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May 18, 1950 - Image 5

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TIURSDAY, MAY 1$, 1950



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Students' Past,
To Be Theme
Of Senior Ball
Committee Members
Plan Special Event
Still Held in Secret
Plans for Senior Ball, which
will be presented Friday, May 26,
are progressing rapidly, accord-
ing to Bernard Aidinoff, general
chairman of the dance.
Don Pablo and his orchestra,
which also played for the Paul
Bunyan "formal," will be on hand
to supply the music for the affair.
The leader has a local band which
does not specialize in South
American music.
THE UNION ballroom is to be
decorated in a graduation theme.
Six panels will depict the rise of
the student from his freshman
year to graduation.
A typical goggle-eyed fresh-
man will be portrayed on the
first panel.
He will go through all the
stages of college life until he
finally reaches the peak of his
career - as a goggle-eyed gradu-
ate looking for a job.
A SPECIALLY designed back-
drop will complete the decora-
Programs for the affair are
to be in white leatherette, with
the names of the officers of all
the senior classes included.
Members of the committee for
the ball are secretly planning a
special event which they refuse to
reveal at this time.
Sponsored by the literary col-
lege together with the College of
Engineering, Mary Ann Harris,
publicity co-chairman, promises
that the dance will be "the last
and best social event for the sen-
ior class.
Women will be granted late
permission for the event.

UJA Carnival
Date Changed
UJA Carnival is being planned
for Sunday, May 28 instead of this
Sunday as was formerly announ-
Time and place are still the
same, however. The carnival will
last from 7 to 10:30 p.m. at Hillel.
THIS IS THE second year for'
the carnival which is open to all
the campus. Proceeds are going to
the United Jewish Appeal fund.
Two sororities, six fraternities,
and one independent group are
making plans for booths. Alpha
Epsilon Phi will have a refresh-
ment booth, and Sigma Delta
Tau is planning for a booth with
a water squirt game of chance.
Sigma Alpha Mu will feature a
variety show, anid Pi Lambda
Phi's booth is one that consists of
throwing darts at ballons. Penny
Pitching is the theme of Alpha
Epsilon Pi's Booth.
* * a'.
TAU DELTA PHI is preparing
for a unique dart game booth, and
Zeta Beta Tau will show old! time
movies. Sigma Alpha Mu is pre-
senting a variety show, and Kappa
Nu will also have a booth.

Scholarship Awarded to Coed.

Stockwell Hall
Plans Formal

Winning scholarships is no new
experience in the life of Betsy
Vinieratos, literary school senior,
who is one of the two women in
the nation who was recently
awarded a scholarship to Kather-
ine Gibbs School in New York.
During her four years at the
University, Miss Vinieratos has al-
so been the recipient of the Ann E.
Shipman S t e v e n s scholarship,
awarded annually to a resident of
Martha Cook, the Dr. and .Mrs. O.
B. Campbell award, a student
award from the University and a
University scholar award.
Katherine Gibbs award by the
Katherine Gibbs Memorial Schol-
arship Committee upon recom-
mendation of Mary C. Bromage,
Associate Dean of Women.
The competition for the award
is open to women in schools
throughout the nation. Only two
women from each school, who
are recommended by the dean
of women may enter.
Katherine Gibbs is nationally
famous as a secretarial training
school for women. It receives re-
quests for secretaries from digni-
taries in this country and abroad.
MIS IATO YjhR.A TAr Sly h A n

school lacrosse and field hockey
were among her favorite sports,
but that she hasn't had time for
them since she came to Michigan.
Coeds' Bathing Suits
To Show Bare Midrib
Buttons and bows in swim suits
are a thing of the past!
This year coeds will take the
water in attire as sleek as a seal's.
Two-piece suits are also replac-
ing the one piece in order to bare
the midrib, regardless of too many
chocolate eclairs and strawberry
Trunks to the bathing suits of
1950 will be cut skin tight and
smartly designed to have feminine
allure withal. There will be peek-
a-boo shorts with keyhole open-
ings on either side and drawstring
bows to allow a maximum of sun-
shine on this summer's mermaids.
Another style has spyglass cir-
cles cut out to leave small moons
of sunburn and still another is
shirred and puffed as a ballerina's
tareton, but close to the figure not-
Color will be a cry of the wild.
Hot tamale shades such as tanger-
ine, kumquot and citrus will com-
pete with the pseudo sophisticated
black and white favorites.
That nylon look is another
sought for feature on buyers' lists
while lastex of all kinds is another
hardy fabric.
a"With Your Nome in,Raised Letters,:
Special for May Only
Smooth, White, Paneled Inform-
als with your Name RYTEX-
HYLITED (Raised Lettering) in
aBlack ink. Choice of Script or
Block lettering.iFor Wedding
and Graduation, Thank You's,
Informal Invitations and Brief
Messages. Smart for Gifts, too!
330 Maynard Opposite Arcade

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED-Prof. and Mrs. A. J. Gaiss of Ann
Arbor have announced the engagement of their daughter, Rose
Marie, to Charles W. Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nichols
of Cresco, Iowa. The betrothal was revealed Friday at a dinner at
the Union. Miss Gaiss is a sophomore in the literary school, while
Mr. Nichols is a junior in the same school. No date has been set
for the wedding.
Women's Glee Club To Hold Final Function

