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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FNI

FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1950 PAGE FlY]
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Panhellenic
Will Present
Rushing Plan
Future Rushees
To Be Informed
Of NewSystem
Panhellenic's rushing program
will be launched next week when
prospective rushees meet enmasse
at 7:30, Jan. 11, in ,Rackham
Amphitheatre.
The compulsory meeting is de-
signed to provide those women
who are interested in rushing with
the information they may desire
or need to know.
* *
AFTER A welcome speech by
Betty Jo Faulk, president of Pan-
hellenic Association, Rushing
Chairman Marilyn Flynn will ex-
plain general rushing procedure.
The new counseling system,
organized to aid rushees, will
also be explained. The ten
counselors who have been train-
ing for their jobs since fall, will
then be introduced.
The night of the meeting has
been set as a tentative registration
date for all coeds who are in-
terested, or who think they will be
interested, in rushing.
A FINAL registration will take
F .*r place at the beginning of the
spring semester.
Transferstudents as well as
eligible freshmen, sophomores
and juniors will find the mass
meeting informative. Eligibility
rules and details on the honor
system will be given.
x Before the meeting begins
rushingrbooklets, published by the
Panhellenic Association, will be
A distributed. The handbooks were
presented for the first time last
year, and were designed to aid
coeds during the rushing period.
THEY INCLUDE an explana-
tion of eligibility rules, a com-
plete calendar, a list and short
description of the sororities and
a table of expenses.
Prospective rushees who are
puzzled about what to wear or
who are wondering about hous-
ing and membership will find
the rushing booklet a handy
guide.
This year the booklets have
been revised to include informa-
tion on the counseling system.
JGP Tryouts
To Continue
Tryouts for parts in the annual
Junior Girls' Play will continue to-
day and tomorrow in the League.
Junior women may sign for 10-
minute auditions in the League's
undergraduate office.
Singing, speaking and dancing
tryouts will take place from 3 to
6 p.m. today. Models will tryout
from 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow,
while specialty acts will come be-
tween 2 and 5 p.m. tomorrow.
Tryouts for speaking parts only
will also be held from 10 a.m. to
noon and from 1 to 6 p.m. tomor-
row.
Coeds who are ineligible this
semester but who expect to be-
come eligible and sophomores.who
will be juniors next semester may
tryout.
The first JGP was staged in
1904 in Barbour Gymnasium. The
theme of the play, which is tra-
ditionally held in the latter part
of March, is kept secret until the
first performance is presented

privately for the senior women.
Tutor Service
To Discontinue
Until Next Term
The Merit-Tutorial office of the
League has announced that after
today there will be no tutors avail-
able for students for the rest of
this semester. A notice as to the
beginning of the tutoring service
for next semester will be posted
at a later date.

Betrothal Announced

Crisp Cottons
To Feature
H igherHems
Resort fashions, now in most
women's stores offer a preview to
what will be worn when summera
rolls around.
Smart shoppers are making
their selections .of summer attire
now when crisp cotton dresses

Faculty Member Spends

Vacation

Attending Florida Aquatic Forum

look their prettiest and
look of individuality.
:* *!

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One University faculty member,
who expected to outwit the weath--
erman by spending her Christmas
vacation attending a national
aquatic forum in Florida, found
to her dismay water not only in
the swimming pool but also pour-
ing down from the heavens.
Miss Betty M. Spears, assistant -
supervisor in physical education,
attended the tenth annual Wom-
en's National Aquatic Forum from
Dec. 20 to Jan. 1 in Hollywood,
Fla.
ALTHOUGH she is now acting
as program chairman, Miss Spears;
has been elected chairman of the
Forum for the years 1952-1954.
Approximately 155 women
from all over the United States
and Canada took part in the ac-
tivities which included group
and panel discussions, poolside
talks, demonstrations and woik-
shop sessions.

LECTURES by experts in fields
such as swimming, diving, syn-
chronized swimming, camp-
waterfront work and canoeing
were also given. Miss Spears cited
as noteworthy, a lecture by a man
from Egypt who explained the
strict water program in his home
country.
One of the most interesting
parts of the Forum, Miss Spears
said, was the unusual program
on conditioning and exercises
for swimming.
Another outstanding demon-
stration and discussion was given
on the modern dance foundation
of synchronized swimming:
"Swimmers are orphans borrow-
ing from modern dance," she
said. A great deal of synchronized
swimming is done by the Michi-
fish, she added.
Miss Spears explained that
"the Forum is a very interesting
project to participate in, but it

