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THE MICHIXN DAILY

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First Co-Rec Softball Teams
To Begin Tournament Play

Plan Crease, Slide Rule

Play in the first University co-
recreational softball league will
begin this weekend.

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Sponsored jointly by the wom-
en's physical education depart-
ment and the men's intramural de-
partment, the league consists of
16 teams divided into four separate
leagues, playing at 4 p.m. on Sat-
Y urday or Sunday.

Each team will play the
three teams in its league.

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equalize the strength of the team's
members, a woman must pitch
with one of her male teammates as
backstop.
If right-handed, each man must
bat left-handed and vice-versa.
Equipment will be furnished by the
sponsors and each team will do its
own scoring.
No more teams will be allowed to
enter the league this year. How-
ever, women members for three
entered men's teams are needed.
Any interested coed may contact
Miss Hartwig anytime this morn-
ing in Barbour Gym.
Teams are asked to assemble in
the lobby of WAB. The schedule
for this week is as follows: Satur-
day at 4 p.m.-Wesleyans vs. Coo-
ley; Sigma Pi vs. Michigan; Kay-
ens vs. Zeta Psi; and Phi Delta
Epsilon and Alpha Epsilon Phi vs.
Commodores.

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Each team consists of five wom-
en and five men. A special softball
is used in all competition. To
Softball
A meeting of the WAA Soft-
ball club will be held at 4 p.m.
today at the Women's Ath-
letic Building. Tiembers are
asked to be ready to play.

-Daily-Don Campbell
MEN AT WORK-Engineering student, Ronald Hopson is arguing
his case before Law School judges Bill Lynch and Bob Porter.
The lawyers have stolen the huge eight-foot slide rule that was to
be used as a decoration for the engineer's dance.
* * * *
THE 'BIG MYSTERY':
Dances Tonight Will Climax
Engineer - Barrister Rivalry

ON THE HOUSE
By ROZ SHLIMOVITZ
Textbooks will be forgotten by party goers dining and dancing at
a series of gala formals, dinners, and picnics to be staged this weekend.
Beginning today's list, Acacia fraternity plans to bring back mem-
ories of the Old South at their formal dinner dance to be held at the
American Legion Hall. Music will be supplied by Dick Peter's Orches-
tra from Ypsilanti.
TRADITION WILL REIGN supreme during Alpha Rho Chi's "Two
night" Greenwich Village costume party. The professional architecture
fraternity's special theme this year is "Abstractions in Art."
Strains of the music played by Paul McDonough and his or-
chestra will be heard in the vicinity of the Washtenaw Country
Club where Kappa Deltas and their dates will attend the soror-
ity's spring pledge formal and dinner.
"Sammyland" will be viewed by tourists who attend Sigma Alpha
Mu's house party tonight. On display will be the "South American
Room," and the "Celebrity Room" in honor of the SAM seniors and
the "Marine Lounge" which will be complete with a pool, sandy beach
and soft drink bar. Turkey and other cold cuts will satisfy the guests'
appetites.
* * * *
THE GROUP also has scheduled their pledge formal Saturday
night at the Washtenaw Country Club. Dancing will be to Johnny
Harmon's band.
A big weekend is also in store for Sigma Phi Epsilon members
and their guests. Besides Friday night's dinner and pledge formal,
the ATO-Sig Ep "Ropeball" will be held tomorrow afternoon and
evening. This affair is an annual picnic given with Alpha Tau
Omega.
More about tomorrow's doings, Again we notice that pledge form-
als will be the center of attraction.
FAVORS WILL BE treasured from Delta Tau Delta's "Rainbow
Ball" Alpha Phi's "Blossom Time" and the Phi Chi's formal.
Fantastic apparatus will puzzle couples attending the "Al-
chemist Ball" given by Alpha Chi Omega where coeds will be seen
whirling to the melodies of Don Jackson's band.
Between dances Kappa Sigma's and their dates will have an op-
portunity to watch the planes at Willow Run, site of the fraternity's
formal. Previous to the dance a dinner will be served in the Union.
* * * *
AN INFORMAL DANCING party is on tap for those who attend
the Phi Rho Sigma's get-together.
Lanterns and lilacs will be prominently displayed at the Theta
Delta Chi Chinese theme formal. After dinner at a local hotel,
the group will go back to the fraternity house where Ted Smith
and his orchestra will be playing.
The Saline Valley Farms has been chosen by the men of Huber
House as the setting for their picnic tomorrow. Activities will include
games, dinner and dancing.
* * * ,
DANCERS WILL GAZE at a ceiling decorated with balloons at
the Tau Delta Phi pledge formal while Don Kenney's band performs.
Anticipating more warm weather the Taylor House picnic
will be held at the Fresh Air Camp.
On Sunday afternoon the girls of Hinsdale House of Alice Lloyd
Hall hope to improve their tans during their outing at the Island.
Dinner and dancing are planned for Stockwell Hall's recreation
tomorrow evening. The women and their dates will dance to Jim Ta-
tum's orchestra who will begin playing at 9:00 p.m.
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Tonight marks the end of the
attempt by the barristers of the
Law School to solve the "case of
the hidden slide rule" in time for
Crease Ball.
According to Jack Edick, chair-
man of Slide Rule Ball, the law-
yers tracked down the whereabouts
of the "big rule" to a room in the
Union where it had been placed in
readiness for the engineer's dance.
JIMMYING THE LOCK, the law
men were able to cop the coveted
instrument and thus emerge vic-
torious over the engineers after the
past few weeks' rivalry with the
slide rule men.
In defense of this unfortunate
event for the engineers, Edick
exclaimed, "The lawyers are wel-
come to the slide rule; we have
something different up our
sleeves that won't be made pub-
lie until the dance is underway."
Thus the last-minute prepara-
tions for Slide Rule Ball are
shrouded in mystery.
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CLARE SHEPPARD'S band will
be on hand to serenade couples as
they wait for the surprise to un-
fold.
Instruments demonstrating en-
gineering feats will be the fea-
tured decorations for the all-
campus engineer-sponsored
dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
night in the Union Ballroom.
Tickets for $2.25 per couple may
be purchased at the Technic office
and from members of the Technic
staff.
* * *
THE BARRISTERS will use the
eight-foot rule of the engineers to
decorate Crease Ball, just as last
year, when two slide rules were
triumphantly displayed on wires
strung across the room.

