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28,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rebook Ball Will Provide
:ape from Final Fretting

tudents craving one last eve-
g of escape from fast-ap-
aching finals will find just such
vening at the Bluebook Ball.
'he dance will be given from 9
. to midnight Saturday in the
on Ballroom. Frank Tinker,
se orchestra will be featured,
promised, "This dance will
ride sweet. danceable music-
ething the students will long

Bluebook Ball is one of a se-
ries of specialty dances sponsored
yearly by the Executive Council of
the Union. According to Dick Slo-
cum, newly appointed social chair-
man of the Union and chairman
of the affair, the traditional mini-
ature bluebook favors will be giv-
en. The ballroom will be appro-
priately decorated with huge blue-
books bearing the names and
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grades of Council members. More
atmosphere will be added when
couples don caps and gowns for
their souvenir pictures.
A novel elimination dance con-
test will be held immediately be-
fore intermission. The winning
two will receive an award as "The
Couple Most Likely To Pass Their
Finals." The Vaughan House Trio
composed of Stan Challis, Bill
Brehm and Don Srull will enter-
tain during intermission.
Tennis Finalists
Will Vie Today
At PalmerField
Finalists in the WAA Tennis
Club mixed doubles tournament
will be' Mary Ann Harris and Ern-
est Mika vs. Nancy Somers and
Bill Hutchinson.
The match will be played this
afternoon on the Palmer Field
Courts.
The all campus women's doubles
semi-finals will be run-off late to-
day. Contending forthemove into
the finals will be Nancy Somers
and Mary Ann Harris vs. Phyllis
McCallum and Pearl Francis and
Ruth Sights and Jean Lange vs.
Phyllis Miotti and Helen Heikken-
en.
The finals in this division will
be played tomorrow.
Heavy coatings of fingernail pol-
ish can be removed easily if Scotch
or adhesive tape is stuck over each
fingernail and then pulled off
quickly. Only the edges will need
wiping with remover!

Modern Miss
Receives Tips
About Sun Fun
Behave on the beach, plan the
tan and spare the sprawl is the
advice given to shore dwellers by1
the June issue of Good House-
keeping magazine.
On the beach, boisterous behav-t
ior and unwarranted emphasis on
affection may occur in the relaxedt
atmosphere. However, says thet
magazine. such actions are unbe-
coming to modern young women.
"It's a temptation, in the free-1
dom of a bathing suit, to sit ort
sprawl in ways you would nevert
dream of in any other costume,"'
the article says. This can be over-
come by cultivating grace and
good posture while on the beach,t
where it is especially apparent.
To prevent peeling, strap-
marked sunburned skin, use sun-
burn preventatives, the article
continues. Plan the sun bathing
wardrobe to avoid reminders of
straps. wrist watches and sun-
glasses, advises the women's mag-
azine.
Bathing suit flattery is a must
for those who want to look their
best on the beach. Styles are num-
erous, the article points out, but
correct fit is essential.
Wyvern Elects
Wyvern, junior women's honor-
ary society, elected officers for
next year.
They are Jo Bell, president; Sid-
ney Steck, treasurer; Pat Reed,
secretary; and Shirley Kallman,
project chairman.
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Weddings &
Engagements
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scott of
Northville have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Nancy Ellen, to Alvin Wistert, son
of Mrs. C. Wistert of Chicago.
Miss Scott is a sophomore in
the literary college. Her fiance is
also a sophomore in the literary
college. No date has been set for
the wedding.
Sen. and Mrs. GeorgeP. McCal-
lum of Ann Arbor have announced
the engagement of their grand-
daughter, Phyllis Jean, to Frank
H. Goodrich, son of Dr. and Mrs.
B. E. Goodrich of Ferndale.
Miss McCallum is a graduate of
Christian College, Columbia, Mo.
She is now a junior in the literary
college and a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority. Her fiance
will enter medical school in the
fall and is a member of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity.
The wedding will take place Au-
gust 18 at St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church.

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BABY STAR'S BABY-Shirley Temple Agar, child movie star
recently grown up, poses with her baby daughter, Linda Susan,
age three months. Shirley's husband, John Agar, is also trying
his hand at movie acting and was recently starred with his wife
in one of her pictures.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET'IN

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sperlich of
Saginaw have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Gwendalyn, to Ross W. Crawley,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crawley
of Flint.
Miss Sperlich is a junior in the
literary college and a member of
Wyvern, Scroll, and Gamma Phi
Beta sorority. Her fiance is a sen-
ior in the literary college and a
member of Phi Kappa Psi frater-
nity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.

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Blue Bo k
ALL SIZES
ait
Swift's Drug Store
340 S. State St.
THE REXALL STORE
ON THE CAMPUS'

(Continued from Page 4)
of Music. Miss Forburger is a pu-
pil of Joseph Brinkman. She will
play works by Bach, Beethoven,
Brahms, Ravel, and Chopin. The
public is invited.
Exhibitions
Architecture Building: Photog-
raphy by Roger and Patti Hollen-
beck, through May 28.
Atomic Energy exhibition pre-
pared by the editors of LIFE mag-
azine, Rackham Building; through
May 29.

Astronomy: 9-10:30 p.m., An-
gell Hall, for observation of Sa-
turn and Double Stars.
Comring Events
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet for hiking at 2:30 p.m., Sun.,
May 30 at the northwest entrance
of the Rackham Bldg. Sign up at
Rackham check desk before noon
Sat. All graduate students wel-
come.
Rogers Williams . Guild:
Guild Program, Sun., May 30,
6:00-8:00 p.m. Meet at the Guild
House for a picnic supper in the
Arboretum, followed by a program
given by the seniors in Guild.

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hop
Round the Corner on State

Come in and refresh
yourself at our modern
soda fountain.

LAST CHANCE
LAST DANCE

the

Exhibition Work from the Draw-
ing and Painting Department,
College of Architecture and De-
sign; Rackham Galleries, week-
days 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Museum of Archaeology: Roman
Egypt and Pictorial Maps of Italy.
Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m.-
12 noon, 2-5 p.m.; Saturday, 9
a.m.-12 noon; and Sunday, 3-5
p.m.
Michigan Historical Collections:
"Autographs of Michigan Men of
State and National Prominence"
on display in 160 Rackham Build-
ing, 8-12 and 1-5 daily, 8-12 Sat-
urdays.
Events Today
Radio Programs:
3:30 p.m. WKAR-On Campus
Doorsteps-Mr. Vroman, School of
Music.
5:45 p.m. WPAG-Music Fra-
ternities and Sororities, Mu Phi
Epsilon.
Women of the University Facul-
ty: Informal Tea. 4:30 p.m., Club
Lounge, Michigan League. In
charge: members from the Library
and the several Museums.
Geology and Mineralogy Jour-
nal Club: Mr. R. J. Cordell of Col-
gate- University will speak on
"Techniques in Micropaleontolo-
gy" at 12:00. Rm. 3055, N.S. All
interested are cordially welcome.
SRA Coffee Hour, last one, at
Lane Hall, 4:30 p.m., Everyone is
invited.
Visitor's Night, Department of
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