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May 15, 1946 - Image 5

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Navy, Maise nit
To Hold Final Ball
Ma.y 3 tUnion
Jess Stacy's Orchestra To Furnish Music;
Guests Will Present Graduation Honors
During Senior Ceremony at Farewell Dance

The Navy Farewell Ball, the last
Navy dance to be presented on cam-
pus, will highlight the week of fare-
well celebrations on Friday, May 31,
in the Rainbow Room of the Union.
Members of the Navy and Marine
unit and their guests will dance to
the music of Jess Stacy and his fif-
teen-piece orchestra. Sharing the
spotlight as featured entertainers will
be Jess Stacy, who is noted for his
modern piano stylings, and his wife,
Lee Wiley, vocalist.
Played With Bands
Stacy's orchestra has promised the
best in popular dance music for the
Farewell Ball. Before forming his
own band, he ganed experience in
the music world by playing with
Benny Goodman, Bob Crosby, and
later with Tommy Dorsey.
The dance is being presented as
the last social event for all naval
and marine personnel. Tickets for
the affair, priced at five dollars, are
now on sale at the West Quadrangle.
Elaborate decorations carrying out
a farewell theme have been planned
by the committee.
Winning Company Honored
The Grand March, honoring the
winning company of the competitive
drills, will be performed by the sen-
iors and their dates immediately fol-
lowing intermission. During the sen-
ior ceremonies the men will be pre-
sented with ensign bars, or if going
on inactive duty, with a U. S. Naval
Reserve discharge emblem, by their
guests for the ball. A few appropri-
ate farewell songs will be sung after
the ceremonies.
The battalion parade and review
will be held Wednesday, May 29, in
the presence of Navy officers from
Washington, D.C., and Great Lakes,
and University officials. The colors
will be awarded to the company ac-
quiring the greatest number of points.
There will be one marine and four
navy companies competing.
To Hold Open House
On Memorial Day, the public will
be invited to an Open House at
Newman Club
To Hold Formal
Tickets for the all campus New-
man Club Spring Formal are on sale
now at the main desk of the Union
and at St. Mary's Chapel, and may
also be purchased from club mem-
Scheduled from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday at the Rainbow Room of the
Union, the semi-formal affair will
offer another opportunity for coeds
to repay their dates, and women are
urged to make this a coed-bid dance.
Any student on campus is eligible
to attend the formal which is not
solely a coed-bid dance. Sponsored
by the local Catholic students' organ-
ization, the event will be the high
point of Newman Club social activi-
ties in the state.
Delegates from Michigan State Col-
lege, Wayne University, ,Western
Michigan College, Flint Junior Col-
lege and Jackson Junior College will
represent Newman Clubs at their
respective schools.
Bill Layton and his campus orches-
tra will be spotlighted on the band-
stand with Patti DuPont sharing vo-
cal honors with Layton. Intermis-
sion entertainment will feature a
Filipino dance team in native dances
and singer Gloria Glennon.
Decorations will follow a spring
garden theme and huge flower cut-
outs in vivid colors will adorn the
walls of the ballroom. The Union
taproom will be open during and
following intermission time. No cor-
sages are to be worn to the Spring

North Hall. Exhibits will be shown
by the various departments of Naval
Science and Tactics at the Univer-
sity, and will consist of displays of
equipment used in instruction as well
as some actual drills.
In the evening a buffet supper will
be given in the West Quad to which


students may invite their parents or
their dates. After the dinner a short
variety show will be presented by
various members of the unit in one
of the mess halls of the West Quad.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. McCracken
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Martha, to Phillip B. Mar-
cellus, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip B. Marcellus, of Rockford, Ill.,
at a golf tea recently.
Miss McCracken is a graduate of
the literary college and was affilia-
ted with Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Mr.
Marcellus, a senior in the architec-
ture school, is a member of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity. The wedding is
expected to take place in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Feinberg of
Bayonne, N.J., announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Carol, to
Mr. Martin Feferman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Fishman of Newark, N.J.
Miss Feinberg is a member of the
class of '47 and is affiliated with Al-
pha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Feferman is a senior in the
medical school and is a member of
Zeta Beta Tau, Sphinx and Michi-
gama, men's honor societies, Phi Del-
ta Epsilon, medical school fraternity,
and Galens.
The wedding will take place July
7 in Asbury Park, N.J.
** *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wick of Do-
wvagiac recently announced the mar-
riage of their daughter, Jean, to
Philip Cobb, son of Mr. and Mrs. N.
A. Cobb of Battle Creek.
Mrs. Cobb graduated from the ar-
chitecture college in February and
was affiliated with Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority. The couple was mar-
ried April 27, in St. Andrew's Epis-
copal church, Ann Arbor.
There will be a meeting of the
decorations committee of Panhel-
Assembly Ball at 4:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the ABC Rooms of the Lea-
gue. Barbara Hitchcock, commit-
tee co-chairman, emphasized that
it is important that all committee
members attend.

