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By PAT BROWNSON
Everything from hard times dances and Parisian night club
parties to pledge formals are slated this weekend.
A HOUSE FULL of straw will be the principal attraction at Alpha
Kappa Psi's hard times party tomorrow.
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COUZEN'S HALL has planned an informal girl bid dance tonight
to raise money to send three nursing students to a convention to be
held in California in May.
"DESIGN FOR MODERN LIVING" is the theme selected for
Alpha Tau Omega's pledge formal tomorrow. Finger paintings by
the actives will be strung on wires suspended from the ceiling to
make the paintings seem to float in the air.
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ZETA BETA TAU'S informal party tomorrow will
pledges. Caricatures of the nine new men will decorate
A parody on pledging will furnish the entertainment.
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To Come Out
JGP To Sip Tea
With Opera Cast
A "Musical Debut Tea," to be
held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday, will mark the introduction
of Union Opera and JGP stars
into campus society.
Sponsored jointly by the casts
and committees of both produc-
tions, the tea will be the first un-
dertaking of its kind on the cam-
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AN UNUSUAL reception line
composed of costumed characters
from both shows will greet guests
as they enter. In long lack shirts,
white blouses and bright aprons,
models from the JGP cast will
serve tea, cookies and cakes.
Highlight of the afternoon
will be the "coming out" of Ann
Arbor's prominent debutants,
Misses Mary Lou Payraisere and
Daisy Lou McCoy.
Miss Payraiser is the leading
lady in the Union Opera produc-
tion, "Lace It Up," and Miss Mc-
Coy will appear in the J.G.P. fea-
AMONG THOSE who will be
present at the debut are members
of the committees and casts pre-
senting the shows, the executive
committee of the University, the
Board of Pegents and the deans
of all the school.
Invitations have been sent to
presidents and house directors
of fraternities, sororities and
Military Ball will be presented
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in
the Union Ballroom.
Members of Michigan ROTC
units and their dates will dance
to the music of Frank Tinker and
his Union orchestra in a real mili-
AT THE entrance to the Ballroom
two silhouette soldiers will stand,
as guards of honor for the dance.
In the ballroom, itself, silhouettes
depicting various aspects of mili-
tary life will be set up around the
Some of these silhouettes will
show men marching, drilling
and otherwise occupied with
military tasks, while others will
represent ships, tanks, planes
and other equipment.
A ceiling of red, white and blue
will complete the military mood
of the ballroom.
PROGRAMS will also carry out
this theme. They will bear an em-
blem of an American Eagle, the
symbol of the United States.
Bright-colored uniforms and
gleaming insignia will be an
outstanding feature of the
dance, for all Michigan military
attending will be in uniform.
Highlighting the intermission
entertainment will be a square
dance called byNewton Loken,
Since it was first introduced on
the Michigan campus back in 19-
Military Ball Reigns Today in Union Ballroom
A BRIDGE PARTY in the recreation room is in the offing for
Wenley House residents and their dates tonight. House musicians
will play several selections and TV will also be available. Cokes, sand-
wiches and cookies will be served.
IN KEEPING with a national Phi Kappa Tau tradition, the local
chapter will present its annual party-of-the-year tonight, the "Apache
Brawl." The house will be transformed into an underworld French
cafe, complete with gambling den.
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ORANGEMEN will be honored at Phi Delta Phi's informal party
tomorrow. A Sunday evening dinner party will fete Charlie Landafeld,
a member who has just returned from St. Ives in Europe.
FLYING DISC PUNCH, described as "out of this world" will
help satisfy thirsty Triangle party-goers tomorrow. Admission will be
a record for the house collection. A disc jockey and several quiz pro-
grams will provide diversion during the evening.
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MARTHA COOK'S MC Bar Ranch will set the stage for square
dancing tonight. Dave Palmer will do the calling.
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A WESTERN THEME will prevail at Delta Delta Delta's informal
party tonight in honor of their new pledges. Cider, potato chips and
pretzels will be served. . . . *
THE FAMOUS HATFIELD-McCOY FEUD will be renewed to-
morrow at Alpha Epsilon Pi's barn dance. Guests, dressed in western
style, will follow caller Charles Montgomery's orders in old-fashioned
"A SOIREE EN LA PEEGALEE" is on Trigon's agenda tomorrow
Parisian night club atmosphere will prevail at the "coke-easy" party.
Tough patrons will vie for a prize for the best costume. The award
will be the second pillar from the north end of Angell Hall.
