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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PARE FI I'VE

Ships Ball To Have Smooth Sailing With Johnny

Long

Dance Tickets
Now on Sale at
Quad, Union
Decorations Will Transform
I.M. Building to Battleship,
Football Field To Be Garden
Johnny Long's "Miracle Band of
the Year" and a strictly nautical at-
mosphere will combine to make the
Ship's Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight, in the Intramural Build-
ing, Saturday, June 10, a gala affair,
according to John Laursen, publicity
chairman.
Tickets are now on sale on the half
decks at West Quadrangle. RONAGS,
medical 'and dental students will be
able to obtain tickets at the Union
desk.
Battleship Decorations
The sailors and marincs have ex-
tended an invitation o all Navy and
Marine personnel, including the V-12
trainees on campus, officers, and en-
listed men, either on campus or off,
to join in the festivities.
Play Production is collaborating
with the Navy to make the interior
decorations resemble the bow of a
battleship. For "landlubbers' the
football field in back of the Intra-
mural Building will be turned into a
summer garden with coke bars, com-
fortable seats and benches.
Bill Dale Is Chairman
John Laursen suggests to campus
coeds that they invite sailors sta-
tioned off campus. He - added, "Plans
are being made to make it a bigger
and better time than even the last
Ship's Ball, which was attended, en-
thusiastically by 90 per cent of thea

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V-12 trainees stationed here on cam-
pus."
Chairman for the formal affair is
Bill Dale, USNR. Decorations are
under the direction of Jim Martin'
and John Hutchinson. Bob Grandy,
USNR, Frank Loliman, USNR, and
Leland Beck, USNR, are in charge of
building and grounds. Tickets will.
be .handled by Paul Davidson, US-
MCR. Don Curto is heading the com--'
mittee on Refreshments and enter-
tainment, and Howard Joyce is sec-
retary for the event.

JQP Concludes
Semester Bond,
Stamp Sales
JGP will conclude its sale of war
bonds and stamps this week, accord-
ing to Nora MacLaughlin, general
chairman.
The central committee urges every
one to purchase his quota of stamps
for both May and June this week,
so that every one will be well sup-
plied until JGP again opens its sales
at the opening of the summer term.
In order to facilitate buying, an
outdoor booth will be set up tomor-
row on the corner of North Univer-
sity and State Streets. It will be
manned all week by members of the
new booth committee, under the di-
rection of Jean Hotchkin.
Sorority, dormitory and league
house representative salesmen must
turn in all their money and unsold
stamps this week at the regular col-
lection times at the League.
The publicity committee will meet
at 4:30 p. m. tomorrow in the
League, according to Ann Schutz,
publicity chairman. All women who
signed up to work on this committee
and any who are interested are asked
to attend. The meeting will be con-
cerned with publicity for the final
week of JGP sales.
Daily Women's Staff
To Sponsor Try-Out
Meeting Thursday
Coeds interested in working on the
Women's Staff of The Michigan Daily
are urged to attend a meeting at 5
p.m. Thursday at the Student Publi-
cations Building on Maynard Street.
Try-outs write general news and
feature stories and are taught page
make-up. Junior night editors are
chosen from the try-out staffs and
senior editors from among the night
editors. Excellent opportunities for
learning the technical side of news-
paper publication are also provided.
Work on The Michigan Daily offers
students the chance to know their
campus and activities and conse-
quently broadens any college career.
Women's Staff beats include class
projects, dances, women's service or-
ganizations and all 'other news of
particular interest to coeds.
Try-outs who are- planning to be
on campus during the summer term
or session are urged to attend Thurs-
day's meeting. Valuable experience
is gained during the summer term
which will accelerate advancement in
the fall.

Navy To Hold
'Anchor Ball'
V-112 Orchestra To Provide
Music for Third Battalion
A thirteen-piece Navy orchestra
wil provide the music for "Anchorf
Ball," which will be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Union
Ballroom by the Third Battalion of
the local Navy V-12 Unit.
General ticket sales for all mem-;
bers of the Unit were announced yes-
terday by Don Larson, publicity
chairman of the dance committee.
Tickets will be sold during noon and
evening meals Monday and Wednes-1
day on the half deck of the West;
Quadrangle.
Special invitations will be extend-;
ed to officers and enlisted men of
the local Navy staff. Proceeds from;
tYe dance, second to be held here by
the Navy, will go to the Navy Relief,
Fund.
The members of the band have all1
had some previous professional ex-
perience, and are directed by Stan
Ovaitt, from Midland. Ovaitt was
formerly trombonist and vocalist
with an orchestra at Michigan State
College.
Don Rambacher, of Akron, Ohio,
Dallas Grenley of Flint, and Bill'
Upton, of Plymouth hold down the
trumpet section, and Don Mandich,
of Milwaukee, Wis., is trombonist.
Saxophonists are Howie Bell, of
Buffalo, N. Y., Don Battle, of Leaf
River, Ill.; Paul Davidson, of Ecorse;
Sherwood Miller, of Richmond Hills,
N. Y.; and Bob Engel, of Saginaw.
Hal Jackson, of Winnetka, Ill.,
plays the piano, and George Cris-
well, of Orville, Ohio, the bass fiddle.
Bob Pharles, of Benton Harbor, is
drummer.
The committee in charge is head-
ed by Laurence A. Burk, general
chairman. William Wood is in
charge of arrangements and Robert
Brazill, ticket sales.
TSri-Delt Lead s
Unit Honor Roll
Delta Delta Delta led the sororities
on the League Surgical Dressings
Unit's weekly honor roll with 26
hours, according to Frances Gold-
berg, publicity chairman.
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Kappa Delta
and Pi Beta Phi also made the honor
roll with 25%, 23% and 18 hours
respectively. Alpha Delta Pi, Gam-
ma Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa Gamma
and Deta Gamma contributed the
minimun'1 of 16 hours necessary to
make the honor roll.
Three league houses, Pray, Augs-
burger and Hunt, contributed three
or more hours. No dormitory ful-
filled the minimum requirements spe-
cified for them.
Additional help is needed at the
unit to finish the present quota be-
fore finals start.

