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V-12 Unit To Hold 'Ships Ball' January 19;
Bob Sherwood'sOrchestra Will Play
Deans To Jerk Sodas at Party Advisors Will
Ship's Ball, planned by and given'
for all local naval personnel and
their guests, will be held Friday, Jan.
19, at the I.M. Building with music
furnished, by Bobby Sherwood who
is just completing an engagement at
Chicago's Panther Room.
Ticket sales will be carried on in
the Quad through the battalion offi-
cers, and will be' sold on the Half
Deck the day Navy men are paid.
Any Navy man stationed on campus
is welcome to attend the dance, and
decorations will create a strictly
Receipts for Navy Welfare Fund
Receipts from ticket sales for this
Next to State Theatre
third Ship's Ball to be given by
the University V 12 unit since its
inception will be donated to the
Navy Welfare Fund.
General chairman of the ball is
Bob Bennett, and he will be aided by
a staff of V-12 members. W. C.
McConnell and Frank Lohman are
co-chairmen of the Decorations and
Building committee, and they will be
assisted by G. C. Danch, T. G. Barnes
and J. F Hackstadt.
Publicity is being handled by Jim
Martin and his staff of T. C. Smith,
N. S. Talner, J. W. Johnson, N. Z.
Bernstein, R. M. Borrstein, and A. B.
List of Committees Continues
Howie Joyce is in charge of ticket
sales, and his committeemen- include
H. M. Leiman, J. J. Pullo, M. C.
Phalen, H. T. Balch, W. Radike, C.W.
Dohm. M. R. Blumenthal, and I. M.
Programs for the formal are being
handled by Bob Beck, aided by P. R.
Snyder, E. W. Bonetto, and R. B.
Peck. Bob Spurrier is in charge of
There will be no Ruthven Tea
on Wednesday, Jan. 3. The first
tea of the year will be held from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan.
10. As the schedule stands there
will be a Ruthven Tea on the first
two Wednesdays of each month
An exciting story of the French
Revolution is told in the classic mov-
ie "The Scarlet Pimpernel" which
will be shown at 8:30 p.m. and at
11:15 p.m. today in the Lydia Men-
Mortar Board, senior women's
honor society, has arranged for theI
presentation of the movie in con-
junction with the New Year's Eve
celebration to be sponsored by the
Women's War Council.
The distinguished actor, the late
Leslie Howard, is starred in "The
Scarlet Pimpernel." Merle Oberon
is the story's heroine. Tickets mayI
be purchased at the League andl
Union desks and from 11 a.m. to 12
noon and from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m.
at the box office of the Lydia Men-
delssohn. Those who attend the 8:30
showing may also attend the elabor-
ate midnight welcome planned for
1945 in the League Ballroom.
A short cartoon, "Red Hot Riding
Hood" will precede "The Scarlet
Rifle Club: 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
ROTC Rifle Range.
University Women's Riding Club:
6 p.m. tomorrow in front of Barbour
Archery: 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wed-
nesday and Thursday at the WAB.
Fencing: 5 p.m. Tuesday at Bar-
Figure Skating: 3:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday at the rink.
Modern Dance: Beginning Section,
7:20 p.m. Tuesday; Advanced Sec-
tion 8:20 p.m. in the Dance Studio
of Barbour Gym.
Crop and Saddle: 6 p.m. Tuesday
in front of Barbour Gym.
Badminton: 8:15 p.m. Wednesdaya
at Barbour Gym.
Advanced Section of the University 1
Women's Riding Club: 6 p.m. Thurs-4
day in front of Barbour Gym.
Ballet Club: 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.,
Thursday at Barbour Gym.
Tap Club: 4:15 p.m. Thursday atH
Swimming Club: 10:15 a.m. Satur-c
day at the Union Pool. i
Volley Ball Tournament; Monday t
at 5:15 p.m. Martha Cook I vs. Al- i
pha Xi Delta, Stockwell vs. Jordan I; t
at 7:15 p.m. State Street vs. Mosher i
IV. Tuesday at 5:15 p.m.: Alpha c
Omicron Pi vs. winner of State Street i
-Mosher Game. Winner of Martha
Cook-Alpha Xi Delta game vs. win-
ier of Stockwell-Jordan I game.
WISHES YOU ALL
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"Physical Fitness Booklets are now'
ready, and are at the Undergraduate
Office of the League and at Barbour
Gym," said Shelby Dietrich, Presi-
dent of WAA.
Containing directions for various
exercises, the booklet was prepared
by the past WAA Board and first
presented to the coeds last spring.