League 1ouses
Will Sponsor
Final Tea Dance
Tickets for the final League House
dance of the year to be held from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Lea-
gue, will go on sale to all coed leaguer
house residents from noon to 1 p.m.
today and tomorrow in the League
The number of tickets is limited
and they will be sold to the first com-
ers. Tickets will be sold tomorrowv
only if any remain and the dance is
open to women of all league house
Ed Morhous and his five piece band
from Ypsilanti will provide the music
for the afternoon dance. Morhous
has played for previous tea dances
and also for recent Willow Run
dances. A coke bar will be featured
for the enjoyment of the dancers.r
All campus men are invited to the
dance, and no admission fee will be
charged. Patrons will be house-
mothers of the zones.
Rosalyn Long, chairman, and Mar-
cie Dubinsky, assistant chairman, ex-
pressed their appreciation for the
cooperation received from league
house coeds in presenting the series
of dances. "We hope that every
woman living in a league house will
attend this final dance and contrib-
ute to its success," Miss Long added.
Nursing School1
Wil.l Give Tea
For 'U' Coeds
All women on campus who are in-
terested in nursing as a career are
invited to attend a tea given by the
faculty of the School of Nursing,1
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Mayt
21 at Couzens Hall.,
During the party, there will be1
planned tours of the educational di-
vision of the hospital and of the
student nurses' residence halls in
order to familiarize the guests with1
the general surroundings.
"The purpose of this tea," accordingr
to Miss Rhoda Reddig, director of the
School of Nursing and Nursing Ser-
vice at University Hospital, "is to
interest young women in the excellent
future of nursing. Many qualified
young women are still needed for pub-
lic health nursing, nursing education,
institutional and industrial nursing."
Miss Reddig also said, "We are
all interested in the achievement and
maintenance of good health in the
United States, as well as in every
other country. A career of nursing
offers women the opportunity of be-
ing the health workers both in this
country and abroad."
Fashion Versatility
Is Shown in Cobra
Cobra has sprung into fashion
news. This spring the leather is be-
ing handled in a fabric fashion, as is
seen in the numerous suits and dress-
es with cuffs and buttons of cobra.
'Gautnlets and umbrella covers are
also being featured, and if one de-
sires, a clever skullcap and handbag
set may be added to complete the
The favorite reptile shoes come in
many colors . . . lavender, light
green and yellow among the newest.

Annual Coe-Bd
Ball To Feature
Raymond Scott
Panhel - Assembly ball, entitled AM S
"Heavenly Daze," will be held from faeI
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 24, in face t
the Intramural building, featuring We
the music of Raymond Scott and his believ(
orchestra. heard
Corsages will be permitted at this about
third annual combined Panhellenic while
and Assembly ball, which is the only A gi
semi-formal woman-bid affair of the full of g
year. spect la
Tickets are now on sale in all just wh
women's residences and are $3 in-
cluding tax. A booth will be set up HE
in the League Monday where the gan
the remaining tickets will be sold., dampen
Stubs from the tickets, which are that be.
to be filled out with the buyer's namef
and address are used as a means of little
checking if the ticket is lost. The the ne
ticket committee, headed by Virginia are th
Olberding and Jean Engstrom, ad- anoth
vised all women purchasing tickets
to hand in their stubs to the seller. Nos
In line with the ethereal theme part of
of the dance, the 12 basketball to ther
baskets lining the dance floor will everyon
be covered with cheesecloth clouds ALL G
and mirrored stars. A huge, re- that
fleeting crescent moon will hang "Is that
from the vaulted ceiling, and a
large, mirrored shooting star with
smaler trailing stars are to cover Tu r l
thefa end of the ball room.
Entrances to the ball room will
be transformed into "Pearly Gates" Nume
and two "Nectar Bars", one immedi- by the
ately inside the vestibule and another versity1
on the main landing of the IM build- semi-for
ing, will serve gingerale. 8:30 p.
Women students attending the The o
dance will have 1:30 a.m. permis- ning are
sion, and Naval personnel have been one of t
granted 2 a.m. permission. awarded
Any house whose mirrors have not gowned
been collected are asked to bring Ions wil
them to the Game Room of the Lea- and one
gue today or tomorrow, according to Two j
Leslie McVey and Barbara Hitch- and five
cock, co-chairmen of the decoration as judg
committee. Accordir
Announcements of the winning awards
house in the recently ended mirror in taste
drive will be made during the inter- son to t
mission at Panhel-Assembly ball. In ad+