USO To Hold
Break fast Today
Flapjacks, syrup, sausages, and
coffee-that's breakfast for service-
men at the USO Club today, with
serving starting at 10:30 a. m.
Open House will be held this aft-
ernoon and evening with ping-pong,
bridge, and refreshments for enter-
tainment.The newest addition to
USO possibilities is finger paint-
ing. All servicemen may try their
art technique in this free-expression.
Best paintings will be exhibited.
From 2 p. m. to 3 p. m. a classical
music hour will be featured with
records chosen from the USO collec-
tion, followed by the NBC Symphony
Orchestra concert on the radio.
University and Ann Arbor women
are on duty as hostesses throughout
the week at the USO Club, situated
at the corner of State and Huron.
Fifty servicemen are invited to
sign up at the Club for the July 8
USO picnic. Junior Hostesses will
be there to add to the fun.
[ WAA Notices
University Women's Riding Club:
No meeting this week because of the
holiday.
Modern Dance: 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday in the Dance Studio.
Swimming: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in Barbour Pool.
Crop and Saddle: 6 p.m. Wednes-
day in front of Barbour Gym.
Lacrosse: 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at
the WAB.
Archery: 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the
WAB.
Ballet: 4 p.m. Friday in the Dance
Studio.
Softball: 5:10 p.m. Monday: Jor-
dan 4 vs. Collegiate Sorosis, Zone 1
vs. Washtenaw, Pi Beta Phi vs. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma.
4:30 p.m. Wednesday: Alpha Gam-
ma Delta vs. Helen Newberry.
5:10 p.m. Wednesday: Chi Omega
vs. Sigma Delta Tau, Alpha Omicron
Pi vs. Gamma Phi Beta, Hill House
vs. Betsey Barbour, winner of Zone 1-
Washtenaw game vs. Zone 7.
4:30 p.m. Thursday: Zone 5 vs.
Stockwell.
5:10 p.m. Thursday: Alpha Xi Del-
ta vs. Alpha Delta Pi.
7:15 p.m. Thursday: Jordan 5 vs.
Kappa Delta, Cooperatives vs. Geddes
House. Martha Cook vs. Zimmerman.
Tennis: 2 p.m. Saturday at the
WAB rain or shine.
All women who have entered tour-
naments contact Harriet Rick at
2-3225 before noon tomorrow.
Chi Omega recently initiated Mar-
tha Allen, '47; Enid Byrne, '46; Lila
Kleber, '47; Barbara Stauffer, '47;
Barbara Griffiths, '47; Natalie Ma-
guire, '46; Katherine Long, '47; Kath-
erine Truesdell, '47; Joan Schlee, '47;
Jean Laird, '47; Caroline Gibson, '47;
Dorothy Watson, '47; Mavis Arends,
'47.

The twentieth annual Spring Horse
Show, sponsored by the Crop and
Saddle will take place at 2 p.m. Sat-
urday, June 3, at the Golfside Riding
Stables, according to Emily Peter,
'45, president of Crop and Saddle.
All men and women interest'ed in
riding are invited to enter the show,
with nine competitive events' and the
entrants in all events to be judged
on horsemanship.
Events will be: The pair class, Wo-
men's Horsemanship, Crop and Sad-
dle Trophy class, open only to Crop
and Saddle members, a Saddling and
Bridling Race, Boys and Girls horse-
manship, for entrants under 16,
Men's Horsemanship, Three gaited
hack class, for private mounts only,
and a Jumping class. The Crop and
Saddle will present a drill performed
by eight of their members as an exhi-
bition of the riding ability of 'its
members.
Although no prizes will be given,
ribbons for first, second and third
place will be awarded to those riders
placing in each class.
All those who wish to ride in the
Horse Show are asked to fill out entry
cards, stating the classes in which

they will enter, and the horse pref-
erence. Booths will be set up in the
League Lobby from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
every day through June 1.
Miss Peter added that superior
riding ability is not necessary to
enter the show, and riders of varying
abilities are urged to enter. A small
fee will be charged for all partici-
pants. For further information a-
bout the show contact Miss Peter at
9590.
ICC To Hold Picnic
At Park Tomorrow
Meeting at Riverside Park, which
is located across the Huron River op-
posite the Railroad station, the Inter-
Cooperative Council will hold its
spring picnic from 6 to 10 p.m. to-
morrow.
Dr. and Mrs. James Klee and Dr.
William Brace will be chaperons for
the evening. All ICC members and
their friends are invited to come.
They will meet at the park at the
stated time.

Crop and Saddle Horse Show
To Be Held June 3 at Golfside

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Let's commemorate
this day in the
memory of our past
and present heroes
by pledging to pur-

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