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11AT1JirEA, tx Tv iRCU2, i19419

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Chairman of Frosh Weekend
Dance, Style Show Is Named
QI f7 lt ;l ."tt(1 JOV('t ;IJV't. A JI irnittu ee, and . 111 ice 1 Ja Sit
halve been) atllted genera!i and ue Sea's are hanidling pub-
2hairmien) of the F'shWeekenid licity.
:,nlees which Wijll het ld Friday , Assisting the co-directors of the
an1d atturday, Aprl t~ ..t Iii :f 'flyerview are Alice Hlouston,
"'hile Caitheine "o ir and Jo Am iii vatha Tompkins, Joan Robinson
n'll wece ir~l~ c-ietid IC Nanrcy- lsolamy*.
i"Whrat anId WIf-het We1 ( . I' '1tere will be two) central corn-
Show,' al fako-olf on1 .t t J~. t t l;('e 101' thle dal Ies((:. TI Ic actiia I
view" which %%ill be hlell d i, liision of chairmn has not been
MayI~ ' lJaone, butt, plans are being nade to
( iaimensh ;lips fr' 1,1e co0rii separate the committee chairm-aen
fees for Frosh lWeekenld were all- into groups under the two general
iounced yesterdaiy by A.semrbly 1rhairmnen.
'nd Panhellenic Ass ociatiorns. Assemrbly and Panhellenlic are
* combining forces to give fresh-
OTHER C OMMVITTEEi) inembeors men ani opportunity to get at'-
include :,ssistat g-enera.l ch air.- qu~aiintedc arid becomre familiar
mienl, ianta Llhid. and1( Mary Mtul-l Withi I ~eai'jie funct ions.
lel., flo~orshowV chairmen 'l'ra
ttld fehl.tehaF~ iri nej ' i, L Ja :I (n I S-yx1

£ThhctLunmbcL Delts ListEligiles'
e ~ii#>'1ir i i ii1il hut1 l 11 ittli Ieir iI l I1' l u iilae!
or ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 10 frsiii i n i A 1IIa K IajaAJyF hrKcimn
I n i I) itaiI l i, "i Jd I. . T :1 wr hi Anntw'11t'n' Off c of II c Uca ii Of11'1Women1
a .I d :hinsT I : 1',,11' I ~,V h . ('ol'.411L bi i. Tar i --10Monday01Marc! 1('I128.111
1 i hu t Ni 1ii aI rJe u' ell. N i Wv .Io n . 11 1; 111Pyekinary Joan 1 1 m rhw
11.i 1,1 011~);. , ,i 1. 11ci, M i \ A. 1Math 1 Si.)'lunik i ll.,is. a ry 1K1
. ,Ili i'tM, Niar2a re A.I I tl's* Pd tH.M 101i1(m~
l' JAL t It e I ol,. . ia p a v 4. i ',t ! akJ J. i x~t omen wI io IIiin
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Parker 51"
ParALLERS
717 North University
Near Hill Auditorium

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DAILY OI1ICmA IABLEI

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I i (2aid uh.elln yee;pat~ronis
rchairmen, Nancy Porter and
lairr iine ade; and tickets eiair-
men, Beverly Myas and Sally Fish.
The list continues with Nancy
Watkins- and Jackie Ihorning in
charg$, of decorations, Tulane
JItkoftf and Margaret Ry )un.
tauk ing care of programrs, ]!miily
BlIair arnd Beverly 'Young are
heading the awards and judges
League To Present
Record Concert
A uw og ram of recorded music
will b hearid at 7 pm. tomorrow
in the 1 'LagueLibrary.
,7clection,, to be heard arc flb
en. &: u~rcnn's "Carnival Suite
for Piano op. 9," Edward Elgar's
"Dream Children"'rand IDi n ditri
.hostakovich's "Synip io ay No. 5
op. 47."
The program continues at 7 p.m.
Sunday with Antomin Dvorak's
"Slavonic Dances," Vincent
ID'Indy's "'Symphony on a French
Mountain Air op. 25," and~ Sergi
RZa(haninoff's "Rh~lapsodly for
iiano and orchestra oip. 43" and
"Variations on a. theme of Paga-
nini ."

