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______.,.,_____THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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By PAT BROWNSON
Despite the lurking shadow of swiftly approaching finals, a num-
ber of houses on campus are planning lavish spring formals this wek-
It's lilac time on Hermitage Rd. and the Phi Sigma Delta's wilt
{alute the "fairest of seasons" with their traditional spring formal to.
uuy. A weeaena of festivities will be launched with a dinner at the
Allenel Hotel followed by dancing at the house amid trellises covered
with Purple and white lilacs.
The theme will center around the old drinking song "Around Her
Leg She Wore a Purple Garter" and purple garters will figure promi-
nently in the decorations. Cliff Hoff and his orchestra will do the mu-
sical honors, while co-chairmen Bob Perrin and Marty Kohlenberg
promise some top-notch entertainment featuring talent from the
Gulantics Review.
An outing at Fritz Park tomorrow afternoon and an informal
dance to be presented by the pledges tomorrow night will complete
the biggest weekend of the semester for Phi Sigma Delta.
'IF WE DON'T FLY in some palms from Hawaii we may have to
borrow some fir trees from the Arb" was the comment of Fred Zim-
merman, Delta Tau Delta social chairman, while describing the deco-
ations for the house's annual spring formal tomorrow.
Straight from Hawaii will come a number of leis, commonly re-
ferred to by those who never knew what they were called as "those
wreath-like things you put around your neck."
In keeping with the Hawaiian theme of the dance, the living room
will be transformed into a tropical island with an LST landing in the
sand. It was also hinted that a few battle helmets and rifles may be
tossed around. Ken Norman and his band will provide the music.
CHI PHI'S WILL mark their 125th anniversary at their spring
formal tomorrow night. After a dinner at 7:30 p.m. at the Komo Kat-
ering Klub, dancing to the rhythm of Bart Rogers will be the order of
the evening.
FOLLOWING THEIR ENTRY into the house through a decom-
pression chamber, Zeta Psi party-goers will find themselves confront-
ing King Neptune's throne.
At the bottom of the sea (the living room, that is), those attend-
ing the Zeta Psi annual spring formal will dance to the music of
Dick Peters band under pilings of large logs suspended from the ceil-
ing. A rowboat with a fishing pole extending downward will also be
visible to those who turn their eyes toward the sky. Refreshmentsl
will be served downstairs inside a wrecked ship.
* * * *
THE SECTION OF STATE ST. across from Angell Hall will be the
scene of much activity tomorrow night, when Helen Newberry and
Betsy Barbour residences hold their spring formals.
"Through the Looking Glass", taken from Lewis Carroll's memo-k
rable book, will be the theme of Newberry's formal tomorrow. The door
of the living room will resemble a big picture frame. On the wall will
be gigantic figures of famous Alice in Wonderland characters. Charlesc
Meyers will be the music maestro for the evening.s
Guests must pass through the hallway transformed into a large
rabbit hole in order to enter the dining room, where they have all
been invited to attend the "Mad Tea Party."C
A pathway of Chinese lanterns will lead to Betsy Barbour Resi-
dence where their formal "Spring Frolic" will be going on at the same
time.
Del Elliot's orchestra will occupy the bandstand which is to be
surrounded by a white picket fence graced with large paper flowers.
Large spring flowers and cut-outs of women in formals and large
picture hats will decorate the walls.
Also on Barbour's social calendar is an open house from 3 to 5
p.m. Sunday.

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"Meet the Authors," Margaret
Bradfield, Jean and John George,
Manian W. Magoon. speakers. tJni-
vesty High School Auditorium
rot U. Elementary School as pre-
viously announced at 1:30.
Coming Events
Economic Club: Dr. Abram
3ergson, Associate Professor of
Economics in the Russian Insti-
tute and Faculty of Political Sci-
ence of Columbia University, will
speak on "National Income and
the Structure of the Soviet Econ-
omy," Mon., May 16, 7:45 p.m,
Rackham Amphitheatre. The pub-
lic is invited."

Graduate Outing Club: Meet
Sun., May 15, 2:30 p.m., northwest
entrance, Rackham Building, for
hiking and swimmingr. sign s;urpr
list at Rackham checkroom desk
before noon Saturday. All grad-
uates welcome.
Inter-Guild: Council meeting,
Lane Hall, Sun., May 15, 8 p.m.
A.S.M.E.: Picnic, Sat.. May 14.
Group will meet at 2 p.m. in front
of E. Engineering Building. -Mem-
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Association Coffee Hour, 4:30
p.m., Lane Hall.
Westminster Guild, First Pres -
byterian Church: "'Sc avenger
Hunt" party, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m.,,
social hall, church building.
German Coffee Hour: 3-4:30
p.m., Russian Tea Room, League.
All students and faculty members
invited.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Special Interfaith Service, 7:45
p.m. Dr. DeWitt C. Baldwin, Pro-
gram Director, Student Religious
Association, will be fireside speak-
er. Students of all faiths are in-
vited.
Roger Williams Guild: Meet at
Guild House at 5 p.m. to join with
Congi-Disciples for a "Gypsy Ca-
rousel ."
Michigan Library Association:

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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

-Daily--Carlisle Marshall
RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY-"Come again some other day," says Rosemarie Schoetz, co-chairman
of Tennis Ball, as she leads her committee members in prayer for mercy from the rain-gods. The
coed with the sprayer, Jane Topper, is anticipating her job of spraying the courts with perfumed
DDT. Those "allahing" are, standing from left to right, Janice Olivier, James Root, William Peter-
son and Jane Topper. Kneeling on the tennis court are Lois Goldman, Larry Stein, Kathy Geigen-
mueller and Betty Cole.
* * * *
Precautions Against Rain
Are MadefoTensBl

