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THUIRSDAY, AY S, .147

THE MICHIGA DAILY

PACE II

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Applications for Rooms Due
For Summer, Fall Terms-

Dorms, Houses
Will Remain Open

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748 Coeds Seek
Autumn Housing

Women's dormitory applications
now being accepted for the Sum-
mer term are limited to those
women now in residence at the
University, all other applicants be-
ing referred to supplementary
housing.
The supplementary housing will
includ~e graduate houses, league
houses, and seven sorority houses
which are open for both sorority
and non-sorority members.
All women desiring roomshfor
the Summer session, and who have
not yet made aipplicatiols for
them, should apply at the office of
the Dean of Women immediately.
They will be given referral slips
to different housemothers in order
that they may sign contracts as
soon as possible. When applying,
coeds should specify whether they
will be here for the six or eight
week session.
Approximately 450 women had
applied for rooms in dormitories
and 246 for supplementary housing
at the beginning of the week. A
large number of those accepted
have been here in past semesters.
A larger proportion of the women
enrolled are graduate students.
The dormitory at Willow Run
will not be open this Summer, but
will reopen in the Fall.
Casbah Opens

All women students on campus
who expect to be enrolled at the
University in the Fall and who
have not completed housing ar-
rangements are advised to call the
Dean of Women at once.
Those whose plans to return
hange unexpectedly during the
Summer should notify the Dean of
Women in order that their rooms
may be given to other applicants.
League house reservations have
been completed for all League
house applicants who have kept in
touch with the office of the Dean
of Women. All arrangements have
been made for sorority women who
can not live in dorms and must live
in League houses.
748 applications for rooms had
been received Tuesday of this
week. Assistant Dean of Women,
Mrs. Mary C. Bromage, stated that
the cooperation of the women on
campus planning on coming or not
coming back who have discussed
their plans in advance, was appre-
ciated.
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e Hundreds of colleges and univer-
sities are represented every year in
the secretarial classes of Katharine
Gibbs. Four convenient schools,
each with the same high standards.
Some of your career-minded class-
mates will be at Gibbs this summer
or fall. Write College Course Dean.
KATHARINE GIBBS
NEW YORK 17.............230 Park Ave.
BOSTON I6S.............90 Marlborough St.
CHICAGO I1............51 East SuperiorSt.
PROVIDENCE 6..............155 Angell St

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nion Will Hold
Bluebook Ball
As Final Dance
Bluebooks will be the theme of
the final specialty dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in the Union Ballroom.
Decorations will be arranged to
carry out the theme and programs
of miniature bluebooks will be dis-
tributed to women attending.
Songs by the Phi Delta Theta
chorus, winner of the 1947 Inter-
fraternity Council song contest
will be featured in the program of
entertainment planned for inter-
mission.
In addition, four door prizes will
be awarded during the evening.
and
Wedding
Rings
717 North University Ave.
Don't forget: Y
Memorial Day
is Friday!
Remember:
she will keep you in mind
if you SEND FLOWERS
CHELSEA
FLOWER SHOP
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Tennis Finals'
To Be Played
Semi-final matches in the mixed
doubles tournament will be played
today, weather permitting, ac-
cording to Mary Ann Harris, club
manager.
Semi-finalists are Joyce Meengs
and Bill Haynes versus Jean Petti-
grew and Bob Kirby, and John and
Catherine Wrenn versus Virginia
Morton and Bob Skau.
Finals in this tournament will
be played June 1 on the WAB
courts.
Friday is the last day for the
play-offs of the quarter finalstof
the all-campus women's doubles
tournament. Semi-finals must be
played by Monday. Finals will be
played Wednesday on the WAB
courts.

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German 31, sec. 4, Kahan, Water-
man Gymnasium.
German 32, sec. 1, Binger, 35
AH ; German 32, sec. 2, Eaton, 1025
AH; German 32, sec. 3, Pott, 2003
AH; German 32, sec. 4, Graf,
D AMH; German 32, sec. 5, Brown.
B Haven.
History 12, Lecture Section 1I
Finalexamination on Wed., June
4, 2-5 p.m. will be in Waterman
Gymnasium for all sections ex-
cept Slosson's and Leslie's; Les-
lie's will meet in Room E, Haven
Hall, and Slosson's in Room G,
Haven Hall.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BUI LLETIN

History 50 Final Examination:
Sections meeting on Tuesday and
Wednesday, 231 Angell Hall; See.
t lcii me"ting on Thursida an
Bati clay, Room B, Hagen ba.i
Metal Processing 3, Foundry:

Room Assignments for final exam- Political Science 1, final exami-
inations: y nation: T is., June 3, 2-5 p.m.
cntio n3 ,1,F, 8 d mI Raim. 243 Lan ' and iutinson's sections
Section 4, TuTh, 1 p.m., Rm. 311 Gall, AMHT.
Section 5, WS, 8 a.m., Rm. 311 (Continued on Page 6)

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New

Season

Beginning a new season of
Neekend dances, the Campus Cas-
bah will hold its summer opening
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
June 21, following the close of
registration, in the League Ball-
room..
The occasion will feature the
introduction of Al Chase and his
band, who have been chosen to
provide danceable music for Cas-
bah guests this summer.
Chase revealed that his band has
been organized to satisfy the
tastes of Casbah patrons. Most of
its members are students in the
School of Music. The band will
play only original arrangements.
Opening night will feature novel
arrangements of many favorite
tunes, including "Melancholy
Baby" to be sung by Lois Roberts,
vocalist.
The Casbah committee will in-
vite all students, couples as well
as individuals and parties, to at-
tend this summer, announced
Carla Mullendore, chairman.
With Miss Mullendore as chair-
man, the summer committee will
be composed of Betty Levine as
publicity chairman and a hostess
chairman, whose name will be an-
nounced soon by the League Inter-
viewing Committee.
Club Award Given
Mary Constantino, sophomore
in the literary college, has been
presented the annal Women's
Glee Club award consisting of a
semester of free voice lessons.
The award is given each semes-
ter to the most deserving member
of glee club, Vice President, Ruth
Spore announced.

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