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% FEBRUARY z7, 1948



FEBRUARY 27, 1948 PaGE

Sport Club
Picks Coeds
Basketball Group
To Meet Today
Newly ciected mem ibers of th.°
WAA Basketball Club will meet at
4 p.m. today at Barboiir Gym.
Members \vere selected from the
tryouts held last week. Among the
players are Tommy Angell, Betty
AschenBrenner, Mary Ballantyne,
Lua Bartley, Patricia Brenneman,
Audrey Crawford, Barbara Cutler
and Janet Dewey.
Also included are Mildred De-
nicke, Peggy Dobson, Eleanor Do-
I ersom, Margaret Dykema, Lillian
Drazgk, Isabelle Easterly, Lillian
Fuj imoto, Dorothy Hall, Adele
Hager, Mary Lou hook and Mar-
jorie Ingram.
Others are Jeanne Lange, Peggy
MacDougall, Dorothy Malanick,
Barbara Martin, Michika Matsu-
moto, Barbara McCready, Annette
Munn, Irene Pacak and Carrie
Concluding the list are Patricia
Reader, Bea Richards, Betty Rich-
ards, Mary Riggs, Mary Ruth
Shattuck, Catherine Smith, Helen
Strine, Mildred Taylor and Ellen
Sill'agers' Tea
Student wives are invited to a
tea to be held at 3:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the University Community
Center at Willow Village.

Delegates Sent
To Conference
By Legislature
The National Student Associa-
tion., of the Student Legislature
(,it Arlynn Rosen and Sue Siris
as delegates to the Midwest In-
tercollegiate Conference on. the
United Nations, to be held today,
tomorrow and Sunday in Chicago.
The conference has been plan-
ned with a two-fold purpose: to
provide a special opportunity for
study of the UN under the guid-
ance of UN experts and officials,
and to present an opportunity for
a study of the means by which an
understanding and active support
of the UN can be promoted on
college campuses.
Stuay of the charter and the
basic issues confronting the UN
through discussions with experts
will be supplemented by informal
group meetings. The conference
will attempt to establish better
relations and the mutual exchange
of ideas on UN activities between
the various colleges and univer-
The conference is sponsored by
the Collegiate Council for the UN
which was set up to arouse college
students to un understanding of
their stake in the UN and of what
they can do to help make it work.
The CCUN was organized in
1946 at the First Annual Inter-
collegiate Institute for the UN

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES-Ann Gestie and Bob Chappuis, Michigan's representatives to
the 1948 meeting of the Bates College Board held last week in New York, discuss college fashions
with Edgar B. Mooney, Sales Promotion Manager of Bates Fabrics, Inc. During their stay, Board
members gave their opinions on campus fashion trends, designed college room settings and
remodeled student styles to help determine Bates' back-to-school fashions and home furnishings
for next fall.

Novel, Drama Course Texts
Available in League Library

Many of the most recent nov-
els, as well as books for drama
and novel courses, may be found
in the League Library this semes-
Comfortable chairs and sofas'
furnish students an excellent
place to browse and study and the
library's collection also includes
many popular magazines such as
"Vogue," "Mademoiselle" and
"The Saturday Evening Post."


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Academic Notices
Astronomical Colloquium: Fri.,
Feb. 27, 4 p.m., Observatory. Orren
C. Mohler will speak on the sub-
ject, "Modern Computing Ma-
Events Today
Radio Program:
2:30-2:55 p.m., WKAR, On Cam-
pus Doorsteps, Erich A. Walter.
5:45-6 p.m., WPAG, Music Fra-
ternities and Sororities.
Mu Phi Epsilon, Ruth Stein, Pi-
Geology and Mineralogy Jour-
nal Club: 12 noon, Rm. 3055, Nat-
ural Science Bldg.
Dr. George T. Woolard, of
Princton University will speak on
the subject, "The Application of
Geophysics to the Geological
Study of the Continent," (black
and white slides). All interested
are welcome.
Art Cinema League will present
dialogue, English titles. The per-
formances will be shown Friday
and Saturday, 8:30 p.m., Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets
available at box office daily be-
ginning 2 p.m., Wednesday.
Qrrman Coffee Hour: 3-4:30
p.m., Coke Bar, Michigan League.
Students and faculty members in-
SRA Coffee Hour: -4:30 p.m.,
Lane Hall. Everyone invited.
Instruction in American Ball-
room Dancing: Classes, 8 p.m.,
International Center. Record danc-
ing follows.
Iboger Williams Guild: Talent

