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,sux,1 naaZ n, ""z O THE MICHIGAN DAILY


Lloyd Women
Will Present
Cinderella Ball
"Cinderella Ball" will be the
theme of the Alice Lloyd Hall
dance to be held from 9-12 p. m.
Saturday, March 29.
The main lounge will be trans-
formed into the ballroom of the
palace where Cinderella meets
Prince Charming. There the
couples will dance amid palatial
drapes and chandeliers.
Other lounges will be approp-
riately decorated to tell the story
of Cinderella's adventures. The
"Fairy Godmother" will be there
to transform pumpkins and rats
into a carriage and horses.
The lounge will furnish the tale
with figures of Prince Charming
putting the slipper on Cinderella's
Coeds will present their "Prince
Charming" with boutonnieres.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
Joyce Lindberg and Pat Woodlock.
Other chairmen are as follows:
Joan Glover, decorations; Phyllis
Koran, publicity; Hallie Mehler,
refreshments;%Nancy Karnischky,
programs; Renie Sherman, enter-
tainment; Frances Kirschenbaum,
patrons and patronesses and
Sophie Kontas, tickets.

Michigan Men's Glee Club
To Appear at Local Theater

Personal Appearance
To Supplement Movie
"Songs of Colleges," a movie
short featuring the Michigan
Men's Glee Club under the direc-
tion of Philip Duey along with
other college glee clubs, will be
shown at a local theatre tonight
through Wednesday -night.
In conjunction' with the film,
the Glee Club will make a per-
sonal appearance at 9:15 p. m.
today and will sing some of the
songs in person.
The short, which is written and
produced by a Michigan alumnus
and former Daily sports editor,
Burton Benjamin, '39, will feature
scenes from various campuses
while the Glee Club sings the
appropriate college song in the
Filmed last May in front of
Clement's Library by RKO-Pathe
the movie will appear all over the
world. It will be seen at 8,000
theatres by an estimated 40,000,-
000 people.
At the same time that this
movie was made, a separate short
was filmed of the University band.


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for use in the "This is America"
Among other features, the band
short showed how bandsmen are
trained, the planning and execu-
tion of a football show and a con-
cert in front of Rackham Building.
Part of the movie was filmed at
the 1950 Michigan-North Western
Some of the songs which the
Glee Club will sing in the movie
and in person will include "Mich-
igan Men" "Varsity", "Yellow and
Blue" and "I Want To Go Back
To Michigan".
Center Holds
Diance Classes
Twice a week coeds from the
sorority houses and women's dorms
who have volunteered as partners
for the foreign students attend the
International Center's d a n c e
classes from 7 to 8 p. m. Tuesday
& Thursday evenings.
These women serve as hostesses
for the students -from other coun-
tries who wish to learn American
dances and music.
The coeds on campus undertook
this project early last fall in co-
operation with Panhellenic Associ-
ation, the individual dormitories
and Miss McCormick, social di-
rector of the League who also
serves on the Board of the Inter-
national Center.
The idea was originated among
the women themselves and an
alternating system of volunteer
service was set up where by 200
coeds give 230 volunteer hours.
This activity has given an op-
portunity for campus women to
visit the International Center and
become acquainted with the many
other activities that take place
The foreign men have gained
a chance to meet a cross section
of campus women and to feel more
integrated into campus life and
American customs.
Since many new foreign stu-
dents have recently arrived on the
campus to start the spring semes.
ter, the "dancing diplomats" are
continuing the dance project.
Mrs. Paul Kordas, professional
instructor has begun lessons in
the fox trot, rhumba, tango and
A new calendar of dates has
been set up for the cooperating'
women's groups and these have
been mailed to each social chair-
man on campus who previously
indicated the interest of her group.

