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Dance Will Be Held at Waterman Gym;
Preference To Be Given to Engineers
Bob Strong and his orchestra Tickets will be sold Monday and ranged with the University for
will provide the music at the an- Tuesday in the Engineering Arch, late bus runs to Willow Village.
nual Slide Rule Ball to be held East Engineering Lobby and the The committee has also an-
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, April north end of West Engineering nounced that it will supply
18 in Waterman Gymnasium Building. After Tuesday the tic- names and addresses of baby-
Featured with Bob Strong, who kets will be sold in the Union, on sitters who will be available that
moved recently into the college the Diagonal and in the Engineer- eveningv for families in Willow
circuit after establishing a repu- ing Arch. Village and Ann Arbor.
tation in radio, will be Jo Ann Tal-
ley and Don Bailey, vocalists, and Although traditionally a for Women will receive 1:30 a.m.
Johnny Carroll, trumpeter. Mal dance, the Slide Rule Ball is permission to attend the dance.
Tickets for the traditional being billed this year as "for- In announcing the band for theE
spring formal, sponsored by the mal-optional" because of the dance, the committee said that
lichigan Technic,; will go on shortage of men's formal attire. Bob Strong had been selected be-
sale next week. Sales will be The decorations theme for the cause of "an excellent reputation
limited to Engineers Monday dance will be based on seven mam- for smooth, yet distinctive, dancej
and Tuesday, in order that all moth slide rules, a tremendous music throughout the Midwestern
engineers desiring to attend the blueprint and revolving gears. The college circuit."
dance will be abe to secure tic- committee has reported that the Bob Strong reversed the usual
kets. The ticket sale will be "favorite" slide-rule is undergoing procedure for new dance hands by
opened to the whole campus reconditioning as a result of dam- prIng fo n a cnc b n
Wednesday. age suffered during three years of taming as a radio conductor on
-- - --- - - capiviy."commercial broadeasks and then
ScpI dty.jtaking his band out on the Mid-
In order to accommodate resi- western and Eastern ballroom cir-
dents of Willow Village the com-1 cuits.
mittee reported that it had ar-
fo S RI G < .>e c Walter's Doghouse" for three
for SPR ING aE oE ""r "
years. During that time he al-$
GABARDINES HAND-MA DF so appeared on several NBC
$39.50 to $55.00 programs, including "Avalon
- BLOUS E forTime" with Red Skelton, "Show-
1I00J, SHETLAND WOOL boat" and "College Humor." Lat-
in Pastel Shades er lie switched to the CBS net-
$23.00 EASTER work on "Treat Time." He hasI
- made guest appearances on "Co-
BLOUSES Beautifully Fashioned ca Cola Spotlight Bands" andI
$2.00 to $6.95 w the "Fitch Bandwagon."
BERKSHIRE -NY _ *) SPECIAL IMPORT Since taking the road Strong lips
$1E 40 toIE Y70 froL N appeared at outstanding night1
$inturc$.7orto Ric. : spots throughout the country.
rJcNearby appearances have included
^ 'the Eastwood Gardens in Detroit,
and the Hotel Sherman, AragonI
K E P PE 'SBallroom, Trianon Ballroom, the
Edgewater Beach Hotel, and the1
handcraft mart Blackhawk Restaurant in Chicago,.
1121 South University V
.Phone 2-2371 v802 S. State Iel. 4720-
-- ihon 2-371W AA NoticesI
Orig i na Desig ns in Suitsand Gowns , The WAA Camp Counselors Club
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in;
B Mar r9 the WAB Lounge.-
This meeting will be a demon-
stration and discussion of camp
(Fabrics--woolens, silks and cottons craft. The rolling, tying, and car-
d are lovely this spring.) 9rying of blanket rolls will be em-
- phasized. Everyone interested in
F 1352 Wilmot St. I counselor work is invited to at-
Hours 9:00 to 5:00 9 tend and first semester freshmen
Tel. 20906 9 are eligible.
Jr1JULfiJf1J~1JLJ U-LE U-~1.JiJJL~ The WAA Rifle Club will shoot
--- - - in a- match with the University
of New Hampshire at 3 p.m. today
at the ROTC Range.
S E N IO R The five highest scores will
count in this meet. This meeting
will also include the regular

