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TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1945

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Duke Ellington To Play for Senior Ball
June 1;-Tickets On Sale at Union Desk

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SOPH CABARET:
Eighteen Central Committee Posts
Are Offered to Freshman Women

Soph Cabaret petitions are due at
noon EWT Saturday iii the Under-
graduate Office in the League.
Eighteen positions on the central
committee for the cabaret are avail-
able. They are as follows: chairman,
assistant chairman, secretary, pub-
licity chairman, posters chairman,
ticket chairman, choral director, floor
show chairman and assistant, dance
chairman, stage manager and dec-
orator, costume chairman, skit chair-
man, program chairman, refresh-
ments chairman, eligibility chairman,
and hostess chairman.
Duties Posted
The duties of the various chairmen
have been enumerated and are post-
ed on the bulletin board of the Un-
dergraduate office. All those women
petitioning should familiarize them-
selves with these duties, as well as

with the reports on past Soph Cab-
arets which may be found in the
League library.
Women who will have a second
semester freshman or first semester
sophomore status by fall are eligible
to petition. First semester sopho-
mores may petition for either Junior
Girls' Play, which will be presented
in the 1946 spring semester, or for
Soph Cabaret, but not for both:
Must Present Plans
All, petitions should 6e complete
with specific plans for organizing the
various committees in addition to a
criticism of this year's Soph Cabaret.
Petitions should also contain new
ideas.
Interviewing will be held from 2
p.m. to 5 p.m. EWT Monday, Tues-
day, and Friday, May 28, 29, and
June 1.

Small Magazine
To Be Published
As Novel Feature
Senior Ball, an all-campus dance
which will feature Duke Ellington
and his orchestra, will be held from
8:"0 p.m. to midnight EWI (7:30
p.m. to 11 p.m. CWT) Friday, June
1 in the sports building. ,
Tickets are on sale daily at the
Union Travel Desk and according to
Jim Plate, co-chairman of the dance,
a sales booth will also be set up in
the diagonal for the dfuration of the
good weather.
Although the dance is sponsored
by the seniors of the literary antid
engineering schools, and is pre-
sented in honer of seniors, it is
open to all students of all classes
in the University.
Special features which will be in
keeping with the theme of aenior
Ball, will include a grand march for
seniors, an orchestra clad in gowns
and mortar boards, and a pocket-
sized magazine depicting a typical
college career. The magazine will be
edited 4 yMary Ann Jones and 'hom-
as Bliska. It will include original
cartoons and stories as well as pho-
tographs of the campus.
Duke Ellington will come to Ann
Arbor between night club engage-
rents. "The Duke" is also well
known to Americans thro1gl his
appearance in movies, his network
broadeasts and his many record-
ings.
Ellington has been recognized a-
broad as well as in the United States.
Constant Lambert, music critic of
the London Referee, stated that
"Duke Ellington is a real composer,
the first jazz composer of note. There
are few contemporary composers who
display the invention and sense of
style to be found in those two admir-
ably constructed pieces, 'Mood Ir-
digo' and 'Hot and Bothered'.

