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Dance To Have
Dually Named Hop To Be Held
In Union Ballroom; Unusual
Door Prizes Will Be Presented
Promising the wackiest and 'big-
gest dance bargain of the season, a
mispellaneous group of embryonic
war committees announced yesterday
their plans for the first annual
"Spring Blow-Out" or "Michigan's
Lucky Number Hop," as it is dually
named, to be held from 9 to 12 p.m.,
Friday, March 20, at the Union.
Blended with the melodies of Bill
Sawyer's inimitable chamber musi-
cians will be a double theme of spring
(buds, birds, bees and others) and
Luck, along with a possible third
theme of defense hemoglobin con-
servation if the Early to Bed Com-
mittee of Men Students for Coopera-
tion with the League Council and
Dean of Women; one of the, spon-
soring groups, has its way.
The Luck theme will be practically
substantiated by a large and diverse
list of enticements, headed by a
mysterious grand prize to be an-
nounced later and tailed by a sub-
sbription to The Daily. The list in-
Ten tickets to miscellaneous ath-
"What Every Coed Should Know,"
by Myrtle Ersatsgirtle.
Five dance passes to the Union.
Athletic equipment autographed by
Tickets to U of M Night in Detroit.
Daily, Gargoyle and 'Ensian sub-
Ticket to the Senior Ball.
Galaxy of amazing novelty prizes.
For Forma l
Ruthvens, Dean Bursley Head
Guest Roll For Frosh Frolic
Heading the list of patrons who
will be on hand when the freshmen
make their formal debut on campus
at the annual Frosh Frolic Friday to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the
Union ballroom, will be President and
Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
I. 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 asked by the
central committee to serve as pa-
trons at the class of '45's "coming out
Red Norvo To Play
Prof. and Mrs. A. D. Moore, Prof.
and Mrs. C. F. Wells, Prof. and Mrs.
Peter Field, Prof. and Mrs. Albert
Hyma, Prof. and Mrs. P. W. Slosson,
Prof. and Mrs. R. D. Brackett, and
Prof. and Mrs. F. A. Firestone will
attend the dance, which will present
Red Norvo and his band for dancing.
Prof. N. S. Bement, Prof. and Mrs.
D. C. Long, Prof. and Mrs. L. C.
Maugh, Prof. and Mrs. B. W. Wheeler,
Dr. W. M. Brace, Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Mann, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Boys
and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Haugh have
also been extended invitations.
Others who have been asked to be
patrons for the Frolic are Mr. G. D.
Johnson, Mr. R. L. Livingston, Mr.
G. R. Monks, Mr. J. E. Moser, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Sturm, Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Test, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thorne,
Mr. J. F. Weimer, while Mrs. W. W.
Hunt, Mrs. A. O. Lee, and Mrs. L. D.
Niles have also been included. 1
Red Norvo's orchestra will feature
Kay Allen and Fran Snyder as vocal-
ists as well as the xylophone rhythms
of the maestro himself. After sev-
eral years as a soloist with Ben Ber-
nie and Paul Whiteman, Norvo
formed his own band in 1935, when
it made its official debut at New
York's Famous Door.
Tickets for the dance will continue
to be on sale this week at the main
desk of the Union. k
Tea To Be Tuesday
A Spanish Language Tea will be
held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday,
March 10, in the Kalamazoo Room
of the Michigan League. Both stu-1
dents and faculty members are in-r
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Bunny Berigan To Play At Engineers' Annual Slide Rule Ball
Theme Will Illustrate Position
Of Engineers In Defense Work,
Will Feature Huge Magazine
The unusual swing rhythms which
characterize the music of Bunny
Berigan will thrill couples attending
the annual Slide Rule Ball March 27,
when that "Miracle Man of Music"
brings his trumpet and his .orches-
tra to the Union Ballroom.
