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'Hssembly

Reigns

To

Be Presented March 4

U(ddinqi and Cnqa emenl6

Dance Will Be Hell
In Union Ballroom

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COED NOTES

Rain, Clouds and Glittering
Will Add Rainy Atmosphere

Rainbows
to Dance

A rainy Ann Arbor evening
would greatly lend to thenatmo-
sphere Friday, March 4, when
"Assembly Reigns," the 1949 ver-
sion of Assembly Ball, will be pre-
sented,
Over the entrance to the Union
Ballroom, where the dance is to be
held, there will be a blue and
white striped canopy around
which will be hung glittering cell-
ophane rain.
Inside of the ballroom over the
bandstand there will be a large
rainbow with the proverbial "pot
of gold" at the end.
* *
CLOUDS WILL BE hanging
from the ceiling and around the
walls will be hung song titles re-
lating to rain. An abundance of
boots and umbrellas will make the
scene more complete.
The annual coed-bid dance
will be held from 9,p.m. to 1 .m.
Late permission will be granted
to all women attending the af-
fair. The dance is to be semi-
formal and women may wear
corsages.
Senior Society is selling tickets

,Club To Qie
Unique Party
Fo FCulty

for carnation boutonniere which
coeds may purchase for their
dates. The carnations will be dis-
tributed at the dance in exchange
for the tickets.
FRANK TINKER and his or-
chestra will provide the music and
to insure greater dancing pleasure,
tickets will be limited. Each dor-
mitory has a quota.
Women in league houses may
purchase tickets from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. every week day in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Patrons for the dance include
Dean and Mrs. Eric A. Walter,
Dean and Mrs. W. B. Ray and
Mrs. C. H. Peake, Dean Elsie R.
Fuller, and Dean Alice Lloyd.
THE LIST CONTINUES with
Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Ostafin,
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Woodburne,
Prof. and Mrs. W. C. Morse, Prof.
and Mrs. Harmon H. Bloomer,
Prof. R. H. Fifield, Prof. L. H,
Laing, Prof. and Mrs. A. W. Bro-
mage, Prof. and Mrs. C. N. Stau-
bach, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gwin,
and Misses Margaret Morgan and
Ethel McCormick.
Dormitory house mothers are
also invited as guests.
Pat Reed is general chairman
of Assembly Ball this year;; Char-
lotte Eagle is chairman . of pub-
licity working with Ruth Cohen;
Rosalie Sklar and Priscilla Ball
are in charge of tickets and Har-
riet Gale is handling the finances.
Ann Shafer and Marcia Ames are
in charge of decorations, 'Marilyn
Eisenback is handling the pro-
grams and Eleanor Goldnian is
taking care of patrons.
H il lel To Present
Apache Dance
All members of Hillel are invited
to attend the Foundation's Apache
Dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Saturday.
Plans are the evening include
games, dancing and refreshmients.
The Foundation will be decorated
in keeping with the enviironment
usually associated with the dlance's
theme and the evening s'gaiety
will reach a climax when the
prizes for the best costumes are
awarded.
Guests may attend the party
stag or in couples by presenting a
Hillel membership card.

Hostesses for League dance
classes will meet at 5 p.m. today in
the Rehearsal Room of the League.
All women interested are urged to
attend, according to Nancy Mus-
sleman, dance class chairman.
Men may register for the dance
classes from 3 to 5 p.m. today and
tomorrow on the second floor of
the League. Classes will be divid-
ed into beginning, intermediate
and advanced sessions, the ad-
vanced class being open primarily
to those who were enrolled in the
eight week session last semester.
If any other men would like
to enter the advanced class they
are to speak to Miss Mussleman
when they register.
Assembly and Union mixer will
be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday
in the League Ballroom. Cliff Hoff
and his orchestra will provide
music for dancing. Men will be
charged a small admission. Co-
chairmen of the mixer are Eleanor
Goldman and Dick Cossit.
JGP speaking parts will re-
hearse from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
in Room C of the League.

Wiggers-Farrar I Shayor-Davis
The engagement of Maryalys At a family diiner, Mr. id M
Wiggers has been announced by C. L. Shaylor announced the el-
Mrs. Arthur Wiggers of Grand
Rapids to Henry A. Farrar, Jr., gagement of their daughters. Nor-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Far- ma Jean, to Claude G. Davis. son
rar of Dallas. cf Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Davis
Miss Wiggers is a junior in the of Ashtabula, Ohio.
business administration school Miss Shaylor is a senior in the
and is affiliated with Zeta Tau literary college and is affiliated
Alpha. with Zeta Tau Alpha,
Mr. Farrar is a junior in the Mr. Davis is studying electrical)
School of Engineering, engineering at Case Institute of
The couple has set their wed- Technology in Cleveland.
ding date as March 12, after which A September wedding has been
they will live in Huston. planned.j

Exclusively On

COLUMBIA ECORDS
SMASH BROADWAY HIT!
COLE PORTER'S
"K144. JI' le Kate

BROTHERLY LOVE-Elizabeth Sauer, 19, holds
Pittsburgh brothers-one of whom she came fro
marry and the other who since became her fianc
hand is the picture of Ralph Gaber, the boy s
marry; in her left bland is the picture of Karl Ga
fiance. Unable to secure parental consent, she say
to return to Germany.
Wyvern Society To Holda
In Cooperation With Ass

pictures of two 1

m Germany to Costumes committee will meet
ce. In her right at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Suites 1
he intended to and 2 of the League. All members
ber, her present are requested to bring finished
's that she plans costumes with them, according to
the chairman, Laura Nasset. Any
members who have not had their
eligibility cards signed, are re-
quired to bring them to this meet-
IDance ing.

