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20 1 46 TIEM IRlIIGAN }AMLY

Pi

fssembly Reigns

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Be Held Friday

Remaining
Will Be Sold'

Tickets for Annual Formal
Today in Undergraduate Office

Some lucky couple attending As-
sembly Ball this year will find the
"pot of gold at the end of the rain-
bow" more than a proverb.
"Assembly Reigns," this year's
presentation of the annual Assem-
bly Ball, sponsored by Assembly
Union To Hold
Wishing Well
Ball Saturday
Every man will be able to cinch
his luck with that girl at the
Union's Wishing Well Ball to be
presented from 9 to 12 p.m. Satur-
day, March 12 in the Union Ball-
room.
All those believers not yet re-
signed to the dull world of logic,
science, and cold calculation can
flip a coin into the Union Wish-
ing Well and keep faith.
WISHING WELL located in the
south alcove of the ballroom, has
been in use since Blue Book ball,
and the sheckles deposited by the
luck wishers will be transformed
into unique door prizes during
dance intermission.
According to Bill Race, dance
chairman or big advisor on racy
proceedings, spring may be yet
to come out of hiding but that
"ol atmosphere will get a sneak
preview with the ballroom
adorned in full spring regalia."
For the dancers who care to wet
their appetite, cotes will be served
in the Terrace Room, while heavier
reinforcements will be available in
the downstairs cafeteria until 11
p.m.
Students Invited
To Ruthven Tea
Special guests at today's Ruth-
ven Tea, being held from 4 to 6
p.m. today at the President's
home on South University, will
ke all men students attending the
University for the first time this
semester.
Other guests will be Delta Delta
Delta, Mrs. Field's League House
and Chi Psi. However, all stu-
dents are eligible to attend and
are welcome.
Any women who are interested
in hostessing at the Ruthven teas,
are asked to come to the tea and
contact Bobby Jo Ream.
WAA Notices
Bowling Club-The Wednesday
group of the club'will meet from
3:30 until 5:30 p.m. today in the
bowling 'alleys of WAB. Members
are requested to bring $3.50 for
dues and to wear bowling or tennis
6hoes.
**
Modern Dance Club-Those in-
terested in participating in the
spring program will meet at 7:15
p.m. today in Barbour Dance Stu-
dio.
Folk and Square Dancing Club
-There will be no meeting today,
but members will meet all other
Wednesdays in the term.
JGP NOTES
Central committee will meet
from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the C
Room of the League.

Association, will be held from 91
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the UnionE
Ballroom.
A LARGE RAINBOW over the
bandstand and a "pot of gold" at
the end will be in keeping with the
rain theme.
During the evening there will
be a drawing of ticket stubs and
some lucky couple will receive
prizes from the "pot of gold."
It is rumored that the prizes
will also be related to the rain
theme.
There are still a few remaining
tickets for the ball, which will be

Soph Cabaret
Petitions Due
ByMarch I11
Financial and clerical worries of
the 1950 Sophomore Cabaret will
belong in the departments of in-
terested women who hand in eti-
tiens on March 11 for reaurer
and secretary.
No special talent.s are needed
for these posts, although it. is pre-
ferred that the secretary be able
to type and make stencils. How-
ever, these posts should be of in-!
terest to women planning to go
into business administration.
AS SECRETARY of Sophomorej
Cabaret, the selected coed will be1
responsible for taking minutes,
distributing copies to the other
central committee members, hav-
ing a schedule of meetings and$
other connected events, announc-
ing meetings to publications,
checking eligibility and handling
correspondence.
Interviewees for the position
should mention their method of
checking eligibility cards and
should also submit a theme if
possible, according to Mary
Carolyn Wright, chairman of
the interviewing committee.
The assistant secretary will be1
responsible for inviting the pa-
trons as well as assisting the sec-
retary.
BUDGETS, BALANCES and col-
lecting class dues belong in the
realm of the treasurer. A sugges-
tion for the method of collecting
dues would be useful to the inter-
viewing committee in selecting
the suitable person for this job
as well as that of the assistant
treasurer. "
All prospective members of the'
Soph Cabaret central committee
can present ideas for the organi-
zation of their commititees as well
as their specific duties.

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Brilliant Colors Stressed for Everyday Use

BRIGHT OUTLOOK:

By MA11.J CitilMIIY" lure, simplifying the selection
WomOen hi are iii , )ithiek of of colors and patterns for home
making plans f0r thai new home decoration.
or iparnint "ould do we"l to, If one finds a carpet in blue they
make their key word "color." basis for their decorating, blues
No mat ter where we go or what
we do. color su-rounds us, and of the same hue can be assembled.
1lashes before in hues from light to dark, without
that are dull or gay, soft or bril- searching from here to there with
liam. It has (it ered i<to eve- hopeless results.
da, llaili ll x u n ,, vitu rg t.
fashion. REMEMBER that the colors in
a house express individual tastes.
IH TTEN'T'N has been One may have a natural talent for
iI('ATE iNhabenputting taua"tt,. otethem together attractively,
given by manufacturers to the with regard for varying hues, bal-
blending, matching and assem- ance and proportion,
bling of color ideas for homes. Hee r,"if o xrt adi.e.i
Hundreds of stylist. colorists and However, if expert advice is
designers are working closely to- wanted, a trip to a favorite
gether to see that planners have furnishing store to browse
the advantage of a wide selection through olorkchartssn ol
of paints, wallpapers. floor cov-
erings and decorating fabrics that on color or home magazines,
be combined ith joyful re- will help. Many aids are on tap
s~ls for those who' will take the time.
Colors blend well when they
In the stores, there are en- have equal or near equal color
sembled groupings of home fur- value. Pearl gray, for instance,
nishings. Paints are offered in has the lightness of baby pink.
ways that free one from play- Forest green has the deep color
ing a guessing game with the value of chocolate brown and these
house painter. Every day some- two colors are not sharp in con-
thing new steps into the pic- trast.

