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a. e THE I1CHIGAN DAILY

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Tommy Dorsey
WJR Will Broadcast at Dance;
Corsages Will Not Be Allowed

To Ploy cat J-Hop Senior Women
_ To Be Honored

(Continued from Page 1)
edition of the Extra will be free. The'
second edition, which will appear
Saturday, will carry pictures taken
at the Hop, as well as the names of
all women attending the affair. It hasI
been announced by the committee
that corsages will not be admitted at
the door.
Committee members and their
dates for the affair are as follows:
Charles Helmick, chairman, and Mar-.
ian' Sharkey, Bill Lambert and Peggy
Shafer from Michigan State, Dick
Roeder and Marilyn Howell, Hal Wal-
ters and Mary Jean Mackay from
Canton, Ohio, George Spaulding and
Margaret Gage, Roberta Ames and
Robert Boyer from Purdue, Collee Ide
and Robert Geahan, Pat Hayes and
James O'Connor, and Lynn Ford and
Ray Dixon.
Preceding the J-Hop, committee!
member Betty Smith will be married
to Milton Sandling at 8:30 p.m. at the
Presbyterian church. All committee
members and their dates will attend
the wedding ceremony.
Patrons for the event include Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Harry F. Kelly, Presi-
dent and Mrs. A. F. Ruthven, Vice-
President and Mrs. J. P. Adams, Vice-
President and Mrs. R. P. Briggs, Vice-
President and Mrs. M. L. Niehuss,
Secretary and Mrs. H. B. Watkins,
Regent Vera B. Baits and Mr. S. G.
Baits, Regent and Mrs. R. S. Bishop,
Regent and Mrs. A. V. Connable, Re-
gent and Mrs. R. A. Hayward.
The list continues with Regent and
Mrs. J. J. Herbert, Regent and Mrs.
H. G. Kipke, Regent and Mrs. Otto
K. Eckert, Regent and Mrs. C. S.
Kennedy, Doctor F. E. Robbins, Dean
and Mrs. W. I. Bennett, Dean and
Mrs. R. W. Bunting, Dean J. A. Burs-
ley, Dean and Mrs. I. C. Crawford,'
Dean and Mrs. S. T. Dane, Dean and
Mrs. J. B. Edmondson.
Other patrons will be Dean and
Mrs. A. B. Furstenberg, Doctor and
Mrs. L. A. Hopkins, Dean and Mrs.
Howard Keniston, Director and Mrs.
H. B. Lewis, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Di-
rector and Mrs. E. V. Moore, Director
Rhoda F. Reddig, Doctor and Mrs.'
W. G. Rice, Doctor and Mrs. C. A.
Sink, Dean and Mrs. R. A. Stevenson,
Dean and Mrs. E. B. Stason, Dean
and Mrs. H. F. Vaughan, Asst. Deant
and Mrs. Peter Okkelberg.
Additional patrons will be 'Asst.
Dean Mary C. Bromage, Asst. Dean
and Mrs. W. J. Emmons, Asst. Dean
C.. T. Olmsted, Asst. Dean and Mrs.1
W. B. Rea, Associate Dean and Mrs.I
E. A. Walter, Registrar and Mrs. I. M.I
Smith, Miss Etehel A. McCormick,]
Professor and Mrs. H. F. Adams. 1
The list continues with Professor C.1

