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IT ISN'T FAIR-Three members of the Union Social Committee
demonstrate a method of cribbing that would probably 6e de-
tected by any professor. They promise, however, that there will
be no cheating at the Bluebook Ball Saturday - a full measure of
entertainment will be given.
-N THE IHIOUSIE
By PAT BROWNSON
Thoughts of spring weather and the prospect of going home are
marred only by the lurking cloud of finals just a little more than one
One last get-together in the form of a spring formal or maybe a
picnic will serve as a brief respite this weekend from more serious
TYLER HOUSE SENIORS will be honored tomorrow at an in-
formal dance to be held in the newly redecorated recreation room.
KAPPA SIGMA'S pledge formal will take place tonight at the
Washtenaw Country Club. Dinner will precede dancing to Joe Foder's
THE BALLROOM at the Willow Run Airport will provide a pic-
turesque setting for Sigma Phi Epsilon's pledge formal tonight. Party-
goers will dine at the Stage Coach Inn beforehand.
PICNICKING at the Island is on Chicago House's agenda tomor-
row afternoon and evening. There will be ballplaying, singing and
the usual picnic dinner.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI'S annual sweetheart formal will take mem-
bers and their dates into an enchanted forest. Entrance to the house
will be gained by going underneath a waterfall at the front door. In-
side, hidden lights will illuminate trees covered with angel hair.
CHINESE LANTERNS, 120 of them, will be strung throughout1
Kappa Nu's lawn to paint a colorful scene for an open-air party to-
morrow. Special guests will be members of Phi Kappa Tau, who col-
laborated with them on an IFC Ball booth.
JOHNNY HARBERD'S orchestra will be heard at Psi Omega's
spring formal tomorrow.
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A ROUSING FAREWELL will be given tomorrow to the men who
are leaving Nelson International House at the end of the semester. A
7 p.m. dinner will precede dancing in the house and on the lawn.
THETA XI'S spring formal will also center around a farewell
theme tomorrow. White lilacs will bedeck the house as seniors
attend their last undergraduate dance. Brute Gulley and his Dixie
Five from Detroit will furnish the musical side.
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SCHOOL DAYS will be reviewed tomorrow as Triangle members
plan to honor their 10 graduating seniors. The front of the house will
be transformed into a red brick school building. Other decorations
will include an assortment of bluebooks, ranging from 0 to 100, and
blackboards with caricatures of teachers.
Union To Hold
Prizes To Be Given
Bluebooks on the ceilings, blue-
books on the walls, bluebooks
This isn't the cry of a student
with pre-exam jitters; it's a ver-
balization of the theme for the
annual Bluebook Ball, which will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
Two couples, chosen by means
of an elimination dance, will be
awarded prizes to help them for-
get their examination worries. The
dancers will be eliminated on the
basis of the courses they are tak-
ing. All those taking a certain
course will leave the floor. This
process will continue until only
two couples remain.
Intermission entertainment will
include the performance of Alex
Popp; pianist and Stuart Heifet
and Stanley Caplan, comedy team.
Bob Atkins will act as master of
Bluebooks attached to streamers
will hang from the ceiling. Frank
Tinker's orchestra will play against
a suitably academic background
provided by a giant bluebook.
D'ahce programs in the form
of graded bluebooks will carry
out the final exam theme. There
will be blackboards in the corri-
dors so- that students can keep in
practice for exam-writing.
Thedance, which is being held
a week earlier than usual this
year, is informal.
An unexpected series of events
followed the announcement of the
engagement of Miss Muriel Efty,
house director of Stockwell Hall,
to Eugene Sanders, assistant resi-
dent advisor of Greene House.
Wednesday night, Miss Efty was
honored by a surprise shower
about two hours after closing
time. Five hundred coeds crowd-
ed into a tiny portion of the main
lounge to await the arrival of their
A "LOOKOUT" was stationed
at the door, and, at a quarter of
twelve, she gave the signal that
Miss Efty had finally come into
view. Carol Eagle, seated at the
piano, began to play the loudest
piece she knew, and the shocked
house director came running with
the warning "Quiet Hours!"
Five hundred voices cried
"Surprise." 'There followed a
shower of gifts from every corri-
dor including pearl handled
steel knives, a toaster, coffee
maker, hand-carved salad bowl
and a silver candy dish.
The Michigan Daily announce-
ment was the first that the men
of Greene House knew of the in-
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NEXT EVENING Miss Efty was
throing er ito te shwer
serenaded by the residents of
Greene House with such melodies
as "A Pretty Girl is Like a Mel-
ody," "Tell Me Why;" "I Love You
Truly" and "Home On the Range.'
The women of Stockwell beat
Greene House to the punch, how-
ever. At their dinner, which was
held on the day the announce-
ment was made, they presentec
Miss Efty with a corsage and sere-
naded her with one 'song: "It's Sc
Nice To Have a Man Around the
After the Greene House serenade
the Stockwell women awarded Miss
Efty the traditional honor of
throwing her into the shower.
AS SEEN IN VOGE- E,
Residents of Stockwell Ha l, Greene House
Honor Miss Efty at Surprise Shower, Serenad<
9:00-5:30 306 South Stae
Read and Use The Michigan Daily Classifieds
"What is co-recreation?" mur-
inured many people yesterday as
they passed the library and saw
the white box with that word writ-
ten on it.
This box and another like it were
conspicously placed on the Diag
and in the Administration Build-
ing. They constitute an attempt
to make a survey of interest in
Co-recreation means the joint
participation in sports by men
and women. At present there are
five clubs under the auspices of
the WAA which include this fea-
ture. These clubs have been very
popular, the WAA reports.
Instruction in the chosen sport
plus practice with other enthu-
siastic participants makes club
membership especially valuable.
The survey blanks have been
distributed to a representative
number of students in dormitor-
ies, sororities, fraternities and°in-
dependent houses. Barbara Moly-
neaux, manager of the co-recrea-
tion clubs is conducting the sur-
The boxes will be in the same
places today where the forms may
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