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19, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Weekly Dance
Will Introduce
Spring Theme
'Clean Sweep Ball'
To Feature Dancin g,
Half-time Floorshow
Spring may seem to have dis-
appeared from the campus, but
students will have an opportunity
to practice up for the season's an-
nual cleaning project by attending
the "Clean Sweep Ball" to be pre-
sented from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
Dressed= in strictly informal at-
tire, couples will have the oppor-
tunity to mentally develop "house-
wife's knee'' when they view the
ballroom.
* * *
THE ROOM will be decorated
n a manner reminiscent of the
dirt and grime discovered during
each spring cleaning session.
The task will be mental,
though, because Frank Tinker
and his orchestra will provide
danceable music for those who
prefer the lighter side of life.
Just as the ambitious housewife
takes a break from her duties,
students will have an opportunity
to rest from their dancing during
the intermission entertainment
program.
* * *
ALEX POPP will 'play well
known piano selections, and sing-
er Fran Morse will also be featur-
ed on the program.
Master of ceremonies will be
Fred Yaffee.
Union members in charge of the
dance include Norm Zilber, gen-
eral chairman; Dick Demmer, de-
corations, Joel Baron, entertain-
ment and Jerry Freeman, publi-
city.
Admission will be $1.50 per
couple.

SUDSING SECRETS:
Laundering Pa
No Longer Pre
By LORRAINE BUTLERI
Because colorfully patterned
scarves have become high-ranking
favorites in the accessory line this
year, the problem of washing this
type of neckwear has arisen.
There are a few tips which will
help destroy any woman's fear

June Nina Kerns will become the bride of Alvord S. Goldman on
July 14 at the Covenant Club in Chicago, Ill. Their engagement has
recently been announced by Miss Kern's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack F. Kerns of Chicago. Mr. Goldman is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Goldman of Detroit. He is a junior in the School of
Business Adninistration and is affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity. Miss Kerns is a sophomore in the literary college.
PRETTY PUMPS:
New Summer Shoes T Sport
Variety -in Color, Style., Fabric

Honor Society
Ind uct s Coeds
Alpha Lambda Delta
Initiates Freshmen
Initiation ceremonies for Alpha
Lambda Delta, national freshman
women's honorary society, are
slated for 9 a.m. Sunday at the
League.
Fifty-seven women who have at-
tained grade-point averages of 3.5
or above will be taken into the
group.
Dean of Women Deborah Bacon,
who will be initiated as an honor-
ary member Sunday, will be ap-
pointed faculty adviser for Alpha
Lambda Delta.
Following the ceremony, a
breakfast for new initiates and
election of officers will take place.
Prospective initiates are: Joan
Bachman, Helen Beatson, Phyllis
Bettman, Beverly Blair, Marcia
Blumberg, Alice Bogdonoff, Nancy
Bonvouloir, Ann Broman, Eliza-
beth Brophy, Mary Ann Chac ares-
tos, Nancy Davis, Barbara Dowd,
Janice Everett, Karin Fagerburg,
Lois Fink, arxd Ann Frank.
The list continues with: Bev-
erly Goerke, June Granstrom, Eve-
lyn Grossman, Ann Hatch, Frances
Hill, Charlotte Hoyt, Mary Cather-
ine Hutchins, Shirley Ind, Doreen
Kollenberg, Noami Lemkey, Sibyl
Lutz, Roberta MacGregor, Milli-
cent McIntyre, and Mary Malcolm.
Others are: June Miekka, Su-
zanne Miller, Marion Nowlin, Shir-
ley Perin, Barbara Petrie, Margaret
Plumtom, Catherine Ries, Marion
Sanders, Lois Solinger, Joan St.
Denis, Marian Swanson, Shirley
Swinson, Cynthia Vary, Carolyn
Von Voightlander, Suzanne White,
and Roberta Wood.
Among the others are: Teri
Youngman, Rita Levine, Phyllis
Peterson, Kathleen Bond, Beverly
Faught, Iris Leja, Bernice Ozya,
Joy Xenis, Frances Skaff, Patricia
McVeigh and Ann Stevenson.

itterned Scarves
lsents Problem
that the pattern will run. These
tips will aid her in successfully
washing all of her colored scarves.
* * *
THE FIRST hint to remember
is that speed: and gentleness are
the best allies in sudsing any scarf.
Even scarfs with non-fast
colors usually wash better when
this simple plan of washing is
followed.
First, the neck-piece should be t
quickly swished, several times
through 'warm soapsuds. If the
scarf is badly soiled, it should be
washed a second time in clean,
fresh suds and then rinsed in clear
tepid water.
TO DRY, the scarf should be
rolled in a clean turkish towel, in
order to remove moisture and pre-
vent contact stains which some-
times occur when a scarf is hung
over a line.
This manner of drying also
eliminates the danger of one
color running into other parts
of the design, as often happens
when scarves are hung up. This
quick drying is the best protec-
tion against running since there
is no excess, uncontrolled mois-
ture.
The next step after the towel-
rolling is to iron the scarf. If it is
still too damp to iron, it should be
shaken for a minute in a warm,
airy place.
Then the scarf is ready to be
pressed on the wrong side with a
not-too-hot iron.
[WAA Notices~

Winneg - Posen
The engagement of Leona Cecile
Winneg to Albert M. Posen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Posen of De-
troit, has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Winneg of Brockton, Mass,
Miss Winneg is a senior in the
literary college where she is major-
ing in, sociology. A member of
Senior Society, Miss Winneg is

