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9, 1951 WAGE FIVE

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The social calendar is "bustin' out all over" with a record number
of parties this weekend.
"Card sharks" will be on the loose tonight at Williams House.
Residents of the house and their dates will engage in a tournament
to test their skill at bridge, pinochle and other card games.
AEPI'S ARE NOT letting the sudden return of winter weather
bother them. They are going to have a picnic, complete with all the
trimings tomorrow night. As a concession to the elements of Nature,
however, they are holding the picnic indoors, and decorating the house
to give a picnic atmosphere, including "ants."
"KISS ME SAM" (a take-off on "Kiss Me Kate") will be one of
the main attractions at the Phi Sigma Delta's "Red Sox Slide." Slid-
ing through the door, couples will abandon their shoes for an evening
with the "red sox."
SHIP-WRECKED BETAS and their dates will suffer their plight
complete with proper atmosphere-a water-filled basement.
BLUE-JEANED and plaid-shirted couples will swing out in a rolick-
ing barn dance tomorrow night at the Chi Phi house and in Lloyd
House, West Quad.
"EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE, all around the town ... " ZBTs will
be transported to New York, where they will take in the sights and
.sounds of the big city.
THETA CHI COUPLES will get a chance to do some of those things
i;they have always wanted to do, but never had the nerve for, at the
fraternity "supressed desires" party.
GAY PARISIEN SPIRIT seems to have hit several houses this
Trigon's "Sorri6 de le pig allt" will be presented amid the back-
ground of the French quarter.
CHECKERED TABLECLOTHS and gay umbrellas will invite Phi
Rho Sigmas and their dates to enjoy the pleasures of a Paris cafe.
^ * * *
DELTA UPSILONS and residents of Michigan House will also
descend to "French Cellars" tomorrow night.
"SHUR'N BAGORIN" St. Patrick won't be forgotten by Triangle
fraternity. Couples will drink his health in green punch in an Irish-
green atmosphere.
BRIGHT FLOWERS and trees will help Sigma Pis and their
dates welcome the coming of "Spring."
CHARLIE CHAPLIN MOVIES, gambling games and record danc-
ing will provide entertainment at the Phi Psi "come in any costume
you want to" party.
DELTA SIGMA PIS will gamble away tomorrow night in the
"wild and wooly West."
BIRTHDAY CAKE, party hats and kiddie games will help Sigma
Chi couples celebrate the birthday of Tina-the fraternity's dog.
IN HONOR OF ITS NEW PLEDGES Alpha Xi Delta will hold a
"rushing party" tomorrow evening. Pledge pins and pledge paddles will
--set the mood.
Don't forget! It's coming
soon - that important
wedding, birthday or Q
Q EIBLERS can help you remember with somne
fine gift suggestion'
JEWELRY - We have the most popular -
nmakes of watches and the latest in ear
rings and necklaces. n
SILVERWARE - Give sparkling silver. 0'
k We suggest serving dishes, meat trays,
vegetable dishes and tea sets for a lovely
~ gift.
308 South State Street
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Fever Signs
Hit Students
Experts predict a snowfall, but
professors, taking a look at the
decline in classroom attendance,
foretell the approach of spring.
Munching ice cream cones, stu-
dents will soon start making
tracks to campus, the favorite part
of which is better known as the
Arb, and picnics will .once again
be the social event of the day.
Crew cuts will soon be all the
vogue again, and white bucks
stand a chance of being exposed
to a bit of polish. This latter sug-
gestion refers to the weaker sex
also, for with the transition of
white bucks to female feet, the
men are being given a close race
for the honors in messy footwear.
Saddle shoes and loafers also
need facelifting once in a while,
and spring often brings stuents
the initiative to undertake this
gigantic task.
Cotton dresses and raincoats
will also soon be brought out of
the mothballs, especially the wet
weather gear when the Ann Ar-
bor spring downpours begin.
Bake Sale
Kappa Alpha Theta alumnae
will hold a bake sale from 8:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow at 209
S. Fourth Ave. Among the
goods to be sold are cakes,
cookies, pies and candy. Mrs.
Terry Kirkpatrick is chairman
for the sale.

Military Men, Dates To Gather
At Union for Traditional Dance
Pershing Riflemen To Present Exhibition;
Paul LaVoie, Orcjhestra To Provide Music

Tonight, is the night for Mili-
tary Ball.
Gleaming insignias and gold
braid will set the mood as Michi-
gan ROTC men take over the Un-
ion Ballroom from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
for their traditional dance.
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UNDER A ceiling of maize and
blue, the main ballroom will be
dominated by emblems of the four
branches of the armed forces
which will be put up around the
Through the "bulkhead" doors
of the small ballroom, it will be
"ship ahoy." The interior of the
room will be decorated to cre-
ate a shipboard atmosphere.
Paul LaVoie and his orchestra
will provide the musical back-
ground for the event.
present an exhibition in the use o
the rifle during intermission.
The dance is open to all RO-
TC men, National Guard and
officers in the armed forces.
It has been announced by the
committee that there are also a
limited number of tickets avail-
able to the public.
Military men' who are attending
the dance are to be in uniform
while men not in uniform are to
wear tuxedos.
"The committee has been work-
ing hard to make the dance a suc-

