JAN. 1 , i..ui ~ 4~V1fr~ AI~JI~N 3t~AivEN'%~
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bongs, Skits TI
Be Presented in Uhion
Variet y Sow
'Fov )~' F n'
IFC Members" Make Final Arrangements for Ball
'L'rmour, L'omour,' Comedy;
Group Cheerinq. To Be Offered
Hn HiW Auadtorium Program
A pecial derome Kern medley,
tlni' Billy Layton and Patty
Dupont ns i ngcy with Bill Sawyer's
baud wl ' armed at the Union
sponored "Hens oC Fun" fronm 7:30
p.m. to 8:30 pm today in Hill Audi..
toiiin, it wo :mnuune(1 yesterday.
In recom mending the new pro-
ram 'Sawer sai: "I think thne
'Hen ofFn'i a and projec t. It
will serve o promote school spirit
here at Miehign. My boys, Patty
Dupont and I are only too glad to
cooperat in promoting this novel
Varsityv GIec Club To Sing
Oer uihr y h adwl
nings " "She's FnyThat Wa,
"Oh, What a BeautflMormnng and
"When You're Away.
Thle program will also include
group cheerng. led by Linc Aidridge
and the cheer leaders, and Michigan
songs, led byv the Varsity Glee Club
mnder the dii ction of Prof. David
J(' Pubmii Committee under
th irecto r Pe Weis 4 will
to plug the Fourt Wr Loan Drive
which will start Jan. 13.
Campus iProinies Support
tied "L'amoir, Lanour" presented
by m s e of c r onies Ronni Reif-
"Lainour. Lamour features the tra-
ditional Lea p Year theme all
wrapped up in new package. Six
footReiler illleadfiv foot Ken-
nedy a merry chas before girl bags
boy in true Sadie Havkins fashion.
All campus organizations, includ-
ing fraternitis sororities, the League
and all wonwn 'arsidence halls have
Pine grl Is Asked
To Man WAA
24 Volunteer Coeds Needed
To Work Doily Except Sunday.;
Wages ,To Be Paid in Trade
The bowling alleys located in the
Women's Athletic Building will be
ready 'for use Monday, according to
Nancy Hattersley; president of WAA,
but' unless a; sufficient number of
women volunteer to be pin-girls, the
alleyg will not be able to open at that
Twenty-four "pin-gals" are need-
ed, four for each day in the week,
excluding Sunday, to set pins in each
of the four alleys. The women who
volunteer will take their wages in
trade, being given the opportunity, to
bowl two lines free of charge for
every hour they work.
They can bowl those free lines at
any time the alleys are open, includ-
ing the times that they are on duty
and the alleys are not busy. Women
who are' interested in signing up are
asked tot call Ginny Dodd, manager
of the Bewling Club, at 2-5579.
If' a: sufficient number of women
enlist as "pin-girls," bowling will
begin' at 3:30 p.m. Monday. The
fro:.:3 pm.to5:30 p m. and Sa-
urday~ from. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The women who volunteer as pin-
girls will be supervised by six mem-
bers of the WAA Board, who have
been appointed as daily managers of
the bowling alleys. A
Fashion openings this year are
Sstresingthe pi cture nekline in the
IM Building Is
Of Ship's Ball
The location of the "Ship's Ball,"
a formal dance to be given by the
V-12 Naval and Marine Unit from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday, Feb. 5,
has been changed to the Intramural
Building in order to accommodate
more people, John Laursen, publicity
chairman, announced yesterday.
Tickets for the affair will go on
sale at 12:15 p.m. today on the half
deck of West Quadrangle. The ma-
rines and sailors have extended a
special invitation to join in the fes-
tivities -to all Naval and Marine of fi-
cers and enlisted personnel stationed
on campus, including the V-12 medi-
cal and dental ,students and members
of the Reserve Officers Naval Archi-
Bob Chester and his orchestra,
billed as "The Nation's Newest Sen-
sation," will play for the dance.
In charge of the dance, one of the
few wartime formals to be held on
campus this year, is a central com-
mittee composed of two men from
each battalion and headed by Allan
Mactier, Regimental Commander of
the unit. Other members of the
committee are Clifford Myll, Charles
Dotterer, Harold Jescoat, Pat Tra-
han, William Snell, Robert Pear,
James Martin, Carl Nichols and
There will be a meeting at 4 p.m,
today in Barbour Gyim for all wo-
men Who have been chosen to keep
scores and times of the basketball
games in the intramural league,
Shelby Diedrieh, intramural man-
ager, announced yesterday. Every
team must send a representative.
Coeds To XYork
With City Child
A new branch of activities for the
playground recreation division of the
League's child care committee will
consist of cooperation with the Ann
Arbor public schools' program of ser-
vices for the children of working
mothers, according to Naomi Miller,
'45. chairman of the playground
Said Miss Miller, "Seveni Ann Ar-
bor schools urgently need volunteer
helpers to assist trained worker8 in
caring for children during the 11.;3O
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. period ind
through the 3:30 p.m. to 5:30. pgn.
afternoon periodh The work. will be
general recreational guidance."
