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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1947

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Bus. 94. Students Will Sponsor Slide Rule "B<<
'Capitalist Ball' Friday dt Union Ti"cket ! .
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The all-campus "Capitalist
Ball," traditional semi-formal
dance sponsored by the students of
the School of Business Adminis-
tration; will be held from 9 p.m.
to 12:30 a.m. Friday in the Un-!1
io .B lro.Tickets for the last winter semi- 3
formal affair of the year may be
purchased at University Hall,;1
according to Ticket Chairmen Pat
Woods and Ken Herring. CleverlyI
designed combination ticket-dances
programs are in the form of check-l
books to help carry out the theme
of the dance.
Jimmy Joy and his orchestra,
featured at leading hotel ball-
rooms in Chicago, Philadelphia.,j
and San Francisco, will furnish
the music for the "Capitalist
Ball." This "Dance with Joy"

jorchestra has appeared on many
Columbia, Mutual, and National
jBroadcasting network programs.$
Starting a:3 a. c ampQus and at
the University of Texas, Jimmy
Joy has become one of America's;
Popular dance bands, being fea-
tured as the official orchestra of
the Kentucky Derby for three
consecutive seasoins. One of their
proudest assignments was the
'Texas gubernatorial inaugura-
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and a vocal trio, quartet, and Tic'ket sale: fo the axi
quintette. Slide Rule 'B'aliwil < e t
The "Capitalist Ball" is the tra-j the wholeca :.fo i'm.o
ditional dance :sponsored by the 4 p.m. tai, w ildiVVi\
Hall, at the Lnin..'hw I
t. ---- - .......U nion.
Aide IieBal rdllnh
sentied fr onminm oI ~n ii
day, Ap ril18. itt._aeran. C-
agbunofkiedftfo thet 'Ui
{al." -e ho d aetxa-
B3ob oStrong;Wil:ay
Bob Stog n 0:oC iefStra'.
7 who recently iv it ib'.' '-
- t~"\leedan(c ('11(u it, °u i fpc o
F engineer s clan c e're .il
the band w T',CJ n Tie n
JI'-MY JOY . . Lon Bailey., 1in.ad ~i~
- ny Carroll. t. 7nnmc ;.Th invl
committee announei ta Srn
Business administration students, h1adl been slce eas 1'o
and Friday will mark its first ap- ecletrptatu o 1l~0

Tl-e only bandleader in Amer-
ica who plays two clarinets si-
multaneously, Jimmy Soy be-
lievcs in a "Enlid sweet" style
with fall ensemble. Instrumen-
tal features of the "Dance with
Jey" orchestra include a sax
s(etion in five part harmony

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pearance onUIIcamjpus sinIce 1341
Members of the Dance Committee1
include co-chairmen Art Mack and
Don Olson ; decorations, Tom
Brewer and Ben Loveridge; pa -
trans, Virginia Councell; and pub-
licity, Lois Jesse.
WAA NoticesJ
The Rifle Club will participate
in a match with the University ofI
Hawaii at 3 p.m. today a~t the

yet distinctive, 4.iauce fhliS,
throughout the Mid.ediacl
lege circut."
Women attendling the ballwi
r ci e 1 3 n at:from , the Office of the Deit o
Women. The centra acarrngitwiththe(
for late bus runs ,to Will' :o, Ivy-
lage.
Baby Sitters aibl
Names and addI veresIof Iham
sitters who will be a vaiIi1 # .vnni ula1by ti,
committee to acomdaers-
dents of Willow ilae

.phis meeting
regular practice
5 p.m. As usual
scores will count,
Iber will fire ten

M J - The decorations, based on sev-
will include the eral mammoth sierls le
period from 3 to !prints and revolving gearsWill
1the five highest carry out the egneigtee
each team mem- Door prizes will be awarded o' -

shots.

ing the evening.

