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______ _____ _____ _____ _____THlE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

New Books
Introduced
At Library
Whether it's required reading
for an English course or a novel
for relaxation, the book can be
found in the League Library on
the third floor of the League.
Those interested in the latest
books will find them among these
recently acquired works in the li-
brary: Complete Poems of Robert
Frost, 1949, by Robert Frost, The
Portrait of a Prophet-John Rus-
kin by Peter Quenell and Loving
by Henry Green.
Also included among the new
novels are The Plum Tree by Mary
Ellen Chase, The Big Wheel by
John Brooks, The Brave Bulls by
Tom Lea, and Ceremony of Inno-
cence by Elizabeth Webster.
In addition to these recent pub-
lications, the following replace-
ments have been purchased for
the library because of their con-
tinuing popularity: Portrait of the
Artist as a Young Man by James
Joyce, Adam Bede by George Eliot
and Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia
Woolf.
For the benefit of those who
plan to tackle some of that read-
ing for their English courses, it
has been announced that the
books on the Modern Novel and
American Literature reading lists
may be taken out for over vaca-
tion.
Meeting Slated
By Fellowship
Dr. Alma L. Cooke, a missionary
in China for thirty years, physi-
cian at the University Health Ser-
vice, will speak to the Inter-
Church Prayer Fellowship Group
at 7:3@ today at the home of Mrs.
Burton Vincent, 1132 White Street.
Miss Eunice Pike of the English
Language Institute will tell ex-
periences as a missionary in Mex-
ico.
Mrs. John Wong-Quincy, for-
mer dean of women at St. Johns
University, Shanghai, will play
the piano.
Sax-Appeal on
New DANCE Records!

ON TiHiiE IHIOUSIE
By PAT BROWNSON
Prankish students are eying the calendar in silent, smug anticipa-
tion this week as April Fools Day approaches.
FOOLISH COSTUMES will be judged for prizes at Alpha Sigma
Phi's "Fools Frolic" tomorrow,
GREEN SWINGING DOORS will lead the way into Mosher's "Drop
Inn" tonight. A western tavern theme will pervade the entertainment
and refreshments.
* * *
ALPHA CHI OMEGA'S pledge formal tomorrow will take place at
the house. Dinner at the Union will precede the event. Clyde House's
band is to be featured.
"RUMSEY RAMBLE" is the title of Allen-Rumsey's square dance
tomorrow. Group singing and house talent will provide entertainment.
APRIL FOOLS PUNCH will be served at Zeta Psi's party tomorrow.
"CANDLEDINE," Lloyd House's annual semi-formal dinner and
dance, will take place tomorrow at the Komo Katering Klub. Chuck
Meyers will occupy the bandstand.
GAMMA PHI BETA'S pledge formal tomorrow will transport guests
o paradise. A "Heaven on Earth" theme will be carried out in pink
and purple. Spun glass, spring flowers and angels will also be seen.
Dancing at the house to the rhythm of Ted Smith will follow dinner
at the Union.
* * *
"FOOLS AND THEIR SWEATERS" is the name selected for Delta
Chi's informal April Fools party tomorrow. which is being planned
6y the pledges.
A TREASURE HUNT is scheduled by Chi Phi tomorrow.
PINK LEMONADE and all-day suckers will be on hand to refresh
those attending Adelia Cheever's kiddie party tomorrow.
SURPRISES GALORE are promised by Nelson House's social chair-
man at the April Fools party slated tomorrow.
* *, *
KAPPA SIGMA'S will attend the Union Opera tonight and then
return to the house for an informal dance.
THETA DELTA CHI is also planning its evening tonight around the
Opera. A buffet dinner will precede the performance and a TV dance
will follow.
"HILARY TERM," annual informal spring dance of the Lawyer's
Club is slated tomorrow. "Perpetuity Punch," guaranteed by the social
chairman to "suspend your power of alienation," and crumpets will
be served. Al Rice's music will be heard.
AN APRIL FOOL'S DAN'CE is planned tomorrow by Michigan
Co-operative House. Entertainment will include skits put on by house
talent.,
A PLEDGE FORMAL is the main event of the weekend for Alpha
Chi Sigma.
BALLOONS AND CONFETTI will be flying at Alpha Tau Omega's
April Fools party tomorrow.
TRICYCLE RACES and bubble gum blowing contests will be among
the games to be played at Chi Psi's kiddie party tomorrow.
AN OPEN HOUSE with Couzen's Hall is planned by Anderson House
tomorrow. Ping-pong, television, bridge and dancing will be featured.
GAMBLERS will come out in full force tomorrow at Triangle.
THE ATMOSPHERE of a bar in the 1890's will be recreated at
Adams House tomorrow when the "Black Jack Casino" throws its
swinging doors open to business.
PHI ALPHA KAPPA will be transformed into a barn with hay and
assorted animals for a square dance tomorro
PHI GAMMA DELTA'S pledge formal tomorrow will be based on
an April Fools theme.
A "MONTE CARLO PARTY" complete with roulette wheels and the
usual card games will help Delta Sigma Pi's and their dates alter their
financial conditions tomorrow.
SPRING FLOWERS will decorate the Pi Beta Phi house tomorrow
for the sorority's anual pledge formal. Johnny Harberd will be
music-maestro for the evening.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA'S.square dance tomorrow will take place in a
rustic hay-strewn atmosphere. d
PALMER HOUSE will hold an informal girl-bid record dance
tonight.
FOOLISH DECORATIONS and a haunted house will be woven into
an April Fools theme tomorrow for Delta Tau Delta's party.
MEN OF HINSDALE HOUSE are planning an informal evening of
dancing and card playing tomorrow.
* * *
BETSY BARBOUR residents will entertain guests at an open house
Sunday.
RECORD DANCES will take place tomorrow at Phi Delta Phi, Beta
Theta Pi, Alpha Delta Phi, Acacia, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Alpha
Kappa Kappa. Phi Sigma Delta has slated an informal dance tonight.