G. Brandt, Professor and Mrs. H. O.
Crisler, Professor and Mrs. R. A
Dodge, Professor and Mrs. A. Dun-
ham, Professor and Mrs. R. B. Hall,
Captain W. V. Michaux, Colonel and
Mrs. R. C. Miller, Professor and Mrs.
W. A. Paton, Professor Jean P. Slus-
;:er, Professor and Mrs. W. C. Trow,
Professor and Mrs. A. E. Wood, Asso-
ciate Professor and Mrs. H. S. Bull,
Associate Professor and Mrs. P. S.
Dwyer, Associate Professor and Mrs.
C. H. Fischer,
Other patrons will be Associate
Professor and Mrs. J. S. Gault, Coin-
inander and Mrs. N. C. Gillette, Asso-
ciate Professor and Mrs. L. C. Maugh,
Associate Professor and Mrs. N. E.
Nelson, Associate Professor and Mrs.
13. D. Thuma, Associate Professor
and Mrs. R. C. Boys, Assistant Pro-
fessor and Mrs. W. Frankena, Assis-
'ant Professor and Mrs. D. B. Gooch,
Assistant Professor and Mrs. R. T.
Liddiccat, Assistant Professor Cath-
erine B. Heller, Assistant Professor
L. H. Lairg, Assistant Professor and
Mrs. II. M. Moser.
The list continues with Assistant
Professor and Mrs. C. J. Nesbitt, As-
sistant Professor and Mrs. A. Seager,
Assistant Professor and Mrs. C. W.
Spoener, Jr., Assistant Professor and
Mrs. E. Weddidge, Assistant Professor
and Mrs. F.rW. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
G. R. Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. F. A.
Bond, Lt. and Mrs. R. A. Bowman,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Dresden, Mr. Mor-
ris Greenhut, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Hagerty, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harper,
Mr. A. L. Hawkins, Brig. Gen. and
Mrs. C. G. Helmick, Mr. George Kiss,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kuenzel.
Other patrons include Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Mann, Dr. and Mrs. Rufus
Wixon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl N. Riskey,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ames, Mr. and
Mrs. S. D. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ide, Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs.
G. F. Roeder, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Spaulding, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Smith,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Walter.
WAA Notices
Ballet Club will meet at 4 p. m.
today in the Dance Studio of Barbour
Gym. A short meeting will be held
and members will not dance at the
meeting.
Rifle Club will resume and con-
tinue its activities for the month of
March between 1 p. m. and 3 p. m.
at the ROTC range on Saturday. Lt.
Ericson will instruct on different posi-
tions. All members are urged to at-
tend these last four meetings.

Denny Beckner
Will Play for
~Pay-IOff Dance
Merrymakers Will Provide
Music, Extra Entertainment;
Tickets Still Available Today

By Junior Play
Seni"r wc nen wiil be honored with
he first presentation of the 1947 Jun-
lo" Girls' Play, There's Room for!
lt. 1o ,e hld at 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
cay, "n Lyia Mendelssohn Theatre,
after -he dinner and special program
of Senior Night.
'Ii( kts for the Senior Supper at 6 I
p;.m. in the League Ballroom may be
purchared rc between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Wednsdayin the offlice of the Socialj

Figure Skaters
Will Perform
At Ice Carnival
Climaxing an eventful skating sea-
son, the Fourth Annual Figure Skat-
ing Carnival will be held at 8 p.m.
Sunday and Monday at the Michigan
Ice Rink.
Featured groups for the perform-
ances will be the University Women's
Figure Skating Club, under the chair-
manship of Colle ide, and the Ann
Arbor Figure Skating Club, directed
by Dr. John Bean.
Dr. Bradley Patten and Miss Mary
Frances Greschke, a Middle West
skater and director of the entire Car-
nival, will skate as a pair, and in ad-
dition, several professional skaters1
from Detroit will appear on the pro-
gram.
Other featured skaters include
Frances Radford, University student,
as well as Suzzane Ross, Jill Thomp-
son, Mimi Lewis and Judy Cushing.
Tickets may be purchased at the
League, Union and at a local book-
store for the Carnival which will be
highlighted with novelty numbers,1
ballet groups, pairs and trios.
Raine, and Carolyn Daley is general
chairman.

Club To Hold
Final Tryouts
Tryouts for the Women's Glee Club
will be held at 4 p.m. today in the
League for the final time and any
woman who is interested and eligible
is urged to try out.
Everyone with tme exception of
first semester freshmen may try out
and must bring her eligibility card.
Second altos in particujar are needed,
according to Bernice Hall. president.
This term a spring concert and sev-
eral radio broadcasts over WPAG are
being planned. Every semester a $50
scholarship is awarded to one mem-
ber of the glee club for the further-
ance of her musical education.
Cards Obtainable
All independent women are urged
to obtain their Assembly membership
cards which will be distributed from
3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Monday, Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday of every
week beginning next Monday in the
Assembly office of the League.
These cards which are issued to
league house and dormitory residents
will be necessary for participation in
all assembly functions and events, ac-
cording to Helen Alpert, Assembly
president.

