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THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Women Hold
Style Show
At Luncheon
Faculty Wives Model,
Choose New Officers
During Annual Event
Unique feature of the faculty
women's annual luncheon yester-
day was a fashion show staged in
the Michigan Union Ballroom.
Spring and summer wear for the
fashionable Ann Arborite was the
theme of the showing.
ORIGINALS by "Bette" featur-
ing dresses for casual and cocktail
wear and unusual fabric designs
were modeled by faculty wives and
children.
Mrs. Mark Nickerson, a facul-
ty wife, designed all the crea-
tions shown. Her unusual fash-
ions have also been viewed at
gatherings at Sun Valley and
Tuscon.
Another feature of the luncheon
was the exhibit of the work done
in the Watercolors Section. This
exhibit, arranged by Mrs. James M.
Wolf, was seen in the corridor
leading to the ballroom.
FACULTY women were in-
formed that limited guest admis-
sions are available for the last fac-
ulty-alumni dance which will be
held at 9:30 p.m., Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.
A census of new members was
taken at the luncheon. As of
r March 20 the membership stood
at 1003 as compared to 989 at the
same time last year.
A new slate of officers was elect-
ed at the short business meeting
following the luncheon.
Retiring hoard members consist

Dances Will Highlight
Weekend on Campus
Annual Blackfoot Ball, Vaughan Square Dance,
Taylor House Formal Set for Entertainment

OPEN TONIGHT TILL 8:30
COLLEGE SHOP

COUNSELORS TRAINING-These 1" newly appointed rushing
counselors are learning the ropes on how to counsel rushees from
Jackie Shields, '54, chairman of rushing counselors. This group
will meet at 5 p.m. every Wednesday until the end of the semester
to get pointers which will help the 800 coeds that are expected
to rush in the Fall.
Theta Sigma Phi Wi I I Hold
AnnualMatrix TableDinner
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon- I who will use as her topic "How
orary and professional fraternity Radio and Television Help Solve
for women in journalism, will hold Community Problems."
its annual Matrix Table dinner at The banquet will honor Ann Ar-
6:45 p.m. Tuesday in the League. qoenwofcr n e
bor women, new officers and new
Speaker for the event will be initiates of the group.
Miss Fran Harris, women's edi- In addition, one local woman
tor of station WWJ in Detroit' In addito ne oal oan
will receive special honor atthe

Blackfoot Ball ...
Men of Alpha Tau Omega and
Sigma Nu fraternities will renew
a long-established rivalry during
Blackfoot Weekend, to be held
Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
An "April in Paris" party Fri-
day night at the ATO house will
initiate the weekend's festivities.
Huge flats with paintings of scenes
of France in the spring will adorn
the rooms.
The ATO pledge class will en-
tertain those attending with a
skit depicting life at the Univer-
sity.
Activities will resume Saturday
with an informal "get-together"
at the ATO house. Sigma Nu men,
or "Whitefoots," and their dates
and members of other campus fra-
ternities have also been invited
to "drop in."
Continuing the scheduled events,
men and their dates will don black
and white shoes to attend the an-
nual Blackfoot Ball Saturday night
in the League.
Dressed in formal attire, cou-
ples will dance to the musical notes
of Howard Schumann and his or-
chestra.
A huge ATO Maltese cross will
hang over the bandstand. Pic-
ture frames, each containing
black feet on a white back-
ground and illuminated from be-
hind will deck the walls.
Climaxing the weekend's events
will be an open house from 2 to 5
p.m. Sunday at the ATO house.
The entire campus is invited to
attend.
The traditional rivalry between
the ATO's and the Sigma NU's
began in 1865 when the two fra-
ternities were founded at Virgin-
ia Military Institute.

vail, including denim programs
decorated with bow ties. The
price is 50 cents per couple.
Weather permitting, the dance
will be held outdoors, but in case
of rain it will be in the lounge
and dining room.
* * *
Taylor.,..
Taylor House of South Quad
will hold their spring formal from
9 p.m. to midnight at the VFW
ballroom tomorrow night.
Couples in semi-formal dress
will dance to the music of Don
Kenny in a candle-lit cabaret. The
annual dance is open to Taylor
House and its former residents,
and the price is $2.50 per couple.
Entertainment during intermis-
sion will be a specialty dance ex-
hibition performed by various
members of the house.

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of Mrs. Willard C. Olson,
dent; Mrs. Donald A. Kerr,
tary; Mrs. Robert J. Lowry,
committee chairman; Mrs.
H. Stockard, membership
mittee chairman, Mrs.
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rs should bring a nine-!
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RNATIONAL CENTER -'
ternational Center will hold
kly team from 4:30 to 6
oday in the Center. Both
and American students
ited to attend the informal
ng.
* * *
NIS CLUB-All coeds in-
d in playing tennis are in-
o attend the first session,

ceremonies for
Reservations

the event.
for the dinner,

Boxed

dinner for her service to the com-
munity.
Connie Wulfman, president of
the University chapter of Theta
Sigma Phi, will be ' mistress of

Desserts

Women will have a chance to p.m. t
try their hand at different des- foreign
serts for the organizational meet- are inv
ing of the Junior Group of the gatheri
American Association of Univer-
sity Women which will, take place TENT
today at 8 p.m. in the home of terested
Mrs. W. W. Gilbert, 1714 Morton vited t
Drive. of the
Boxed desserts will be numbered tomorr
and after drawing lots, the own-
ers will exchange desserts. SWIM
Coffee and' china will be pro- ed in a
vided at tomorrow's meeting, but Red Cr
everyone is asked to bring their course,
own silverware. ing, ma
Anyone who would like addi- ior Hig
tional information about the meet- 2251 E
ing or the organization should con- p.m. to
tact Shirley Smith at 3-2500 or give a
Jan James at 3-2851. niques.

which has been priced at $2.50,
may be made by calling 3-1511,
ext. 2143 by Friday.
Alice Kepler and June Gran-
strom are co-chairman for the
event. Others on the committee
are Genevieve Maxwell, invita-
tions; Katherine Zeisler, honors;
Harlene Hankin and Phyllis Bett-
mann, programs and decorations;
Connie Wulfman, speaker; Mari-
lyn Campbell and Margaret Mar-
ria, publicity; and Wendy Del-
champs, arrangements.
Miss Marion McDonald is ad-

At this time, the ATO cadets
were required to wear black boots,
while the Sigma Nu's wore white
ones.
* * *
Vaughan . .
Governor and Mrs. G. Mennen
Williams, and Dean and Mrs. Ivan
Parker will be the honored guests
and the callers at a square dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day at Victor Vaughan.
The dance is a closed house
function with only individual in-
vited guests allowed.
A rustic atmosphere will pre-

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* * * 10,000 alumnae and 81 college and
MMING-Students interest- alumnae chapters of Theta SigmaI
review session prior to the Phi throughout the country. Wo-y
ross water safety instructor men from the fields of newspap-
beginning Monday even- ers, radio, film studios, publicity,
ay go to the Tappan Jun- advertising, magazines and tele-!
gh School pool, located at vision are found in the group.
. Stadium Blvd., at 7:30
night. Jerry Greenlick will
review of swimming tech-

Student-Faculty Tea
Students and faculty of the
botany department are invited
to a student-faculty tea from
4:30 to 5:30 today in the Ter-
race Room of the Union.

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