DONNA MAXWELL
Holiday Engagements Told

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Maxwell of'
Detroit announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Donna to
Richard McWilliams of East
Cleveland December 30 -at a buf-
fet dinner held at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. B. Heyns of the Clifton
Manor Apartments in .Detroit.
Donna is a senior in the School
of Dental Hygiene. Dick is a ju-
nior, majoring in Journalism
and is a member of Phi Gamma
Delta.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
L. R. McWilliams of East Cleve-
land, Ohio.
Hechtman-Orley
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hechtman
of Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter Sally
Ann to Graham Orley, son of Mr.

and Mrs. George Orley, also of
Detroit.
Miss Hechtman is a sophomore
in the literary college and a
member of Sigma Delta Tau. A
spring wedding is being planned.
Crawford-McConnell
The holiday season set the
background for the engagement
announcement of Joyce Crawford.
to John McConnell.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Craw-
ford of Detroit have announced
their daughter's betrothal. Mr.
McConnell, the son of the William
McConnell's of Cincinnati, is a
senior in the University. He is
affiliated with Delta Tau Delta.
The bride-elect formerly a t -
tended the University.

NEWEST NEWS in resort styles
is the hemline which is definitely
the shortest it's been for three
years. Fashionable length for
summer dresses will be thirten or
fourteen inches from the floor,
or just calf-length.
Cottons for 1950 have an air
of femininity and are designed
to be worn for any occasion.
Most startling is the return of
sleeveless, basc kless dresses
which were popular in 1923.
Featuring a high, peter-pan col-
lar and full, full skirt this
sleeveless fashion is much more
elegant than the former vogue.
Fbr the opposite extreme, a
prominent designerthas created a
new narrowed look for resort or
town wear.- Shown in washable
Irish linen, the dress features a
mandarin plunge neckline, very
narrow skirt and button accents.
WASHABLE plaid gingham is
used in a dress for more casual
wear. One style shows an apron
effect of scallops, accenting a
skirt of graceful fullness. Its
buttoned bodice with a wide,
spread collar is a nice balance for
the full skirt.
Many summer styles combine
such interesting fashion notes
as out-size pockets, button de-
tail from collar to hemline, and
a popcorn-shirred elasticized
bodice.
One New York designer covers
a narrow, camisole-topped sun-
dress with a belted Parisian jacket.
The jacket features raglan sleeves
which will also be popular in
summer suits.
* * *
ANOTHER sun-style features a
cap-sleeved blouse that buttons to
a tiny round collar and ties at the
waist. The blouse is worn over a
draped-bodice sundress with a full
skirt of unpressed pleats.
Most styles are shown in wash-
able chambray, broadcloth and
linen. Although pastel shades,
mostly pink, are most important
they are interspersed with colors
such as true orange, turquoise and
shrimp red.
White and off-white are being
shown as well as beige with a
golden cast.
WAB Rifle Club
To Meet Today
Members of the women's Rifle
Club will meet at 4 p.m. today in
the WAB in preparation for the
shoulder-to-shoulder match with
the ROTC rifle group to be held
Wednesday.
Additional practice times will be
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
afternoons with the match ending
club activities for the season.
Members may pay dues at the
meeting today.

She expressed surprise at the is difficult to lay down any con-
number of students attending. crete results. The most valuable
"There were representatives from part is the opportunity to meet
almost every Big Ten school," she outstanding persons in the field
said. and to exchange ideas."

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New Year's Eve was the last
fling before finals for many stu-
dents as the campus population
prepares to hole up and ignore
everything but dusty textbooks
and illegible lecture notes.
A few houses, however, have
planned informal parties as this
semester's social season steadily
nears an end.
AT TAU DELTA PHI's prison
party "Jail Break," barred win-
dows and a heavy iron gate will
help protect the house tomorrow
from just such an occurrence as
that suggested in the name. In
one room guests may view a
rogues gallery, where the most
dangerous criminals in the land
will be pictured. Traditional pri-
son food consisting of bread and
water will be served. A skit cen-
tering on the penitentiary theme
will help amuse the inmates.
ANDERSON HOUSE has slated

an informal record, dance and
-television party tomorrow as the
last of its social events until
February.
A BRAND NEW phonograph
will be initiated by the Theta Xi's
and their dates at a record dance
tomorrow.
ENTERTAINMENT by "mem-
bers at large" and refreshments
will be featured tomorrow at Phi
Tau's record dance.
JORDAN HALL residents will
entertain their dates at an "in-
formal night" today. Dancers will
wear jeans or sweaters and skirts.
Refreshments will include marsh-
mallows roasted over log fires,
coffee and doughnuts.
INFORMALITY will also per-
meate Alpha Delta Phi's record
dance tomorrow.

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