One of the world's greatest trum-
pet players-many claim him to be
even greater than Bix Beiderbecke,
the immortal cornet man-Bunny
plays practically every number, di-
Tickets will be placed on sale to
engineers only from 1 to 4 p.m.
Thursday in the lobby of the East
Engineering Building. Purchasers
must present an engineering iden-
recting the orchestra at the same
time and setting a terrific pace for
the boys swinging along right beside
None other than Louis Armstrong,
hailed by many as the greatest trum-
peter of all times, has stated, "I've
always admired Bunny Berigan for
his tone, soul, technique, his sense
of phrasing and all. To me Bunny
can do no wrong in music."
Good Trumpet Player
Bunny maintains that a good
trumpet player can gain by contrast
in breaking into a sweet, harmonious
number, indicating that patrons of
sweet music will be well served at
Among the phenomenal accom-
plishments of the great trumpeter
is a range of four octaves on his
trumpet, as he can reach an F ovrt2
high C without difficulty.
Credits Rivals With Success
Crediting two of his rivals for his
radio success, Bunny has declared
that "I'd still be puffin' hot licks on
an old bent trumpet if it weren't for
Benny Goodman and Tommy Dor-
sey." They helped him get started.
Included in a long list of impres-
sive engagements played by Berigan
and his orchestra are appearances
at such places as the Pennsylvania
Hotel in New York, the College Inn
in Chicago and the Paramount and
Loew State Theatre in New York.
Has Two Ambitions
Indicative of the maestro's musical
ideas are his two ambitions: to hide
himself somewhere in the New York
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
some day when Toscanini is conduct-
ing Debussy's "Afternoon of a Faun,"
and suddenly stand up and "get hot."
A second ambition is to swing out
at West Point on "Reveille" and
Previously announced decorations
Bowling: The third match in
the bowling tournament must be
played by Sunday.
Dance: Modern Hance group
will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
in Barbour Gymnasium.
Outdoor Sports: The Outing
Club will have a Barn Dance at
8:30 p.m. Saturday in Barbour
Gym. A hike has been scheduled
for today and hikers will meet at
2:30 p.m. in front of WAB to go
out to the Old Mill.
Basketball: Club will meet at
5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
in Barbour Gym.
Swimming: Club will meet at
8:30 p.m. at the Union.
Golf: Pitch and Putt Club will
meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the
Badminton: Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday and 4:00
p.m. Friday in Barbour Gym. The
following matches in singles tour-
ney will be played at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday: Dodd vs. Peirsol;
MacInnes vs. Czysz, and V. John-
son vs. Day. At 8 p.m., Orth vs.
Osborn; Boardman vs. Knapp,
and Cinq-Mars vs. Edmonds.
The Monday Evening Drama Sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow at
the Michigan League.
for the dance, annually sponsored
by the staff of The Michigan Tech-
nic, will follow an "Engineers in
Defense" theme. The 12-foot slide
rule used at past balls Will also be
Magazine To Decorate
Introducing the theme will be a
huge magazine replica at one end of
the Ballroom, its cover divided to
portray the engineer's part in in-
dustry and in the armed forces.
Burr J. French, '42E, editor-in-
chief of The Technic, is chairman of
the Ball this year, while Technic
managing editor John S. Burnham,
'42E, is chairman of the music com-
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
installation of officers for the com-
ing year: President, Syril Greene,
'43; vice-president, Marcia Kohl, '43;
secretary, Shirley Rudolph, '44;
treasurer, Helen Moskowitz, '44, and
historian, Shirlee Bower, '45. -
To Be Ready
Furnished by the Placement Bu-
reau of the Defense Committee, the
blanks which are to be filled out by
senior women, will be available at
all sororities and dormitories to-
These blanks, which are to aid
college women in obtaining desirable
positions upon graduation, must be
filled out and returned to the house
head by 6 p.m. Tuesday as they will
be picked up that evening.
Senior women living at home or
in League houses may get the blanks
at the office of Miss Ethel McCor -
mick, social director of the League.
