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THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946 3

I-H-E MICHIGAN DAILY

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Band Will Play
At Final Dance
Men To Receive Ensign Bars,
Discharges at Intermission;
Coeds Given Late Permission
The Navy Farewell Ball, final socia:
event scheduled for the Naval Unit
on campus, will be presented from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., tomorrow in thc
Rainbow Room of the Union.
Jess Stacv and his fifteen-piece
orchestra will play for the Fare-
well Ball. Stacy's band is known
in the music world for his swing
and smooth dance arrangements.
Sharing the spotlight as featured
entertainers will be Stacy, modern
piano stylist, and Lee Wiley, fea-
tured vocalist.
All University women attending
the ball have been granted 1:30 a.m.
permission by the Office of the Dean
of Women.
The decorations committee, headed
by Dominic D'Onofrio and Ray
Knight, has planned elaborate dec-
orations for the affair. The decora-
tions will follow a farewell theme and
will be kept a secret until the dance.
A sweetheart arch will be formed
duringwthe intermission for the sen-
ior ceremonies and each man will
receive either ensign bars or, if go-
ing on inactive duty, a Naval Reserve
discharge emblem from his guest
for the ball. The Grand March led
by the seniors and guests will also be
performed.
Patrons for the Farewell Ball
include Governor and Mrs. Har-
ry F. Kelly, President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Vice-Presi-
dent and Mrs. James P. Adams,
Vice-President and Mrs. Robert P.
Briggs, Vice-President and Mrs.
Marvin L. Niehuss, Secretary and
Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins, Regent
Vera B. Baits and Dr. S. G. Baits,
Regent and Mrs. R. Spencer Bish-
op, Regent and Mrs. Alfred B. Con-
nable, Jr., Regent and Mrs. Oho
E. EcKert, Regent and Mrs.-Ralph
A. Hayward, Regent and Mrs. J.
Joseph Herbert, Regent and Mrs.
Charles S. Kennedy and Regent
and Mrs. Harry G. Kipke.
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CROWN JEWEL REPLICAS-(left to right) Janice Cioffi and Estelle Crane, both of New York City, and Irene
Manning, actress, admire replicas of the British crown j; wels on dispji y at the flartnell galleries in New
Yerk City. They were brought to America from Englan d by Nornan Hartnell, who is dressmaker for Queen
Elizabeth.

Klaas Kuiper Will Play Saturday
For Veterans' Wives Club Dance

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The Veterans' Wives Club Dance, to
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday in the League Ballroom, will
feature the music of Klaas Kuiper
and his band.
Mrs. John Rickerson, president of
the club, has announced that ticket
sales are open to all veterans on cam-
pus, and that tickets may be purchas-
ed at the desks of the League and
Union tomorrow.
Specialty Numbers
Additional entertainment for the
evening will include several specialty
numbers to be presented at the 10:30
p.m. floor show. Sarama Brown will
Mrs. Hayward Keniston, Dean and
Mrs. Ivan C. Crawford, Dean and
Mrs. Albert Furstenberg, Dean and
Mrs. Edwin B. Stasin, Dean and Mrs.
R. W. Bunting, Dean and Mrs. Wells
I. Bennett, Dean and Mrs. James B.
Edmondson, Dean and Mrs. R. A.
Stevenson, Dean and Mrs. Samuel
T. Dana, Dean and Mrs. Henry F.
Vaughan, Dean Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Associate Dean
and Mrs. Eric A. Walter, Associate
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rae, As-
sociate Dean Charles T. Olmstead,
Assistant Dean and Mrs. W. J. Em-
mons, Captain W. V. Michaux, Com-
mander and Mrs. Norman C. Gillette,
Jr. and Commander R. Cutherbert-
son.
The Open House at North Hall
originally planned for today has been
postponed until June 21. The buffet
supper which was also scheduled for
today will follow the open house.
Houses Will Hold
Social Activities
Over Week End
The house events calendar is filled
with social appointments for the
coming week-end.
Delta Gamma and Zeta Psi will
hold dances from 9 p.m. to midnight.
tomorrow; also at this time, mem-
bers of Phi Sigma Delta will launch
their annual spring week-end with
a formal dance, to be followed on
Saturday by a picnic and informal
dance.
On Saturdav dances will be held by
Phi Delta Thet, Phi Gamma Delta.
Clii Psi, and Delta Kappa Epsilon
from 9 p.m. to midnight. Delta Upsi-
lon will present a dinner-dance and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will give a lawn
party from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday, and Pi Lambda Phi has plan-
ned a picnic to be followed by an
informal dance on that date.

