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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE VE

Fortnight Petitions
Are Due Monday)

Petitioning is now open for cen-
tral committee posts for Assen-
bly's annual Fortnight show,
which will be held early next fall.
The posts are open to all inde-
pendent women on campus, in-
cluding freshmen. Petitions will
be due at noon Monday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Available positions are general
chairman, decorations, honors,
Newman Club
To Hold Dance
Right in keeping with the
weatherman's overdose of precipi-
tation this week will be the New-
man Club Spring Rain Formal,
scheduled for today in the Union
Ballroom.
The semi-formal affair is an all-
campus dance, and is designed this
year to provide students an op-
portunity for a gala evening before
settling down to studying for
-inals, according to committee
hairmen.
Recitations and musical num-
bers are planned for entertain-
ment, while Frank Tinker and his
band will provide music for the
ancers. Cloud decorations will
irry out the spring rain theme.
Delegates to the annual Ohio
""alley Province Officers Conven-
tCn of the 57 Newman Clubs from
colleges in Michigan, Ohio, Ken-
tucky and Indiana, to be held in
Ann Arbor this weekend, will at-

tend the dance.
Tickets are on sale at the
ion and in the clubrooms.

publicity, skits, program and fa-
vors chairmen.
List To Be Posted
A more detailed list of the duties
entailed by each office will be
posted on the bulletin board in
the Undergraduate Office, as well
as a sign-up sheet for interviews.
Additional information may be
procured in the Assembly office
from 3 to 5 p.m. today.
Petitions should include ideas
for a general theme for the af-
fair.
Interviews Will Be Held
Interviewing for positions will
be Tuesday, May 18, and Wednes-
day, May 19, in the Assembly of-
fice on the third floor of the
League. Interviewees will be re-
quired to bring their eligibility
cards with them.
Fortnight takes place early in
October, climaxing two weeks of
events introducing the Assembly
Association. This year the show is
going to combine the installation
of house presidents, recognition of
dorm scholarship and activities,
and house skits.
Girls' State
Will Convene
On June 14
High school girls from all parts
of the State will assemble June 14
in Ann Arbor for the annual Wol-
verine Girls' State Convention.
The 216 delegates will be separ-
ated into 12 colonies, each colony
supervised by a University stu-
dent as counselor. The girls com-
ing to the Convention have been
specially chosen and have met cer-
tain requirements.
Each one is an outstanding stu-
dent at the high school she at-
tends and has never taken part in
the conference before. Every girl
must be sponsored by some or-
ganization and must have pledged
to report back to its members
about her week at the Convention.
To offset the more serious voca-
tional talks which will take up a
large part of the University's pro-
gram, the girls have received the
use of all the University's. recrea-
tional facilities. Some of the ac-
tivities scheduled include tours,
hikes, an evening of square danc-
ing at the League and a pajama
party.
WAA Notices
Participants in the WAA Ten-
nis tournaments must play off re-
maining preliminary and first
round matches today and tomor-
row or notify managers,. Mary Ann
Harris, 2-5570 or Barbara Reyn-
olds, 2-2591 of a default. The draw
is posted on the WAB bulletin
board.
The archery club will hold its
final meeting at 4 p.m. today at
WAB. All members are urged to be
present, according to Gwen Keis-
ter, manager.

