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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Coeds Needed
As Counselors
Positions Now Open
For Girls' State Work
Positions as counselors for the
eleventh annual Wolverine Girls'
State are being offered to Univer-
sity women students.
Wolverine Girls' State, which is
sponsored by the American Legion
Auxiliary, will be held from June
19 to 26 on the University of Michi-
gan campus.
* * *
COEDS who are interested in
working with outstanding high
school students from all over the
state of Michigan, may contact
Mrs. Robert Moffett, chief coun-
selor of Wolverine Girls' State, at
Barbour Gymnasium.
Arrangements will be made at
that time edcerning applica-
tions and interviews. The women
selected will receive $20 plus
room and board during the con-
vention.
Counselors will have the oppor-
tunity to participate and adminis-
trate in a nationally recognized
program, designed to stimulate
high school students to take a deep
interest in home and community
life.
. WOLVERINE Girls' State will
offer group planning and leader-
ship for the physical education and
social work majors as well as for
counselors interested in dramatics
and recreational music.
Activities in this program of
leadership training and develop-
ment, include guidance, instruc-
tion and demonstration in
household arts, home economics,
hospital work, dramatics, fine
arts, physical education and ac-
tivities in other relater fields.
Last year 238 girls attended the
session. Every year each counselor
is assigned to a town consisting of
about 14 students from various
high schools.
The girls were housed at Stock-
well Hall, and used the Palmer
Field recreation facilities.
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Songs,

Movie,

COMBO TO ENTERTAIN:
IFC To Feature Harry James

Lloyd Hall Plans 'May Magic';
Theme To Feature Mardi Gras

Acts Featured
At arbParty'
The "great outdoors" will serve
as a setting for the last activity
of the co-sponsored WAA and Un-
ion Tennis Ball weekend.
An "arb party" will be held Sat-
urday; May 19. It will climax a
weekend of planned events which
will feature a dance on the Pal-
mer Field Tennis Courts and a
"Wolverun Derby."
THE "ARB PARTY" will be
held in the natural amphitheatre
of the Nicholas Arboretum. An
evening of entertainment, featur-
ing a movie, group singing and
specialty acts is planned which
will be free of charge.
Refreshments will be avail-
able during the evening.
"Topper's Return" with Ronald
Coleman and Billie Burke will be
the featured movie.
* * *
GROUP SINGING during the
evening will be led by the Men's
Glee Club. Other acts including
singing and comedy routines will
be featured.
Jeans and informal dress will
be appropriate for the outdoor
party, according to the party
planners.
This year's "arb party" is the
first one to be held. Tennis Ball
was held two years ago but it was
not followed by weekend activi-
ties. This spring's outdoor festi-
vities and "Wolverun Derby" have
been added as new events. The
weekends are planned for the al-
ternate years that Michigras is
not held.
Co-chairmen for the "arb par-
ty" are Jerrie Mauralo and Raffie
Johns.

"Heavenly-Hellishness' will pre-
vail at IFC Ball tomorrow from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. in the IM Building.
I The out-of-this-world atmos-
phere will be carried out in the
decorations. "Angels and Devils,"
clouds and flames, fire and brim-
stone will make it alternately
"hot" and "Heavenly" for couples
attending the dance.
Harry James and his Music Ma-
kers are on their way from Hol-
lywood to play for the dance.
Weddings &
Engagements
Holmes - Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Holmes
of Escanaba have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Eunice, to Ronald H. Johnson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer E. Johnson
also of Escanaba.
Miss Holmes is a junior in the
School of Nursing. Mr. Johnson is
a junior in the business adminis-
tration school and a member of
the Men's Glee Club..
Loeffler - Byrd
Katherine Loeffler's engagement
to Roger A. Byrd, son of Mrs.
Julia Byrd of Georgetown, N.Y.,
has been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Loeffler
of Delancey, N.Y.
Miss Loeffler is a graduate in
the School of Public Health and is
affiliated with Zeta Tau Alpha
sorority.