play boogie-woogie music on a harp
as a part of the show.
Also featured will be Marian Deane,
vocalist, and Mrs. Ray Wilson, who is
scheduled to present several accor-
dian selections.tThe entertainers are
all students in the University.
Howard Leibee of the Men's Phy-
sical Education Department will lead
several mixer dances at the affair.
The dance is informal, according to
Mrs. Rickerson.
New Organization
The Committee for the dance is
headed by Mrs. Kenneth Marshall
of the Veterans' Wives Club, a new
organization on campus this year.
The club has as its function the pre-
sentation of suitable entertainment
for wives of veterans attending the
University, and for married couples
enrolled in the various schools.
The number of tickets for the dance
has been limited to 300 by the com-
mittee, and tickets may be purchased
from husbands of club members as
well as at the League and Union.
Officers Elected
By Dormitories
Officers for Betsy Barbour House
for 1946-47 are Betty Lou Bidwell,
president, Ann Leverenz, vice-presi-
dent, Frances Bull, treasurer, Bar-
bara Holland, secretary, Dorothy
Edgar, social chairman, and Betty
Hahneman, activities chairman.
* * *
The newly elected officers for Helen
Newberry Residence for the year
1946-47 are as follows: Janice Stuck,
president; Phia Jardine, vice-presi-
dent; Carol Huggins, secretary;
Marge Van Eenam, treasurer; Marvel
Rathbun, social chairman; Phyllis
Merritt, athletic chairman; Patricia
Merritt, music chairman; Lois Alli-
son, librarian; and Shirley Richard-
son, decorations chairman.
Interviews for. Assembly Rec-
ognition Night positions will be held
from 4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. tomorrow
and from 9 a.m. until noon Satur-
day in the Assembly Office in the
League.
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'Now Purchase
Tickets for Ball
Sales Will Open to All Students
Next Week in League, Union;
Dance To Feature Louis Prima
Seniors who have not yet pur-
chased tickets for Senior Ball may}
still procure tickets from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. tcmorrow at the Union,
League, and on the Diagonal.
Ticket sales will be opened to the
entire campus, regardless of class,
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday at the Union, League,
and on the Diagonal. Identification
cards must be presented for the pur-
chase of all tickets.
Prima To Play
Louis Prima, the raspy voiced
showman, will be on hand with his
orchestra to furnish music for the
dancers and more than a few laughs
at his own antics. Lilyann Carol,
of "I Wanna Get Married" fame,
will hold the vocal spotlight.
Refreshments will be served in the
gala nightclub under the stars, at
Ferry Field. Plans are being made to
procure the huge outdoor dance-
floor, formerly used at Palmer Field,
to help relieve the congestion of the
main dance floor.
"We came, we saw, we conquered"
is the theme chosen to represent the
seniors four years of accomplish-
ment, and decorations will follow the
dominant motif. Programs will be
in the form of military discharge pa-
pers.
Ball To Be Semi-Formal
Although the dance is semi-for-
mal, uiien who own formal attire are
u-ged to wear it. "Because the ball
is such a big event, we hope that men
who can will wear tux. We just
didn't want to have anyone left out,"
said Dick Ford, co-chairman of the
affair.
Women have been granted 2:30
a.m. permission for Senior Ball. Ad-
hering to the custom established
within recent years, no corsages will
be worn to the dance.
Students May Still
Sign Up For Tutors
Tomorrow is the last day for stu-
dents who wish to be tutored to sign
up, according to Judy Rado, chair-
man of Merit-Tutorial Committee.
Students who are interested should
fill out a slip immediately in the
Merit-Tutorial box in the Under-
graduate Office of the League. They
will be given the names of two tu-
tors whom they may contact.
Tutors are available in almost
every course except a few of the more
advanced ones, and if absolutely
necessary they will be found for these
courses. Tutors are paid 75 cents an
hour.

