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THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Michigan Members of AFCW
To Be Convention Hostesses .

Representatives of member
schools of the Athletic Federation
of Michigan College Women will
act as hostesses to delegates at-
tending the convention of the Ath-
letic Federation of College Women
next week.
Among the speakers scheduled to
address the general meetings is
Dr. Ethel Alpenfels, associate pro-
fessor in anthropology at New
York University. She will discuss
"The H. R. Factor-Human Rela-
tions and Women's Athletics."
4' * * *
DELEGATES will form small
discussion groups on Wednesday
and Thursday to discuss WAA
problems. Topics will include
methods of selecting boards, intra-
murals, relation of organization to
Honor Society
PledgesFiv
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
orary and professional fraternity
x for women in journalism, pledged
five women yesterday afternoon
in ceremonies held in the League
Chapel.
The pledges are: Emily Blair,
Bettina Hoffman, Sally Knapp,
Patsy Parkin, and Janet Zang-
meister.

faculty members, and defense.
Women's Athletic Association in
the community will be discussed on
Wednesday and participation, co-
recreation and social activities
fostered by WAA's on Thursday.
Social life has not been for-
gotten in planning the con-
vention program. Such activities
as an informal banquet, a coke
party and an after-hours pajama
party are planned for the dele-
gates.
Highlighting the social activities
will be a co-recreation night on
Wednesday at the TM Building.
* * *
THURSDAY buses will take the
visitors on a tour of the campus.
Marie Hartwig of the women's
physical education department is
the faculty advisor for the con-
vention. Mary Louise Hook is the
official chairman.
Acting as resouroe persons to
Michigan schools are Nancy Fitch,
registration; Betty Comstock,
housing; Eleanor Doersam, hos-
tess; Sue Rose, entertainment;
MarilynuThisted, statistics and
Barbara Riley, exhibits.
The list continues with Barbara
Molyneaux, co-recreation; Mary
Peterson, publicity; Barbara Sim-
mons, finance, and Nancy Somers,
informal banquet.

Spring Concert
Will Be Given
By GleeClub
Women To Present
Varied Choral Works
In AnnualProgram
The Women's Glee Club, under
the direction of Marguerite Hood,
will present its annual spring con-
cert at 8:30 p.m., Saturday, April
21, in Pattengill Auditorium.
The concert will consist of a
variety of choral works. They in-
clude a group of Latin-American
melodies, songs from the cycle of
Six Love Songs by Brahms, and
numbers from piano literature by
the accompanists, Julia Hennig
and Justine Votypka.
The program will be divided into
three parts. The first will be pre-
sented in traditional, concert style
with the entire ensemble singing.
Another group will feature Ellen
Traxler as soprano soloist.
-The second section will feature
American folk songs of narrative,
nonsense and romantic types.
The final division will consist of
a medley of college songs.
The Women's Glee Club, which
is a League sponsored activity, is
open to all women on campus. Try-
outs for membership are held each
fall.
The Group presents two annual
concerts each year, one in the
spring and one at Christmastime.
A tour through southern Michigan,
Ohio, and Illinois is scheduled dur-
ing spring vacation.
A scholarship is presented by the
Glee Club to an outstanding mem-
ber each year.
The year's activities are ended
with a spring banquet at which
the Service Awards and scholar-
ship are awarded.

Dance To Be
International'

Fabric Preview
Washable cottons will head the,
list of fabric favorites this sum-
mer. Sheer embroidered organ-'
dies, with matching stoles, pol-
ished cottons that look like satin

damask, pique prints combined
with solid pique, chambray, tissue
gingham in bright plaids are only
a few suggestions that will find
their way into the woman's ward-
robe.

Profits To Be
T0 Charitable

Given
Fund

HOPE SCHAIDLER
TROUSSEAU TIME:
Coeds' Betrothals Announced

Highlighting the festivities of
International week (May 12 to 18)
will be the all-campus Internation-
al Ball which will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 18 in
the Union Ballroom.
This year's dance will mark the
ninth annual International Ball.
Proceeds will go to the Foreign
Student Emergency Relief fund.
Decorations and the intermission
stage show will center around an
international theme. The stage
show will feature group and in-
dividual songs and dances from all
over the world.
General Chairman for the dance
is George Zotiades. Other members
of the central committee are:
Giray Atatur, publicity; Betsy
Rosted, decorations; Katherine
Curran, tickets; Marnie Follinger,
patrons; Naeem Gul, programs and
Terry Schweininger, music.
The dance will be semi-formal
and national dress. "We are stress-
ing the national dress," said Zo-
tiades. "American students are es-
pecially invited," he added.
Tickets for the dance are $3.60
per couple and may be purchased
at the International Center, Union,
League,rAdministration Building
and later on the Diag.
You are invited to visit a Katha-
rine Gibbs School during your
vacation. See for yourself the
pleasant, stimulating atmosphere
in which young women are taught
secretarial skills. You are welcome
any time. No appointment neces-
sary. And no obligation, of course.
For illustrated catalog,
address College Course Dean
Ijalharine G b
SECRETARIAL L
NEW YORK 17........230 Park Avenue
CHICAGO 1I....51 East Superior Street
BOSTON 16....90 Marlborough Street
MONTCLAIR, N. ....33 Plymouth Street
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Schaidler - Scott
Mrs. B. Schaidler of Detroit has
announced the engagement of her
only daughter Hope to Gerald
Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Scott
of Grand Rapids.
Miss Schaidler will graduate this
June from the School of Educa-
tion .She is a member of Wyvern,
honor society for junior women,
and of Alpha Chi Omega. She
served as office manager of the
Michiganensian.
Mr. Scott is a graduate of the
Engineering College, and is now
working in Grand Rapids. He is
affiliated With Phi Gamma Delta.
No plans for the wedding have
been made. n
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Decher - Connell
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Decker
of Wheaton, Ill. have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter Jean to Phelps McGee Con-

nell, son of Mrs. T. S. Mead of
Haverford, Pa.
Miss Decker will graduate in
June from the literary college with
a degree in economics. She is past
president of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Connell, who is now work-
ing in Chicago, graduated last
year with a degree in economics.
He is affiliated with Phi Gamma
Delta.
The couple will be married June
23 at Miss Decker's home in
Wheaton.
* * -
Spoutz - Belote
Mrs. J. J. Spoutz of Detroit has
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Sally Jane to James M.
Belote, son of Mrs. G. H. Belote
of Ann Arbr.
Miss Spoutz is a senior and Mr.
Belote a freshman in the literary
school.
No date has been set for the
wedding.

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Winner of the scholastic com-
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Blue Teams of Frosh Weekend
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Blue team triumphing over the
Maize's average by a scant .03.
Blue Team members compiled
a grade average of 2.46 last
semester, in comparison to a
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