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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ale of 'High Tide' Tickets
)pen to I ndependents Today

Buyers Need
Assembly Cards
Tickets for Assembly Ball. to be
presented from 9p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, March 7, in the Intra-
mural Building, will be restricted
to independent women for the
last time today.
Beginning Monday, sales will be
open to all coeds on campus, until
the limited supply of tickets is
sold. According to Shirley Loeb-
lich, publicity chairman, women

Show To Present
Easter Fashions

may purchase tickets from presi-
dents of dormitories, or at 'a booth
which will be set up from 3 to 5
p.m. today in the League.
Boutonnieres To Be Sold
It will be necessary to present
Assembly Membership Cards at
the time of purchase; and stubs
may be bought at the same time
which will entitle holders to bou-
tonnieres for their escorts at the
dance.
Members of Senior Society, hon-
orary group for independent se-
nior women, will distribute the
flowers at the beginning of the
evening.
Tucker To Play
Music for the semi-formal affair
will be provided by Tommy Tucker
and his orchestra, featuring Don
Brown, baritone, and Kerwin Som-
erville, novelty singer. Introduced
throughout the country by the
familiar phrase, "It's Tommy
Tucker Time," the band plans to
present its new and complete li-
brary of arrangements, including
music both sweet and swing.
The theme of the dance, "High
Tide," will be carried out in deco-
rations, consisting of fish netting
and fish caricatures, as well as in
entertainment. Highlight of the
evening will be the crowning of
a "King Neptune," who will be
chosen from ticket stubs. during
intermission.

The "Easter Parade", a style
show given by a local department
store, will be presented at 8:30
p.m. Wednesday, March 5, at the
University Community Building
at Willow Run.
The affair, sponsored by the
University of Michigan Student
Veterans' Wives Club, will be open
to the public without charge.
Models will be wives of student
veterans at Willow Village, and
will wear beach and casual
clothes, spring suitsand dress
coats, and evening dresses.
Mrs. Thomas V. Jardine and
Mrs. Franklin yL Powers will be
chairmen of the style show.

League Plans
All-Campus
Mixer Dance
All independent women on
campus, whether living in dorms,
league houses or private homes,
may attend the league dance to
be held from 2 to 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the League ballroom.
Tickets will be on sale from 10
a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m.
today in the League lobby. They
will also be on sale at the ball-
room door tomorrow.
This is the third in a series
of Saturday afternoon mixers
sponsored by league house women
and formerly called league house
dances. They will be held every
two weeks in the future. All men
on campus are invited to attend
the dances as guests of the coeds.
Refreshments will be served and
card tables will'be set up for those
who wish to play. Popular rec-
ords will supply the music for
dancing. Several cut-in dances
have been planned. Women are
urged to dress informally.
According to Blanche Berger,
chairman of the league dances,
"All independent women are urg-
ed to come to this affair to dance,
spend a pleasant afternoon andl
meet other students."
Members of the mechanical
engineering department will be
guests at the Union student-fac-
ulty tea to be held at 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday, March 5 in the Union
Terrace Room.
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

Dali Decorations
To Be Featured
At Casbah Today
Surrealistic decorations, includ-
ing colorful wall panels and a
IDali-designed clodk, will continue
to startle patrons at the Campus
Casbah this week end.
The night club will be open
from 9 p.m. to midnight both to-
day and tomorrow in the League
Ballroom. Al Townsend and his
orchestra, featuring Lois Roberts
as vocalist and Cliff Hoff on the
tenor sax, will provide music for
the dancers.
The entertainment will head-
line the performance of Tom
Lough, boogie-woogie stylist, who
has been a feature of previous
Casbah and Union dance pro-
grams. Al Townsend and his or-
chestra will also play their new
arrangement of "Solitude," star-
ring the Symphonaires.
Dancers will be served refresh-
ments at the League coke grill.
Tickets for the all-campus night
club are on sale at the main desk
in the League.
Any student wishing to try out
for the Casbah floorshow should
call Penny Klausner at 2-5587.
Singing, dancing, or comedy per-
formers are especially needed.
Club To Organize
The WAA Basketball Club will
hold an organizational meeting 4
p.m. today in Barbour Gymnas-
ium.
Tryouts will be held and women
will be assigned to teams accord-
ing to their experience and skill.
Two or three teams of skilled
players will be selected to play
exhibition games w i t h other
schools.

