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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1946




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Billy MundyTo Ploy
Formal To Supplement 'Heavenly Daze';
Tickets Will Go On Sale Today in League

'U' Riding Clubs
To QiveAr utl
Horse Show

Union Formal
WiU Continue

New Senior Society Officers Announced

Shirley HansenMartha Cook, was
recently elected president of Senior
Society for the 1946-47 semester.
Other officers chosen by the 16-

member honor society for irldepend-
ent women were: Margery Harring.
ton, vice-president; Dawn Saari, sec-
retary; Bettyann Larsen, treasurer,
and Rose Derderian, marshal.

Downtown: 308 NORTH MANX

Billy Mundy and his Southerr
Gentlemen will play from 9 p.m. tc
1 am. today in the League Ballroom
for the "overflow" semi-formal dance
to be held in connection with Pan-
hel-Assembly Ball, which is being
presented at the same time today in
the I-M Building.
Mundy, a sax man, who will bring
his 12-piece orchestra and feminine
vocalist here for the dance, has play-
ed at several southern hotels and
colleges. The group made a musical
short in Hollywood before Mundy's
entrance into service.
Tickets for this dance, which is
to be as near like the real "Heav-
Qrop Awards
Will Highlight
Lantern Night
The award of the WAA participa-
tion cup and the Lantern Night sing-
ing cup will highlight the 1946 Lan-
tern Night, to be held at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in Hill Auditorium.
Coeds will form the line of march
for the traditional parade around
campus at 6:45 pm. at the center
diagonal. Senior women are to wear
caps and gowns, and juniors, sopho-
mores, and freshmen will wear yel-
low, red, and green bows, respective-
Senior Coeds To Lead
Leading the line will be five senior
women representing the five major
women's organizations, including
Nora MacLaughlin, retiring League
president, Barbara Osborne, WAA,
Carol Giordano, Judiciary council,
Helen Alpert, assembly, and Doris
Heidgen, Panhellenic.
The line will be formed five abreast,
with a single line of seniors in the
center flanked by two lines of under-
classmen on each side. The Ann Ar-
bor High School band will furnish
music for the march, and will ac-
company the sing.
After forming an "M" on the mall
near the League fonntain, the group
will sing the "Yellow and Blue" and
the "Star Spangled Banner," accom-
panied by the band. Bunny Hall, re-
tiring president of women's Glee
Club, will lead the singing.
Houses To Participate
Twenty-seven houses will be re-
presented in the song contest which
is to be held following the march in
Hill Auditorium. The singers will be
seated in groups on the main floor,
and students and others wishing to
attend the festivities will be ad-
mitted to the main floor and first
balcony of the auditorium.
The singing cup will be awarded
followingthe decision of the judges.
The Michigan Dames Clef Club
will meet at 3 p.m., tomorrow at
the Rackham Building.
The group will then proceed to
the Island for a picnic. Games
will be provided for the children.

enly Daze" ball as possible, will be
on sale after 9 a.m. today in the
Social Director's office in the Lea-
gue. They will be. .2.50 a couple
and corsages will be permitted for
both dances. No flowers will be
given out at the door of either
dance, contrary to implications of
such an arrangement present in
yesterday's Daily story on the
1 A complete sell-out of the original
1,350 tickets necessitated a new print-
ing of 150 more, but these were also
Tickets numbered 198, 1,264 and
379 for Panhel-Assembly ball, have
been lost, and will not be valid at
the door.
sold out completely during sales Wed-
nesday and yesterday.
Due to the large crowd attending
the dance, the central committee is
requesting men wearing top coats to
check them with the coats of their
Signs will also be posted to direct
passage ways, and prevent conges-
tion, and the committee urges
everyone to obey them for their
own benefit.
Those holding the new yellow tick-
ets for the I-M building dance, are
not to expect programs, they also
reported, for only enough programs
to cover the original number of tick-
ets will be available.
Late permission of 1:30 a.m. has
been granted to women students for
both dances, and Naval personnel
attending either dance will have 2
a.m. permission.
Contest Posters
For Senior Ball
Due Tomorrow
All students on campus may com-
pete in the Senior Ball poster con-
test, sponsored by the central commit-
tee of the event, and all entries must
be in between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30
p.m. tomorrow at the main desk of
the Union.
Two prizes of $5 gift certificates, to
be used in Ann Arbor, will be awarded
for the posters showing the greatest
originality and novel effect. Each
competitor may enter as many post-
ers as he desires, and all posters will
be used in pre-dance publicity.
The posters should measure ap-
proximately thirty by eighteen inches
and must carry the following in-
formation: Senior Ball; 10 to 2 Fri-
day, June 6; Intramural Building;
semi-formal; tickets $4 including tax.
The use of Louis Prima's name is
optional, but suggested.
No posters will be returned and
designers' names, addresses, and tele-
phone nurftbers should appear legibly
on the back of each entry. Further
information may be obtained by con-
tacting Jim Artley at 2-1147.
The WAA Golf Club will present
its Play Day from 2 to 5 p.m. today
at the University Golf Course.