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The Tennis Ball committee
wasn't superstititious when they
planned their all-campus outdoor
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight today on the Palmer
Field tennis courts, but precau-
tions have been made.
If the rains should come, the
WAA-Union sponsored dance will
be transplanted to Barbour Gym,
where all original T-Ball atmo-
sphere will be set up, minus, of
course, the natural effects pre-
vailing on the tennis courts.
* * *
TICKETS WILL BE on sale to-
day at the League, Union, Diag
and Administration Building and
Hillel Schedules
Picnic, Service
The Hillel social calendar has
scheduled two events for this
weekend, an inter-faith service
and a picnic.
Students of all faiths are in-
vited by the Foundation to attend
the service at 7:45 p.m. tonight.
Following the service, Dr. Dewitt
C. Baldwin, program director of
the Student Religious Association,
will give a talk.
Dr. Baldwin served as a Meth-
odist missionary in Burma and
India for ten years. He is familiar
to many on campus as the founder
and national director of the Lisle
Fellowship.
Hillel's last social affair for the
emester will take full advantage
of the spaciousness of the Founda-
tion's two and a half acres. A Pie-,
nic has been planned, beginning at
7 p.m. Sunday. Entertainment
will include dancing, games and a
marshmallow roast.

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TX-DELrS PLEDGE FORMAL tomorrow will take the form of a
French Cafe party. After a Filet Mignon dinner at 6:30 p.m. at the
Stage Coach Inn, guests will enter the house under a sign proclaiming
the abode of "Las Trois Deltas'. Art Starr's band will provide the
music. The back terrace will be a sidewalk cafe, complete with check-
ered tablecloths.
NEW A 0 PI ACTIVES will be honored at a Monte Carlo dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow when the house is turned into a
gambling casino. Dinner at 6 p.m. at the Allenel Hotel will precede
the affair.
* * * *
PHI SIGMA KAPPA members and their dates will "trip the
light fantastic" at their annual "Bowery Ball" from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow. "The Boys of the Gay Nineties", a German brass band
from Detroit, will provide something novel in the way of entertain-
Guests will come dressed as characters from the Bowery in garb
described as "anything from soup to nuts." Decorations will consist of
paintings of scenes from the Bowery and the lower East Side of New
York.

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may be purchased at the dance.
No Union dance will be held this
week, because of Tennis Ball.
Charlie Manning and his
Michiganaires will send forth
their "Music, Michigan Style"
from one of the courts and will
premier their original theme
song, the "Michigan Air."
Manning and his outfit are
newly organized to "provide solid
danceable music for Michigan-
ders," according to the maestro.
The group gave a trial run on
campus last week and general stu-
dent approval was the current ru-
mor.
* * *
THROUGH THE combined ef-
forts of the WAA and the Union,
the top campus talent has been
rounded for the intermission show.
The most popular acts of Varsity
Night, Gulantics, Review, Soph
Cab and Union and League shows
will give dance-goers a highlight-
ed review of these major student.
productions.
Emcee Bob Halbrook, who
talent tested the Gulantics in
the recent all campus competi-
tion talent show, will introduce
the Tennis Ball entertainers,
with a few humorous surprises
of his own thrown in.
The Stuart twins, Harvey and
Fred, of Varsity Night renown, will
present folk songs and ballads in
original duo arrangement, while
Soph Cab's contribution will be
Nicki Sotier and Patti Keast in
their "tortured" version of De-
troit's famous, .Delphoi.
BOB TAMPLIN, first placer in
Gulantics Review will record pan-
tomime Betty Hutton's "Stuff Like
That There"and "Bloop, Bleep"
by Danny Kaye.
Ginny Fowler, Barb Oehring
and Mary Moore of Frosh Week-1
end will do a parody on a par-
ody. They will present their

version of the Teninga, Rifen-
burg, Johnson "big three" of
Froggy Bottom.

Their riotous take off of
Opera trio took first place in
Frosh Weekend competition.

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THE TENNIS BALL Float will
be at the head of the freshment
list. The M-Club members, who
will handle the food concession,
have whipped up their version of
a Boston Cooler with lemon and
lime added. Although the drink
has been unanimously approved
by M-Club members, the final
test in taste will come as T-Ball
guests experiment.
This first outdoor campus-wide
dance to be held during regular
session, will replace Michigras
this year as the spring project of
the WAA and the Union. The giant
cairnival will be held in alternate
years, with such projects as the
Ball being held in the off-years.
A majority of the proceeds will
go toward the fund for a new
women's swimming pool.
WAA Notices
A Tennis Club-A party for club
members will be held at 5 p.m.
Wednesday in the WAB which will
be followed by tennis games. The
sign-up deadline is Monday.
Softball Club -Members will
play students from the University
High School at 4:30 p.m. today
30 on Palmer Field. The public is
welcome to attend, according to
Mary Peterson, club manager,
Coaching and Officiating Club-
The Coaching Division will meet
with the Softball Club at 4:30 p.m.
today on Palmer Field.
WAA Board-Meeting time for
the Board will be at 5 p.m. Wed-
nesdays instead of on Tuesdays,
starting next week, in WAB.

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Symphony No. 88 in G Major
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The Messiah (Handel).
The Liverpool Philharmonic Orch.
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Strauss Waltzes and Strauss
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with Eugene Ormandy.
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You Are There: The Signing of the
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Gettysburg.
Reported by CBS correspondents,
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Symphony No. 9 in D Minor
(Beethoven). The Philadelphia
Orchestra and Eugene Ormandy.
Leonore Overture No, 3
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The Medium and The Telephone.
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Spring styles and materials, new this season. Suits in
gabardines, coverts and checks. Coats in gabardines
and covert. Dresses are rayon crepe, both plain and
print; pure silk prints and pure silk shantungs.

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