THE' MICI~GAN AIIA
Leroy Smith Popul
Will Provide Qot E
Dance Band Setting the
Coeds with Friends in Service song, "It's a
May Take Soldiers Posted Here; Savitt and hi
y the music fo
Proceeds To Go to Bomber Fund annual Slide
the Union B
Panhellenic Ball, with an all-out- Known a
for-war theme will be held from 9 to Swing," Jan
midnight, Saturday, March 27 in early training
the League Ballroom, Sue Wood, ber of Leopo:
'44, general chairman of the Ball phia Orchest
Committee, announced today. teens and i
Furnishing music for the event organization.
will -be Leroy Smith, and his orches- Savitt's rise t
tra, and all proceeds will go to the enal.
Bomber Scholarship and other char- efe Si
ities Defied Swing
Following the war theme, there Jan, a c.
will be no decorations and no pro- brought all th
grams in order that the extra ex- spiration of t
pense needed for them can add that even going s
much more to the charitable contri- tradition by
bution from the dance. Panhellenic swing instrun
is the first organization of its kind rounding hir
to make such a complete break with soloists ande
tradition. who turn sw
Plans are now being considered bers into eng
to enable coeds whose friends are Recently, h
now in the service, to take one of fervor over h
the soldiers stationed on campus to
the affair. According to the com- Sorry--all
mittee, coeds would be aiding in the Rule Ball a
war effort by doiIg so, since all net sell-out has
receipts from the dance will be con- the Ball cor
tributed to some worthy cause.
The Ball is an annual affair given
for all sorority women. In past to Raymond
years the dance has been held inbaednh c
the fall, but it was postponed this based on M
year so that freshman women Who Jan went bac
have just been pledged may attend. sion of the
It has been agreed that this year's the sensitive
Panhellenic Ball will be given in and using hi
honor of the new pledges, since all it through.
sororities are giving up their pledge The great s
formals in order to curtail expenses. swing band le
__________________eral more sue
House Holds Election creased respo
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the quite impossi
recent election of officers. President, for fiddle bre
Norma Rowe, '44; Vice-President, One things
Marion Ford, '44; Recording Secre-
tary, Marjorie Giefel, '44; Correspon-
ding Secretary, Carol Graeff, '44; iciarie
Treasurer, Virginia Weadock, '45; Judiciary C
and Rushing Chairman, Florence from 3:30 pa
Light. rom 3:30
Mrch 7 at
xr Band Leader Jan
carly Training in Symphony
pace for a full evening style above all its other character-
swing with his theme istics-the kick it gives ordinary
Wonderful World," Jan tunes and polished standards alike.
is orchestra will furnish Its infectious off-beat lends a style
r couples attending the to the drabbest of commercials. Jan
Rule Ball March 12, in achieves this by finding just the right
allroom. tempo for every number he plays.
s the "Stokowski of Included among the list of impres-
received much of his
g as the youngest mem-IJon SaVitt
ld Stokowski's Philadel-
ra. The great maestro
play when still in his
nvited him to join his
From that point on,
to success was phenom-
lassical musician, has
he magnificence and in-
he great masters to jazz,
o far as to defy swing
playing none of the
ments himself, but sur-
mself with outstanding
eet as well as hot num- s
;aging patterns. 2
he created considerable
his brilliant re-dressing
1 the tickets for Slide
re gone! A complete
s been announced by
Scott's "In an Eigh-
ury Drawing Room,"
ozart's "Easy Sonata."
k to Mozart for his ver-
Scott tune, drawing on
themes of the original
s fine fiddling to carry
uccess of his violin' in a
ed Savitt to include sev-
ch arrangements in the
oire. Meeting with in-
nse, Jan now finds it
ble to play a set without
and insistent demand
stands out in the Savitt
ng for positions on
ouncil and the Wo-
Council will take place
i.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tues-.
h Friday of both this
ng for the eight posi-
central committee of
oject will be held from
o 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
day in the League.
There will be a meeting of the
Panhellenic Ball ticket committee
at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the League,
and all sorority women interested
are invited to attend.
week and ne
tions on the
3:30 p.m. t
sive engagements played by Savitt
and his orchestra are appearances at
the Lincoln Hotel in New York and
the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Sav-
itt has broadcast over the three ma-
jor networks and is a recording ar-
tist for one of the big record com-
Much has already been said about
the style, the rhythm and the pre-
sentation of Savitt arranged music
and much more could be added, but
the best criterion of all is his recep-
tion by the adherents of sweet and
swing music all over the country.
Slide Rule Is Missing
Members of the Technic Staff,
committeemen for the Ball, are still
hunting for the evasive slide rule,
which is a necessary part of the
dance decorations, but so far no trace
of it has been reported. As prp-
viously announced, however, decora-
tions will center around a St. Pat-
rick's Day theme-plus the slide rule
--every engineer hopes.
Crop and Saddle: 5 p.m. Wed-
'igure Skating Club: 3:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Friday, Coliseum.
Table Tennis Tournament:
Schedule of play-off posted to-
Swimming Club: 8 p.m. Thurs-
Rifle Club: Match 4 p.m. Fri-
Dance Ciub: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Thursday, Barbour gym.
Basketball Club: 5 p.m. Tues-
day, Thursday, Barbour gym.
University Women's Riding
Club: 1 p.m. Saturday, Barbour
Fencing Club: 4:15 p.m. Mon-
day, Wednesday, Barbour.
