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Committee Plans Music Hall Theme;
Record Platters To Be Given as Favors;
Phil Levant's Orchestra To Be Featured
nsored by the sophomore and decorations will include giant-
"Soph Music Hall" will be size juke boxes and records hang-
nted from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ing from the ceiling.
y, March 5 in the Union Phil Levant and his orchestra
)om. will play for the event. Featur-
e annual prom will be semi- ed with the group will be Shirley
9 and will follow a music White, vocalist, and Oscar
theme. Coeds will receive Thran, the "300 lbs. of Person-
record platters as favors ality."
Levant, known as the father of
J D r s"Distinctive Smoothness in Rhy-
Seu uorrms thm," is a viola soloist, arranger,
and composer. Among some of his
rmmD c ine works are "Afterglow" and Mar-
ye 'ecine uette University's famous "Vic-
tory March."
Resi entsRecent engagements of the
Residents Levant group have beenat the
Bismark Hotel and Trianon
ing registration figures as Ballroom in Chicago, Bill
e fist ay f clsse shw a Green's Casino and the William
e first day of clases shdw ta Pen Hotel in Pittsbugthe
ase of 64 women students Pn:Htli itbrh h
in University residence halls Plantation Clubs in Houston
mpared to fall, 1947 regis- and Dallas and at hotels and
s. clubs in other cities.
largest dormitory on cam- General ticket sales will open
Stockwell, houses the great- from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow at
umber of coeds, having 546 University Hall and will continue
nts. Mosher Hall is second, throughout the week. Saturday
ag 275 women students and sales will be held from 9 a.m. to
n is third with 252. noon.
tration List Continues Chairman of the Soph Prom
ds living in Matha Cook committee this year is Don
ng number 138. The two Hiles. Also on the central com-
boring dormitories, Betsy mittee are Jack Higgens, music
ur and Helen Newberry, have chairman; Guth Campbell and
erence of only 14 .members; Marilyn Stone, in charge of pro-
rmer being the residence of grams; Jo Bell, finance chair-
vomen and the latter hous- man; Jack Waters, publicity
63 undergraduates. chairman; Ed Dworsky, tickets
pre are 60 women now living chairman and Sum Howard and
uzens Hall, formerly limited Jim Smith in charge of building
rsing students. and grounds.
er House Figures Coeds attending the dance will
the smaller residence houses, have 1:30 a.m. late permission. No
a Cheever has the most resi- corsages should be worn to the
housing 21 women. Mary dance other than by central com-
ely House and University mittee members and their dates.

BUNDLING GLOVE-Something novel for informal stadium
wear is this "bundling glove" designed by an American leather
glove manufacturer for hand holders. It is a pigskin mitt with
one palm and two cuffs.

WAA Noitices

College Board
Makes Survey
Of Campuses
Chappuis, Gestie Represent
Michigan at Bates Fashion,
Clinic Held in New York
Last week fourteen college un-
dergraduates gathered in New
York City to attend Bates Fabrics,
Inc.'s 1948 College Board and
Young Fashions Clinic.
Thirteen campuses in as many
states from coast to coast were
represented. Michigan's represen-
tatives were Ann Gestie and Bob
Chappuis. This board of campus
advisors, instituted several years
ago and chosen annually, is Bates'
barometer on campus fashion op-
Board members made an ex-
tensiversurvey of their respective
schools, determining fashion
trends and statistics prior to
their arrival in New York.
To supplement those surveys
Bates has conducted campus fash-
ion forums under the supervision
of its own staff.
Through campus polls, reports
and recommendations the col-
lege board interpreted college
trends and thinking, and trans-
lated these into facts and fig-
ures which will determine Bates'
back-to - school- fashions and
home furnishings next fall.
During their stay in New York,
board members participated in
fashion discussions and toured the
headquarters of Mademoiselle. In
addition they helped to design col-
lege room settings in which they
were photographed for back-to-
school advertisements.
Representatives were presented
to the New York fashion press at
a Bates-sponsored fashion show
where students modeled styles es-
pecily designed for the show by
seventeen of the country's best
known designers. A formal dinner
dance at the Cub Room of the
Stork Club climaxed the week's
A course in braille was offered
to coeds as part of the defense
program for women in 1942.
Art Shop

Coeds Plan
Water Ballet
The 34 members of Michifish,
formerly the University Women's
Swimming Club, will present a wa-
ter ballet and diving demonstra-
tion at the Union Open House,
scheduled for March 6.
Members meet at 10 a.m. each
Saturday at the Union pool to
practice under the direction of
Miss Gareis and her assistant,
Mrs. Straaky. The club meets from
fall until early spring.
Present members of Michifish
are Rosemarie Schoetz, Pricilla
Ball, Joan Boles, Phyllis Brooks,
Rose Covert, Marion Curtis, Janet
Dewey, Mary Eger, Betty Ellis and
Harriet Fenske.
Other members include Marge
Flint, Jo Gearing, Helen Girdler,
Marianne Graetzer, Carol Holly,
Laura. Holthe, Mona Jacob and
Rosemary Jones.
Additional members are Mildred
Denecke, Doris Gardner, Irene
Kole, Dorothy Malanick, Joan
McGinty, Sue Montgomery, Vir-
ginia Nicklas, Libby Rensford and
Betty Richards.
Concluding the list are Bea
Richards, Lois Jean Smith, Nancy
Smyth, Marge Sutfin, Mary Caro-
line Wright, and Donna Cady.

Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Utley of De-
troit announce the engagement of
their daughter, Joann Irene to
Stuart Marshall Reed, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Reed of Howell.
Miss Utley is a junior at the
University in the school of Music.
She is affiliated with Mu Phi Ep-
silon, national music sorority. Mr.
Reed is a junior at the University
in the school of engineering.
No definite wedding plans have
been made.
*, * *
Lawrence-Mi lbourn
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Law-
rence of Detroit announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Aud-
rey, to Fred Milbourn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph S. Bilbourn of
Miss Lawrence is a senior in the
Literary College, and is affiliated
with Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Mil-
bourn is a sophomore in the Lit-
erary college and affiliated with
Delta Tau Delta.
The couple have planned an
August wedding.

The engagement of Mary Ann
Wickersham of Detroit has been
announced to Neil Migan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Migan, of De-
Miss Wickersham is a junior in
the literary college and is affiliat-
ed with Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Mi-
gan is a sophomore at the Uni-
versity of Detroit.
No definite wedding plans have
been made.
League Dorm
To Hold Mixer'
The League dormitory Wil
sponsor the first in a series of mid:
er open houses from 7:30 to 14
p.m. today in the Grand Rapids
room of the League.
Cokes may be purchased for re-
freshments. Cards will be provid-
ed for bridge and music for dan-
cing will be furnished by a juke
box. Profits from the cokes and
juke box will be donated to the
Fresh Air Camp Fund.


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w& Cngjagyemen6s

All cancellations of games in the
Interhouse Basketball Tourna-
ment must be reported to Marilyn
Sheldon, 2-4471, by Monday noon
or they will be counted as defaults.
Housing Open
For Summer
Regular women's residence halls
open for the 1948 summer session
will be Stockwell Hall and Univer-
sity House.
Women students expecting to be
here during the summer may also
obtain rooms in league houses,
with or without meals, coopera-
tive houses and a few sorority
Summer room applications may
be filed in the Office of the Dean
of Women throughout this semes-

House follow with 18 and 14
There are 86 women graduate
students living in University grad-
uate' houses and 63 graduate stu-
denti living in the women's dor-
mitory at Willow Village.
Undergraduates living in Uni-
versity governed league houses
number 814.

The JGP publicity committee
will meet at 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the League. All women
interested in working on pub-
licity, may attend the meeting
or call Harriet Fenske at

Monday: 5:10 p.m. Pi Beta Phi
II vs. Alpha Omicron Pi II, Alpha
Omicron Pi III vs. Stockwell I;
7:10 p.m. Jordan IV vs. Betsy Bar-
bour II, Stockwell III vs. Helen
Newberry I.
Tuesday: 5:10 p.m. Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi I vs. Stockwell IV, Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Alpha Phi II;
8:15 p.m. Zone 4 vs. Co-op, Inter-
zone vs. Zone I.
Wednesday: 5:10 p.m. Stockwell
II vs. Sigma Dela Tau I, Kappa
Kappa Gamma III vs. Alpha Chi
Omega I; 7:10 p.m. Zone 2 vs.
Jordan I, 8:15 p.m. Zone 6 vs.
Stockwell XII.
Thursday: 5:10 p.m. Delta Gam-
ma IV vs. Alpha Omicron Pi IV,
Kappa Alpha Theta II vs. Alpha
Phi IV; 7:10 p.m. Zone 5 vs. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma II, Alpha Xi
Delta IV vs. Kappa Delta II; 8:15
p.m. Stockwell XI vs. Pi Beta Phi
I, Alpha Gamma Delta I vs. Gam-
ma Phi Beta II.
Camp Counselors-There will
be an open meeting at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the WAB for all wo-
men interested in joining the
Camp Counselors Club. The pro-
gram will consist of registration
for job placement and square
dancing. Previous experience is
not necessary. The club is open to
all women who are interested in
Ballet-Open meeting from 8
to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the Dance
Room of Barbour Gym. The club
is open to all students, and instruc-
tion will be given.
*, * *.
Archery - An organizational
meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
Wednesday at the WAB. The club
is open to all women students.


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