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FRknAY, MAY 10, )94

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rssem ny Will Hold Final League House

ea Dance May 18

Ed Morhous
Will Provide
Music at Event
Affair To Feature Dancing
From 2 to 5 p.m. in Ballroom;
All Campus Men To Be Invited
The final League House Tea Dance
of the semester will be held from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 18,
in the League Ballroom, Rosalyn
Long, general chairman, announced
yesterday.
The dance will climax the series
of League House Dances sponsored
this year by Assembly, and coeds
from all league houses will act as
hostesses. All campus men are in-
vited to attend.
Ed Morhous and his five piece
band from Ypsilanti will provide
music for the afternoon dance.
Morhous has played for previous
League House Dances and has been
featured at recent Willow Run
dances. "His band is known for its
smooth arrangements, and espec-
ially for its rumbas," Miss Long
said.
Tickets will go on sale from noon
to 1 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday,
May 15 and 16 in the League for
all league house residents. The num-
ber of tickets is limited and tickets
will be sold only as long as they last,
according, to Miss Long, who asked
that coeds not wait until the last,
day to purchase their tickets.
Assembly membership cards
should be procured by every woman
planning to attend the dance.
Cards may be obtained from 3

Coed Officers
To Be Revealed
At Installation
Women who will head key campus
women's activities will be announced
at Installation Night, an annual
event to be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday
in Rackham Lecture Hall.
Those positions which will be re-
vealed include new members of Lea-
gue Council, Judiciary Council,
chairmen and committee members of
.JGPIay and Soph Cabaret, and As-
sembly and Panhellenic Boards. In
accordance with a new policy, there
will be no guest speaker at the event
which will be solely concerned with
the installation ceremonies.
In addition, tapping will be carried
on by Mortarboard, senior women's
honor society; Senior Society, which
honors independent senior women;
and Scroll, senior honor society for
affiliated women.
Membership in the honor societies
is based upon scholarship, activities,
and service. Dispensing with a line
weaving in and out of the lecture
hall, members of the societies will go
directly to the women they are ask-
ing to join.
3 mmediately following the program
in the Rackham Building, a reception
will be held in the League Ballroom
to which all women are. invited by
the Installation Night central con-
iittee. Free cokes will be served and
the reception will provide an oppor-
tunity for coeds to meet the new
members of League Council, Judici-
ary Council and the newly-tapped
members of the honor societies.

TENN[S SUIT-Dorothea Robinson
models a shocking-pink play outfit
desgned for outdoor sports wear.
The suit features a two-piece de-
sign, with low neck and bare mid-
riff.

Law Students
To Hold Dancej
Herbeck Orchestra Will Play
At Annual Crease Boll May 17
The seniors in the Law School will
hold their traditional ball from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 17, in the
League Ballroom.
Ray Herbeck and his orchestra will;
play for the lawyers and their guests
at the '46 Crease Dance. Before the
war Herbeck and his group were or-
ganized as the University of Cali-
fornia campus band, and, until the
members went into service during the
war, played in several West Coast
colleges and cities.
Band Reorganized
Following the war and subsequent
to his discharge from the army last
year, Herbeck reorganized his band,
and has since played in night clubs1
in Los Angeles and Chicago. They
are currently playing in various cities
in Texas.
Herbeck himself plays the saxo-
phone, and his group, organized about
his playing, includes many of his
former college classmates. Herbeck
features both swing and sweet num-
bers on his programs, as he believes
that "a steady diet of sweet music
is pretty lifeless while a continuous
program of swing is pretty ardous
'for dancers and musicians alike."
lerbeck also features instrumental
and vocal novelties on his programs.!
All-Lawyers' Event
Crease ball is the one all-lawyers'
social event which law school stu-
dents sponsor each year. The dance
chairman is Peter Price, and all com-
mittee members are senior law stu-
dents.
In place of programs and favors,
the 1946 edition of the "Raw Review"
will be distributed to all those at-
tending the ball. The review is a
take-off on the Law School's scolar-
ly "Law Review", and contains jokes
and cartoons.
Brezner, Goldman
Are Winning Team
In Bowling Contest
Winners in the all-campus bowling
tournament sponsored by the WAA
Bowling Club were announced yes-
terday by Marie Neumeister, bowling
manager.
Pat Brezner and Bob Goldman were
tournament winners with a total of
960 pins for six games. Tied for
second place honors were Ann Lev- i
erenz and Tom Ballantyne, and Phy-
llis Moffatt and Don McClelland,
with totals of 955 for each couple.
The first prize of two pairs of ny
lons, as well as a second prize of
candy and cigarettes and a booby
prize of theatre tickets, were donated
by local merchants.
Miss Neumeister announced that
full tabulations of scores are posted
on the bulletin board on the base-
ment of Angell Hall, showing all mix-
ed doubles teams competing in the
tournament and their scores.

