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t1J~ESflAY, AR~i 18, 1941 FAGt F11~E




Hoag land






Sweet Music,
Swing Tempo,
Will Contrast
Kieiner Announces Continuous
Dancing For Lawyers, Guests;
Both Bands Recently On Tour
A combination of swing and sweet
music, presented by the bands of
Louig Prima and Everett Hoagland,
will blend to give the lawyers a well-
rounded evening of dancing at their
annual Crease Ball on April 4.
Competing with the engineers, who
will hold their Slide Ruledance on
the same night, the jurists will pre-
sent continuous dancing for their
guests, A. Robert Kleiner, '41L,mu-
sic chairman, announced.,
Hoagland is noted for his "Music
Designed for Dancing" and will pre-
sent the sweet styles in contrast tc
the swing tempos of Prima. Hoagland
is one of the youngest band leader
in the country, and is well-known for
his extensive musical background.
His. musical education began at the
age of six with lessons on the piano,
violin, trumpet, saxophone, clarinet
and oboe. Recently the young lead-
er and his band have ttoured the
country, visiting such theatres, and
hotels as the Fox in Detroit, the
Earle in Washington, the Waldorf-:
Astoria in New York, the Ritz-Carl-
ton in Boston and the Rice Hotel
in Houston.
Long famous as the nation's num-
ber one trumpeter, Louis Prima will
visit Ann Arbor for the barristers
dance with his new 16 piece band. A
specialty group of five instruments
will present novelty numbers.
The music committee, working un-
der Kleiner, are: Robert Irwin, '41L;
Chester Kwasiborski, '41L; Brooks
Johnson, '41L; Jamille Jamra, '41L;
John Johnson, Grad., and Edward
Frolick, '41L.

Hr 1111 TIME
This weekend was such a busy one-cosmopolitan, you might almost
say, that just for the heck of it, old High Time has decided to take over
some of the mannerisms of The New Yorker and- get a few departments
functioning. ,
Love is a Wonderful Thing Department: Now, at dances you find couples,
and couples mea .t love, believe me, Brenda, there ain't no gettin' around it.
So ,e're gonna put dances into this department. Mosher Hall Division:
Mosher started its social week early with a tea dance last Thursday. Doing
their best to scratch up the nicely polished floor with some intensive buck-
and-winging were Betty Prindeville and Don Counihan, Elizabeth Goodrich
and Howard Graber, Jean Hubbard and Tom Colbridge, and Molly (Presi-
dent of the Evaders' Club) Hoffman and Dick Schell.I
No Blues A t The Frolic . . .
Frosh Frolic Division: The theme of "Blue Book Blues" must have ap-
v ss.- pealed to a lot of students, because the Frolic was
jammed, to the doors. And we don't blame 'em.
That theme touches an answering chord in most
of us. June Gustafson and Jack Hooper didn't
look very blue, though, as they whipped around
the dance floor. Neither did Bob Finlayson and
Nancy Griffin, nor Ann McMillan and Bob Hackett,
nor Margaret Harmon and Dave Edmunds, nor
Bcbbie Curdes and Ed Burton, nor Jane Lindbergh
'rnd Bob Muenzer. nor Belle Barton and Jack O'Connor. In short, none of
them. Delta (Gamma Division: Maybe Delta Gamma decided that the
zrolic's theme sounded too blue; anyway, their formal, honoring their new
initiates was given Saturday. If you'd have taken roll call abut who'd want
to at a dance?) You'd have found that Bunny Bunnell and John Ehlers,
Jane Graham and Jim Gunn, Katie Forberg and Volney Morin, and Dottie
Bloxom and Till Dolittle were all duly present.
A Stag Party - Honest!
Lifted Eyebrow Department: Ye Ed. Haufler informed us that a gang


'On Sale


o Go

'Spring Fever'
PACI T-Dance
To Be Thursday

Eligibility Cards Due I
Deadline for the signing of eligibil-'
ity cards for all women expected to
receive credit for work in League
activities is today. Cards may be
signed from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the
Undergraduate Office.