Coeds who call Stockwell Hall " -incMW U -U -
their home away from home are
planning their annual spring IO h
dance for 8 p.m. Saturday, May
A nautical theme has been plan-
ned for the affair. The dance will
be presented as though it were en- WITH
tirely on shipboard. 0 CARRYNG
As soon as the S.S. Cottonball PLUS
weights anchor with its capacity PCASE
crowd of cruisers, dinner will beTA
served in the first deck dining 0, EASY TOM -
room. e 1IBERA TADE-NS
"Five Chips and a Chirp," the
ship's orchestra, will be on hand 9:50
to provide mood and music for down
Decorations will consist of rope
rails to prevent calls of "man ov- OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO
erboard," life savers, a life boat 215 E. Liberty
and a light house to keep the ship Phonet 2-1213
on a steady course.
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ates of a great University.
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o and last name are beautifully engraved with our compliments,
and we guarantee the quality and fit.
STOP IN and try yours on today. There is no obligation; but if you
do decide that you must have one, a very small deposit will hold
your selection.
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Traumatic Players, the inde- home is in Hampton, Va., is the
pendent group, is planning a vice-president of Assembly, the
marriage booth. president of Senior Society and a
Local merchants have donated I member of Mortar Board. She was
merchandise as prizes. A cup will the secretary of Assembly last year.
be awarded by a group of judges Her other college activities in-
for the best booth clude the general chairmanship
Joyce Dudkin and Al Friedman of Fortnight, participation in
are co-chairmen of the carnival Soph Cab and JGP, membership
and Alden Harris is serving as in the League Council and Al-
publicity chairman. pha Lambda Delta, honorary so-

The Women's Glee Club will
climax this year's events with a
banquet which will be held at 6
p.m. tomorrow in the League.
After the dinner, awards will
be given to members who have
been with the club for at least
one year.
The Women's Glee Club Scho-
larship will also be awarded to the
coed who has given the most ser-
vice -to the organization. The
scholarship consists of one se-
mester's tuition to st u d,' any
phase of music, either privately or
in the School of Music.

It is given to encourage women
in the field of music as well as
giving them financial aid.
The newly elected officers will
be installed, and then take over
the latter part of the program.
The new officers are as follows:
president, Jane Buell; vice-presi-
dent, Martha Bryant; secretary,
Elan Traxler; business manager,
Jean Allan; publicity, Marion
Stepanauskas; and librarian, Ina
The dinner will mark the last
function of this semester. Recent-
ly, the club toured Dearborn, and
they also sang for the Veteri-
narian Readjustment Center here
in Ann Arbor.


and enjoy the wonderful feel.
ing of being welcome wherever
you gol SruIyrouR
June to Sept., ISA also operates PASSPO T,
weekly low-cost student flights open SSUed to
traveling for an educational purpose.
I2 EAST 4 6t h S T R E E T " N E W YORK 17,..Y.

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Jobs with a Future
Secretarial training-the Gibbs way-
leads to successful business careers.
ll'rde College C ~ourse Dean for catalog
Katharine-- Gibbs
230 Park Ave., NEW YORK 17 33 Plymouth St., MONTCLAIR
51 E Superior St. CHICAGO 1 155 Angell St., PROVIDENCE 6
90 Marlborough St., BOSTON 16

Sword of Honor Given
By Sigma Alpha Iota
At Farewell Musicale
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota, professional music fraternity
for women, held its Farewell Mu-
sicale at 8 p.m. last Tuesday in
the League.
Selections were performed by
MVarilyn Palm, violin; Carol De-
Mond, piano; Mary Jo Pfoten-
heauer, soprano; and Guinevere
Dorn, piano.
During the program Mrs. Ross
Lee Finney and Mrs. Emil Raab
were initiated to Patroness mem-
Later, the Sword of Honor was
awarded to two seniors, Marilyn
Ruff and Ann Shafer, retiring
President and Vice-president, re-
spectively. This award is made in
recognition of outstanding con-
tribution to the progress of the
Gay Waist Bands, Ties
Enhance Formal Wear
Swashbuckling Spanish cavaliers
-sporting wide, brightly colored
plaid sashes around the midriff-
are enjoying reincarnation in the
person of 1950 male formal dance-
Perhaps the tartan plaid bow
ties, which have made their ap-
pearance with tuxedos at several
campus formals, are also designed
to lend the cosmopolitan touch. At
this rate, the drab tux will soon
be a has-been for formal dances.
The new suit styles for spring
are taking on new shapes and
shades. Over the very slim skirt
a short, wide and loose jacket will
be worn. Grey and beige domi-
nate the scene, but navy blue will
still be popular.


ciety for freshman women.
Miss Vinieratos is concentrating
in German. Her ambition is to be-
come a language secretary or a
social worker.
Her outside interests include
sailing and other water sports. She
says that while she was in high
Golfers Meet
Advanced golfers will meet at
5:10 p.m. today on the putting
green at the WAB. They are to
bring a putter and balls. In case
of rain the club will meet in-
side the WAB and will practice
with woods.



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and 5 to 7
Tossed Salad
Coffee or Tea
45c Special
on Sale
$5.00 value for $4.50

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