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February 26, 1950 - Image 5

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Journey to 'Kandy Kingdom'

Conquered by sweet talk, stu-
dents will pay a visit to "Kandy'
Kingdom" at the annual Assembly
Ball to be presented from 9 p.m.
to 1 alm. Friday at the Union.
With music supplied by Frank
Tinker and his orchestra, couples
will dance amidst a vision of sug-
arplums, gingerbread houses and
'men, and lollipops. Candy kisses.
gigantic in size, and peppermint
sticks will also be found on the
* * *
IT HAS BEEN suggested by
Joan Mintzer, general chairman
of the dance, that Assembly Ball
be used as a pay off dance for
J-Hop. Many of the women's resi-
dences will present punchtail par-
ties for couples attending the an-
nual girl bid dance, given by and
for independent women on cam-
Housing Opens
SFor Summer
Women may now file applica-
tions for housing during the 1950
Summer Session at the Office of
the Dean of Women.
Four houses in the New Resi-
dence for Women, three for grad-
uate students and one for under-
graduates, will be open during the
summer. Meals will be served.
Women will also be housed in
Helen Newberry Hall. Meals will
be served there also.
In addition to these accommo-
dations, three foreign language
houses, six sorority houses (for
non-members and members) and
league houses will be open during
the summer.
The names of the sorority houses
will be available at the Office of
the Dean of Women on Wednes-
Women may also file applica-
tions to live in French, German or
Spanish language houses. Meals
will be served to both men and
women in these residences. Ac-
commodations in foreign langu-
age houses will be planned in ac-
cord with the demand for them.
Staff appointments for sum-
mer residences have not yet been
WAA Notices
The following basketball games
will be played next week unless
cancellations are made by calling
Eleanor Doersam before 1 p.m.
Monday. Teams will not be al-
lowed to cancel games after that
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Mosher
II vs Sigma Delta Tau I; Stockwell
V vs Curley I; at 7:15 and 8 p.m.-
no gemes.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Mosher
IV vs Alpha Omicron Pi II; Stock-
well VII vs Alpha Omicron Pi I;
at 7:15 and 8 p.m.-no games.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Stock-
well. III vs Mosher VIII; Alpha
Delta Pi II vs Alpha Epsilon Phi
I; at 7:15 and 8 p.m.-no games.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Delta Delta I vs Jordan III; Jor-
dan IV vs Alpha Xi Delta II.

Students frequenting the Diag
at 3 p.m. tomorrow wil furnish
the audience for a skit full of
surprises to be presented at that
time. Refreshments will be serv-
ed to those attending.
Representatives of Assembly will
be selling tickets in the dorms all
this week. Women living in Lea-
gue houses or Ann Arbor residen-
ces may purchase their tickets in
the lobby of the League from 9
a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m.
throughout the week.
* * *
MEMBERS OF Senior Society
are selling boutonnieres for the
dance in all residence halls and
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League from 9 to 11 a.m. and from
2 to 5 p.m. through this week.
Orders should be placed three
days before the dance due to the
necessity of the flowers having
to be ordered early.
Numerous stores on campus have
been featuring the newly concoct-
ed sweet specialty, the "Kandy
Kingdom" sundae which has been
seen and tried by many a student.
* * *
and Panhellenic combined in the
presentation of their annual dance
but in 1947, Assembly Ball was
once again presented separately
with an underwater kingdom for
the theme "High Tide."
Late permission has been
granted for the night of the
dance by the Office of the Dean
of Women.
In view of the fact that rushees
must be out of sorority houses
by 8:30 p.m. Friday, rushing ac-
tivities will in no way affect at-
tendance at Assembly Ball.
For this reason, all women, even
though they may be taking part
in rushing, are urged to attend
the dance.
Cotton Time
As the coeds battle with snow
and wind their thoughts are turn-
ing to warmer days when they
can store away gloves and boots
and unpack their colorful cottons.
Designers promise a large varie-
ty of gay spring frocks fashioned
in every type of material imagin-
* * *
EVER POPULAR gingham will
reign again in the kingdom of
casual wear. Harlequin plaids and
small, delicate plaids-miniature
checks and bright, bold checks will
all be seen in gingham.
Blazing white pique will also
be featured in this spring's
fashion parade. The stiff, pebbly
texture of the material makes
it an effective fabric for jackets
and skirts and a useful trim for
collars and cuffs.
Chalk white circle skirts of
pique are cut to give a stiff, sculp-
tured appearance. A short full
jacket of the same material will
complete a striking ensemble.
* * *
FOR DRESS WEAR, the five
year old Lumina fabric is steadily
gaining in popularity. Lumina is a
combination of long staple combed
cotton woven with aluminum to
produce a metallic effect.


-Daily-Burt Sapowitch
VISIONS OF SUGAR PLUMS-Abound while Janet Gast, Eva
Stern, Elaine Platsky and Joan Mintzer work on decorations for
the annual Assembly Ball, "Kandy Kingdom."
Annual Military Ball To Feature
Symbols o Service Branches

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Michigan militar will take com-
mand when it presents its annual
Military Ball from-9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
on March 10 in the Union Ball-
Decorations will set the mood
for the evening by their depiction
of military life. The different
branches of the service will be
represented by silhouettes set up
around the room.
They will show men marching
and drilling, ships, planes, and
other elements of military life. In
the hallway two large silhouettes
will stand as guards of the ball.
There will be a false ceiling of
red, white and blue above the sil-
Programs will also carry out the
military theme by bearing the em-
blem of an American Eagle, the
national symbol.
Frank Tinker and his Union!
orchestra will play for the dance.
During intermission there will be

square dancing led by Newton Lo-
ken, gymnastics coach.
Gleaming insignia and gold
braid will be an outstanding fea-
ture of the affair, for the men
will be dressed in their uniforms.
Military Bill is open to all mem-
bers of the Army, Navy and ROTC
units, reserve and active officers
in the area.
Chairman for this year's dance
is Paul Anderson. Advisers are
Capt. D. H. Merten, Air Corps;
Maj. W. F. Johnston, Army ROTC,
and Lt. Comm. L. D. Patton, Navy
Petitions for junior positions
on Interviewing and Judiciary
Council, JGP and assistants on
all League administrative com-
mittees are due March 7 in the
League Undergraduate Office.



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