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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1941

TH.- MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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ASn
Anson
Project Petitioning
Will1 Close Today
Petitioning for central commit
positions onnFreshman Project,
nual dance and floorshow given
women of the freshman class,v
close today. Interviewing will bed
next week.
The general chairmanship and r
sitions as costume, patrons, decoy
tions, finance, dance, tickets, and pi
licity chairmen and recorder will
open. Petitionees are to bring tic
eligibility cards at the time of tih
interview, and may submit ideas
the dance not included in their :
tion at that time.

Weeks

To

Pl.ay

At

Annual Assembly

Ball

James Hamilton, Tenor
TEACHER OF SINGING
Private and Class Instruction
Monday - Thursday

Tryouts For 'Jumping Jupiter,' Dance Ticket
1941 JQP, Will Begin Monday Sale Opening 7/e Iltite White4
Tryouts for parts in "Jumping Jup- or who can accompany for a variety T o Be T uesday (Editor's Note: This week Jeanne Navy advance is always better dressed
iter," 1941 JGP, will begin from 2 of popular songs. Crump. '42, whose home is now in
p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday and continue The room notice for tryouts will be Independent Formal, 'Garden Washington. D.C., will give you a than are the women at any other
through 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday in posted on the bulletin board in the Gglimpse at capital society as it was at state reception, and the reason is
thrug 2p~. o pm. ueda i pstd n he uletn oad n he Gavotte', Will Be Held Friday, one of this winter's white House re-f said to be because the wives have,
the League. League. Junior dues, if not alreadyMarch cetions) sgot to biveu sthees h
ai, wllbe olectd romtrout.h 7,In LegeBallroom P. "got to live up to there men."
Those junior women whose last paid, will be collected from tryouts.L
+~As n elhrcekrcit noi *ad. Do you have the same feeling aboutI this, the line proceeds
names begin with A through M will Also any health recheck receipts Anson Weeks and his orchestra will The White House as you do about slowly through galleries lined with
report for tryouts Monday; N through that have not yet been turned in are eturn to the campus to play forB n ms portraits of past presidents and their
to e hnde inat histim. Asemly' anualsprng all "Gr-Buckingham Palace-perhaps you prriso atpeiet n hi
Z will be taken Tuesday. Scenes to be handed in at this timeh fAiosebly's annual spring Ball, "Gar- wives. After ascending the large stair-
from any play may be brought by Songs To Be Chosen den Gavotte," which will be given k of it as some ar away, im-way and entering the ballroom, young
those who are trying out for speak- Songs for the play have not yet 1 m .pressive place full of dignity and for- military attaches take groups of six
ing roles. If the tryouts prefer, they1 been decided upon, and any new m 9 p.m.to1 a.m. March 7 in the mality. Impressive and formal it is, -never more-into the Blue Room
may use poetry instead of drama for songs will be considered with the rest. League Ballroom. but also beautiful and pleasant, and to meet President and Mrs. Roosevelt.
their auditions. I If anyone has a song that has not Weeks, of "Let's go dancin' with the Roosevelts have a knack for mak- Th introduction is made by General
Roles Are Varied yet been auditioned or handed in, Anson" fame, is now playing in Chi- ing each one of their guests feel Watson, secretary and aid to the
This year's production includes al- either call Phyllis Waters, music cago and will make a special trip to as if they were being especially re- I President. It is amazing how the
most every type of role, which makes chairman, at 2-2547, or leave a copy . ceived. Roosevelts can remember names and
a place for every type of actor. Those of the song at the main desk of the Last week in Washington, at the speak graciously to each individual.
who wish to participate in song or League. oloists with Weeks' orchestra are Army-Navy reception given by the They had a word to say to each per-
dance choruses must also try out, The committee is especially look- Virginia Mathews and King Harvey. President and Mrs. Roosevelt for the son and there were 1800 people pre-
even though they are already on the ing for more entries for the theme Weeks and -his orchestra were at high ranking officers of the Army, sented to them that night!
song or dance committees. song, "Jumping Jupiter," but all types Michigan last spring when they Navy, and Marine Corps, among those Cabinet Received
Tryouts for song choruses may sing of songs can be submitted for con- payed for the Capitalist Ball, who were present, and who found Members of the Cabinet were also
whateversideration there what might be best described receiving. From the Blue Rdom it
pianists provided who can read the "Jumping Jupiter" will be given "Garden Gavotte" is centered as charming formality, were Lt. Col. is but a few steps to the East Room
sheet music that the tryouts bring, March 26, 27, 28 and 29. The open- around that lively dance originating and Mrs. Crump, who last year lived and the State Dining Room where
ing night, according to tradition, will with the French peasants, and will in Ann Arbor. refreshments were being served in
-lC <----o<---- o---- - be given, for senior women after be set in the atmosphere of old-fash- Affair Was Brilliant regal fashion, and in the ballroom
their senior banquet. The script, hcned formal landscape. To use the words of The Washing- the Marine Band was playing. At the
written by Frances Patterson, '41,Is Spring To Be Previewed ton Post, it was the "largest, most end of the evening, which had been
a modern satire with a classic Greek Helen Culley, '41, general chairman colorful and by far the best dressed handled with laudable but quiet ef-
setting. o the Ball, described the dance by reception at the White House this ficiency for such a large reception,
o aying that it would be a "glimpse winter. .. " First step in the handling all members of the United States mil-
} Sw I tr Club TO Meet of the spring that's just around the of this brilliant affair was when en- itary services, retiring in their bril-
T corner." According to Miss Culley, graved and crested invitations in of- liant uniforms, had a feeling that the
. Water ballet instruction will be in- it will be different from the usual ficial cars went out to the officers. President and his wife had arranged
cluded in the program of the women's Assembly Ball in that the whole ball- They were accompanied by cards to and presided over an impressive and
had at ________Swimming Club which has its first room will be made a part of the at- be used on the windshields of cars pleasant affair.
ed a meeting at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the mosphere. to be admitted within the White -
ed, and our shoe bags an Union Pool. Individual instruction "Picturesque" was the word used House grounds. Once inside the Pres-
orwhoic ful gifts and are very for non-swimmers will be given in the by Evelyn Kuivinen, '42A, co-chair- ident's home, guest's wraps were ef-
hr whole handy to have around. Barbour Gymnasium pool to all those man of decorations, in describing the ficiently taken and tagged in a very
who sign up in Room 15 in the gym- Ball which has been planned to short while.

