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TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

On tho1ude 1
By MARJE SCHMIDT
One could almost say that this weekend will be one of the most
"formal" in the history of Ann Arbor; it seems that three out of four
houses will be holding their annual spring dances.
The men of Lloyd House have planned their traditional "Candle-
dine" for tomorrow evening. It is a semi-formal dinner-dance which
has been held every spring since 1946. This year the event will be held
at the Komo Katering Klub, beginning with a fried chicken banquet at
7 p.m Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. to the music of Bill Henline's or-
chestra.
During intermission the traditional announcing of engagements of
present and former Lloyd men will be made. A yellow and blue theme
will be used for table decorations, and, as might be expected, the group
will dine by candle light.
ACACIA'S SPRING formal will take place tomorrow evening in
the midst of a "Magnolia Mood". Their porch will be., transformed into
one of the Southern colonial era. Within, a simulated magnolia tree
will hold a place of honor, and should feel much at home in the pres-
ence of a large confederate flag.
An elegant dinner of Virginia baked ham and candied yams at
the Stage .Coach Inn will precede the dance. Charlie Rivers' or-
chestra will provide music for dancing. Favors for the women will
take the form of miniature evening bags and white and tea rose
corsages.
The Delta Gammas will hold their pledge formal tonight with the
Up-Town Five doing the musical honors. Meanwhile, the Pi Phis will
also be honoring their pledges at a formal dinner-dance. Here, danc-
ing will be to the music of Johnny Harbred. 1
* * * *
MEMBERS OF Theta Xi and their dates will do their dancing in-
doors and without in a spring atmosphere. Entering through a trellis
intertwined with artificial flowers, couples will find the living room
transformed into a spring arbor of magnolia trees. In the library, a
flower-bedecked pool will be a restful drawing card for those who
weary of dancing, which will be under the baton of Hugh Jackson.
Delta Chi's "White Carnation Ball" will be held at the chapter
house from 9 p.m. until midnight tomorrow. Heaven help the gal
who's allergic to the beautiful little flower, for the house will be
overflowing with them.
The AO Pi's pledge formal will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow in .the Hussey Room of the League. The girls have selected
Ken Norman's orchestra to play for dancing.
THE SAMMIES are planning a party with a new slant tomorrow
evening. They call it their "Childhood Sweetheart Party". The men
will find themselves back in short pants again, while the girls will have
a chance to drag out some of their ancient cottons.
The "kiddies" will be well supplied with all day suckers while
engaged in creative play in sand boxes and on blackboards. Prizes
will be given for such long-forgotten games as "Pass the Orange
Under the Neck" and "Musical Chairs".
The Phi Delts are also traveling a bit from the beaten path with
their annual "Hobo Hobble" tomorrow night. Naturally, hobo
clothes will be in order. The chapter house will become an old Missis-
sippi river boat complete with boiler room, captain's cabin and the
like.
ROMANCE FROM the days of the Arabian's-of-yore will perme-
ate the Sig Ep's abode tomorrow evening. A canopy will shelter the
entrance, while within, red and gold cushions and draperies will pro-
nounce the Arabic. Prizes will be awarded for costumes that best suit
the mood of the evening.
Alpha Gamma Delta's pirate party tomorrow night should
hold much fun in store. Guests must walk the plank to enter the
remains of their shipwrecked domain. Each room will take on the
appearance of the various ship's quarters. Last Wednesday the
girls entrusted several "pirate" pledges with parchment-scroll in-
vitations to be delivered to the men guests.
At 2 p.m. tomorrow the Delts and their favorite "baseball players"
will head for the Arboretum for a day of fun. They've planned a steak
roast for their evening meal. Campfire singing will follow.
* * * *
RU1IMSEY AND ADAMS Houses will be guests at the Circle 7
Ranch tomorrow evening. Hay riding trucks will pick up the clan at
7:30 p.m. Square dancers will be in their glory after reaching the
ranch which also affords many outdoor pleasures.
And still we have more formals, as the Chi O's honor their
pledges with dinner at the Union and dancing at the chapter
house to the music of Dick Peters.
Ed Klum and his orchestra will play at the Sigma Nu annual
spring pledge formal. Preceding the dance there will be dinner at the
house for the pledges and their dates.

The Alpha Sigma Phi's "Sweetheart Formal" vill take place from
9 p.m. until midnight at the League. Doug Lent's orchestra will be on
hand to provide music. Gardenia and carnation corsages are to be pre-
sented to the women.
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Coeds Apply
For Summer,
Fall Housing
Women's dormitory applications
for the fall semester were filled as
of April 1.
Since April 11, the Office of the
Dean of Women has been referring
those who preferred league houses
to such accommodations. There
are 28 undergraduate lea gue
houses, 7 of which serve meals and
2 others that offer kitchen facili-
ties. The graduate league houses
number 19.
All sororities who cannot ac-
commodate their members have
completed plans for annexes
through the Office of the Dean of
Women. In some cases two so-
rorities are sharing one league
house, and in several others a
house is being shared by both af-
filiated and independent women.
ANY WOMAN who is interested
in living in Lester, Osterweil, or
Stevens Inter-Cooperative Houses
may contact the chairman of the
Inter-Cooperative Council, who is
living at Stevens House. Applica-
tions are still being taken.
Language houses are also re-
ceiving applications for the
summer semester. There will be
housing for those desiring to
speak Spanish, French and
German. Anyone who is inter-
ested should contact the Office
of the Dean of Women immedi-
ately.