!4 ighigted
At Michigras
nrveil To Uon April 2
Vih Traditional Parade
thr<i ,,r'iiTown, Campus
( :OP 01' (1111w. n >sdenos, and
Alin A. ',, a Osinss and socil
telc are eli=giale to spcor or
le, i t ec Mihigras parade, ac-
c (0 11-r' to fRae Keller and Cuck
paei,' ala >e(co-c hairmen.
Thtb r'itcuIi ~l Mihigra s par-
,ni vh I '' hell precedig the
>;wv'n ov' oftae carnival 0on1Fi-'
dzoy. Acril 29, and will follow a
lire of owm rch th rou~h Ann Arbor
2xnd art111(the c upus.
' o;;:s will be awarded to
0i,,^ ' i, nd women's houses
tnI 'iri;; ,the Itfloat, as judg-
'by a :,imt fee cosistig
of i' acuipc rnenbrs and Mayor}
I lOHin 1Brown o' Ann arbor.
house,.' an d clubs may enter
fi ,at: 'cv'' :rosing either their or-
sni , at an t ilhir booth at Mich-
gcra as,1 (Lind theentries may be hu-
rno. 'us or sri ins types of floats.
Ac4. )I'lli'i to Frailie, the par-
ade 1%31 ll so inlud( a bicycle'
(a oil mid ke section. A cash1
prize will be aarded to the
person to ih the best decorated
Camnpuis oganizations wishing
io ns flhras are ased to call
Miss Kler at 2-51, while stu-
de ns (u'irlI tebicycle divisin
Lire (t o onad Don Bowman at
3:1- 11 itir;K c 1100,0',Fast Quad.
Xlu ii Sness orgaIniations and 1o-
cal g roup: ho want to enter
flats in: Ithe M;,-higras parade are
;,o cll Diie at 2-318.
Thois ye ar's parade will also con-
ain, in addition to floats, bicycles
<,fld motor Mires three bands and
a sN'tion of 'horses ridden by the
Lniersd\,, men's and women's rii
' ng clubs. 0Other parade features
will also be sonsored by the
MIichigra'is cn n'ittef, Bailie add-
.tend JG Play'
ay in League
Do i, J'ieinea iUchanrman
for .'T he Best Years." is assisted
Ca4.ltillC Ayo. Other comnmi-{
We p members are Kathleen Wa -'
on, dr a r; :Betty Steward, as-
O; i Olecr: Cynthia Ctes.E.
(czetare-treatsrer; Janet Osgood,
1ts'~' Latnt secretary-treasurer; Do-1
7 rs Massry, publiity: Jane Wet-
;no a',^ stant publicity Avis M-
I-rilis. music composition; and
_Man .y Schiler lyrics.
'Thle list continues with Betty
Spill man, choral director: Nancy
Nc a ma n, dance director; JanetI
Cot k ictkets; Aleen Kadiff, as-
sistrult tickets; Audrey Burnard
eo'etutn: Gloria Barn, assistant
costunie; Pearl Klausner, seen-
ry; iNancy Halt, assistant scenery;
Doriis Mac ayrproperties: Jeannef
Nc thi. assistant properties; Ro-{
:anne liadlif,. make-up: Pamelaj.
WvI: cli. ushering; an Frances
(.it a '11e, 1) t)gia is,
'ii1 e central cmniittee wrotet
the scrip t for the pelay and the
diaoeee x was written by Polly'
'lot Lpon, and Betty Church-
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League Openings
Coedsxxwho will be seniors next
Vcar may still petition for posi-
tions in 1947-48 Leaau activitiesg
and may ybhing their petitions with
them at the titne of their inter-
; '1' S a s
Interviewing will be conductedI
this week and next at the times
posted on the bulletin board in the
Undergraduate Office of theI
Leatue. Coeds' who have not
turned in petitions and Who Would
like to, may sgn for an interviewx
and bring their pet it ions withp
theom at that time.
Tihe senior posit ions pn on
the League Council are president,
vice-president, sec ret ary. tre s-'
urer. one member of he Judiciary
Council. chairman of the Socials
Committee, hairman of te Pub-
licity Committee, chairman of the
Benefit Drives Committee, chair-j
man of the Freshman and Trans-
fer orientat ion Committee, andI
c hai ran of the Merit-Tutorial
Committee.
SOther posts open are Leaue
repi esentative for the Student
Book Exchange, Personnel Coi-
m;tittee Chairman, Dance Class
Commit tee Chairman, and Ball1-
room Commit tee Chairman, who is
in charge of the Casbah.
The requ iremrents for those in -I
Iteeted in obtaining positions are
a thorough know~edg E of te
League Constit ution aid one year
in Leagule activities. Coeds must
also be familiar with the records
fof work done in previous years onj
the various committees.j
~BEAUTYU
at its best!
Nwis the time for a Spring
upermanent . .Flai-r cutti,
A fair styling, mancuring and
O(J facials . vcnings by ap-
ANN'S 0
lBEAUTY ARBOR
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Petitioning(, Deadline Extended
For Assembly, League Posts

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"Assembly Board
Pet itioning for Executive Board
positions on Assembly has been
ext< e nded until next week, accord-
, in to Jeanne Clare, president.
Coeds may sign for interviews
on the schiedule posted in the Un-
dergyraduate Office, and may bring
their petitiens to the interviews.
Theywill also be required to bring
x'ithi them their eligibility cards
andi Assembly Membership Cards,
as wel'l as the names of three ref-
crences, including a housemother,
'a faculty member, and an upper-
(c13.-;man.