Crop and Saddle, University Tickets for the Annual Spring For-
Women's Riding Club, and Boots and nml to be presented by the Union
Spurs, men's riding club, will present Exc uile Council from 9 p.m. to
the twenty-second annual University midnight tomiorrow in the Union
Horse Show at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Ballroom may still be purchased at
Golfside Stables. the main des 01 the Union.
All persons participating in the Bill LaiLton and his orchestra will
show must meet promptly at 12:30 furnish musi for the strictly formal
p.m. tomorrow at Barbour Gym to affair. An intermission program has
draw for horses. Transportation to been planned and refreshments iill
the stables will be provided for those be ser-,d. Elaborate decorations fol-
who need it. Everyone is asked to lowing a spring theme have been
bring his entrance fee which is fifty planned by 1hw committee. Dance
cents for each class entered. Anyone prcgrams, bearing the Union seal,
still wishing to enter the show should will be styled of rud suede. Corsages
sign up before noon today on the 1e" Pdto ill coeds attend-
lists posted in Barbour Gym and the ng Lhe formal alfair.
WAB. 1Ieading the x aious committees for
The horsemanship classes in the ithe dance are, George Spaulding, Eu-
show will include a class for each gene Sikorovsky, and Andy Poledor,
of the three clubs, a runoff class com- decorations; Henry Horldt, programs;
posed of the first three in each of the Milan Miskousky, tickets; Al Boyd,
club classes, an open horsemanship patrons; and Jerry Comer, publicity.
class, two University classes for be-
ginners and intermediates, a mixed
pair class, two children's classes, and ; J'ly iC Bal
a three gaited show class for people
owning their own horses. The pro-
gram will be interspersed with a five lO IXCV .CL
gaited exhibition, a fine harness ex-
hibition, and an egg race. Members of the M-Club and stu-
The Dr. James Bruce award of dents of the womren's and men's phy-
a crop and a pair of spurs will be sical education departnents will
presented to the Crop and Saddle !sponsor tle ° traditional Olym-
member whose riding has improved pic Ball, to be held from 8 p.m. to
the most during the year.it m inie e 2h T

B.11. Wr1agge
for s- ini ner

Positions Open
For Petitioning
The central committee for As-
sembly Recognition Night, an annual
event which will be held in the Fall,
will be selected from those inde-
pendent coeds who submit petitions
by Wednesday noon in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Positions open include the general
chairman, who must be a junior or
senior, assistant chairman, scholas-
tic honors chairman, patrons chair-
man, publicity chairman, assistant
publicity chairman, refreshments
chairman, tickets chairman, assistant
tickets chairman, programs chair-
man, decorations chairman and ac-
tivity honors chairman.
A list of duties for each office will
be posted in the Undergraduate Of-
fice. Each petition must include plans
for a theme for Recongition Night
and petitions may be obtained in the
Social Director's Office.
Petitioners should sign for an in-
terview when they turn in their peti-
tions. Interviewing will commence at
3 p.m. Wednesday in the Assembly

Charlie Bird and his complete
twelve piece orchestra from Mus-
kegon will furnish the music for
the dancers. Bird has a well known
band in that vicinity, and his fea-
tured vocalist was formerly with
Tommy Dorsey.
The dance is open to the entire
student body and will be semi-formal.
As the afair will be held on the eve
of Memorial Day, women will be
granted 1:30 a.m. late permission.
Lettermen will entertain the guests
during the evening by presenting
farcial imitations of the events that
took place originally in Greece. Irving
Boim and Jack Weisenberger will
run a Marathon race while holding
cigarette lighters. A violin and trom-
bone duet will be played by Bob
Nessbaumer andBob Harrison, ac-
companied by Boim.
The entertainment will be pre-
sented during the intermission
with Bob Ufer and Art DerDerian
as masters of ceremonies. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Harmon and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Ufer will be the special
guests of th^ evening.
In addition, Prof. and Mrs. Herbert
"Fritz" Crisler, Dean and Mrs. James
Edmonson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Doherty, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Fisher will be guests of honor.

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