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Panhel-fssembly
Ball Will Feature
Scott at IM Building
'Heavenly' Themes To Prevail at Formal;
Refreshments Will Be Served to Dancers;
Late Permission Granted to Coeds, Navy
Panhel - Assembly ball, "Heavenly - a will come to Ann Arbor fol-
Daze," will be held from 9 p.m. to lowing a stand at a Detroit ballroom.
1 a.m. Friday in the Intramural build- Following the "heavenly" theme
ing of the dance, the ballroom wall will,
Raymond Scott ad hi:; orchetAbe covered with mirrored stars, and
ndbirl <c.ott an is Iher, the 12 basketball baskets will be

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Positions Open
For Assembly

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nIc1U£1T ng e co~i Qume a
newly organized group, the Secret
One hundred fifty additional
tickets for Panhel-Assembly Ball,
"heavenly Daze," will be on sale
today and tomorrow at a booth in
the League.
Twenty-five will be sold at 1
p.m., 25 at 3 p.m. and 25 at 5 p.m.
today and the remaining 75 will
he distributed according to the
same procedure tomorrow.
Although those women who sign-
ed up for tickets in the League
have been notified about this new
printing, they have no preference
over anyone else who migh rwish
to purchase a ticket.
"It's first come, first served,"
Margaret Thompson and Collee
Ide, general co-chairmen of the
dance said. Identification cards
will be required in order to limit
the sale to University students.
Seven, will play for dancing. Dorothy
Collins is vocalist with the band.
had Own ,Program
Scott is the composer of such
novelties as "Twilight in Turkey,"
"Huckleberry Duck" and "Toy Trum-
pet," and had his own program over
a national hook-up before beginning
a nationwide dance tour. The or-

camC uflaged by cheesecloth clouds.|
A large shooting star with smaller
stars trailing it will comprise the dec-
orations for the tar end of the ball-
room and the well-known "Pearly
Gates" are to be entrances to thel
dance floor.
To Srve Refreshments
Two "Nectar Bars" in the main
lobby will serve refreshments, andl
arrangements to leave the building#
and return during intermission have
been made by the central committee.,
1:30 a.m. permission has been
granted to women students attend-
ing the dance, and Naval personnelr
will have 2 a.m. permission.
Horse Show
WillIBeGiven
* ..
Three Clubs To Hold Annualr
Exhibition Saturday at Golfside
Crop and Saddle, Universityv
Women's Riding Club, and Boots andt
Spurs, men's riding club, will spon-
sor the twenty-second annual Uni-
versity Horse Show at 2 p.m. Satur-
day at Golfside Stables.1
There will be eleven classes and
two gaited exhibitions in the show,
including a class for each of the
three clubs, a runoff class composed
of the first three in each of the clubd
classes, two children's classes, twoa
University classes for beginners anda
intermediates, an open horsemanshipc
class and a three gaited show class.f
Lists will be posted in Barbour Gym 1
and the WAB for those interested5
in entering to sign. There will be ae
fee of fifty cents for each class en- 1
tered and there is no limit to the
number of classes a person may en-h
ter. All those participating in the
show must meet at 1 p.m. Saturdayn
at Barbour Gym. Transportation will b
be provided for those needing it. s
Dr. H. R. Shipman of Ann Arbord
will judge the horemanship classes.

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Petitions for the central committee
of Assembly Recognition Night, an
annual event to be held in the fall,
are due at noon Wednesday, May 29,
in the Undergraduates Office of the
League at which time petitioners
should sign for an interview.
Positions open to independent
women include general chairman,
assistant chairmen, scholastic hon-
ors chairman, patrons chairman, pub-
licity chairman, assistant publicity
chairman, 1efreshments cihairman,
tickets chairman, assistant ticket
chairman, programs chairman, dec-
orations chairman and activity hon-,
ors chairman.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Social Director's office of the Lea-
gue, and suggestiorns for a theme
must be included in each petition.
A list of duties for each office will
be posted in the Undergraduate
Office and further information may
be obtained in the League Presi-
dent's Reports which are found in
the League Library and in the
Social Director's Office.
Only juniors and seniors may peti-
tion for the post of general chair-
man for the event which honors in-
dependent women who have been
outstanding in activities and scholar-
ship. Interviewing will commence at
3 p.m. Wednesday, May 29 and fur-
ther times for interviews will be an-
nounced by Jeanne Clare, Assembly
president. Further information con-
cerning Assembly Recognition Night
may be obtained from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday in the Assembly office.
The first Assembly Board meeting
will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
the Assembly Office in the League.
Play Day To Be Held
At University Course
By WAA Golf Club
Members of the WAA Golf Club
will participate in an all-club play
day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow
and Friday at the University Golf
course.
Several types of contests will be
featured, and a putting contest will
be held continuously from 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. both days. Prizes will be award-
ed to the winner of this event, and
to the club member who scores the
most improved game score for nine
holes.
According to Betsy Moore. golf
manager, there will be a "bingo-
bango-bungo" contest for each four-
some which plays during the play
day, and prizes will be awarded the
winner of each group.

