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SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1948

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Installation Night

To Be Held May

3

Dean Alice Lloyd To Give Short Talk;
League Appointments To Be Announced
Appointments to the numerous positions in the network of League,
W.A.A., Panhellenic and other women's activities on campus will be
made at the annual Installation Night to be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday,
May 3 in Rackham Auditorium.
New members of the League Council, Assembly Board officers,
W.A.A. officers and board, Judiciary Council, women's editor of The
Jaily and members of the central

IlEG Booths'
ToVie for
Loving_ Cups
When Michigan Greeks and
their dates assemble at the 1948
Inter-fraternity Council Ball, lov-
ing cups will be presented to the
three fraternity houses with
booths best exemplifying the gay
Manhattan atmosphere.
Booths will be decorated to re-
semble famous New York night
clubs, restaurants and stores. Each
will have a lighted sign in front.
The booths are designed to fol-
low the Times Square theme of
the dance, which will also include
silhouettes of sky scrapers cam-
ouflaging the girders of the IM
building. In addition, a facsimile
of the New York Times building
will stand at one end of the room.
The bandstand at the opposite
end will resemble the exterior of
an old New York home.
Thb'e16th annual Ball will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
May 7 at the Intramural Building.
Music for the dance will be pro-
vided by Johnny Long and his or-.
chestra, featuring Natalie, Hawai-
ian songstress and the Beach-
combers and Janet Brace.
Tickets for the dance are being
sold through representatives ,in
fraternity houses.
Women attending the dance will
be allowed 1:30 a.m. permission.
General chairman of the dance
is Bob Shepler. He is assisted by
Stan Crapo, finance and pro-
grams; Jack Waters, publicity;
Buzz Durant, decorations and Cap
Offett, building and grounds.

committees of Soph Cabaret and
JGP will be installed.
Members of the varied com-
mittees functioning under Lea-
pie Council will also be an-
nounced including Casbah, mer-
it-tutorial, dance, publicity, so-
cial, personnel, and orientation.
Orientation advisors for the fall
and spring semesters will re-
ceive assignment.
During the ceremony each so-
rority and residence will be seated
in a special section designated to
them.
Dean Alice Lloyd will give a
short talk and will present the
third annual Ethel McCormick
Scholarship. The Mortar Board,
and Delta DeltaDelta Scholar-
ships will also be given at this
time. Bortar Board, Senior So-
ciety and Scroll, honor societies,
will tap new members.
A reception for all new officers
installed will be held in the League
Ballroom immediately following
the ceremony.
Music Formal
Ensemble-48'
To Be Qiven
The music honoraries will es-
tablish a new tradition this year
with their "Ensemble-48", an all-
campus formal to be presented
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May
7 in the League Ballroom.
Sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota,
Mu Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha,
and Kappa Kappa Upsilon, the
dance theme will follow the pat-
tern of the proverbial "dancing
class." Highlighting the decora-
tions will be life-sized silhouettes
of instrumentalists in ensemble
formation. The programswill be
miniatures of this scene.

SAVES FAMILY AND DOG----Johnny Sharp, 15, holds spitz pet,
Jay Jay, after saving his sister, her husband and dog from gas-
filled Philadelphia home. Johnny dragged Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hull to safety, went back for dog.
Nl ALn/i & &2GLenn/t/

WAA Notices j
The schedule for games in the
WAA inter-house softball tourna-
ment in the coming week is as
follows:
Monday at 5:10-Stockwell I vs.
Sorosis; Jordan I vs. Sigma Delta
Tau; Jordan 3 vs. Alpha Omicron
Pi; Stockwell 2 vs. Pi Beta Phi 3.
Monday at 7:00-Stockwell 3 vs.
Jordan 5; Newberry vs. Stockwell
4.
Tuesday at 5:10-Kappa Kappa
Gamma 3 vs. Alpha Delta Pi; Al-
pha Xi Delta 2 vs. Stockwell 5;
Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Kappa Delta
1; Delta Gamma 3 vs. Chi Omega
2.
Tuesday at 7:00-Gamma Phi
Beta 2 vs. Mich. Christian Fellow-
ship; Stockwell 6 vs. Mosher;
Betsy Barbour vs. Jordan 6; Delta
Delta Delta 1 vs. Stockwell 7.
Wednesday at 5:10-620 Forest
vs. Kappa Delta 2; Couzens 2 vs.
Alpha Omicron Pi 2; Delta Gam-
ma 1 vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma 2;
Gamma Phi Beta 1 vs. Pi Beta Phi
1.
Wednesday at 7:00-Stockwell
8 vs. Gamma Phi Beta 3; Alpha
Chi Omega vs. Jordan 2; Kappa
Alpha Theta 2 vs. Alpha Phi 2;
Martha Cook vs. Delta Gamma 2.
Thursday at 5:10--Stockwell 10
vs. Couzens 1; Kappa Alpha Theta
1 vs. Adelia Cheever; Pi Beta Phi
2 vs. Kappa Delta 3; Delta Zeta
vs. Delta Delta Delta 2.
Thursday at 7:00-Delta Gam-
ma 4 vs. Interhouse Team; Stock-
well II vs. winner of Betsy Bar-
bour vs. Jordan 6; Alpha Xi Delta
vs. loser of Betsy Barbour vs. Jor-
dan 6; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1
vs. winner of 620 Forest vs. Kappa
Delta 2.
Women's Physical Education
Club-The following officers have
recently been elected: president,
Donna Brown; vice-president, Bet-
sy Bousfield; secretary, Jer'tWiUl-
son; treasurer, Nancy Somers;
publicity chairman, Irene Straub.
Crease Ball'
To BeGiven
Tickets 'are still on sale for the
lawyers' annual "Crease Ball," to
be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday in the Union Ballroom.
Origin of the title "Crease Ball,"
formerly presented at the same
time as Slide Rule Ball as a re-
sult of a long feud with the en-
gineers, is now obscure.
One member of the dance com-
mittee postulated two theories as
to the origin of "Crease." "Either
lawyers were the only men on
campus with a crease in their
trousers," he said, "or the night of
the dance was the only time law-
yers wore a crease."