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T.W O IMPORTANT SPRING QUESTIONS:
What Lit?
AND

turn the ballroom into an old-fash-
ioned garden, with appropriate flow-
er displays.
Daffodils and music, both sweet
and swing, will be in store 'for inde-
pendents and their guests on March
7, when the Assemblyites pay back
for those J-Hop nights.
Tickets To Be Sold
Ticket sale for the dance will be-
gin Tuesday in the League lobby.
Members of the central committee
will contact League houses and dorm-
itories Wednesday evening, and tick-
ets may be purchased from them at
this time. The price of tickets for this
year's Ball is three dollars, and they
will be sold only to those with inde-
pendent identification cards.
Patricia Walpole. '41, was general
chairman of last year's Assembly Ball.
Freddy Martin and his orchestra pro-
vided the music for the Independent
Women's dance which featured as its
theme the origin of Leap Year and its
modern interpretation. The decora-
tions revealed that Leap Year origi-
nated in Scotland by proclamation
of the Queen.

It took much longer to get through
the receiving line,-well over an hour
for most to reach the Roosevelts.
The time, however, went quickly be-
cause officers, who are always chang-
ing their addresses and are scattered
about in the various branches of the
service, were constantly greeting old
friends which they had not seen in
many years. Then too, the colorful-
ness of the full dress uniforms and
medals added much to the already
beautiful and dignified White House
halls.
The women also brought in much of
the brilliance. It is said that the
feminine contingent at this Army-

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ASSEMBLY MEETINGS
Helen Culley, '41, general chair-
man of Assembly Ball, has an-
nounced that there will be a meet--
ing of the central committee at
4:30 p.m. Monday in the League.
There will be a meeting of the
ticket committee of the Ball at
5 p.m. Monday in the League.

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