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March 14, 1951 - Image 5

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Senior Women To Hold Supper
Rosebowl Theme Will Prevail;
Past 'U,_Days T o Be Recalled



Union Schedules Coffee Hour,
Open House, Campus'Dance

,., Senior women will be busy dur-
mg the next week making plans
for the annual "Senior Supper" to
be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, March
22 in the League ballroom.
Based on a "Rosebowl to Rose-
bowl" theme, this year's event will
provide the senior women with an
opportunity to review their past
four years of college life, while also
sporting for the first time the sen-
ior's mark of distinction, a mortar-
FOLLOWING the traditional
dinner, scenes from the class of
'51's JGP and Soph Cabaret will be
presented, and the annual march
Club Manager
Reveals Top
Bowling Scores
Bowling Club Manager, Barbara
Krause, has announced that Vir-
ginlaPersons achieved the highest
bowling score in the club last se-
mester with a total of 176 points.
Miss Persons, Ann Alway and
Jan Ayers had the three top aver-
ages for ten games. These were
132, 128 and 118 respectively.
Eighty-seven coeds were mem-
bers last semester and bowled
weekly over a 6 week period.
Club activities have resumed this
semester. New members may still
Join. All interested coeds may par-
ticipate. No previous skill or ex-
perience is required.
Dues are the same as last semes-
ter, $3.50 for ten games. Miss
Krause asks that dues be turned
in to her by Thursday. She will be
available between 4 and 5 p.m.
tomorrow at the bowling alleys in
the WAB

of the women across the stage of
the ballroom will be held.
At this time, the married wom-
en will carry candles, the en-
gaged ones suck lemons and
pinned women will sport straight
pins on their suits.
Those women who have re-
mained free in the matrimonial
race will toss a penny for each
year of their age in the wishing
well to be erected on the stage.
* * *
FOLLOWING the dinner festi-
vities, the women will march to the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre for the
first presentation of this year's
During the entire evening's
events, the seniors will wear
their mortarboards for the first
time. The caps may be rented at
Moe's Sport Shop for $1 plus $1
Dental Hygeinists , and nurses
may also wear their caps.
gowns are being eliminated this
year to cut down on expenses and
allow more women to participate,
said Mary Lou Scanlon, publicity
Patronesses for the affair will
be: Dean Deborah Bacon, Dean
Elsie R. Fuller, Dean Sarah L.
Healy and Dr. Margaret E. Bell.
The list continues with: Miss
Marie D. Hartwig, Miss Patricia J.
Reed, Miss Gale Huntington, Miss
Rhoda ,F. Reddig and Mrs. Alice
J. Russell.
Regent Vera B. Baits, Dr. Laurie
E. Campbell, Mrs. Walter B. Rea
and Mrs. Edith M. Wheeler.

-Daily-Malcolm Shatz
GET THE RIGHT ANGLE-From left to right, Beverly Fullerton,
Jane Little and Marilyn Hammer are shown trying on their mor-
tar-boards In preparation for the annual "Senior Supper" to be
held Thursday, March 22 in the League ballroom.
Designer Offers Timely T
On 'At Home' Hat Remodeling

Curious Coeds To See
All Corners of Building
Women may satisfy their curi-
osity as to the inner workings of
the Union at the Union Open
House to be held from 1 to 5 p.m.
With every nook and cranny of
the building open to feminine pry-
ing, Bill Burke, general chairman,
promises an entire afternoon of
entertainment to those attending
the events.
Starting off with the semi-finals
in the pool and billiard champion-
ships at 1:30 p.m., students at-
tending the event may also watch
the finals to be held at 3 p.m.
WANDERING through the
building from the championships
to the various shows to be present-
ed, students-may inspect the Inter-
fraternity Council Offices as well
as the Student Offices and Union
Once they have arrived at the
ballroom, students may view the
General Motors "Preview of
Progress" show at which such
scientific subjects as jet propul-
sion will be explained in terms a
layman can understand.
While still in the mood for tak-
ing in shows, members of the cam-
pus may then take a peek at the
preview of JGP's "It's the Pay-
off." This will be the first time that
JGP has ever participated in a
Union Open House.
* * *
WISHING TO view some mer-
maids, students may then wander
down to the Union pool where
some of the members of Michifish
will stage an aquashow.
The wandering souls may then
come to a rest in the North Lounge
where a mixer will be held featur-
ing the music of the Art King
Providing a musical atmosphere;
the combo will play both slow and
"jive" numbers for students who
wish to take a few whirls around
the dance floor.
Free refreshments will also be
served at the mixer.
'Club' To Hold
Popular songs of recent years
will provide an atmosphere of
memories at the "Little Club"
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Fri-
day in the second floor dining
room of the League.
Bob Leopold and his combo will
play such old time favorites as
"Stardust" and "Smoke Gets in
Your Eyes" for those students
wishing to dance to slow and
dreamy numbers.
Those who prefer to "cut a
rug" on the order of dance styles
popular 20 years ago, may do so
when the band breaks out in some
rapid fire Charleston numbers.
To provide more room for those
populating the dance floor, Several
tables will be moved out this
week, thus enlarging the floor
Admission is $1 per couple for
those attending for the entire
evening, and those attending after
10:30 will be charged 74 cents.

