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t, MARCH 12; 1941

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE _FIVE

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Bill

Cais sOrchestra

To

Play

For

Annual

OConto

Ball

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MickyDowd '
Will Vocalize
For Dentists
Dance, Open To Dental School
Students, Alumni, To Be Held
In League Ballroom March 2$'
Bill Carlson and his "Band of Many
Thrills" will offer sweet, swing, and
novelty music at Odonto Ball from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, March 28,
in the League Ballroom.
Appearing with Carlson at the an-
nual Dentistry fling will be Micky
Dowd, termed "The High-Flying Irish
Tenor." Carlson and his orchestra
have recently completed engagements
at the Aragon Ballroom, Trianon
Ballroom, and Edgewater Beach Ho-
tel in Chicago, at the Nicollet Hotel
in Minneapolis, and. the Riverside
Theatre in Milwaukee.
Clarinet Featured
Carlson will feature his "Joystick"
clarinet and saxophone throughout
the evening. He is known, among
other things, for his versatility in
varying his program with sweet and
swing and numerous humorous nov-
elty numbers.
The formal will be a closed affair
according to the traditions of the
professional school. Only students
and alumni of the School of Den-
tistry, and hygienists may purchase
tickets which are on sale at the of-
fice of the dental clinic.
Murphy Is Chairman
Sponsored by the junior class in
the School of Dentistry, the affair
will be headed by general chairman
Gerald Murphy. Murphy will be as-
sisted by Edward Cheney, finance;
Lumen Willmeng, music; Selvin Hir-
shon, patrons; Edward Rudd, pro-
grams and decorations; George Sfar-
ra, tickets; James Riley, hall arrange-
ments; and Arthur Bibb, Jr., publici-
ty.
Panhellenic Council
Interviewing To End
Interviewing for positions on the
Panhellenic Council 'will be held for
the last time from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Positions open are those of presi-
dent, secretary, rushing secretary and
treasurer and everyone who peti-
tioned last week must be interviewed
today. Members of the present coun-
cil will interview.
During the school year, it is the
duty of council members to inform
the new pledges of the activities of
the organization, and to hold a lun-
cheon for the freshman pledges hav-
ing the highest grades in their re-
spective classes.

Will Play At Odonto

List Of Frosh Frolic Patrons
And Patronesses Announced

BILL CARLSON

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Interviewing
For Assembly
To Start Today
Conferences About Next Year's
Executive Offices Will Be Held
For Two Days Only' In League
Interviewing for executive offices
on next year's Assembly Board will
be conducted from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today and tomorrow in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the League, Patricia
Walpole, '41, president of Assembly,
stated yesterday.
Conferences were originally sched-
uled for Friday of this week, but due
to a necessary revision in plans, they
will be held for only two days. Any-
one who has petitioned and who will
not be able to come at these times.
should contact Miss Walpole as soon
as possible.
To Be Known April 7
Announcement of the chosen of-
ficers will be made by Miss Walpole
at the Installation Banquet, which
will be held April 7 in the League.
This practice of announcement of
new officers by the retiring president
at the Banquet was begun last year
and promises to become a traditional
event.
Only those who petitioned last
week before 5 p.m. Friday and who
are eligible, are qualified to run for
offices. Miss Walpole stressed the
necessity of eligibility, and added
that only those presenting eligibility
cards to the interviewing board will
be considered for office.
Ideas Are Important
Applicants are reminded to have
their ideas well in mind before com-
ing to be interviewed since it is from
reference to these ideas, as well as to

President and Mrs. Ruthven lead
the list of patrons and patronesses
that have been announced on the
guest list for Frosh Frolic which will
be held from 10 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.
Friday in the Union ballroom.
Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
T. C. Crawford, Dean and Mrs. E. H.
Kraus, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and
Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Dean and Mrs.
W. B. Rea and Dean and Mrs. E. A.
Walter have also been invited to
attend the annual class dance.
Also Included Are:
Other names on the patrons listj
are Prof. and Mrs. Julio del Toro,
Prof. and Mrs. Peter Field, Dr. and
Mrs. W. E. Forsythe, Prof. and Mrs.
J. R. Hayden, Prof. and Mrs. Albert
Hyma and Prof. and Mrs. Karl Lit-
zenberg.
Prof. and Mrs. A. D. Moore, Prof.
and Mrs. P. W. Slosson, Prof. and
Mrs. G. M. Stanley, Prof. and Mrs.
W. C. Steere, Prof. and Mrs. C. F.I
Wells, Prof. and Mrs. F. H. Yost,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. F. O. Copley, Dr. and Mrs.
IA. W. Coxon, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Green and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Haugh
have also been announced on the
patrons guest list.
Others who will attend are Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Kallenbach, Mrs. Theron
S. Langford, Mr. Robert L. Living-
ston, Mr. Edgar L. McCormick, Mrs.
Frederick G. Ray. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Rupke and Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Sensemann.
Ticket Sale Continues
Tickets for the Frolic are still on
sale at the Union Travel Desk and
are priced at $2.75 per couple.
Johnnie "Scat" Davis and his band
past performances that the board will
choose its executive officers for the
'41-'42 school year. Conducting the
interviews will be the four present
officers of Assembly and representa-
tive officers from each of the four
groups making up the Assembly or-
ganization.
Assembly's officers for the past
year besides Miss Walpole, are Betty
Lyman, '41, vice-president; Betty
Hall, '41, secretary; and Anne Crow-
ley, '41, treasurer. Representatives of
the four organizations will be Norma
Ginsburg, '41, secretary-treasurer of
Ann Arbor Independents; Thelma
Coleman, '43, secretary-treasurer of
Beta Kappa Rho; Mary Brownrigg,
'44, secretary of League houses; and
Frances Nevin, '41, president of dorm-
itories.

