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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Senior Ball Tickets Available
Exclusively to Class Members
Campus Wide Sale To Begin Tuesday;
Dance To Be Presented Friday at Union

Ticket sales for Senior Ball will
continue until noon Tuesday for
seniors only.
If, at that time, any of the 400
tickets to be sold are left, sales
will be open to all campus.
THE TICKET booth will remain
open exclusively to seniors from 1
to 6 p.m. Monday, and from 10
'a.m. to noon on Tuesday.
If underclassmen wish to make
reservations in the event that
tickets remain, they may do so
on Monday at the sales office in
the Administration Building.
Helen Girdler, co-chairman of
the dance, urges the seniors to get
their tickets immediately, since
after Tuesday noon they will no
longer have priority.
A DON PABLO and his orchestra
will play for the dance, which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
4 day in the Union ballroom.
Open to seniors in all schools,

the affair is sponsored, by the
literary college in conjunction
with the College of Engineering.
Members of the dance commit-
tee are: general chairnen, Ber-
nard Aidinoff and Helen Girdler;
decorations, William Green; pub-
licity, Mary Ann Harris and
Jeanne Johnson: Mr. andl Mrs.
John P. Gwin and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Thatcher will be chaper-
ones.
PATRONS FOR the dance are:
Gov. and Mrs. G. M. Williams,
President and Mrs. A. G. Ruth-
ven, Provost and Mrs. J. P Adams,
Vice-President and Mrs. M. L. Nie-
huss, Vice President and Mrs. R. P.
Briggs, Secretary and Mrs. H. G.
Watkins, Dean and Mrs. W. I. Ben-
nett, Director and Mrs. A. L. Bran-
don, Dean and Mrs. I. C. Crawford,
Dean and Mrs. R. W. Bunting and
Dean and Mrs. S. G. Dana
The list continues with Dean

-Daily-Alan Reid
INFORMAL MEETING-Senior Ball committee members, Bernie
Aidenoff, Helen Girdler and Mary Ann Harris make last minute
preparations for the dance.

Women Slate
Social Events
This Weekend
Residences Present
Banquets, Dances
To Honor Members
Senior dinners, honors banquets,
formal dances and teas have fill-
ed the social calendars of women's
residences this weekend.
HELEN NEWBERRY Juniors
treated the seniors by serving them
breakfast in bed this morning.
Last night the graduating coeds
were taken on a mythical trip to
Hawaii, when Newberry's annual
formal was held in their honor.
The dance, centered around an
Hawaiian theme, featured pine-
apples, lanterns and appropriate
murals to-set the scene. Leis were
given as favors.
Newberry will sum up its ac-
tivities with a senior banquet
Tuesday.
MARY MARKLEY House's last
social event took place yesterday
evening when the Board of Pa-
trons sponsored a farewell dinner
at the Union in honor of the
residents.
Mrs. Mary Markley, in whose
honor the semi-cooperative house
was named, was present at the
affair.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA will cul-
minate its social activities with a
tea tomorrow afternoon. The event
wil honor retiring house director,
Mrs. William Goodale, who became
an official member of the sorority
yesterday.

SOME CHANGES MADE:
Current Trend in Feminine Fashions Point
To Simple Clothes Accented with Jewelry

By JANICE JAMES
Change seems to be the only
permanent element in the femin-
ine fashion world of today!
No one knows what makes fash-
ions change. Some stylists take
the viewpoint that fashion and
change are the same thing, and
that this is what accounts for a
current trend toward simple, basic
lines in clothes.

* * *
and Mrs. J. B. Edmonson, Dean
and Mrs. A. G. Furstenburg, Dir-
ector and Mrs. L. A. Hopkins,
Dean and Mrs. H. Keniston,
Dean and Mrs. E. V. Moore and
Director Rhoda F. Reddig.

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Many more than the usual Individualism seems to be the
one or two strands of glitter and definite rule this year, and with
gold are needed to eliminate a simple dress or suit, plus the
g of the bareness between sleek hair style, jewelry and ac-
some cessories give each woman the
the shorn locks and low neck-. chance to be her own distinctive
lines of today's fashions. self.