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Scholarships
Any junior woman interested in
applying for the Delta Delta Delta 110Y NI'1' S ("AI~t.[--1'i 1La11bd(1
Scholarship may do so at the Of- and Sanm Altman (boy) r'ehearse
f'ice of the Dean of Women. skit f'or' lillelzapoppin' to be gi
This scholarship is given with toriII~Ik.
respect to financial need and ac-
cording to the degree of useful
citizenship the applicant shows«
promise of having. V tre A t o
TIhe applicant must, also hiave.V rey csC
maintained a scholastic average H .AI i'1
exeedcing tile, all campus women's ( Ant1w 1.(VUi itll C}
average by .2. Last year the all
(ampuis average was 2.62 and the a
applicant was required to have a fBeginngii o ui ,l it ratp.m1.111t(ile
2.82 average. This year ain aver- waills of PI t l 111Allditor'ium will
age of 2.85 is necessary. 1 esoundl( with I laug Ihtefr of the
It is stressed that all juniorCapacit'y croW(1 Wwi! nessing Ihis
women, affiliated or independent, I year's preseitation of "Ililielza-
if they are registered in regular poppin.' "
standing are eligible to apply. The show is composed of a
Applications for dormitory program of six skits written, pr'o-
scholarships are still'being. accept- cluced and enacted by various
ect Approximately 25 women have groups of hlillel inembers. The
already applied for the Betsy Bar- dramatizations compete with one
bour, Helen Newberry, A de l ia another' for possession of an hion-
Cheever and Stockwell scholar- or ary cup which is passed on from
ships, the preceding year's winners to
Lii' ii r J)I, . I ~ . rn t n o,).Vl4L,) vloin

a t'i's (eurge tt lv 1
;e oileof' the ii uiib#i'.lfromin thir.
iven. tonigtit I tP! Ieli ll Auii -

I.ti, 1? a 'k 0111 l ub: . ItMn
b riSni l il plk ''t
rlfAD:I '17 I~l tia illt ( I i'Oi NI
0: ) 17.T11. lMt!i. I 1 (11 ch 21, 11:. 5

t3 t1).1 Lyia iMendeissohit llc
Ire. Tilae1s onl Sale Mon., March
28, 2 1p._, ti ealibox office.
'Ieiiiis 11all Pubtlieity C'omm~lit-
tee: :3 P.11.. Mon., Marchli283, Rill
:3-M, Miehii ,ani Unionl.
so(iedltd llislaili('Zt: So i a I
fIHour, .Mon., MVarch 28i, 4-6 p.m,,
lit ernat ioiia ICent er.
+(Iadu Laing Outing (lobt: Meet
Su., March 27, at, 2:15 p.m.,
nurt hiwest cutrlan'e. IR.aek Viami
lld;. ftor first; hike of Itle spring.
jSirdi >1 Ippt' I list ., Rn kchamn (Alec'k -
l'uondc(i'.k b~eor'e lnoonil:a iirctlay.
U. '.11X.Hot ev"u'd Society
f i>.^,Sn il ipro.,ram plresefn l t
by' Mr. Phil DiamondI, Sunl., 8 p3.m..
.Aiciiigan Le~ague Ballroomn.

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~npetc7oJnti(Yht

fast YA
ch

e~~kn!

Tan won Itle cup at t lie contest
last Year'.
COMPEI,,iI1TORS inlt onight'
production in('lude Pi Lambda Phi,
Sigma Delta Tau, Zeta Beta Tau,
Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Epsilon
Phi and the Traumatic Players.

~aninilltin t'f ('Ii a I ihi l:. Iin a-
silted Miss Gabermanm are: find
Frank, tickets anid finance; Ruthj
Frankenstein, stage crew; Marilynj
Kobelpr'ogr'ams: Rosaline ayr
11tv'lring ; Ilis SchulOl i,)pU011iity'
M~airian Freedm-an, nuiak(-uil) ai id
Esther Sklar, mtlsit'.
awrdHie culd)i! to Ha;Xli, wii
laye'rs cotnsists5 of mis., III hi'lM-
Cormick, Prof. Samual JL1ev-
('1(1l, Plof. 'VI eotore Nexx 111)
Pf'o. Garnet RI. (Gnior id I
Prof". WilliamnC.(U Morse.
"1111[LELZAPOCPPI' " had its
beginning during thewar years.
Its purpose then was to raise
funds for war reliefs. Each year
since, its popularity and stuident
par'ticip~ation have conitinued to
growx. Proceeds Irei101 s-w al pin --
dutctions 5of 'Hillclzapoplsinl'''hv
been d(o1nalt'dto Ow11'Unit edtlv, ii)l
ae ftxv icke'ts fti h Ile >showix.,ill
left.. lTihese liekvets, will Jwoni'1isal
aIt the box offitce' efore thle pin-
forinanee.E
1X2XA 71 .ot ceCs f
All ''.ilflts inl 11he woiiiuwit'- s bs-.

" PteblairyeI' l; l jei'ass,. c>
~dy by, the ("tit o ', ; hutSli 1'i.-s; p
10('d by th1e S'e~lIi.~ai'

BeterLate TanNever!
Monday Afternoon and Tuesday

THE PERFECT
SUIT-MATE
I It. COUSINS has tile "pring
I inudl)ag to Imatch ll Egray,
nlavy, :1nd(1Cocoa bi~owll.ItL's a
handy ('laztch purse inl sllootl
s uede leathe r. 5,5..
A NEC ESSAk~Y
ACCESSORY
is a new pair of gloves-and
wily not in nylon? Esp~ecially
fine design andI precise cutl thtt
t~ right with every costumh e.
ItANDALL 'S features them inl
white, black, and navy for only
1.69. Sites 6-71 .