Informal Tea
Will Be Held

Junior Coeds Affiliated Coeds May Petition
To Hrold Pla- Nownui frn Prvn~ilhelr Pr-bw

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for Pledges

"Spring Premier," an informal
tea honoring all new sorority
pledges, will be given by Panhel-
lenic Association from 3 to 5 p.m.
Saturday in the League Ballroom.
A coed from each pledge class
will be elected to serve as hostess
at the tea and another represen-
tative will take part in the style
show which will be presented on
the entertainment program. The
rushing chairman will pour.
The pledge tea. will enable the
pledges from all campus sororities
to get acquainted. A single tea will
eliminate the presentation of sep-
arate teas by each of the eighteen
campus sororities.
Three people in four (74 per-
cent) buy at least one gift be-
BOB SThONG . . . tween Christmases.
League, Assembly Petitions
Due- Executive Posts Open

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Seniors Will Be Honored
Senir Wl e HPetitioning is open to all affili-
At Opening Performance ated women for six Panhelleme
Th B"s"Board positions, according to Mar-
The Best Years," Junior Girls garet Gage, president of Panhel-
Play, will be presented a 8:30 p.m. lenic Association.
thursday, Friday and Saturday, Petitions are due no later than
March 27. 28 and 29 in Lydia Men- noon Saturday, March 22. Petition
delssohn Theatre. blanks may be obtained through
The opening performance on the sorority houses or in the Un-
Senior Night traditionally honors dergraduate Office of the League
senior women. Following Senior and when filled out must be re

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Supper, to be held at 6 p.m. Thurs-
day in the League Ballroom, com-
munity singing will open the pro-
gram in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
Senior Parade Will Be on Stage
Senior Parade, in which married
women light candles, engaged
women suck lemons, pinned women
wear straight pins, and unattach-
ed women throw pennies into the
wishing well, will be held on the
Tickets for the supper and "The
Best Years" are to be on sale from
3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, 10 a.m. to
noon Saturday, 3 to 5 p.m. Mon-
day and 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the
Social Director's Office in the Lea-

turned to the Panhellenic Office
on the third floor of the League.
Coeds are required to sign for
interviews in the Undergraduate
Office when they turn in peti-
tions. Interviewing will be held
from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday. 3 to
4 p.m. Tuesday, 2 to 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday, 3 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday
and 2 to 5:30 p.m. Friday in the
Panhellenic Office.
The six positions to be filled are
president, first vice-president, sec-
ond vice-president, secretary, trea-
surer, and rushing chairman.
The president conducts all reg-
ular meetings and board meet-
ings and represents the Associ-
ation in all campus affairs. The
first vice-president serves as
substitute in case of the presi-

Coeds To Apply
For Senior Jobs
Coeds who will be seniors next
year are eligible to petition for
1947-48 senior positions in League
activities, according to Jean Louise
Hole, chairman of the League In-
terviewing Committee.
The petitions are due at noon
Saturday in the Undergraduate
Office of the League, and inter-
viewing will be held from Tues-
day through Thursday, April 3.
Eligibility cards signed by the
Merit-Tutorial Committee must be
presented at the time of the inter-
view. Names of a faculty member.
housemother and upperclassman
must also be submitted for refer-
The senior positions on the
League Undergraduate Council
which are open are president,
vice-president, secretary, trea-
surer, one member of the Judic-
iary Council, chairman of the
social committee, chairman of
the publicity committee, chair-
man of the benefit drives com-
mittee, chairman of the fresh-
man and transfer orientation.
committee and chairman of the
merit-tutorial committee.
Other senior posts available are
League representative for the
Student Book Exchange, chair-
man of the personnel committee,
chairman of the dance class com-
mittee and chairman of the ball-
room committee, which has charge
of the Casbah.
Also needed is a finance chair-
man to work with the chairman
of the dance class committee,
and she may be from either the
.junior or senior class. There are
openings for six dance captains
from any ('lass.
Under the chairman of the ball-
room committee are openings for
a floorshow chairman, publicity
chairman, and a decorations
chairman, all from either the jun-
ior or senior class.
The requirements for those in-
terested in obtaining senior posi-
ions are a thorough knowledge of
he Michigan League Constitution
ad one year in League activities.

