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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Freshman Honorary
┬░Reveals Eligible Coeds

Alpha Lambda Delta, national
freshman women's scholastic hon-
orary, has announced the women
eligible for membership.
Coeds invited to membership
have a 3.5 average for the first
semester or the first two semest-
ers of their freshman year.
Those eligible to become mem-
bers of Alpha Lambda Delta in-
clude Kathryn Lucille Adams,
Patricia Lee Arrington, Ellen
Grace Austin, Christine Joan
Baker, Marjorie' Sue Barber,
Ruth Mary Bassichis, Barbara
Amy Baxter, Elizabeth Jo Beebe,
Mary Lee Birmingham, Lois Ann
Blum, Rosanne Bodanis and
Nancy Shaw Briggs.
The list continues with Verna
Brownlee, Alice Jean Burton, Mary
Luise Caspe, Barbara Ann Clark,
Virginia Lou Cooke, Dorothsy Diane
Crowell, Tobye Fay Davidson, Har-
riett Raisa Davis, Patricia Edythe
Dougherty, Nancy Jean Dreibel-
bles, Ellen Shirley Eckwall, Ann
Ellis, Elaine Simone Entner, Ro-
berta Spafford Evans, Barbara Les-
lie Eyre, Betty Jean Field and
Louise Ann Fonteine.
Others invited are Jane Arbon
Fowler, Etta Lou Gluckstein, Mar-
tha Jean Gorst, Yonah Greenberg,
Joan Grueza, Ruth Margaret Hay-

ward, Shirley Ann Heikkinen, Mary
Evellyn Helthaler, EstherBadgley
Heyt, Susan Cushing Holbrook,
Barbara Joan Humphrey, Lee
Joseph, Barbara Mae Landesman,
Clarice Alexandria Larsen, Nancy
May Lepard and Judith Rose Mar-
cus.
Mary Lou Marshall, Gloria
Lee Meier, Barbara Ann Mill-
brook, Anna Muschenheim,
Jeanne Charlotte Newell, Rima
Jean Nickell, Katherine Mar-
garet Norman, Margaret Evelyn
Patterson, Marjorie Ann Piercy,
Claudette Joan Quintal, Joyce
Arlene Rosenblum, Antonia
Rosemary Sacchetti, Sally Rent-
schler and Fairy Joan Sakai are
also on the list.
Included in the list are Lois
Carol Schwartz, Barbara Iris Sil-
versteen, Mary Kathryn Sloan,
Janet Elaine Snow, Sandra Lee
Sorin, Nadya Spassenko, Lois
Joyce Steinberger, Katherine Stott,
Nancie Arnold Strome, Susan
Thiemann, Mary Ann Thomas,
Anna Maria Thomassen, Gayle
Alice Turner, Marcia Maurine
Waechter, Jocelyn Ann Watt and
Nancy Mae Williams.
The remaining eligibles conclude
with Paula Lee Wilson, Janet
Helen Wolfe, Mary Esther Wood-
worth, Arlis Fay Garon, Geraldine
Ann Latendresse, Susanne Jaye
Mogul, Patricia Jean Stenberg and
Leila Kopstein.
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Union Offers
Detroit Trip
To Musical
Ticket Price Includes
Seats, Transportation
To 'Porgy and Bess'
Mail order requests are now be-
ing accepted for tickets to the
Union-sponsored trip to the De-
troit showing of George Gersh-
win's opera, "Porgy and Bess,"
scheduled for Wednesday, May 5.
All orders, addressed to the Stu-
dent Offices in the Union, should
be accompanied by a check and
should include the names, ad-
dresses and phone numbers of all
parties included. If a woman stu-
dent needing late permission is in-
volved, notice should be made of
this fact.
* * *
TICKETS, which include trans-
portation and orchestra seats in
the theatre, have the same price
as tickets for the last Union-spon-
sored trip.
According to Mark Gallon,
chairman, the number of tickets
available is limited and so stu-
dents are urged to take advan-
tage of the mail order service in
order to insure a place.
General sale of tickets will begin
at 3 p.m. Monday in the Union
Student Offices. Sales will con-
tinue from 3 to 5 p.m. through
Thursday or as long as the supply
holds out.
Starring the original cast, which
completed two years on Broadway
and a successful tour of Europe,
the Catfish Row story features
such songs as "Summertime," "I
Got Plenty of Nothin"' and "It
Ain't Necessarily So."
A film taken while the company
was in Vienna will be shown at
8:15 p.m. Thursday in the UnionI
Ballroom. Open free of charge to
all students, the program will fea-
ture the appearance of the actors
playing the roles of Porgy and Bess
in the show.
The film will be introduced and
explained by the singers playing
the parts of Progy and Bess in the
show. A discussion session will fol-
low the film.