ick Clinic

W/edd ings

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ENDS TODAY.!
SAurdaiy's the la st day. s
Have the Schick Factory
Expert clean, adjust "i«
and lu bricatfe your t '
Schick Electric Shaver-,I 'W
without charge. C M A L
SEY F RI DJEW EL ER'S'
304 South Main

Engagements
N ichols-Bently
Mr'. and Mrs. ll'askill L1. N>ich ols
of Jac'ksorn Vavye aninounceit'e ll Ve
engagemlent of their daughterv,
Mary Elizabet Ii, to Jack Pa rker
Bentiley, 5soil of Mr. and Mi's. II a
IBei 11Icy of Amon Arbor.
Miss N it'hols is a so!phomore11'it,)
Medical Sch ool andl is affiliated
wit-liAlpha Xi I tlki aaid(IAlp!iha
Lambda Delta.
Mr'. Bentley was gr'adulatedl fromt
the it ei'ary collc" c andl is now en-
rolled in the School of Medicine
at W(ayne' University. Ile is a flnil-
her of Alpha 'Tart megat.
Le l vo-Mc Lea n
M 1%i'. 1)iih i\:i . I A. L( ix'o t7i
eiugag I'' lnent ('I l aiivuiS , ,ai t..
anne ' t)olVobeit A. Ji itairc, soti i
the late Mr. 1)0(1 ilr. . 1N"1c-
Lean of lrewistaoii, ~iilia.
Sm~all heart-shaiped car'ts i'e-
vealed Ite engagement 1ata tr'adi-
tional dinner act the Alpha Clii
On'ega IIoitmfe.
Miss Leivo is a junior in thle
literary college and is affiliated
with Alpha Chi Oea Mr. Mc-
Lean attends t~c l(V City College,
Grove City, Pa.
The coulplans a June wed-
ding.

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for
Fraternities and Sororities
Now, S//D COMMERCIAL STOKER NUT
Coll-1pon1ior to theICfomotis S;"D Residential Stoker Nut

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LOVELY
TO LOOK AT
are young legs filmed with
Phoenix Nylons, Proportioned
just for you in small, average,
or tall. Wonderful new shades
at I'111: ELIZABETH DILLON
51101 that. kyle-e-nd. 1.95.
IF THE SHOE FITS
And it. does at MVAST'S SHOE
S11011. Easter musts in attrac-
live pumps11) an(d flats. Beauty
and comnfor't in mild weathfler
sole-mates.

b(' played in ilsl heen i'tcli't1) y.
it ll il11 olday.
'Monday at 5:10) 1.Sini
vs. Alpha Phi 11, Alpha. Xi De~tlt a
vs. Kappal Kapp l. G anlon a : 7 :1,5
pam. -Mark ley I v's. Ctor.'.o1 is11.
rIiaesdiay at( 5:14) p.mi. f'Ktppn.
IKlpp a (1,11"111 1a[Cxvs. \Xtit'l' in -
ax-is T vs. Alpia RFi 1j1). AiiiAa frborI
als x's.=t it l:m I )oltia 'm I; :5
A Mla 'Ni 'I} hlt.1 vs. K'ip:pa
1 C1t~:i iarmna 1 Io St uekxllXIV
tApa li eR 'i 1. i
Cancel lation
WHOlFoundta tioii l,:=s;anH-
nmoun(ced timle cancellation of tlie
baridge tbol Ittnient orig intl ll=
schied uled for Sun day.
The'lieIew (itte lor I u' v etiln
hads been Set lii' r iiti y, 'April

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R[DUCL% I H A TIN COSTS
Free Consuta~tion~ Service by Qualified Representative

POLKA DOTS

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SPECIAL
NOTICE

by Robert Starling
fj/ c A JASSCIA TED
,Go ps! Wrong Switch!"

- rf~ ~inepiaAeaiueka
present
Jean (5Q- iiIon-reach-women-con't-bc-wron ) Gab in
The Most Savage and
Tender Anti-War Film

'pe

te ppinlg; out all over. The
4ARTHA BARRETT S11O1
al~res these in a new line of
"alifornia cottons. Also, see the
ridescent chambray sun-back
nens, and the new, new pr'ints.
NE"W AND FRESH
as the first clay of spring. Your
Easter outf it needs a differ-
ent hair style for that crown-
ing~ touch. MAIE'S BEAUTY
SHOP1' gives natural - looking
permanents in oily or creme
wave solutions that zip lustre
Ahd gloss into winter locks.
ALL THAT
GLITTERS
can be found at EIBLER JEW-
ELRY STORE. A touch of
spar'kle and good taste in pins,
necklaces, and bracelets to sof-
Sten that new outfit.

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Single concert

TICKET SALE
begins
Mon.. Mr. 28.9 A.M.

with
Erich 'Von Stroheim,
Pierre Fresnay
i-tnfrmnmv It is not good to leave

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