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May 01, 1947 - Image 5

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IFC To Present'
Ball Tomorrow

Martha Cook
Will Present
Carden Party

Newman Club Dance Crease Ball
Will Be Held at Union To Be Qiven
Coeds Receive Summoi


Krupa Will Play;
Sale of Tic kets
To Be Continued
Remaining tickets for the In-
ter-Fraternity Council Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomor-
row at the Intramural Building,
will be sold from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
day and tomorrow at the IFC Of-
The formal dance, for which
women students have been giant-
e,' 1:30 a.m. permission, will be
the highlight of an entire fratern-
ity week end. Parties at many
of the individual houses have
been approved for Saturday, ac-
cording to Chuck Lewis, publicity
Krupa To Play
Gene Krupa, who played the
WAA Notices
The annual women's golf tour-
nament sponsored by the Pitch
and Putt Club, the golf organiza-
tion of WAA, is now in progress.
All coeds are eligible for the
tournament which includes play-
ing the first nine holes at the
University Golf Course.
The eight women with the low-
est scores will be members of the
1947 women's golf team, four as
members and four as alternates.
These coeds! have the privilege of
playing on the University Golf
Course free of charge.
* * *
Games scheduled for today in
the WAA Softball tournament are:
Alpha Phi I vs. Jordan IL Gamma
Phi Beta I vs. Stockwell II at 5:10
p.m.; Jordan I vs. Alpha Xi Delta
I at 7:10 p.m.
** *
The WAA Rifle Club will hold
regular practice from 3 to 5 p.m.
today at the ROTC Range. This
meeting will include a telegraphic
prone meet which will begin at
3 p.m.


... x....L i, Martha Cook Building will be
the scene of a garden party from
- 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, at
drums for Benny Goodman be- which approximately 900 guests,
fore forming his own band, will including members of the faculty
provide the music for the affair. and townspeople, will be enter-
In addition to playing dance mus- tained.
ic, the band features a jaz, trio This traditional event, which,
with Charlie Kennedy on the alto was presented annually before the
sax, Buddy Eanelli on the, piano war, is sponsored by the residents,
and Krupa on the drums. Carolyn directors, and the Board of Gov-
Grey furnishes the vocals at the ernors of Martha Cook Building.
IFC Ball. Flowers will be arranged for dec-
Black and silver will be the color oration and the building and,
scheme for the dance, and pro- grounds are being prepared for
grams in the shape of the IFC key the affair, it was announced by
have been planned for women Mrs. Leona B. Diekema, social di-
guests. A Greek arch in the cen- rector.
ter of the dance floor and a Greek Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
goddess at one end of the room Mrs. James P. Adams, Mrs. Marvin
h o d i n g t h e Inter-Fraternity L. Niehuss, Mrs. James Bruce,
Council key will dominate the Mrs. Hayward Keniston, Mrs. E.
decorations. Blythe Stason, Mrs. Roscoe Boni-
Fraternities To Have Booths steel, and Dean Alice Lloyd will
Each fraternity will have a pour.
booth at the dance which will con-
tain a Greek warrior bearing the Fashion-wise coeds are wearing
initials of the fraternity. Furni- two silver identification bracelets
ture for the booths will be fur- fastened together as necklaces in-
nished by the individual houses stead of the traditional pearls.
and may be set up tomorrow.
No corsages will be worn except
by guests of central committee
members. Patrons for the dance C L A SSI
will include one guest suggested L
by each fraternity.

Newman Club will present its
annual spring formal from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday, May 9, in the
Union Ballroom.
The dance will be open to all
students on campus, but ticket
sales will be limited to 400 couples
to insure comfortable dancing.
Tickets will be distributed through
the dormitories and will also be
sold at the Newman Club office at
the chapel.
Frank Tinker, who plays for
the regular Union dances, will
provide music for the affair.
The dance will be semi-formal,
and an entertainment program
is being planned by members of
the club.I
The ballroom will be decorated
along a springtime theme, tradi-
tional for Newman Club formals.
Corsages of spring flowers which
will be distributed to all women at-
tending the dance, will lend a
Maytime atmosphere.
Mary Battle has been chosen
general chairman for the dance.
Other committee heads are Mil-
dred Dennecke and Walter Nie-
man, decorations; Irma Wy-