Interviews for applicants w411 be
held at the League from 3:00 p.m.~ to
5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesdgy.
H~Id Donces Today
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra wiUl
play for a campu~s dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight today in the League bll-
In addition, two house6. will open
the week-end series of dances by
Jordan Hall will hold a dance Eor
West Quad servicemen from 7 p . to
free to come at any time and are
invited to drop over after the "I~ur
of Fun"- show. Mrs. Poppleton and
Miss Neal will chaperon.
.Colonial House, 1345 Washtenaw,
is planning a skating party and
dance from 8 p.m. to mldnight.
Caperons wll be Mrs. K.. I rd-
Seated, from left to right: A. B. Green, tickets; Peter Smith, decorations; David Upton, co-chair-
man; and Henry Schmidt. Jr., co-chairman. Standing: William Fead, decorations; William Rusika,
erchestra; and Sh1erman Massingham, publicity. Missing from the picture: James Pettapiece, tickets.
agreed to back this affair. Respon-
Aible individuals in each 'house have
Aledged the support of the members.
Everyone is invited-soldiers, sail-
ors, marines, freshmen sophomores,
juniors, seniors and graduate stu-
dents, the sponsors said~. They Sug-
gest that the one-hour entertain-
nent can be the beginning of a date
)f dancing at the League or a movie
and expect a capacity crowd.
BUY WA R BON DS
BallI S elout;
Ii ~ ~V~iIT fEMOItE
A sell-out of tickets was announced
yesterday by Henry Schmidt, Jr. and
David Upton, co-chairmen of the
eleventh annual Interfraternity Ball,
which will be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow in the League
Patrons for the dance include
Pres. arid Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
yen, -Vice-Pres. and Mrs. Shirley W.
Smitth, 'Vice-Pres. and Mrs. C. S.
Yoakum, Regent Vera B. Baits and
Mrs., Baits,. Regent and Mrs. R. S.
Bishop, Regent and Mr&. A. B. Con-
nable, Jr., Regent and Mrs. R. A.
H'ayward, Regent and Mrs. J. J. Her-
bert, Regent and' Mrs. H. G. Kipke'
Regent and Mrs. J. D. Lynch. Regent
and Mrs. E. C. Shields, and Dean and
MrS,. 2. B. Stason-.
Schmidt and Upton wiill attend the
formal BalU with Margaret Gau~thier
of Grand Rapids and Dorothy Dar-
'nall, respectively. Mary Straatsma
will be- tlle guest of Peter Smith, and
-Jane Mer'rili-will be escorted by Wil-
liam Fead of the decorations com-
Sherman .Massing'ham, publicity
chairman, will attend with Lucy
Stone; A. B.' Green and James Petta-
piece, co-chairmen of the ticket com-
mittee, will' have Jean Murray and
Frances Tripp as their respective
A fine taIlored long-sleeve shnrt
made in a nice quality broad-
cloth. Sizes 32 to 38-
A neat, tailored all-wool slack
im navy, black, and brow n.
Mic'higalz Theatre Bldg.
Rec-Ralfy To Feature
Dncing in Barbou r
Dancing of all kinds, including an
old time "hoe-down," will be featured
at this year's first WAA sponsored
Rec-Rally which will be held from
8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. tomorrow at
SA three piece grange orchestra will
provide music for the dancing which
will start at 10 p.m. Instruction in
square dancing will be given to nov-
ices, and Mr. Howard Leibee of the
physical education department for
men will call out the steps.
An evening of fun will be offered
at the Rally with shuffleboard, darts;
badminton, ping-pong, deck tennis,
volleyb-all and bowling on the pr'o-
gram from 8:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at
both Barbour and Waterman Gyms.
All servicemen and students are
invited to 'attend the Rally singly or
with dates' for a slight fee. Tennis
shoes" must be worn by 1Participants
in volleyball and badminton, but
street shoes are acceptable for dan-
Members of the WAA Board will
be in charge of the games and will
act as hostesses. Barbara Fairman,
'46, is general chairman of the Rec-
Rally, and she is being; assisted by
Helen Masson, '46Ed., equipment;
Phyllis Present, '44, finance; Ruth
Edberg, '45, personnel; Marjorie Hall,
publicity, and Barbara Wallace;
Reward to Victors
In JGP Tournament
Will Be War Stamps
War stamps will be the price and
the reward for victory in an Inter-
house duplicate bridge, tournament
sponsored by Junior Girls' Project t6
be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
.22, in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League, it was announced yesterday
by Mary Driver of the JGP Central
Contestants must sign up Wednes-
day and Thursday in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League, or call
Miss Driver before Thursday at 5:00
p.m. Each house on' campus 'is in-
vited to send one or more teams, and
intra-house play-ofls will be an-
nounced in JGP's newspaper,
"Stamping Around," which will make
its first appearance Monday..
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man and Mr. C. Kar~alits.
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