Revue To Feature Talent Medley

-Daily-Bill Ohlinger
RUMMAGE SALE-Panhellenic members prepare articles for to-
morrow's big sale. Pictured above are Delores Janusch, Sally
Edwards and Jeanne Blinn, general chairman of the rummage
sale committee, sorting and tagging clothes.
* * * *
Panhellen ic Coeds To Stage
Rummage Sale Tomorrow

The fourteen performers in the
Gulantics Revue to be held at 7:30
p.m. Sunday in Hill Auditorium
reveal previous experience rang-
ing from shower solos to perform-
ance on national hookups.
Under the sponsorship of the
Union, Men's Glee Club and the
League, fourteen student acts,
chosen by competitive tryouts, will
try to convince the audience and
the audiometer that they deserve
the $175 worth of prizes which will
be awarded.
Those "Barbarous Four", Jean
Heidgen, Ruth Spore, Dona
Schneider and Phyllis Collins
started their quartet career this
year singing at their house rush-
ing parties. They will don their
best mustaches for their gay nine-
ties rendition of "My Mustache".
"THERE HAS to be a musician
in the show," says Bob Perrin,
staging chairmen of the event,
and Al Goldman adequately fills
the Gulantics review spot. Al's ex-
perience includes recent shows at
the Union and three year's of pro-
fessional appearances in Detroit.
Sam Dudley, who will do an
"East Side, West Side" with a
twenty foot extension ladder is
one of those talented USO boys,
while Conwell Carrington lists
his experience as limited to the
shower, but according to the
committee he is the finest, deep-
est baritone on campus.
Patty Joy who will charm Gu-
Softball.Club
The club will meet at 4 p.m.
today in WAB regardless of the
weather.
Fordham University
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NEW YORK
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
Co-Educational
Member of Assn. of Amer. Law Schools
Matriculants must be college graduates
and present full transcript
of college record.
CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. 26th, 1949
For further information address
Registrar, Fordham University
SCHOOL OF LAW
302 Broadway, New York 7, N.Y.

lantics audience with her piano
monologue has a wealth of expe-
rience. She was a soloist with the
Indianapolis Symphony Orches-
tra and winner of several national
music contests.
* * *
DORIS KAYS, music school stu-
dent, who will sing semi-classical
numbers, has been soloist with

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the Women' Glee Club, church
choir, Gilbert and Sullivan and
Music School Opera's.
Corn had to be added, just for
variety agree the chairmen, Jackie
Reid, Philip Morris and Perrin,
and the Golden Bantam Boys will
provide it. Jim Reiss. Mike Craver
and Harry Burr will sing and
clown in Carson style, they say.

Looking for a distinctive lamp
to "brighten that corner where you
are?"
Panhellenic Association may
have just the thing that is needed
at the Rummage Sale which is
being held from 9 to 5 p.m. tomor-
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row in the Armory Cliub at 2 vi
Linguistic directors for these East Ann.
houses will be appointed in May. Everything from a spring
As was the custom last summer, chapeau for the Missus to a gar-
men who are interested in the lan- dening jacket for the suburban
guages will be invited to take their dilettante in farming will be sold.
meals at the various women's lan- Children's clothing, jewelry, and
guage houses. other miscellaneous articles will
Record collections, books and have their share in the stock.
pictures of the various countries Many pieces of furniture will
will be introduced into each house; tempt the Yankee bargaining
in this way students will acquire a spirit of numerous Ann Arbor
better knowledge of the different housewives. Anything found in a
cultures, according to Associate last minute raid on the attic dur-
Dean Mary C. Bromage. ing spring cleaning may be turned
Kappas To Hold Province Meet

in at the Undergraduate Office of
the League.
Proceeds from the sale will be
donated to the University Fresh
Air Camp. Panhellenic's special
project is the beach house which
will help fit the camp for the use
of campers and students.
General chairman of the saleis
Jeanne Blinn. Other coeds on the
central committee are Joyce Brist-
man, finance; Maxine Smith sales
and set-up; Sally Edwards, sort-
ing and tagging, and Marilyn
Matthews, publicity.
The team's coming!"
Learn how you can "Win your
wings"-and an important
$4000-a-year assignment!
VET'S
WATCH REPAIR
Campus wheels, Big wheels
and little wheels must:
Roll, Operate, Get around.
Blue Front--Packard and State
West Lodge PX-Willow Lodge

"I tell you we wouldn't have to do this to get
service if we were at the Granada Cafe!"

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Ann Arbor Alumnae Associa-
tion and the Michigan Undergrad-
uate Chapter of Kappa Kappa
Gamma willtbe hosts to the con-
vention of the Delta Province of
Kappa Kappa Gamma-which is to
be held on campus this weekend.
This convention is a bi-annual
affair, being held for the 11th time
this year.
Delegates will be present from
Alumnae Associations, clubs, and
undergraduate active chapters
from the Delta Province which in-
cludes Michigan and Indiana.
* * *
THE CONVENTION will open
Friday morning with a welcoming
address by Mrs. James A. Johnson,
President of the Ann Arbor Alum-
nae Association.
. There will be a banquet Fri-
day evening at the Union at
which Mrs. George Tearse Jr. of
West Hartford, Conn., Director
of Membership for the National
Council of Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, will be the guest speaker.
Most of the convention will be
given over to round table and
panel discussions as well as busi-
ness meetings.
.* * *
THE CONVENTION will offi-
cially close with a tea on Saturday
afternoon at the Kappa house.
Hostesses will be the active mem-
bers of the Michigan chapter. The
tea will honor the newly elected
province officers.
Correction
Only patrons will receive flowers
at Blackfoot Ball, not all women
attending the dance as stated yes-
terday in The Daily.

Mrs. Frank Zimmerman of De-
troit, a Michigan alumna and
president of the province, will pre-
side over the convention. Miss Rae
Keller, a Michigan alumna of Ann
Arbor is marshall of the conven-
tion and is being assisted by Miss
Barbara Walker, an undergradu-
ate here.

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