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TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1953




Classified Ads Herald
Annual Senior Formal

Hatcher Tea
To Be Given


Modern Theme Wil
Ed Ravenscroft ToI
"Hey, Mabel. (A)2 is coming.'
"Ike and Georgi" will be th
"Stella Papuffnik" finally got h
self a date, and "Susie Glutz"
cided to go with "Herman."
IF STUDENTS have been re
ing the Personal Column in
Daily, they already know thi
people. If not, they will have
opportunity to meet them at S
ior Ball from 9:30 to 1 a.m. S
1(A)2" is just another, m
obscure way of saying "Abstra
Aires," the name of this yea
Senior Ball.
The Senior Ball Committee
decided to go all out for the m
ern mood for this dance. T
want to make it a little nosta
too, because it is the last dance
the year and a farewell to
graduating seniors.
The modern theme of the da
will be carried out in decorati
and programs.
ACCORDING to Marion Cha
and Bud Kilgore, decorati
chairmen, the decorations will
a takeoff on contempory arti
One entire wall of the Leag
Ballroom is going to be a thri
Coed Namec
Guest Editor
By Magazine
"Mademoiselle" magazineI
announced that Laurie Glazer,
has been named a guest edito
the magazine.
w Competing among 700 unc
graduate members of the ma
zine's national College Board
colleges and universities across
country, she is one of twenty w
ners of this year's guest edit
* * *
ROUND-TRIP transportat
from their home cities and re
lar salaries for their workv
await the women on their f
" week stay in New York City w:
helping write and edit the ma
zine's annual August college is
While in New York each gui
editor will be assigned to t
magazine job which fits her i
terests and training.
Each woman will interview
lebrities in her chosen fielda
will take field trips to fash:
radio and photographic stud
newspaper offices, and departm
* * *
DESIGNED TO help each gu
editor in her field, the magaz
offers an individualized vocatio
The twenty guest editors w
their appointments on the ba
of three assignments they co
pleted for the magazine durin
the school year. These includ
reports on campus trends
fashion, the arts, classroo
studios and extracurricular ac
Miss Glazer, a transfer stud
from Mount Holyoke College se
ed as general chairman of t
year's Assembly Ball and as pr
dent of her League House at 1

I Be Featured at Dance;
Perform at Intermission
dimensional mural with scenery
flats in the background. In front
ere. of this background a series of
ier- abstract forms, in various shapes
de- and colors, will be played up by
Something rather different will
ad- be cut out forms, hung over the
The bandstand, which will change form
iese and composition as they swing
the back and forth.
en- Programs will be a takeoff on
at- the work of Peip Mondriam, a
contemporary artist. They will be
re very colorful featuring blocks of
Ict reds, blues, and yellows, with black
r's lines.
* * *
has THE COMMITTEE chairmen
od- stated that they are trying to make
hey this dance as colorful as possible.
Igic The nostalgic element will be
e of provided by the band of Paul
all McDonough which will play-
"Ruby," "Soon," "How Do You
nce Speak to an Angel," and "Pre-
ons tend." Miss Betty Magyar will
sing old and new favorites plus
requests from the audience.
ales Ed Ravenscroft,.who won Gulan-
ons tics, will do a drum solo at inter-
be mission, and one of the committee
sts. members thought there might be
ue some group singing of Michigan
ee songs with the band.
Some of the patrons invited are
ex-President and Mrs. Ruthven,
Athletic Director Fritz Crisler,
Football Coach Benny Oosterbaan,
and Deans Walter Rae and Erich
Walter. The committee has tried



Parents Tell Coeds' Engagements

Rosenkrantz -
The engagement of Gloria Ros-
enkrantz,gdaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irvine C. Rosenkrantz of For-
est Hills, N. Y., to Stanley Blum-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Blumstein of Forest Hills, N. Y.,
was announced recently.
Miss Rosenkrantz is a sophomore
in the literary college.

