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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Authentic Engineer Slide Rule To Appear
At Barrister's Annual Wig and Robe Dance

Engagements Are Announced
Of Three Michigan Women
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DAILY OFFICIAL, BULLETIN]

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A Package of

The real, authentic, original and
actual slide rule, formerly belong-
ing to the engineers is now being
held captive by the lawyers and
will make its appearance at the
Barristers' annual Wig and Robe
Dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow at the Union.

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An armed guard will bring the
eight foot slide rule to the dance
from its present resting place. It
is now under lock and key..
* * *
SEVERAL engineers have at-
tempted to resteal their slide rule
from the lawyers, but Chuck
Bayer, publicity chairman of the
dance, said that since it is not
hidden in the Law Club, their at-
tempts are not worthwhile.
The engineers have made a
point of insisting that they are
still in possession of their slide
rule and that the one which the
lawyers professed to have cap-
tured before "Slide Rule Ball,"
Nov. 19, was only a substitute.
However, several members of the
Barrister's Society are former en-
gineers and claim that the ori-
ginal is in the hands of the
lawyers and the engineers hastily
made another before their dance
to save face.
THE WIG AND Robe Dance will
be semi-formal, and is headed by
Bud Eisenhower. Bill Page is
ticket chairman, Bill Jennings is
decorations chairman and Chuck
Bayer is handling publicity.
Tickets may be purchased in

the Law Club store, Hutchin's
Hall or from any Barrister.
Dances for tomorrow night have
received rather original names
such as the Palsgraf Polka in
memory of the famed tort case,
the de bonis asportango and
Capias ad Conga.
Freshmen engineers who have
never seen the original slide rule
are being especially welcomed to
the dance by the Barristers.
U' I nstructor
Attends Forum
Miss Betty M. Spears, assistant
supeivisor in physical education at
the University, will attend the
tenth annual Women's National
Aquatic Forum from .Dec. 20 to
Jan. 1 in Hollywood, Fla.
"The purpose of the Forum is
to enable swimming instructors
and other interested persons to
improve teaching techniques and
individual skills," Miss Spears
said.
Time will be spent on three
main activities. There will be
group and panel discussions to
work out problems with recog-
nized leaders in swimming. Pool-
side talks and demonstrations and
workshop sessions are also on the
agenda.
Experts on swimming, diving,
synchronized swimming, camp-
waterfront work and canoeing are.
slated to attend. "Demonstrations
are usually given by experts in
their individual fields or by groups
from colleges," Miss Spears stated.
The Forum is not restricted to
colleges. High school teachers,
camp personnel, Red Cross and
YWCA swimming instructors also
take part.
Music Honorary
Names Pledges
Sigma Alpha Iota, women's na-
tional professional music sorority,
held its annual pledging service
recently.
New pledges to the Alpha Chap-
ter include: Martha Barnwell,
Margaret Belmont, Corinne
Brown, Dale Danenberg, Carol
DeMond, Guinervere Dorn, Joyce
Edgar, Julia Hamrick, Patricia
Joy, Florence Lazarski, Margaret
Maltos and June Moore.
The list of new initiates con-
tinues with Marilyn Palm, Joan
Patrick, Mary Jo Pfotenhauer,
Wanda Pitman, Jacqueline Rosen-
blatt, Courtney Sherbrooke, Nan-
cy Smith and Barbara Traub.

For the Holidays
Get in Style

LET US TREAT YOUR HAIR
TO THE LATEST FASHIONS
, Permanent Waving

RUTH SPEAR
* * *
Newly Bethrothed
Set Wedding Date
For January 14
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Spear of
Albuquerque,New Mexico, have
announced the engagement and
forth coming marriage of their
daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Theodore
Bezirium, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Bezirium of Ann Arbor.
Miss Spear is a senior on the
School of Education. Mr. Bezi-
rium is a senior in the literary col-
lege and is co-owner of the Central
Market in this city.
The wedding will take place on
the evening of January 14.
.* * *
Wulsin-Kite
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Wulsin of
Cincinnati, Ohio, have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Margaret, to William M. D. Kite,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hen-
ry Kite, also of Cincinnati.
Miss Wulsin will be graduated
fromsthe School of Music in Feb-
ruary and is a member of Mu Phi
Epsilon.
Mr. Kite is a graduate of Prince-
ton and of the Harvard Law'
School.
Students, Faculty
To Gather Today
The final student-faculty hour
will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. today
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Guests at this afternoon's hour
will be the German and Classical
language departments. All stu-
dents are invited to attend the in-
formal get-together by the com-
bined Panhel-Assembly committee.I
Refreshments will be served.

