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TU AY APRiL 1, 1947 -A
THtMc IGAN DAILY.

Tickets for 'Manila Square'
Will Go on Sale Tomorrow

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Dance To Be Held
Saturday, April 19
Tickets for "Manila Square," a
barn dance sponsored by the Jo-
seph Ralston Hayden Memorial
Library Committee will go on
sale tomorrow in the Union, Lea-
gue and University Hall.
The dance will be given from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, April
19 in' Waterman Gymnasium. Tim,
Doolittle and his band will provide
music for the affair.
Since many formal dances are
being presented Friday night,
the central committee has de-
eided to make "Manila Square"
a semi-coed bid affair. Both
men and women may invite
dates. This arrangement will
allow women to repay their for-
mal dates.
Proceeds from the dance will go
to a fund to rebuild at the Uni-
versity of the Philippines a library
named after Joseph Ralston Hay-
den, former professor of political
science at the University of Mich-
igan.
Since the theme of the dance
will be rural, women are re-
quested to wear peasant skirts
and men to wear blue jeans,
fatigues or other informal at-
tire.
Doolittle and his band will play
special numbers for square dancing
in addition to their regular music
for social dancrng. Decorations
and programs have been planned
to fit the theme.
The committee for the dance
include: Lynne Sperber, Rosalyn
Long, Irene Johnson, Paul Mar-
ince, Bobbie Strunsky, Nate Alt-
shuler, Jim Risk, Ruth Gerber,

Bob Schneiderman, Jltn Kemp,
Marge Kolhaus, and Jeanne
Baird.
League Doncing
Aides Needed
Women are still needed as as-
sistant teachers in the beginning
section of the League Dancing
Classes which meets from 7:30 to
8:30 p.m. today.
The class, instructed by John
Guin, will learn basic steps and
variations. Latin American dances
will be taught later in the semes-
ter.
Activity credit is given to coeds
participating. Women'- may sign
up at the time of the class.
Michigras Contest
To Close Friday
Entries in the Michigras slogan
contest are due' Friday, according
to Jack Harlan, Michigras pub-
licity co-chairman.
A prize of ten dollars will be
awarded to the person submit-
ting the slogan which is judged
best by the Michigras committee.
Slogans may be submitted to Har-
lan at 548 S. State Street or to
the WAA box in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
There will be a meeting of all
Intramural managers at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the WAB. All dorms
should send representatives.

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CREASE BALL COMMITTEE-Members of the central committee for the annual Lawyears' Dance
are, reading from left to right, Ned Glad, Roy Tolleson, Monroe Fink, James O'Connor, and Toni
Dougherty.

Crease

Ball

Traditional West Quad Spring Dance
To Be Presented as Costume Ball

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If you are looking for the perfect
Easter gift for that certain someone
stop in at THE QUARRY. From
our large selection of well-known
perfumes and colognes you can
choose a scent to suit your indi-
vidual taste. And the pretty Easter
wrappings will add the finishing
touches to that special gift.

Will Be Qiven
Annual Law School Formal
To Be Held by Honor Society
Crease Ball will be held Friday
May 2 in the Ballroom of the
Michigan League.
Crease Ball was originally held
at the same time as Slide Rule
Ball and until 1937 was held in
the Lawyer's Club. Tradition re-
veals that the name originated
from the creases the lawyers have
in their trousers.
Central' committee members are
formulating plans for decorations
and the band. The name of the
band will be revealed at a later
date.
The formal is presented by the.
Barristers, honor society of senior
lawyers for students in the Law
School. The dance was revived
last year after being discontinued
in 1942 due to the war.
Members of the central com-
mittee for the affair are Ned
Glad, Roy Tolleson, Monroe Fink,
James O'Connor, and Tom Doug-
herty.
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Tickets for the "Beaux Arts"!
costume ball which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
April 18 in the Union Ballroom,
may be obtained in each of the
eight houses of West Quad.
"Beaux Arts" is the theme for
this year's "Spring Fantasy," giv-
en annually by the men of West
Quadrangle. The committee de-
cided on this plan after looking

GALAXY of scarves for
every costume mood . . .
Long sheer chiffon and
crepes, vivid printed or
plain squares in pure silk
and rayons. Prieed from
1.235to 6,5,.
PURSES of shining plastic pat-
ents and gleaming leathers.
Tailored purses With zip or en-
velope tops, soft dressy purses
and tiny clever little silk
oouebes for "dress-uj"

for something to end the usual
formal-semi-formal routine, ac--
cording to Fred Klein, publicity

OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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the theater box office. Members
of the Sociedad Hispanica pay
only the federal tax. All seats
reserved.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma, Signal Corps
fraternity meeting at 7:15 p.m.'
Wednesday, April 2, 1947, in Room
190 Military Hdqs. Bldg.
Ushers for Spanish Play: Meet
at Lydia Mendelssohn at 7:45 p.m.
on night assigned. Wear dresses
and heels.
Scabbard and Blade: Initiation
of navy officers as associate mem-
bers, 5 p.m., Thurs., April 3, in
roo 302, Michigan Union. t
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional
Business Administration fratern-
ity; formal pledging, 7:30 p.mn,
Wed., April 2, Rm. 318, Union.
University Radio Club meeting
Thurs., April 3, at 7:30 p.m., Room
229 West Engin. Bldg. Mr. J. F.
Cline, W80SP, of Electrical Engi-
neering Staff, will discuss Oscilla-
tions in Amateur Transmitters.
Operators for Club Radio Sta-
tion W8ZUP will be selected. All
interested cordially invited.

Lee Stewart and his orchestra
will provide the music for dancing
in a Parisian arts atmosphere.
Hundreds of balloons will hang
from the ceiling to add to the
effect.
All those attending the dance
are expected to wear special cos-
tumes, and the committee has
annoiunced that prizes will be
awarded for the best and most
original ones.
Bud Weber is general chairman
of the affair, and is assisted by Joe
Miller, associate chairman; Fred
Klein, Dave Thomas and Jack
Dietrich, publicity; Munroe Talia-
ferro, tickets; Dick Benner, fi-
nance; Chuck Burt, programs;
Josh Barnes, patrons; Roger
Roemisch, chaperones; and Lay
Berry, Dick Hire, John Harlan,
Frank Zagelmeyer, and Dick
Clark, decorations.

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ch airman.
Invitations have
several other men's
eluding Fletcher
houses. All women
dance will be given
permission.

SHOP
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residences, in-
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attending the
1:30 a.m. late

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Every woman loves a pretty hanky.
Whether they be lacy and frilly or
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are the fashion this spring. The
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