Featuring Original Cast in Following Songs:

Stulberg-Pollick
Mr. and Mrs. Max Stulberg of
Marshall. Mich., have announced
the engagement of'their daughter,
Esther, to Sidney E. Pollick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice W. Pol-
lick of Detroit.
Mis Stulberg received her A.B.
in speech in the Class of '48.
Mr. Pollick was graduated in '48
from the literary college and is
(4ont inning his studies in Le p
School.
The couple is planning an Au-
gust wedding.

ANOTHER OP'NIN
WHY CAN'T YOU BEHAVE

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embly

By BARBARA MOLYNEAUX
The Women's Physical Educa-
tion Club honors their faculty
each year in some original man-
ner and at 1:30 p.m. Sunday they
are holding a banquet in their
honor at the Stage Coach Inn.
The originality lies not only in
the secretly planned entertain-
ment, but also in their method of
distributing invitations. Monday
of last week each faculty member
found a slip of paper in her drawer
which said, "Will you be there?"
Tuesday morning this paper
was replaced with another which
was a little more enlightening. It
read, "It's Sunday, Feb. 27."
WEDNESDAY morning they re-
ceived a third part to the puzzle
which hinted at the theme. "It's
not the 'Barbour Bathtub,' it's the
'Barbour Shop'."
Thursday morning the invita-
tion was completed in detail.
Each faculty member received
a complete invitation written
out on a miniature barbour pole
with complete particulars about
the banquet.
The faculty was not to be out-
shined in cleveness by their stu-
dents. None of them showed signs
of having received any sort of in-
vitation until Tuesday of this week
when there appeared on the bulle-
tin board of Barbour Gym, a large
reel and white Barbour pole made
out of crepe paper.
WRITTEN ON the pole were lit-
tle phrases such as, "I'd like a
pedicure" and "I would like one
of your finger-waves." Faculty
names appeared at the bottom as
a sign of acceptance.
Jeri Mulson is in charge of
the banquet; Marion Stager
takes credit for the. invitations;
Betsy Bausfehl took care of
reservations and Adrian Ewert
is handling the program.
Sue Rose, Vivian Frasier, Pat
Scott and Ginger Seeput are busily
planning entertainment that will
equal or surpass the originality of
the invitations, but will not dis-
close even a hint about their prog-
ress.
A REPRESENTATIVE of each
class in the club is in charge of fi-
nances; they are Ruth Barton,
senior; Diana Guerin, junior;
Mary Louise Hook, sophomore;
and Marilyn Heiman, freshman.
SRA Meeting
The Student Religious Asso-
ciation electorate will review
the activities of last semester
and pass on new policy plans
at 7 p.m. today at Lane Hall.
The electorate is made up of
officers and committee men
from the various guilds.
GREtGG COLFmF

Crowded conditions at Assembly'
Ball will be well remedied by the
"Overflow Dance" to be given
from 9 to 12 p.m. Friday, March 4
in the League Ballroom.
Sponsored by Wyvern, junior
women's honorary society, the
dance is planned to be an informal
affair cooperating with Assembly
to take care of those unable to at-
tend the annual dance given by
tht association.
An unusual feature for Michi-
gan dances will be added to "Over-
flow" as stags as well as couples
will be welcome to attend.
Refreshments and "sit-out"'
amusement will be provided
when bridge tables are set up
and cokes made available for
tired or bored people seeking
diversion from just plain danc-
ing.
Something new in the musical
issue for a dance will be provided

by a wire recorder, music tran-
scribed off the radio.
Proceeds of the affair will be
given over to a Wyvern benefit
fund through which members
hope to contribute to group or
individual benefits.
Tickets, priced at .90 per couple
and .50 per stag will be sold at the
door only.
Boots Kallman as the project
chairman of Wyvern will head
the committee of Wyvern mem-
hers for the dance.
Other committee members in-
clude Sidney Stock, Ruth Camp-
bell and Jo Bell.

It was revealed in The Daily 20
years ago today that the "school-
marm" was the most sought after
position among University coeds.
Over 563 women were registered in
the School of Education.
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I HATE MEN
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AND OTHERS

TOO DARN HOT
WHERE IS THE LIFE
ALWAYS TRUE TO YOU
BIANCA
I AM ASHAMED

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The Fencing Club will hold
meeting at 5 p.m. today in th
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