THE MI.CHIGAN DAILY
Sorority Pledges To Present
Informal Dance as Project
Under the ausp'e of the Pa.l- Rich, Nancy Merrium, and Myrna
hellenic Association, the sorority Reese.
pledge classes will anreSet an in- Ginger Ellis will do a tal-
f~ormal, ail camp~su inc:, "Pledg GnerEfi il o ak-
formiere", cam I)s d4 Plede off on Dorothy Shay and Seatty
Preiere, from pi. te Lu ( Gladden will imitate Virginia
The dance is being give s t: Llm Co-chairmen of the dance are
annual pledge project inteal of Georgine Vallance and Mary
the tea that has been given in Stone. Other members of the cen-
former years. tral committee are Helen Miranda
Decorations for the danve and Doris Gardner, finance; Mar-
will be based on the flower em- ilyn Flynn and Nancy Stenbuck,
blenis of the sororities. Fran tickets; Illeana Lindh and Joy
Wine-Gar and his "Pipes of Williams, decorations; Janet
Fran", the regular CasDah Dawson and Barbara Ballantine,
4)rchestra will ji1;y for tlie publicity; Jenny Quirk and Lynn
dance. Shingleton, floorshow; and Nancy
The program for the floorishow Merriam, favors.
will include a chorus line for Tickets for the dance are avail-
"Frankie and Johnny". Members able in the League Undergraduate
of the chorus are Agnes Waddell, Office and may also be obtained
Pat Isobel, Bobby Reid, Sully Slo- in the separate sorority houses.
cum. Martha Armsurong, Joyce( House mothers of each sorority
Atchieson, Joan Broomfield, Pat will serve as patronesses.
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Horace Greeley's words
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hold true for the modern miss if
she is in the market for a circlet
of gold for her third finger, left
hand-Go West to hear the wed-
The greatest marriage oppor-
tunities in the 48 states are offer-
ed in Nevada where single men
outnumber single women 195 lo
Pack Your Bags
Alaska offers even greater fields
to conquer for the matrimon-
ially-minded. There the ratio iS
nine single men to each single
To really hit the marital jack-
pot women are advised ;o pack
up their bags and head for the
Far East where there are fifty
American males for every Amer-
ican girl in Hawaii, the Philip-
pines, Japan, Korea and China-
For complete information on
jobs for women in points of inter-1
est in the Far East, write the
Overseas Branch Office of the
Secretary of War, War Depart-
ment, Washington, D. C.
Other statistics that might be
of interest to Michigan coeds
show that Wyoming has 161
available men to every 100 avail.-
able women; Montana, 150 to 100;
Idaho, 144 to 100; Arizona, 110 to
100 and New Mexico, 117 to 100.
Coeds who want to hear the
strains of Lohengrin better avoid
Massachusetts which has 84 men
to every 100 single women, Geor-
gia with 87 to 100, South Carolina,
87 to 100 and Washington, D. C.
with 82 to 100 men are not much
better for man-hunting grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Greenberg, of
MiaminBeach, Fla., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Helen, to Allan Shapiro,
;on of Mr. and Mrs. O Shapiro,
of St. Joseph, Michigan.
Miss Greenberg will graduate
from the literary college in June
where she will receive her degree
in pre-professional social work.
She is a member of Alpha Kappa
Delta, the national honorary so-
Mr. Shapiro is a senior in ii ie
The wedding will take place
June 29 in Miami Beach.
Mr. amid Mrs. Irwin Bliman of
Pittsburgh, Pa., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Har-
riett J. to I. Robert Fteelander,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Free-
lander of Worcester, Mass.
Miss Bliman is a junior in the
Mr. Freelander is an alumnus
of Dartmouth College and the
University of Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Benson of
Saginaw have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jule
Long streamers of grosgrain rib-
bon will substitute for a bulletin
board and add color and origi-
nality to your room. Pin or tape
your souvenirs from top to bottom
along the ribbon, tacked from.the
Ann, to Mr. Theodore L. Garby,
son of Mrs. 0. H. Garby of Indian
Miss Benson i zszl i is , diitatseior n li
business~e adiniistratio (11s00
and a member of Kappa Delta so-
rority. Her fiance is a student of
the Milwsaukee School of Engi-
No(L ite has been set for 1 i
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wetmore of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jane,
to Mr. Gordon Lichtwardt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Liehtwardt of
Miss Wetmore is a senior in the
airchit ecture college and a mern-
her of Scroll and Delta Delta
Delta. Her fiance is a student at
Albion College and a member of
Delta Tau Delta.
The wedding will take place in
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SUNNY DAY IN ITALY-A balloon vendor makes a deal with
a young customer at Milan, Italy.
Final Tea To Be
The final Ruthven Tea of the
semester will be given from 4 to
6 p.m. tomorrow.
Michigan House, Alpha Phi,
Adelia Cheever and Theta Chi are
to be honor guests. Also invited
are Indian and Turkish foreign
students, as well as all students on
Mrs. Charles A. Sink, Mrs.
Catherine Glass, Mrs. Laura Niles
and Mrs. Dorothy Eckhart will
Bobby Jo Ream is in charge of
the Ruthven Teas with members
of the social committee serving as
All remaining preliminary
tennis matches, and all possible
first round matches in the
WAA tournaments must be
completed today. The time
limits have been extended be-
cause of the weather. The draw
is posted on the WAB bulletin
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLIfN
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ments for the degree of Master of
Music. The public is invited.
2:45 p.m. WPAG - National
Hospital Day-Rhoda Reddig, Di-
rector of Nursing Service.
3:45 p.m., WKAR-The School
of Music-Howard Hatton, bari-
tone; Robert Henderson, Piano
5:45 p.m., WPAG-Gardenaing
Program - Lenore Thompson
of new officers, 7:30 p.m., Room
316, Michigan Union. All active
members are urged to attend. Re-
freshments. Banquet previously
scheduled as been cancelled.
IT. of M. Flying Club: Open
meeting, 7:30 p.m., 1042 E. Engi-
Get Set for
Druids: Meeting, 10 p.m.
members are urged to attend.
and Sullivan: Full re-
p.m., Pattengill Audi-
116 S0. MAIN ST. PHONE 2-2934
Delta Sigma Pi, I nternational
Business Fraternity: Busine ss
meeting for all members, 7:30
p.m., Michigan Union.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: 12
noon, Rm. 3055, Natural Science
Bldg. Mr. Wallace Griffiths will
speak on "The Geodogy and Preg-
matite Deposits of the Shelby Dis-
trict, North Carolina."
Scabbard and Blade: Business
meeting, election and installation
La Sociedad Hispanica: Final
meeting, 8 p.m., International
Center. Short program, an-
nouncement of recipients for the
three scholarships to Mexico, and
election of officers for next year.
La p'tite causette: 3:30 p.m.,
Square Dancing Class, sponsored
by the Graduate Outing Club: 8
p.m., Lounge, Women's Athletic
Bldg. Small fee. Everyone wel-
A Bill of One-Act Plays will be
presented at 8 p.m., Thurs., May
13, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, by
speech department students in ad-
vanced courses in theatre. Admis-
sion is free to the public and no
tickets are required. Doors open at
7:15 p.m. and close as soon as
theatre is filled, but not later than
8 p.m. No one will be admitted
during the performance of any of
Visitor's Night, Department of
Astronomy: 8-10 p.m., Fri., May
14, Angell Hall, for observation
of the Moon and Saturn. (The
third and last in the series of Visi-
tor's Nights will be held May 28).
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