Mrs. William P. Johnson of High-
land Park.
Miss Johnson is a senior in the
School of Nursing.
Mr. Eckhart is a January grad-
uate of the School of Engineering.
He was a member of Sigma Nu,
Tau Beta Pi and Scabbard and
A fall wedding is planned.
.c r c r a *
K n i ck erbocke r-PalIme r

ter, Elsie to William R. Gaunt,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gaunt
of Detroit.
Miss Deeben is a graduate of
the Geisinger Hospital School of
Nursing and the School of Public
Health at the University.
Mr. Gaunt is a 1952 graduate
of the School of Business Admin-
No definite wedding plans have
been made.
* * *
Stocks - Niel

Open House To Honor
Six Campus Groups;
All 'U' Students Invited
President and Mrs. Hatcher are
opening their home to students
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow for
the last of the. semester's bi-
monthly teas.
Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Kelsey House, Newberry,
Zeta Psi, and the International
House will be the special guests
at the open house. All University
students are cordially invited to
attend, however.
* * *
INFORMAL entertainment will
be provided during the afternoon
by Bob Kerns who will sing at
5 p.m.
Following tradition set when
the teas first began, both house-
mothers and wives of faculty
members have been asked to
pour for the afternoon's open
The faculty wives who will pour
are: Mrs. R. Gesell, Mrs. Ruel
Churchill, Mrs. Della Feder, Mrs.
Paul Jeserick, and Mrs. Arthur
* * ,*
ALSO POURING tea and coffee
will be Mrs. R. L. Drake of Kelsey
House, Mrs. Ruth Merril of New-!
berry, and Mrs. Leila Vibert of
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The Presidents' open houses
were instituted in 1935, and have
become a popular tradition on
campus. The teas are held twice a
month and help the student get
better acquainted with the Univer-
sity's President and wife.
All guests will be served cookies
and tea or coffee, while chatting
with the President and his wife.

Bluebook Ball To Be Held
Friday at Union Ballroom
Coming the week-end before IN THE PAST, the hallway ou
final exams, Bluebook Ball, to be side the ballroom was decorat
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Fri- with large blackboards equipp
day in the Union Ballroom, will with chalk and erasers.
give students an opportunity to
take that last fling before the Industrious students took ad
cramming begins. vantage of the situation to sho
The only specialty dance spon- their artistic ability or just plai
sored by the Union this spring, doodle.
the affair will feature the music of At previous dances eliminati
Jim Gilmartin and his orchestra. contests were held with a prize g
* g to the couple that waa

IN &

AS THE NAME of the dance
implies, bluebooks of all sizes. and
descriptions will form the main
theme for the decorations and
In spite of these many re-
minders ofhthe"study-filled"
days to come, the Union social
committee has promised that the
atmosphere will be strictly non-
Programs in the shape of min-
iature bluebooks will be given to
each couple attending the dance.
INTERMISSION entertainment
has been planned to give study-
weary students a chance to for-
get their worries for a while.
Included in the floorshow will
be Hawaiian speciaolty numbers
by Audrey McIntyre.
Al "Wildcat" Wahl will sing fav-
orite numbers, accompanying him-
self on the baritone "uke."
DECORATIONS chairmen Pete
Degroot and Don McNaught and
program chairmen Dick Myers and
Bill Cortwright are making final
preparations for the dance.
Taking charge of publicity for
the - semi-annual dance are
George Fomin of the Union Pub-
licity Committee and John Col-
lins. Santo Ponticello is coun-
cilman in charge.
Tickets for the dance, which is
fast becoming a campus tradition
will be priced at $1 per couple.

to outdance all others.
A popular practice last year
found coeds rating their dates on
the bluebook programs provided
by the Union Committee.
Last February's Bluebook Ball
honored the seniors graduating at
midterm. Besides presenting mo-
mentos to the graduates, the Union
committee had Bernie Kahn and
Jay Mills, campus comedians, em-
ceeing the intermission entertain-
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We're a group of four congenial
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meals, (including snacks), Maid
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grand piano, good parties.hWe do
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sponsibility. Girls living here now
engaged in teaching, psychology,
advertising and personnel work.
Average age 21-28. Many Michi-
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arrangement has been going on for
sixteen years. Interested? Tell your
friends - Write Maryellen Gould,
427 East Grand Boulevard, Detroit
7, Michigan.


