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For Capitalist Ba Marc

Melodic Swing.
Will Be Tempo
For Dancing
Ticket Sales Open For Annual
Business Administration School
Formal To Be Held At Union
Jack Teagarden and his orchestras
will greet the first day of Spring in
Ann Arbor, when they play for the
Capitalist Ball, to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday, March 21, in the!
Union.
Medium swing tempo, with empha-
sis on the melodic, is the style of
music for which Teagarden's orches-1
tra is famed. Danceable rhythm,
Tickets for the Capitalist Ball
will be placed on sale Tuesday.
They may be purchased at the
Union, Wahr's bookst'ore or from
members of the dance committee.
rather than out-and-out "jitterbug"
swing, is its forte.,
Teagarden, who plays the trom-
bone, was known long before he or-
ganized his band, just about two years
ago. Brought up in the blues tradi-
tion of the southwest, he began his
orchestral career by playing with such
bands as Red Nichols, Ben Pollack1
and Paul Whiteman. He left White-
man to form his own orchestra.
The orchestra will bring with it
a number of soloists-both instru-
mental and vocal. Teagarden, whose
trombone playing is one of the out-
standing features of the band, will
also handle some of the vocals.
Capitalist Ball is the annual dance
presented by members of the School
of Business Administration. Tickets,
however, will be available to the
public.I
Members of the central committee,I
from whom tickets may be purchased,
are Robert Harrington, '41BAd., sen-
ior co-chairman; Robert Gilmour,
'42BAd., junior co-chairman; James
Dunlap, '42BAd., and Charles Le-
Clair, '42BAd., in charge of tickets
and programs.
Chairmen of. the committees for
music and decorations are Donald
Nixon, '42Bad., Clayton Kullman,
'42BAd., and Clarence Klopsic, '42
BAd. Robert Addison, '41BAd., is in
charge of patrons, and Gerald Tup-
per, '41GAd., and Harold J. Garbe,
'41BAd., are in charge of publicity.

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Campus Reflects Spring Spirit

12 Are Chosen

Frosh Frolic Tickets
To Continue On Sale

vv nithvMorerestvities Ionign ftl Poarticipatic Tickets for Frosh Frolic will con-
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i . . . 1 - -, -1 t y l e S h o t h e n o U n i o n l f o r a l l h w h o w i s h a t o a t t e n d
With the first breath of spring that nd Mrs. F. W. Ouradnick acting as ralwiotetheddance.
blows Ann Arbor-way, everyone is ehaperons. Kappa Nu follows suit
coming out of hibernation and the with another radio dance to be cha- Twelve campus women have been the dallrooothe i e d Fiday in
Benjami selected to model the dresses, sweat-teblro fte no n ikt
campus social calendar is lengthening! !ined by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin-m may also be obtained from commit-
weekly. kessel and Mrs. Cora Young. Phi Icotee members for $2.75 per couple.
There will be a radio dance at theI Delta Epsilon has planned a radio ; to be featured at "Signs of Spring," As this is a general sale, no iden-
There will e a radio ance at th Delta Epsion has planed a radi styl show to be presented from4tfiainarswlbeedd.
Alpha Chi Sigma house with Dr. Jance which will be chaperoned by tification cards will be needed.
- - i to 5:30 p5m. Friday in the Johnny "Scat" Davis" will play

League, Judiciary
Council Petitioning
To Conclude Today
Petitioning for positions on the
League Council and Judiciary Coun-
cil of the League will end at noon
today and interiewing for the posi-
tions will be held in the Undergrad-
uate Office from Tuesday to Friday.
The League positions open for peti-
tioning include: president, secretary,
treasurer, vice-president of the tutor-
ial system, vice-president of orienta-
tion and chairmanships of the social,
theatre-arts, dance class, candy booth
and merit system, committee. League
positions are open to juniors for peti-
tioning.
Two sophomores will be selected to
fill two junior positions on the 1941-42
Judiciary Council and one junior will
be selected to fill the one senior job
that is open. Interviewing will be
done by the present Judiciary Coun-
cil.

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R ed Cross Workshop
W I IContinue WarI
Relief Work TodayI
Work will be carried on today at
the new Red Cross workshop in the'
Women's Athletic' Building while
campus women knit and sew. The
work shop will be open from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
The projects will be carried on
each Wednesday and Saturday dur-
ing the semester at the WAB and
all women who wish to participate,
are urged to be present. The Sat-
urday afternoon opera and a con-
cert of classical recordings will be
heard at the Saturday afternoon
meetings.
The Student Workroom was start-
ed last semester by the Women's
Athletic Association as an auxiliary
unit to the Washtenaw County chap-
ter. from which it gets personal su-
pervision. Sewing materials are
not to be taken from the workshop.