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SPRING FORECAST - The
model wears a royal blue suit
dress with a short fitted bo-
lero jacket, printed blouse,
and fitted skirt.
JGP"NOT"ES
The dancing chorus of JG Play
will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
League. The meeting is very im-
portant and all members of the
chorus must attend, according to
Nancy Neumann, dance chairman.
Any student interested in play-
ing in an orchestra for JG Play
should contact Doris Miller by put-
ting a note in her box in the Un-
dergraduate Office in the League.
These students may be men or
women and do not necessarily have
to be juniors.
Junior coeds interested in copy-
ing music for JG Play may sign up
in the Undergraduate Office in the
League.
The rehearsal schedule for JG
Play next week will be as follows
Monday: Prologue, 7 to 8:30
p.m.; Act I, scene 1, 8:30 to 10
p.m.
. Tuesday: Act I, scene 2, .7to 8:30
p.m.; Act II, scene 1, 8:30 to 10
p.m.
Wednesday: Act II, scene 2, 7
to 8:30 p.m.; Act II, scene 3, 8:30
to 10 p.m.
Thursday: Act III, scene 1, 7 to
8:30 p.m.; Act III, scene 2, 8:30 to
10 p.m.
The rehearsals will be held in
the League and the room will be
posted on the bulletin board at
the main desk.
The costume committee needs
men's and women's costumes, vin-
tage 1880to 1930, especially hats,
dresses, trousers, bathing suits and
raccoon coats. Anyone having cos-
tumes which they can lend to the
committee are urged to call Audrey
Burnard at 2-4471.

THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH Presents
Play Production in conjunctibn with the School of Music
and the University Orchestra in
"TH E MARRIAGE OF FIGARO"
Mozart's Noted Comic Opera (In English)
MARCH 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 -- 8:30 P.M.
Tickets .20 - 90c - 60c (tax inc.)
Box Office Opens March 7 - Mail Orders Now
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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By M.J. TU LE
Couzens Hall, for many years
the residence of student nurses,
has this year become the home
of 30 women students from all
colleges in the University.
These 30 students are living in
rooms scattered through the.
dormitory to enable them to be-
come better acquainted with the
235 nurses there. The nursing
students have their meals at the
University Hospital cafeteria,
while the non-nursing residents
eat at Mosher-Jordan.
In all other dormitory activi-
ties, both nurses and non-nurs-
ing students participate equal-
ly. Both groups take part in
the Couzens Hall choral club,
athletic activities, and hold of-
fices in the student government
organization.
The dormitory has a regular
schedule of social activities, in-
cluding bi-weekly teas and week-
ly snack parties which are de-
signed to help the residents be-
come better acquainted. A tea
the first week of school served to
introduce formally all the new
students in the house. In addi-
tion, dances are held there on an
average of one every two weeks.
Troth Revealed
The engagement of Miss Jeanne
Mueller to Mr. Allen Schall, son of
Mrs. Rita Schall of Saginaw has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nicholas of
Park Ridge, Ill. Miss Mueller is a
member of Alpha Gamma Delta
sorority and Mr. Schall is affilia-
ted with Delta Sigma Pi fraternity.

The recreational facilities of
the dormitory provide places
where the residents may become
acquainted in informal social
gatherings. In addition to the
library, reading room, and liv-
ing room, there is a recreation
room where students may play
cards, read, and listen to the
radio. The women may enter-
tain guests in the game room,
and there is a kitchenette
where they may cook meals or
snacks for their dates.
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MONTH-END

According to Miss Lucil
rence, Social Director, nur
cause of their irregular
have little time for many
curricular activities, and
other students in the do
gives them a closer contE
campus activities. It al
the other students an o;
ity to gain an insight i
lives of nurses.
The experiment, which
itiated because of the
shortage, is working ve:
Miss Lawrence said.
COLLEGE
A School of Business-Profe
College Men and Wome
4 MONTH
INTENSIVE COIJ
SECRETARIAL TRAINING FOR C
STUDENTS AND GRADUA
A :horouph, intensive course-
June, October, February. B
letin A on request
SPECIAL COUNSELOR for G.I. TR
Regular Day and Evening Sc
Throughout the Year. Catal
President, John Robert Gregg. S.i
Director, Paul M. Pair, X.A.
THE GREGG COLI
Dept. NW, 6 N. Michigan Ave., Ch.

College Shop

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HILL AUDITORIUM.
Tuesday, March 4, 8:00 P.M.
Tickets$1.20 (tax inc.)
On Sale:
Union, League, Record Stores

DANCE FRIDAY
METROPOLITAN CLUB PRESENTS
MACK FERGUSON
and his Orchestra
" AT THE ARMORY."
FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE
ADMISSION 75c
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free booklet: "WARDROBE TRICKS". Write Judy Band, Inc., Dept. G,1375 B'way, N. Y. 18

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Formerly 10.95 to 13.95. Classic pullovers
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wool shetland yarns. Excellent color choice:
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Wool jerseys, rayons, cottons. Long- and
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CLEARANCE SALE
Women's Casuals and Sport Ox-
fords. Suedes and Calfskins.
Many Styles and Colors.
Sale Ends March 5..

Table of Gifts
29c to 2.98

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Included are boxes of stationery, novelty
paper napkins, figurines, waste paper baskets.

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Greatly Reduced
4 Walnut Tables; 11.98 each ... Enid and lamp
styles, decorative with inlaid wood types.
2 Modern Frosted Glass Coffee Tables;
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1 Boudoir Chair; 22.98 . . . Cotton twill floral
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