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FDAT, IMARCH -33 1950

THE MICHIGAN AIIY

'Kandy Kingdom

Will Be Presented Tonight

Aura of Sweets Will Pervade
Union Ballroom at Assembly Ball

Sugar and spice and everything
nice will be the theme of the an-
nual Assembly Ball, "Kandy King-
dom," to be presented from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. tonight in the main ball-
room of the Union.
With music fitting for the at-
nosphere provided by Frank Tin-
ker and his orchestra, dancers will
find themselves submerged in a
world of giant gingerbread men
and houses, lollipops and candy
kisses.
During the intermission, enter-
tainment will be provided in the
form of exhibition dancing by
John Lekus and his group.
* * *
PROGRAMS FOR .the dance
will have the appearance of min-
iature bags of candy with suckers
attached to them. Pictures will
also be taken of couples attending
the annual girl-bid Assemnbly Ball.
Members of Senior Society,
honor society for independent
women, will distribute carna-
tion boutonnieres, ordered pre-
viously, at the dance.
Central Committee members
who planned this visit to the land
of sweets are: Joan Mintzer, gen-
eral chairman; Eva Stern, publi-
city; Elaine Platsky, assistant
publicity; Barbara Trytten, Decor-
ations; Helen Yaeger, patrons;
Sylvia Sheppard, programs; Emily
Blair, tickets; Martha Tomkins,
assistant tickets and Joyce Baker,
finance.
DURING THE WAR, Assembly
and Panhellenic combined in the
presentation of their annual
dance, but in 1947 Assembly Ball
was once again presented separ-
ately with an underwater theme,
"High Tide."
Tickets for this year's dance
have been sold out since Wed-
nesday, according to Joan Mint-
zer, general chairman.
Patrons for the dance will be:
Dean and Mrs. Erich A. Walter,
Associate Dean and Mrs. Walter
B. Rea, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur W. Bromage, As-
sistant Dean Elsie R. Fuller, Dean

and Mrs. Charles H. Peake and Dr.
Margaret Bell.
* * *
THE LIST continues with Prof.
and Mrs. Charles L. Stevenson,
Associate Prof. and Mrs. William
B. Willcox, Assistant Prof. and
Mrs. Robert W. Parry, Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur M. Eastman, Dr. and
Mrs. Wilbert J. McKeachie, Mr.
and Mrs. Roger C. Norton, Mr. and
Mrs. .Arthur L. Johnson, and Mr.
and Mrs. William M. Zentz.
MissdEthel A. McCormick and
' Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Bynum
conclude the list. Special guests
at the dance will be the wo-
men's dormitories and league
liouse directors.
Newly featured on campus this
week is the "Kandy Kingdom"
sundae, which has been used by
many a male as temptation for
an invitation to a visit to the
kingdom of sweet talk.
Members of the decorating com-
mittee will be working all after-
noon in the Union ballroom and
anyone interested is invited by the
committee to help out.
League Post
Petitions Due

McCormick
Scholarship
To BeGiven
Applications for the Ethel
McCormick Scholarship will
due March 10.

A.
be

Second-semester junior women
with eligibility cards who are out-
standing in campus activities and
laedership and who are in need of
financial aid may apply for the
scholarship.
The scholarship is for $100.
Applications are available in the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue. They shouldi be sent directly
to Marjory Flint, President of the
Women's League.
Two letters of recommendation
must accompany each application.
These letters must be originals. No
duplicate copies will be accepted.
Applicants should sign up for
interviews in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Interviewing before the Execu-
tive Council of the League will be-
gin on March 14 and will continue
through March 17. Interviewing
will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
The scholarship is awarded an-
nually by the undergraduate wo-
men of the League. The award is
made in honor of Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick, League Social Director.
Service to the University is the
chief basis on which the scholar-
ship is awarded. It is designed to
give financial assistance to women
outstanding in campus activities
who are in need of financial aid to
continue their education.

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By PAT BROWNSON
Everyone and everything on campus seems to be frozen except
social events this weekend as costume parties step into the spotlight.
"COME AS YOUR FAVORITE Fictional Character" is the theme
of Delta Sigma Phi's party tonight. Rooms in the house will be
decorated with book covers, nursery rhymes-and comic strip characters.
* * * * -
ANDERSON AND STRAUSS Houses will combine tomorrow for
an evening of square and ballroom dancing. The caller will be Bill
Fritze. Refreshments will consist of punch and cookies.
* *. * *
A PRESIDENTIAL inauguration party will entertain Sigma Alpha
Mu's and their dates tomorrow as they commemorate the old custom
of installing the president on March 4. Decorations will include a
large flag made of balloons and pictures of elephants and donkeys
representing the major political parties.
* * * *