Wetmore-Osmstead
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wet-
more of Detroit have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Marilyn, to Robert C. Olmstead,
son of Mrs. Clay F. Olmstead Sn.
of Ludington.
Miss Wetmore and Mr. Olmstead
are both seniors in the literary col-
lege.
The announcement was made
December 3 at Miss Wetmore's so-
rority house, Alpha Gamma Delta.
New Dorm Plans
Winter Lace Ball
"Winter Lace Ball," first
Christmas formal of the New Wo-
men's Residence Hall, will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row.
Pastel lights peeking through
nests of angel hair, twinkling
stars and glistening snow flakes
will add to the atmosphere.
Boughs of evergreen and sprigsof
holly will complete the festive
Yuletide decorations.
Ken Norman's band will pro-
vide the music for the event,
which received its name "Winter
Lace Ball" in a contest conducted
earlier in the semester.
Special guests will include Prof.
Arthur W. Bromage and Dean
Mary C. Bromage; Assistant Dean
of Women Elsie R. Fuller; Mrs.
Sarah L. Healey, resident direc-
tor; Mrs. Elenore D. Fraser, Mrs.
Dorothy A. McMullen, and Mrs.
Dorothea Ammerman, associate
resident directors Miss Margaret
Bristol, assistant dietician; Miss
Ketcik; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ellerbusch.
Cabaret Tickets
Now on Sale
Tickets for Sophomore Cabaret's
"As You Shake It!" will be on sale
all this week in the League, Un-
ion, West Engineering Building
and Architecture Building.
Membeis of the ticket committee
will also be working during the
dinner hours at the East and West
Quadrangles. Tickets may also be
purchased at all women's resi-
dences.
Due to the four presentations of
the floorshow, two each night, the
tickets are being sold in four dif-
ferent colors, one for each per-
formance. The tickets will be used
for admission to the Cab as a
whole, and the stubs will serve for
admittance to the designated flor-
show.

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Tea: 4:30-6 p.m., for all Foreign
students and American friends.
U. of M. Young Republican
Club: 7:30 p.m., Union. Agenda:
Discussion CED policy, and plans
of Big Ten Conference. Refresh-
ments.
Alpha Phi Omega: Special meet-
ing, Kalamazoo Room, League.
'Ensian picture will be taken.
Last tryouts for the French Play:
3:30 to 5:15 p.m., 408 Romance
Language Bldg. Any sto2ent with
some knowledge of the French
language may participate.
U. of M. Theatre Guild: General
meeting, 7:30 p.m., League.
Druid: Meeting, 10:30 p.m.,
Union Tower.
Ruth Seabury-Christian Edu-
cator and Lecturer, 8 p.m., Univer-
sity Lutheran Chapel, 1511 Wash-
tenaw. Topic "Christians in the
New Japan." Everyone welcome.
Michigan Gothic Film Society :
Meeting, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
theatre. A feature-length film will
be shown, Peter Lorre in "M"
(German, 1931), directed by Fritz
Lang. Members will be required to
show their membership cards.
U. of M. Marketing Club: Meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., 130 Business Ad-
ministration. Guest speaker.
Attorney General Stephan Roth.
Everyone invited.

logg Auditorium. Sponsored by the
Audio-Visual Education Center
and the University Extension Serv-
ice. No charge for admission.
Sociology Club: Meeting of the
proposed Sociology Club, 3-4 p.m.,
Fri., Dec. 9, ABC Room, League.
Westminster Guild: Friday eve-
ning squirrel cage. Christmas Par-
ty. Church recreation hall, 8:30
p.m.
Economics Club: 7:45 p.m., Mon.,
Dec. 12, Rackham Amphitheatre.
Dr. Wilford J. Eiteman, Professor
of Finance, will speak on "A Pat-
tern for a Realistic Price Theory."
Graduate students and staff mem-
bers in Economics and Business
Administration, and other inter-
ested persons invited.

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Young Democrats: Meeting, 7:30
p.m., Kellogg Auditorium. Speak-
er: Attorney General Stephan
Roth. Everyone invited.
United World Federalists: For-
um, "Is U.S. Foreign Policy Pro-
moting World War III?" Union,
7:30 p.m. Participants: Dr. Ken-
neth Boulding, Dr. Marshall Knap-
pen, Mr. Henry Bretton and Dr.
John Braumm. Open meeting.
Coming Events,
University Museums: Exhibits ofI
Natural History, open to students
and the general public, Museums
Bldg., Fri., Dec. 9, 7 to 9 p.m. Mo-
tion pictures: "How Nature Pro-
tects Animals," "Snakes Are Inter-
esting," and "Birds of Prey," 7:30
p.m., 3024 Museums Bldg.
Film Program for students, fac-
ulty, and the general public. Cross
Section of.Central America-Guat-
amala and Highlands of the Andes
-Peru, 4:10 p.m., Fri., Dec. 9, Kel-

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