AWS Groups
Discuss Role
Of Activities
Participation Freedom
Stressed in Findings
Of League Convention
Freedom, rather than initiative,
is the important element in induc-
ing women to participate in cam-
pus activities, Prof. Roger W.
Heyns of the psychology depart-
ment said yesterday in his address
before the Associated Women Stu-
dents convention in the League.
Speaking before delegates rep-
resenting colleges throughout the
state, Heyns pointed out that
many women refrain from joining
campus organizations due to fear
of antagonizing other groups by
their actions.
Heyns' speech preceded that of
Jo Ann Grill, treasurer of the
League, who summarized results
of discussions of the two day
"Activating Coeds" convention held
yesterday and Friday.
"Women students have more
power within their own school ad-
ministrations," Miss Grill pointed
out, "than they realize." For this
reason, she continued, they should
undertake more projects such as
teas, assemblies and publications.
Recognition should be given those
who have proven themselves cam-
pus leaders, she stated, by presen-
tations of pins, dinners and, above
all else, verbal recognition. En-
couragement of activities, she con-
tinued, comes from personal con-
tact and publicity.
"An educated woman knows her
worth and does not hesitate," Miss
Grill pointed out, "to place her
training at the service of her .com-
munity." For this reason, it was
stated, women take part in church
groups, political parties and com-
munity organizations.
Following Miss Grill's address,
convention delegates adjourned to
4Lydia Mendelssohn theatre where
they witnessed the matinee per-
formance of the Junior Girls' Play.
Earlier in the day they had toured
the University, League and an ex-
hibit of women's activities on cam-
The convention was opened Fri-
day with a speech by Dean of
Women Deborah Bacon on the im-
portance of women working to-
gether and carrying their findings
back to not only the campus, but
also into their lives, after college.
Regent Vera Baits spoke before
the Friday luncheon meeting.
Estimates Due
For Michigras
Float Expenses
Houses and organizations plan-
ning to enter floats in the Michi-
gras parade are asked to turn in
an estimate of expected costs on
the materials they will need for
construction, according to Gret-
chen Meier, '54, parade co-chair-
There will be an important
meeting at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday for
representatives from the groups
entering floats, and at this meet-
ing prices and purchasing will be
discussed. Questions about float
construction will also be answered
at this time, Miss Meier said,
Estimated bills should be turned
in at this meeting, she added.

Panhellenic Association's Execu-
tive Board has named Sue Giffin,
'53. as Panhellenic rushing chair-
man and Martha Hill, '54, as
chairman of counselors for the
following year.
Members of the Board have an-
nounced these two positions *so
that the chairmen will be able
to start their training programs
immediately in the event that the
formal rushing period is held in
the fall next year.
* * *
OTHER Panhel Board positions
will be announced at Installation
Night, April 28.
The remaining positions in-
clude president, first and second
vice-presidents, secretary, treas-
urer and one appointed post of
chairman of public relations.
Counselors for the next year
have also been named by the

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BASKETBALL - Scheduled for
this week in the WAA basketball
tournament are the following
teams: Tuesday at 7:45 p. m.--
Alpha Phi I vs. Jordan III; Thurs-
day at 7:45 p. m.--Angell I vs.
Barbour I.
SOUTH QUAD - Men from
South Quadrangle will have an
opportunity to meet President
Harlan H. Hatcher and his fam-
ily at a dinner and informal re-
ception today in the Quad dining
room and lounges.
MAIZE -- The Maize "hill-
billies" will invade the campus at
noon tomorrow in the center of
the diagonal. There they will per-
form a skit. Spectators will see
the "hillbillies" do their laundry.
Music Society
'Installs Heads
Recently elected officers of Mu
Phi Epsilon national professional
music sorority will be installed to-
morrow in a formal ceremony.
After the officers assume their
new positions the recent initiates
of the sorority will present a
musicake for the chapter members,
alumnae and patronesses.
The officers being installed are:
Betty Ellis, president; Lenore,
Brooks, vice-president; J o y c e
Roper, recording secretary; Jeanne
and Joanne Kress, co-correspond-
ing secretaries; Mary Seovoy,
treasurer; Lucille Stansberry,
chaplain; Janet Adler, historian;
Nanette Allen, warden; Ruth Orr,
chorister and Faith Cook, alumnae
Fortnite Petitions
Assembly Fortnite petitions
are due at 4 p. m. tomorrow in
the Undergraduate Office of
the League.
Petitions may be of any
length and do not have to be
Coeds are asked to sign up
for interviews, which will be
held from 4 to 5:30 p. m. Tues-
day through Thursday, when
they turn in their petitions.


Board members. Each sorority
house chose two coeds to be inter-
viewed for the counseling posi-
tion. The Board has chosen one
of the two as a counselor.
There are to be 18 counselors
next year instead of ten as there
have been in previous years.
* * *
COUNSELORS are: Betty Bay-
liss, Barbara Belote, Edith Buck-
walter, Mary Doelle, Laura Hoff-
man, Tamara Johns, Judy John-
son, Sue Martin, Shirley Mason,
Barbara Mattison, Ann Reynolds,
Sue Riggs, Ann Schmitz, Sue

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Rushing Chairmen Announced by Panhel Board

Shafter, Jackie Shiff, Barbara
Wagner and Joy Whitman.
Both the counselors and the
rushing chairman of the sorori-
ties will undergo a training pro-
gram this spring in preparation
for an anticipated fall rushing
Counselors will not be affiliated
Blue Teamr
Members of the blue team of
Frosh Weekend will meet at 7
p.m. tomorrow in the lobby of
the League for their rally.

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