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ROTC Students

THE MHIfHGAN 1)AILY'PE Ca 2
Will Present ilitary Ball Today In Union

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Hardy Features
Spring Theme
Dance Today
League 'Informal' To Highlight
'St. James Infirmary' Kolesar
In Original 'Hep' Arrangements
Supporters of the really special
"jump and jive" will miss out in lots
of ways if they miss the "Spring In-
formal" which Gordon Hardy and
lis hand will present from 9 p.m. tol
midnight today in the League Ball-
room.
"St. James' Infirmary" Kolesar,
popularly known as Robert C. Kole-
sar, '43, is going to be one of the
main fuatures of the evening and his
own original "hep" songs are said
to be worth hearing. He was a more
or less incidental feature of the "Wol-
verine Hop" a few weeks back, when
he aided in presenting Al Wistert's
ballad, "Doodle-ee-doo."
That night he sang a few songs
on his own hook and has been known
as the "hi-dee-ho" king of the Mich-
igan campus ever since. This time he
won't have the support of the wholei
team behind him, but being a guard
on the team himself, he does pretty
well in his own right. .
To give the dancers a chance for
relaxation after Kolesar's renditions,
Joan Reutter and "Doc" Sprachlin,
regular vocalists with the orchestra,
will take over. According to Hardy,
there will be several new arrange-
ments presented during the evening
too.
Comfortable dancing is the pass-
word in the League, so those attenl-
ing may come as informally as a
"Spring Informal" will permit. Tick-
ets may be obtained at the League
desk or at the door before the dan:e.

Annual AffairTo Present Music
Of Gray Gordon And Orchestra
Although decorations and entertainment may still be faintly suggestive
of the unpleasantness of war, the gaiety of dancing couples will prevail for
the most part from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. today when ROTC students present
their annual Military Ball in the Union Ballroom.
Leading this one-night retreat from reality will be the music of Gray
Gordon and his orchestra, acclaimed "the band of the year" because of the
demand for his music on juke boxes all over the country.
Combined en a full dance program to be rendered by the band will be
novelty, instrumental and vocal specialty numbers. vocalists Barbara Mof-

To Lead Annual Military Ball Tonight

Ruthvens Head
List Of Patrons

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'Co-Op'Dac
i O Dance
Is Tomorrow
Wolverine To Turn Proceeds
Into 'Bomber-Scholarships'
Bomber-Scholarship Project has
found another ardent backer in the
Wolverine Cooperative. The members
of the Wolverine are donating the
use of their building gratis and mem-
bers are giving their services free
for a dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow so that all the proceeds can
go to the fund.
Several Ann Arbor merchants, re-
ported Murray Gottleib, '42, one of
the Wolverine members in charge of
the dance, have contributed funds to
supplement those contributed by the
Wolverine.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Wolverine now or at the door to-
morrow.'

Bicycle Trip

Planned

Everycne is invited to attend the
work hostel, sponsored by the Outing
Club, and those attending are to
meet at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Hill Aud-
itorium. The group will bicycle outj
to Saline Valley Farms hostel.
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fett and Ted Travers doing the
singing.
Decorations will contrast slightly
with this aunosphere of gaiety, as
sand-bagged machine gun emplace-
ments located at strategic points
about the main ballroom will set off
the brightness of the flags and bunt-
ing elsewhere in the room.
In keeping with this theme, the
small ballroom will be decorated as
an air raid shelter, although no raid
is anticipated during the Ball.
Ballroom decorations will be com-
pleted with a special sentry box at
the door, from which tickets will be
taken, but it has also been an-
nounced that a special feature of the
decorations will be constructed in
the hall outside of the Ballroom to
add still more realism to the setting.
The drill team, which has proven.
so popular in past years, will be on
hand again for this year's dance, but
again the circumstances have been
altered, and attending couples are
warned to expect some real surprises
during intermission.
Sharing honors at the Ball today
will be Cadet Colonel Verne C. Ken-
nedy. '42E, and his date, Marcia
Sharpe, '45A, and Ball Chairman
Lindley M. Dean. LitSpec, and Mrs.
Dean.
Sponsored by the ROTC cadets,
the Ball is nevertheless open to the
campus at large, and the olive drab
of the Army will be supplemented
not only with the blue of the Navy
but with the contrast of tux and
tails as well.
Ball committee members are Dean,
John Scheibe, '42M, Walter Strick-
land, '42E, Dean Thomas, '42, Fran-
cis Anderson, '43M, Robert Snow,
'42E, Phil Levy, '43, Robert Ehrlich,
'43E, Ray Gauthier, '42E, Ivan Scha-
fer, '42E, and Charles Thatcher, '43E.
Schools Invited
B Dance Club
Symposium Will Be Presented
Tomorrow By Nearby Colleges
Everyone is cordially invited to
"spectate" at the Dance Symposium,
sponsored by the Dance Club, all day
tomorrow at the University High
School gymnasium, according to Hel-
en Willcox, '44Ed, president of the
club.
The following nearby colleges will
be participating in the event: Wayne
University, Michigan State Normal
College, Hillsdale College, Jackson
Junior College and Central State
Teacher's College. Besides these sev-
eral high schools will take part:
Jackson High School, Northwestern
High School, Detroit, Ann Arbor High
School and University High School.
Plans for the day begin with regis-
tration at 10:30 a.m. followed by the
presentation of a Master lesson. This
lesson will be given by Miss Nancy
McKnight, formerly a Hanya Holm's
Concert Dancer. If weather permits
an outdoor luncheon will be served
for the guests at Palmer Field. Other-
wise it will be held in the W.A.B.
The developing of impromptu com-
positions by the various schools will
make up the afternoon activities.
The dance symposium will end with
the presentation of finished pro-
grams by each school.
Kappa Delta announces the recent
initiation of Shirley Holman, '44.
Elaine Holt, '45, Kathryn Lee, '43,
and Mary Ellen Sandoz, '45, were
pledged.

