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AY, MAY 11, 1948

T HE MICHIGAN DA I LY

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Pledge Classes
il Gve Donce
Panhel To Sponsor 'Pledge Premiere';
Affair Will Be Held in League Ballroom

Sorority pledge classes, under
the auspices of the Penhellenic
Association, will present an infor-
mal dance, "Pledge Premiere,"
from 9 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day in the League Ballroom.
The dance is being given by the
pledges as their annual pldge
project instead of the tea that has

been given in former years. The
affair is open to all affiliated
women on campus and their
guests.
Wine-Gar To Play
Fran Wine-Gar and his "Pipes
of Fran," the regular Casbah or-
chestr ', will play for the dance.
T.e flower emblems of the dif-

Blue Book Ball
Will Be Qiven
Blue Book Ball, presented each
semester by the Union Executive
Council. is to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday, May 29 in
the Union Ballroom.
The event is offered as a re-
laxation period from the stress
and strain of the forthcoming
final examinations. Traditional
miniature blue book favors will be
given each couple. The dance mu-
sic will be provided by Frank
Tinker and his orchestra heard
weekly at the Union dances. Door
prizes are to be presented later
in the evening.
General chairmen of the dance
committee are Keith Jordan and
Loyal Jodar. The men working
with them are Al Sosin and Al
Borger, entertainment; John Lin-
quist, Norman Kroll, Martin Koh-
lenberg and Jerry Mehlman, de-
corations; Richard Bender, Ralph
Pulliam and Don Koombs, pub-
licity; Dave Tease, programs and
William Race, property.
The preliminary and possible
first round matches must be
played today in the WAA Ten-
nis Club singles, doubles and
mixed doubles. The draw
sheets are posted on the WAB
bulletin board and players must
contact their opponents to ar-
range their matches.

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ferent sororities will be used as
decorations.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
Georgine Vallance and Mary
Stone. Other members of the cen-
tral committee are Helen Miran-
da and Doris Gardner, finance;
Marilyn Flynn and Nancy Sten-
buck, tickets; Illeana Lindh and
Joy Williams, decorations; Janet
Dawson and Barbara Ballantine.
publicity; Jennie Quirk and Lynn
Shingleton, floorshow and Nancy
Merriam, favors.
Tickets Available
Tickets for the affair are now
available in the separate sorority
houses. House mothers ofseach
sorority will serve as patronesses.

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ON TH EBEACII-Ann Blyth
of the films swings on the beach
between swims during vacation
at Santa Monica.' Calif.

Petitions Due
For Assembly
Show May 1?
Petitioning is now open for all
independent women on campus.
including freshmen, for cha rnian-
ships of the traditional Assembly
Fortnight show.
Fortnight takes place early in
October climaxing two weeks of
ev-ents introducing the Assembly
Association. This year the show
is goin to combine the installa-
tion of house presidents, recog-
nition of dorm scholrships and
activities and house skits into one
big night.
Last year the Fortnight showr
centered around the theme "All
Aboard with Assembly" using the
train idea. This year each coed
petitioning is asked to suggest a
theme for the big show.
The positions open are general
chairman, decorations, honors,
publicity, skits, program and fav-
ors chairmen. Petitions are to be
turned in at the Undergraduate
Office on the first floor of the
League by noon Monday, May 17.
Interviewing will take place from
3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday. May 18 and
Wednesday, May 19 in the As-
sembly Office. Women petition-
ing may sign up for interviews
on the sign-up sheets on the bul-
letin board of the Undergraduate
Office.
The Assembly Office will be
open from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday of this week
for prospective chairmen who wish
to look over past reports and ask
questions. Petition blanks are
available in the Undergraduate
Office in the League.
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Girls' State Convention Opens June 14;
Counseling Positions Available To Coeds

The Tenth Annual Wolverine
Girls' State has announced open-
ings for University women inter-
ested in counseling.
The week-long Convention will
take place June 14 through 22.
Counselors will receive twenty
dollars as remuneration plus room
and board at the League. Coeds
may register now at the Social
Director's Office of the League.
Shelby Dietrich, who will co-
ordinate the Convention's ac-
tivities as Chief Counselor, will
be participating in the convo-
cation for her fifth year. Miss
Dietrich believes that the ex-
perience of the week's counsel-
ing is most valuable for women
interested in personal relations
because it offersa practical way
to apply text book knowledge of
the social sciences. She will
need three recreational coun-
selors and twelve colony coun-
selors to assist her in guiding
the girls through the entiire
program.
The Convention is a meeting
for a selected group of high school
students which is designed to fa-
miliarize them with the present
day professional and vocational
opportunities for women. It is
sponsored by the American Legion
Women's Auxiliary and the Uni-
versity provides housing facilities
and the week's agenda.
This year's program will bring
the girls talks by prominent
members of the University's fac-
ulty and other authorities on
the women's place in their re-
spective fields. Talks on mer-
chandising, journalism, radio,
home economics, medicine,
teaching and other careers will
be presented.

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Business Fraternity: Business
meeting for all members, 7:30
p.m., Wed., May 12, Michigan Un-
ion.
Druids: 10 p.m., Wed., May 12.
All members are urged to attend.
Phi Delta Kappa. Informal cof-
fee Hour, 4:15 p.m., Wed., May 12,
2nd floor lounge, School of Ed-
ucation. Program: Informal dis-
cussion on "Group Dynamics" led
by Dr. Wm. C, Morse, director,
University of Michigan Fresh Air
Camp. Also, discussion of plans
for Summer Session and future
projects.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: 121
noon, Wed., May 12, Rm. 3055,
Natural Science Bldg. Mr. Wallace
Griffiths will speak on "The Geol-
ogy and Pegmatite Deposits of the
Shelby District, North Carolina."
Scabbard and Blade: Business
meeting, election and installation
of new officers, Wed., May 12, 7:30
p.m., Room 316, Michigan Union.
All active members are urged to
attend. Refreshments. Banquet
previously scheduled has been
cancelled.
La Sociedad Hispanica: Special
meeting for students interested in
a summer in Mexico. Those who
received scholarships to Mexico
last summer will answer questions
at 4 p.m., Tues., May 11, Rm., 108,
Romance Language Bldg.
Hillel Student Council: Anyone
interested in serving on the Coun-
cil for the coming year may be in-
tervied by the Executive Council

on Thurs., May 13, 3-5 p.m. Call
2-5587 for an appointment.
STUDENT LEGISLATURE
AGENDA
Cabinet Report:
Report on metiin of Student
Organizations on May (6th.

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Report on Student Conduct
Committee meeting where the ?'_q-
uor regulations were debated.
Report on progress of petition
to Board of Regents for a hearing
on the political-speaker ban.
Varsity Committee Report:
Fritz Crisler's reply to our re-
quest for (1) charging for specta-
tor rather than participation
sports; (2) allowing students to
obtain football programs for 25c.
Social Committee Report:
Report on progress of schedul-
ing of IM dances for next year.
N.S.A. Report:
Report on choices for N.S.A.
delegates to National Convention
in Madison.
Campus Action Committee:
Report on taxi-cab fares.
Election Committee plans for
the future.
Cultural and Educational Com-
mittee:
Report on proposed debate.
Publicity Committee Report:
Report of booklet publications
by student organizations and the
possibility of concentrating them
within one booklet.
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