will provide the musical background
for the dance which will feature "A
Freshman's Nightmare" as its theme.
Vocalist Julie Sherwin will be pres-
ent to take care of the wordy part
of the music.
Davis has won fame while touring
the country with his trumpet and
playing with Fred Waring and his
Pennsylvanians. Recently he was in,
Hollywood playing in "Brother Rat,"
"Varsity Show" and other pictures,
filling a long-term contract with
Warner Brothers.
Members of the central committee
for the affair are Marvin Borman,
general chairman; Arnold Agree,
tickets: Bernard Brown., publicity;
Elizabeth Bunnell, patrons; Jane
Pritchard, programs; Clifford Stra-
ehley, music, and Richard Wald and
James Weinstein, who are co-chair-
men of the decorations committee.
Bluebook To Dominate
Decorations will center about the
theme of the dance with a bluebook
framing the band. A revolving mir-
rored ball will reflect colored spot-
lights to be played upon it, and a
Tree of Knowledge will take care
of all freshman and upperclassmen
! scholastic woes, said Wald and Wein-
stein.
Special late permission, as in the
case of the four yearly class dances,
will be extended to 2:30 a.m. by the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Basketball Schedule
Undergoes Revision
The schedule for the Intraclub
Basketball tournament has been re-
vised because the teams under Doris
Vyn, '4lEd, and Helen Garrels, '44,
have been broken up and the mem-
bers are now assigned to other teams.
The following teams will play at
4:30 p.m. Thursday under the new
schedule: Bercaw vs. Fenske; Stef-
fens vs. Felds; at five p.m.: Johnson
vs. Guinanne.
The complete list of team members
and the revised schedule of tourna-
ment play are posted on the bulletin
board of Barbour Gymnasium.
Tickets Still Available
Anyone who has not yet been
contacted concerning tickets for
"Signs of Spring," the fashion
show to be held at 4 p.m., Friday
in the League, may obtain them
at the League desk.

Ruthven Open
House And Tea
Will Be Today
Eight Special Groups Invited;
Members Of Social Committee
Of League To Assist At Affair
An informal open house and stu-I
dent tea will be given by President
and Mrs. Ruthven from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. today at the President's home. !
The entire campus is invited to at-I
tend while special invitations havej
been issued to Acacia, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha Mu,
Stockwell Hall, Theta Phi Alpha,
and Winchell House.
Members of the social committee
of the League who will assist at the
affair are Ruth Parsons, '42, in charge
with Jeanne Goudy, '42, as her as-
sistant. Additional assistants in-
clude Mary Eleanor Brown, '43,
Barbara Amsbury,4'43, Sue Adams,
'42, Beth Cowing, '42, Barbara Young,
'43, Mary Jane Kenny, '41, Gloria
Nelthorpe, '44, Phyllis Sheehy, '42,
Erath Gutekunst, '42, and Ruth Wil-
lits, '43.
Officiating at the tea table will be
Mrs. Frederick G. Ray, house direc-
tor of Stockwell Hall; Mrs. Cora
Young, of Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mrs.
Nan Riggs, of Theta Phi Alpha, and
Mrs. Katherine Wygant of Winch-
ell House.
Members of the Social Committee
who have two unexcused absences
will be stricken from the official
committee rolls, announced Virginia
Osgood, '41, head of the League so-
cial grejup.

Important Meetings For JGP
Will Be HeldToday At League
As the date for presentation of JGP meeting should get in touch with
draws nearer, the importance of daily Miss Waters at 2-2547, to be excused.
meetings increases: three special Those who are unexcused by Miss
meetings have been called by mem-
bers of the central committee for to- Waters will be automatically dropped
day. from the committee. The next meet-
There will be a mass meeting at ing of the committee will be at 4 p.m.
4 p.m. today in the League for every- Friday in the League.
one who has a speaking part in
"Jumping Jupiter," including the
Bird Women, according to Richard Re lief Workroom
McKelvey, who is directing the pro- To Be Open Today
duction. Room notice for the meeting
will be posted on the bulletin board.
Dancers To Stretch With a contribution from Kappa
Junior women who feel confined Alpha Theta to keep the sewing ma-
to strictly mental activity, and who chines in operation this week, the
feel themselves growing old before Red Cross Student workroom will be
their time for want of exercise should I
find their golden opportunity in one open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today in
dance chorus. This will be the Men's the Women's Athletic Building sec-
Athletic Chorus, guaranteed to temp- ond floor "lounge.
orarily displace and excel the W.A.A. Knitting materials will be given
program and even anything Water- out to those who contract to finish
man Gymnasium could offer in the the garment by May 1. Sewing wil
line of men's athletics. te garmen he1Seing will
Those women who are interested be carried on in the building by all
in this chorus, and have not been those who wish to participate.
contacted as yet for other dances, Previous attendance at the Work-
should attend a meeting at 4:15 shop is not a prerequisite for those
p.m. today in the League, announces who wish to work. The Workshop will
Millie Radford, dance chairman. be open every Saturday and Wednes-
Room notice for this meeting will beaopesverSaurn
be found on the League bulletin day at the same hours.
board. Supervision from the Washtenaw
Music Minded To Meet County Red Cross Chapter and from
Third meeting of the day will be student supervisors will be available.
for the music committee, at 5 p.m. The Women's Athletic Association
in the League. This meeting is one of Board, which sponsors the project
the most important meetings of the
year, according to Phyllis Waters, has stressed that experience is not
music chairman. Therefore, any wo- necessary for those who wish to par-
men *ho are unable to attend the ticipate.

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