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FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948

THE MICHIGWAN DIAILY

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Formals, Parties Scheduled for Gay Weekend

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Circus Comes
To Slide Rule
Trapeze artists, balancing ex-
perts and the 'big top' itself will
transform the Intramural Build-
ing into a full blown circus for
the annual Slide Rule Ball to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today.
Red and white streamers will
fill the ceiling simulating a cir-
cus tent. The traditional giant
slide rule will hold a make-believe
engineer balancing with T-
squares, triangles and blue prints
at one end. At the opposite end
will be another engineer playing
'man-on-the-flying-trapeze.'
Intermission entertainment will
feature the final revelation of Mr.
Shh's identity. Five couples will
be selected from the dancers to
come to the bandstand to guess
his identity. Hints will be given
which will increase as the guessers
near solution. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners.
Bobby Sherwood and his or-
chestra will play for thehdance.
Sherwood has been playing at
hotels and theatres throughout
the country and over the Colum-
bia and Mutual Networks on the
radio.
Tickets for the dance are still
available in the West Engineering
Arch, East Engineering Lobby,
University Hall, Union and
League. Though sponsored for en-
gineers by the Michigan Technic
the dance is open to all students.
Late permission until 1:30 a.m.
has been granted for all women
attending the dance.

Ticket Sale for Assembly Ball
Continues; Winner Qiven Booth

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Rivalry Ends
At Traditional

Tickets for Assembly Ball will
be on sale from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
tomorrow and from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m. Saturday morning at the
University Hall ticket booth and
in the League.
To the winner of the ticket
sales competition goes the
Queen of Hearts booth. It will
be an extravaganza of golden
hearts and flowers and will hold
a place of honor among the
booths that will be present for
League houses. Guests of As-
sembly will be provided with a
No Trump booth.
"Heart Bid" is to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the
Intramural Building, and will
feature music by the "Heartaches"
maestro," Ted Weems. Accom-
panying the 11-piece orchPestra
will be vocalist Shirley Richards,
saxophonist Glenn Martin and
Billy Blair with his novelty num-
bers.
Weems' sensational whistler,
Elmo Tanner, will be on hand
to give out several of the war-
bling numbers that made him
famous, along with various new
ones that have been bringing
him tremendous ovations.
The music promises to be just
what the doctor ordered; sweet
and sentimental to fit the mood
of the dancers, and then hot and

low-down when the mood becomes
too dangerous. Their repertoire
will include several of Weems' own
compositions.
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Give Your Blood
Women who wish to be vol-
untary blood donors to the Red
Cross Blood Bank may sign up
today and tomorrow in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League. Those who can not
sign up at the League may
phone Anne McGrew, 2-4561.
Coeds must be over 18 and, if
under 21, must have written
permission from their parents.
Another champion. 'Ensian
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By MARILYN JONES
SPRING HAS COME to Ann Arbor and with it has come a large
number of pledge formals and regular house dances. In addition
there are two all campus formals and the ATO Blackfoot Ball.
The Theta's will honor their pledges at a formal dinner dance from
7:30 p.m. to midnight today. Following the dinner at the Allenel,
guests and their dates will return to the house to dance to the music
of Ed Morehous and his orchestra. The affair will follow a spring
theme with flowers and picket fences in the way of decorations. There
will be programs and favors.
The American Legion ballroom will be transformed into a
garden today when the Phi Gains present their annual Spring
Pledge Formal. Flowers, pussy willows, forsythia and other greens
will form the decorations. Music for dancing will be furnished by
Al Chase and his band.
Pledge formals are on the agenda for the Chi O's, and Sorosis
this weekend. Following a dinner at Smith's the Chi O's will take
over the Wolverine Den to dance to Tom McNall's orchestra featur-
ing Jackie Ward as vocalist. Art Starr and his band will be featured
at the Sorosis house to provide dance music for the guests when they
return from dinner at the Allenel.
"I4IG EP FELONS and their molls, fresh from eight weeks in stir,"
will celebrate at a 'Parole Party,' from 8:30 p.m. to midnight to-
day. Mood music will be furnished by Stu Franckie's Frantic Four.
Gamma Phi's have chosen Johnny Harberd and his orchestra to
play for their spring pledge formal "April Showers." The evening will
begin with a dinner at the Union followed by a dance at the house.
Decorations will consist of clouds, rainbows and flowers that bloom
in the spring.
The SAE's will honor their pledges at a formal dinner-dance to-
morrow. Ken Norman and his orchestra will play for dancing in a
spring atmosphere with flowers forming the decorations. Guests will
receive leather compacts and orchids for favors.
"Carousel," a pledge formal, will be given by Zeta Tau Alpha
today. The dance will be based on a circus theme. Guests will
first have dinner at the Union, returning to the house to dance
to the music of Lee Stuart. Pledge paddles will be given as fa-
vors.
The flower bedecked Phi Sigma Kappa house will be the scene of
the annual spring pledge formal tomorrow. Guests will receive pro-
grams with flowers attached as favors. Chuck Meyers will play for
dancing.
Delta Gamma will entertain their pledges at an informal dance
given from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow. Music for dancing will be
furnished by Bill Hemline and his orchestra.
L CHASE and his orchestra will be featured at the Sigma Nu in-
formal pledge dance tomorrow. A dinner at the house will precede
the affair.
Delts and dates will be in "heaven" this weekend as they celebrate
an "After Death" party. Guests will come dressed as the sort of person
they some day hope to be. This might promise to be very interesting!
The Nu Sigma Nu house will be converted into a huge golf course
for the annual spring formal tomorrow. The ballroom will take the
shape of a large green, complete with sandtraps and water hazard. A
new "golfers delight" punch will be served.
Tennis Club Sponsors Meet
An all campus women's doubles, a closed women's singles and a
closed mixed doubles will be sponsored by the Tennis Club of the
Women's Athletic Association.
Entrants for the women's doubles, which will be open to all coeds
on campus, must sign the entry sheet posted on the bulletin board in

Blackfoot Ball
Over a half a century of hearty
rivalry and friendly competition
between ATO and Sigma Nu will
be climaxed from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tonight in the Union at the
ATO's annual Blackfoot Ball.
ATOs from every chapter in
the state will hold their annual
"peace" with the various state
Sigma Nu chapters, who have also
been invited. Other special
guests will be presidents of fra-
ternities, sororities, and dormi-
tories, editors of campus public-
cations and campus leaders.
Music for the blackfooters'
will be presented by the Union
maestro, Frank Tinker.
Interviews Changed
The interviewing schedule of
sophomore interviews for jun-
ior positiqns has been changed
as follows, states Jo Reuland,
chairman of the interviewing
cornmnittee: There will be no
interviewing Tuesday, April 20
but women may sign for Fri-
day, April 23, Monday, April 26
and Tuesday, April 27.

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Club meeting to be held at 5:10 -
p.m. today in the W.A.B.
All club members must attend
today's meeting to arrange for
spring practice schedules which
will begin next week.
The winners of last ,year's all
campus women's doubles were
Joyce Meengs and Mary Webb.
Miss Meengs and William Haynes
also took the Tennis Club mixed
doubles championship.
League Will Hold
Informal Affair
Students are invited to attendl
an informal get-together from 2
to 5 p.m. today in the Grand Rap-
ids Room of the League.
Facilities will be provided for
playing bridge and dancing. A
piano and ping pong table will
also be available.
'T'hese get-togethers will be held
every Wednesday and Friday for
the remainder of the semester.

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