Union Dance
To Feature
'EnsianBall'
Even though the official dead-
line is past, the members of the
Michiganensian staff are busy
with "layouts" once more.
The cause of all the concerted
activity is the forthcoming "En-
sian Ball."
THIS WILL BE the premier
presentation of the Union special-
ty dance which will be held from
9 to midnight on Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.
Armed with such familiar
tools as paste, rulers and pens,
the staffers are busily trans-
forming the Ballroom into an
animated 1950 Ensian.
The actual cover of the 1950
Ensian will be displayed at the
door.
** *
ONCE INSIDE, those attending
the dance will find authentic
scenes from the yearbook exhibited
at various places around the room.
At one end of the hall, the
committee will arrange a dis-
play entitled, "The Development
of Your Yearbook."
This will depict the various
stages in the makeup of the book.
INCLUDED WILL be a layout
dummy, photos, sheets of copy,
engraving proofs and r o u g h
printer's proofs.
Mammoth balloons in a myr-
iad of colors will complete the
decoration scheme. These will
be hung from the chandeliers.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra,
who play for the regular Union
dances held each week, will pro-
vide the musical background for
"Ensian Ball."
*, * * _
THE DANCE is open to the en-
tire campus and will be informal.
Tickets for the affair may be
purchased Saturday night at the
Union desk.
During intermission, as an add-
ed attraction, a 1950 Ensian will
be presented as a door prize to
the couple holding the lucky num-
bered ticket.

Reveals Engagement

BETROTHED-Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Goodyear of Hastings have an-
nounced the betrothal of their daughter, Anne, to John Acken-
husen, Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ackenhusen of Benton Harbor.
Miss Goodyear is a senior in the literary college and is affiliated
with Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Ackenhusen, a senior in the engineer-
ing college, is a member of the Theta Chi fraternity. The couple
is planning a summer wedding.
Women's Residences Offer
Scholarships for Next Fall

Present residents and women
who wish to be residents of Betsy
Barbour and Helen Newberry
halls may apply at the Office of
the Dean of Women for one of six
scholarships which are being of-
fered in each of these dormitories.a
The scholarships, $135 each, areC
for next fall. They will be awarded
AIL
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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elor of Music. It will include com-
positions by Bach, Beethoven, Cho-
pin and Debussy, and will be open
to the public.
Events Today
Canterbury Club: 12:15 p.m.,
Holy Communion, followed by
Lenten Luncheon. 4-6 p.m., Tea
and Open House for all students
and friends. 5:15 p.m., Evening
Prayer and Meditation.

