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MWEDNESDAY, MARVII 19, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'U' Delegates
Will Attend
Convention
Assembly Association will send
four delegates to the annual re-
gional conference of the National
Independent Student Association
to be held Friday and Saturday at
the University of Illinois.
Michigan women who will at-
tend the conference are Betty
Spillman, vice-president of League
Houses; Ilone Fietze, Assembly
secretary; Betty Lou McGeath,
head of Assembly personnel; and
Mary Quiatt, manager of Assem-
bly projects.
Six midwestern schools will be
represented by both men and
women independentswho will par-
ticipate in discussions of common
problems and aims, and exchange
of ideas for campus activities.

Minstrel Show
Will Feature
Olsen, Hager
Minstrel days will be here again
during intermission at the Campus
Casbal, regular weekend dance to
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the League Ballroom.
Adele Hager, Casbah emcee,
will present a half-hour of enter-
tainment including George Olsen
in a series of Al Jolson imitations
and the Zeta Psi Quartette.
Olsen, star of former campus
shows who will appear by popu-
lar request, has known Jolson per-
sonally and has perfected his imi-
tations by actual observations. He
is the son of George Olsen, fa-
mous bandleader of a decade ago.
The quartette will entertain
with a medley of minstrel songs
and Negro spirituals.
Fran Wine-Gar and his band
will provide music for the dance.
The system of reserving tables
in the ballroom upon entrance to
the Casbah will continue for the
convenience of parties of guests.

Society To Pre
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary pro-
fessional organization of women in
journalism, will present "Fashion-
able Evening," a preview of spring
styles specially chosen for cam-
pus wear, from 8 to 10 p.m. to-
morrow in the League Ballroom
Clothing donated by Ann Arbor
stores will be modeled. Mary Car-
olyn Wright will furnish the mu-
Ruthven Tea
The first Ruthven Tea of the se-
mester will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.
today at the home of President
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven.
Coeds interested in serving as
hostesses may register at the tea
or call Barbara Busses at 2-4514.

BALL COMMITTEE-The annual Military Ball, featuring Bob Strong's orchestra, will be held Friday,
Ma'rch 17 in the Union Ballroom. Central Committee members' are (front row) Dennis Youngblood,
NROTC, general chairman, and James Creaser, ROTC; (back row) Donald Souchek, ROTC, secre-
tary-treasurer; Don Kingdon, NROTC; Richard Robinson, ROTC; William Masterson, NROTC;
William Dancer, ROTC; Norman Pollard, NROTC; Euthymios Cocoves, ROTC; Donald Stearns,
ROTC and Lief Earackson, NROTC.

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Couples Hail
Date Bureau
As Success
By JEAN RUSS
Last semester Assembly Associa-
tion decided that a campus cupid
was needed, someone to help the
opposite sexes get acquainted
with each other; thus "Ice-Break-
ers" the Assembly-sponsored blind
date bureau was born.
Under the direction of Bar-
bara Ballantine, registration
for the bureau was held in the
League lobby All those inter-
ested in blind dates were asked
to sign up and to state their
preferences as to the type of
date they would prefer.
Despite the 3 to 1 ration on
campus men continued to be par-
ticular. Blondes and red-heads
seemed to be favored over bru-
nettes. One fellow even asked for
a girl who could Delphoi. The
girls, on the other hand, with their
numerical advantage were shy and
reticent and did not seem to care
what kind of man they got so long
as they got one.
A week after registration the
men who had signed up were
given two names of girls who
had registered. If these did not
work out they were allowed to
come back for two more.
From all evidences "Ice-Break-
ers" was a success. To attest to
this is an engaged couple who met
through the bureau. In a state-
ment of the effectiveness of "Ice-
Breakers" they declared that their
first million would be donated to
estblish branches in other col-
leges all over the country.
Teams Compete
In Rifle Matches
The Rifle Club will continue its
intercollegiate shooting matches
today from 1 to 3 p.m. at the
R.O.T.C rifle range.
Opponents in this week'smatch-
es will be Cornell University, Car-
negie Institute, Penn State Uni-
versity, Gettysburg, College and
University of Wisconsin.
Last week in the match with
University of South Dakota, Uni-
versity, Gettysburg College, and
sity of Kansas, South Dakota
State College and Beaver College,
the following scores were made:
Barbara Crosby, 98; Carolyn Gar-
della, 97; Margery Ingram, 97;
Lynn Menke, 97; Nat Drews, 93
and Marilyn Mears, 91.
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Tickets for the series of ten
bridge lessons sponsored by the
League Social Committee will
be on sale every day this week
in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.

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