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Y 25, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MkH1GA-DA.T

College Days'
To Set Theme

C

f Senior Ball
Union To Be Scene
Of Dance Featuring
Music of McIntyre

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"I want to go back to Michigan
This refrain will be uppermost in
the minds of seniors at tonight's
Senior Ball as they look over their
four years at the University.
- * * * a
THE ANNUAL DANCE which is
usually restricted to seniors only,
is open to the entire campus this
year. It will be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. in the Union Ballroom.
Hal McIntyre and his orches-
tra wil lprovide the music. Saxa-
phone solos by the maestro and
vocals by Sunny Gale will high-
light the evening.
Decorations have been designed
to carry out the "college days"
theme. Murals and panels will de-
pict familiar scenes of bygone
years, and there will be an attempt
to foretell what is in store for the
future.
PREVIOUSLY, Senior Ball has*
always been formal, but this year
r "dressy" but informal attire will
be worn.
Tickets for the dance may be
purchased for $3.60 from 1 to
4:30 p.m. today at the Admini-
stration Bldg. They will also
be on sale at the door.
Last year's Senior Ball was also
held at the Union. It was formal
and featured the music of Don
Pablo and his orchestra.
The special events committee of
the senior class is planning the
dance this year as one of their
-main functions.

Campus Club
Begins Plans
For FallTerm
Student Players Pich
Executive Committee
To Convert Policies
Members of a committee to write
a new constitution for the Student
Players were appointed Wednes-
day night.
At an executive meeting of the
organization Sue Nasset, '54, Millie
Vinitsky, '54 and Dave Edwards,
'52 will draw up a new constitution
to take the place of obsolete poli-
cies drawn up in 1946.
In 1946 the Student Players
started as "The Little Theatre of
Willow Village."
"SINCE THEN," said Miss Nas-
set, chairman of the committee,
"the Players have developed into
a strong, integrated group."
"They provide recreation and
valuable experience to stidents
who are interested in theatre,
but who cannot devote too much
time to it," she continued.
Originally the organization was
largely a club. for veterans and
their wives. The group is now open
to anyone.
* *
BECAUSE OF the change in
b m~rhin tha rmifttP felIe

Increasing in popularity as the
summer season approaches, stoles
are one of the featured fashion
articles in stores and magazines.
Formerly stoles were worn only
with formal dresses but now they
have been adapted to the most
casual wear. They give a dramatic
touch to any new dress and, more
practically speaking, provide a
cunning disguise for an old outfit.
Stoles are found in a variety of
styles. Even the most amateur
seamstress will find them easy to
make.
One of the easiest and least ex-
pensive models is made by ,hem-

STEALING THE SCENE:
Fashions Accented by Stoles

ming or binding a length of pretty
lace, silk or handsome cotton.
Lengths vary but three yards is
about the most useful amount. It
allows the wearer to drape and
tie to the limit of her imagination.
Shaped stoles which mimic the
popular "little firs" in cape silhou-
ettes are also useful additions to a'
wardrobe. One idea would be to
contrast white lace with a bright
taffeta lining and wear either
belted or loose.
There are a variety of ways in
which stoles can be worn with an
outfit.

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-aily-Roger Reinke
EXAMINATION DAZE-The haggard expression on the face of
Ken Cutler, '54, seems to intimate that he needs a break. He says
that the Bluebook Ball tomorrow night should be just the thing to
relieve those exam time blues. The dance will end the semester's
activities.
*, * * *'
BLUEBOOK BREAK:
Semi-Annual Ball To Provide
Escape from Final Cramming

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Students will have an opportuni-
ty to folow the psychologists' ad-
vice to avoid cramming for exams
at the Union's semi-annual Blue-
book Ball to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Union
Ballroom.
At the same time couples can bid
farewell to Frank Tinker and his
band who will be playing at the
Union for the last time. Tinker

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will graduate in June from the membership, tine 111k1iuVi
dentistry school. that a new constitution is neces-
sary.
A COLORFUL false ceiling and Among the changes in policy
huge bluebooks will decorate the is a section providing for the
ballroom and create an academic annual election of three officers,
atmosphere. including president, vice-presi-
Large blackboards in the hall- dent and treasurer, who with
way leading into the ballroom Marie D. Miller, executive direc-
will give studious students an tor, will comprise an executive
opportunity to brush upcon their committee.
last minute math calculations
between dances. Provisions will also be made for
This year's Bluebook Ball will the issuance of membership cards,
feature various contests such as Under the new constitution mem-
elimination dances in which cou- bership may be retained only by a
ples will vie for the many prizes student who is working on some
which are being offered. phase of at least one of the sea-
* * son's three productions.
DANCERS will also have a Another policy change will be
chance to rate their dates by fill- the appointment of the production
ing out the blanks on the miniature manager of the Players. Previously,
bluebooks that will be given out as that office has been elected.
programs.
Tickets for the dance are
$1.50 and can be purchased at Play Collection
the Union. A collection of the plays be-
Jerry Freeman is general chair- ing presented by the Drama
man of the ball. Aiding him are season has been compiled at the
Larry Price, entertainment; Sol League Library. Those desiring
Gregory, decorations; Dan Schech- to read the plays will find them
ter, publicity, and Ken Cutler, pro- there.
grams.
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