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PRYflAY, JIJNX2, 1944

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIY

Third Battalion Will Complete
Arrangements for Navy Ball

Coops

To Hold

WAA Board
'Will Present

Outdoor Dance
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Thirteen-Piece V-12 Orchestra
To Furnish Music for Affair
Final arrangements are being made
for "Anchor Ball," the informal
dance sponsored by the Third Bat-
;. talion of the V-12 Unit, from' 9 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow in the Union
Ballroom,according to Ion Larson,
publicity chairman.
Refreshments will be served to all
guests. The dance is open to all Navy
men stationed on campus. Tickets
may be purchased during lunch and
dinner hours on the half deck of the
West Quadrangle.hSpecial invitations
will be extended to officers and en-
listed men of the local Navy staff.
Music will be furnished by a thir-
teen-piece orchestra composed of
V-12 men, all of whom have had
previousprofessional e xperi ence.
Stan Ovaitt of Midland is the direc-
tor. Other members are Don Ram-
bacher, Dallas Grenley, Bill Upton,
Don Mandich and Howie Bell.
Don Battle, Paul Davidson, Sher-
wood Miller, Bob Engel, Hal Jackson,
George Criswell and Bob Pharles are
also members of the strictly Navy
band. Committee members besides
Larson are Laurence A. Burk, general

chairman, Bill tood, arrangements,
and Bob Brazill, tickets.
Sweatr Drive
Will Te rminat e
SOflS- SO S- Send Our
Sweaters, is the distress signal being
sent out by the Belgian Sweater'
prive, which is collecting sweaters of
"every variety today through Wed-
nesday for Belgian relief.
The need for increased relief to
Belgium has been stressed by Mine.!
Betty Barzin, noted author and Bel-I
gian refugee, who spoke at Instal-
lation Night. In response to the
need to which Nme Barzin called at-
tention, the League organized the
Sweater Drive.
assembly is directing the collection
of sweaters among the independentj
women, and Panhellenic is respon-
sible for the contributions of sorori-'
ties.
Collection boxes, .bearing the leg-
end, "Sloppy does have gone to war,"'
will be placed in the League and in
the dormitories. t

behnd U'Hall Fash ion Show
Co-Hop, a street dance which the{
Inter-Cooperative Council is sponsor- Coeds To Model Correct Wear
ing, will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 F Cs S tsEv .n
tomorrow in the driveway in back of or asses, Sport, vening;
University Hall. Dr. Bell To Speak on Posture
"We are establishing a new tradi-
tion, as nothing like this has ever Figure Fitness Fashion Show is the
been done before," stated Marian title of the program of fashions, skits,
Zander, social committee member of exercise demonstrations and posture

the ICC. She went on to say that the
music for the dance will be played'
over the University public address'
system and that the students can be
comfortable for a change while dan-'
cing in the open air.
Chaperons for the dance are Prof.;
and Mrs. A. K. Stevens, Prof. and
Mrs. Carl Eurix and and Dr. and Mrs.
James Klee. The dance will be free
and open to all.j
Plans have been made to place corn
meal on the concrete for easier dan-
cing, and benches will be placed
around the driveway for those whoj
don't care to dance. Refreshments
will be served.
Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Xi!
Delta announces the pledging of
Nancy Willits, '47, of Pleasant Ridge,'
Mich.

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contests, which will be presented by
the WAA Board at 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in Kellogg Auditorium.
At this function a display of correct
classroom wear, as well as active
sports and evening dress will be
given. Models will be coeds. A pos-
ture demonstration will also accom-
pany this event.
Posture To Be Stressed
Dr. Margaret Bell will give a short
talk on the necessity for goad posture,
aided by the Dance Club, who will
demonstgate posture-improving ex-
ercises and drills. In addition, the
revised Physical Fitness Booklet, pre-
pared by the past WAA Board will be
presented for the first time.
A contest to determine the coed
with the best posture on campus will
be held, with representatives from
each sorority, dormitory and league
house. The entrants will also have
pait in the fashion show, for they
will be judged on their posture
dressed in 'date' dresses. Each house
will be contacted in a few days to
choose their delegates.
All Coeds Invited
"Every coed on campus is invited,
to attend this function, the first of,
its kind ever to be held at Michigan,
and while attendance is not compul-
sory, the ideas derived from this pro-,
gram are many and useful," said
3arbara Bathke, '45, vice-president'
of WAA who is in charge of the show.
"All members of the committee and,
those participating in the program
must attend a meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday in the League Lobby for a
final discussion of the piogram,"
Miss Bathke added..
J AjP nnounces
wo Projects
The two big projects for JGP next'
year are to be an auction sale and
Junior - Senior Night, announced'
Frances Goldberg, chairman of spe-
cial events.
The auction sale is being planned
to commemorate Pearl Harbor and
if possible will be scheduled for Dec.
8. All the things auctioned will be
contributions both from people here
and from famous people all over the
country. All the articles will be paid
for in war bonds and stamps.
In addition to the auction itself,
entertainment will be presented by
the league house, sorority and dormi-
tory with the best war activities rec-
ord for the spring term.
DAILY OFEICIALj
BULLETIN I

