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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY27, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FTVE

1952 Style
Assembly Ball
Set forFriday
Semi-formal Dance
Is Planned, Presented.
By Independent Coeds
ith Feb. 29 fast 'approaching,
coeds are taking the advantages
offered by leap year and inviting
the man of their dreams to Assem-
bly Ball, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
League.
The dance is semi-formal,
meaning that women wear for-
mals and men are to wear dark
suits.t
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THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
requests that, in order to relieve
congestion near the checkrooms,
coeds and their dates use the
front entrance to the League on
the Mall.
Tickets are being sold all day
in the League,;and in the dormi-
tories. Members of the ticket
committee expect to sell most
of the tickets by today, but if
there are any left over, they
will be. sold at the door the
night of the dance. Price of the
tickets is $2.50.
Coeds may or may not wear
flowers as they wish. Bouton-
nieres are being sold for 25 cents
by the ticket salesmen. They will
be delivered to the residence halls
the day of the dance. Indepen-
dent coeds who live in private
homes or in league houses may
pick them up in the League on
Friday.

-Daily-Al Reid
COED'S CHOICE-Mary Gratzer pleads with Jack Main to be
her guest at the coed-bid, semi-formal Assembly Ball, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the League.

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Along the line of leap year
traditions, decorations in the
ballroom will feature mythical
Greek goddesses and cupids.
Many other famous femmes
fatales will adorn the second
floor of the League.
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COKE-TAIL parties are being
given in residence halls to enter-
tairi coeds and their dates before
the dance.
Late permission has been
granted for the night of the

dance. Due to the new rule now
in effect, men may remain in
the residence halls until 1:25
on late permission nights.
General chairman of the dance
is Sue Alderman. Other committee
chairmen are Iris Pumroy, fi-
nance; Jan ZurSchmiede and
Evelyn Grossman, publicity; Mimi
Blau and Shyrlee Bloom, decora-
tions; Inez Krause, programs;
Lorraine Baldwin, tickets; Della
Galloway, patrons and Frances
Kochin, building and grounds.

Union To Have
Showing of
ContestPhotos
Pictures from the recent Union
all-campus photography contest
will be displayed in the Union for
one week beginning Sunday.
The showing will include shots
taken by winners in the three
classes of the contest: animals,
still life and scenes and adults
and young people.
A still life scene of the diagonal
in the winter copped the first
place prize in that class for photo-
grapher, Loren Schmid and also
the grand prize for the entire con-
test.
Other class winners were George
Benisek's animal picture and Al
Reid's picture in the adults and
young people class.
The entries in the contest num-
bering over 90 were judged Feb-
ruary 21 by commercial photo-
grapher Mr. Ed Rentschler and
Mr. Eck Stanger, chief photo-
grapher for the Ann Arbor News.
Prizes of five dollars were
awarded to first prize class win-
ners while second andthird prize
winners received four and two
dollar merchondise certificates.
Loren Schmid received an extra
five dollars as grand prize winner.
Prize money was donated by Mr.
Rentschler and Mr. Cliff Dey of
the Ann Arbor News. Merchandise
certificates were presented by a
local drug store.
This was the first year that the
Union has attempted to hold a
photography Contest, but Charles
Jehle '55E, chairman of the con-
test, said that it would probably
become an annual event.
Hillel To Hold
Sunday Supper
"For Sunday Supper that can't
be beat,
Come to Hillel Supper Club for
a real treat."
With this jingle Hillel invites
all students to come to its first
supper club of the semester, Sun-
day, March 2.
The supper lasting from 5 to 7
p.m. will feature kosher delica-
tessan dishes from Detroit, and
will be followed by a mixer.
It will be held at the Phi Sigma
Delta House, 1808 Hermitage. Ad-
mission is 75 cents for Hillel mem-
bers and one dollar for non-mem-
bers.
EUROPE
Have you yearned to visit Paris,
London, Roe Joir a Sita tour
this summer. Bicycle, motor,
fold boat, living -in-families.
study tours. 64-day all ex-
pense-from $500.
SITA
STUDENT'S INTERNATIONAL
TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
NOTE: Carol Collins, State Rep-
resentative, will be on hand to
tell you about SITA in lobby of
Woman's League, Thursday,
February 28 from 11 to 6.

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MUSIC-MAKERS for the an-
nual affair this year are Johnny
Harberd and his orchestra and
Bob Leopold and his combo.

New Dorm Aims atEfficientLiving

By LIZ BARBER
Friendliness, harmony and co-
operation are key words in the
code of living in New Women's
Dormitory, and the whole ar-
rangement seems to be pretty
efficient.
The dorm is divided into four
separate houses, each with its own
council made up of the officers
and a representative from each
floor of the house and chairmen
of standing committees.
* * .
EACH HOUSE has its own social
calendar and budget which is sub-
ject to approval of the Interdorm
Council.
Dues are paid by the residents
of the individual houses, 50c of
which goes to the dormitory as
a whole.
The Interdorm Council is the
culmination of power of the four
houses. It sits in meeting to dis-
cuss Hall policies and to decide
matters of importance to the Hall
as a whole.
IT IS made up of a staff ad-
visor, a president and vice-presi-
dent selected by popular vote of
the whole Hall, the presidents and
a representative of each individual
' house who are chosen by popular
vote in the house, and a secretary-
treasurer who is chosen by the
petition-interview method.
The Interdorm Council re-
ceives the petitions and then
Interviews girls interested in
positions of concern to '"the
whole Hall.
It makes and enforces laws
which are applicable to the Hall.
It also decides matters of Hall
policy and executes those deci-
sions.
* * *
ONE OF THE ideas it put into
practice was the dedication of the
individual house lounges to spe-
cial purposes during the evening.
Angell's lounge is for- the use of

the television, Palmer's for co-ed
study, Hinsdale's for general rec-
reation and the main lounge has
a baby grand piano and a radio-
phonograph for use by the women
and their dates.
Suggestions made in Council
meeting are carried to the cor-
ridor captains of the individual
houses by the house representa-
Teacher-Leaders
Of Gymnastics
To Be Discussed
A physical education convention
will be held from Thursday
through Saturday, March 1, in
Grand Rapids.
The convention will feature as
its topic, "Experiences and Back-
grounds of Good Teacher-Lead-
ers."
Dr. aurie Campbell, of the
University physical education de-
partment, will be the consultant
of health including physical, edu-
cational and recreational health.
She will also be the chairman of
the demonstration section.
Instructors attending the con-
vention are Miss Fritzie Gareis,
Miss Ruth Harris and Miss Betty
Ludwig.

tives and thus are taken to all
the girls. Similarly, suggestions
brought up in corridor meetings
get back to Interdorm Council
by a reversed process. \i
Aside from the Interdorm Coun-
cil, a Hall Judiciary Council, con-
nected with the campus council,
organizes and carries out rules of
conduct for the whole Hall.
* * *
MADE UP OF two representa-
tives from each house plus a resi-
dent, the council also directs
the correction of offenders of
these rules.
The girls on the council assist
the night chaperones in closing
the house.
Through the combined efforts
of these two councils working to-
gether, plus the close cooperation
of the individual houses and their
residents, New Dorm has become
a shining example of self govern-
ment and pleasant living.
Representatives
The Board of Representatives
will meet at 4:30 p.m. today in
the League. The revision of the
election system for League of-
fices will be discussed. The
room number will be posted.

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