Gene Pearson and his orches-
tra will set the musical mood for
the lawyers' biggest dance of the
year to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. tonight in the League
Ballroom.
Each couple attending Crease
Ball will receive a copy of "The
Michigan Raw Review," a humor-
ous take-off on "The Michigan
Law Review" publication.
The Law School formal is headed
by general chairman, Burt Perl-
man, who holds a degree from En-
gineering School.
Tickets are $2.75 per couple and
may be purchased from any mem-
ber of the Barristers or in Hutch-
ins Hall.
Tag Day Funds
To Be Collected
Next Wednesday
Tag Day, the University's annual
day for its fund collecting cam-
paign for the Fresh Air Camp, will
be held Wednesday, May 7.
Sponsored by Assembly and oth-
er campus groups, the drive will
last for the entire day.
A smiling small boy in a drip-
ping wet bathing suit sitting on a
diving board will be printed on
tags given to all those who con-
tribute to this cause.
Volunteers from various women's
and men's campus groups and
houses will be stationed at 33 posts,
scattered about the town, to hand
out tags and supervise collection.
Underprivileged boys are treated
to two weeks in the Fresh Air
Camp each summer.
Last year's drive netted $3,400
dollars for the fund.

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East Quad men will present
their annual spring semi-formal
dance with decorations following
a "Celestial Nocturne" theme.
Three of the dining rooms will
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The Island will be the scene of
the Victor Vaughn-Wenley House
picnic tomorrow. A supper will
climax the afternoon activities.
Rounding out the weekend's so-
cial agenda are formals given by
Zeta Psi and Theta Chi plus Hay-
den's open-open house.
IFC Tickets
According to Eli Schoenfield,
chairman of the ticket commit-
tee, the deadline for fraternity
house presidents to return tick-
ets for IFC Ball, to be held May
17, has been changed from to-
day until Wednesday, May 7.

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