SHAKEN, I am shattered, I have been to Percy Jones hospital and
o face with the Horrors of War.
complacent civilians have no idea what those boys went through,
e me. The weather we have heard about, the woman we have
about, the K-rations we have heard about, but did you ever hear
the cap-and-tie relay or nose-to-nose? Hang on to your hats
I unfold my atrocity story.
roup of bright-eyed Michigan coeds arrived at Percy Jones recently,
good intentions and properly instructed ("Remember gentlemen re-
dies. It is up to you to make the advances." - I'm still wondering
en an advance stops being ladylike).
IETERANS seemed glad to see the women, even if they were Michi-
coeds. Gargoyle, please take note. However, they seemed a bit
ed when confronted by the entertainment provided by the powers
irst on the agenda was the cap-ani-tie relay. In this red-hot
number a woman ties a piece of lovely baby-blue ribbon around
ek of a veteran and puts a paper cup on his head. The ornaments
hen removed by the next woman in line, who transfers them to
er lucky veteran, and so on down the line.
c-to-nose is another thriller. The woman puts the outer, or sliding,
a matchbox on her nose and transfers it, without benefit of hands,
nose of a veteran. It is removed by another coed, and so on until
e's nose is sore.
3OOD CLEAN FUN, but, as one of the veterans, whose age, with
of most of the majority, I should estimate at about thirty, remarked,
what you kids learn in college?"
kish Society To Give Dance Friday

rous gifts will be presented
Turkish Society of the Uni-
to guests of "Turquoise," a
mal dance, to be held from
n. to midnight, Friday, in the
utstanding prizes of the eve-
e credits of $30 and $20 from
he local women's stores, to be
to the two most attractively
coeds. Also, two pairs of ny-
1 accompany the first choice
pair to the runner-up.
uries, consisting of five men
women, will be chosen to act
es in selecting the winners.
ng to the dance committee,
will disclose the differences
of the fairer sex in compari-
he masculine preferences.
dition, ten voice recordings

will be offered as door prizes and
enlarged photographs will be given
to each guest. Ed Woodworth and his
orchestra, a local organization, will
be featured at the affair.
Decorations for the dance will cent-
er around the color, turquoise, in
keeping with the name of the affair
and various aqua designs and figures
will line the walls. Weather permit-
ting, the terrace leading off the main
lounge of the WAB building, also,
will be decorated with Chinese lan-
terns. .Members of the committee
are Faruk Sabuncu, chairman, Turan
Muskara and Altimur Tanrioer.
Honored guests of the evening will
be Prof. and Mrs. Robert H. Sher-
lock and Dr. and Mrs. Esson M. Gale.
Tickets are available in the Union,
League and the International Center..

Sale of Tickets
For Lawyers'
Dance Continues
Tickets for the Crease Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the League Ballroom, are still
available, according to Peter Price,
general chairman of the dance.
Tickets may be purchased from
Allan Miller, Edward Dleake, and
from Price. As has always been the
custom, Crease Ball will be open
only to law students and their guests.
The committee in charge of the
affair has ruled that corsages will be
banned at the dance. Crease Ball
is traditionally presented annually
by senior law students.
Herbeck To Play
The 1946 Crease Ball will present
the music of Ray Herbeck and his
orchestra. Herbeck's orchestra, which
has been reorganized following the
discharge of its members from the
armedforces, features "music with
romance." The group, which 'is made
up of Herbeck's former college class-
mates at the University of Californ-
ia, plays sweet and swing music,
along with instrumental and vocal
Herbeck's orchestra has also been
heard in radio broadcasts over four
major networks. With his pre-war
group he made numerous appear-
ances on national network programs,
with Aerbeck"himself featured as
"Raw Review" Distributed
As a special feature, dancers will
be given copies of the 1946 edition
of the "Raw Review", traditionally
distributed at Crease Balls. The mag-
azine, containing jokes and cartoons,
is published as a takeoff on the
school's well-known "Law Review."
Price has announced that the dance
is to be a semi-formal affair. Women
attending Crease Ball will receive
late permission of 1:30 a.m.
Those serving on the dance com-
mittee include Richard Smith, Mil-
ton Solomon, peake, Jerry Brown
and Ned Glad.
The Michigan Dames Bridge Group
will meet at 8 p.m., today (Wednes-
day), at the home of Mrs. Alfred
Scheips, 1511 Washtenaw.





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