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Sale of Ball Tickets
To Begin in Housesi
Scott Will Play at Panhel-Assembly Formal;
Late Permission To Be Granted Women
Tickets for the Panhel-Assembly a booth in the League. Tickets will
Ball, "Heavenly Daze", will go on sale, be $




To Be Installed
At Honors Night
Highlighting 1945-46 women's ac-
tivities will be Installation Night to
be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall at which time those
coeds who will head key campus or-
ganizations will be announced.
Positions which will be revealed in-
clude new members of League Coun-
cil, Judiciary Council, members of
Assembly and Panhellenic Boards
and chairmen and committee mem-
bers of JG Play and Soph Cabaret.

today at all dormitories, sororities and
league houses on campus, Jean Eng-
stom and Virginia Olberding, co-
chairmen of the ticket committee,
reported yesterday.
The ball, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 24, in
the Intramural Building, is open to
all independent and affiliated women
in the University.
Tickets To Be Distributed
House presidents and committee
members will distribute tickets until
May 20 when they will go on sale at
Will Sponsor
Spring Dances
Tickets for the Newman Club
Spring Formal, scheduled from 9 p.m.
to midnight Friday, May 17, in the
Union Ballroom, may be purchased
from Club members by any student
on campus, according to Tom Don-
nelly, ticket chairman.
Sponsored annually by the local
Catholic students' organization, this
year's semi-formal edition will fea-
ture Bill Layton and his campus or-
chestra with Patti DuPont holding
the vocal spotlight.
Theidance is under theaco-chair-
manship of. Bill Muha and Doris
Heidgen. Committee chairmen in-
clude Donnelly, tickets; Kay Kaye,
programs; Mary Battle, decorations;
Barbara Luke, patrons; Cam Fisher,
entertainment; and Pat Barkey, pub-
Annual Hillel Formal
The Hillel Foundation will present
its annual spring formal, May Frolic,
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
May 18, in the League Ballroom.
Decorations for the semi-formal
affair will carry out the spring theme.
A small white picket fence will be
built around the orchestra, and col-
orful gremlins will add to the at-
mosphere. Paper flowers will be clust-
ered on the wall around the orches-
tra. Real flowers will be sold at the
door, the proceeds of which will go
to the Jewish National Fund.
Music will be provided by Ed Wood-1
worth's orchestra. Chaperones for
the affair will be Dr. and Mrs. Lampe
and Prof. and M.rs. Haber, and the'
general co-chairmen for the dance
are Marshall Wallace and Barbara1
Tickets may be purchased at the
Foundation, 730 Haven, or from any]
member of the dance committee.
Ticket sales are open to the entire1
student body.]

Raymond Scott and his orchestra,
which includes the Scott Quintet and
a new instrumental group, the Secret
Seven, will play for dancing. Dorothy
Collins is feminine vocalist with the
band, and several novelty numbers,
including "Huckleberry Duck," "Toy
Trumpet," and "Mexican Jumping
All members of the ticket com-
mittee for Panhel-Assembly Ball
are requested to meet at 4:30 p.m.
today in the Grand Rapids room
of the League, Jean Engstom and
Virginia Olberding, committee co-
chairmen announced. Members
who have not presented their eli-
gibility cards should do so at this
time, the chairmen said.
Bean," will be featured in the dance
Formerly starred on the Lucky
Strike Hit Parade, and leading his
own radio show, "Concerts in
Rhythm," Scott has recently com-
pleted a tour of the country with his
new 16-piece musical aggregation.
Ball To Be Semi-Formal
The ball, which is the third of its
kind, will be semi-formal due to the
difficulty in getting male formal at-
tire, Collee Ide and Margaret Thomp-
son, general co-chairman, have an-


In addition, lapping will be car-
ried on by MEortorboard, senior wo-
men's honorary society; Senior So-
ciety, which honors independent
senior women, and Scroll, honor,
Society for affiliated senior women.
Adhering to a new yolicy, members
of the honor societies will not form
a line "touring" the lecutre hall,
but will go directly to the women
they are to tap.
Membership in the honor societies
is based upon scholarship, activities
and service and the tapping ceremon-
ies are eagerly awaited by campus
Immediately following the instal-
lation ceremonies, a reception will be
held in the League Ballroom which
will provide an opportunity for coeds
to meet the new members of League
Council, Judiciary Council and the
newly-tapped members of the honor
All those who attend the installa-
tion ceremonies are invited by the
Installation Night central committee1
to attend the reception.

