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Installation Night To Honor
Women, List New Positions

The newly - chosen positialn
holders in League, WAA, Panhel-
lenic and Assembly activities wil
be installed at 7:30 p.m. Monday
in Rackham Auditorium in the an-
nual Installation Night ceremon-
ies.
Scholarship presentations will
also be given at the time by Mor-
tar Board and Delta Delta Delta,
Dean Alice Lloyd will present the
three Ethel McCormick scholar-
ships and will give a short talk.
Senior Society and Scroll will tap
new members.
The leaders in next year's
women's activities will be hon-
ored with the announcement of
the new members of League
Council, Assembly Board offi-
cers, Panhellenic Board, Judi-
ciary Council, Interviewing

Board, WAA officers and Board,
women's editor of The Daily
l and members of the central
committees of Soph Cabaret
and JGP.
The members of the various
committees functioning under
teague Council will be recognized
including Casbah, merit-tutorial,
lance, publicity, social, personnel
'nd orientation. Orientation ad-
visors for the fall and spring se-
nesters will also be announced.
The traditional seating ar-
rangement with special sections
for each house and sorority will
be in effect. Signs will be posted
to guide coeds to their section.
A reception for new officers and
all coeds will be held immediate-
ly following the installation in the
League Ballroom. Refreshments
will be served.

Hell'za Poppin
In Union Hades
T0morrow
Red devil head stickers found
on campus this week announce the
Union sponsored Hell'zapoppin
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow in the Union
ballroom.
Produced annually under the
direction of the Union Executive
Council, the dances have provided
an evening of entertainment in
the best Olsen and Johnson tradi-
tion.
This year the committee has
planned to convert the staid Rain-
bow room into a fire-bedecked
hades, entered through the fa-
mous gates. Featured during the
evening will be a 100 year old tu-
pence farthing bike, which will
cross the ballroom ceiling periodi-
cally throughout the evening.
Flash bulbs will be set off in the
darkroom "to see,"' said Loyal
Jodar, chairman of the dance, 'if
anyone ever does dance in there."
House Officers
Recently elected officers for
Betsy Barbour House include Joan
Katz, president; Nathalie Elliott,
vice-president; Joan Sheppard,
treasurer; Eleanore Doersom, sec-
retary; and Elizabeth Gellately,
social chairman.

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Casbah Holds

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IFC Will Feature Johnny Long
At Annual Ball May 7, at IM

Olsen Acts as MC; Pullen
Bacon, Olszynski Beat' Jive
George Olsen, comedian and
imitator, will act as master of
ceremonies at the regular weekly
floorshow at the Campus Casbah
tomorrow.
The program will include Bev-
erly Olszynski, who ,is known to
her fans as "a slightly tamed Bet-
ty Hutton," and songs in a strictly
jam style by Joanne Pullen and
Paul Bacon. Miss Olszynski will
sing "All That Glitters Is Not
Gold" and "Stuff Like That
There.'
'Bugs' Beat Boogie
Joanne and Paul, pupils in
Jones Junior High School, have
been entertaining at high school
functions with their boogie beat.
Joanne will sing "Write Me a Let-
ter" and "Buzz Me Baby."
Olsen is well-known on campus
for his accurate portrayals of Al
Jolson, who is a personal friend of
the student entertainer.
Wine-Gar To Play
Fran Wine-Gar and his student
band will furnish music for the
dance. Wine-Gar will be featured
on the banjo.
The Casbah will be open from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday only in
the League Ballroom. Parties may
reserve tables upon entrance.