Scott's

At Panhel-Assembiy Ball May

24

I~feavenly Daze,"'i rd aiiiua
Panhel- Assembly ball, will he l i i
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ri1iday. May 24,
in the Intramural Buildi,.
Raymond Sectt, with his 16-piece
orchestra including the Scott Quintet
and a newly organih-d group, the
Secret Seven, will phLia for tihe dan-
cers. Dorothy Collins is feminine vo-
calist with the band.
Decorations, following the "heav-
enly" theme cf the dance, will con-
sist of mirrored stars linig the
walls of the allroom :ndl a huge
shooting star with i lier stars
trailing it at Otie cnd of tie danci
I loor.
A h uge creont, mo hun, liig hPigh
in tihe vaulted ihing, will I 1;,r(-
flected by several col: rcd .potiihts
playing across the fluor, arid smaller
spots will aim at each star.
The well-known "rparly gate;"
will serve as entrances to the dance
floor, and a "nectar bar" in the
main lobby with the appropriate

E(I 'reiat h41IImwuIS will Ie' for rt
I ft'5i11in 'lt S.
In (?; dei- 10 obtain enough nitiors
to make the desired stars, a campaign
is being conducted in all women's
dormitories on campus. A gift cer-
tificate will be awarded to the house
whose residents contribute the largest
number of (rounds of mirrors per wo-
man. The prize will be presented to
the winning house during the inter-
mission at the dance.
Late permission until 1:30 a.m. has
been granted to women students, and
naval peis mouel will have 2 ani. Pier-
mission.
All students interested in work-
ing on the Decorations Comiitte
for Olympic Ball are asked to at-
tend an important meeting at 7:30
p.m. Monday at the WAB, and
also to Contact Eleanor Daniels,
'7330 or Jack Petoskey, 9817 before
Monday.

Orchestra To Be Featured

TiO STORES
Rep'od"cd rm i' '""/ Vogue

Seniors" Need
Coed Workers
Simri r women are needed to work
on the committee to plan recreational
activities for Senior Week.
Seniors will have a period of three
days, from Wednesday, June 19, to
Friday, June 21, in which there will
be very little to do. Plans for a gen-
eral mixer on Wednesday, a picnic on
Thursday, and a dance on Friday
have already been subm.itted, but the
committee requests that more stu-
dents turn in ideas.
Those interested are urged to con-
tact either Paul John at 2-3189, Helen
Alpert, or Nora MacLaughlin at the
Lfeague, 2-3251, as soon as possible,
Besides taking part in planning ac-
tivities, they will be asked to help
send cards to other seniors to find out
their ideas and to contact the League
and Union to make arrangements
for a dance. "We are anxious to get
other students' views on the situa-
tion and would appreciate their co-
operation in planning activities for
that time", John stated.

p.m. to 5 p.m.
and Thursday
sembly Office
the League.
A coke bar
the enjoyment
mixer dances

