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April 23, 1941 - Image 5

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Military Ball
Tickets To Go
On Sale Today
Bids May Be Purchased Only
By Advance R.O.T.C. Students
And Officers Through Saturday
Ticket sale for Military Ball, to
be held May 9, will open at 1:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the ROTC headquarters.
From tomorrow until Saturday the
tickets, priced at $3.00, will be sold
only to advance ROTC students and
reserved officers. Tuesday will be the
first day of sales to basic students,
and it cannot yet be ascertained if
there will be a general sale, Irl Brent,
'42BAd, tickets chairman, announced.
The annual affair will be held in
the Union and much military at-
mosphere is promised by James
Kuhns, '41, general chairman. Lt.
Leonard W. Peterson, of the military
science department, is aiding with the
plans. On the student committee are
Joseph Matt,1 '42E, secretary, Jack
Payton, '42M, music chairman, and
Thadeus Kucharski, '42E, decorations.
William'' Blanchard, '41E, is head
of the publicity committee with John
Scheibe, '42M, and Douglas Jeffrey,
41E, is programs and favors chair-
man. Lindley Dean, SpecLit, is pat-
rons and guests chairman, Elmer Fos-
ter, '41E, is entertainmAent chairman,
and Robert Radkey, '42E, is in charge
of invitations. Brent is also treasurer
of the Ball.
A special block of 10 tickets will
be available for Naval ROTC stu-
Officers' Installation
,And Dinner To Be Held
By Theta Sigma Phi
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary fra-
ternity for women in journaism, will
hold its annual Matrix Table dinner
at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
The banquet will follow the installa-
tion of new officers.
Esther Osser, '41, will be mistress
of ceremonies, and the guest speaker
will be Mrs. K. D. Pulcipher, former
national treasurer of the organiza-
tion. Other speakers will be Louise
Keller, '42, incoming president of the
local chapter, and Eloise Munger, '41,
outgoing president.
New officers to be honored are Miss
Keller, president; Viola Modlin, '42,
vice president; Vivian Maze, '42, sec-
retary-treasurer, and Phyllis Bern-
stein, 42, kepper of the archives.

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Chosen Relay Queen

Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Ball, 20,
Houston, Tex., student at the Uni-
versity of Texas, was announced as
queen of the annual Drake Relays
at Des Moines, Ia. The relays will
be held Friday and Saturday. Miss
Ball was chosen from entrants-
from 21 colleges and universities.
Will Initiate 15
New Members
Fifteen women tapped at Installa-
tion Banquet will be inducted into
Senior Society at the initiation which
will be held at 5 p.m. today in the
chapel of the League.
Following the ceremony, a banquet
will be held in honor of the new initi-
ates, and also commemorating the
35th anniversary of the society. Miss
Hope Hartwig, who became a member
of the organization 10 years ago, will
talk upon some of the interesting in-
cidents in its history.
Dean Alice Lloyd and Miss Ethel
McCormick will also speak at the
The independent women who will
be initiated into Senior Society are:
Rosebud Scott, Marjorie Polumbaum,
Margaret Sanford, Jean Hubbard,
Rhoda Leshine, Doris Cuthbert, Dor-
othy Anderson, Mildred Curtis, Emi-
lie Root, Betty Walker, Elizabeth
Luckhamv Jean Krise, Pearl Brown,
Donna Baish and Mary Virginia
Club To Hold Dinner
The Monday Evening Drama Sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet at a dinner to be held at
6:15 p.m. Monday at the Union.