cess," said Hank Tyson, general
chairman, "and we feel that this
year's Military Ball will be one
which is long remembered as
among the best."
WAA Tourney
To Be Started
The annual WAA women's sin-
gles badminton tournament will
get underway tomorrow.
Athletic managers were to have
turned in lists of those wishing to
participate, and only coeds who
have signed up to play will enter.
The schedule has been arrang-
ed as follows: those whose last
names begin with A through B
will play from 2 to 2:20 p.m., C.
1 through 13from 1:45 to 2:05 p.m.,
f E through G from 3 to 3:20 p.m.,
H through J from 1:30 to 1:50 p.-
m., K through L from 3:15 to 3:35
p.m., M from 3:30 to 3:50 p.m.,
N through R from 2:45 to 3:05 p.-
m., and S through Y from 2:15
to 2:35 p.m.
It is important that those enter-
ing come at the specified times
that the tournament may be run
, off smoothly.
Tournament manager Mona
Pick requests that coeds who are
- unable to play tomorrow call her
- at 2-3203.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
BLUE MOOD-Blues numbers will be the feature of the evening when the Association of Inde-
pendent Men opens the "Little Club" tonight. Couples above are shown -dancing at the opening of
the club two weeks ago. The campus nightclub is to become a weekly student nightspot.
* * * * * * * *

AIM_'Little Cl
Tone of the evening will be p
"blue" when the Association of 74
Independent Men presents "Blues
Night" at the "Little Club" to be
open from 8:30 p.m. to midnight t
today in the second floor dining n
room of the League. ci
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ub' To Present Blues Night'

.m. admission will be lowered to
4 cents.
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his dance out" may do so at the
Lmerous tables decked with
hecked tablecloths which will be
laced around the edge of the
ance floor.
Whiskey bottle candle hold-
ers on the tables will complete
the Dixieland atmosphere. Cou-

pies who tire of dancing may
also visit the refreshment stand
to be set up in the club.
In keeping with the programs
offered by the big town bistros,
the club will also have a floorshow
featuring a pianoduet by Nancy
Alles and Jane Ebner who will
play such old time favorites as
"Cruising Down the River" and
"Sleepy Lagoon."


numbers as "Basin Street Blues"
and "Bye Bye Blues" will be fea-
tured by Bob Leopold and his
combo who will furnish the musi-
cal atmosphere for this campus
The club is being sponsored
by AIM to provide students with
a place to dance either through-
out the evening or after the
early movie or sports event.
Admission will be $1 per couple
for those who patronize the club
the entire evening, and after 10:30
Martha Cook
Honors Coeds
At a formal Scholarship Dinner
yesterday Martha Cook Building
residents honored 17 women in
the building who attained the
highest sholastic averages for last
Deana Deborah Bacon and Mr.
and Mrs. I. M. Smith were guests.
Silver spoons were presented by
Mrs. Leona Diekema, house direc-
tor, to the girls with all 'A' records.
Gardenia corsages were given to
the other honored women and
the women guests.
Those honored were: Joyce Win-
ter, Gloria Hile, Joan Streifling
and Marie Diamond, who received
4:0 averages.
Those women who received av-
erages ranging from 3.9 to 3.5
were: Ellen Dodge, Beth Smilay,
Nancy Symons, Alice Shannon,
Grace fmink, Lois Sieber, Eugenia
Wells, Barbara Lawson, Cather-
ine Clark, Alice Mencher, Lois
Conkwright, Frances Smith, and
Virginia Gray. -


Both Aquamarine, Bloodstone
Hailed As March Birthstones

March is the month of the lion
and the lamb-and the aqua-
marine and the bloodstone.
With the coolness of its tone
and the suggestion of depth of
emotion, the aquamarine is well
chosen as the birthstone for
March, a month which marked
the birth of many great names,
ranging from famed scientists to
inspired painters.
S* s
gem related to the emerald, is the
choice of many because of its un-
usual beauty. It has the depth
and tone of sea water, and like
the sea, it varies in the intensity
of its color.
It is a jewel which is becom-
ing to both blondes and brun-
ettes because of the sublety of
its color and the ease with which
it harmonizes with many color
There are few legends connect-
ed with the blue-green beauty of
the aquamarine.
Coed l Cat G n/' __
Petitioning - Petitions for jun-
ior posts are due at 5 p.m. today
in the Undergraduate Office of
the League. It is requested, by
the interviewing and nominating
committee that interviews be
signed for when petitions are
turned in.

The spectator look in a
by Joyce
A casual with squared-off toe, low-level
heels, and a.new side buckle treatment.
It's smooth calfskin smartness forms

that it was worn by the High
Priest of the Second Temple. Ac-
cording to "Vision of Piers the
Plowman," a poem written about
1377, the wearer of aquamarine
was miraculously protected from
the ravages of poison.
The blobdstone is dark green
chalcedony spotted with red in-
clusions of jasper. This gem
gets its name from an old leg-
end which holds that a piece
of green chalcedony lay at the
foot of the cross on which
Christ was crucified and some
of His blood fell on the stone
causing the red inclusions.
Graduate Student Mixer
Will Be Held Tonight
Dancing, bridge, and canasta will
highlight the graduate students'
mixer slated from 8:30 to mid-
night today in the Rackham As-
sembly Hall.
The Graduate Council, sponsor
of the event, has obtained a band
featuring Paul McDonough at the
piano. Refreshments will be

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