O t ti ue
By MARJE SCHMIDT
CAMPUS SOCIAL EVENTS turn all eyes springward this week-end
as multitudes of formals, picnics, hayrides and novelty parties
enter the limelight.
Sigma Alpha Mu will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary on
campus. The group will have dinner in the League today and
will then proceed to the ballroom where they will dance to the
music of Phil Brestoff. A picnic at the Island will follow ,tomorrow
with the actives challenging the alumni to a baseball game,
Both Alpha Xi Delta and Delta Zeta sororities have planned
their annual "Rose Formals" for this week-end. They are spring
dances held in honor of the new initiates. The former is having
dinner at the Union, and then returning to the house to dance
to the music of Johnny Harberd. The Delta Zetas will serve dinner
at the sorority and have chosen maestro Art Starr and his
sextette for music.
An overflow crowd is expected at the Fresh Air Camp both today
and tomorrow. Wenley and Williams houses have planned a picnic
for tomorrow with all the trimmings. Entertainment will be provided
in the form of ballgames, canoeing and swimming-if the weather
permits.
Greene house will be present with their "Fire Fly Fling," a strictly
informal hard times party. Approximately 50 couples will travel to
the camp in a hay truck for an evening packed with fun. Michigan
house will join the brigade also.
A LIVELY CIRCUS atmosphere will flow through the halls of Helen
Newberry Residence today at their spring formal. The coeds are
creating the "big top" theme by means of a tent effect in the main
entrance hall, life-size circus characters decorating the walls and
caged animals. Al Chase will do his part as music-maker to add
to the liveliness of the affair.
The Theta Xi's have also transformed their front porch into,
the entrance of a circus tent, for their spring formal tomorrow.
Within, however, the theme is carried through mainly by way of a
very elaborate carousel, John Oakes and band are the "wild cats" that
will be in a cage surrounding the bandstand.
The Michigan Daily staff will have their annual picnic Sun-
day, 3:30 p.m., at the Island. Games, singing, weiners, and cokes
promise to provide an affair full of enjoyment for all. Portable
radios will undoubtedly be present; it would never do for the
sports staff to miss the ball scores.
The members of AK Psi are having a formal tomorrow in honor
of their pledges at the Washtenaw Country Club. There will be a
gathering at the fraternity house first where refreshments will be
served. After arriving at the country club guests will find themselves
transported to the "deep south," dancing to the music of Ken
Norman at "The Cotton Ball."
"THE BOWERY BALL," big party of the year for the Phi Sigma
Kappa fraternity, will be held tomorrow. It is an annual affair,
guaranteed to bring to life authentic bowery scenes. Guests will be
costumed to fit the theme. The band is a novelty five-piece combo
taken directly from the streets of Detroit expressly for the purpose.
Saline Valley Farms will be the scene of two picnic-parties given
today by Hayden house and tomorrow by Lloyd house. Fifty men
from Hayden and their "gals" will enjoy a hayride before arriving at
the farms for dancing and weiners. The Lloyd House affair is to
begin earlier in the day, and will include baseball, dancing, and
swimming-perhaps!
Alpha Sigma Phi will hold their annual "Sweetheart Formal
from 9 to midnight today in the Union Ballroom. The dance is
in honor of coeds pinned to fraternity members during this year.
Miniature beer mugs will be the favors, presented to each
couple. Dancing to the music of Doug Lent will take place
in a ballroom bedecked with the fraternity colors.
The girls of Alpha Phi are having a novel "Gay '90's Party" from
9 to midnight tomorrow. Sorority members are to play the part of
waitresses in a basement bar, and will also provide entertainment
typical of this era.
FOLLOWING DINNER at the Phi Tau house tomorrow, a pledge
formal will be given in the Hussey room of the League. Couples
will dance to the music of Doug Lent and his orchestra amidst decora-
tions evolving from the fraternity colors and symbol.
The members of Delta Tau Delta have planned their formal to
take place amidst night club surroundings. Refreshments will be
served at the house before the dance, which will last from 9 p.m. until
midnight. The dates will receive favors in the form of combination
cigarette cases and compacts.

Wyvern Taps
17 Members
At Dinner Hour,
Clad in yellow and brown and
singing the traditional "Damn,
damn" tapping song the members
of Wyvern Junior Women's hon-
orary tapped seventeen new mem-
bers at a dinner hour yesterday.
Coeds tapped were Edith An-
drew, Alpha Chi Omega; Joyce
Atchison, Pi Beta Phi; Jo Bell,
Chi Omega; Betsy Bousfield, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma; Ruth Camp-
bell, Delta Delta Delta; Marge
Flint, Alpha Phi and Dorothy
Fogel, Newberry.
The list continues with Gale
Huntington, Pi Beta. Phi; Patricia
James, Mosher; Shirley Kallman,
Sigma Delta Tau; Katherine Mills,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Shirley Os-
good, Delta Delta Delta; Patricia
Reed, Cook; Constance Skaff, Al-
pha Omicron Pi; Sidney Steck,
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Lois
Steere, Alpha Xi Delta and Mary
Stein. Cook.
Following the tapping, old and
new members rushed the 'forbid-
den' front door of the Union. The
group returned to the League
where they were served refresh-
ments. Mrs. Elsie Fuller, Assist-
ant Dean of Women, and adviser
to Wyvern acted as hostess.
New members were formally in-
itiated at 7 a.m. today in the
League Chapel.
There will be no Casbah this
week-end, according to Jackie
Reid, chairman of the Casbah
Committee.

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Foresters Club
To Roast Deer
At 'Bald Acres'
Even though deer may not be in
season just now, the foresters are
proving their undefeatable Bun-
yon spirit by going right ahead
with a venison roast tomorrow.
Men of the Foresters' Club,
dates, wives and children will all
partake in the affair to be held at
"Bald Acres," so dubbed by a stu-
dent for obvious reasons, the farm
of Prof. Shirley Allen. Private
transportation will be furnished
for members going to and from the
farm situated about twenty-three
miles from Ann Arbor.
The day will consist of a field
day with stunts, chopping and
sawing contests, and three-legged
races, beginning at 1 p.m. and
lasting till such a time as rain,
weariness or hours may chase the
foresters home. Venison, roasted
in a barbeque pit, will be served
with soft drinks to make the day
complete.
Incidentally, it's all legal, too,
for the foresters are getting the
venison from the Edwin S. Geoirge
reserve near Pinckney by previous
arrangement.
The Senior Society dinner at
Dean Lloyd's house has been
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