Dance Revue
Will Be Held
To Aid England
Ann Arbor 'Juniors On Parade'
Will Sponsor Musical Comedy;
Proceeds To Buy Field Kitchen
All out aid to Britain in the form
f a two hour dance revue by 150
,nn Arbor "Juniors on Parade" will
egin at 8:15 today with the first of
ive performances of the musical
;omedy dance show, proceeds from
which will go to the British War
Relief Society, Inc.
Included in the show will be ap-
proximately 32 solo dances interspers-
ing a series of specialty choruses.
In the prolouge, the purpose of the
show will be explained by a group of
younger children costumed as a nose-
gay of American Beauties, while Act
I will represent a ship bearing refu-
gee children to America.
To Feature Hula
In this scene chiefly younger child-
ren will do the dances of the various
nations including a Hawaiian hoola'
dance followed by a comedy take off
of it. Finale of the act will represent
the arrival of the ship in America,
while Act II will be a series of musi-
cal comedy dances.
Included in the latter group will be
a ballet to four famous waltzes,,
a Scotch dance representing a change
of guard at Buckingham palace, a
parasol dance and a Spanish dance of
old California.
Finale To Ie Martial
Annapolis and West Point on pa-
rade will be a part of the finale, all
of which will be military in theme,
closing with the presentation of six
red, white and blue parade gowns.
Reservations for tickets may be
made at the Lydia Mendelssohn box
office in the League. The Ann Arbor
Unit of the British Relief Society
which will receive the proceeds of the
show, plans to spend the funds on a
mobile field kitchen for use in bombed
civilian zones in England. The truck
will be marked with the name of the
local unit.

bour Gymnasia.
Included among the patrons are
President and Mrs. Franklin D. Roose-
velt, Sen. and Mrs. iArthur H. Van-
denberg, Sen. and Mrs. Prentiss M.
Brown., Rep. and Mrs. Earl C. Mich-
ener, Gov. and Mrs. Murray D. Van
Wagoner, Mayor and Mrs. Walter C.
Sadler and Mayor-elect and Mrs.
Yeigh J. Young.
List Continues
Continuing the list are Regent and
Mrs. Franklin W. Cook, Regent Esther
M. Cram and Mr. Leroy Cram, Re-
gent and Mrs. David H. Crowley, Re-
gent and Mrs. Eugene B. Elliott, Re-
gent and Mrs. Charles F. Hemons,
Regent and Mrs. J. Joseph Herbert,
Regent and Mrs. Harry J. Kipke,
Regent and Mrs. John D. Lynch, Re-
gent and Mrs. Edmund C. Shields and
Regent-elect A. B. Connable. ,
Other patrons are President and
Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-President and
Mrs. James D. Bruce, Vice-President
and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Vice-
President and Mrs. Clarence F. Yoak-
um, Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Secretary and Mrs. Herbert G. Wat-
kins, Dean and Mrs. Wells I. Bennett,
Archery, Tennis
Groups To Meet
Archery club will meet at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow at Palmer Field, or
in case of rain, inside the W.A.B.
Eleanor Gray, '43, manager, urges
all novices, as well as those more ex-
perienced in the sport, to attend.
Entries for the singles and mixed
doubles tennis tournament must be
signed by noon Saturday on the bul-
letin board of the W.A.B., announced
Harriett Pratt, '43, tennis manager.
The tournament will be posted Mon-
day and the first match must be
played by Friday, May 2.

Michilodeon's patrons continue with
Dean and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Dean
and Mrs. Albert C. Furstenburg, Dean
and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. E.
Blythe Stason, Dean and Mrs. Walter
B. Rea, Dean and Mrs. Erich A.
Walter, Dean and Mrs. Lloyd S.
Woodburne, Dean Byrl F. Bacher,
Dean and Mrs. Alfred H. Lovell, Prof.
and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler, Prof. and
Mrs. Robert C. Angell, Prof. and
Mrs. Arthur E. R. Boak and Prof. and
Mrs. A. W. Bromage.
Further patrons are Prof. and Mrs.
John L. Brumm, Prof. and Mrs. Her-
bert O. Crisler, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis
VI. Gram, Prof. and Mrs. Hayward
Keniston, Prof. and Mrs. Elmer D.
Mitchell, Prof. and Mrs. John E.
Tracy, Prof. and Mrs. Chester Wis-
ler, Prof. and Mrs. Clifford E. Woody,
Prof. and Mrs. J. S. Worley, Prof. and
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost and Prof.
Laurie E. Campbell.
More Names Added
Continuing the list are Prof. and
Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Prof. Mabel E.
Ruzen, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van-
Duren, Prof. Valentine B. Windt, Dr.
and Mrs. Carl E. Badgeley, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Dr. and Mrs. Edward
Blakeman, Dr. William Brace, Dr.
George A. May, Dr. and Mrs. Dean
W. Myers, Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Sink, Dr. and Mrs. Howard B. Lewis
and Dr. Elmer R. Townsley.
The list goes on with Miss Ruth
H. Bloomer, Miss Helen Jane Ellis,
Miss Marie Hartwig, Mrs. Violet Han-
ley, Mr. James O. Kelly, Miss Ruth
J. Kremers, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
C. Juenzel, Mr. Vernon W. Larson,
Miss Ethel B. McCormick, Miss Bar-
bara McIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Don May,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Muller', Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Oakes, Miss Rhoda
Reddig, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waltz,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping and
Mr. Wilfred Shaw.

