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THEMICHIGANDAILY

FAGS

Wyvern Members
Tap New Initiates

Chanting the traditional "Damn,
damn, damn to Michiguama,"
members of Wyvern, junior wom-
en's all-campus honorary society,
last night wound their way
through women's residences and
campus buildings tapping 20 new
members.
Clad in yellow sweaters and
brown skirts, with yellow ribbons
in their hair, the old members
swooped down on new members.
Presenting them with their sign of
tapping, a yellow ribbon, they then
carried the newly tapped with
them on their rounds of houses.
Initiation ceremonies took place
at 7 a.m. today in the chapel of
the League. New initiates will be
identified by the yellow and brownI

garb they will sport throughout
the day.
Those honored with membership
in the society were selected on the
basis of scholarship, leadership
and service activities.
The list of new members in-
cludes: Sue Alderman, Phyllis
Bettman, Miriam Blau, Anna Ma-
rie Breyfogle, Barbara Bos, Alice
Bogdonoff, Frances Brown, Ann
Englander and Karen Fagerberg.
Also tapped were Vonda Genda,
Eleanor Suslow Hope, Mary Hut-
chins, Janet Netzer, Ann Plump-
ton, Sue Popkin, Jacqueline Schiff,
Betsy Smith, Marian Swanson,
1 Teri Youngman and Virginia Voss.

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Styles and Colors
to choose from
k for the
ROCKWELL
bre

Slide Rule Ball
To Be in Union'
Engineering School
To Feature Apparatus
The proverbial tool of the engi-
neer will suspend from its ordi-
nary mechanical activities to pro-
vide atmosphere for the annual
all-campus Slide Rule Ball from
9 to 1 a.m. on Friday, May 2, in
the Union Ballroom.
The semiformal dance present-
ed by campus engineers will be
the scene of much engineering
feats including decorations of ac-
tual apparatus from the engineer-
ing department.
. One feature of the decorations
will consist of a reciprocating air-
plane engine stripped of its metal
covering to allow laymen guests
to see the inner workings of the
instrument.
An osciloscope will also be on
the scene to record voice waves on
a screen which will illustrate dif-
ferent sizes of waves as the voice
is raised or lowered.
Going along with the theme a
huge slide rule will be suspended
above Clare Sheppard's band to
remind dancers that the "rule"
reigns for the night.
Tickets for $2.25 per couple will
be sold in the Technic office from
now until the day of the dance.
They will also be available at
stands by the Engine Arch when
the Technic goes on sale April 29
and 30.
Chairman of the dance is Tech-
nic Editor, Jack Edick. Other
committees are headed by Eldon
Klaassen, finance; Gorden Fox,
tickets; Lawrence Mack, decora-
tions; Ellen Bird, patrons; Marge
Maurer, programs; and publicity
by Pi Tau Sigma.
Michigras
50,000 additional paper nap-
kins will be available to Michi-
gras groups from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. today in the Union Stu-
dent Offices.
They will be sold on a cash
basis, and cost $1.16 per 1,000.
House groups may go into the
Field House for construction of
booths at 7 a.m. today, and
must be out by midnight. From
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. chairs, tables
and stands will be distributed.
From 7 a.m. to noon tomor-
row groups may continue Field
House construction. Everyone
must be out by noon when fire-
proofing of booths will begin.
At 5 p.m. tomorrow the Field
House will be opened for parti-
cipants, and their tickets will
be collected at the center door
of the Field House.

Tomblinson - Holdridge
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tomblinson
of Flint announce the engagement
of their daughter, Marjorie Ellen,
to James L. Holdridge, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Holdridge of Ypsi-
lanti.
Miss Tomblinson is a junior in
the School of Nursing and Mr.
Holdridge is a graduate student.
* , *

Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Steinhardt
of Detroit announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lillian
Alice, to Paul C. Paris, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Russell H. Paris of Ton-
awanda, N.Y.
Miss Steinhardt is a junior in
the literary college and is affiliat-
ed with Delta Zeta Sorority.
Mr. Paris is a senior in the
Engineering School.

Coed's Weddings, Engagements Announceda

Steinhardt - Paris

BEAUX AND BELLS:

Committees for Interfraternity
Council' Ball, to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. May 17, have been
announced by the Central Board.
Co-chairmen of the all campus
dance are John Messer and Sam
Deyo, both members of Delta Sig-
ma Phi fraternity.
Tennis Club
Members of the Tennis Club
will meet at 5:10 p.m. today in
the Large Lounge of WAR

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IFC Ball Committees Picked
By Board; Heads Announced

Sigma Chi is represented by
Sandy Robertson, chairman of the
band committee and by Rusty Car-
lisle, head of publicity.
Chairman o f building and
grounds committee is Jack Snyder
and head of decorations is Don
White, both of Theta Xi.
Chairman of booths is Jack Ray,
Kappa Sigma; programs and pa-
trons is Dick Tinker, Delta Tau
Delta. Tickets chairman is Eli
Schoenfield, Tau Delta Phi.

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PAR ROHRING
Rohring - Gach
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rohring of
Benton Harbor have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Patricia Ann, to Dr. Lewis Gach,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil T. Gach,
of Romeo, Michigan.
Miss Rohring is a senior in the
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts. She is affiliated with
Alpha Xi Delta.
Dr. Gach is a graduate of the
University Dental School and is
now instructing there. He is a
member of Delta Sigma Delta,
dental fraternity.
The wedding date is set for June
22, in Benton Harbor.
J llcI'o4anpu4
INTERNATIONAL TEA-Inter-
national Center will hold its week-
ly tea from 4 to 6 p.m. today in
the Center's rooms in the Union.
Everyone is welcoime to attend
the tea and meet the foreign stu-
dents enrolled at the University.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT-There
will be a meeting of all women in-
terested in participating in the
all-campus women's tennis tour-
nament at 5:10 p.m. today in the
WAB. Those unable to attend the
meeting may contact Barbara
Wildman, 2-2543, before Friday.
TENNIS CLASS--Because of the
great demand, the Physical Educa-
tion Department has opened
another elective tennis class which
will meet Friday at 3:20.
There are still a few openings
in the class and women may regis-
ter immediately in Office 15 at
Barbour Gymnasium.
The class will begin Friday.
Women Voters
The League of Women Voters
will hold an organizational
meeting at 4 p.m. today in the
Chapel of the Michigan League.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

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Miss Wells is a senior in the
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Mr. McGaw is a senior in the
engineering college.

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