WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 194'
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Junior Girls' Ploy
To Be Presented Thursday
The Best Years' Will Honor
O Spring Thawl
Senior Women At Opening' ikt o ae
Junior Girls' Play, "The Best I to ~.Tedy ac 5i h
'Y'ars" wll e resnte at8:3 Social Directors Office in the Lea-
p.m. Thursday, March 27 in Lydia gue.
Mendelssohn Theatre in honor of A
the senior women. Al senjior women attending Sen-
Following Senior Supper, which owns.These may be rented from
will be held at 6 p.m. in the Lea- na local spots shop, Mandayr Tues-
gue Ballroom, communitdy singing ay ard Wednesday, Mayr s 24, 25
will open the traditional Senior and 26. The gowns will be fitted
Night program in Lydia Mendels-and will cost $6.50. of which $3.00
SohnhTheatre,'will be refunded when they are
Senior Parade in which mar- returned i June. All senior
rfed women light candles, en- women graduating in June should
gaged women suck lemons, pin- keep their caps and gowns until
ned women wear straight pins, this time.
-nd unattached women throw
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To All Students
Dance To Be Held in Union;
Programs To Be Presentec
as many pennies as they are
old into the wishing well, will be
held on the stage.
Tickets for the supper and the
play are to be on sale from 3 to 5
p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to noon Sat-
urday, 3 to 5 p.m. Monday and 1
The spring Sweater Hop, in-
formal dance sponsored by the
Union Executive Council, will be
presented from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the Rainbow Room of
To be admitted, dancers must
wear sweaters, and sweaters will
be awarded as door prizes during
intermission. Frank Tinker and
his orchestra, featured weekly at
the regular Union dances, will
play for the hop.
The entertainment committee,
headed by Pete Pfohl, has planned
an intermission entertainment
program. The highlight of the
program will be the "Washtenaw
Avenue 4" which includes Charles
Parcells, Hal Blain, Mark Wen-
.ley and Dan Ross. The quartet
will render such old favorites as
"My Evaline," "Daddy, Get Your
Baby Out of Jail" and "Goodbye
My Coney Island Baby."
Large caricatures of sweater
girls will be hung on all the walls.
Pete Craighead is chairman of the
decorations and program commit-
tees and Keith Jordan is general
ZWith « fresh, newv permanent.
You and your friends will en-
joy th friendly atmosphere
Q that makes Ann's so popular.
a We also feature
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Any woman receiving more
than a Bachelor's degree must
place a special order for her
robe. Special prices will be ar-
ranged for seniors who are not
graduating in June, but wish to
rent caps and gowns for Senior
Night. Seniors desiring to at-
tend the play but not the supper
must also wear caps and gowns.
"The Best Years," written, act-
ed, directed and produced by jun-
ior women will be open to the
public Friday a n d Saturday,
March 2 and 29. In keeping with
tradition, the exact theme of the
play will be kept secret until sen-
ior women have seen the first per-
formance. Leading parts will be
taken by Sue Smith and Ruthann
Tea To Honor
Dean Emeritus Joseph A. Burs-
ley will be honored at an all-
campus tea to be held from 3 to
5 p.m. Sunday in the Michigan
The tea is in appreciation of the
guidance hie has given to Univer-
sity students during his 26 years
as Dean of Students.
The members of the Executive
Councils of the Michigan Union,
Michigan League, Panhellenic As-
sociation, and the Interfraternity
Council will be the sponsors of the
tea. The event will be open to
There will be no receiving line,
but twenty hosts and hostesses will
introduce the guests to Dean Burs-
ley. The second floor of the
League will be open for the social
event, including the Concourse,
Grand Rapids Room and Hussey
Special guests for the tea are
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Erich A.
Walter, Dean and Mrs. Walter B.
Rea, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, As-
sistant Dean Mary C. Bromage,
Prof. Arthur W. Bromage, As-
sistant Dean Elsie R. Fuller and
Miss Ethel A. McCormick.
Dean Bursley is a graduate of
the University in the class of "99E.
He returned here to .teach engi-
neering in 1904. The Board of Re-
gents appointed him Dean of Stu-
dents, giving him the duty of
being 'friend, counselor and guide
to the student body with general
oversight of its welfare and its
activities." Dean Bursly retired
from his post Feb. 1.
717 North University ,Ave. ~
Tickets for "Spring Thaw," the
AVC sponsored dance to be held .
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday inE
the Union ballroom, are now onN
sale to all students on campus,.
