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Dance Tickets
To Go On Sale
Today at Desk
Affair Will Feature Corsages,
Novel Programs for Guests;
Bill Layton To Provide Music
The Union Executive Council will
present its annual Spring Formal
from 9 p.m. to midnight, Saturday,
May 25, in the Union Ballroom.
Four hundred tickets will be
available and will go on sale today
at the Union Travel Desk. They will
be sold from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. to-
day, from noon to 1 p.m. and 4:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday, and
from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday. If
any tickets remain they will be sold
at a later date. The ticket sales
will be staggered so that the limit-
ed number may be fairly distribu-
ted. The tickets are priced at $2.00
per couple.
Bill Layton and his all-campus
orchestra will furnish music for the
dance which is to be strictly formal.
A program will be presented during
intermission and refreshments will
be served. Elaborate decorations fol-
lowing a spring theme have been
planned by the committee. Unique
programs styled of red suede will
bear the Union seal. Corsages will be
presented to all women attending
the formal affair.
Heading the various committees
for the dance are: George Spauld-
ing, Eugene Sikorovsky, and Andy
Poledor, decorations; Henry Horldt,
programs; Milan Miskousky, tick-
ets; Al Boyde, patrons; and Jerry
Comer, publicity.
The first Spring Formal presented
by the Union Executive Council was
held in 1943. A campus Hit Parade
was featured and the dance programs
were made of silver paper.
Coeds Invited
To Nurses Tea
A tea will be given by the faculty
of the School of Nursing from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday at Couzens Hall
for all women on campus who are in-
terested in nursing as a career.
During the party, there will be
'tours, conducted by student nurses,
of the educational division of the
hospital and of the residence halls.
In discussing the future possibili-
ties of the nursing profession, Miss
Rhoda Reddig, director of the School
of Nursing and Nursing Service at
University Hospital, said, "Many
qualified young women are still
needed for public health nursing,
nursing education, institutional and
industrial nursing here and abroad."

Lawyers Serve
To Dates for

Mock Warrants

Holiday Dance League Houses
Wil Be Given To Hold Dace

Crease

Ball Today

'Turquoise' To Be Given Today;
Novel Gif ts Will Be Awarded

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Lawyers yesterday had mock war-
rants served to their dates for Crease
Ball which will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the League Ball-
room.
Deputy Sheriff Walter Seyler made
the campus round, delivering the pa-
pers, beribboned and in legal lingo,
to the student women.
Ray Herback To Play
The semi-formal dance will feature
the music of Ray Herbeck and his
orchestra, with their "music with ro-
mance." Decorations for the annual
Farewell Ball
WiIBe Given
For Naval Unit
The final Navy Farewell Ball to be
presented by the Unit on campus will
be held Friday, May 31, in the Union
Ballroom.
The Ball will be given for all Navy
and Marine personnel and will be
their last social function on campus.
Today is the last day to purchase
tickets at the West Quad. Tickets are
priced at five dollars.
Members of the Unit and their
guests will dance to the music of
Jess Stacy and his fifteen-piece or-
chestra. Stacy's orchestra has pro-
mised the best in popular dance mu-
sic for the occasion. Sharing the
spotlight with Stacy, noted modern
piano stylist, will be his wife, Lee
Wiley, vocalist.
Stacy gained orchestra experience
with Benny Goodman, Bob Crosby
and Tommy Dorsey before deciding to
start his own band. Lee Wiley, voted
as outstanding vocalist by Esquire
Poll recently, shared a radio programf
with Paul Whiteman before joining3
S lacy's orchestra.l
The Grand March, honoring the
winning company of the competetive
drills, will be performed by the sen-
iors. During the senior ceremonies the
men will be awarded graduation hon-
ors by their guests for the ball. Af-
ter the ceremonies appropriate fare-r
well songs will be sung.

ball will center about a legal theme.
according to. Peter Price, committee
chairman for the dance.
Patrons Announced.
Patrons for the dance will be Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
Provost and Mrs. James P. Adams,
Vice-President and Mrs. Robert P.
Briggs, Vice-Presicient and Mrs. Mar-
vin Niehuss, Secretary and Mrs. Her-
bert G. Watkins, Dean Joseph A.
Bursley, Assistant Dean and Mrs. W.
B. Rae, Dean and Mrs. E. Blythe Sta-
son, Dean Emeritus and Mrs. Henry
M. Bates, Prof. Emeritus Joseph H.
Drake.
The list continues with Prof. and
Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, Prof. and Mrs.
Edson R. Sunderland, Prof. and Mrs.
Ralph W. Aigler, Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam W. Blume, Prof. Hobart R. Dur-
fee, Prof. and Mrs. Grover C. Cris-
more.
Other patrons are Prof. and Mrs.
Laylin K. James, Prof. and Mrs. Paul
G. Kauper, Prof. and Mrs. Burke
Shartel, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M.
Simes, Prof. and Mrs. Russell A.
Smith, Prof. and Mrs. John E. Tra-
cy, Prof. and Mrs. John B. Waite,
Prof. and Mrs. Hessel E. Ynetma.
The list concludes with Mr. and
Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping, Miss Ma-
bel Bailie, Miss Inez V. Bozarth, Mr.
and Mrs. George H. Frederick, Miss
Katherine C. Murray, and Miss Myra
Stoerck.
Students To Enter
BaIl Poster Contest
All students on campus, regardless
of college or class, are eligible to
enter the Senior Ball Poster Contest
sponsored by the central committee
of the event.
Contestants are given free rein
for originality; the only requirement
for the posters is that they carry the
following information : Senior Ball
will be held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Friday June 7, at the Intramural
Building. The dance is semi-formal
and tickets are $4 including tax.
Each contestant may enter as many
posters as he wishes, and all entries
will become the property of the Sen-
ior Ball committee. Posters will be
used for campus publicity and none
will be returned.
All posters must be submitted be-'
tween ,8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, May 25, at the main desk of
the Union, and judging will be done
by the dance committee. Two prizes
will be awarded for the two most
original and artistic posters, both
will be $5 gift certificates to be used
in the city.