The music of Denny Beckner and tIncoow, Monday, Tuesday and
his "Mad Cap" Merrymakers will be W~dflC dav in the office of the Social
featured at the informal Pay-Off Directr-the League.
Dance, presented by Mortarboard for Senier women nmust attend the

all women on campus and their dates,
rom 9 p.m. to mirnignt, tomorrow in
the League Ballroom.
The fifteen members of the Denny
Beckner ciehestra will present the
same sophisticated music and enter-
tainment for which they are noted,
"Sonny Boy" Gil Euker, the comedy
trumpeter, Doris and her accordian
and vocalist, Bill Wendell, will pro-
vide extra entertainment at the Pay-j
Off Dance.
Junior Kay Kyser
In the music trade, Denny Beck-'
ner has been nicknamed the junior

sul:rer and play attired in caps and
gcwns and wil not be admitted with-
out them. (aps and gowns may be
ricrdtp WXednesday, March 13, and
Thu rLvay, ii <h 14, at a local sports
'hop. A 5 de iesit must be made
upun reiting gowns, S3 of which will
be refuided if robes are returned on
tin,- Al w nen graduating are to
runt their ca, ard gowns at this time
_ :1; may keep them until June gradu-
iion. If receiVing more than a
taeheloi's degree, women must place
a .sjecial order fcr their robes.
Immcdiately after the dinner, sen-

DENNY BECKNER his fifteen
"Mad Cau, Mermakpr xill bn

:Kay because of his entertaining ways ior womcn will go to the Lydia Men-
featured at the Pay-Off Dance as a comedy orchestra leader. The delssohn Theatre for the traditional
from 9 p. m. to midnight tomorrow !Merrymakers are coming to the dance Senior Night program and JGPlay.
n the League Ballroom. direct from an engagement at a De- Community singink will open the pro-
troit night club. Before coming to gram followed by Senior Parade on
E bg I W ornen Detroit, Denny Beckner's band had a the stage of the Theatre.
five year engagement in New York' Senior Parade is the ceremony in
after which they went on an eight which mrarried women light candles,
Needed as Tutors month tour overseas with the USO. engaged women suck lemons, those
Women may purchase tickets from pinned wear straight pins and the
For Al I Courses 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today in the League others drop a penny in the "wishing
and on the Diagonal. Tickets for this well" for every year that they have
Tutors are badly needed this semes- women-bid dance are priced at $2. been single.
ter for all subjects, especially math, Repay J-Hop Dates "There's Room for All," written,
chemistry, and physics, according to The Pay-Off Dance is one of the directed and produced solely by Jun-
Naomi Buehler, Chairman of Merit- few women-bid affairs presented on ior women, is a satire on a theme fa-
Tutorial Committee. campus and is the opportunity for miliar to all University coeds. The
To be eligible to tutoi' a woman women to repay their J-Hop or any production promises laughs and en-
mt havreeied tno Ainutheswbmnother dates. The name of the dance, tertainment to be provided by original*
must have received an A in the sub- "Pay-Off," means appreciation c: lyrics, music and dance routines. The
ae rai eventy-fiv entsan. hur. "Thank You" for previous dates. play is under the direction of Jean
Seventy-one students were tutored The League Grill will be open until
Sevntyonestuens wre utoedmidnight, tomorrow, to serve re-
last semester and more are expected mnightw, toser e B-erly Soloi'owv tdecorations, Jane
to e sgne upfo th seondsems-freshments to the dancers. The Ball-! St, auss and Betty Vaughn; tickets,
to be signed up for the second semes- zoom of the League will be simplyJaesrhrndBbra sbn
ter. omothLegewlbesmy Jane Archer and Barbara Osborne.
decorated with Mortarboard insignia Dorothy Wantz and Ruth Ann Bales
The tutor is not obligated to take and the dance programs will bear head the patrons committee and Jean
every student who calls her if she is miniature Mortarboard emblems. Gaflney is in charge of finance. Pub-
busy at the time. She also has the Revived Tradition licity for the affair is being handled
privilege of deciding upon the time Previous to the war, in the old by Margaret Farmer, Joyce Siegan
and the place where she is to tutor. J-Hop days, Mortarboard sponsored and Ann Schutz.
"Women iterested should sign one this all-campus Pay-Off Dance the
of the slips in the Merit-Tutorial box weekend after J-Hop. This year Mor-
in the Undergraduate office in the tarboard is reviving this trationalE
League," said Miss Buehler. event for all women on campus and

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