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the
League and University Hall, and'
from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the
League and Union.r
A twenty minute intermission
program has been planned starring
Sonny Drews, vocalist and calypso SPRING-Gretchen, dachshund
artist who has been the star of owned by Mrs. Archie Smith of
numerous wartime service shows; Chicago, models her new spring
Nafe Alley, impersonator and Dick bonnet and dress. It's a com-
Chenoweth, monologist and mas- plete outfit. even to bracelets
ter of ceremonies. and earrings.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra--------------
will provide the music for dancing
in a Winter to Spring background.S
Women guests will receive at- SpikeuJones
tractive souvenir programs. * t-
Flower Hunt T Cke So'
Five flowers have been scattered
a'round campus in conspicuous
places, and four of the five, if pre- rom orroWv
sented at any sales table may be
redeemed for a complimentary Remaining tickets for the "Mu-
ticket to "Spring Thaw." The sical Depreciation Review" which
finder of the fifth flower will be will feature Spike Jones and his
the receiver of a complimentary "City Slickers" will be sold from
ticket as well as the door prize 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow through
to be awarded at the dance Fri- Friday at Hill Auditorium and the
day night. League.
The AVC social committee has ; ,
rFor Slide Rule
Ball To Begin
Tickets for the annual Slide
Rule Ball sponsored by the Michi-
gan Technic to be held Friday,
April 18, in Waterman Gym will
go on sale Monday.
Ticket sales will be limited to
engineers Monday and Tuesday in
order to accommodate all engi-
neering students desiring to at-
tend the dance, but will be opened
to the whole campus Wednesday.
Traditionglly "Michigan's big
spring formal," this year's Slide
Rule Ball is being billed as "for-
mal-optional" because of the
shortage of men's formal attire.
Women will receive 1:30 a.m.
permission for the dance which
lasts from 9 to 1 a.m. Special late
buses will be run for the benefit of
Willow Village residents who at-
tend the dance.
Baby Sitters Available
The Slide Rule Ball committee
has announced that it will pro-
vide married couples with infor-
mation on baby-sitters who will
be available that evening. The
committee has promised that it
will supply names and addresses
of baby-sitters for families living
at Willow Village and in Ann Ar-
Decorations scheme for the
dance will center around several
mammoth slide rules. One of
these slide rules was only recently
recovered by the Technic, after it
had disappeared three years ago.
The rehearsals for Junior Girls
Play this week will be as follows:
Wednesday - Act II, scene 2,
7 to 8 p.m.; Prologue, 8 to 9 p.m.;
Act II scene 1, 9 to 10 p.m.
Thursday - Act I. scene 2, 7
Ito 8 p.m.; Act II, scene 1, 8 to 9
p.m.; Act III, scene 1, 9 to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday - Entire
cast, 2 to 5 p.m.
To Be Given
Semi-Formal To Feature
Orchestra of Jimmy Joy
Tickets for the "Capitalist Ball,"
the semi-formal dance sponsored
by the Business Administration
students which will be held from 9
to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, March
28 in the Union Ballroom, are now
on sale in Tappan Hall.
This traditional dance, the first
of its kind since 1941, will feature
the music of Jimmy Joy and his
orchestra. Leading hotel ballrooms
throughout the East and South
have presented this "Dance with
Joy" orchestra. Vocalists with the
orchestra are Patti Page and Bob
Joy started as a campus band
at the University of Texas, ap-
peared at a Texas gubernatorial
inauguration, and has been fea-
tured for three consecutive sea-
sons as the official orchestra of
the Kentucky Derby..
Remaining tickets for the "Cap-
italist Ball" will be placed on cam-
pus-wide sale from 9-12 and 2-4
starting Friday in University Hall.
Thirty-five percent of all acci-
dental deaths are due to acci-
dents, on home premises.
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connaissance. The public is cor-
Alpha Phi Alpha, Epsilon Chap-
ter. 7 p.m. Thurs., Mar. 20, Union.
Scroll. Meeting, 5 p.m., Thurs.,
Mar. 20, League. The room will
Camp Counsellors' Club. 7:30'
p.m., Thurs., Mar. 20, Lounge of
the W.A.B. The discussion and
demonstrations will be on camp-
craft. Everyone interested is wel-
come regardless of experience.
Social Committee. 4 p.m.,,
Thurs., Lane Hall.
Committee on Cooperation. 8
p.m., Thurs., Lane Hall.
The Annual French Play: Le
Cercle Francais will present "Le
Malade Imaginaire" a comedy in
three acts by Moliere' at 8:30 p.m.,
Tues., May 6, Lydia Mendelssohn
Inter-Racial Association. 7:30
p.m. Thurs.. Union. Election of
officers of executive council.
