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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'orty-Niner

Ball Will

Feature

Chester

Sophomores Will Hold;

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Assembly Opens
Bal Ticket Sales

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Bob Chester and his orchestra ?

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Mass Meeting Tomorrow
To Explain CoedPetitioning

To All Women

have been chosen to play for the
"Forty-Niner Ball" to be present-
ed from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 14, in the Union Ballroom,.
Chester organized his own band
six years ago, after being the fea-
tured tenor sax player with a
number of other orchestras. The
band toured the country, playing
hotel engagements, and appeared
on several radio programs, includ-
ing the "Spotlight Band" and
"Fitch Bandwagon" shows.
Band Made Movies
In Hollywood the orchestra
made several shorts, and a movie
was scheduled with the leader in
an acting role. The band blends
an assortment, of rhythnis and
novelties to suit everyone's tastes,
and, according to Billboard Mag-
azine, "Its danceability quotient
is 100 Per cent."
The "Forty-Niner Ball" is a re-
vival of the Soph Prom which was
presented annually during the
war. Sophomores may buy tickets
Club Will Meet
The WAA Badminton club will
meet 7:15 p.m. today in Water-
man Gymnasium.
Membership is still open and all
interested women are invited to
join. Instruction will be offered
to those desiring it, and the lad-
der tournament will be continued.
Badminton rackets will be pro-
vided for the members, but women
should bring their own birds.

from 1 to 5 p.m. every day be-
ginning today at the Union, Lea-
gue, and in University Hall.
Sale of any remaining tickets
will be opened to all classes be-

Tickets for "High Tide," the an-
nual Assembly Ball, to be pre-
sented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day in the Intramural Building,
will be available to all women on
campus, from 3 to 5 p.m. today;
and tomorrow in the League.
Music for the affair will be pro-
vided by Tommy Tucker and his
orchestra. <According to Betty
Spillman, general chairman, the
dance will be semi-formal, and
corsages will be permitted. Wom-
en, in turn, will have an oppor-
tunity to purchase boutonnieres
for their dates from members of
Senior Society, who will be selling
them at the Bill.
The underwater theme of the
dance will predominate in the dec-
orations, and highlight of the eve-
ning will be the selection of a
"King Neptune." The "King" will
be chosen from numbers on ticket
stubs before intermission, when
the official "coronation" will take
place. The "King's" date will re-
ceive a special gift.
Registration Opens
Registration for the Intermedi-
ate section of the League Dancing
Classes will be held from 7 p.m. to
8 p.m. today in the League Ball-
room.
These classes will be taught by
John Guin with coed assistant
teachers. The courses will extend
for an eight week semester.

All coeds interested in petition-
ing for positions in League, As-
sembly, WAA, and Panhellenic
activities for next year are urged
to attend the mass meeting to
be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
At the meeting the duties and
functions of the various posts will
be explained by the entire League
Council, WAA, Assembly, and Pan-
hellenic Boards. They will also
describe the general system of
petitioning and interviewing.
There are many sophomore,
junior, and senior positions open
for spring interviewing, but
sophomore petitioning will be
conducted first. Present second
semester freshmen or first se-
mester sophomores are eligible,
and their petitions are due at
noon, Monday. Interviewing will
be held Tuesday to Friday,
March 21.
Among the positions open on
the Soph Cabaret Central Com-
mittee are chairman, assistant
chairman, secretary, assistant sec-
retary, publicity chairman and two
assistants, ticket chairman and
assistant, floorshow chairman and
assistant, script chairman, and
dance chairman.
There are five sophomore pos-
tions open as Judiciary Council
aides. Captains in charge of
hostesses for League dancing
classes are also needed, and
there are two sophomore open-

ings on the League Interviewing
Committee.
Coeds petitioning must bring
their eligibility cards signedrby
the Merit-Tutorial Committee with
them at the time of their inter-
view. The duties of the various
posts will be posted on the bulletin
board in the Undergraduate Office
of the League along with the
names and telephone numbers of
former chairmen. Additional in-
formation may be found in the
President's Report in the League
Library.
Bonisteel Weds
The recent marriage of Miss1
Nancy Ann Bonisteel, daughter of
Regent and Mrs. Roscoe 0. Bonis-
teel of Ann Arbor, to Mr. Harry
Calcutt, son of Mrs. Harvey B.
Larsen of Traverse City, has been
announced.
Mrs. Calcutt is a graduate of
the University where she was af-
filiated with the Delta Gamma
sorority. Mr. Calcutt attended
Amherst College, the University
of Michigan, and Oxforl Univer-
sity in England. He was gradu-
ated from the University law
school in January, and belongs to
the Psi Epsilon and Phi Delta Phi
fraternities.
Mr. and Mrs. Calcutt will live
in Traverse City, where he is prac-
ticing law wtih Robert Murchie.