Mr. Blumstein is a junior in the Mr. and Mrs. Y. Clay Knicker-
School of Business Administra- bocker of Endicott, N. Y. recently'
tion and is president of Sigma announced the engagement of
Alpha Mu fraternity, their daughter. Ann Hawley, to
Lewis Burritt Palmer, son of Mr.
Johnson - Eckhart and Mrs. J. D. Palmer of Snyder,
N. Y.
The engagement of Donna John- Miss Knickerbocker is a junior,
son to Frank Eckhart. son of Mr. in the literary college. She is af-
and Mrs. Fred F. Eckhart of Pal- filiated with Alpha Omicron Pi.


merton. Pa., was recently an-I

.sue. 1
in- I

to invite people who have meant nounced by her parents, Mr. andt
quite a bit to the seniors in their t
four years of college PanhelAnnounces
A skit will be presented today
on the Diag in front of the library Low n rPn t
to publicize Senior Ball. Attrac- Show, Ball i osts
tions are girls in harem costumes
and the.Fiji marching band. Panhellenic has announced thet
positions for Panhel Variety Show1
Cabinet Off i rand Panhel Ball for next year. I
c Those selected for Panhel Ball
positions are Ann Houck, generalc
council Members chairman; Ann Furstenau, as-'
IeI sistant general chairman; Ann1
Lauded by HWaterbury. decorations; Mary
Hoyt, assistant decorations: Sue1
Awards were presented to mem- Fricker. patrons: Mary Sue Flem-
bers of the out-going Hillel Stu- ming, programs: Peg Schaible,f
dent Council, cabinet officers and publicity; and Phil Thomb, tickets.
Ann Arbor residents by Rabbi Her- Laura Hoffman, as second vice-;
shel Lyman at the annual Honors president of the Panhellenic Board,
Brunch Sunday at the Hillel will be general chairman of theE
building. Variety Show. Assisting her areE
Council members, who received Carolyn Swartwout. assistant gen-
keys, were Dan Fogel, Sue Bitt- eral chairman: Nancy Briggs, sec--
man, Sam Dodek, Becki Fagen- retary; June Howe, ushers; ,Mar-
baum, Ellie Haar, Eve Kadden and cia Booth, publicity; Marilyn Mil-
Fred Kapetansky. ler, newspaper-publicity, and Mary
The list continues with Dolores Mullins, displays and posters.

Mr. Palmer is a 1952 graduate of;
the School of Engineering, and
was a member of Acacia.
An August wedding is planned.
Alger - Crowe
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alger of Man-!
ton, recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mari-
lyn to Donald Crowe, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Crowe of Lin-
coln. Neb.
Miss Alger is a senior in the
literary college.
Mr. Crowe is a graduate of the
literary college.
Wedding plans have been set
for June.
Deeben - Gaunt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deeben
of Sunbury. Pa. recently announc-
ed the engagement of their daugh-
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Mr. and Mrs. John Stocks of
Detroit recently announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Violet to Stewart Nickel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Nickel of
Miss Stocks is a graduate of
Wayne University and is now em-
ployed as a biochemist.
Mr. Nickel is a sophomore in
the School of Medicine and is a
member of Phi Lambda Upsilon
A June wedding is planned.

ion, Messinger, Betsy lebel, Elaine
ios, Rothman, Jerry Schostak, Joy Si-
ent denburg and Mark Jacobson.
Cabinet officers receiving awards
for outstanding service include
nest Toby Regenstreich, Joyce Dudkin,
nine Shirley Lipinsky and Fred Kape-
nal tansky.
Osiah Zwerdling, Thomas Cook,
on H. O. Schlager and Prof. Wm.
sis Haber Were among the townspeo-
11- ple receiving awards for giving
ng outstanding help to the Founda-
ed tion.
in Also honored were Mrs. C. Solo-
im vich, Mrs. Annabelle Coggan, and
ti- Lewis Schostak.
In addition an award for out-
ent standing cooperation by a fra-
rv- ternity was presented to Sigma
this Alpha Mu, and a cup was present-
esi- ed to the independent women for
811 their performance in this year's


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