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by J.P. SMITH SHOE CO. Chiago
Ala In Tune With YourFeet
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Best Slogan
To Win Prize
A prize of ten dollars wi111 be
awarded to the person submfitting
the best entry in the Micigrras
slogan contest, according to ,Jack
Harlan, Michigras piublicity co-
chaiiman.
1Harlan explained that thie comn-
mittee desires a "short, ca tchy slo-
gan that we can use in pub~licizing
the carnival,."
Entries are dlue Friday, April 4.
and _may be submittedlto) Harlan
at 548 E. State St. or to the WAA
box in the League Unde;r ..radluate
Office.
Harlan emphasizesCdtat any-
one is eligible to enter th contest,
and urged Ann Arbor rvsidents,
high-school students, faculty, and
students to submit slogan..

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The Badminton Club cordially cept' by the guests of the hall
committee members.
invites all men on campus to at-,
tend a coeducational badminton
meeting at 7 p.m. today in Water -Pub.
man Gym. IC Illa
All people attending the session'.
Rackets will be provided by the F ridl
'club,
Tickets for the p:ublic perform-
Crop and Saddle Club, Group ances of "The BestYer, Junior
A, will meet at 7 p.m. today at Girls Play, to be ir.ttda S
Barbour Gymnasium. p.m. Friday and Saturda;,; Ld
jMendelssohnTIa rwlbeo
The Golf Club will hold its sale this week.
spring organizational meeting at Sales are froma 2 to 5:130 pum.,LtO-
5 p.m. tomorrow at WAB, accord- I day and fromn to 8:30 p.m. to.
ing to Betsey Moore, club chair-, morrow, Friday and Saturday at
man. the Lydia. Mendelssohn box of-
Any coed interested in joining fice.
the club is invited to attend the iTefrtpromneo h
meeting or call Miss Moore. 4879. 1 h is efomneo h
No pevios glf eperenceis play at 8:30 p.m. tomorrowN. is tr a-
No peesrvosyof exeinc sditionally presented on Senior
necesary.Night. It will follow Senior Sup-
~The Archery Club will meet at per. to be held at (3 p.m. inl the
5 pm. tomorrow in the basementI League Ballroom.
of the WAB for regular practice.' All senior women iiatteuding the
_______________________________Senior Night program mustaweear
A meeting for represents- caps and t owns. TIhese may still
tives of all houses sponsoring be rented today from a lolcal
jMichigras booths will be held sports shoe). The gowns will be

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ata 5 p.m. today in. the League.
According to Jerry Gaffney
and Keith Jordan, booths co-
chairmen, it is important thatE
each house be represented,
since Information concerning
booth 06ngntruction, decora-
tion, and operation will be
distributed.I

fitted there and will cost $63.50 of
which $3.00) will be refunded when
they are r'etatin in Ju' ne.
Sue Smith and thmau n Perry
IFitzgerald haveteladn at
in this year's JG Play. ,^ccotdin
to tradition, the exact theme(i
the play must be kept secret until
the senior wEomi<-n have seen the
first perfornmce,.

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Phone 2-3807

A'mzerica's foremnost aut hority on young
peol'(4Qs problIemfs

So rnolodv loves vole, (It? Dates are scarce.
Tit(-e girls for'get to inleliYon when they're
cooking up excitement. you're left out..
strietly alone and lonely?
WhRose fault is Thai ? If you're so mnicd(ead (l wight, even
: a wres4tling (clanti would ),c on up as a heave l:~.If there's
no sparle or Ltlaughtnyon . . . It ou're afraid to speak out
dour ideas or opniutas.. . i Volt don't. warn) up to people...
-nobody's going to know you're around . .. or care eithier.
There are two kinds of people. as 1 see it . .. the givers aind
the takers. There aire leader"s anid followsers,. 'There are shy
v iolets ... In~fdthe' lr t"'e wh ohehr to digito then). There
rare' live rociet , ,ho: think lap the fain. . ..and every body who
goes along, for theri.0c
If you keep) quiet, hatiging back wait ing to see what's going
to happern . . .if you never h ;irt aM thrig)gingon your' own..
youorebe in, .asponge. \or uotat ingiit)ever' body ele's
N itauitt\, warmth, pep nexxl~thna -Ik. "10k, 'e'xot giving ot
Give out a;t hula interest in 4lIt.A1 other people think and do,
and vout'll fnd yon ,r-lf d,,.ng it v. idth est. Go out of youi'
wa oh: a traertiv(e, friendly 'and a,:1n and lpeople will w~anit
to he whre 'ou are. Bi;g,1-iituo:cd, :md von'll ('heel' up
%or favcors x iilhea:rr1U1,lie(1.
Tu'rn \voltna~.a~'Ies out of the narr'ow c onfinies of
your own aln-i' o k oil!. . .and give Coat . ..to people
y ou'd like for fri: . Then '. en! fia ; onrsclf ridi.in the
mniddlle of t) oi n . . .:hot plonked oatthe , .71,liiic" , ..trhe

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