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TURJSDAY, 1NOVEMBER I11948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE IY

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Panhellenic Ball Ticket Sales
Continue in 'U' Hall, League

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Tickets for "Mood Indigo," the
1948 presentation of Panhellenic
Ball, which will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday at the IM
Building, may be purchased until
Friday on the Diag, and at Uni-
versity Hall and the League.
Late permission will be granted
to all women who attend this all-
campus dance which is no longer
only coed-bid.
* *.*
SOPHISTICATION in music
and decoration will keynote "Mood
Indigo." Will Osborne, talented,
youthful, orchestra leader and
vocalist will supply music famed
for its smooth danceability.
Osborne has never cared for
loud, blatant swing, he has, in-

stead, emphasized rhythmic mu-
sic which he plays with con-
trolled volume and good tempo.
His tremendous repertoire of
both sweet and swing has helped
him attain success as a popular
dance orchestra.
Decorations for the dance will
center on a blue and silver color
scheme. Huge silhouettes con-
nected with the "Mood Indigo"
theme, at both ends of the ball-
room, will contribute to a trans-
formation of the IM ballroom.
Refreshments for the dancers
will be available at the IM build-
ing. In line with campus tradi-
tion, only central committee mem-
bers are to wear corsages.

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Bowery Bill' Acquires Novel
Residence Via Public Officials

"Bowery Bill" has done it again;
as a result of Tuesday's escapade
on the library steps, he and his
three colleagues found themselves
being transported to the proverbial
city jail.
Three "men in blue" booked
Bill and his cohorts for disturbing
the peace on campus. It seems
that their rowdy escapades were
not appreciated by the more se-
date. However, Bill has high hopes
of being released for the Bowery
Ball Friday night.
Bill explains that things are
getting a little out of hand when
a 'ew peace-loving fellows can't

express several red-blooded-Amer-
ican hopes and desires without
such drastic repressive measures
being taken.
However, with due considera-
tion of his newly acquired abode,
Bill feels certain that he will be
present to greet you all at the ball.
(It's not what you know; it's who
you know!)
He does make one last request
-bequeathed to all those sup-
posedly doomed - and that is
that you send any extra saws you
may have in your possession to
cell number four, city jail.

FINDS HAVEN-Peanut, squirrel rescued from a cat, sits on back
of a friend, Bullet, with Patricia Wolfram of Buffalo, N.Y. She
bought the squirrel from its rescuer for a quarter.

Folk Dancing
Club To Meet
Today at WAB
In response to student demand
a new Coed WAA Square and
Folk Dancing Club has been or-
ganized, which will meet from 7
to 8:30 p.m. today in the WAB
large lounge.
Under the leadership of Justine
Bessman, one of the organizers of
the present Detroit Square Danc-
ing Club, this latest recreational
club will be open to both men and
women and will meet weekly. New
members, with no experience nec-
essary may join today.
* * *
MEMBERS WILL learn and par-
ticipate in all the gayer, though
sometimes strenuous forms of folk
dance, possibly begining with
some of the familiar American
country dances and progressing to
the interesting group dances of
other countries.
In line with this plan, Miss
Bessman will have foreign stu-
dents instruct native folk dances.
Manager Bessman urges partici-
pation by foreign students to
carry out her proposed "ex-
change" folk dance plan.
After initial organization this
club may serve as a nucleus for
tentative weekly square dances to
be held in the WAB for all-cam-
pus.
Experienced square dancers
will be welcomed according
to Miss Bessman. They will be
needed to assist the more inex-
perienced sets to "get the hang of
it," as the old timers say.
First semester freshmen may
join the organization.
WAA Notices
Fencing Club - Organizational
meeting will take place at 5 p.m.
today in the W.A.B. for those with
eight weeks of fencing or the
equivalent.
Square Dancing-A meeting will
be held from 7 to 8:30 today in
the W.A.B. Lounge.
Table Tennis Club-The organ-
izational meeting will be held at
5 p.m. today in the W.A.B.

Armstrong-Marvin
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Huebsch
of Dubuque, Iowa, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Geraldine Armstrong, to William
Marvin, son of Mrs. Charles H.
Marvin of Detroit.
Miss Armstrong has her R.N.
degree and is working in Univer-
sity Hospital. Mr. Marvin is a
senior in the School of Engineer-
ing and is a member of Sigma Phi
Epsilon fraternity.
A winter wedding is planned.
* * *
Enright-Ganley
Mr. and Mrs. William J. En-
right of Dearborn have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Pauline, to Eugene B. Ganley, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Ganley
of Philadelphia.
The announcement was made at
an afternoon tea in Dearborn on
July 17.

Mr. Ganley is a senior in the
business administration school at
the University.
The wedding will take place on
Jan. 29 in the Sacred Heart
Church in Dearborn.
Gnau-Coul ter
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Gasow of
Birmingham, Mich., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
League Notes
Meeting of Scroll scheduled
for today has been canceled.
Members are requested to watch
The Daily for further an-
nouncement.:
There will be a meeting of
the publicity committee of Soph
Cabaret from 3 to 5 p.m. today
in the League.

teddinig and Cnga ermenhi
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daughter, Linda Gnau, to James
Dunlap Coulter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clark C. Coulter, also of Bir-
mingham.
The announcement was made at
a familiy luncheon in Ann Arbor
on Oct. 19.
Miss Gnau is a junior in the
literary college and Mr. Coulter
is a junior in business administra-
tion school.
Knopper-Winkelman
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Knop-
per of Detroit announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Eli-
nor, on Oct. 17, to Sheridan I.
Winkelman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Winkelman of Cleveland.
Miss Knopper is a sophomore in
the University and Mr. Winkel-
man is a senior. He is a member
of Sigma Alpha Mu.
The wedding is planned for the
spring.

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By MIRIAM CADY
Recognition for scholastic
achievement on this campus is not
limited to junior and senior stu-
dents holding the various honor
society keys, but is also extended
to freshmen women through Alpha
Lambda Delta.
This exclusively freshman honor
society is open to all women who
obtain a scholastic average of half
A and half B in their freshman
year. Although members may re-
ceive other forms of recognition
in later college years from the
society, initiates are freshmen
only.
* *
FOUNDED IN 1924 at Illinois,
the national Alpha Lambda Delta
now includes 52 chapters, with
others pending entrance. The
Michigan chapter of the honor so-
ciety was established in 1928.
The purposes of organization
were to promote a high standard
of learning, to encourage high

scholastic attainment and to
develop leadership.
Initiations into Michigan's chap-
ter are held annually. Beyond the
freshman year, senior women who
have retained the Alpha Lambda
Delta initiation average through-
out their entire program are
awarded special certificates of
achievement.
* * *
OTHER FORMS of recognition
within the club include a book
given to the senior member with
the highest average, and a $750
fellowship to a graduate each year
on the basis of need, academic
standing and citizenship.
Membership within the club
at the present time, counting
only last term's freshmen in-
fitiates, includes 54 women. Mrs.
1Mary Bromage is advisor to the
group.
The present officers are Jeanne
Lange, president; Nancy Coleman,
vice-president; Lita Hagen, secre-
tary; and Joan Meyers, treasurer.

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Friday Night,
Nov. 12

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