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SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Union To Hold
Bluebook Ball
As 'Last Fling'
'Blues' To Be Theme of
Finals-Inspired Dance;
Clare Shepard To Play

Couples will forget exam "blues"
for one last fling before finals at
t the annual Union "Blue Book
Ball" from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday in the Union Ballroom.
The dance will feature the music
of Clare Shepard, a familiar fig-
ure at Union dances.
Devilish-looking professors and
similar decorations will help to
carry out the theme of "Bluebook
Blues" for the dance.
Graded bluebooks of a mini-
ture size will be used as programs
so students won't completely for-
get about the impending doom of
finals week.
On the brighter side tables top-
ped with candles will be placed at
each end of the ballroom to add
a romantic atmosphere to the
exam- "blues."
Dick Pinkerton, '55 will emcee
the half time program full of en-
tertainment that is guaranteed to
take those blues away.
A skit with a theme that is being
j.kept. secret by the Ball committee
will be featured on the program
along with a singer and a pianist.
General chairman of the dance
is Al Bonnel. Others on the com-
mittee include Ken Culter, dec-
orations; Bill Cartwright, publi-
city; Tom Leopold, programs; and
Myron Waxberg, entertainment.
Tickets, priced at $1, will be
f available at the door of the dance.
f No advance sales will be made.
y WAA Notices
SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT -
The schedule for this week's WAA
softball tournament is as follows:
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Vaughan II
vs. Mosher I*; Kleinstueck I vs.
} Alpha Chi Omega I*; at 7 p.m.--
Jordan I vs. Chi Omega I*; Delta
Delta Delta I vs. Stockwell I*.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Win-
ner of Delta Delta Delta-Stockwell
game vs. winner of Kleinstueck-
Alpha ChirOmega game; at 7 p.m.
- Winner of Vaughn - Mosher
game* vs. Alpha Xi Delta I; Win-
ner of Jordan-Chi Omega game*
vs. Cheever I.
Friday at 4 p.m.-Winner of
Vaughan-Mosher-Alpha Xi Delta
game vs. winner Jordan-Chi
Omego-Cheever game*.
The starred team will be re-
sponsible for the bases and home
plate, and the other team for the
rest of the playing equipment.
s. s
COACHES AND OFFICIALS-
An important meeting for all
members of the Coaches and Of-
ficials Club will be held at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in WAB.

Honor Group
Will Initiate
New Officers
Initiation of new members and
installation of officers will high-
light the annual Theta Sigma Phi
buffet supper to be held at 6:30
p.m: Thursday in the League.
Members to be initiated into the
national professional and honor-
ary fraternity for women in journ-
alism are Maude Heine, Marian
Oakes and Connie Reed. Ceremon-
ies will be held in the League
Chapel.
Following the initiation, the
chapter's new officers will be in-
stalled. These include Connie
Hart, president; Jo Scherer, vice-
president; Sue Kenitz, treasurer,
and Wendy Delcamps, secretary.
Guest speaker at the dinner will
be Mrs. Lucy Corbett, author of
"Long Windows" and free lance
writer for a Detroit newspaper:
Mrs. Corbett will speak on several
aspects of writing.
She and her husband have co-
authored many newspaper articles
and books on old cooking recipes.
In addition to the society's
members, Theta Sigma Phi alum-
nae from Ann Arbor and Detroit,
as well as coeds who have shown
an interest in journalism, will be
present at the dinner.
Among the well-known honor-
ary Theta Sigma Phi's are Doro-
thy Thompson, Eleanor Roosevelt,
Jan Struther, Dorothy Canfield
Fischer, Kathleen Norris, Edna
Ferber, Marjorie Kinman Raw-
lings and Cornelia Otis Skinner.
1.