David W. Holmes and Mr. Arthur B. Dr. and Mrs. Morton Helper and Dr. fi
Ness chaperonng, while the members and Mrs. M. H. Jurowl included among the mannequins,1
of Alpha Lambda have planned a Trau Epsilon Rho will hold forth at chsnfo ooiyaddr Ifoy
}I, chosen from sorority and dormitory
party to be held from 8:30 p.m. to a radio dance to be held at the Rack- groups, are Helen Barnett, '41; Caro-°
midnight, with Prof. W. W. Blume ham Building and to be chaperoned j lyn Denfield. '42; Marne Gardner,p
and Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Lee acting as by Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gordon and '42; Jane Graham, '43; Ruth Gram,
chaperons for this affair. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Jaffe. Another '42; Betty Kepler, '41; Tad Lynch.'a
Another party will be in progress i radio dance will take place at the ;acl 41: Betty Markward '43:
at the Congress Cooperative house Tau Kappa Epsilon house and Prof. Phoebe Power, '42, and Miriam Wen-c
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight and Dr. ' illard C. Olson and Dr. and Mrs. dell. '43.
Claude Eggertsen will chaperon there. C. H. Stocking will chaperon this During the style display, a preview;
Residents of Fletcher Hall will en- party. of a costume from JGP will also be
tertain at a radio dance which Mr. Ray Carey and his orchestra will featured, while door prizes of a
and Mr. J. H. Westing and Mr. and furnish the music for the Xi Psi Phi sweater, a pair of shoes and two
Mrs. Edward Rupke will chaperon. formal to be held from 9 p.m. to mid- pairs of Nylon hose will be awarded
Kappa Delta members and their night. Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Jamieson, at intermission time. Each woman
guests will also hold forth at a radio Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Moore, Dr. and attending the show will receive a
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight. with Mrs. C. M. Waldo and Dr. and Mrs. door favor.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Conover and Mr. G. L. Barrow will chaperon. 1000 tickets to the show have been
-- __-_ __-________tdistributed to the dormitories and
sororities during the week.
D riversStatem entShowProceeds from the spring style
show will go into the League scholar-
:shipfund as was the case with the
iIreat inInnCoeds funds from the fall style show. All
students will be admitted free of
charge.
By DOROTHY BRIDGEN one of the seven wonders of the world I Publicity chairman for the affair
Of some 52 cab drivers in this if they get a little extra." Ilis Dorothy Merki, '42, assisted by
fair city, there were only a handful "We know which groups and dorm- Virginia Morse, '43, and Grace Proc-
who would divulge their opinions on jitories want a lot for nothing, and tor, '43. Other League members as-
campus life. if the opportunity ever presents it- sisting in the preparation and man-
One good thing discovered will self we really get back at them. And agement of the show are members
greatly please the women and also by the way, there aren't many acci- of the social committee.
dampen the male element. "You bet, dents up here due to cab drivers.
the women are much better than While most of us try to get back to PanheIle n i CoujncIl
they were last year," said Rufus the stand in a hurry to get the next
Snook (that really is his name). call, we are careful. A driver is Petitioning To End
Snook attends school while not driv- trained to be accurate though fast.
ing around looking for passengers, He figures everything down to inches Petitioning for Panhellenic Coun-
i so he has a good opportunity. and knows just when he can get cil positions will end at 5 p.m. today,
The busiest days for the cab driver through a tight spot." Annabel Van Winkle. '41, president of
are over the weekend, as each driver Drivers often have an opportunity Panhellenic, announced.
has about thirty calls in one day. to take guest lecturers and musicians Interviewing for the four positions
However, they much prefer week about Ann Arbor and while they of president, secretary, rushing secre-
days. "You see, the kids never think don't always converse as readily as tary and treasurer will be held from
to tip. "During the week a driver the students, they are very friendly. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes-
can make about $5.00 on tips, but "Tom Harmon is a swell fellow too, day in the Undergraduate Office of
on Friday or Saturday night, it is don't let anyone tell you he isn't." the League.
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for the dance, the theme of which is,
"A Freshman's Nightmare." At the
last report, only 90 tickets remained
on sale and it will be advisable for
purchases to be made immediately.
Blue streamers and tinsel stars
will cover the ceiling of the ballroom
and a large revolving mirrored ball

will hang in the center, reflecting
colored spotlights which will be
played on it. A "Tree of Knowledge"

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feL'/ she for you who want
a s.vpilc, ele%ant pump,
of black elaslir',1ied abardIi
wi/h patent. Also blue.
PEEK-A-BOO ..the ef-
bne of grace in gabardine
with palet. Just righlt for
dressy occasions.

MNul/i-colored ZEBRA sandals!
Vivid accessory to lend life to
all Mhe colors in your spring
Wardrobe!

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37th March FUR SALE!

Persian Coats
Sabel Muskrat.

0 $325

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BRA WARDROBE

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Specially designed to assure unvarying bustline beauty for
every occasion. Be fitted to your Life Bra Wardrobe today.
in net, satin and batiste

Miss Mary McConkey, popular co -
ed, .s show inmodelling our stunni.ng
Connie ZEVbRA sandal,. Follow the
fashion lead with a striking new style
for wear with your favorite suit or
dress.
Other styles at $3.95
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-'Your eyes will sparkle when you see them Each
one is a 'gemn' of a Lwr coat . . . Values you can't
duplicate." Also Alaskan Sealskin at $275,
China mink $125 and Hudseal* Coats at $65.
Savings up to
50%
Fur Jackets. . . . . from $35
Fur Neckwear . . from $12.50

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