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PAGE FIVE

SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

New Officers
To Be Named
In Rackham
Honors To Be Given,
Positions To Be Filled
At Installation Night
Women from all over campus
will gather to hear next year's of-
ficers announced at Installation
Night at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Rackham Lecture.Hall.
Those attending the annual in-
stallation will hear the names of
those coeds who have obtained
positions on the student publica-
tions, WAA, the Women's Glee
Club and in the ,League.
Appointments for the League
include those of the executive offi-
cers, chairmen of the League com-
mittees, orientation leaders, As-
sembly and Panhellenic positions
and central committee members
{ for JGP and Soph Cab.
For the third consecutive year
the officers of the League have
been chosen by the elective process
of the Board of Representatives,
a body which includes members of
each house on campus.
In addition to these positions,
other awards will also be present-
ed.
MacCormick scholarships will be
awarded to women outstanding.in
campus activities and coeds who
have maintained an average of 3.5
throughout college will be pre-
sented with Alpha Lambda Delta
awards.
Concluding the ceremony, Senior
Society and Scroll, senior honor-
aries for independent and affiliat-
ed women respectively, will tap
their new members.
Members of Mortar Board, sen-
ior honorary society for both in-
dependent andhaffiliated women,
will wear their mortarboards,
which they received after being
tapped several weeks ago.
Among those invited to attend
the installation are Dean Deborah
Bacon, Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, Dean
Sarah Healy, Dean Elsie R. Fuller
and Mrs. Ethel Case.
A reception will be held in the
Roundup and Rumpus Rooms of
the League following the official
installation in the Rackham Lec-'
ture Hall. All those who attend will
e> have a chance to meet the new of-
ficers and members of the com-
mittees as well as the outgoing of-
ficers.
Union To Hold
Record Dance
Coeds and their dates will be
able to attend the Union record
dance from 8 to 10:30 p.m. tonight
in the Terrace Room of the Union.
Recordings of top band leaders
and popular song stylists will be
featured at tonight's session.
Union officials stress the fact
that the dances are free of charge
and urge all interested couples to
attend.
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Fashions To Be Shown
At League Open House

WOM

NEW EDITORS-The Board in Control of Student Publications
last night appointed Lorraine Butler (left) as new Women's
Editor of The Daily. A junior in the literary college, Miss Butler
hails from Sebewaing, Mich. Mary Jane Mills (right) was ap-
pointed to the position of Associate Women's Editor. From Endi-
cott, N.Y., Miss Mills is a junior in the literary college. She is
affiliated with Chi Omega sorority.
TRADITIONAL FEUD:
,Annual Dances TO' Be Given
A"-I
By Rival ngineers, Lawyers

SLIDE RULE BALL
The annual Slide Rule Ball will
be presented by engineers from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday in the Un-
ion Ballroom but much action is
in store for the slaves to a slide
rule before the day of the dance.
According to tradition the cam-
pus lawyers will use all legal (and
illegal) ingenuity to discover where
the huge eight foot slide rule has
been hidden by the engineers and
try to cop it for their Crease Ball.
. Last year the engineers were
prepared for any casualties with
three rules on hand. However, the
barristers triumphantly confiscat-
ed two of the mathematical rods.
In the shuffle one of the rules
was lost so this year the engine
men have the job of defending on-
ly two rules.
For the second year in a row
both Slide Rule Ball and Crease
Ball will be presented on the same
night. This fact will add an at-
mosphere of anxious expectation
.to the Union Ballroom as engineers
will have to be on guard at all
times during the dance against in-
vading barristers.
The murals of a Rube Goldberg
type that were designed by mem-
bers of the Engineering Council
last year will again be used to
adorn the walls of the Ballroom.
These works of mechanical art
will produce the desired confused
"mad" effect along with the flash-
es from the oscilloscope that will
demonstrate voice waves on a
screen.
Clare Sheppard's band will pro-
vide the musical moods at the all-
campus semi-formal dance.
Tickets for $2.25 per couple may
be purchased 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 Wednes-
day and Thursday.

CREASE BALL
"Faculty Fantasy," "A Handy-
D a n d y Guide through Law
School," and "Tips on Jurispru-
dence" are typical of articles ap-
pearing in the Raw Review, the
humorous publication which will
be given to couples attending
Crease Ball, to be presented from
9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
League Ballroom.
A take-off on the Michigan Law
Review in which professors give
their views on cases and proce-
dures, the Raw Review is one of
the long, historical traditions of
the law school's formal.
Crease Ball, which is given an-
nually by the Barristers, an honor-
ary law society, received its name
from the appearance of the law-
yers back in the early days
At that time lawyers, who were
called barristers were forced to
struggle for a living and their
trousers, along with the rest of
their torn unkept clothes, were
noticeably lacking creases.
This year, the lawyers' biggest
dance of the season, will feature
the music of Gene Pearson and his
band.
General chairman of the dance
is Burt Perlman with Jim Taylor
as assistant chairman.
Committee members include Jim
Kendall, band; Cash Street and
John Slavens, decorations; Wil-
liam Lynch and Burt Ansell, pub-
licity; Chuck Yench and Pete Van
Domelen, tickets.
Dave Phillips and Gordy Smith
are assisting Joe Stevens and Neil
Lombardi, co-editors of The Raw
Review. The advertising for the
humorous satire is being handled
by Bob Porter with Cliff Dean and
Joe Neath.
Tickets are $2.75 per couple and
may be purchased from any mem-
ber of the Barristers or at the
booth set up in Hutchins Hall.

