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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Senior Ball Tickets

To Go On Sale

Today At League, Union

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1942 JGP
Petitions Due
Saturday Noon
Eligible Sophomores Can Get
Blanks In League; Interviews
AWill Be Held Starting Tuesday
All sophoiore women who are eli-
gible, may petition today through
Saturday noon for .any of seventeen
positions open on the 1942 JGP, an-
nounced June Baits, '42, chairman of
the Judiciary Committee.
Those who intend to petition may
obtain blanks in the Undergraduate
Office of the League and no petitions I
will be accepted unless they are onI
time. Any eligible woman in the soph-
omore class may petition and inter-
views will be held from 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday of
next week. All petitioners are request-
ed to bring their eligibility cards to
the interview.
Chairmen of committees to be!
picked from those petitioning in-
clude: general chairman, patrons,
tickets, publicity, 'finance, programs,
make-up, dance, music, props, cos-
tumes, ushers and scenery. There are
four positions which are open but
which are not included on the cen-
tral committee. These are: bookhold-
er, recorder, assistant dance chair-
man and assistant costume chairman.
The 1941 JGP which was recently
completed, had its setting in ancient
Greece with a modern twist to the
dialogue and action, and there were
over one hundred Junior girls who
took part in the production.
Horseshow Entrants
May Sign Up Today
All University men and women in-'
terested in entering the horseshow
May 17, sponsored by Crop and Sad-
dle, University women's riding club,
are urged to sign up between 2 p.m.
and 3 p.m. today through Friday.
The entry fee is 50 -cents and students
may enter in the horsemanship open
events.
Mary Hayden, '42, president of
Crop and Saddle, announced par-
ticipation in the horseshow is not lim-
ited to members of Crop and Saddle
and Boot and Spur, University men's
riding club.
Tickets On Sale
Tickets for Military Ball to be
held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday
in the Union are now on general
sale at the Union desk. They are
priced at $3 and may also be ob-
tained from any of the central
committee members.

'Suited' For Campus

Only Seniors
May Purchase
Bids To Prom
identification Cards Needed;
Tickets Limited In Number;
Early Applications Are Urged
Tickets for Senior Ball will be on
,alc from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today, to-
morrow and Friday, in the lobbies of
the League and the Union, and may
be obtained by seniors of any school
on campus, according to Bill Elmer,
'41, publicity member of the dance
committee.
Seniors must present identifica-
tion cards individually to get the
tickets, which will be priced at
$4. General sale of any remain-
ing tickets will be Saturday. The
ticket sale will be limited, so early
applications are urged.
Outdoor Dancing Featured
Outdoor dancing on a special floor
constructed behind the Intramural
Building will be the new feature of
the dance, which will be held from
10 p.m. to 3 a.n. Friday, June 20.
Lact year's ball had a summer garden
set up where refreshments were
served, which suggested this new out-
door platform. The League will use
this platform for its weekend dances
i during the sumer session.
Playing at the Ball will be Glennj
Miller, selected for the second time
as the band for Michigan's last big
dance of the year. Miller was also
j voted the favorite bandleader of col-
lege students, for the second year in a
row.

Modern Dancers Will Appear
At Benefit' Concert In Detroit

WOMEN'S STAFF STILL OPEN TO FRESHMEN
Any freshman woman interested in the women's staff of The Daily
is urged to attend a meeting at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Publications
Building, Janet Hiatt, Women's Editor, announced, at which time the
nature of editorial work will be explained.
Tryouts do not need to have had any past writing experience, nor
do they have to be acquainted in "any way with newspaper work.
The training course for tryouts consists of headline writing, news and
feature writing, the technique of interviewing and the method of cover-
ing beats.

Suits remain our favorites for
campus wear, dinner, and Sunday
dates. The one above is fitted,
well-tailored, with huge pockets,
and a full skirt with a clever kick
pleat.
Ruthv'cns Invite
Student croups
fTo Tea Today
Mrs. James B. Sherman of Alpha
Gamma Delta and Miss Edith Bar-
nard, University House, succeeded
in the second hour by Miss E. Irene
Bcelts of Victor Vaughn House and
Mrs. Leonora Boyd of Zeta Tau Al-
pha, will serve as pourers' at the
Ruthven student tea, 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. today.
Special invitations have been issued
to ten organizations, but members o:
all campus groups are welcome tc
attend.
League Social Committee assistants
with Marjorie Storken, '43, and Jane
Honey, '43, in charge, are Mary Elea-
nor Brown, '43, Geraldine McKinley
'43, Dorothy Cummings, '43, Barbara
Young, '43, and Carol Pitcher, '43
for the first hour. Barbara Mac-
Laughlin, '43, Beth Cowing, '43, Sal-
ly Walsh, '43, Gloria Nelthorpe, '44
and Nan Grey, '43, will continue for
the remainder of the tea.

