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rPJDAT,-,APRni 21, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ANNUAL PROGRAM SEATED MONDAY:
Key League Positiorts for Coming Year
To Be Announced at Installation Night

Announcement of newly chosen p.m. Monday in the Rackham
position holders of all main posts Lecture Hall.
in the League and League activi- Among the positions to be an-
ties will be made at the annual In- nounced are the executive board
stallation Night to be held at 7:30 of the League, and the Assembly,

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Featuring a
complete selection of
ELGiIN WAT"CHES
for graluates
from 29.75 up
ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
16 Nickels Arcade Since 1916
REGISTERED JEWELER, AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY

Panhellenic and WAA boards for
next year. , e
MEMBERS of the central com-
mittees of JGP and Sophomore
Cabaret will also be revealed at
this time. In addition, the orien-
tation advisors and League com-
mittee members for next year will
be announced.
Presentation will be made of
the three Ethel MacCormick
scholarships, and the Delta
Delta Delta fellowship.
Under the new League consti-
tution, the League Executive
Council, chairman and board
members of the Interviewing
Committee and the president of
the Judiciary Council are elected
by the Board of Representatives.
* * *
CONSISTING OF the presi-
dents of all women's residences
and a representative for each ad-
ditional fifty women in every
house, the board makes the final
decision on two candidates for
each main League position. The
candidates are selected by the
members of the Interviewing com-
mittee.
As is the tradition at Installa-
tion Night, members of all resi-
dences will sit in special sections
reserved for them.
Speaker at the ceremony will be
Dean Mary C. Bromage.
Frosh Weekend
Freshman women interested
in working on the poster com-
mittee for the Blue Team of
Frosh Weekend will meet at
1 p.m. today in Rooms D and
E of the League, said Mary
Heli Jorstad, assistant publi-
city chairman.
She emphasized that no tal-
ent is necessary.

ON TIHIE HOUSE
By PAT BROWNSON
Although most student merry-making this weekend will be cen-
tered around Michigras, a number of other house social events are
also being planned.
TIME MAY MARCH ON, but it will be cornered for a brief in-
terlude tomorrow evening at Tau Delta Phi's spring formal which
will be based on a "time" theme. Dinner and dancing will take place
at the Washtenaw Country Club.
TYLER HOUSE residentstand their dates will board buses to-
morrow afternoon for a picnic at the University Fresh Air Camp.
Approximately 70 couples will join in softball, volleyball, boat rides,
hiking, card-playing, ping pong, and both social and square dancing.
AL RICE'S BAND will provide the musical background for Alpha
Kappa Psi's pledge formal tomorrow in the Hussey Room of the
League.
A SPRING THEME will prevail at Stevens Cooperative House
tomorrow. Informal dancing and games will entertain guests. Special
invitations have been extended to residents of Henderson, Mary
Markley and Adelia Cheever House.
THE WIVE'S AUXILIARY of Phi Rho Sigma will treat members
to an informal party tomorrow. Dinner will precede square dancing
amidst hay and corn stalks.
"COME AS YOUR SECRET DESIRE" are the instructions for
dress at Phi Chi's costume party tomorrow. Wive's are also planning
this party. Ed Klum will be music-maestro for the evening.
"AU REVOIR" is the name selected for Prescott House's semi-
formal farewell dance for the approximately 30 seniors in the house
who expect to graduate in June. Be-ribboned pictures of the seniors
will decorate the ballroom.
MOONLIGHT DANCING on Sigma Alpha Mu's porch is planned
tomorrow, weather permitting. The dance will be informal.
THETA XI has slated an open house after Michigras tomorrow.
The Delta Gamma's, who collaborated with them on a booth, and
their dates have been invited to attend.
FACULTY MEMBERS from many departments will attend Sigma
Phi's faculty tea from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday.
DELTA SIGMA PI will feature dancing to records tomorrow.
THETA DELTA CHI will hold an informal party tomorrow after
Michigras.
PHI DELTA PHI'S and their dates will gather at the house and
attend Michigras in a group tomorrow.
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Quetico - Superior Wilderness
Complete outfitting service $3.50
a day with Grumman alumi-
num c a noes. Food, your
choice-extra.
50-page Canoe Country pic-
. ture booklet mailed postpaid
anywhere for $1.00
"BASSWOOD LAKE LODGE
on Minn.-Canadian border. Main
Lodge and 20 log cabins.
Modern bathroom facil-
ities. AmericanPlan
rates $8.00 and
up. Also house- -f -
keeping cabins.
WDERNES S llTTER5) 4,
mmesELY,. MINNESOTA

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Wesleyan Guild: Inhibitions
Party, 7:30 p.m. Dress as you wish.
C.E.D.: 4:15 p.m., Union.
World Cooperation Week will be
inaugurated by Mayor William
Brown at 6:30 p.m., at the:,Ameri-
can Legion Pan-American Pro-
gram. American Legion Hall. For-
eign students invited.
Coming Events
Social Research Group. Discus-
sion: "The Research Needs of
Unions" by Mr. Samuel Jacobs,
specialist in Workers Education
for the UAW-CIO and Mr. Lewis
Carliner, editor of the UAW pub-
lication AMMUNITION. Tues.,
April 25, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 3-S.
Gothic Film Society. Extra meet-
ing, Mon., April 24, 8 p.m., Rack-
ham Amphitheater. The Three
Musketeers (American, 1921) with
Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. Members
may bring guests provided ar-
rangements are made in advance
with either president Hampton or
treasurer Whan, ext. 2784.
Inter-Arts Union Assembly: Sat.
April 22, 2 p.m., election of Inter-
Arts Council. Open to anyone who
has participated in an Inter-Arts
Union project.
Pi Sigma Alpha: National Poli-
tical Science Honor Fraternity
1950 membership nominees have
been notified of their nomination
by mail. The deadline for accep-
tance of a nomination and pay-
ment of the required fees is Sat.,
April 22. Fees payable to Mrs.
Harris in the Political Science
Dept. Office.
Sports Night: IM Building, Sat.
April 22, 7:30 to 10 p.m. All fac-
ulty members, teaching fellows,
wives, children and guests are in-
vited. For further information,
phone Mrs. W. J. Eiteman, 5474.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
Executive Council elections, Mon.
April 24. Petitions for executive
positions must be at the Hillel
Foundation by Sat. April 22.
Saturday Luncheon Group: Be-
cause of the Michigan Student
Christian Convocation at Kalama-
zoo, there will be no luncheon
group this week.

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