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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Students To Bone
For Bluebook Bal
Blackboards, Small Bluebook Programs
To Remind Dancers of Coming Exams
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It's time to put aside texts and
start boning up on dancing for
the Bluebook Ball to be held from
9 to 12 p.m. Friday in the Rain-
bow Room of the Union.
This is the sentiment expressed
by Ned Miles, general chairman,
who feels that this spring's version
of the traditional dance will be
the most outstanding yet held.
THE PURPOSE of the ball is to
provide relaxation towards the end
of the semester when long hours
studying may be weighing too
heavily on students' nerves. '
Just so thoughts of finals
won't ret too far from the danc-
ers' minds, the familiar decora-
tions of bluebooks will once
more prevail. Miniature versions
will be hung from white stream-
ers strung radially around the
ballroom while a giant-sized one
will dominate the focal point
behind the bandstand.
In the corridors, blackboards
will provide scribbling space for

those who feel the need of ex-
pressing thought trends whether
in studios or romantic veins.
ALSO IN EVIDENCE will be the
student's favorite questionnaire,
the faculty evaluation sheet. These
are the added touch of decorations
chairman, Bob Greager
Miniature bluebooks will be
given as favors to women at-
tending the dance. The commit-
tee regrets that these booklets
don't contain any pertinent
facts regarding answers to
exams, but hanging above a
coed's desk, they'll serve to re-,
mind her of pleasanter hours
spent in the Union Ballroom.
To remove any doubts froml
couples' minds that the evening
is designed for entertainment and
not studies, the smooth rhythms
of Frank Tinker's orchestra will be
featured.
Regular admission price will be
charged, according to Sandy Mac-
millan, publicity chairman.

Spring Festival
To Be Qiven by
Dancing Groups
A spring dance festival will be
presented by the Ballet and Mod-
ern Dance Clubs at 2:30 p.m. and
8 p.m. Saturday in the Dance
Studio of Barbour Gymnasium.
The men and women of the
clubs, under the direction of Prof.
Juana de Laban of the physical
education department, will per-
form a group of narrative, folk,
and interpretive dances.
The matinee has been arranged
especially for children, according
to Inez Miller, '50, chairman of
the Ballet Club, and Edith Dan-
iels, '49Ed, manager of the Mod-
ern Dance Group.
The ballet Club will perform
"Peter and the Wolf," by Proko-
fieff; "Twelfth Street Rag"; and
"Valse Tsiganne."
The Modern Dance Group will
present an "Indian Dance Suite";
"Russian Dance and Polka," by
Shostakovitch; and "Tubby the
Tuba," a dance to a record by
Danny Kaye.
League Petitions
For Summer Due
Petitions for Michigan League
Summer School positions are due
Thursday, May 19, at 5 p.m., in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Women from any class are eligi-
ble to petition.
Positions which are open are as
follows: president of the League,
chairman of the Judiciary Coun-
cil, social chairman, Publicity
chairman, Dance Class chairman,
and Ballroom chairman.
Interviewing will be held Fri-
day, May 20, from 3 to 5 p.m.
Women students who are interest-
ed may sign up for interviews in
the Undergraduate Office and are
asked to . bring their eligibility
cards to their interviews.
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DOLORES PALANKER
Couple To Spend
Summer in Europe
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Palanker of
Buffalo, New York have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Dolores Sue, to Mr. Bar-
nett D. Laschever, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Laschever of Hart-
ford, Conn.
Miss Palanker, a junior in the
literary college, is majoring in
journalism. She is a night editor
for The Michigan Daily and a
member of Theta Sigma Phi, a
journalism fraternity for women.
Mr. Laschever is also a junior in{
the literary college, and is major-
ing in political science. He is an
Ann Arbor correspondent for the
Detroit Times and International
News Service and a member of
Sigma Delta Chi, a journalism
fraternity.
They will be married June 12 at
the Hotel Statler, Buffalo, New
York, and will spend the summer
in Europe. They plan to return to
Ann Arbor in the fall.
,Dames Bridge,
Drama Croups
To Hold Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of
the Michigan Dames Bridge Group
will be held at 8 p.m. today in the
Henderson Rm. of the League.
Tomorrow evening the Dames
Drama Group will hold its month-
ly meeting at the home of Mrs.
Helen Arnold of Forest Court.
Guest speaker at the Drama
meeting, Mrs. Freeman D. Miller,
will entertain the group with dra-
matic selections. Mrs. Miller holds
the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
Award for her outstanding work in
play directing.
SWAA Notices
Folk and Square Dancing Club
-The club will hold its last meet-
ing of the term at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the WAB. All members are
asked by the club manager to at-
tend. A party has been planned for
after the meeting.
WAA Board-Members of the
new board will meet at 5 p.m. to-
day in the WAB.
Modern Dance Club-First dress
rehearsal for the Spring Dance
Concert will be held at 7:15 p.m.
today in Barbour Gymnasium.
Members will bring 50 cents and
money from the ticket sales. All
members not in the concert are
asked to attend by the club man-
ager to receive their tickets to sell.