Judiciary Posts
Open to Coeds
Coeds of junior and senior stind-
ing may petition for three member-
ships on summer Judiciary Council,
according to Jean Louise Hole, Ju-
diciary chairman.
One senior position and two ,iun-
ior posts are open, and petitions are
due at noon Monday in the Judiciary
petition box in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
The duty of the summer council
will be to enforce house rules and
try cases of violations. According
to Miss Hole, a thorough knowledge
of house rules is required for appli-
cants for the posts.
The summer council will function
throughout the summer session at
the University, and Miss Hole urged
all upperclass women who will be an
campus this summer to submit peti-
tions.
Senior Honorary

Societies

Announce

1946-47 Officers
Mortarboard, senior honoary soci-
ety, recently elected officers for the
coming year.
Betty Lou Bidwell is the new presi-
dent, Eleanor Stewart, vice-presi-
dent; Jo Simpson, secretary; Ann
Robinson, treasurer; and Ann Kutz,
historian.
The newly elected officers of Scroll,
senior honorary society for affiliated
women, are Ann Lippincott, presi-
dent; Joan Schlee, vice-president;
Signe Hegge, secretary; and Barb
Dewey, treasurer.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Maguire of
Lansing recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Natalie,
to Robert Zoeller. son of Mrs. Doro-
thy Zoeller of Milwaukee, Wis.
Miss Maguire is a senior in the
literary college and is affiliated with
Chi Omega sorority. Mr. Zoeller
graduated from the engineering col-
lege in February. He was a member
of Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wetmore of
Detroit announced the marriage of
their daughter, Eleanor June, to A.
Carl Conant, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Conant, Sr., of Long Beach,
Calif,
The couple was married Feb. 23 in
the Bushnell Congregational Church
in Detroit.
Mrs. Conant graduated from the
architecture college in February and
was affiliated with Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority. Mr. Conant is a
sophomore in the engineering col-
lege.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. George Rosenquist of
Rochester recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Jean,
to Paul Gibbons, son of Mrs. Mar-
garet Gibbons of Reno, Nev.
Miss Rosenquist is a senior in the
literary college. Mr. Gibbons is a
.iunior in the dental college and is
affiliated with Delta Sigma Delta.

We should hike you to neet
Miss Iorothy Grosi
who will be in our store Friday, May 31, and
Saturday, June 1, to acquaint you with the
many marvelous Lelong products. Do come
in and meet her.
J COLS4rI>

Women's Glec
Club Will Qive
Spring Concert
The Women's Gle Club under the
direction of Miss Marguerite Hood
will present its annual spring con-
cert at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 6,
in Hill Auditorium.
The first half of the program
will be given over to a group of
short formal selections. Included
will be a number accompanied by
two harps and two horns. Soloists
will be Lennis Britton and Rose
Derderian. Jean Thalner and Suz-
anne Smith will offer a duct.
The second half of the concert will
be an informal "Latin American Fi-
esta." The Women's Glee Club will
be assisted by the Navy Choir, under
the direction of Howard Farrar, re-
inforced by other men singers on
campus. Abgroup of Latin American
songs will be sung by the two groups
seperately and then together, ac-
companied by Latin American in-
struments.
Suzanne Smith will be the solo-
ist with one of the numbers, and
a trio made up of Rose Derderian,
Lennis Britton, and Jean Thalner
will sing. A rhumba routine will al-
so be featured. Beverly Solorow will
be the accompanist for the con-
cert.
The newly elected officers of the
Women's Glee Club are Barbara
Everett, president; Dorothy Beatty,
vice-president; Lois Patsloff, busi-
ness manager; Ruthann Perry, sec-
retary; Libby Gauthier, librarian;
and Doris Johnson, publicity.

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