* * *

Vaughn and Dean and Mrs. E. A.
Walter.
Concluding the list are Dean M.
C. Bromage and Professor A. W.
Bromage, Dean and Mrs. W. B.
Rea, Dean and Mrs. L. S. Wood-
burne, Dean and Mrs. W. J. Em-
mons, Dean Elsie R. Fuller, Dean
and Mrs. C. H. Peake, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
O. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. George
Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. T.
Hawley Tapping.

Other patrons include Dean and
Mrs. R. A. Sawyer, Registrar and
Mrs. I. M. Smith, Dean and Mrs.
E. B. Stason, Dean and Mrs. R. A.
Stevenson, Acting Director C. H.
Stocking, Dean and Mrs. H. F.

WOMEN ARE rejoicing in the
1950 look with its sleeveless, shoul-
derless dresses, plunging, peekaboo
necklines and sleek and short short
hair styles.
Many of the pre '50 designers
are turning their talents towards
the line of jewelry to add, that
ultimate compliment to their
creations.
For instance, a simple black lin-
en dress can be combined with
casual shoes and tailored jewelry
for a Saturday morning shopping
spree or a trip to the lake.
THE WEARER of this same
basic dress can be turned into a
sleek siren by exchanging the cas-
ual shoes for sandals that are
nothing but strips of colored leath-
er, and by adding brief light gloves
and sophisticated jewelry.
Club Picnic
Members of the Physical Ed-
ucation Club will meet at 2:30
p.m. today in the WAR for a
picnic sponsored by the fresh-
men. Seniors will .provide the
entertainment

Bar bour Holds Honors Dinner;
Dormitory ScholarshipsGiven

Betsy Barbour held their annual
honors dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday
with Eleanor Doersam, president
of the house, serving as mistress
of ceremonies.
The climax of the evening was
the announcement by Dean Bro-
mage of the women who will re-
ceive dormitory scholarships next
fall.
* * *
THOSE WHO were given the
awards are Barbara Bergonz, Jean
Engman, Nancy Fitch, Rosemary
Jones, Theresa Schweininger and
Joanne Anderson.
Red roses were presented to
residents for outstanding schol-
arship. Those having 3.5 ave-
rages or better were Mary Kate
Brice, Marcia Goldfarb, Julia
Hamerick.
Others include Nancy Karasik;
Frances Reitz, Connie Newman,
Robina Quale, Cheryl Yoshihara,
June Freitag, Jean Engman, Bar-
bara Seymour, Eleanor Doersam
and Barbara Cohn.

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scholarship went to Margo Abels,
Margaret Atkins, Barbara Ber-
gonz, Gery Bolag, Kitty Bond,
Beatrice Claytor, Julie Crossman,
Mary Curtis, Alice DeJong, Nancy
Fitch, Rusty Jones, Marg Karasik,
Barbara Keim, Marg Krauss, Pol-
ly Kurtz, Vanna Piquet, Jeanette
Scoville and Charlotte Voelker.
Girls receiving roseO for hold-
ing League and WAA positions
were Eleanor Doersam, Nancy
Fitch, Barbara Keim, Barbara
Seymour, Frances Reitz, Jean
Carson, Mary Ellen Hastie, Jan-
et Gast, Jeanette Scoville, Con-
nie Newman, Joan Mintzer and
Elizabeth Gellatly.
Continuing the list are: June
Freitag, Rosemary Jones, Robina
Quale, Pat Goble, Polly Kurtz,
Bluma Zilber, Jody McMillan,
Ruth Spilman, Barbara Anderson,
Donna Davenport, Lee Bigman,
Barbara Cohn, Beatrice Claytor,
Julie Crossman, Marilyn Kollen-
berg, Lois Comb, Mary Curtis and
Charlotte Voelker.