CONTRASTED hla 'moni es bring
together strikinglyv different colors.
such as apple red and spring leaf
green or navy blue and sun yeI-
low.
Another hint for young
brides-to-be to put in mental
check Is that when color schemes
are being planned, one does well
to start with a large surface.
Floor coverings usually take the
lead in setting the color theme.
The other large area is the wvall
space. Deciding on the color or
colors of one's carpet and using
a blending or contrasting color for
the walls should pretty well set
the color scheme.
CHECKING th effects of vari-
ous colors will usually aid in.
planning your theme.tA small
room seems larger with rest f ul
cool colors, such as soft blue. soft
greens, grays, beiges, with carpet-
ing that covers the floor, or a
rug that almost covers it.
Make your own choices, but try
to bring sparkle, charm and good
old comfort into that very first
home.

There will be a meeting of
the central committee of As-
sembly Ball at 4 p.m. today in
the League.
All women who signed up to
help with the decorations for
the dance are to meet at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union Ball-
room.

WAITING FOR THE POSTMAN-Mrs. Beatrice Kendall, 21-year-
old French-Hungarian war bride, sits hopefully by the mailbox
as she waits for funds with which to rejoin her husband and baby

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sold from 3 to 5:30 p.m. today in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
REPRESENTATIVES of Senior
Society are selling tickets for car-
nations for coeds to buy for their
dates. The tickets are to be ex-I
changed for the boutonnieres at
the dance. Coeds may wear cor-
sages.
Women attending the dance will
receive 1:30 a.m. permission.
Coed Ushers
MeetToday
Coeds interested in ushering at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre or
doing short time volunteer work
should attend a mass meeting at
-5 p.m. today in the Henderson
Rm. of the League.
Women may sign up at the
meeting to act as hostesses for
open house at the Union.
Coeds, who usher at the Lydia
Mendelssohn movies, report at
7:50 p.m. and are through at 8:30
p.m. After finishing they , may
leave or attend the movie.
There will be a list posted in the
undergraduate office of the League
for women to sign who are unable
to attend the meeting.
According to Mary Davidson,
chairman of the Personnel Com-
mittee of the League, coeds, may,
if they wish, select the movies at
which they want to usher.

Camp Counselor's Club Invites
Coeds To Attend First Meeting

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The Camp Counselors' Club,
headed by Carol Tuer, cordially
invites all women who have been
counselors or who are interested
in becoming acquainted with
camping activities, to attend their
reorganizational meeting to be
held at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Corrective Room of Barbour Gym.
The principle topic of discussion
will be a consideration of outings
and hikes that the club will have
this spring and members are re-
quested to bring their favorite
recipes and menus that would be
suitable for such trips.
* * *
THE CLUB will also consider
facilities for transportation of
members and equipment on such
occasions.
The group keeps in close con-

tact with, the Bureau of Ap-
pointments so that they can as-
sist its, members in getting jobs
in summer camps all over the
country.
There will be one meeting set
aside to discuss actual relations
between the counselor and her
campers and also with the direc-
tor.
AS A CLIMAX to the '48, '49
season, the club is tentatively
planning a weekend at the Fresh
Air Camp with the Outing Club.
The club will be planning many
hikes, cook-outs hand other outings
that will both help train a girl
for camping experience and also
be healthful and enjoyable to the
members of the club.

TOMORROW - 8:30 P.M.
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"FRANCE -- STRUGGLE FOR

CIVILIZATION"

Record PartyI
An easy way for a house or
dormitory to build up ts record
collection is a party where the ad-
mission fee for each couple is a
record. Decorations and entertain-;
ment may be based on a disc
jockey theme.

Tickets $1.50, $1,20, 90c (tax incl.)
Box Office Open Today - 10 A.M.

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Speaking parts will
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9 p.m. in the Cave.,

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Chorus members will rehearse
as follows today.
4 to 5 p.m. Group IV in the Gar-
den Room
5 to 6 p.m. Group III in the Gar-
den Room
5 to 6 p.m. Specialty III in the
Cave
Backstage crew will meet from
4 to 6 p.m. today in the AB Room.
Properties committee will meet
from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Hussy
Room.
MEALS SERVED
by the week
BREAKFAST . . .7-8:30 A.M.

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Call BILL BARISH

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between 1 :00 P.M. and Midnight
Lowest Price and Finest Quality
Please place orders before Friday.

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