Song Contest
Will Highlight
Lantern Night
Line of March Will Form
At Diagonal; Judging Based
On Standards Set by Faculty
by WAA, will be held Tuesday, in
Hill Auditorium, with groups from
30 wcmen 's residences participating
in the traditional singing contest.
The ceremonies will begin at 6:45
p.m. at the center diagonal when
coeds from campus houses will line
up for the Lantern Night march
across the campus.
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The group is scheduled to proceed to
the League by way of the Engineering
Arch and East University Ave. and
the singers will form a large 'M' near
the League fountain.
Following the singing of the "Yel-
low and Blue" and the "Star-Spang-
led Banner," the .pinging contest will
be held in Hill Auditorium. Three
faculty members who are leaders of
University singing groups will act as
judges for the songs.
Judges Announced
Miss Marguerite Hood, Prof. Har-
din Van Deursen, and Prof. David
Mattern will award honors to house
choral groups on the basis of inter-
pretation and artistic effect, intona-
tion, accuracy, rhythm, tone, dic-
tion, and presentation and appear-
ance.
A sing cup will be awarded to the
winning house, and in addition, a
participation cup will be presented to
the women's residence which has the
largest number of points.
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Informal Dance
Will Be Civen
Memorial Day
The second annual Memorial Day
Dance, which was originated last year
as part of the V-E Day celebrations,
will be presented for all students on
campus by Alpha Phi Omega fra-
ternity from 9 p.m. to midnight Wed-
nesday, May 29, at the Union Ball-
room.
The dance this year will represent
the results of a student poll designed
to discover the type of entertainment
that Michigan students prefer. It was
shown that students want more in-
formal dances with intermission en-
tertainment.
In keeping with this idea, the
affair will be informal featuring
the music of Bill Layton and his
orchestra. Tommy Lough, popular
boogie-woogie pianist, will provide
the intermission entertainment.
Lough has performed at several
all-campus shows and is known for
his distinctive style.
Tickets are now on sale at main
desks of the League and the Union
and will be sold on the diagonal this
week.
All women will have 12:30 a.m. per-
mission and Navy men will also be
granted late permission.

r HE PRESENTATION of the Navy
Farewell Ball for all naval and
marine personnel to be held Friday,
May 31, in the Union Ballroom, will
be highlighted by the music of Jess
Stacy and his orchestra.
The ball will be the climax of a
week long of farewell celebration and
will be presented as the final social
function of the Unit. Tickets are
now on sale at the West Quadrangle
and elaborate decorations carrying
out a farewell theme have been plan-
ned by the ball committee.
Immediately following intermission
the seniors and their guests will per-
form a grand march in honor of
the winning company of the com-
petitive drills. During the senior cere-
monies the men will be presented with
ensign bars, or if going on inactive
duty, with a U.S. Naval Reserve dis-
charge emblem, by their guests for
the ball.
STACY'S fifteen-piece band is well
known in the music world for its
swing and smooth arrangements and
promises a program of the best in
popular dance music. Stacy, winner
of Downbeat Poll as an outstanding
pianist, will be featured at the piano.,
Lee Wiley, who sang with Paul White-

ANCHORS AWEIGH:
Navy Farewell Ball, May 31,
To End Week of Celebration

man before joining Stacy, will supply
the vocals.
Stacy got his start in the music
world by playing with Benny Good-
man and subsequently played with
Bob Crosby and Tommy Dorsey be-
fore organizing his own band.
THE BATTALION parade and re-
view 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 com-
pany acquiring the greatest number
of points. One Marine and four
Navy companies will compete.
On Memorial Day students may in-
vite their parents or their dates to a
buffet supper to be given in the West
Quad. Following the supper a short
variety show will be presented by
various members of the Unit in one of
the mess halLs of the Quad. The
open house at North Hall originally
scheduled for May 30, has been post-
poned until a few days before com-
mencement.
All members of Wyvern will meet
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office of the League. The
meeting is compulsory.

Poster

Contest

Ends Saturday
Contestants in the Senior Ball pos-
ter contest may submit as many en-
tries as they wish and all posters
must be turned in between 8:30 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the main
desk of the Union.
Two prizes of $5 gift certificates to
be used in Ann Arbor will be awarded
to the two most original and effec-
tive posters. Completed layouts should
measure approximately thirty by
eighteen inches and must carry the
following information: Senior Ball;
10 to 2, Friday, June 6; Intramural
Building; semi-formal; tickets, $4
including tax.
Any student on campus is eligible
to enter the competition. Judging will
be handled by the dance committee,
which reserved the right to use all
posters submitted for publicity pur-
poses. The name, address and tele-
phone number of each designer
should appear legibly on the back
of each poster. Additional informa-
tion may be obtained by contacting
Jim Artley at 2-1147.

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