Summer Posts
Open on League
War Council
Petitioning for positions on the
summer Women's War Council will
be open from tomorrow until Thurs-
day, June 8, according to Natalie
Mattern, president of Judiciary Coun-
cil.
Positions open are those of presi-
dent, personnel director, judiciary
president, three USO colonels, secre-
tary - treasurer, surgical dressings
chairman, stamp and bond sales
chairman, director of volunteer hos-
pital work, and the head of the cam-
pus project, which will include vic-
tory gardening.
Coeds who will graduate in Octo-
ber are particularly asked to apply for
the positions, for which there will
not be interviewing. All women who
will be seniors and second-semester
juniors during the summer term are
eligible. Petitions may be secured
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Because there will be no interview-
ing, the petitioners should state
clearly well-laid plans for the suc-
cessful functioning of their partic-
ular positions. Petitions should in-
dicate a knowledge of the existing
organizations and original ideas to be
put into effect this summer, Miss
Mattern emphasized.
Horse Show
T o Be Given
With George Allen as ringmaster,
the Annual Crop and Saddle Spring
Horse Show will be presented at 2
p.m. tomorrow, rain or shine, at the
Golfside Stables, according to Emily
Peter, president of Crop and Saddle.
The judge will be Mrs. Romy Ste-
ensma, noted Michigan horsewoman.
All decisions of the judge will be
based on horsemanship and riding
ability.
Nine events l3ave been planned for
the show, among which are a pair
class, men and women's horseman-
ship classes, a saddling and bridling
class, a three gaited hack class, for
private mounts only, and a jumping
class. The Crop and Saddle will pre-
sent a drill performed by eight of
its members as an exhibition of their
riding ability.
No prizes will be given, but rib-
bons for first, second and third place
will be awarded to those riders who
place in each class.
Patrons for the show will be headed
by President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Lloyd Ed-
mundson, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. and
Mrs. James Bruce, Dr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Furstenburg, DIr. and Mrs. Max
Peet, Miss Marie D. Hartwin, Mrs.
Carl Badgley and Mrs. Frank Ken-
nedy.

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League Ballroom To Be Scene
Of Fraternities' Miami Triad
One hundred couples will dance to ham of Beta Theta Pi; Fred Lay-
the music of Billy Layton's orchestra mon, Phi Delta Theta; and Jim Sco-
at the traditional Miami Triad, which ville, Sigma Chi.
will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Two couples frem each group will
tomorrow in the League Ballroom. chaperon: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mc-
The time-honored features of the Callum and Mr. and Mrs. Millege
dance will be preserved, including the Bullard will represent Beta Theta Pi;
singing of songs by the three fratern- 1 Mr: and Mrs. L. A. Burns and Mr.
ities which sponsor the affair, Beta I alnd Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Phi Delta
i Theta; and Dr. and Mrs. A.. W.
Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Coxon and Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Chi. The groups will hold formal Rae, Sigma Chi.
dinners before the dance.
The Miami Triad is a traditional
function which is held wherever the Billy Layton Takes
three fraternities have chapters. It Over Ba ton Tod
received its name when first given at
Miami University in Miami, 0., as a Billy Layton will lead Ann Arbor's
joint dance of the three Greek-letter favorite band for the first time at a
organizations, which were the first dance which will be held from 9 p.m.
fraternities to be founded at that to midnight today in the League
school. Beta Theta Pi had its start Ballroom.
in 1839, Phi Delta Theta in 1848, The orchestra will continue to play
and Sigma Chi in 1855. throughout the summer term. It will
The dance committee is composed include all thirteen members of the
of one representative from each original band, and some new arrange-
house. They are Sherman Massing- ments will be added.
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don't care to dance, there are a lot of
other things to do down here. The
dance starts at 8 p.m.
Religious Services will be held at
7:45 p.m. at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation. Elliott Organick, '44E,
and A.S. Harvey Weisberg will be the
student cantors. Pfc. Gilbert Segel-
man of Co. B, 3651 S.U. will speak on
"The Jews of Europe Fight Back." A
social hour and refreshments will
follow.
Coming Events
Bacteriology Seminar will meet to-
morrow, Saturday, June 3, at 8 a.m.
in Rm. 1564, East Medical Building.
Subject: Some Aspects of the Use of
the Electron Microscope. All inter-
ested are invited.
The Michigan Sailing Club will
meet in the Union at 1 on Saturday.

USO To Presen t
'Cabaret Formal'
The Junior Hostesses of Regiment
Z will present a "Cabaret Formal"
from 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow at
the USO Club.
There will be refreshments and a
coke bar; a floor show will be given
at 10:30. All Junior Hostesses of
Company Z must attend or send a
substitute.
Servicemen are invited to attend a
pancake breakfast Sunday morning
at 10. There will be Open House in
the afternoon and evening. Ping-
pong and bridge will be included in
the entertainment.

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in pastel shades . . . ice blue,
rose and gold. Wear them over
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