To Propose or
Not' Becomes
Coed Problem
By JEAN RUSS
With Leap Year upon us many
coeds face a difficult problem. To
propose or not to propose - and
if to propose, how to propose.
The first part of the problem
must be left up to the individual
and decided in conference with
one's conscience.
The second partof the prob-
lem, however, is a different mat-
ter! How to propose is a problem
which can be solved by any one
who has her heart in her work.
Movies set the fashion in many
walks of life. Why not consider
seriously the techniques present-
ed there?
Concert pianist Jose Iturbi pro-
poses to Jeannette McDonald in
"Three Daring Daughters" by
playing "You Made Me Love You."
This technique is not very original,
but it may work if you are a music
major.
If you do not like this sugges-
tion, try George Murphy's subtle
approach. In "The Big City" he
woos his lady-love, a night-club
singer, by placing a reserved sign
before her plate at the table.
Sometimes the direct approach
is more effective. Jane Russell in
"Paleface" bangs Bob Hope on the
head with a revolver. (An Eng-
lish 60 book would do the trick
nicely.) Then Jane upon Bob's
return to this world says, "Why,
yes, darling, I'll marry you."
Little Margaret O'Brien is a
cupid for Ruth Brady and Danny
Thomas in "The Unfinished
Dance." Usually however, little
sisters prove to be nothing but a
doggoned nuisance in matchmak-
ing.
Last, but not least, because it
is the most famous of all methods
of proposing, is Clark Gable's
ne-knee"'type in "Gone with the
Wind." Do not overlook the fact
that this leads to housemaid's
knee, however.
For that matter, all proposals
do!
Tri-Delt Elections
Members of Delta Delta Delta
sorority have elected officers for
the coming year.
They are: Audrey Buttery, pres-
ident; Betty Estes, house presi-;
dent; Virginia Garritsen, treas-
urer; Mary Lou Hill, rushing chair-
man; Barbara Martin, social
chairman; Gwen Kiester, record-
ing secretary.
JOE! My pledge
to take you to the
DEN -and relax
tonight at 1311 So. U.
across street from Witham's

-Robson-Sterling-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Robson
of Southbridge, Mass., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Patricia, to Mr. James
A. Sterling, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Sterling of Beach-
ville, Md.
Miss Robson is a junior in the
literary college. Her fiance is a
junior in the School of Business
Administration and a member of
Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
* ~. ."
-Woodbu ry-Rol Ibins-
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Woodbury
of Plymouth have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Dorothy Jean, to Mr. Arthur J.
Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George S. Rollins of Detroit.
Miss Woodbury is a senior in the
School of Education. Her fiance
is a freshman in the medical school
and a member of Phi Chi, medi-
cal fraternity.
The wedding will take place
June 15 in Ann Arbor.
-Sch lotter-Stu rtz-
Mr. and Mrs. William Schlotter
of Battle Creek have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Helen Hedwig, to Mr. William R.
Sturtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Sturtz of Albert Lea, Minn.
Miss Schlotter is a junior in the
literary college and is a member of
Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
Mr. Sturtz received his bache-
lor's degree in February and will
enter law school in June.
-Shinnick-Miller-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Shin-
nick of Wilmette, Ill., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Margaret Virginia, to
Mr. Edward Macomb Miller, son

of Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt A. Miller
of Beverly Hills, Ill.
Miss Shinnick is a member of
Alpha Delta Pi and will graduate
from the literary college in June.
Mr. Miller graduated from the
College of Engineering in Febru-
ary ad was affiliated with Kappa
Sigma fraternity.
The wedding will take place
June 26.
* * *
-Reuhl-Risk-
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Reuhl of
Mahwaw, N.J., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Elaine, to Mr. Stanley James Risk,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Risk of Muskegon Heights.
Miss Reuhl is a member of Al-
phi Delta Pi and will graduate in
June. Mr. Risk was graduated
from the literary college in Feb-
ruary and was a member of Stu-
dent Legislature.
The wedding will take place
June 13.
-Ko1eda-N4ovak-
Mr. and Mrs. Vederko of Detroit
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Violet Koleda,
to Arthur H. Novak also of
Detroit.
Miss Koleda is a senior in the
literary college and her fiance
is a sophomore in the engineering
school. The wedding will take
place July 10.

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