Coeds' Betrothals Announced

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By ATHENA SAVAS
One of the prettiest shoes for
summer will be the color touched
shoe, usually in all fabric or often
in a combination of leather and
fabric, predicts one fashion expert.
A feeling of lightness, coolness
and delicacy are all kept in the
opera pump or stripling or ankle-
strap sandal.
RATHER THAN choosing a
matching or contrasting color shoe
for a costume many designers re-
commend that a white or natural
shoe be worn with several color
accents.
One white linen pump has eye-
let openings on the vamp in the
shape of petals.
In the center of each cluster is
a center, of color in kid leather.
Many colors are available, blue,
gold, or red.
* * Es
THE SAME IDEA is also evident

in the crossed heel applique on the
heel and vamp of a natural shan-
tung pump.
Pale tints of yellow, pink, and
blue are used for color.
An new fabric that is remark-
ably cool is stressed in another
check effect shoe. I
* * *
IT IS MADE of an alternate
white and color rayon fabric that
looks like finely woven straw.
Coming in four new color
combinations, it shines like
shantung.
According to a fashion expert, it
will 6V available in black with
white, blue or brown with white, or
a blend of red, white and navy.
* *' *
A FASHION that promised to be
a best summer seller according to
one fashion writer is the sunset
stripling sandal.
It goes well with most summer
costumes and are lightweight.
It comes in soft kid in a variety
of colors.
Included are blue with royal
blue, gray with black, red with
emerald, blue with yellow, gray
with yellow, blue with fuschia,
gray with chartreuse, melon with
aqua and natural, and brown with
melon and beige.
Shiny Clothes
To keep summer clothes looking
smart and fresh, wash them often
in soap detergents, and iron on
the wrong side to prevent shiny
appearance. The use of a press
cloth on the right side will assure
a smooth finish and still elimin-
ate the shine.
Summer Color
Wondering what to wear this
summer that will be cool and still

LEONA WINNEG
* * * e
also chairman of the Social Action
Department of the Student Religi-
ous Association and chairman of
the summer project office and
N. S. A. Travel Bureau at Lane
Hall.
Mr. Posen attended Wayne Uni-
versity and is affiliated with Phi
Alpha fraternity.
A late summer, wedding has been
planned.
Alden- Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Alden of
Detroithave announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Pris-
cilla, to George Philip Anderson
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George P.
Anderson of East Lansing.
The engagement was announced
recently at an open house at the
bride-elect's.home.
Miss Alden is doing graduate
work in clinical psychology. Mr.
Anderson is a senior in the medi-
cal school and is affiliated with
Phi Rho Sigma.
The couple plan to be married
June 23 in Detroit.
Morton - Bowers
To be married June 23 in Kala-

Softball Tournament
All coeds scoring for
tournament will meet;
today in the Fencing
Barbour Gym.
* * *

Scorers -
the WAA
at 5 p.m.
Room at

mazoo are Ruth Morton and I UI J. U 1LU1 1
Donald Lloyd Bowers.
The engagement has been an-
nounced by the bride-elect's par-
entsMr.and Mrs. Owen Morton
of Kalamazoo. Mr. Bower is the Positions are open on the Pan-
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bowers hellenic Board for six new mem-
of Akron, Ohio. bers, including five senior women
Miss Morton was graduated from and one junior.
the School of Nursing and is now Petitions for the positions. are
enrolled in the School of Public due at 5 p.m. tdmorrow in the Un-
Health. She has spent two years as dergradtiate Office of the League.
a visiting nurse and at present is Posts open to petitioners are
the dormitory nurse at Mosher president, first vice-president, sec-
Hall . ond vice-president, recording sec
Mr. Bower is a graduate of the retary, treasurer, rushing chair-
University of Akron and is pow do- man, and chairman of counselors.
ing graduate work in the School of Chairman of , counselors is the
Busines Administration. He is af- only position open to junior wom-
filiated with Phi Sigma Alpha and en.
Phi Delta Theta. Duties for all the positions have
D * * been revised this year, and Jane
Ha by tTopper, this year's president of
H amb~y - Poller Panhel, has suggested that pros-
The engagement of Jean L. pective candidates read the re-
Hab o JnamenT otr J as Lvised list, which is posted in the
Hamby to James T. Potter has Undergraduate Office.
been announced by the bride- Petitioners are requested to sign
elect's father, Mr. O. 't. Hamby of up for an interview upon turning
Highland Park. Mr. Potter is the in their petitions.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis J. Potter
of Madison, Wisconsin.
Miss Hamby is a graduate of the
School of Education and Mr. Pot-
ter is a sophomore in the School of
Architecture and Design.
The wedding date has been set
for June 30.
League Will Sponsor
Series of Coke Dances Preparation that Pays
Gibbs secretarial training leads to im-
With the opening of the new portant jobs, impressive salaries. Girls
Rumpus Room in the basement of rom 225 senior colleges are now attend-
the League, a series of coke dances, ng the five Gibbs schools.
free to all couples, is being in- Write Colge Courre Dean for catafo
augurated. Ka th arin e Gib s
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Reservations must be paid for by Friday noon.
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Softball Club-Interested coeds
will meet at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow on
Palmer Field for the first active
meeting. New members are invited.
Club Manager Diana Lahde asks
that participanlts come dressed to
play.
* * *
Michifish-Club Manager Janet
Dewey asks that i=mbers meet
regularly at scheduled times at the
Union Pool.

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