Lough To Play Boogie-Woogie;
Sale of Tickets Will Continue
'Ihe second annual Memorial Day
Dance, which was originated last
year as pai of the V-E Day celebra-
tions, will be presented for all stu-
dents on campus by Alpha Phi Omega
fratrnity, from 9 p.m. to midnight1
Wednesday, May 29, at the Union
Ballroom.
Tommy Lough, popular boogie-
wn.gie pianist, will provide the inter-
mission entertainment at the dance.
Lough has performed at several all-
campus shows and is known for his
distinctive style. He was runner-up
in the state-wide contest conducted
recently by Frankie Carle at thel
Michigan Theatre in Detroit.
The music of Bill Layton and his
orchestra will be featured at the in-
formal affair. Novel decorations have
been planned.
Tickets are now on sale at the
Union and League, and will be sold
on the diagonal next week.
All women will have 12:30 a.m.
permission. Navy men will be granted
late permission also.
Newman Club,t
Hillel Will Hold
Annual Dances
Unusual intermission entertain-
ment and vivid spring garden decor-
ations will highlight the 1946 edition
of the annual Newman Club Spring
Formal from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
day in the Rainbow Room of the
Union.
Tickets for the gala event may still
be obtained at the main desk of the

The League hi u;. Tc Dance wXill
be presented from 2 ni. to 5 p.m.
tomorro%% in the League Ballroom.
.he dance is opeil to the women
residences of all ,_a,1e house zones
and to all men on campus.
John Packvr and Bob lrandou
will serve as masters of ce monies
throughout the aftenoon. A novelty
program has been planned, and the
dance will be chimaxed by a surprise,
Rosalyn Long,. general chairman,
revealed.
Ed Morhous and his five-piece band
will be featured at the affair. A coke
bar will be provided and several mixer
dances will be held.
All league house women are urged
to attend the dance. "This will be the
last in our series of League House
Dances, and we hope that every wo-
man will do her share to make it a
success," said Miss Long.

Turquoise, an all-camnpu s semi-
formJl dance, will 0e presented by
the Turkish Society of the University
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight today
in the WAB
ElWoodworthi and his orchestra,
a local organization, will furnish h111e
iusic for the affan.
In keeping with the name of the
dance, decorations will center
around the color, turquoise, and
various aaaa designs and fii ire

gifts to be presented will be credit
of $30 and $20, to be honored by one
of the local women's stores, to the
two most attractively dressed coeds.
Two juries, composed of five men
and five women, will e+mpete In
selecting the winners. The mern-
bers of the jury will be chosen dur-
ing the early part of the evening
by drawing the numbers of five
couples.

gcouples
""''""7N IMIUTwoLvoice recording machines will
will line the walls. The terrace T%,)voice recording machines will
leading off the main lounge of the e available during the dance, and
WAB building will also be decora- ten records will be offered as door
ted with Chinese lanterns, prizes. In addition, members of the
society will take pictures and prl-
Altinur Tanrioer, chairman of the sent enlarged copies to each guest.
affair, will act as master of ceremon- A few remaining tickets, priced at
ies in announcing winners of the $2.50 per couple, may be purchased
various prizes to be awarded during at the League, Union, or International
the evening. The most outstanding Center.

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annual semi-formal
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in the Leagi

Ticket Distribution
Additional tickets for Panhel-As-
sembly Ball, "Heavenly Daze," are
being distributed to houses daily from
5 to 5:30 p.m. in the League Lobby.
All outstanding tickets are to be
turned in' no later than Tuesday,
committee chairman, Jean Engstrom
and Virginia Olberding, announced.
Unsold tickets will go on sale at
a booth in the League beginning Mon-
day.

Ed Woodworth's orchestra, featur-
ing Muriel Miller, vocalist, will pro-
vide music for the dance, which is
being called "May Frolic". The dec-
orations will follow a spring theme.
Real flowers will be sold at the door,
the proceeds of which will go to the
Jewish National Fund.
Tickets for the all-campus dance
will be sold on the Diagonal today,
and at the Foundation, 730 Haven,
or by one of the committee mem-

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