Art Cinema League presents
Fritz Lang's LAST WILL OF DR.
MABUSE. English titles; Ger-
i man dialogue. Also 24 minute
technicolor film of World's Fair
FUTURAMA exhibit, designed by
Norman Bel Geddes. Thurs., Fri.,
Sat., 8:30 p.m. Box office opens 2
p.m. daily. Reservations phone
6300, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
BAHA'I Student Group. 8 p.m.
Thurs., 1400 Granger St.
Coed's Glee Club
To Give Concert
The Women's Glee Club will
present a formal concert in Mt.
Pleasant tomorrow, according to
President Barbara Everett.
Charlotte Boehm, Lennis Brit-
ton, and Bonnie Elms will be
among the featured singers with
the group, in a program of music
that will include songs by Brahms,
Bizet, Schuman, and Herbert.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
planned to make this dance the
first in a series of annual Spring
dances sponsored by them.
Assembly Board Posts
Open to All Independents
Petitions for Executive Board
positions in Assembly Association
will be due at 5 p.m. Monday in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League, according to Jeanne
All* eligible independent women
who will be seniors next year may3
apply for the posts of president;
vice-president in charge of dor-
mitories; abnd vice-president in
charge of league houses.
Those women who will be jun-
iors or seniors next year may apply
for secretary-treasurer; project
chairman, in charge of fund-rais-
ing activities for the Fresh Air
Camp; social chairman; and per-
sonnel chairman. -
Details of the duties entailed in
each office will be posted on the
bulletin board in the Undergrad-
uate Office. Petitioners are also
advised to consult the League
President's Report for further in-
formation. If other questionsE
arise, coeds may consult present
officers from 3 to 5 p.m. MondayF
through Thursday, in the Assem-
bly Office, Room D, on the third
floor of the League.f
Each petitioner will be required
to submit three references for rec-
ommendations, including t h e
name of her housemother, the
name of a member of the faculty,
and the name of an upperclass-
man. In addition, it will be nec-
essary to present an eligibility
card and an Assembly Member-
ship Card at the time of inter-
Addre.s a card to a divorcee, by
rc ingher iusband'sfirst I
name, with her family surname.
Te *"1i60 Minutesouical
madness" will be presented at 7
and 9:45 p.m. Friday at Hill Au-
ditorium. The show is being spon-
sored by Panhellenic Association,
and all proceeds will be used to
build up the University Fresh Air
Camp so that it may be used by
students as well as by underprivi-
Lauise Patrick, chairman of
the review, asked those attend-
ing the second show not to ar-
rive before 9:20 p.m. in order to
facilitate clearing the audito-
Author of "RIP VAN WINKLE'S DREAM"
RUSSELL LA DUE
Author of "No MORE WITH ME"
1946 HOPWOOD AWARD WINNERS
will autograph copies of their books at 3 P.M. Friday in our store.
Students and faculty are invited to meet these Ann Arbor authors.
Wahr's University Bookst
316 SOUTH STATE STREET
Spike Jones, who was a little- I -
known drummer before he and a'd All ushers for JG Play are re-
group of friends started record- quested to attend a meeting at 5
ing novelty numbers as a hobby, p.m. today in the League. accord-
gained nationwide fame after his ing to Pamela Wrinch. The room
release of "Der Fuehrer's Face." number will be posted on the bul-
Since then he has recorded letin board at the main desk.
sinc plaen he air ranrd i W A BaltCu
other numbers in rapid succes-
sion, played on the air and in
the movies, and on personal ap-
.pearance tours. His recent en- WAA Ballet Club groups 'will
gagements at Purdue and Ilii- meet today, Beginners at 7 p.m.
nois, where he presented his and Intermediates at 8 p.m. in
"Musical Depreciation Review" the dancing room at Barbour
were sellouts. Gymnasium.
s sAny coeds interested are urged
The City Slickers play a wash- to attend either group meeting.
board, cowbells, bottles, flit guns, Shorts should be brought, and in-
automobile horns and doorbells in termediates may bring toe shoes
addition to all the regular instru- although they aren't necessary.
ments. Among the strangest in-
struments Spike Jones has used A play once gave its name to a
are a plaster cast and a goat who man's hat style. It was "Fedora"
bleated on cue in the key of C. starring Sarah Burnhardt in 1880.
The City Slickers have promised The hero wore a felt creased
Michigan students "A concert to across the crown with a rolling
end all concerts." brim.
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