Qlee Club, Navy
Choir To EQive
Spring Concert
The University Women's Glee Club
will give a spring concert and variety
prograin with the Navy Choir as
guest artists, at 8 p.m. EWT 7 p.m.
CWT) Thursday, May :31, in Hill
Auditorium.
The first parC of the program will
be a short formal concert. During
this the Glee Club will sing a group
of old classics: "Ave Verum Corpus"
by Mozart, "The Silver Swan" by
(Jibbons, and an English madrigal
by Dowland "Come Again Sweet
Love'. Two songs from the "Rig
Veda" suite by Hoist, which was in-'
rjpired by Hindu music will also be
sung. Three harps will be used as
accompaniment for these two songs.
The club will- also sing a group of
modern and folks songs in this part
of the program. One is by Marie
Turner, who accompanied the Glee
Club last year. "Holiday Song" by
William Schurnan, and "While Quito
Sleeps" by Clokey will also be in-
cluded in this group.
After intermission the scene will
bs' changed to Tally-Ho Inn, a hunt-
ing lodge. Songs featured will be
popular or folk songs. The Navy
Choir will sing "Deep in My Heart"
from '"The Student Prince" and
'Halelujuah" from "Hit the Deck".
The Glee Club will join the Choir
in the "Drinking Song" from "Travi-
ata". Jean Gilman and Rose Der-
derian will be the soloists. Both
groups will sing a medley of tunes
from light opera for the finale.
Swedish Prince To Wed
STOCKHOLM, May 21-(A)- De-
fying royal objections to his marrying
a commoner, Prince Carl Johan,
youngest son of the Swedish crown
prince, has become engaged to the
editor of a women's weekly magazine
and may take her to America to live,
The fiancee of the 28-year-old
prince is Mrs. Kerstin Wijkmark,
who formerly was married to Dr.
Henning Wijkmark, Swedish theolo-
gian.

Eight Posts Offered for
Recognition Night Directors
All independent coedsmare urged
to petition for central committee po-
sitions for the 1945-46 Assembly Rec-
ognition Night during the petition-
ing period which is now going and
which will continue until noon EWT
Saturday, according to Helen Alpert,
new Assembly President.
Recognition Night is an annual'
Assembly affair to honor outstanding
unaffiliated women. A speaker is
featured and awards for activities
and scholarship ratings are present-
ed to the honored women. Recogni-
tion Night will be presented early
in the fall semester.
Positions:open to independents are
those of general chairman, assistant
chairman, war activities awards
chairman, scholarship awards chair-
man, publicity chairman, decorations
chairman, patrons chairman and
chairman of tickets.
Michigan Graduate
Arrives in England
Betty Jane Barnett, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Barnett, of Hunt-
ington, W.Va., has arrived in Eng-
land for further assignment in the
European Theater of Operations as
an American Red Cross staff assis-
tant.

Independents Begin Petitions Seniors Honored

Petitions for each office must in-
clude complete plans for the position
and general theme suggestions should
be presented. Petitioners are re-
minded by Miss Alpert that they may
refer to the President's Reports
which are in the League Library and
Miss Ethel McCormick's Office for
information concerning past Recog-
nition Nights.
Interviewing will be held from
Monday, May 28 through Thursday,
May 31.
Mixer To Be Held
By Grad Students
Friday at Rackham
The Graduate School will hold an-
other in a series of informal mixers
from 8 to 12 p.m. (EWT) Friday in
the Horace H. Rackham Building.
There will be dancing by candle-
light throughout the evening. Movies
will be shown in the amphitheater at
8:30 p.m. EWT. Cards and other
games will be played downstairs.
On the committee for entertain-
mnent are Danyal Kerven, Jerome
Horwitz, R. A. Galuzevski and Mary
Marinelli. Publicity chairmen are
Marguerite Zielesch, Helen Foster,
and Lorraine Shepherd.
Chaperones for the occasion will
be Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marckwardt
and Mr. and Mrs. Rolle McCotter.

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ALL NAVY MEN

are urged to participate in the
Sophomore meeting tonight
at 8:00 EWT, 316 Michigan Union

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hearse in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater
this afternoon at 3 Pm. CWT.
Coming Events
The Botanical Journal Club will
meet in Rm. 1139 Natural Science
Building at 3 p.m. (CWT) Wednes-
day, May 23. Papers will be reviewed
by Margery Anthony, Rita Schoen-
feld, and Betty Raymond, under the
direction of Professor C. A. Arnold.

umdar. Wednesday May 23, 7 pm n
(CWT), Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
ter; aluspices of the Hindustan Asso
ciation.
. . .A L L S"P HS BE T HER E
University of Michigan Concert
Band: William D. Revelli, Conductor,
will present its 32nd Annual Spring
Concert at 3:15 (CWT) Sunday af-
ternoon, May 27, in Hill Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.

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