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By MARILYN JONES and MARJE SCHMIDT
FRATERNITIES have taken advantage of the May Festival con-
certs to entertain mothers at weekend parties. Spring formals
have also been planned to honor pledges and new initiates.
The Beta's have planned a big weekend for their mothers who
will arrive on campus today. The festivities will begin with a
welcoming dinner party at the house followed by an informal evening
of bridge. The house has been vacated by the members in order
to accommodate the guests. Tomorrow afternoon there will be a picnic
to which coeds have been invited. At the formal banquet that night
each mother will receive flowers. An informal evening has again been
planned for those who do not attend the May Festival concert. At
midnight all the guests will be serenaded before retiring for the
night. The weegend will end with their attendance at the Presby-
terian church and a farewell dinner.
The living-room of the Theta Chi house will be transformed
into a garden tomorrow for the annual spring formal "Spring
Gardens." Following a dinner at the Allenel, the guests will return
to the house to dance to the music of Johnny Harberd and his
orchestra. Guests will receive trophies as favors.
Victor Vaughan will play hosts to Betsy Barbour, Helen Newberry,
Cousins Hall and Jordan Hall at an open house from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight today. Residents and their dates will also be guests. Dance
music will be furnished by a band from Detroit. Entertainment during
intermission will include skits and selections by the Victor Vaughan
Trio, consisting of Doi Srull, Stan Challis, and Bill Brehm.
K APPAPLEDGES will be honored at a spring formal given at the
house tomorrow. Guests will dance under a false ceiling to the
music of Doug Lent and his orchestra. Balloons, and pastel shaded
streamers will bring out the spring theme. A white picket fense will
surround the bandstand.
Small souvenir paddlies will be given as favors at the Acacia
spring pledge formal tomorrow. A dinner at the Tavern will precede
the dance. A lilac bedecked 'trellis will decorate the outside of the
house. Art Starr and his orchestra will play for dancing. Refresh-
ments of punch and cookies will be served throughout the evening.
Today the Sigma Chi brass band will meet 33 mothers at
the train station, and accompany them to the house where they
will be guests for the week-end. Saturday morning the mothers
will be shown around campus-their sons the loving guides.
In the afternoon they will be given pins and formally initiated
into the Sigma Chi Mothers. Following a banquet in the evening
they will be escorted to the May Festival concert. To top off the
holiday the women of leisure will be served breakfast in bed on
Sunday morning.
The Phi Chi medical fraternity will hold a dinner dance this
week-end in honor of the present freshman members. Bill Hemline
will be maestro. The decorations are to carry out a Rip Van Winkle
theme.
ANDERSON HOUSE will entertain this Saturday with music by
the best bands in the land (on record), ping pong and bridge.
A May pole atmosphere will be created by effected decorations. Punch
and cookies are to be served for refreshment.
The members of Alpha Phi have chosen Al Rice and his orchestra
to provide dance music at their initiation formal. Following a ban-
quet at the League in honor of the initiates, the dance will take
place at the house. The line of decorations will follow a "flowers
and green" spring theme.
After dinner at the Union, the Lambda Chi pledges will be
honored at a formal dance to be given at the house. The merry-
makers will dance to the music of Al Chase and his orchestra.
Decorations will follow the general spring pattern by producing
a flower garden effect.

Ferry Field will be transformed
into an outdoor terrace for dan-
cers at IFC Ball on"May 7.
Colored lights will be strung
over that part of the field adja-
cent to the Intramural Building.
and the music of Johnny Long
will be heard through a loud-
speaker system. Chairs will also be
provided for those persons sitting
out dances.
Searchlights will lighten the sky
over the IM Building, and an elec-
tric sign stating "IFC Ball" will
hang over the entrance door.
Doormen in bright colored uni-
forms will assist guests in opening
taxi doors and act as escorts into
the building.

NOW

Arrangements are also being
made, Jack Waters, publicity
chairman of the ball announced,
for a national magazine to cover
the dance. Detroit papers will also
feature pictures and news of the
Ball in Sunday's society section.
Fraternities are planning Sat-
urday house parties to make the
dance the beginning of a "Greek
weekend."
New long dresses require new
longer slips, but if you find your-
self with a deluge of the old short
ones it might be a good idea to
convert them and lengthen by
adding wide rows of eyelet or lace.

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WAA Notices
Softball-Members will meet for
practice and business meeting at
4:15 p.m. today at the WAB. In
event of rain the business meet-
ing will be held inside.
Michifish - All members who
ordered suits may buy them at
Moe's Sport Shop as soon as pos-
sible, according to Rose Marie
Schoetz, club manager.

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SAE's Present
'Black-and-White'
FormalToday
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will play
host to the officers and executive
council members of the SAE chap-
ters at Michigan State and Adrian,
and their dates at the annual
"Black-and-White" Formal which
will be held from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday in the ballroom of
the League.
Eddie Marshall and his orches-
tra will play for the dance which
will climax the regional conven-
tion to be held this weekend.
Women who attend the dance will
wear white or black and white
formals.
Plans for the weekend include
a stag dinner at the house to-
night, meetings of the executive
committee tomorrow morning, a
tour of the campus in the after-
noon and a record dance ingthe
evening.
Among the distinguished guests
present will be Mr. J. G. DeHority
of Indianapolis, Pr-ovince Ar'chon,
and Mr. Arthu- M. Peck Jr., Prov-
ince Recorder-Treasurer.
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