ANN HELLER
Heller-Molod Plan
Eastern Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund L. Heller
of Claremont, New Hampshire
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Ann, to Mr.
Samuel E. Molod, son of Mr. Hy-
man Molod and the late Mrs. So-
phia Molod of New York.
Miss Heller is a sophomore in
the literary college.
Mr. Molod is a teaching fellow
in the history department and is
woiking for his Ph.D. He received
his bachelor's degree from Long
Island University and his master's
degree from the Clark School of
International Affairs, Worcester,
Mass. Mr. Mulod resides in Wil-
hams House of West Quad where
he is a resident advisor.
The wedding will take place in
Miss Heller's home in New Hamp-
shire.
* * *
Turnblom-Dodson
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Turn-
blom of Cadillac, Mich., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Helen Ruth, to Mr. Ver-
non N. Dodson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. N. L. Dodson of Benton Har-
bor, Michigan.
Miss Turnblom attended Michi-
gan State College and is now a
junior in the School of Dentistry.
She is a member of Alpha Gamma
Delta..
Mr. Dodson attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan and is now
studying medicine at Marquette
University in Milwaukee, Wiscon-
sin. He is a member of Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa.
* 4 *
Hahn-Schulman
Mrs. Charles Edward Hahn of
Cincinnati, Ohio, has announced
the engagement of her daughter,
Mary Afice, to Mr. Robert Barry
Shulman, son of Dr. and Mrs. A.
Shulman of Paterson, N.J.
Miss Hahn is a graduate of the
literary college with a masters de-
gree in economics.
Mr. Shulman is a graduate of
Pamona College. He also attended
Harvard School of Business Ad-
ministration, and at present is do-
ing graduate work at Claremont.
The wedding will take place
Junc 14 at Claremont, Cal.
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By NANCY TAYLOR
For most. women students, sum-
mer will mean the usual week at
the lake or the farm, but not for
the lucky few who this summer are
making Europe their vacation
spot.
Patricia Parker and Sandy
Brown, Alpha Gamma Deltas, will
lead off the parade of student
voyagers when they sail, June 30,
from Quebec to make an extensive
tour of Western Europe.
Not to be outdone by the Alpha
Gamma Deltas, the Delta Gammas
are wishing 'Bon Voyage' to sev-
eral of their members also.
* * *
TRAVELING UNDER the aus-
pices of the Bureau of University
Travel, Nancy Cochren, Lona
Gage, Sally Donavan and Mary
Margaret Walch wil embark July
15, on the Sobieski for a summer
of concentrated music study.
Jean Lord, Delta Gamma, is
planning an art appreciation
tour also with the Bureau of
University Travel.
After landing at Rotterdam,
Miss Parker and Miss Brown have
mapped out a course which begins
at Frankfort, Germany, proceeds
through Switzerland to Rome and
Venice, up the Riviera to Paris,
and finally to London.
WHEN ASKED if there is any-
thing that they want to do espe-
cially on the trip, Pat said, "We
want mainly to get to know the
people. We're interested in staying
in all types of homes and gaining
an understanding of the people."
Since music is the main ob-
jective of the Delta Gamma
quartet, they are planning their

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