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and scalloped, frames the bodice front
of misty nylon net . . . lavishly circles
the hem. A Luxite slip of elegance
that washes, dries in minutes, needs
no ironing, and retains its lovely.
beauty for ages. White, Black, Blue
or Honey Mist. Sizes 32 to 38.
$8.95 & $9.95
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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KIndiana, has openings in theirI

tion; Vocal Music; Latin Spanish,
French; General Mathematics;
Mathematics and Science; Social
Studies; Remedial English and Re-
medial Mathematics; English; Art;
Language Arts; Expression; Home
Economics; Developmental; Kin-
dergarten; Social Living with
Driving Training; Vocational.
For further information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, ext. 489.
Employment Interviews:
Massachusetts Mutual Life In-
surance Company, Grand Rapids
office, will interview on Wed., May
24, and are interested in men for]
for any town in the western part
of the state, including Benton Har-
bor, Traverse City, Ionia, Midland
and Hastings. Call Ext. 371 for
appointment.
Sylvania Electric Products Inc.,
Ottawa, Ohio, will interview on
Wed., May 24, for the Ottawa
plant. They need four Electrical
Engineers, two Chemical Engi-
neers, three or four Industrial En-
gineers. Application blanks are
available, to be filled out in ad-
vance.
American Airlines, Chicago, are
still in need of young women for
Stewardess positions. They will
not visit the campus again, but
will interview in Detroit at the
Hotel Statler as follows: May 25
from 9 to 4; May 26 from 9 to
3. Complete information is avail-
able at the Bureau.
A representative of the Columbi-
an Art Works, Bank Check Divi-
sion, will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments on Wed., May 24, to
interview men for a sales job in
Michigan. They prefer single men
who can establish residence in the
center of the state, and will be
paid a salary plus traveling ex-
penses.
For further information and ap-
pointments call the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Ext. 371.
Employment:,
The Fort Wayne Corrugated'
Paper Company of Fort Wayne,'
if

management training program for
men interested in future manage-
ment positions. The scope of the
program is very broad and includes
all phases of the paper business.
They are interested in applicants
who are good students, who have
displayed leadership and have the
ability to get along with people.

The Chicago Metal Hose Cor-
poration of Maywood, Illinois is
interested in employing one chem-
ical and one metallurgical engineer
from the June 1950 graduates, for
their training program. The train-
ing program is one of from six
to nine months duration during
which period the trainee spends
time in each operating department
in the company. Upon completion
of the training program he is plac-
ed in that job opportunity for
which he is best suited.
The Chicago Branch of the Uni-
ted States Rubber Company have
openings in their training pro-
gram leading to production sup-
ervision. June graduates of the
Business Administration and Engi-
neering schools interested in these
positions, please call at the Bur-
eau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg.
The International Latex Corpor-
ation of Dover, Delaware, is inter-
ested in receiving applications
from men interested in sales. They
manufacture a diversified line of
products sold to Sporting Goods,
Drug and Department stores. They
prefer mature men with some sales
experience but will consider men
without sales experience who are
dfinitely interested in a career
in sales.
Reed's Furniture Company of
Flint, Michigan is interested in re-
ceiving applications from June
graduates interested in furniture
sales in Flint.
For further information call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building.
University Community Center,
Willow Village:
Sun., May 21, Village Church
Fellowship (Interdenominational):
10:45 a.m., Church, and Sunday
School; 4:30 p.m., Study and Dis-
cussion; 5:30 p.m., Pot-Luck Sup-
per; 6:30 p.m., Family Movies.
Mother Goose, The Circus Wakes
Up Glacier Park. The Airport.
Free.
Mon., May 22, 8 p.m., Water-
color Class Party; Cooperative
Nursery Board.
Tues., May 23, 8 p.m., Nursery
Study Group. Mrs. Blumberg.
Wed., May 24, 8 p.m., Christian
Education Study Group; Ceramics
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white, pale pink, baby blue, butt
or fashionable navy, sizes 10-18.
Pixie Cap ...............2.95
Jack- t 'rcss............14.95
Halter .................2.95
Jigger Blouse ..........3.50
Flared Skirt .............7.95
W eskit ................5.95
Bermuda Shorts.........5.00

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