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THE MTCHTGAN DATTY

FRIDAY, MARCH13, 1953

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FRIDAY THE 13TH:
'Black Magic Ball' To End
Competition for Slide Rule

Parents Announce Engagements
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Coeds

To Apply for Orientation Leaders,

Assembly Board, WAA Club Managers

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Tonight will mark the end of
the lawyers attempt to solvethe
"case of the hidden slide rule"
before the engineers all-campus
Slide Rule Ball to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the
League.
Inkeeping with today's date,
"Friday the 13th," the theme of
the dance will be "Black Magic."
TO CREATE a mysterious effect
engineering symbols will be rep-
resented by luminous silhouettes
hung around the ballroom.
At last report the two eight
foot slide rules which tradition-
ally highlight the decorations
have been retained, and will oc-
Senior Night
There will be a meeting of the
publicity committee for Senior
Night at 3 p.m. today at the
League. All representatives are
reminded to bring their reser-
vations.

cupy a prominent place at the
dance.
In past years the slide rules,
when found by the lawyers, have
been used as a main decoration for
their annual dance. Tonight law
and engineering students will end
another colorful chapter in the
long historic rivalry between the
two schools.
PAUL McDONOUGH and his or-
chestra will provide music for the
dance, with some members of this
year's Union Opera reviewing Mc-
Donough's hit tunes from the pro-
duction.
The Vaughn Shadows will pro-
vide intermission entertainment.
This women's trio took second
place honors at Gulantics this
year.
Women are asked not to wear
corsages to the dance.
Tickets for "Black Magic" are
still being sold in the Technic
office, on the Diagonal and in Ma-
son Hall. Priced at $2.50, they
will also be available at the door.

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KATHLEEN KEELY
Keely - Merrill
The engagement of Kathleen
Keely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy F. Keely of Ann Arbor, to
Richard J. Merrill, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Merrill of Racine Wis-
consin, was announced recently.
Miss Keely is a senior in the
Literary College and is a mem-
ber of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha
Xi Delta.
Mr. Merrill is also a senior in
the Literary College and is pres-
ident of Acacia.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Carson - Sweet
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carson of
Owosso announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Jean Eliz-
abeth, to Larry Sweet, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Sweet of Owos-
so.
Miss Carson is a senior in the
School of Education and is affiliat-
ed with Alpha Xi Delta sorority.
Mr. Sweet is a freshman in Med-
ical School. He is a member of
Acacia, Phi Eta Sigma and Phi
Kappa Phi.
A June wedding in Owosso is
planned.
* * *
Parker- Graham
The engagement of Jean Chris-
tine Parker, daughter of Mrs. Eliz-
abeth Parker of New Kensington,
Pennsylvania, to Thomas Daniel
Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
ence Graham of Wauwatosa,
Wisconsin, was announced re-
cently.
Miss Parker is a February grad-
uate of the School of Business
Administration. She is a member
of Alpha Xi Delta.
Mr. Graham is a February grad-
uate of the School of Engineering.
He is affiliated with Phi Kappa
Tau and Tau Beta Psi.
No definite wedding plans have
been made.
Ochs - Hulyk,
The engagement of Barbara
Renee Ochs, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney A. Ochs of Detroit, to
Edward Hulyk, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hulyk of Detroit,
was announced recently at a fam-
ily dinner.
Miss Ochs graduated from the
University last year and is now
in graduate school here. She is a
member of Alpha Xi Delta.
Mr. Hulyk attended Wayne Uni-
versity and is now in the U.S.
Navy.
* * *
Challis - Graden
The engagement of Evelyn I.
Challis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