AVC To Hold
Weekly Record
Hop in League
The American Veterans com-
mittee will sponsor another one of
their weekly record hops from 2
to 5 p.m. today in the League
Ballroom.
The dances will be arranged in
sets of three and every other dance
will be a no-cut. All women on
campus are urged to attend the
mixer as guests of the veterans.
The survey begun last week to
determine the favorite bands and
vocalists of students on campus
will continue this week, and ballot
boxes will be placed at the door
of the ballroom in which students
may cast their votes.
According to Bob Schneiderman,
publicity chairman, "These affairs
which are held every Wednesday
afternoon, provide an informal at-
mosphere where all students may
meet to dance and become ac-
quainted with others on campus."
In addressing a card always
prefix a title to the name of a
person. Even a small child should
be addressed as either "Master"
or "Miss" on an envelope.

Wives of Student Veterar
Will Model Easter Fashiot

Show Will Be
At Willow Run

With an emphasis on Eastern
fashions, a style show sponsored
by the Wives of Student Veterans'
Group will be given at 8:30 p.m.
today at the University Commun-
ity Center in Willow Run Voillage.
A wide variety of selections,
ranging from bathing suits to for-
mals. will be modeled by the wives
of student veterans. The models
include Mrs. Earnest Crane, Mrs.
David Buell, Pauline Campbell,
Mrs. Joel Brown.
Mrs. Alvin Anderson, Mrs.
Neal Hundt, Mrs. John Powers,
Mrs. Franklin Powers, Mrs.
Gordon Metzorg, Mrs. Graham
St. John, Mrs. Fred Clausen,
Mrs. Joseph Keck.
Entertainment during inter-
missions will include piano selec-
tions by Arnold Ruby and Mrs.
Russel Baker and a solo by Mrs.
David Buell. Mr. Ruby, a former
student at the Toronto Conserva-
tory of Music, will play "Fantasie
Impromptu" and the "Minute
Waltz" by Chopin.

Mrs. Baker, who is at"c
the School of Music, will
"Sonatie" by Ravel. Accom]
ied by Mrs. George Grang
Mrs. Buell, who has previc
sung in light opera, will
"Cloths of Heaven" by Du
The fashion show is unde
chairmanship of Mrs. Thomw
dine, who has modeled profe
ally on the Pacific Coust.

Tea To Be

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The second Ruthven tea of
semester will be held froxi 4
p.m. today at the Ruthven 11
All students are invited. Sp
guests will include resident
Chicago House, Fletcher Hall
second floor of Stockwell
and several coeds from Le
Houses.
Any students interested
taking part in the Campus C
bah floorshow as singers, d
cers, comedians, or musie
should contact Penny Kla
ner at 2-5587.

BOB CHESTER . . .

ginning Monday. Ticket sales will
be limited to comfortable dancing
capacity, according to Al Sand-
mann, ticket chairman.
Decorations will follow a gold
rush theme, and the color scheme
will be gold and Chinese red.
Programs will be distributed to all
women at the dance. No corsages
will be worn at Soph Prom except
by members of the central com-
mittee and their guests. Women
students have been granted 1:30
a.m. permission for the evening.

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ARE YOU A VETERAN
WITH A PROBLEM?
You can get help with anything
from stubborn personal troubles
to your benefit claims!
The Red Cross helped more than
1,100,000 veterans last year, through
home service workers in chapters.

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WILL YOUR CHILD GO
SWIMMING THIS SUMMER?
The Red Cross may save her life!
Throughout the nation, the Red Cross gives
training in swimming and water safety.
The drowning rate in the U. S. has been
cut in half since this program was begun.

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Every one had a serious disaster
last year!
Your Red Cross saves lives, supplies
emergency food and modicine, even
restores homes according to need.

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WILL YOU BE IN AN
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There are 12,000 Red Cross
highway first-aid stations and
mobile units operating in your
interest.

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HAVE YOU A BOY (OR GIRL)
IN 'THE ARMED FORCES?
Today-tomorrow-any day
may bring a real need for the
services of a Red Cross field
director, recreation or hos-
pital worker!
At home and abroad, the essen-
tial wartime activities of the
Red Cross for thearmed forces .
are a continuing responsibility.
GOING TO HAVE A BABY?
You'll be a better mother after
~~fled Cross training!
Classes in nutrition, mother and
baby care, and family health, are
available in hundreds of Red Cross
chapters.

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WILL ILLNESS
INVADE YOUR HOME?
No family is immune!
Red Cross training in home nursing
is a protection to the home and the
community. Altogether 2,710,980 in-
dividuals have received Red Cross
Home Nursing certificates.

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Don't you see? How easily it may be yOy
who will need the Red Cross? See-,how much
-how very much-it means to your country,
to your community, to you yourself to have
this great organization ready and able to
answer the next cry for help? See-why you
should give now-give all you can-
to the American Red Cross?

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