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3F1UDAY, APIL 18, 194 7

ID 31 IIAN XILY

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Michigan

Technic'

Traditional Slide Rul

The Intramural Building will be
the scene of the annual Slide Rule
Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today
when the Michigan Technic pre-
sents their traditional spring for-
mal.
The ball, originally scheduled
for Waterman gymnasium, has
been changed to the Intramural
Building because it has a larger
capacity and more facilities for
an all-campus spring dance. Al-
though the dance is traditionally
formal, Slide Rule Ball has been
publicized as a "formal-optional"
affair because of the acute short-
age of men's formal attire.
Bob Strong and his orchestra,
featuring Johnny Carroll on the
trumpet, will play for the engi-
neer's ball. With the band are
vocalists, Jo Ann Talley and Don
Bailey. Strong has recently
joined the ranks of the Mid-
western college dance circuit
after finishing a round of en-
gagements at Eastern ballrooms.
The central dance committee
has made arrangements with the
University to provide special late

bus runs from the Intrar
Building to Willow Run Villa
facilitate residents attending
dance.
Dance decorations will fo
an engineering theme and wi
built around several large
rules and revolving gears.
bandstand will be decorated'
large blueprints. Dance
grams also bearing an engin
ing design will be distribute
coeds. There will be a displa
engineering honor plaques
nated by various honorary
gineering fraternities and so
ties.
The list of patrons for Slide
Ball includes Pres. and Mrs.1
ander G. Ruthven, Dean Eme
and Mrs. H. C. Sadler, 'Dean
Mrs. Erich A. Walter, Dean
Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Dean and
Walter J. Emmons, Dean and
Walter B. Rea, Dean C. T.t
stead, Prof. Emeritus and
Edward M. Bragg and Prof. Er
tus and Mrs. L. M. Gram.
The list continues with P

Emeritus and Mrs. A. H. W1

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ful new all WOOL GABARDINE
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in light, luscious colors.
SLIM, TRIM CASUAL SUIT in soft,
silky all wool gabardine. Pocket
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Will Present Junior Petitions
e Ball Today Due at Noon{
- Tomorrow
mural Prof. Emeritus and Mrs. J. S.n
ge to Worley, Prof. and Mrs. L. A. Posts Open Include JGP
g the Baier, Prof. and Mrs. 0. W. Bos- Orientation, Merit-Tutorial,.
ton, Prof. and Mrs. Earnest
Mow Boyce, Prof. and Mrs. C. G. Interviewing Committee
ill be Brandt, Prof, and -Mrs. G. G. The deadline for petitions for
slide Brown, Prof. and Mrs. C. E. 1947-48 junior posts in League ac-
The Burkland, Prof. and Mrs. J. H. tivities will be at noon tomorrow.
with Cissel, Prof. and Mrs. E. W. Con- and coeds interested are requested
pro- ion, Prof. and Mrs. R. A. Dodge to bring their petitions to the Un-
eer- and Prof. and Mrs. W. G. Dow. dergraduate Office of the League.
d to Also included cn the patron's Interviewing will extend from
y of list are Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Erik- Monday through Friday, May 2, at
do- sen, Prof. and Mrs. C. W. Good, the times posted on the bulletin
en- Prof. and Mrs. R. S. Hawley, Prof. board in the Undergraduate Of-
cie- and Mrs. T. H. Hildebrandt, Prof. fice. Petitioners must have their
and Mrs. K. E. Henion, Prof. and eligibility cards signed by the Mer-i
Rule Mrs. D. L. Katz, Prof. and Mrs. A. it-Tutorial Committee before they1
Alex- M. Kuethe, Prof. and Mrs. W. E come to their interview and must
ritus Lay, Prof. and Mrs. A. H. Lovell, bring their cards with them at the
and Prof. and Mrs. Axel Marin, Prof. time of their interview.
and and Mrs. F. N. Memefee, Capt. W .JG Play Committees
Mrs. V. Michaux and Prof. and Mrs. H. The positions available on the
Mrs. W. Miller. Junior Girls' Play Central Com-
Olm- The list concludes with Prof. and mittee are geyneral chairman, as-
Mrs- Mrs. A. D. Moore, Prof. and Mrs. sistant chairman, director and as-
meri- J. M. Nickelsen, Prof. and Mrs. sistant director, secretary-treas-
a Richard Schneidewind, Prof. and urer and assistant, publicity chair-
Prof. Mrs. R. H Sherlock, Prof. and Mrs. man, ticket chairman and assist-
hite, M. B. Stout, ant, stage manager and assistant,
- - -- and script chairman.
Other posts on JGP which are
open are those of dance chairman,
costumes chairman and assistant,
scenery chairman, properties
chairman and assistant, make-up
chairman, ushering chairman, and
programs chaiman.
Music Committee
Making up the Music Commit-
tee for JGP are positions for a gen-
eral chairman, composer chair-
man, lyrics chairman, choral
chairman, and chairman of the or-
chestra and arrangements.
Other junior posts available in
League activities are those of three
members of the Judiciary Council,
two members of the League Inter-
viewing Committee, one assistant
to the Secretary of the League;
five assistants to the Chairman of
Orientation, and five assistants to
the Chairman of the Merit-Tu-
toial Committee.
Other openings are those of four
assistants to the Personnel Chair-
man; six assistants to the Social
Chairman, four to be in charge of
the Ruthven Teas and two in
charge of special events ;and three
assistants to the Publicity Chair-
man. The list of posts available
continues with opening for two
assistants to the Book Exchange
Committee, one in charge of sales
and one in charge of personnel;
finance chairman of the Dance
Class Committee; and six Dance
Class captains.
The Ballroom Committee which
has charge of the Casbah, has
openings for a floorshow chairman
and two assistants, publicity chair-
man and two assistants, and a dec-
orations chairmen and two assist-
ants.
HOUSE
EVENTS
This weekend's social calendar
has scheduled a variety of spring-
time festivities, most of which will
be held on Saturday.
Anticipating pleasant weather
( tomorrow, Betsy Barbour has
' 7planned a hayride beginning at
I / nine o'clock to be followed by a
party at their house, and Owen
I House will be the scene of an in-