Caps, Gowns Must Be Worn {
Women To Sign All senior women attending the
Senior Night program must wear
For Inte rv iews caps and gowns. These may be1
rented from a local sports ohop
All eligible independent women Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.j
who will be juniors or seniors next The gowns will be fitted thero and
year, are qualified to petition for will cost $6.50 of which $3.00 will
Executive positions on Assembly be refunded when they are re-
Association, before 5 p.m. Monday. turned in June. Seniors graduat-
Petitions must be turned in at ing in June should keep their caps
that time in the Undergraduate and gowns until this time
Office of the League, and coeds will Any woman receiving more than

be required to sign for interviews,
which will be held for two weeks,
beginning Monday.
Positions which will be avail-
able for those who will be sen-
iors next year include president,
vice-president in charge of dor-
mitories, and vice-president in
charge of league houses, prefer-
ably a resident or former resi-
dent of a league house.
Those women who will be jun-
iors or seniors next year may pe-
tition for the posts of secretary-
treasurer, project chairman, social
chairman and personnel chairman.
For further information con-
cerning the duties of these offi-
cers, coeds may consult the Lea-
gue Presidents' Report, the out-
line of duties posted in the Un-
dergraduate Office, or they can

a Bachelor's degree must place a
special order for her gown. Spec-
ial prices will be arranged for san-
ioi's who are not graduating in
June, but who wish to rent caps
and gowns for Senior Night only.
Senior women desiring to attend
the play but not the supper must
also wear caps and gowns.
Ticket sales for the Friday and
Saturday performances of the play
will open Tuesday at the Lydia;
Mendelssohn box office. The exact
times of the sales will be announ-
ced at a later date.

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Informal Dance
Plans Program

119 E. Liberty Phone 7900

Your 1947 official University of Michigan ring is in stock
for immediate delivery. At present, we have a complete
range of sizes and styles. . Why not stop in and try one in
your size and preferred style? There is no obligation, of
Your name engraved by hand on your ring with our com-

Thursday practice until 5 p.m.I
Results of the Rifle Match ofI
March 7 and 8 are Knox College,
473; Ripon College, 486; South
Dakota College, 486; Beaver Col-E
lege, 496; Pennsylvania State Col-I
lege, 500; and Michigan, 479. High
scores for club members were
Gloria Miller, 98; Lydia Creed, 97;
Dorothy Hall, 97; Barbara Crosby,
94; and Josephine Irwin, 93.
If your suit has a collar, a new
way to wear is it to turn it up with
your scarf on the outside andI
looped in front way up to your
chin, like an eighteenth century
beau in an old print.


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conultnrsen ofi " o"jAs A twenty-minute intermission
sembly from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
the Assembly Office, Room D, on program has been planned for
the third floor of the League. Spring Thaw," the AVG sponsor-
ed informal dance which will be
Interviewees will be required to J presented from 9 p.m. to midnight
bring with them their eligibility tomorrow..
cards and their Assembly Member- Trog
ship Cards. They will also be re- TDepogr a lysorspecy
quested to list on their petitions rews, vocalist and calypso spec-
the names of their housemother, a ialist who has been the star of
faculty member and an upper- numerous war-time service shows.
classman, to be used as references. Nafe Alley, impersonator, and Dick
Chenoweth, monologist and mas-
ter of ceremonies will also be on
JGP Rehea rsals the program.
The rehearsal schedule for Jun- Tickets are now on sale to all
ior Girls Play this weekend will be students on campus from 9 to 11
as follows: a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. in the League
Saturday - Re'gent scene (Act and University Hall, and from 5
Saturdayp m.Regente scenee(Act to
II, Scene I, 1 to 2 p.m.; Act I, Scene 6:30 p.m. in the League and Un-
1, 2 to 3 p.m.; Act I. scene 2, 3 to ion through Friday.
4 p.m.; Act III, scene 1, 4 to 5 Flowers have been scattered
p.m. All rehearsals will be in the around campus in conspicuous
Grand Rapids Room of the Lea- places, and four of the five, if pre-
gue. sented at any sales table, may be
Sunday - The entire cast will redeemed for a complimentary tic-
rehearse at 2:30 p.m. in the Leagpe ket to the dance. The finder of the
Ballroom, fifth flower will be the receiver of
a complimentary ticket as well as
-~=_-=- the door prize to be awarded at
the dance.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing in a
winter to spring background. At-
tractive souvenir programs will be
given to all women guests.

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