But because of the increased demand
for exercise instructions, re-issue was
Posture improving exercises, as
well as those designed for more
specific 'reducing.' are included in
the pamphlet, with instructions for
group work as well as individual
work. Since there has been no com-
pulsory exercise program for this
year, this Physical Fitness Booklet
may be a help to the houses who are
having an exercise program of their
WAill Be Held
Dean Lloyd is holding coffee hours
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday
and Friday of this weke in the
League especially for the transfer
These, last two coffee hours, set
aside for the transfer students, will I
give them opportunity to meet Dean
Lloyd informally. Following a gen-
eral talk by Dean Lloyd on the ad-
vantages open to Michigan students,
an open discussion will be held. Any
questions brought up by the students
will be fully answered by Dean Lloyd.
Orientation advisors are urged to get
in touch with their transfer groups.
To Meet in WAB.
There will be a meeting of the
Camp Counselors Club at 7 p.m.
Wednesday in the WAB, according
to Lee Wellman, president of the
Plans for the evening will include
square dancing, both American and
English, followed by group discus-
sions about some counseloring prob-
lems. The club is composed of all
coeds who have had some experience
n Camp Counseloring, along with
those who are interested in the activ-
ty. All members are asked to attend
this meeting and any women who
wish to learn more about the field are
cordially invited to attend the meet-
Tutors Are Needed
Bette Willemin, chairman of the
Putorial committee, urges students
nterested in tutoring Physics, or
conomics (especially accounting)
o sign up in the Undergraduate
>ffice and put the slip in her box
or they are needed. Through the
utorial committee they will be con-
acted with the student desiring help
,nd will be paid 75 cents an hour.
Have a chocolate soda whipped up
by Dean Lloyd,- or a coke made by
Miss Perry-that's what is going to
happen at the League tonight, thej
third New Year's Eve which students
will spend on campus.
In order to relievelabor shortage,
and incidentally, to help students
celebrate the New Year, the staff of
the Office of the Dean of Women
volunteered their services in the
League Coke Bar. Dean Lloyd, As-
sistant Deans Perry and Bromage,
and Mrs. Mercer, and Miss Mc~or-
Mick, social director of the League,
will be on hand to serve refresh-
ments in the coke bar and the ball-
room. The surprise of the evening
will be their costumes.
Each future waitress has expressed
her opinion that this will be good
experience for them, though they
have serious doubts as to the quality
of their work. Students may come
to this New Year's Party at the
League either singly or in couples.
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Two representatives from each
team playing in the Women's Bas-
ketball tournament must attend a
meeting to be held at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 2, in the Correctives
Room of Barbour Gym.
These representatives will be
taught to score and time for their
respective teams by Miss Marie
H~artwig of the department of Phy-
Any women interested in offi-
ciating at the basketball games
are invited to attend this meeting.
INVEST IN VICTORY
" - - Clip Here And Mail To A U.-Ma Man In The Armed Forces.
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ANN AIMfOR, NI'ICklSNI.Y DEC. 3, 944 .
Accept an old-fashioned greeting with old-
fashioned sincelty. And. as the clock in
the tower strikes the con ing of '45, our
thoughts will be with you, for the Victory
and~c Peace totvai d which all ofor 1 ot
1111d energies are nowy united.
" "' I'
"PARTY. PARTY." That
was the motto on campus
for this New Year's week-
end. Because few service-
men were granted permis-
sion to celebrate the com-
ing of the new year to-
night it was decided to
celebrate 25 hours early.
So at 11 p.m. last night
600 lusty lungs completed
the illusion. Confetti, pa-
per hats, noisemakers and
all the trimming invaded
the Rainbow Room at the
Union for an informal
dance. Jimmy Strauss, De-
troit society band leader,
and his orchestra supplied
the music for the evening.
BUT WAIT, that's not
all! For those lucky souls
with late permission for
tonight, a gala occasion is
being planned by the Wo-
men's War Council to be
held at the League. Com-
edy, vaudeville, dancing,
movies, games and a gen-
eral atmosphere of gayety
will add to the fun of new
year frolickers from 8 p.m.
to 1:30 n.m. at the League
Buggy Ride." Members of
the Women's Glee Club
will sing. Favorite records
will furnish music in the
ballroom where a coke bar
will be run by Assembly.
The League grill room will
be open during the eve-
ning and will be appropri-
ately decorated for the
New Year's festivities.
Dean of Women Alice
Lloyd, her assistant, Mrs.
Mary C. Bromage, and
Miss Ethel McCormick, di-
rector of coed undergrad-
uate activities, will head
the serving staff in the
grill room. They will be
assisted by directors of co-
ed residences. Two rooms
will be equipped with vari-
out types of games.
E* *:AST o"Junior
Msis" made such a hit
when they appeared at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre that at the request of
army authorities they gave
a special performance of
the comedy at the Romu-
lus Air Base before Christ-