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THE MICHIGAN LAILY

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Society Elects
New Officials
Members of Alpha Lambda Del-
ta, honorary society for women
who maintain a 3.5 average during
their freshman year, elected their
new officers at a recent initiation
meeting.
Those selected were: Nancy
Baehre, president; Carol Lutz,
vice-president; Betty Ellis, secre-
tary and Joyce Woolfenden, treas-
urer.
The following women received
Senior Certificates for maintain-
fng the average required for mem-
bership in Alpha Lambda Delta
throughout their four years of col-
lege work: Marilyn Bates, Ann
Beck, Jean Faint; Ann Goodyear,
Ann Hammond, Gloria Hile, Shir-
ley Kallman and Barbara Malitz.
Others who received certificates
were: Margaret Prine, Mary Man-
ley, Dorothy Foster, June Skye,
Olethea Kueglir, Nancy Symons,
Ruth Frank, Carolyn Kaplan and
Elizabeth Ross.
The Senior Book Award, presen-
ted to the senior with the highest
average, was awarded to Nancy
A* Symons.
s WAA Notices~
Camp Counselors Club - The
club is planning a cook-out on the
Island.The group will meet at
5:15 p.m. Thursday in front of
the WAB. The main dish is being
furnished and members are ask-
ed to bring whatever else they
want to eat. A program of games
and songs is planned. Outing Club
members have been invited as
guests. Anyone else interested is
asked to call Nancy Fitch at 2-
2591.
* *
Golf Club - There will be no
meeting Thursday for the ad-
Svanced golfers. However, the club
is planning to play at the Uni-
versity of Michigan Golf Course
Saturday morning. Another an-
nouncement will follow.

Reveals Betrothal

Petitioning To Be Opened for Chairmanships
Of Committees foil Annual Panhellenic Events

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Petitions for posts on Panhel-
lenic projects for next year will
be due at 5 p.m. Monday in the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue.
Positions open include chair-
menships on the central commit-
tees of the annual Panhellenic
Ball, Workshop and Variety Show.
* * *
PANHELL BALL, sponsored by
the affiliated women on campus,
is to be given next fall. At this
annual dance, the various soror-
ities each have individual booths
on the order of the ones seen at
J-Hop.
Proceeds from the dance are
donated to some worthy campus
project.
Chairmanships open on the cen-
tral committee of the dance in-
clude: general chairman, assistant
general chairman, publicity, dec-
orations, programs, refreshments,
tickets, patrons and building and
grounds.
* * *
EACH YEAR Panhellenic spon-
sors a week-end workshop at
which panels are presented on the
main problems facing sororities.
At this time, discussions are
also held on individual problems
of the various houses.
The workshop will be held in the
fall either at a camp or in the

League. There will also be skits
put on by the different houses,
plus a dinner for those participa-
ting.
** *
POSITIONS OPEN on the work-
shop central committee are: gen-
eral chairman, finance chairman
and program chairman.
The Panhellenic Variety Show,
an outstanding campus event,
annually features such well
known names as Danny Kaye.
This event is also presented in
the fall, and the proceeds are
donated to worthy campus pro-
jects.
Central committee chairman-
ships for the Variety Show in-
clude: assistant general chairman,
newspaper publicity, stunts pub-
licity, displays and posters and
ushers.

THE POSITION of assistant re-
cording secretary on the Panhel-
lenic Board is also open.
There areno special require-
nments for the posts other than
affiliation.
Interviewing for the positions
will be held from May 16 to 19
and 22 to 25.

NOW
A RETRACTABLE 4 COLOR PENCIL
writes Red - Green - Black - Blue
for S
At Urich's -- Ann Arbor's Busy Bookstore

LF.C. BALL
A Dreamer's Holiday... May 12th . . . I-M Building

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For M~omi . *.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD-Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Irwin of Cowesett,
R.I., have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Eleanor, to
Curtis Worth Cochrane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cochrane of
Grosse Pointe. Miss Irwin, a senior at the University, is affiliated
with Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Mr. Cochrane graduated, from the
University in February. A honeymoon trip to Europe will follow
a late June wedding.

Send your
flowers thru

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CAMPUS CORSAGE

Phone 3-1824

'A student service for students'

PARADE IS PRELUDE:

Hlouses Choose

Various songs

For Lantern Night Festivity

Lantern Night on Monday will
mark the climax of many hours of
practice for twelve groups of song-
sters.
The survivors of the elimina-
tions Monday will sing in the an-
nual Lantern Night program.
* * *
THE SLATE includes Alpha Del-
ta Pi singing "Song of the Winds,"

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May 14... Mother's Day
Let our exquisite flowers speak for you on
Mother's Day! Remember her with this
gift of beauty and sentiment.
No telegraph orders after Friday nite.
CHEL

SEA FLOWER
SHOP
203 E. Liberty

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Alpha Gamma Delta who will
raise their voices in "Rio-Rio" and
Alpha Phi who will sing "Green
Grow the Lilacs."
Other chorusestare those of
Betsy Barbour with their "Old
May Song," Chi Omega singing
"Down in a Flowery Vale" and
Delta Delta Delta with "There
Are Such Things." Gamma Phi
Beta will sing "Sourwood Moun-
tain;" Delta Gamma, "Looking
for the Lost Chord" and Martha
Cook, "Go Away from My Win-
dow."
The list of participants contin-
ues with Mosher Hall who will
sing "April Is in My Mistress'
Voice" and "In These Delightful
Pleasant Groves."
* * *
PI BETA PHI will harmonize on
"The Old Woman and the Pedd-
ler," and Stockwell will present
"The Willow Tree."
Some of the choruses have de-
cided to give new life and zip to
theevening's festivities by ap-
pearing on the stage in cos-
tumes appropriate to their songs.
The touch of atmosphere will
have no influence on the Judges,
however.
The evening's program will be
gotten off to a merry start in the
traditional march from Angell
Hall to Hill Auditorium. It will be
led by the Michigan Marching
Band around the origina 1 "40
acres" of the campus.
* * *
AT 6:45 ALL women students
are to line up in front of Angell
Hall. The seniors garbed in their
caps and gowns will be flanked on
either side by two rows of under-
classmen wearing the appropriate
colored ribbons of their class.
The juniors are to wear yel-
low; sophomores, red and fresh-
men, green bows.
The route of the parade follows
State Street south to South Uni-
versity, east on South University
to East University and north to
North University. The marchers
will be directed to form a block
"M" on the "Mall" between the
League and Hill Auditorium.
LANTERN NIGHT aides will
wear blue and gold ribbons on
their blouses during the line of
march.
The parade will be led by for-
mer senior officers including
Marjorie Flint, President of the
League; Jo Wilson, President of
Assembly; Betty Jo Faulk, Pres-
ident of Panhellenic; Betsy
Blousfield, President of WAA;
Mary Riggs, Chairman of Wo-
men's Judiciary Council; and
Patricia Reed, Chairman of the
Interviewing Committee.
Unless it is actually raining, the
parade will begin as scheduled.
In case of rain everyone will as-
semble at Hill Auditorium at 7:30.
H MaOTHER
Day

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