MR. AND MRS. LINDLEY M. DEAN

President and Mrs. Ruthven will
lead the list of those who have been
isked to serve 'as patrons for the
awyers' annual Crease Ball to be
ield from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fridays
May 1 in the Lawyers Club Lounge.
Dean and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason,
Prof. and Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, Dean-
emeritus and'Mrs. Henry Bates, Prof.
Emeritus Joseph H. Drake and Prof.-
Emeritus Edwin C. Goddard will also
attend.
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph Aigler, Prof.
Hobart Coffey, Prof. and Mrs. John
Dawson, Prof. and Mrs. Edgar N.
Durfee, Prof. and Mrs. Grover C.
3rismore and Prof. and Mrs. Laylin
K. James will also be present.
The list continues with Prof. and
Mrs. Burke Shartel, Prof. and Mrs.
Lewis N. Simes, Prof. and Mrs. Ed-
son R. Sunderland, Prof. and Mrs.
John A. Tracy, Prof. and Mrs. Hes-
sel E. Yntema, Prof. and Mrs. John
B. Waite and Prof. and Mrs. William
Blume.
Prof. and Mrs. Paul G. Kaujer,
Prof. and Mrs. Marvin L. Niehuss,
Prof. and Mrs. Russell A. Smith,
Miss Katherine Murray, Miss Myra
Steorck, Miss Inez Boyorth, Miss
Julia Jamison and Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Frederick.

Nancy

Fiistrup, WAA President,

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Attends Federation Convention
By PHYLLIS PRESENT
The varied and strange accents rolling off the tongues of women from
Maine to California were amazing to tall, slim Nancy Filstrup, '43, newly
elected president of the WAA, who recently attended the convention of the
Athletic Federation of College Women at Wellesley College with Miss Marie
Hartwig, national secretary-treasurer.
This association is made up of WAA's or similar organizations from
schools all over the country, and it regulates all activities among them. It is
due to the Federation that inter- '
collegiate competition is excluded,
and instead sports for the sake of
recreation and fun are encouraged.
Since the beginning, the association's
motto has always been "Cooperation
instead of Competition."

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According to Miss Filstrup, dele-
gates all came to this convention
with the same question in mind,
"what part can women of my school
play in national defense?" Of course,
this turned out to be the theme of
the conference. Out of people from
all over the United States who at-
tended this convention, the Univer-
sity of Michigan's WAA president
Miss Filstrup, was selected as chair-
man of the Committee on Defense,
the most importadt committee of a
group of 12.
Drawn up by this committee was
the following resolution on defense:
that AFCW, realizing the responsi-
bility of each college student, partici-
pate to its utmost in the war effort
by taking increased initiative and
leadership in the physical fitness
program; that they work through
the individual to the campus and
ultimately the community; that they
utilize their special .training to con-
tribute to the health and morale of
the nation.
A Victory Platform for the AFCW,
including eight statements, was
drawn up also. Some of the most
important statements of the platform
were these:
1. Coordinate and cooperate with

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5. Provide fun and variety in
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Initiations Announced
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