Their program for the evening
will be designed to appeal to all
musical tastes.
Featured attractions will , be
Corky Corcoran on the tenor sax,
Willie Smith, alto sax, Juan Tizol,
The central conunittee for
IFC Ball has announced that
women should not wear flow-
ers to the dance.
the valve trombone and Louie
Bellson, the drums.
Entertainment between num-
bers by James' orchestra will be
provided by Chuck Stauffer's
combo. "This is a new seven piece
group which can play anything
from Dixieland jazz to sweet 'n
sentimental stuff," according to
Sandy Robertson, publicity chair-
man for the dance.

Residents of Alice Lloyd Hall andE
their 'dates will find themselves
in the midst of the Mardi Gras at
their spring dance, May Magic,
which wil be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight on Saturday, May 19 in
Lloyd Hall.
This dance is one of the two
annual semi-formals which are
sponsored by all four houses of
the dormitory.

programs; Joyce Lindberg, re-
freshments; and Lore Leidig, ar-
rangements.
The dance, which is semi-formal,
is open only to residents and alum-
nae of Lloyd Hall and their guests.
The tickets are priced at $2- and
are now on sale in the dormitory.
Miss Bouwsma has announced
that all men attending the dance
will receive boutonniere favors.

Decorations will include such
things as masks on the walls and
park scenes to portray the color
and excitement of the Mardi Gras.
Gerry Bouwsma is the general
chairman for the dance. Ot - r
committee members are Violet
Rosenow, Dolores Silver and Mar-
jorie Mowrer, publicity; Marty
Hoke, decorations; Harriet Kopel,
entertainment; Marilyn Garrett,
tickets and finances; Alice Field,

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SPRING FLING

W.A.B. Sat., May 11

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES-Members of the League Board
of Representatives pour coffee for candidates seeking League
executive board and interviewing positions for next year. The
informal coffee hour provided a means of getting acquainted with
the petitioners before final elections were held yesterday.
CURTAIN CALL:
Students Obtain Theatre Jobs

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Two U-M Student Players will
entef professional theatre work
this summer, and a third has
been offered positions according
to Marie D. Miller, executive di-
rector.'
Burt Sapowitch, '51, president
Dance Ticket
Sale TV Begin
Tickets will go on sale Monday
in the Administration Bldg. for
the annual Senior Ball.
Traditionally a senior dance,
the tickets will be sold exclusively
to seniors the first two days be-
cause the number of tickets avail-
able is limited.
Tickets are to be sold for $3.60,
and sales will be open to all cam-
pus following the senior sale days.
The dance, to be held from 9'
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 25, in
the Union Ballroom, will be in-
formal this year. Senior Ball will
be the last big dance of the school
year.
Hal McIntyre and his orchestra
will provide the music.
Decorations will include panels
on the walls showing different
phases of college life. Some decor-
ations will be used in an attempt
to predict what as in store for the
future.

and producer of the Student Play-
ers during the past year, plans on
returning to his job as assistant
stage manager of the Circle The-
atre in Orangeburg, N.Y., if the
army doesn't change his plans.
* * *
THE NEW president of the
Players, Carroll A. McCortney, '53,
will appear in "Captain Brass-
bound's Conversion."
This is the Shaw comedy
starring Edna Best and John
Archer which will open the 1951
Drama Season.
Anthony Georgilas, '53, was
chosen as the new member of a
company of 35 playing . at The
Denison Summer Theatre a t
Granville, O., this summer.
MRS. MILLER cited that it was
"not at all unusual" for members
of the Student Players to work in
professional theatre during the
summer or as a career after gra-
duation.
"The Student Players are not
operated or financed by the
University (though we receive
a great deal of helpful advice
and cooperation from them),
and the membership isn't ne-
cessarily constant-anyone can
join," said Mrs. Miller.
Since the Players were organ-
ized in 1948, she said, two or three
members have received positions
in professional companies.

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