Monday, Wednesday
each week in the As-
on the third floor of
will be provided for
of the dancers and
will be scheduled

throughout the afternoon. House-
mothers of the league house zones
will be- patrons for the affair.
Members of the League House cen-
tral committee in addition to Miss
Long are Marcie Dubinsky, assistant
chairman, Helene Rich, programs,
and Carol Lieberman, publicity.
Houses To Feature
Weekend Parties
Several dances and parties have
been scheduled for the weekend.
Pi Beta Phi will present its pledge
formal from 9 a.m. to midnight today
at Barton Hills. Alpha Tau Omega
will hold an informal dance from
9 p.m. to midnight today.
Phi Sigma Delta and Sigma Chi
will give informal pledge'dances and
Zeta Tap Alpha will present its pledge
formal from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow.
Formal dances will also be held
by Alpha Xi Delta and Sigma Phi
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
Continuing the list of house-events
are a record party to be given by
Lambda Chi Alpha, and an open
house sponsored by the Muriel Lest-
er Co-operative, both from 9 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow.
Residents of Martha Cook will pre-
sent their annual garden party from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m., tomorrow. Given
in honor of members of the faculty,
about a thousand of whom have been
invited to the affair this year, the
party is presented in the form of a
large open house.
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YOUR REQUIRED
REEDING...
by Miss Seventeen
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Miracle, the waist-whittling
wonder mesh that controls with
a caress...abbreviates bulges.

Navy Wi I I Give Farewell BalI
Clima>iing Week's Celebratic
Climaxing a week-long celebration, dance. At the end of intermiss
the Navy Farewell Ball will be pre- few appropriate farewell songs
sented for all naval and marine per- be sung.
sonnel Friday, May 1, in the Rain- The battalion parade and re
bc0w Room of the Union. will be held Wednesday, May
Jess Stacey and his fifteen-piece and will be witnessed ;y high ra
orchestra will provide the music ing Navy officers from Wash
for the evening. They are well-known ton D.C. and Great Lakes and
in the music world for their swing Univcrsity officials. The comp
and :mooth dance arrangements. acquiring the greatest numbe
Featured with the orchestra will be points will be awarded the co
Lee Wiley, vocalist, and Jess Stacy, On Memorial Day, North Hall
voted as outstanding pianist by will be host at an open hou
Downbeat Poll, at the piano. which the public is invited. Ex
Tickets, priced at five dollars, will be shown by the various de
may be purchased at the West Quad ments of Navy Science and Tact
for this last social event to be pre- the University, and will consi
sented by the men in the unit. Ela- displays of equipment used in
borate decorations based on a fare- struction as well as some actuald
well theme have been planned by such as dummy gun drill.
the committee. In the evening a buffet dinne
be given for students and their g
The Grand March will be per-
formed following intermission by the
seniors and their guests honoring the Women who wish to try out
winning company of the competitive The University Women's Ri
drill. During the senior ceremonies Club at 4 p.m. today should
the men will be presented with en- Barbara Brady, club manage
sign's bars, or, if going on inactive 2-4514, to make arrangements
duty. with a U.S. Naval Reserve dis- the tryouts.
charge emblem, by their guests for the
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Make a Fashion of
Leg Make-up
THE MAY 1st BEAUTY ISSUE OF VOGUE says this is the
summer to "make a fashion-point of leg-tan." Plan your tan-
we've lotions, oils and creams to encourage the right, most
becoming tan for you. Leg make-up, too-to supplement reluctant
tans. Down to well-pedicured toes in next-to-nothing sandals,
your coat of tan will be on dress parade this summer.
First, de-fuzz with a good depilatory like
Arden's "Sleek," 1.00.
Encourage the right tan with suntan oil by Ritz,
Arden or Monteil, 1.00 to 2.00.
Leg make-up in a good city-tan by Arden or Ritz,
1.00 and 2.00.
Paint your nails a lighter, brighter color with
Peggy Sage's "Sage Red," 60c.

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