'U' Regents Will Attend SOCKS-BELTS --POLISHES
FaCulty-Student Event LACES - SHOtBAGS
Ranging. from student-faculty N W E 'ST NIIS O S37
faculty coffee hours to the weekly NOW ! MEN'S TENNIS SHOES 3.75
membership dance, a week of acti-
vities has been slated by the Union.
Starting off with a Student-SHER
Faculty coffee hour to be held
from 4 to 5 .p.m. today in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League, 1209 South University
the Union, in co-operation with
the League, is providing studentsi ____ __--
in the speech department and
School of Music with an opportu-
nity to meet their instructors on
a friendly and informal basis.
Approximately 70 student lead-
ers will attend the coffee hour to 6
be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, <
in Rooms K, L, M, and N of the
In addition to the student lead- To cut or not to Cut--
ers of the campus, the Board of that is the question for
Regent will also be attending the
event which has been arranged to spring! Let us create
provide students and their leaders the hair-do most becom-
with an opportunity to discuss
their mutual aims and problems
on an informal basis.
Concluding the week of activity
will be the regular Union member-t
ship dance "Shamrock Shuffle" to .'aCOP-e
be held from 9 p.m. to midnightU
Saturday in the ballroom of the 601 East Liberty
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Members of the make-up com-
mittee of JGP will meet at 3 p.m.
today in the League. Attendance
is required.
* * *
Members of the singing chorus
of JGP will meet for a rehearsal
at 4 p.m. Friday in the League.
Those who cannot attend must
contact Margaret Strand.
A JGP combined rehearsal of
Act 3 will be held at 7 p.m. today.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

New spring styles may make last
year's hats look out-dated but they
can easily be brought up to date
with a little time, a needle and
thread and a knowledge of the
latest fashion trends.
Tips on the latter are offered by
one designer who suggests two
styles that are particularly adapt-
able for home or dormitory re-
modeling. These are the asym-
metrical, interest-on-the-side hats,
which are favored this spring, and
the face-hugging little hats.
* * *
THERE ARE many ways that a
hat can be altered to give the il-
lusion of up-to-the-minute styling.
Through minor changes, the basic
lines of the hat are still retained.
One way to accomplish this is
through the addition of new
trimmings. A wide variety of
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Annual subscriptions for "new
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veilings are available, ranging
from the coarse, stiff ones to the
fine spider-webs with interesting
Feathers are also appropriate
for bringing life to an old hat.
Many new hats feature them in
lavish display. They may be tacked
to the sides of last year's calot or
to a velvet helmet left over from
fall wear.
* * *
THE FLAT CROWN of an old
hat can be built up by a length of
matching material made into a fat
doughnut and perched on top of
the hat. Cotton batting serves well
for a firm stuffing.
For a pillbox silhouette, the
doughnut of material is pulled
forward to the hairline at the
forehead. A glitter pin at the
center front will add on the face
A bi-cone shape, similar to this
year's Spanish influenced hats can
be achieved by making the corners
of the doughnut longer.
For dressier occasions, a net coil
can be donned before the hat. A
of veiling deaded with jet which
will confine the hair and cover the
ears is easy to make.
Small hats which were worn on
the back of the head last year can
be brought to the face by the addi-
tion of veiling and ear coverings of
matching fabrics.
Badminton Tourney
Badminton tournament play
will continue from 8 to 9 p.m.
today at Waterman Gym.
Those whose names begin with
A through B will play at 8
p.m., C through D at 8:30 p.m.,
H through J at 8:45 p.m. and
S through Y at 8:15 p.m.

systems are among G.E. develop.
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College' graduates at General Electric are working on
some of the nation's most vital projects
The rocket that rises above White During 1951 more than 30 pe,
Sands, N. M., contains a device that cent of G-E production will com-
reads 28 instruments every thirty- prise projects like these... the de-
fifth of a second and transmits its sign and construction of equipment
reports to earth. It was developed to help fill America s military needs.
by G-E engineers ... The General Electric engineers,
Special communications systems physicists, and other specialists
for civil defense are being under- sharing in these projects work with
taken by G-E electronics engineers... the assurance that their contributions
The newest class of Navy heavy are meaningful and important. Their
cruisers gain their power from talents and skills, further developed
30,000-horsepower propulsion tur- through d-E training courses, are
bines built by General Electric .. . standing the natiog in good stead.



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