The library, located on the third
floor of the League, is open from
1 to 5:30 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.
Monday throughaFriday, 1 to 5:30
p.m. Saturdays and from 2 to 5
p.m. and 7 to 10 ap.m. Sundays.
Books recently added include
such best sellers as "Inside U.S.A."
by John Gunther, "Home Coun-
try" by Ernie Pyle, "House Di-
vided" by Ben Ames Williams and
"End of a Berlin Diary" by Wil-
liam Shirer.
show, 8:30 to 12 midnight, Guild
Hindustan Association: 7:30
p.m., Lane Hall. Refreshments and
entertainment. All students in-
Lutheran Student Married
Group: 8 p.m., Lutheran Student
Center, 1304 Hill Street.
Coming Events
The . Economic Club: Mon.,
March 1, 7:45 p.m., Rm. 304, Mich-
igan Union . notice change of
place). Dr. Walter Isard, of Tufts
College, Department of Economics,
will speak on "The Locational Pat-
tern of the Iron and Steel Indus-
try, Past and Future." Members of
the teaching staffs and advanced
students in economics and busi-
ness administration are invited.
Delta Epsilon Pi fraternity: Sun.,
Feb. 29, 4 p.m., Rm. 302, Michigan
Union. Discussion of constitution
and annual spring dance. Any
male student who is of Hellenic
descent or is phil-Hellene is in-
Scimitar Cluo is being re-acti-
vat. All ex-members are requested
to contact Pete Wong, Secretary,
505 Eberwhite, phone 2-3351, on
or before Sat., Feb. 28. 1
Fencing Instr uction is being of-
fered in the three weapons, foil,
epee, and saber at the IM Bldg.
New instruction groups are being
formed Mon., and Tues., March 1
and 2, 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. Classes
are open to all students.
All Campus Fencing Champion-
ships: Preliminaries and finals in
the three weapons, are to be held
during "Open House," March 23,
IM Bldg. All undergraduates are
eligible. Application forms now
available at the IM Bldg.
Graduate Outing Club: Meet
for winter sports, 2:30 p.m., Sun.,
Feb. 29, northwest entrance, Rack-
ham Bldg. Sign up at Rackham

Formdr Student
Flies to Europe
To Join Brother
Mary Jeanne Beauvais, former
University student, and her moth-
er left Saturday from La Guardia
Field, New York for England and
Miss Beauvais will join her
brother Robert, an engineering
student here before the war, now
at the University of Paris. She in-
tends to complete her college work
On hand to see his wife and
daughter off was P. H. Beauvais,
City Manager of Allegan.
check desk before noon Saturday.
All graduate students welcome.
Muriel Lester Cooperative: Open
house, Sat., Feb. 28, 9 p.m. All stu-
dents and facultymembers invit-
Cornedbeef Corner, B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation: 10:30 to 12
midnight. Sat., Feb. 28. All stu-
dents invited.
She saes:
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canse tey're milder, and 1you
can taste the difference.
A nation-wide survey shows
that Chesterfields are TOPS
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Fraternity disc jockeys will be busy again this weekend when
record dances take cver the campus social calendar.
Guests will wear blue jeans and plaid shirts when they invade the
ZBT house for a "Western Party" from 8:30 p.m. to midnight today.
Decorations will follow a ranch house theme with one room trans-
formed into a corral with all the trimmings. There will be dancing,
and refreshments of root beer, sandwiches, pretzels and popcorn will
be served in a western bar atmosphere.
Jordan Hal! will entertain Fletcher Hall, Victor Vaughan,
Tyler, Wenley and Strauss houses at an open house today. Cokes
and cookies will be served throughout the evening. Residents and
their dates are also invited.
Theta Xi'; wi'l entertain their rushees at a record dance following
the hockey game today. Guests and their dates will get together for a
good old-fashioned song fest during the party.
AK Psi's and their dates will return to the house for an informal
party follow.ng the basketball game tomorrow.
Opportunity will knock for the weaker sex when the Phi Sig-
ma Delta's hold an informal Leap Year Dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow.
Acacia rushees and their dates will be honored guests at the rec-
ord party to be given nom 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow. Sandwiches,
cookies and cocoa will be served.
Sigma Chi wil have an indoor "weanie roast" following the
basketball game tomorrow. Guests will wear blue jeans and plaid
shirts for the strictly informal party.
An informal record dance will be given at the Phi Sigma Kappa
house tomorrow. There will be refreshments of cokes, potato chips
and pretzels served during the evening.
The new Delt initiates will be honored at a banquet at the Shelter
following the formal initiation tomorrow afternoon. Alumni guests
will be Dick DeMark, Chuck Boos, Chuck Burgess, Kyle Worley and
Bob Sinclair. After the banquet there will be a dance in honor of
new members and their dates.
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Commitee Work
Open to Juniors
Opportunities are open for
women interested in working
on the music, ushering or pub-
licity committees of JGP.
Coeds with musical ability
interested in arranging dance
music or fiddling for square
dances may contact Pat Baum-
garten, 2-2543. Women who
wish to usher may call the
ushering chairman, Corrine
Firth, 2-5457. Students inter-
ested in doing publicity work
may call Harriet Fenske, 2-
4514, chairman of publicity.
Ice Skating Club
To Hold Revue
The University Ice Skating Club
will sponsor more "entertainment
on ice" at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow be-
fore the Michigan-Colorado Col-
lege Hockey game.
The theme of the revue will be
"Springtime," with Mary Frances
Greschke, club advisor and former
midwestern figure skating cham-
pion, doing a solo number accom-
panied by a chorus of skating club
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