PHI DELTA CHI will honor its pledges and alumni at a semi-
formal dance and dinner tomorrow. Approximately 80 persons are
expected to attend dinner at the Farm Cupboard, followed by dancing
in the Hussey Room of the League. The theme will follow pharmaceu-
AT DELTA SIGMA DELTA a "still and a bar" will be lodged be-
hind closed doors tomorrow at a speak easy party.
PLEDGES, NEOPHYTES and members of the administration will
be honored guests at Pi Lambda Phi's party tomorrow. Decorations will
be silhouettes of honored guests.
INFORMAL DANCES will be held tomorrow by Muriel Lester
Co-op, Chi Phi, Phi Chi, Delta Tau Delta, Theta Xi, Theta Chi, Sig-
ma Phi, and Sigma Nu.
INVITATION-Committee members in charge of the JGP-Union
Opera "Musical Debut Tea" deliver a personal invitation to
President and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven. Seated, left to right,
are Jane Topper, Mrs. Ruthven and Elaine Naglevort; standing:
Tom Cramer, Dr. Ruthven and Cliff Rogers. The tea will be held
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the League Ballroom.
dormitories and to alumni and, tduce specialty song and dance
faculty members connected with
A preview of the two productions
will be presented in a floorshow.
Union Opera's J. Hardly Ever-
strike, better known about campus
as Mike Craver, will serve as mas-
ter of ceremonies and will intro-
"Could I Be Falling In Love," a
sentimental song from the juniors'
play will be presented for the first
time by Francis Morris.
Opera members will keep up the
men's half of the entertainment
with a duet entitled "When A Boy
Meets A Girl Like You."
Athletic Association Convention
To Be Held Tomorrow ct WRB
Representatives of the Athletic
Federation of Michigan College
Women wil convene at the WAB
tomorrow as guests of the Wom-
en's Athletic Association.
Thirteen schools will send dele-
gates to plan for the national
AFCW convention wvhich will be
held at the University in April of
Registration will take place at
9 p.m. tomorrow after which the
Petitions for booths at Mich-
igras must be in the Union
student offices by 5 p.m. today,
according to booth chairman
Organizations willbe noti-
fied as to acceptance next week.
delegates will divide into three
groups for discussion.
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LUNCHEON will be served at
the League with the dining room
after which the delegates will re-
turn to the WAB to start making
plans for the national convention.
In 1949 the national conven-
tion was held at the University
of Wisconsin and Michigan was
represented by Gwen Sperlich,
last year's WAA president, Mar-
garet McDougall, Priscilla Ball,
Betsy Bousfield, this year's WAA
president and Miss Marie Hart-
wig, WAA advisor.
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DURING the convention tomor-
row, which approximately 100
guests will attend, the WAA mem-
bers will outline the part that
each of the other schools can
plan for the 1951 convention.
Dates for the affair have al-
ready been arranged plus sleep-
ing accommodations. Delegates
will arrive from all over the
country April 10, 1951, be
housed in the New Women's
Residence, and stay through
Janet Dewey, as AFCW repre-
sentative on the WAA executive
board, is chairman of tomorrow's
convention. She is assisted by
Ruth Anne Hansen, Vivian Fra-
zier, Judy Johannsen, Marjorie
Letzgus, Mary Louise Hook, Sue
Rose and Barbara Molyneaux.
Combined Rehearsal - There
will be no combined rehearsal to-
night. Individual rehearsals sche-
duled for this time will be held
Dance Group - A mass meet-
ing for all members is set for 5
p.m. today in the League. "Every-
one must attend and must bring
their eligibility cards," said Carol
Atherton, assistant dance chair-
man. Those who cannot attend
are to call Miss Atherton.
Dance Rehearsal - Women in
the beauty operator, beach teach-
er and ballet lesson scenes will re-
hearse at 1 p.m. tomororw in the
Council Announces Scholarships
For Under Your Winter Coat Now And
Under The Sun Later, You Wisely Choose--
Applications for two $750
scholarships are being accepted in
the Alumnae Council Office of the
The scholarships, given in hon-
or of Lucy Elliott and Alice Crock-
er Lloyd, will both be available
for use during the 1950-51 school
Women who have graduated
from the University may use the
fellowships for work at any other
accredited college or university or
the funds may be used for work at
this university by women who
have graduated from other
Money for the scholarships was
raised by the undergraduate wom-
en on this campus. The Lucy El-
liott fund will be given every
other year while the AlicebCrock-
er Lloyd felow~~ship will be pre-
sented each year.
All applications must be turned
into the Alumnae Council of the
League by April 1. The awards
wil be announced April 30.
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