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St "AY, MAY 16, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I'A flU! I1WU!

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Trip, Semi-Annual Bluebook Ball Girls' State
Scheduled for Campus by Neds coeds
UnioAs Advisrs

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A 24-hour police patrol has be-
gun along the Lake Michigan
shoreline, where residents com-
plained that vibrations caused by
speeding cars and trucks are caus-
ing cliffs to crumble.

The New York State Thruway
expects its 28 wayside inns, now
building, to raturn a profit of
$2,500,000 a year to the # state.
Though state-built, the inns will
be privately operated.

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Bluebook Ball ...
The Union will present the an-
nual Bluebook Ball as the last
dance of the season from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Saturday in the Union Ball-
room.
The traditional dance is held as
the last dance of each semester to
aid students who have fallen prey
to exam week "jitters."
Bluebooks will provide the
main theme for decorations at
the ball. Huge bluebooks will
Dance Program
WAA Ballet Club will present
a film, barre demonstration and
a set of dances at 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the Dance Studio on the
second floor of Barbour Gym-
nasium. No admission is being
charged and all those interest-
ed are invited to attend.

be strung along the walls
with smaller editions scattered
around to lend atmosphere.
A familiar figure at Union
dances this semester, Paul Mc-
Donough and his orchestra will
handle the "treatment" for blue-
book "blues."
McDonough and his group
will play many tunes from this
and last year's Union Operas, as
well as current hits.
Coeds attending Bluebook Ball
will find casual dresses and heels
appropriate for the evening of
dancing.
Tickets, which are priced at
$1.50 per couple, will be sold at
the door.
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Union Trip . .
The underworld will come alive
on the stage of the Shubert Thea-

tre in Detroit for the last Union-
sponsored trip to hit shows, set
for Wednesday.
"Guys and Dolls" will be pre-
sented by a composite of the orig-
inal Broadway cast and the mem-
bers of the Chicago road show.
Based on the Damon Runyan story
of gangsters and gun molls, the
musical produced such popular
tunes as "If I Were a Bell," "I've
Never Been in Love Before" and
"Luck Be a Lady Tonight."
Tickets for an orchestra seat
at the show and bus transpor-
tation are priced at $4. They may
be purchased at the Union,
To highlight the evening, stu-
dents have been invited to an aft-
er-the-show clinic and backstage
party, where they will have an op-
portunity to meet and question the
show's producer, director, choruses
and stars.

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15 Women Will Assist
In Counseling Capacity
At Annual Convention
Wolverine Girls' State counse-
lors are needed to act as advisors
to high school girls attending the
14th consecutive convention, to be
held June 15 through June 23 at
the University.
The annual Wolverine Girls'
State convention is the Michigan
unit of a nation-wide program
sponsored by the American Legion
Auxiliary.
THERE ARE openings for 15
women to act as city counselors
for the girls. Counselors will live
in Stockwell dormitory, will be paid
$50 salary and will be provided
with free room and board for the
two-week session.
The counseling program in-
cludes leadership training, sports,
dramatics, fine arts, household
arts and hospital work. Each
counselor will be in charge of
approximately 20 girls. The dele-
gates attending the convention
will be housed in Alice Lloyd
Hall.
Anyone interested in counseling
for the annual conference should
contact Miss Ethel McCormick, so-
cial director of the League, in the
League Undergraduate Office this
week.
Wolverine Girls' State was start-
ed in 1941 by the American Legion
Auxiliary to acquaint young wom-
en with the various vocations open
to themand has been patterned
after the Legion's Boys' State.
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FROM 1941 through 1953, 3,064
girls from communities within the
state have taken part in this in-
structive program combined with
recreation and sports, according
to Girls' State history.
During 1951 a total of 42 states
participated in the Auxiliary Girls'
State program, giving thousands
of girls an opportunity to practice
and learn the actual functions of
government, while in Michigan the
conference was two-fold, that of
government and vocational guid-
ance.
Outstanding juniors from Mich-
igan high schools are sent to the
convention to study government
and elect officers on a city, county
and state basis, like that of the
state government.
Musicale
Mu Phi Epsilon, professional
music sorority, is holding a mu-
sicale from 3 to 5 p.m. today
at the home of President and
Mrs. Harlan H. Hatcher. All
freshman women are invited to
attend. The program will in-
clude piano, cello and voice se-
lections.

JOYCE LEONHARD VIRGINIA HUNGERFORD

ment 'of their daughter, Virginia
Lee, to Allen B. Moore, son of Mrs.
W. E. Moore of Jackson and the
late Mr. Moore.
Miss Hungerford is a junior in
the College of William and Mary in
Williamsburg, Va.
Mr. Moore is a senior in the lit-
erary college. He is planning to
enter the Medical School next se-
mester.
Dettling - Moore
On April 24 at a cocktail party
inJ ackson,4the engagement of
Betty Dettling, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Dettling of Jackson,
to James Moore, son of Mrs. Wal-
ter E. Moore and the late Mr.
Moore, of Jackson, was announced.
Miss Dettling is a senior in the
literary college.
Mr. Moore graduated from the
University in 1953 and is presently
serving in the United States Army.

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