This bureau is in no way competi-
tive with the University Bureau of
Occupations, but is a supplement to
Using the information obtained
from the blanks, the bureau will at-
tempt to contact companies and in-
dividuals all over the United States
needing employes. Those women
having the necessary qualifications
will be notified by the Placement Bu-
The information recorded by the
bureau is confidential and files will
be kept of the records of every wom-
an desiring the Placement Bureau's
aid. The main portion of the jobs
the .bureau attempts to fill will be
those vacated by men since the war.
Dr. Keller To Speak
Dr. Adolph Keller of Geneva,
Switzerland, will speak on "The Pres-
ent Religious Crisis in Europe," at
8:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, in the
Rackham Lecture Hall. This will be
presented under the auspices of the
Student Religious Association.
Opera To Be Given
Tomorrow To Buy
LocalS tation Wagon Inez Chamberlain, '43, has an-
Working together to raise money nounced the complete program for
for the Red Cross, Play Production the All-Methodist Breakfast which
and the School of Music are offering will be held at 8:30 a.m. today at
a special performance of the "Im- 1the Michigan Union,
presario" and "Cavalleria Rusticana" The invocation will be given
at 8:15 p.m. Monday. by Kenneth Morgan, director of
These groups are working for a the Student Religious Association
station wagon to be used in Ann Ar- Frederick Liechty will be the toast-
bor for Red Cross service. The en- master and is to be followed by Betty
tire proceeds of the performance will Rae Hileman, '42, who will welcome
go toward making the purchase. the students.
The Faculty Women's Club is spon- The president of Wesleyan Guild,
soring the affair. The chairmen are Richard Coe, '42E, will explain the
Mrs. John S. Worley, Mrs. Arthur program and purpose of the Guild.
Copeland, Mrs. W. E. Bachman, and Prof. John L. Brumm will give the
Mrs. Claude Eggerston. faculty response and then will intro-
Six tickets to the performance were duce Bishop Raymond J. Wade, who
given each of the freshman repre- will speak on his experiences with
sentatives at the Panhellenic Schol- student groups abroad.
arship Luncheon and will be dis- The first Methodist breakfast was
tributed among the various houses given last year and proved to be such
on campus. The tickets were pur- a success that it has become an an-
chased by Panhellenic Association, nual affair. Over 250 students and
which has taken a particular interest faculty members attended last year's
in this project. breakfast.
Will Be Held Today
NOR WE IAN-TYPE MOCCASIN, sturdy,
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THE SONGS YOU LOVE
ou can have the symphonic
arrangement of Jerome Kern's
melodie as played recently at
the Choral Union concert by the
Cleveland Orchestra under the
direction of Artur Rodzinski.
You can get the album of be-
loved melodies at the Radio &
Record Shop for only $3.78 in-
BREAK INTO PRINT!
Spring is the time to become
especially lovely in a colorful
print dress. It brings cheer to
the hearts of your schoolmates
and dates because you seem to
be as lighthearted as spring
itself. These amazing creations
can be found for as little as
$7.95 at The Elizabeth Dillon
Shop. It is a print that will
put you in the spring picture.
LONG BEADS ARE IN ...
Ah, now you really HAVE some-
thing and it won't cost a for-
tune either, although that's the
way they look. They come in
almost every color to either
match or contrast your sweat-
ers and skirts. For the thing
that is really tops this spring
go to The Town & College Shop
and get the color that you want
while you can.
.STERLING SILVER IS
Especially now that other kinds
of flat wear are becoming
scarce. You should choose the
pattern you like at Eibler's
right away for the price of a
place setting is only $10.95. A
wonderful gift for the bride-to-
be is to sr r on a set.
WANTED-BINOCULARS . . .
Bring us your binoculars for
appraisal and purchase. There
is a good market at the present
time so if you have any glasses
lying around that you don't
use bring them in to Calkins-
Fletcher and make the most of
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