One of the highlights of the
League Open House to be held
from1 to 5 p.m. next Saturday will
be the fashion show to be spon-
sored by Assembly and dormitory
house presidents.
The fashion show will begin at
1:15 p.m. in the Vandenberg
Room and second floor lounge of
the League. It will be about an
hour in length so that people at-
tending the May Festival concerts
may also attend.
MODELS WILL walk among the
visitors through the north door of
the Vandenberg Room, down the
central aisle and through the
Lounge.
The 26 models will be repre-
sentatives from the various inde-
pendent residences on campus.
Each large dormitory will send
two models while smaller houses
will be represented by one coed.
The list of the models include
Marge Kramer from Cheever, Sally
Bennet from Henderson House;
Marilyn Pefferly, Betty Sherrer,
Stockwell; Nancy Thayer, Erline
Penn, Mosher; Mary Joyce Knecht,
Nancy Isley, Jordan; Joan Glover,
Lois Freedburg, Hinsdale; Lyn
Evans, Jane Harry, Palmer and
Fran Benovitz and Ruth Gilbert,
Angell.
* * *
OTHERS ARE Alice Robertson,
Linda Huntington, Kleinstuck;
Peg Hambley, Pat Kreuser, Vaugh-
an; Dot Dryer, Ellen Van de Vosse,
Newberry; Thirza Millar, Lillian
Tomlin, Barbour and Mary Secan
and Barbara Miller from Cook.
Alberta Cohrt and Anita Hoert
will offer a commentary and dis-
cussion on the fashions being
modeled. Hints will be included
on the colors, accessories and
styles that are shown.
The apparel displayed will be
especially appropriate for the
college campus. Tennis and golf
costumes will be depicted as well
Scroll Announces
Monday Deadline
For Scholarship
Applications for the first an-
nual Scroll Scholarship will be due
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League
Undergraduate Office.
The applications must be turned
in to a member of the Social Di-
rector's staff, and at this time, ap-
plicaits may sign up for interviews
to be held from 3 to 5 p. m. Tues-
day through Thursday.
Any affiliated junior woman Is
eligible to apply for the $100 schol-
arship which will be presented on
the basis of scholarship, leader-
ship, character and need. No defi-
nite scholastic average has been
established, though.
Application blanks may be pick-
ed up any day this week in the
Undergraduate Office.

as apparel for sun bathing, rain
and travel.
ALSO MODELED will be the
proper dress for fraternity parties,
movies, concerts, union dances and
formal dances.
A music backround will be fea-
tured as the coeds model the
clothes.
The central committee planning
the fashion show is composed of
Alberta Sohrt as chairman and
Mimi Blau, Sue Alderman and
Nancy Wright.
After the show, guests may tour
the other rooms in the League. A
ballet exhibit will be featured in
the ballroom and there will be op-
portunity for visitors to dance to
a combo and records.
In addition to this, an art ex-
hibit will be given and skits from
JGP and Frosh Weekend will be
presented. Guests are also invited
to enjoy refreshments in the
Round Up Room.
Other rooms will also be open
for guests to visit in order to ac-
quaint more people with the func-
tions of the League. Members of
the Central Committee especially
urge that May Festival guests vis-
it the League before the concert.
[WAA Notices]
TENNIS - Competition in the
all campus women's singles tennis
tournament will begin this week
with five scheduled matches.
Each pair must play three sets
with the winner of two of these
sets being entitled to enter the sec-
ond round of the tournament.
The winner must enter the re-
sults of each set on the "Draw
Sheet" which will be posted on the
bulletin board at WAB.
The following matches of the
first round must be completed by
5 p.m. Thursday-Marim Levin vs.
Jeanette Scoville; Anne Busby vs.
Barbara Wildman; Nancy Olian
vs. Judy Smale; Judy Haler vs.
Evelyn Schendler; and Joan Ben-
zion vs. Joan Hyman.
Anne Purdy, Elaine Kihen and
Barbara Bos drew first round
'byes."
Each pair must arrange a con-
venient time with each other to
play their match.
* * *
COACHES AND OFFICIALS
CLUB-There will be a meeting of
the softball section of the Coaches
and Officials Club at 5:10 tomor-
row in WAB.

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Hauntingly lovely frocks . . that
are sure to cast a bewitching spell
on any stag line-and never des- ,
tined to be wallflowers. Filmy nets
-chiffons laces, marquisettes and '
taffetas,
STRAPLESS Beauties with little jack-
ets or stoles
FLOOR-LENGTH or ballerina-
WHITE and heavenly colors 4
from $22.95 to $39.95
SIZES from 9---x
SPRING FLOWERS, bouquets, and
dainty wristlets with snap plastic -T 'J c
circles. $1.00
LITTLE TOPPERS of faille $14.95
Of poodle curl unlined $10.95
Lined from $14.95

EVENING JEWELRY-Lovely im-
ported crystals, rhinestones, blue
sapphires, topaz-all in rhodium
plated settings.
NECKLACES -- pins-earrings--
bracelets and a marvelous as-
sortment of zircon rings in
beautiful settings.

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