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SUNDAY, MA XR 21, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 194&PAGE

Sorority Pledges To Present

Formal,_May]1
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Sorority pledge classes, under
the auspices of the Panhellenic
Association, have joined hands in
planning their annual pledge
project, a dance to be presented
Saturday, May 15 in the League
Ballroom.
One member of each pledge
class has been elected as a rep-
resentative on the central com-
mittee for the- dance. Some will
serve as chairmen of committees
while others will help the com-
mittees in general.
Fran Winegar and his 'Pipes
of Fran' orchestra of the Cas-
bah will present music for the
dance. Decorations are as yet
undecided,
Central committee members in-
clude co-chairmen Mary Stone,
Delta Delta Delta, and Georgine
Vallance, Delta Zeta; finance,
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Helen Miranda, Zeta Tau Alpha;
assistant finance, Doris Gardner,
Alpha Delta Pi; tickets, Marilyn
Flynn, Delta Gamma; and assist-
ant tickets, Nancy Stenbuck,
Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Other chairmen are Illeana
Lindh, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
decorations; Joy Williams, Alpha
Gamma Delta, assistant decora-
tions; Janet Dawson, Alpha Delta
Pi, publicity; and Barbara Ballan-
tine, Kappa Alpha Theta, assist-
ant publicity.
The list concludes with Jennis
Quirk, Collegiate Sorosis, floor-
show; Marilyn Shingleton, Chi
Omega, assistant floorshow; and
Nancy Merriam, Pi Beta Phi, fa-
vors.
Coeducational badminton will
be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wed-
nesday in Barbour Gym.

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SLIDE RULE BALL COMMITTEE-Sitting, left to right, are Ken
Allison, programs; Phil Stemmer, chairman; Jim Chandler, bus-
iness. Those standing are Gerald Gizewski, tickets; John Smith,
patrons; Karl Henion 11, publicity; Bill Squires, publicity; Don
Steibel, tickets; Don Skilliter, decorations.
Techni~c Presents
Slide Rule Bail
Sherwood To Play Amid Circus Theme;
Engineer Ticket Sales Open This Week
Engineers and their guests will dance beneath the giant slide
rule at the annual all-campus Slide Rule Ball from 9 to 1 a.m. on
Friday, April 16 at the Intramural Building.
Bobby Sherwood and his band will play amid the red and
white streamers which will help to carry out the 'big top' effect of
the circus theme. A make-believe engineer will tight-rope walk the
giant slide rule at one end while another will demonstrate the art
of balancing with T-squares, triangles and blueprints.
Ticket sales this week will be limited to engineers and will open
to all students next week. Sales will begin Wednesday at Westl

League Social
Committee Calls
For Volunteers
By BARBARA MARTIN
Are you an average coed, in-
terested in meeting people and
entering into campus activities?
If this describes you, the Social
Committee of the League is prob-
ably the answer to your problems.
Under the chairmanship of Bar-
bara Busse, the Social Committee
has charge of the Ruthven teas,
furnishes hostesses for campus
dances and guide service for out-
of-town guests on campus.
Dance Classes
Dancing classes, held from 8 to
9 p.m. and 9 to 10 p.m. every Fri-
day, are given in cooperation with
the International Center. The So-
cial Committee supplies 10 or 15
hostesses each Friday for the
dances which afford coeds with
an excellent opportunity for meet-
ing foreign student.s
The first two Wednesdays of
every month at the home of Pres-
ident and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven students gather to talk
with faculty members and other
students. The League Social Com-
mittee swings into action here by
furnishing hostesses for each tea.
The next tea will be held at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, April 14 and all stu-
dents are invited to attend.
Ca.mpus Guides
Perhaps you are interested in
escorting visitors around campus.
Here, too, the Social Committee
goes to work through the Guide'
Service.
The League Social Committee
is calling all eligible second-se-
mester freshmen or upperclass-
men. If you are interested in any
of these activities, you may call
chairman Barbara Busse at
2-4514.
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'MAKEAINE MICHIGAN':
Campus Life To Be Theme of JG Play

Take-offs on scenes of Michigan
campus life will transform the
stage of Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre into a minia7ure Ann Arbor
on March 25, 26, 27 when Junior
Girl's Play, "Make Mine Mich-
igan" will be presented.
Following a tradition that dates
back to 1904, "Make Mine Mich-
igan" will be given by the junior
class in honor of senior women
on March 25 following senior
supper. In honor of a later, tra-
dition dating back to 1923 JGP
will be given for the public on,
March 26 and 27 in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
"Make Mine. Michigan" will
feature numerous dance and
musical varieties woven into a
theme of Michigan campus life.
The publications really get the
once-over," stated Harriet
Fenske, publicity director. Over
three hundred junior women are

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producing in its entirety "Make
Mine Michigan."
The script for the production
was planned by the central com-
mittee and written by Martha De-
lano. Lyrics were written by Mary
Alice Cheney and music was com-
posed by Virginia Coffin.
Behind the scenes busy fingers
are in the process of sewing to-
gether costumes. Outside of cam-
pus wear, the costume committee
under the direction of Nat Elliott
is creating all of the costumes.
The musical scenes are un-
der the direction of Pat Baum-
garten, while Barbara Kelso has
the choral direction and Eu-
genia McCallum the dance. The
scenery for the play is under
the direction of Ginny Garrit-
sen.
Direction of the production is
under the care of Pat McKenna,
while Pat Hannagen is chairman.

On stage, review of Michigan
campus life will be made realistic
by the appearance of Marilyn
Scheel, Audrey Buttery, and Ruth
Mollnow who will star in the
play.
Tickets for the public pro-
duction of "Make Mine Michi-
gan," March 26, 27, will go on
sale Wednesday in the ticket
office at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Senior women may obtain their
tickets for senior night tomorrow
in Miss McCormick's office in the
League. They will be $1.35 includ-
ing the play and dinner.
Senior women who attend must
wear caps and gowns. They may
be purchased at Moe's Sport Shop
on N. University. The rental fee
will be $7.00, $3.00 of which will be
refunded when they are returned
after graduation.

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Eligible Students
Urged To Sign
For Michigras
There will be a mass meeting
for all students interested in par-
ticipating on Michigras commit-
tees at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the
League, announced Rae Keller
and Keith Jordan, co-chairman.
All students who are eligible
may participate on the nine com-
mittees: booths, tickets, general
publicity, posters, parade, pro-
grams, prizes, refreshments and
decorations. Committee chairman
will be present to sign up 'stu-
dents.
WAA Notices
Basketball-Jordan I and Delta
Zeta will play off the semi-final
game in the B Tournament at
7:10 p.m. tomorrow in Barbour
Gym.
Ballet--Regular meeting from
8 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the Dance
Studio of Barbour Gym.
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Engineering Arch and in the lobby
of the East Engineering Building.
All students may purchase tickets
beginning next Monday in Uni-
versity Hall, Union, League, and
at various record and music shops.
Slide Rule is sponsored each
spring by the Michigan Technic.
The dance will be formal-op-
tional due to the shortage of men's
formal attire. The Central Com-
mittee announces that no corsages
will be worn except by the guests
of the committee.
Centered around the ball are
some of the colorful campus tra-
ditions. Each year the engineers
and the lawyers renew their time-
honored feud, as the latter at-
tempt to abscond with the slide
rule. At one time Slide Rule and
Crease Ball, the lawyer's annual
formal, were presented on the
same day and the feud relations
ran rampant.

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DANCE
TONIGHT to
Tom McNall and his Band
at the DEN
eight to eleven

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