ingerie and accessories - the 10 at Langley Field, Va. All Engi-
ike of which you've never seen 802 South State Phone 4720 neers are invited to attend this,
--to mention only a few of {cI meeting. Short business meeting
the exciting ideas awaiting you - ill---~- l follow.

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Through the ages. .
a perfect gift for Mother
has been cosmetics by Coty.
THE QUARRY has a lovely se-
lection of their dusting pow-
der, sachets, and colognes in
the delightful fragrance of Lily
of the Valley.

WAA Schedule
Games 'schei1 dul n he WAA
spring s oftbarll tom'namen t forI
this week fo.llow:i
Wednesday: Alpha Xi Delta
I vs. Jordan I, Alpha Phi I vs.
Jordan II Sigma Delta Tau vs.
Alpha Gamma Delia at 5:10
1p.m.; Mosher II vs. Couzens I,
winner of Zone II team II vs.
Abbey League House plays Jor-
dan IV at 7:10.
Thursday: Winner of Alpha
Phi I vs. Jordan II plays win-I
iner of Gamma Phi Beta I vs.
Stockwell II, winner of Alpha
Xi Delta I vs. Jordan I plays
Britt House at 5:10 p.m. win-
ner of Mosher II vs. Couzens
II plays Martha Cook at 7:10
WAA Announces
Leading Bowlers
Top place in the WAA Bowling
Club's spring tournament was won
by the team which included Paula
Kemmer. captain, Jeanette Brit-
ton, Janice Borock, Gerrie Wolf
and Nina Hadden.
The same team, which also held
first place in the fall tournament,
outbowled a faculty team at a re-
cent exhibition. Misses Crogan,
Yantis, Harris, Anderson andI
Hartwig represented the faculty.
Members of the top team were
presented with s-ilver bowling,
charms as awards. Pat Brcznerl
has had the highest average in
the club this term.
Club activities have officially
ceased for this term, but will re-
sume in the fall.

Tnnis Doubles
First Round
Draw to Close
The deadline for the first round
matches in the women's doubles
and: th~e mixed doubles tennis
ournaments is tomorrow.
Entrants in both tournaments
.should check the draw sheets post-
ed in the WAB and make their
own arrangements to play. If
matches are not played off by
tomorrow, participants will de-
fault. Adjustments will be made
in the deadline in case of bad
Courts will be rserved at the
following times: 10 to 11 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Fr~iday;
S to 10 a.m., Tuesday and Thurs
day; after 2:30 p.m., Friday; 8 a m.
to noon, Saturday; and every day
after 5:10 p.m.
Tournament matches may be
played any day at 1:20 p.m.. 2:20
p.m.. and 3:20 p.m. with the in-
structor's permission to use one
of the class courts. Winners must
drop scores in the box provided
in the WAB, and also record them
on draw sheets.
A list of tennis club members
will be posted in the WAB. All
members, whether in the tourna-
ment or not, must play the date
after her name every time she
I plays, in addition to placing her
name in the tennis box at the desk
in the WAB.
11Address a card to a widow with
the same formal name that she
used when her husband was liv-


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A prize package ...
No need to worry about what
to get Mother this year because
loads of wonderful suggestions.
They have just the right gift
for your Mother on hir special

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Every bride-to-be wants these matching sets of
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Scabbard and Blade: 8:30 p.m.,
Wed., May 7, Rm. 100. Military I
Headquarters. '
U. of M. Radio Club. Thurs.,
May 8th, P,m. 229, W. Engineer-
ing Bldg. Everyone Welcome.

Sociedad Hispaica announces
that winners of last year's schol-
arships to the University of Mex-
ico will conduct an informal meet-
ing to answer questions of those
planning -o travel or study in
Mexico this summer. Meeting,
Rm. 108, Romance Languages
Bldg., Wed., May 7, 4 p.m. Anyone
interested may attend.

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