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W E N S A , M Y 9 9 4T E I H G N D I L A U I

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Annual All-Campus Spring Dance Dance Class

Coeds' Engagements Announced by Parents

To Feature Oriental Atmosphere


Senior Ball, the traditional
spring dance honoring graduating
seniors, will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Saturday in the League
This will be the second year that
the Ball will be an all-campus
event. The dance, featuring an ori-
ental theme and programs, will be
highlighted by Jim Gilmartin and
his band.
Gilmartin has played for numer-
ous campus dances and at many
fraternity and sorority parties in
the last year.
Christopher to Sing
Russell Christopher, baritone in

the Michigan Men's Glee Club,
will be the soloist during intermis-
sion. Refreshments, including cool
lemonade, will be served under
Chinese lantern sight in the
League patio, located behind the
main desk.
Tickets for the annual dance
are priced at $2.50 per couple.
They will be on sale from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Union and from 3
to 5 p.m. at the Administration
Building through Friday; and
from 1 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and
Friday at Mason Hall.
Appropriate dress for this year's
Senior Ball will be semi-formal,

that is suits for the men and for-
mals or dressy dresses for the
women. Flowers are optional.
The central committee for the
dance will be Ann Nelson and Bill
Whittingham, co-chairmen; Betty
Grushow, decorations; Sally Clark,
programs; Barbara Meier, pa-
trons; Chester Steffy, tickets and
Carol Gaeb, publicity.
Patrons Named
Patrons and patronesses for the
traditional Senior Ball will include
the following: President and Mrs.
Harlan H. Hatcher, Dean Deborah
Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bing-
ley, Mrs. Ruth T. Callahan, Mr.'
and Mrs. Gerald 0. Dykstra, Mr.
Marvin J. Eisenberg, Mrs. Elsie R.
Fuller, Mrs. Sarah L. Healy and
Miss Ethel McCormick.
Others are: Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
bert J. McKeachie, Miss Gertrude
Mulhollan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Odegaard, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
A. Ostafin, Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B.
Rea, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schnei-
dewind, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E.
Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Erich A.
Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilt,
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Zerman
and parents of the central com-"
mittee of Senior Ball.
The Senior Ball is the oldest tra-
ditional spring dance on campus,
having been established long be-
fore J-Hop. This year will be
the 84th consecutive dance hon-
oring seniors.

pens Posts
Students To Interview
For Vacant Positions:
Group Plans Changes
Positions are now available for
sophomore, junior and senior
dance captains of the League
dance classes, as part of a complete
reorganization program.
Charlotte Rolnick, chairman of
the League dance class committee,
announced yesterday that the
duties of the positions open will be
administrative, coordinating, host-
essing and publicity chairmen for
the dance sessions.
"This is a good opportunity for
students to get into League func-
tions and have fun at the same
time," commented Miss Rolnick.
Interested students are asked to
sign up for interviews from 1 to 5
p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. tomorrow in
the League Undergraduate Office.
There will be no petitioning for
these positions.
Starting next fall, the emphasis'
in the dance instruction, accord-
ing to the committee. However,j
singles, couples, beginners, inter-
mediate and advanced classes will
be held Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday nights throughout the
An added highlight of the
League dance classes is the exhibi-
tion group, which is chosen from
the advanced class and performs
at numerous campus events.
Those attending the dance
classes are currently learning the
rumba, samba, fox trot and many
others under the instruction, of
Johnny Urbanic, former dance
teacher. All students are invited to
attend these classes. There is a
charge of $3 for men, while women
are admitted free.





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JGP-All sophomores interested
in helping with the script for next
year's Junior Girls' Play are re-
quested to attend the final plot
meeting at 8 p.m. today in the
J-HOP-There will be a meet-k
ing of the central committee of
the 1956 J-Hop at 3 p.m. today
in the Union.
* * *
tutoring files listing students in-
terested in acting as tutors are
now available in the League and
Union for students who desire help
before final examinations. Al-
though the files are designed par-
ticularly to aid undergraduates in
the literary college, certain other
areas are covered.
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At dinner at the Delta Delta
Delta house recently, the engage-
ment of Patricia J. McGuigan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. R.
McGuigan of Detroit, to James H.
Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Moore of Flint, was announc-
Miss McGuigan is a junior in
the literary college.
Mr. Moore is a graduate student'
in English and a member of Phi
Delta Theta.
The couple has not set a defi-
nite wedding date.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph E. Sme-
tana of Detroit announce the en-
gagement and forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Mary Jane
Smetana, to Roger Ikola, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Waino Ikola of Ish-
Miss Smetana is a sophomore in

the nursing school and Mr. Ikola
is a sophomore in Medical School.
The wedding will take place
June 12, in a candlelight service
at the University Lutheran Chap-
The engagement of Margaret
Guenther, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Karl W. Guenther of Detroit,
to Walter Klamp, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Klamp of Detroit, was
announced at a family dinner in
East Lansing.
Miss Guenther is a senior in
the School of Nursing and is a
member of Wyvern. Mr. Klamp is
a graduate of the College of Lit-
erature, Science and the Arts.
The couple is planning to be
married in early September.
* * *
The engagement of Barbara Ann
Ray to William Frederich Sutter,

son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sut-
ter of Crystal Falls, was announced
recently by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Marshall Ray of Hig-
gins Lake.

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smokers in those colleges preferred

Miss Ray is a senior
technology. Mr. Sutter
in Medical School.

The couple will be married June
19 in the University League Chap-
el. They plan to live in Toledo
where Mr. Suter will interne at
Riverside Hospital.
* * *
Pamela Jo Barker's engagement
to James E. Hunter, son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. G. Hunter of Pontiac,
was announced recently by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bar-
ker of Lufkin, Texas.
Miss Barker is a freshman in
School of Nursing. Mr. Hunter is
a freshman in the literary college.
The couple is planning a fall

in medical
is a senior

Lenore A. Monroe's engagement
to Russell L. Rogers, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Theron W. Rogers of
Williamston, is announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Monroe of Williamston.
Miss Monroe is a junior in dental
hygiene. She is a member of Kap-
pa Phi. Mr. Rogers is a senior at
Michigan State College. No wed-
ding date has been set.
Elizabeth Ann Pierce's engage-
ment to William Towne Means,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Means
of South Bend, Ind., was recent-
ly announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Slgfter Pierce of Bir-
Miss Pierce attended Smith Col-
lege in Northampton, Mass., and
is now a senior in the College of
Architecture and Design. She is
affiliated with Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Means received his Batche-
lor of Arts degree from the Uni-
versity of Southern California
where he was aumember of Alpha
Tau Omega. He was graduated
from the University of Michigan
Law School and is affiliated with
Delta Theta Phi.
The wedding will take place in
London, England, where the
Pierces are presently residing.
Homecoming Dance
Petitions for Homecoming
Dance committee positions are
due at the Student Legislature
office in the basement of the
Union, by noon Friday.
The nine positions open are
for booths, decorations, build-
ing and grounds, tickets, pa-
trons, finance, banks, publicity
programs, in addition to two
positions on the Homecoming
display committee.

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