Remaining tickets for Capital-
ist.Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday in the Union, may be
purchased this week at the Union,
Wahi's Bookstore, or from mem-
bers of the central committee.

Women May Get Senior Supper1
JGP Tickets At League Monday
Caps and gowns for graduating
seniors as well as combination tick-'
ets to the Junior Girl's' Play and the'
Senior Supper will be on sale from
1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday, March
24, in the League Ballroom.
All senior women expected to at-
tend the Senior Supper and the open-
ing performance of "Jumpin' Jupiter"
I Wednesday, March 26, must obtain
their academic robes at this time as
it is the only time they will be avail-
able. Senior tickets for both func-
tions will cost 75c.l
Caps and gowns will cost $4.50
when purchased together, with a
$3.00 refund on the garments. Gowns
alone will cost $3.00 with a $2.00
refund, while caps and tassels alone
will cost $1.75 with a 75c refund.
A general ticket sale will be con-
ducted at the same time for opening
night seats in the balcony and. the
remainder of the main floor
Regular Union Coke
Bar Will Be Today
There will be a Coke Bar from
4:30 p.m. to 5:30-p.m. today, in the
small ballroom of the Union.
Claire Reed-Hill, '42, will be hos-
tess at this week's Coke Bar. Specially
invited groups are Kappa Alpha
Theta, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Chi
Omega, Alpha Phi, Theta Delta Chi,
Delta Upsilon, Alpha Tau Omega,
Sigma Chi, Michigan House and
Committee To Meet
JGP Finance Committee will meet
at 5 p.m. today in the League. Room
notice will be posted on the bulletin

PACI will present another T-dance,
this time entitled, "Spring Fever,"
from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in the League Ballroom.
Max Crosman's orchestra will fur-
nish the music for the affair and
as has been the custom previously,
men attending the dance will be
charged twenty-five cents while wo-
men will be admitted free of charge.
The committee for the T-dance
consists of Pat Hadley, '42, Charlotte
Thompson, '43, Jean Krise, '42, Betty
Lyman, '41, Hugh Ayres, '43, Jim
Bourquin, '42, Emil Misura, '42, and
Bill Strain, '43.
PACT, who sponsors this T-dance,
is made up of representatives from
Panhellenic, Assembly, Congress, and
Interfraternity. There will be forty,
hosts and hostesses equally divided
to represent each of the four groups.
Tues., 4:00, Panhellenic Meeting.
7:00, Beginning Dancers
Practice Period.
7:30, Beginning Dance
8:30,Intermediate Dance
9:30, Intermediate Dancers
Practice Period.
Wed., 4:30, Assembly Board Meet-
WAA To Interview
Interviewing for those who peti-
tioned for the nine positions on the
WAA executive board will be held
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today, to-,
morrow and Thursday at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.


Spotlight on
SUITS to wear everywhere,
for sports, for dress, under
your coat now, without a coat
later on. Authentically styled
plaids, shetlands and coverts.
Navies, pastels.
Sizes 9-17 and 10-40
S10 95-$29-95
SUITable Accessories
Lapel pins, cips, compacts .
hundreds of jewelry pieces.
romr $1.00
66oI neczarethenbil/on
round the corner on St ate

f Michigamua3 had a farewell party for Bill Combs at
lou.e on Saturday night. Jim Tobin, Jack Cory, Ed
rutig, Gil Samuelson, and Don Wirtchafter were all
lathered around the coffee cups. But we will leave you
vith this little thought to ponder over: Ye Ed kept
eiterating-almost desperately, we .might say--that
'This was a strictly stag affair, y'unnerstan'."

a downtown coffeej

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Flasheroo Department: All the co-ops on campus got together for the
ntercooperative Party Friday night at the League. So we think it deserves
- new department. The good old square dances took a beating (or a kick-
ng) at the hands of Gladys Kidwell and Eric Lund; Irene Olsen and Roger
Goodwin; Dotty Briddon and Bob Solomon; Betty Guntley and Sig Cohen.


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