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WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIFE

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1940 PAGE FIVE

Glenn MillerAnd Band Will Play

For Senior Ball June

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Original JGP Script Is Sought
It isn't every day of the year that Scripts should take advantage of
you find $100 bills growing all over every opportunity to display beauti-
campus, and flaunting their crisp ful costumes, elaborate settings and
greenness from bulletin boards in ev- I clever original lines. Perhaps a take-
ery building; nor is it every day of! off cn Shakespeare would hit the

Anniual Ticket
PaeT 21.M. Tuesday

Redingotes ilways (;ood

the year that you can pick a $100
bill, merely by exerting a little crea-
tive effort and originality, Michigan
junior women claim.
July 1 is the deadline for a synop-
sis or the first act of a script for
the 1941 Junior Girls Play, to be
turned in to Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League. The
1940.

rignt note, or a production along
the lines of a Broadway musical. Op-
portunities to work in songs and
dances should be closely watched, so
that the entire effect is one of unity.
Those prospective pickers of $100
bills may want more information on
the source of their expected fortunes,
and this they may obtain from Shirley
Silver, '41A, general chairman of
JGP.

Daic(, 1"Ie mbiueW~ill
About radition~al
''Life Begins Willh

{uv
Forty'

f(ot tilt ned1from PI'g(e 1)

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with Winning Ways
GAY NEW FORMALS FOR
GALA SUMMER NIGHTS

a'lornlhill. co-chaimen of publ citvr1
L-. ~cCb.isrnan, mu'ic ochairnman; "'Id
ai old (3oldinan, s cre--ary an-d head3
of f'inanZc.
Aiua''l reg2and James C.
.57;11 aro cc-chat 'men of d cora-
tions, Eugene L. KIe n is tickets>
heaid, Sally S. Connery and Anne
fa.wcey are co-"eia 'men of patron.I
=wucd Muriel ;chinita is projecot chair-
"Life Begins Wihh Forty" lvi3s been
the slogan of the class of '40 since
its freshman year, and the docora-
tions for the ball will be centered,
around this idea, Miss Dredge said.
Definite plans for decorations will'
be announced at a later date.
{Bob Crosby and his band played\
for last year's Senior Ball which
was held June 16. The theme of
the dance was "Symphony in Blue."
Huge musical notes in blue, against
silver back-drops and a draped ceil-
ta.g carried out the theme.
Senior Ball, a traditional dance
ro wa ba k wa fi s hed o- --May 27, 1873, in Room A. University t
alai.In187, ueto the influence , Dea dline Is
of te Mthoistconference which
I pi otested the use of campus build- F o ei o
ings for dances, the seniors con- F r1 ell
structed a pavilion.
This pavilion was on the north
side of the campus, near the present Publ icity Head In1
homeopathic college, in which the Will Begin Toi
senior reception and afternoon ex-
'rci es of Class Day were held. Coin-
mn.ittecmen were appointed in those Today is the de.adline fc
days by the class president. The ing for chairman of public
mezmbfrs of the 1940 Senior Ball League: and all petition
were chosen by campus election, turned in at the Undcrgzad
Senior Ball is traditionally held by 5 p.m., Doris Mterker,
the night before graduation, and is
the last formal event of the school man of Judiciary Coun~cii,
year. yesterday.
~ ~Anyv junior w ln Yl

Ilutivens Invite
Stndteit Groups
To Td ,a Todayt
Lel~e-tiSocial CommIite
Ten fproiims on campus have been
especially invited to the Ruthven tea
be h:,id from 4 p.mn. to 6 p.m. today,
-pnsored by i he ;social committee
cf the League.
Those groups are Couzens Hall, Al-
)ha Chi Omega, Alpha Eps ilon Phi,
Zcta Tfau Alpha, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi
,igma Kappa, University I-ouse.,XWil-
hiams House, Delta Tau Delta, and
Zone IV.
A ,,istants Named
A- i:5tants for the tea include Eliza-
Aeth Bailie, Jean Jeffrey, Carolyn
Leahy. Phoebze Power, Priscilla Behr,
Marjorie Hliggens, Jeanne Noyes, and
Edith Longyear, all sophomore mem-
bers of the social committee.
All members who cannot attend
should call the head of their group,
Virginia Osgood, '41, chairman, an-
nounced. Margaret Gardner, '42, is
in charge of Group I; Betty Fariss,
'42, Group II; Louise Keatley, '42,
Group III, and Jeanne Goudy, '42,
Group IV.
The four groups are divided ac-
ccrding to the first initial of the last
names, A-E being in the first group,
F- n the second, J-P in the third,
and P-Z in the fourth.
Groups To Change Places
Ruth Parsons, '42, is in charge of
farrangements, and said that Groups
I and II will be in the living room
from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.. while Groups
III and IV will be in the dining room.
They will change at 5 p.m.
Miss Genevieve De Armand, Mrs.
W. E. Goodale, Mrs. Frieda Loeb, and
Mr.Willard Knight have been asked
! o pouri. All students and friends
who may be in town for the Festival
ire welcome to attend.

f ... ,;f. o he Young and
gay. . our prelly
Y, /4
/ 4J PUMP

Bowlers 11eet t. IrIdII4 Michigatn women are eligrible to par-
in Y~ yWr tcpt in this 1novel bowling t fourna-
n ongO Meet Y ire ntt. Each twoan wvillbowl tree
Ovuer whye-'., " ill eoth('results s5tring;s, and thetfour hihest players
of the tcleri'aliic bowiu<:ng meet be- will constitute the teamn. >These
tweed Purdue and MP.hig an wo :menx scores will be te leg;raphled to Purdue,.
from 4 p.M. to 6 P.M. today, at the Credit will also be giveni for individual r
Women's Athletic I3Bii din All high -core on one striiug.

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for petition-
city for the
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duate Office
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Bicyclists who have had difficulty
with slack trouser legs being caught
in the chains or spokes of the wheel
will welcome a new patented slack.
A zipper at the side of 'the leg per-
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for activities and has done this sort
of work may petition, Miss Merker
said.. The chairmanship is the only
vacancy on League Council which was
not filled in April.
Interviewing will be held by the
members of Judiciary Council to-
morrow and Friday by appointnent
with Miss Merker; and all who peti-
tion wvill be called to arrange for the
appointment. Ideas for the organi-
zation of publicity should be listed
on petitions, and applicants will have
an opportunity to discuss them at the
interviews.
Anyone who turns in her petition
before the deadline will be interviewed
and all who wish to do so should
hand theirs in early.

Instead of meeting last night as
was scheduled, the American Country
Dancing class will be conducted by
George Lovett at 7:30 today at the
Women's Athletic Building.
Mr. Lovett is associated with the
Ford School of Dance in Dcarborn,

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