POLITICALLY MINDED:
Voters' League To Sponsor
Election Information Booths

In an effort to familiarize stu-
dents of voting age with voting
procedures, the campus League of
Women Voters will conduct booths
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday in the League and
Union lobbies.
At these booths, students will
be able to obtain information
about absentee- voting, registra-
tion and primary elections in their
own states.
Committee Heads
Will Begin Work
On Annual J-Hop

THE CAMPUS League of Wo-
men Voters was organized this
semester for women students who
want to know more about govern-
ment and who want to be able
to vote intelligently.
Patterned after other local
Leagues, the campus organization
will work in close cooperation with
the Ann Arbor League.
HOWEVER, there is one main
restriction placed on the local
group, which does not hold for
other Leagues. In all the issues
they present, they must maintain-
a policy of non-partisanship.
The League's program con-
tains a campus item, the objec-
tive of which is to assemble all
the information available about
the complicated system of gov-
ernment at the University.
This includes information about
the Regents, councils of the var-
ious schools, student government
bodies and state control.
THE TOWN ITEM consists of
coordinating their program with
the Ann Arbor -League, and often
helping the local League in its
projects.
Officers of the campus League
are Jane Burdett, president; Ar-
lene Kimmel, treasurer; Jane Dit-
to, secretary; Marie Aberbroth,
vice-president; Betty Lou Brown,
director and Pat Mallett, director.

AS FEATURED IN C HA R M

MAY 1952 ISSUE

Committee heads
chosen for the 1953
plans are under way
dance.

have been
J-Hop and
for the big

-Daily-Matty Kessler
ON THE JOB-Assembly's new officers, Adrienne Shufro, presi-
dent seated and Sue Alderman, vice-president are already making
preparations for next year's activities.
Active Coeds Assume Duties
As New Assembly Leaders

AudryhMcIntyre will serve as
general chairman and Ann Houck
will serve as decorations chair-
man. Ken Rice will head the fi-
nance committee and Sue Shafter
is band chairman.
Other heads of committees are
Agnes Dunn, publicity; Sue Trom-
eter, tickets; Diane Halbrook,
booths; Sandra Reynolds, building,
and grounds and Betty Magyar,
programs and favors.
Bill Wittingham has been sel-
ected as a tenth member of the
committee.

Vice-President
Seeks More Unity
By JUDY SILVERMAN
Increased unity among indepen-
dent women and the reorganiza-
tion of the Ann Arbor Girls' Club
are two of Sue Alderman's objec-
tives during her term of office as
vice-president of Assembly.
Holding office is not a new ex-
perience for Miss Alderman, a
19 year old sophomore from Chi-
cago.
The new vice-president of As-
sembly has participated in a var-
iety of activities. She has been skit
chairman for Fortnight, and pro-
grams chairman for Soph Cab.
Other of her extra-curricular
jobs include general chairman of
Assembly Ball. Miss Alderman was
just recently tapped for Wyvern,
junior women's honorary.
Miss Alderman has also held
manydormitory positions, includ-
ing athletics chairman. In accord
ance with this interest, she plans
to spend the summer as a camp
counselor in northern Wisconsin.
Co-Rec Softball .
Play in the co-recreational
softball tournament will con-
tinue with the following teams
scheduled to compete at 4 p.m.
today at Palmer Field-B.B.'s
vs. Hayden House; Pi Beta Phi-
Sigma Nu vs. Les Terribles;
Van-Jordan vs. Tappan Taran-
tulas; Alpha Phi-Theta Chi vs.
Green House.

President Heads
Various Activities
By ROZ SHLIMOVITZ
Central High school of Detroit's
loss was the University of Mich-
igan's gain when Adrienne Shufro,
assembly's energetic new presi-
dent enrolled in the University
after attending high school only
two and one-half years.
Miss Shufro was perfectly ser-
ious when she said her favorite
subject was children, an interest
she hopes to put to good use by
teaching kindergarten after grad-
uation.
Probably one of her greatest
thrills came Installation night
when she not onlyaccepted the
responsibilities of president of As-
sembly Association but was also
tapped for Senior Society.
However honors are nothing
new for this coed. She has been
personnel chairman of Assembly,
ticket chairmen of A-Hop and
Sophomore Cabaret ushering
chairman.
She also has been activities
chairman of her dorm, a member
of the League Board of Represen-
tatives for two years and on the
publicity committee for Frosh
Weekend.
As president of Hinsdale House,
Alice Lloyd Hall, Miss Shufro is
constantly seen encouraging girls
in the dorm to participate in ex-
tracurricular activities, since she
realizes the important part they
play in her college life.

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