To Be Offered
Sophomore, Junior Women
Urged To Apply for Awards
Sophomore and junior women are
urged to apply this week for the
Ethel A. McCormick scholarships, ac-
cording to Nora MacLaughlin. League
Three $100 awards will be pre-
sented at Installation Night to women
who have maintainted a scholastic
average higher than the all-campus
average for women, and who have
participated in extracurricular ac-
Scholarship applications may be
obtained from the Office of the Soc-
ial Director in the League, and should
be submitted to the president of the
League. Each applicant should sub-
mit two letters of recommendation
from Ann Arbor citizens with her ap-
Interviewing of applicants will be
held Friday. The awarding of schol-
arships will take into consideration
need as well as average and activi-
1Olympic Ball
To Meet Today
All men and women physical edu-
cation majors and lettermen who
wish to serve on Olympic Ball com-
mittees may attend a meeting at
3 p.m. today in the WAB, according
to Elmer Swanson, ball co-chairman.
Central committees for the all-
campus sports dance to be held from
8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday, May
29 in the League Ballroom include
decorations, publicity, tickets and
Interested persons are urged by
Swanson to attend today's meeting.
"This dance is strictly a physical
education venture and its success de-
pends on the students in this depart-
ment," he stated.
Olympic Ball will revive an old
pre-war tradition. It is being spon-
sored by the two physical education
departments together with the M-
Club. Charles Bird and his twelve
piece orchestra from Muskegon will
provide the music for the dance.
Jo Osgood, Dick Korte and Swan-
son are co-chairmen of Olympic Ball.
Golf Club To Hold
Play Day Saturday
WAA Golf Club members will par-
ticipate in an all-club play day Sat-
urday at the University Golf Course.
Barbara Dewey, club manager, has
announced that several types of con-
tests will be held, and she emphasized
that all club members will have an
equal chance to compete for the
prizes which are being offered.
Main event of the day will be the
play of nine holes of golf, in which
each coed will try to better her lowest
previous score for the season.
Lantern Night song leaders will
meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the
Correctives Room of Barbour Gym
to submit the names of the songs
their houses will sing and to draw
for positions on the Lantern
Night program, which will be held
Tuesday, May 28.

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Semi-Formal Dance inLeague

The senior class of the Law School
will hold its traditional semi-formal
Crease Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, May 17, in the League Ball-
The first such affair since 1942,
the dance will be an all-lawyers func-
tion, and will feature the music of
Ray Herbeck and his orchestra.
Herbeck will furnish "Music with
Romance," and feature his combina-
tion of sweet and swing melodies
which he has developed since the or-
chestra's post-war reorganization last
Pete Price, chairman of the dance
committee, announced that the "Raw
Review" will be distributed as favors
to all who attend. Women attending
the dance will receive late permis-
Crease Ball has for many years been
the main social function of the Law
A meeting for all members of the
publicity committee for Panhel-As-
sembly Ball will be held at 5 p.m.
today in the ABC Rooms of the

School, and until 1937 was held in
the Law Club. From 1937 to 1942
the balls were held in the League
Ballroom on the same night that
the engineers held Slide Rule in the
Picnic To Be Held
By Vets' Wives Club
The Veterans' Nives Club will
sponsor a picnic for University vet-
erans and their wives Saturday at
the Island.
Those who plan to attend should
make reservations with Mrs. Richard
Gregg at 2-2323 or Mrs. John Rick-
erson, 4018 by tomorrow. There will
be a charge of one dollar per couple
to cover the cost of food.
The group will meet at the League
at 5 p.m. and transportation to the
picnic grounds will be furnished.
Those who would be willing to furn-
ish transportation are asked by the
officers of the club to contact Mrs.
Gregg or Mrs. Rickerson.
Bowling Contest
An all-campus bowling tournament
will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
today at a local bowling alley.
Forty-two mixed doubles teams will
compete for honors in the second
tournament sponsored by the WAA
Bowling Club this semester. The first
such competition, however, was or-
ganized as a men's and a women's


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Alpha Phi Omega. Important bus-
iness meeting tonight at 7:30 at the
Union. Pledging ceremonies will be
held. Every active and pledge is
strongly urged to be present.
Coming Events
University of MichigaAi Section of
the American Chemical Society will+
meet Friday, May 10, at 4:15 p.m.
in Room 151 Chem. Building. Dr.
W. Conard Fernelius, professor of
chemistry at Purdue University, will
speak on "The Structure of Coordin-
ation' Compounds." The public is+
cordially invited.1
Attention men chemists and chem-
ical engineers: Prof. H. B. Lewis will

give an illustrated talk on "Hor-
mones" at the spring Chem Club
meeting, Thursday, May 9, room 303
Chem. Bldg., at 7:30 p.m. Refresh-
Tea at the International Center:
The weekly informal teas at the
International Center on Thursdays,
from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. are open to
all foreign students and their Ameri-
can friends.
ICC Professor Theodore Newcomb
will speak on "The German Civilian
Morale," in an informal talk spon-
sored by the Educational Committee
of the Intercooperative Council, at
the Michigan Co-op, 355 East Ann
St., Friday, May 10, 8:15 p.m. Dis-
cussion will follow and refreshments
will be served.

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