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The University Dance Group will
dance their way over forty miles to bet
a part of a benefit dance concert
being given by the Modern Dancei
Guild at 8:15 p.m. Sunday at the1
Northern High School Auditorium in
Detroit.
Under the direction of Miss Ruth
Bloomer, of the Physical Education
Department, the group will perform]
four numbers. 'The Evening,' done1
originally as a solo, has been arranged'
by Joseph Gornbein, '41, for six
dancers, and will be danced to a poem
of John Malcolm Brinnen read by
David Rich, '42.
'Show piece,' a duet, will be per-
formed by Joseph Gornbein and Hel-
en Ellis, Grad. Another duet, 'To A
Yiddish Melody,' will be repeated for
the second season by popoular re-
quest by Sara Graf, Grad., and Helen
Ellis. The only solo will be 'Fanfare,'
to be danced by Joseph Gornbein.
The proceeds of the concert will
be used for a scholarship to the
Humphrey-Weidman Theatre in New
York City. Auditions for this schol-
arship will be held at the Jewish Com-
munity Center in Detroit on June 1,
"W7~eddings
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6nagfemnen ts
Mrs. Mary A. Hoskinz, of Iron
Mountain, Michigan, recently an-
nounced the engagement of her
granddaughter, Betsy Tretheway,
'42, to John G. Angle, '40, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Glen D. Angle of Detroit.
The bethrothal was announced at
dinner at the Kappa Delta house of
which Miss Thretheway is a member.
She is social chairman of the sorori-
ty and has worked on JGP and the
social committee of the League.
Mr. Agle is affiliated with Alpha
Tau Omega. No date has been set for
the wedding.
.. *.- *
Dr. and Mrs. J. Leslie French of
Caro, Michigan, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Eliza-
beth Grace French, '40Ed, to Lieu-
tenant John Graham Young of Utica,
New York, son of Professor and Mrs.
Leigh J. Young of Washtenaw Ave-
new, Ann Arbor. The date of the wed-
ding has been set for July 5.
While in college Miss French was
vice-president of the senior class,
president of Alumnae House, a mem-
ber of Choral Union, and active in
Michigan League affairs.
Mr. Young is a member of Tau Beta
Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Vulcans, and
Scabbard and Blade. He is now in
active service in the United States
Army as Second Lieutenant in the
Rochester Ordnance District, and has
been assigned duty as Army Inspec-
tor of Ordnance at the Bossert Com-
pany of Utica.

and are open to any student in De-
troit or vicinity. Applicants should
state age, dance training and exper-
ience in a letter addressed to Tosia
Mundstock, chairman of the Guild,
1756 Chicago Blvd., no later than May
25.
Members of the campus dance
group are Neva Dilley, 4lEd, Jean
Doris, '43, Helen Ellis, Joseph Gorn-
bein, Sara Graf and Shirley Risberg,
'42. The accompanist is Stanley Lock,
'42.
Admission to the concert will be
fifty cents and tickets are available
at Barbour Gymnasium.
illel Formal
To Be May 17
Max Crossman's Orchestra
Will Play For Annual Dance
The Hillel Spring Formal, last social
affair of the season for members of
Hillel Foundation, will be held from
9 p.m. until 12 p.m. Saturday, May:
17, in the ballroom of the League,
with Max Crossman's orchestra sup-
plying the music, announced Laura
Katzenel, '41Ed., general chairman.
As always, admission will be free
for affiliates of the Foundation, the
price for non-members being $1.50.
per couple, Miss Katzenel continued.
The complete list of patrons has not
been announced as yet, but will be
headed by Rabbi Jehuda Cohen, said
Deena Beiber, '43, patrons chairman.
Chapter House
Activity Notes
Alpha Chi Omega anounces the
pledging of Mary Keppel, '44, of Chat-
taraugus, N. Y.
Alpha Delta Pi has pledged Nelda
Cain, '44, of Forest Hill, L.I. The
Chapter also announces that it is
leading in. a British Relief contest
sponsored by their national organiza-
tion. The winning chapter by virtue
of having most sweaters knit for
Britain will have all expenses paid
for one delegate to their convention
to be held this summer at Hot
Springs.
Chi Psi announces the recent pledg-
ing of Bryant Dunshee, '42, Ann Ar-
bor.
Phi Sigma Sigma has initiated
Rhoda Cohen, '43, of Chestnut Hill,
Mass., and has pledged Phyllis Le-
vine, '44, of Hossick Falls, N.Y.
Hobby Group Meets
Hobby Lobby will meet at 3:15 p.m.
today at Palmer Field House. Any
girls interested in craft work, leath-
erworking, and woodburning, are in-
vited to attend.

Coats & Suits
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SPECIAL SELLING of coats and
suits , ..shetlands, tweeds, plaids
and twills in casual and dressy
styles. Better dresses that can -be
worn from now on thru summer.
Junior, regular and half sizes.
Z74. £Zizateth fi/ton
SHOP
'round the corner on State

CLEAN-UP
SALE

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Swing Rivals Sweet
One reason for his lasting popular-'
ity is the versatility of his arrange-
ments. Record sales show that his
swing numbers are as enthusiastically
received as his sweet tunes.
Paula Kelley is carrying the vocal
refrains with Ray Eberle, while "Tex"
Benecke does novelties; Miller has al-
so Worked up some tricky arrange-
ments for his chorus, the "Modern-
aires." Miss Kelley is a newcomer to
the band.
Broomstick'
Sk irts Copied
From Indians

Darielle Sanda

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$6.75
BREEZE-COOL summer shoe
favorite in perforated
chalk-white suede. Lug-
gage brown calf platform.
Low peg-top heel.

"Roll your own," will be the slo-
gan of American women this sum-
mer and it won't apply to cigarettes
or stockings, but to those new
- crinkly "broomstick" skirts, bor-
rowed from the Indians.
r These gay garments come in a
variety of bright cotton prints and
get their name from the fact that
their crinkly pleats are obtained by
winding and tying them around a
broomstick while still damp and al-
lowing them to dry in this manner-
reputedly an old Navajo trick. In
the modern version the stick is not
borrowed from the nearest kitchen
but is a little bamboo one that comes
with each skirt.
These typically American styles
come in street and floor lengths and
will be worn on the campus and
beaches, yet they are equally appro-
priate for a picnic or a dance.
They may be worn with shirt-
waists, dainty white blouses, or, if
you prefer the peasant effect, with
an embroidered one of the Hun-
garian variety.
Continue Interviews
Interviewing for Soph Cabaret will
continue from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today
through Friday in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. Interviewees are
asked to bring eligibility cards and
come prepared to elaborate on sug-
gestions for a central theme or com-
mittee organization.

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