formal party following a picnic
in one of Ann Arbor's greener
spots.
Tomorrow has been chosen also
as the date for pledge formals by
many sororities and fraternities.
Alpha Omicron Pi will hold a for-
ial dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
-ri'ht in the Union ballroom fol-
lowing a dinner at one of the loca i
restaurants. Delta Gamma will
honor its pledges at a dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight at
the sorority house, which will be
decorated with flowers and an-
chors of all sizes. The Kappa Al-
pha Theta house will be the scene
BE of their pledge formal following a
dinner for actives and pledges
and their dates.
Spring is the theme for decora-
tions at Gamma Phi Beta's pledge
formal, which will be held at the
sorority house following a dinner
A S SEN IN VOGUE at the Union. Pledges to Sigma
Chi and their dates will also be
r rhonored at a dinner and dance at
the fraternity house.
Members and guests of Theta
Delta Chi will gather tomorrow af-
ternoon at the fraternity house to
listen to a jam session and will re-
turn that evening for a record
-f . dance.

A "big-top" aerial show will be
featured at the first post-war
Michigras, to be held from 7:30
p.m. to midnight Friday and Sat-
urday. April 25 and 26.
Newt Loken, national gymnas-
tics champion, will do acrobatics
on rings and trampoline as a part
of the entertainment to be pre-
sented by the Michigras commit-
tee.
Aerial shows will be given at
frequent intervals during the
time the carnival is in progress
in Yost Field House, and no
extra admission will be charged
for this entertainment.
There will be no sale of Michi-
gras tickets on campus next week,
but all ticket sales will be held at
the door of the Field House dur-
ing the hours that Michigras is
open.
The carnival atmosphere will be
heightened by the sale of cotton
candy, popcorn, hot dogs, and soft
drinks. Also offered for Michigras
visitors will be ice cream, orange-
ade and popcorn balls, according
to Louise Markhus and Duane
Casbah Will Open
On Saturday Only
The Campus Casbah will be open
for dancing from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday only this week.
Two specialty acts will be pre-
sented. A b., bershop quartet
composed of students will present
several selections. The quartet is
called "Art Snook and the 3
Snickers" and includes Art Snook,
Lowell Russell, Neal Williams and
Leonard Davis.
Lois Garnitz, an impersonator, I
will also be featured. She will do a
take-off on some prominent ra-
dio stars.
Al Townsend and his band will
provide the music for dancing.
This week he will present his own
arrangement of "When Shadows
Fall."
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Heilbronn, concessions chairmen.
Carnations are also to be sold at
the carnival.
The Michigras quartette and
Nando Gutierrez will present
Michigras music at six campus
dances today and tomorrow to
remind students of the carnival
next weekend.
Monday an old-f ashioned,
horse-drawn stagecoach is sched-
uled to visit the main campus area
and dormitories, fraternities, and
sororities, distributing candy and
advertising Michigras.
Entertainment in the form of
skits will be presented at 10 and
11 a.m. and at noon Tuesday in
front of the Union, when three
clowns will lead the festivities,
according to Jack Harlan, pub-
licity chairman.
All students, faculty members,
high school students, and Ann Ar-
bor residents are invited by the
committee to attend the tradi-
tional Michigras.

Aerial Show To Be Feature
Of First Post-War Michigras

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ANNOUNCING SPRING COOKING SCHOOLS
AT THE GAS COMPANY
LEARN HOW TO COOK, PLAN.MENUS,
AND BUY FOOD
To meet popular demand, cooking demonstrations have been scheduled for Uni-
verity of Michigan, brides and brides-to-be. There will be two classes with two
demonstrations for each class.
You are cordially invited to enroll now. All classes will be conducted by Mar-
garet Woodman Andersen, Home Service Director, and her assistant, June Allen
Howland. Just check the class you wish to attend and mail the registration blank
immediately.

Club

To Met T,-JC'Willv Pe Sold
To Met Toa~ t Door Only

Mixer Tickets

The WAA Archery Club will
meet at 4 p.m. today at the WAB.
This meeting will initiate the
outdoor shooting season. Ery-
one interested in outdoor archery
is invited to attend, according to
Pat Newberg, club manager. In-
struction will be provided for be-
ginners at 3:20 p.m. on Monday
and Wednesday at the WAB.
Rental slips for bows may be ob-
tained at Barbour Gym.

HIOME SERVICE DEPARTMENT
MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS CO.
211 E. HURON STREET

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All independent women attend-
ing the League mixer dance to be
hld from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the League ballroom may purchase
tic kets at the door only.
All mcn on campus may attend
the mixer as guests of the coeds,
The music for dancing will be pro-
'ided by popular records, and cut-
in (lances will be permitted.

Please enroll me in the spring cooking school. Check one only, please.
-] Tuesday, 2 P.M., April 29, May 6
~ Wednesday, 2 P.M., April 30, May 7

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