Badminton Club: 5 p.m. Friday,
Need for Aid
At St. Joseph's
"Volunteers are needed at any and
all of the time at St. Joseph's Mercy
hospital for simple routine tasks
which can be performed by an un-
trained person, and thus can relieve
nurses for more technical uties," ac-
cording to Barbara Sternfels, '44,
chairman of the project. -
With the call of more and more
nurses every day into the armed sur-
vices, St. Joseph's hospital, as well as
other hospitals, feels the strain of dn
Coeds are most urgently needed to
perform simple tasks such as answer-
ing hospital calls, filling Water
pitchers and changing flowers, wrap-
ping supplies, winding silk in the op-
erating rooms and performing simple
desk jobs such as charting tempera-
Equally under-staffed is the office.
Women are needed for assistance in
tpying, mimeographing and filing:
The hour between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
is the busiest at the hospital because
of the passing of dinner trays. Help at
this time is most greatly appreciated.
Women, not presently enrolled in a
hospital project, who would be inter-
ested in this endeavor, may contact
Miss Sternfels at 23119 or Miss Ethel
McCormick, in the undergraduate of-
fice of the League.
Plans Are Laid
Dancing, Games Are Arranged
For Second WAA Sports Party
With the success of the first infor-
mal sports party in mind, the Wo-
men's Athletic Association and Phys-
ical Education department for wo-
men will sponsor a second "Rec-
Rally," at 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Saturday, at Barbour an Waterman
This affair, which is open to all
men and women on campus, stag or
by couple, will consist of an evening
of co-recreational sports, games and
square dancing. Soldiers on campus
will be especially invited to attend.
For ease and comfort in stretch-
ing for a deck tennis ring, skirts and
sweaters, bluejean or similar attire
is suggested. Tennis shoes mut be
worn on the Barbour gym floor,
where badminton and volleyball will
be played, but street shoes will be
acceptable for the square dancing.
Besides the sports games already
mentioned, guests will be. able to
swing from ping pong to shuffle-
board, aerial darts and bowling, dur-
ing the early part of the evening.
Square dancing to the tune of a
real grange band will be on the latter
part of the program, and Mr. Howard
Leisee, of the Men's Physical Edu-
cation department, will be caller.
Plans have been made for the
members of the WAA Board to act
as hostesses and to make introduc-
tions among those present. They
will arrange the various games, also,
a and be on hand to answer questions
on technique and scoring.
First bi-weekly winner in this se-
mester's Physical Fitness program,
according to the new chart now post-1
ed in the League lobby, are as fol-
Topper among the sororities is Pi
Beta Phi with a score of 100 per cent
participation in the exercises. Adelia
Cheever leads the dormitories, while
Zone III with 36 per cent is winner
among the league houses. Individual
League houses which brought in a
score of 100 per cent are those of Mrs.
Everett, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Van Bens-
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For Coeds' Annual
Patrons for the annual Panhellanic
Banquet which will be held at 6 p.m.
tomorrow in the League Ballroom,
have been announced as follows:
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Jeanette
Perry, Dean Bryl Bacher, Mrs. Ira
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Tibbitts,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. Lucille Con-
ger, and Miss Marie Hartwig.
Included in the entertainment will
be a speech by Natalie Mattern, '45,
who has been an all-A student since
she arrived on campus as a freshman.
She is head of the sophomore project
and has been an active Panhellenic
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for a gayer Spring...new
Blue, turf tan, suede
Each head-turning style flashes a mes-
sage in the De Lso Deb code of
youth, saying "it's Spring ... remem-
ber?" Yes, it's fun to be first with
the new, in shoes that match the livelys
tempo of the times.
Am I thrilled! This is my big
furlough week-end. You know
what I mean .. . the man of
my life is coming in.
"HE'S 1-A ...
Wait 'till he sees me in my new
print from Dillon's. It has that
classic tailored look, green, with
lots of polka-dots. Their bang
ling two-piece faille dresses are
grand for school. But the pow-
der pink and blue silk jerseys
... for dates . .. oh!
IN THE ARMY
I was worried sick, 'till I walked
into the Smartest Hosiery
Shop. Anyone who wants to
look completely dressed - up,
must have a pair of smooth
looking mesh stockings.. The
mesh rayons and lisles are won-
derful values . .. all sizes, in all
the new spring shades. They
won't run, either!
AND HE'S A-I
To match my tailored suit on
Saturday . . . a smart roomy
saddle-leather bag. It's green,
with that hand-stitched trim,
shoulder straps, too. They
come in all colors, at Mr. Fos-
ter's Remembrance Shop. I
added a leather jewelry set ..
pin, bracelet, and earrings.
IN MY HEART .
He's sure to notice my new ray-
on silk jersey print blouse. For
a change, I'll try a white crepe
classic shirt. Both sell at the
Mademoiselle Shop . . . sure
things for spring! A swell top-
per for slacks is a cotton striped
shirt . . . red, navy, or brown.
MY SOLDIER BOY
Soldiers go for sweater girls!
The "Baggy Maggy" 100% wool
sweater comes in heavenly
haze, maize, and cherry.. at
Collin's. The other new all
wool sweaters had me breath-
less! Pullovers and cardigans
in baby blue, pink, and yellow
sea green, dusty rose, or-
chid, and white.
SALE OF STORMY WEATHER
Repellent Gabardine - Rayon silk and cotton -
plaid linings - all styles.
NEW SPRING PASTEL
New Spring Pastel Skirts have just ar-
rived. Lovely 100% virgin wool plaid
and solids in all the new spring shades.
100% Wool Shetland Cardigans . . . $7.95
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