Committee Announces Patrons.
List For Michilodeon Carnival
Patrons and patronesses have been Dean and Mrs. Russell W. Bunting,
announced for Michilodeon, Michi- Dean Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and
gan's 1941 carnival, which is to be M's. Ivan C. Crawford. Dean and
hel frm 730p~ tominigt, ayMirs. Samuel T. Dana and Dean and
held from 7:30 p.m. to midnight, May Mrs. James B. Edmunson.
2 and 3, in the Waterman and Bar- Patrons Announced

Dating Service
Held For Dance
'Fresh-Airs' Bureau To Open
Today In League And Union
Men and women in need of "Fresh-
Airs" can find their partners for the
dance, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday in the League Ballroom
through the Freshman Project Date
Bureau, open from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
this week until Friday, in the League
and Union.
Betty Ann Heidbreder and Morrow
Weber are in charge of the dating
service which has been run with great
success in past years, said Mildred
Otto, publicity chairman for the Pro-
iect. Either men or women may be
provided with dates by applying at the
The Project, which has been made
representative of the talent of the
freshman class this year by the use
of a Skit Parade scheme for the floor
show, will include entertainment in
the form of 20 Michigan "take-offs"
as well as the music of Bob Sylvester
and his orchestra making his first ap-
pearance in Ann. Arbor.
Tickets for the dance may be ob-
tained all day at the League and
Union main : desks at the price of
$1.25. Members of the skit groups.
are reminded that dress rehearsals
will be held today and tomorrow eve-
nings in the League, according to Jean
Whittemore and Helen Eckerman who
are in charge of the floor show com-
Dance Club To Meet
The Dance Club will hold its meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. today in Barbour
Gymnasium. A special feature of
the evening will be the appearance
of Anne Wiener of the American
School of Ballet and Ballet Caravan
as guest instructor. Anyone inter-
ested in modern dance or ballet may

League To Hold
Final Petitioning
For House Head
A House Committee Chairman of
the League, last member of the 1941-
42 League Council, lis to be selected
from junior women who may peti-
tion today through noon Saturday
in the Undergraduate Office.
Entailing a change of both title
and duties, the new chairman will
replace the publicity chairman and
will be in charge of gathering the
material, writing, and distributing
the monthly "What's Up" bulletin
of the League and the poster and
Daily publicity for the 7-11 Club.
In addition she will have the job
of organizing for use the new under-
graduate rooms on the third floor
of the League which have been
placed at the disposal of groups
working on class projects atd dance
committees. Posters and notices for
the bulletin board of the Undergrad-
uate Office will likewise be under
the direction of the chairman and
her committee.
Interviewing for those who have
petitioned will take place Tuesday,
April 29, by appointment.
Hobby Lobby To Hold
First Meeting Today;
To Teach Handiwork
Hobby Lobby will hold its first
meeting from 3:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
today at the W.A.B., announced
Dorothy Proser, '44, and Flora Han-
nahs, '44, co-chairmen.
All kinds of work in leather, weav-
ing, metal, wood, and plastic become
manifested in coin purses, cigarette
holders and cases of wood or leather,
belts, bracelets and bandbags in this
activity club.




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