JEAN CARSON

JEAN PARKER
* * *

BARBARA OCHS
* * *

EVELYN CHALLIS
*. *. *

Orientation .
Petitions are still available in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League for all coeds interested in
becoming orientation leaders next
fall.
As interviewing begins Monday,
students are urged by membersaof
the committee to sign up for their
interviews when they pick up their
petitions.
These petitions should be re-
turnedto the League as soon as
possible.
Coeds who served as leaders
last year and desire, the positions
once again are asked to fil out a
blank in the Undergraduate Office.
Leaders, responsibilities in-
clude taking their groups
through registration, on tours of
the campus, and seeing that
they attend all meetings on
time.
Over 200 coeds will be needed to
assist with orientation week next
fall.
Assembly. . .
Positions on next year's Assem-
bly Board are now open, and nine
new members will be chosen from
petitions and interviews during the
next two weeks.
All independent coeds are elig-
ible to petition, including freshmen
who will be sophomores next
year.
The results of petitions will be
announced at Installation Night,
April 20.
All members of the Board are
policy-makers for Assembly As-
sociation, the organization of in-
dependent women on campus.
The nine board members work
in conjunction with men on Inter-
House Council, composed of the
three quadrangles, to present the
first all-campus dance of the year,
I-Hop.
The joint committee chose the
theme "Blue Horizon" last
spring before summer vacation.
Final preparations for the dance
were made at the beginning of
the fall semester for the dance
which was held the fourth week
of classes.
Assembly also sponsors a coed-
bid dance, Assembly Ball, which
was held last weekend. The cen-
tral committee for this dance is
chosen by petitioning and inter-
viewing conducted by the board.
Assembly joins with Panhellenic
Association to co-sponsor Frosh
Weekend, the only all-freshman
project for the purpose of uniting
the class.
The weekend is scheduled this
year for April 17 and 18, when
the annual battle of the Maize
and Blue will be waged.
The newest project by the Board
was started this year at Prescott
House, all-freshman women's
house in East Quadrangle. The
board opened petitioning for a
panel to help the women in Pres-
cott set up. a house government.
Officers were elected, a consti-
tution was drawn up and house
rules made. Later in the semester
the panel assumed an advisory
capacity and last week a new corps
of officers was inaugurated under
the constituition.
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WAA Clubs .. .
Petitioning for the positions of
manager of six sports clubs has

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been re-opened by the Women's
Athletic Association.
Coeds are needed as managers
for the bowling and rifle clubs,
while either men or women will be
picked as heads of the co-recrea-
tional folk and square dance, ice
skating, riding and town and coun-
try clubs.-
Petitions are now available in
the League Undergraduate Of-
fice. Completed petitions should
be left in Nancy Fitch's box in
the League.
Club managers are responsible
for all administration and organi-
zation of their sports except in-
struction.
All practices, games and club
activities are planned before the
season begins by the club head
with the aid of a faculty advisor.
Managers also serve as mem-

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bers of the WAA board and must
work on projects of the board.
Phyllis Peterson served as head
of the bowling club this year,
while Ann Batchelder organized
the rifle. Joyce Watson has re-
placed Miss Batchelder as man-
ager for the remainder of the sea-
son.
Heading the town and country
club this year is Louise Tracy, and
Mary Malcolm is manager of the
riding club.
Allan Van Liere as manager of
the folk and square dance club
and skating club manager Stuart
Brown are the only male mem-
bers of this year's board.
Persons having any further
questions on petitioning of on the
specific duties of a club manager
may call the men and women listed
above for further information.

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C- .

HELEN KARG
S* *
Harry S. Challis of Detroit, to
Bruce B. Graden, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Niles G. Graden of Dear-
born, was announced on Feb. 14.
Miss Challis and Mr. Graden
are seniors in the School of Mu-
sic Education. He is a member of
Phi Mu Alpha.
Tenative wedding plans have
been set for May 30.
Karg - Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Karg of
Findlay, Ohio announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Helen
Rose to David C. Murray, Jr., son
of Mrs. David Murray of Ann Ar-
bor.
Miss Karg is a senior in the
School of Music and is a member
of Mu Phi Epsilon, women's pro-
fessional music sorority.
Mr. Murray received a degree
in electrical engineering and is
now in the School of Music major-
ing in voice. He is affiliated with
Theta Delta Chi and Phi Mu
Alpha.
A late summer wedding is
planned.
* * *
Lutz - Norquist
At a dinner in the Alpha Xi
Delta House the engagement of

CAROL LUTZ
Carol Virginia Lutz, daughter 'of
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Lutz of
Royal Oak, to Warren Elliot Nor-
quist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
H. Norquist of Jamestown, New
York, was announced.
Miss Lutz is a senior in the
School of Education. She is a
member of Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha
Lambda Delta, and Phi Kappa
Phi.
Mr. Norquist is a senior in the
School of Engineering. He isaffil-
iated with Triangle, Vulcans, Tau
Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma and is
president of the senior Engineer-
ing class.
The wedding will be held June
14 in Royal Oak.
*. * *
Schweikert - Norman
Mr. and Mrs. George Schweik-
ert of Manistique have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Doris, to C. William Norman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mackie of
Plymouth.
Miss Schweikert is a senior in
the Literary College. She is presi-
dent of Martha Cook.
Mr. Norman is a 1952 graduate
of the School of Education. He is
a member of Kappa Sigma.
An August wedding is planned.

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