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Assembly Line Is Out Today;
IssueFeatures Dorm Life
Independent women will find,
copies of the "gala" mid-year edi-
tion of Assembly Line in their
mailboxes this morning.
The paper is an Assembly Asso-
ciation project which works to
bring independent women on
campus closer together. The idea
for having such a paper began last
year but actual publication did
not start until this semester.
ASSEMBLY LINE features stor-
ies on dorm life and events. Some
of the features of today's issue
include a story on coed room dec-
orations, the hard life of a bus-
boy, and the East Quad radio
station which has devoted time to
an Assembly Association weekly
Also included in today's issue
will be a comment on women's
hours and the telephone system
in the dorms.
The high cost of lithographing
has restricted the output to three
issues this semester but next year
Assembly hopes to make it a regu-
lar, permanent project.
Cinderella To See
Lloyd Hall Dance
Cinderella decorations will set
the theme for the Alice Lloyd Hall
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
Glittering chandeliers and
drapes will transform the main
lounge into the ballroom where
Cinderella meets her Prince
Another lounge will feature fig-
ures of Prince Charming putting
the slipper on Cinderella's foot.
Before the dance coeds will pre-
sent their "Prince Charming"
with boutonnieres, and during the
intermission refreshments will be
.Practice for the Maize team
floor show will be held from
3 to 5 p. m. this afternoon in
CONTRIBUTIONS for the paper
from any Assembly member will
be welcomed by the editors. These
include letters, poems, short stor-
ies, features or comments.
The Assembly Line staff is
composed of an editor, Donna
Hendleman and assistant edi-
tor, Nancy Willbrandt. Report-
ers on the staff are Alex Bar-
zani, Marie Diamond, Betsy
Drake, Mary Elmore, Beki Fa-
genbaum and Eve Kadden.
Other reporters are Arvene Kim-
mel, Eileen Schulak, Joanne Wax-
man and Barbara Wood.
The Head letterer is Adele
Huebner, and cartoonists are
Anne Dixon, Judy Shirmer and
Music in a tropical mood will
be provided for the men of Gom-
berg House of South Quadrangle
and their dates at a semi-formal
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
The dance will be in the down-
stairs dining room of the quad and
decorations will carry out the
theme of a tropical nightclub.
The 'Caribbean Room,' as it is
named, will have tropical flowers
and goldfish for decorations. Or-
chids flown from Hawaii are in-
cluded in the price of tickets.
Ted Smith and his orchestra
are to provide the music for danc-
Gomberg House has invited the
women in their sister dorm, Stock-
well Hall, to attend the dance
with their dates.
The ninth floor observation
deck will be open for couples to
look out over Ann Arbor between
The committee plans to serve
two Mexican dishes. 'La papa
trozza' and a beverage called
'jingibre cerbeza' are on the menu
for couples attending the dance.
ON iTHIE IHOUSE
Spring has once again made an appearance on campus, and with
signs of Spring come promises of a weekend full of activity before
everyone packs up for vacation.
Alpha Epsilon Pi will journey on a "Jungle Safari" tonight com-
plete with grass floor, native rituals, and pineapples.
* * * *
PROCEEDING Odonto Ball, Alpha Omega will hold a dinner at
the house, while the Theta Xi's will entertain their dates with an an-
nual spaghetti dinner before the Union Opera.
Scheduled after the Opera is the Theta Chi indoor wiener roast
with couples dancing to the music of Ted Tylicki and his band. Fol-
lowing their visit to the opera tonight, members of Kappa Sigma will
entertain their dates at an informal record dance at the house.
Tomorrow night's agenda boasts of numerous pledge formals.
Chi Phi's "Cotton Ball" will take place on a plantation and feature the
Cotton Pickers Quartet.
EARL PEARSON'S band will provide the music for the Theta Xi
pledge formal amidst a sidewalk cafe scene, while Alpha Chi Omega's
formal will lbe based on an old-fashioned theme with music by Bob
Traveling to the Orient, the Phi Gamma Deltas will present fans
as favors to their dates. Alpha Sigma Phis will entertain their fra-
ternity brothers from other campuses at a dance featuring Johnny
Kendrick and his band.
Complete with sailor costumes and a submerged refreshment bar
Acacia will hold a Shipwreck party while a 'Suppressed Desire" Party3
is being planned at the Phi Kappa Sigma house,
* * * *
TRIANGLE'S western costume party will boast of a gambling
casino. Tau Delta Phis and their_-
dates will get rigged up in square
dancing outfits. I
Union To Be Scene
Of 'Fractured French'
"Fractured French" is the theme
of this year's Odonto Ball to be
given in honor of the senior den-
tal students from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tonight in the Union Ballroom.
Murals will depict the "Frac-
tured French" theme and a huge
Arc de Triumph is to form the
backdrop for Claire Shephard and
Master of Ceremonies, Leon T.
Fogel will represent a French cafe
keeper and, refreshments will be
served from a sidewalk cafe.
. Gardenias are to be given as
favors and six door prizes of prac-
tical dental equipment will be
awarded the holders of the lucky
The dental formal, which will
also commemorate the School of
Dentistry's 76th anniversary, is
open to dentistry students, hy-
gienists, faculty members and
Late permission will be granted
for the dance.
MONTH - END
Tau Kappa Epsilon will holl
their annual "Red Carnation"
Ball in the League with music
by Hugh Jackson and Sigma
Nus will dance to the strains of
Paul McDonough and his band.
AMONG the open houses
scheduled for tomorrow are being
planned by the men of Michigan
House, and Newberry Women.
The Kappa Deltas will also
be holding open house tomor-
row when members of the In-
ternational Center visit the
Women may register for
spring athletic classes today
from 7:30 a. m. to noon and 1
to 4 p. m., and tomorrow from
8 a. m. to noon at Barbour
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