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"Charlie Ventura (above) plays
Duke Ellington" ... Sophisticated
Lady, Solitude, Mood Indigo, 3
others by Charlie, his sax, his band
.. all DANCE tempo in this new
album! It's one of 15 "Designed
for Dancing" albums just issued
by RCA Victor. All with the solid
BEAT that's started America dan-
cing again. 15 great bands, 15
a great composers . . . 90 all-time
favorite tunes. Everyone's grab-
bing them - hurry! At Music
Center, 300 So. Thayer.

Women who were in the cast
of the Junior Girls' Play may now
order prints of the pictures taken
at the last performance.
Orders should be placed with
Mrs. Halsey, Mrs. Bynum or Miss
McCormick in the Undergraduate
Office of the League, Jennie
Quirk, JGP director, has an-
nounced.
The pictures are priced at 30,
50 and 75 cents according to size.
This must be paid in advance,
Miss Quirk said.
TKE to Plan
Anniversary
Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon
will celebrate the twenty-fifth an-
niversary of Upsilon Chapter at a
banquet to be held tomorrow at
the Stage Coach Inn.
Approximately 50 members will
attend. Twenty-five-year member-
ships will be presented to charter
members.
The toastmaster will be Frederic
Seltzer, president of the local
chapter. Dean John P. Gwin and
Dr. Harold C. Billmeyer, of De-
troit, will speak. 't
An open house will be held in
the afternoon before the banquet.
Alumni and actives will wear
red carnations, the fraternity
flower.

Wesley Foundation:
"Hobo's Shindig" in
Hall. Refreshments.

7:30 p.m.,
the Social

on the basis of contribution to
group living, academic standing
and need.
The awards are made from the
original funds given by donors to
build the two dormitories.
The recipients of the awards will
be notified at honors dinners.
University Museums: Evening
Program. The Exhibition halls of
the Museums building will be open
to the public from 7 to 9 p.m. Mov-
ing pictures: "Pottery Making"
and "Seminoles of the Everglades,"
7:30 p.m., Kellogg Auditorium;
auspices of the University Muse-
ums, through the courtesy of the
Audio-Visual Education Center.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15-4:30
p.m., League Cafeteria. All stu-
dents and faculty members invit-
ed.
I.S.A.: Benefit Card Party, 8
p.m., International Center, where
tickets are now on sale. Interest-
ing prizes from foreign countries.
Coming Events
Phi Sigma Society: 8 p.m., Mon.,
Apr. 3, Rackham Amphitheater.
Prof. A. D. Moore, Electrical Engi-
neering Dept. will give a demon-
stration of fluid mappers and
sand-bed mapping techniques. Co-
lor slides. Public invited.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion:
12:15 p.m., Lane Hall. Reserva-
tions may be made at Lane Hall
until Friday night.
Inter-Arts Union: Meeting, Sat.,
Apr. 1, 1 p.m., 500 BMT. Interest-
ed persons welcome.
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual Meet-
ing, Mon., Apr. 3, 3 p.m., 2203
Angell Hall. Election of new mem-
bers.
I.S.A.: Weekly Open House, 8
to 12 p.m., Sat., at International
Center. Dancing and games. All
invited.
Graduate Mixer: Sat., Apr. 1,
8:30 pm., Rackham Assembly Hall.

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GIUFTI

OPEN AS USUAL -
featuring Children's Books, Games,
Educational Toys and Gifts.
What a spot for Easter Shopping!

Dean Attends
conference
Mary C. Bromage, Associate
Dean of Women, will conduct a
program on in-service training for
deans of women at a conference
of the National Association of
Deans of Women which is being
held in Atlantic City this week.

Baptist Students will have an
April Fool's Party at 8:30 p.m., at
the Guild House.
Women's Glee Club: Extra re-
hearsal will be held at 4 p.m., in
the League. Attendance compul-
sory.
C.E.D. Meeting: 4:15 p.m., at
Union.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
evening services, 7:45 p.m., follow-
ed by a fireside discussion led by
Dr. Moses M. Frohlich. Topic:
"The Contributions of Psychoanal-
ysis."
Westminster Presbyterian Guild:
"Hard Times" party, 8 p.m., Social
Hall.
Coffee Hour: 4:30-6 p.m., Lane
Hall.

FOLLETT'S... Second Floor
State Street at North University

Fashion- Wise
Girls..:.::.
will dress up their spring
outfits with a color ful scarf.
We have a large selection of
attractive scarfs. Come in
and see thoe today!

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