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
TV ANTICS-Michigras Co-Chairman Gretchen Meier appeared
with the Michiworm over television recently. The weekend festi-
vities will begin at 3:30 p.m. today and will be climaxed by the
carnival, which will start at 7 p.m. at the Field House. In case of
rain, the parade will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow.
Barristers' Society To Give
Traditional Lawyer's Dance

On the House
by SUE LEVINE
Despite the numerous Michi-
gras events which have been
scheduled this weekend, many af-
filiated and independent houses
are planning parties, record
dances, and gala formals.
Opening this weekend's round of
events are the Alpha Chi Sigma's
who are holding their pledge form-
al, "Alchemist Ball" at the Ma-
sonic Temple, while the Delta Sig-
ma Delta men and their dates will
be dancing at the spring's formal.
Coming dressed in proper at-
tire, as men and women from
Mars, will be the Alpha Delta
Phi's and their dates who will
attend the party after going to
Michigras. Dancing in an appro-
priate atmosphere, planets, and
stars from the universe prevail-
ing throughout the house, the
couples will be served refresh-
ments.
Holding their annual picnic sup-
per at the Fresh Air camp tomor-
row night, the men of Anderson
house and their dates will leave
Ann Arbor in buses at 11:30 a.m.
"Stalag 17" is the theme of the
Phi Sigma Delta dance tomorrow
evening with a combo playing for
the occasion. It will be preceeded
by entertainment of the Ann Arbor
Alley Cats in the afternoon.
Record dances are being held
by the men of Michigan House
and Delta Theta Phi, while the
Sigma Phi's will dance to a
combo.
A gay clambake outside the Phi
Sigma Kappa house is in store for
the members and their dates, fol-
lowed by a record dance and re-
freshments later in the evening.
Honoring their first national
vice-president, Miss Nancy Mc-
Cain, and new housemother, Mrs.
Berly Worralh, Sunday afternoon
at a tea, will be the women of
AOPi, who have sent out invita-
tions to all guests.
Alice Lloyd is holding an open-
open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sun-
day afternoon.
Fordham University
School of Law
NEW YORK
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Bringing to a close the Law
School's social season, the annual
Crease Ball has been scheduled
from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Friday,
April 30, in the Union Ballroom.
Sponsored by the Barristers
Society, the Law School honorary,
the annual affair will feature the
music of Paul McDonough, and
his orchestra. Well-known in the

guests with a group of vocal se-
lections.
Each coed invited to the dance
will receive her invitation in the
form of a subpoena personally
served by a "gendarme." Women
will also receive favors in the form
of copies of "Raw Review." The
humor booklet is fashioned after
the Michigan Law Review.
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its name from a remark dropped
This year's Crease Ball, which many years ago by a professor in
is open to members of the Law the Law School. According to this
School, will be formal in dress, gentleman, the dance was the only
while retaining the famed casual time of the year that the budding
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An added feature at this year's
dance will be intermission enter-
tainment to be provided by the
Psurfs. Directed by Alrhonse
Hunt, the lawyers will entertain
Frosh Weekend
Assistant chairmen of the
Maize and Blue Teams of Frosh
Weekend, Barbara Wiersema
and Gwynne Finkleman, have
invited all central committee
members and both casts to a
party in their honor at 6:45
p.m. Sunday in the League
Ballroom.

The Barrister Society, sponsor
of the dance, is one of the oldest
honoraries on the University
campus. Besides planning Crease
Ball each spring, they also pre-
sent, in the fall, The Wig and
Robe.
Tickets for the annual dance
may be purchased at the Law
School for $2.75 per couple. They
will also be sold at .the door for
$3.50 per couple.
General chairman for the formal
dance is D. David McDonald, while
Jim Haggert in is charge of favors,
and H. Barton Drucker is planning
the decorations.

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Classes Begin Sept. 27, 1954
For Further Information Address
Registrar Fordham University
School of Law
302 Broadway, New York 7, N.Y.

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