Casts of Junior Girls' Play and Union Opera Join
To Introduce 'Musical Debut Tea' on March 15
Under the combined sponsorship song and dance speciality num- Presidents and house directo:
of the Union Opera and the Junior bers from both productions. . of fraternities, sororities an
Girls' Play a new and unusual so- The real purpose of the event, dormitories and the presiden
cial event will be introduced on however, is to introduce into so- of the League and Union wi
t chign c pus f 3 o ciety Miss Mary Lou Payraiser, As guests enter they will
5:30 p.m. March 15 in the League leading lady, of the Union Opera greeted by members of a recepti
and her counterpart from Ken- line composed of costumed chi
The affair entitled "Musical De- tucky, Miss Daisy Lou McCoy, acters from both shoes.
but Tea" is destined, according to star of the Junior Girls' Play. Models from the J.G.P. cast )A
reports from committee members, * * * serve tea, coffee and cakes.
to become a traditional part of the AMONG THOSE who will re-
Univrsity's annual social calen- ceive invitations to the tea areSo C t
dar. members of the committees and
THE TE 'll dcasts presenting the shows, the New York fashion designers:
THE TEA will provide an oppor- executive committee of the Uni- veal that women's sport cloth
and J.G.P. to combine their ef- versity, the Board of Regents, the will be taken directly from be
forts in sponsoring a joint project. deans of all the schools and the land next summer. Little wh
faculty members and alumni on collars, loose middy tops and cu
For entertainment they will campus who have worked with the ed shorts and slacks will be ap
present a floorshow consisting of union Opera. terned after Junior's wardrobe.

ANYTHING FROM SKIERS to bathing beauties will'
Alpha Sigma Phi tomorrow when those attending come
their favorite sports personalities. A rifle range and golf
provide entertainment.

be seen at
dressed as
course will

* 'k * *
ALSO REVOLVING AROUND a sports theme will be Kappa Nu's
ski lodge party at the "Kayen Lodge" tomorrow. Toboggans and skis
will figure prominently in the decorations. Weather permitting a
snowmen building contest will be held in front of the house.
PHI DELTA PHI has planned a hard times party tomorrow "for
the benefit of underprivileged sorority girls," the social chairman de-
clared. Another philanthropic event is slated for Sunday.
A benefit dinner will be held for the "financial aid of the Har-
vard athletic fund to rejuvenate the Crimson's plummetting fortunes
and put fair Harvard on a more competitive basis. The members have
joined in this drive out of purely philanthropic motives to return
bookmakers odds to a more sporting level," commented the social
chairman.
* * * *
"COW POKE CAPERS" will take place tomorrow at Acacia.
Cowboys and cowgirls will dance amidst ranch house decorations.
* * * *

OnMarch,,

7

Petitions for junior League po-
sitions should be handed in by 5
p.m. March 7 in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League, accord-
ing to Pat Reed interviewing
chairman.
Miss Reed suggests that all pe-
titions be submitted on time since
[ate petitions will not be accepted.
The interviewing committee will
hold office hours from 2 to 5 p.m.
until March 7 for the purpose of
answering questions concerning
positions.
Further information concerning
specific duties of the jobs will be
posted in the Undergraduate Of-
fice and may be found in the Lea-
gue Lowdown and the Presidents
Reports.
The interviewing committee re-
quests that the petitions be typed
if possible and that a snap shot
of the applicant be submitted with
the petition.
Interviewing will begin on
March 8 and will extend to March
22.

The CHATEAU

II

JGP NOTES

SOMETHING DIFFERENT in the way of social activities will
Phi Alpha Kappa's painting party tomorrow. Guests will dress
Bohemian costumes appropriate to an artist's life.

be
in

Mailmen - Rehearsal for mail-
man is scheduled for 5 p.m. today.
* * *
Chorus - Lanette Shaefer, mu-
sic chairman, has announced a
very important rehearsal for the
chorus at 4 p.m. today and 4 p.m.
Monday.
The following women are to re-
port: Ellen Traxler, Catherine
Clark, Joy Williams, Rhoda Uhlen-
dorf, Ann Cudrey, Margee Dono-
van, Marian Trapp, Mary Grace
Aldridge, Janet Pierce, Marilyn
Smith, and Anita Seiler.
Others are: Ruth Mary Nelson,
Ann Grainger, Gracia Whitworth,
Marjory Minniss, Jane Buell, Sal-
ly Strauss and Sally Slocum.

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PHI SIGMA DELTA'S "red sock" party will feature an 8-piece coke
bottle band. Blue jeans and red socks without shoes will be worn.
* * * *
SUPPRESSED DESIRES will no longer remain suppressed when
Phi Kappa Sigma opens its doors tomorrow to guests who will dress
and act as they have always wanted to.
"RADIO CITY," a variety show will be "broadcast" from Michigan
House tomorrow. There will be a disc jockey show, a national barn
dance program, Truth or Consequences, and music from the Make
Believe Ballroom.
TEETER-TOTTERS and slides will help amuse kiddies at the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon children's party, Ted Smith's band will pro-
vide music.
* .* * *
PLEDGES AT PHI RHO SIGMA will do the entertaining tomor-
row. Caricatures of the actives will decorate the house and a pledge
skit about the actives will be presented.
BETSY BARBOUR residents will treat their dates to an informal
record dance tomorrow in the recreation room after the basketball
and hockey games.
* * * * '
MARDI GRAS will come to Ann Arbor when Sigma Chi cele-
brates the traditional celebration tomorrow. A king and queen will
be selected and prizes for the best costumes are to be awarded. The
music of Al Rice's band will be heard.
RECORD DANCES will be held tomorrow at Alpha Chi Sigma,
Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Chi,
Theta Xi, Phi Sigma Kappa, and the Lawyer's Club. Beta Theta Pi
has planned an informal dance for tonight.

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