man and Jack Battle, tickets;
Anthanie Lloyd, programs; Ar-
lene Brice, favors; Beverly Ket-
cik, patrons; Jerry Sullivan, en-
tertainment and Bob Christ-
man, publicity.
The Newman Club is a religious
and social organization of Cath-!
olic students. It has a membership
of 800 and is the largest student
group on campus.
Faculty Tea Today
Another in the series of stu-
dent-faculty teas will be present-
ed from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. today in
the Russian Tea Room of the
League honoring the members of
the botany and zoology depart-
Zeta Phi Eta, national honor-
ary fraternity for women speech
students, will publish the first
edition of its newspaper this'
The newspaper is entitled the
'Speech Spotlight.' It contains
news concerning all sections of
the speech department.

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Law students. faculty, alumni
and their guests will attend the
1947 edition of the traditional
Crease Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tomorrow in the League Ballroom.
Women attending the dance re-
ceived a writ of capias ad satis-'
faciendum summoning them to
attend the dance. This is a no-
tice to the sheriff to bring the
person before the court and in
this case was served to the coeds
by deputies.
Decorations carrying out the
legal theme have been planned to
line the walls of the ballroom. Pro-
grams will take the form of "Raw
Revue" which will be a take off
on the monthly Law Revue which
informs lawyers of current legal
decisions. A deputy will take tick-
ets at the door .
Teddy Phillips and his 18-piece
band will provide the music, as-
sisted by Bea Herold and Bill
Howard, vocalists. Known for
variety, Phillips is to present the
Four Mountaineers in comedy se-
lections. Many of the arrange-
ments were made by Phillips him-
Crease Ball, sponsored by Bar-
risters, was originally held on the
same night as Slide Rule and was
an important event in the law-
yer-engineer feud.

1 1To Dance From iDeDnI

The annual program to install
new League officers will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Monday in tackham
Lecture Hall.
Miss Betty Brown, College Edi-
tor of Junior Harper's Bazaar, is
to be guest speaker for the occa-
sion. Miss Brown will speak on
the subject of job opportunities
in merchandising.
Dean Lloyd To Speak
Following a short talk by Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, announcement will
be made of the women chosen to
fill the top positions in activities

All sororities, League houses or
dormitories intending to partici-
pate in Lantern Night are request-
ed to send their chairmen to a
meeting at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
WAB, at which time drawings will
be made for the order of singing.
Each chairman is asked to bring
the name of the song her house is
singing, and supply a substitute if
she is unable to attend. Any house
unable to send a representative is
requested to contact Patt New-
berg at 2-4471.


Women Requested
To Sign Up Now
For AVC Dance
All women who wish invitations
to the AVC "Take a Chance"
dance to be held Friday. May 9,
in the Masonic auditorium should
sign up as soon as possible on
lists posted in the League Under-
graduate office and in dormitories,
or submit their applications to
Gayle Thompson at West Lodge,
According to the AVC social
chairman, women will be escorted
to the dance by one man, dance
with a different partner during
each dance, and be escorted home
by still another. Attendance at
the dance will be limited on the
part of coeds to those receiving
Men's tickets are on sale this
week at West Lodge and will be
sold on campus Friday.



Choose a ,if/ she'll iore and treasure / hroe ho/ / ' eyears
from our collc' i(ou off many eaul'iful inporled igi f t i/ems.
i Bowls and trays from India and China
tooJewelry set with sparkling stotnes
to' Sandle wood boxes, inlaid and handmade

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LOST-Ladies' Gruen Curvex watch
near campus. Call 8983. Reward. )64
LOST-Gray raincoat belt, near hospi-
tal. Call 557 Jordan. Reward. )27
LOST: Yellow gold wrist watch, rect-
angle shape. Finder call BEAU, 6114.
Reward $10.00.
LOST-Golf clubs and bag at Stadium
Hills course last Friday. Finder call
4707. Reward. )35
WILL THE PARTY who inadvertently
took brown overcoat from rack at
League cafeteria Friday morning
please call 2-3782. I have yours. )72
3 PLAID BLANKETS left in balcony
at Michigras. Finder return to AXII
House. 22443 or 20718. )10
WILL PERSON who took man's grey
gabardine trcnch coat from "P-Bell"
Friday night please return to Clint
and get yours. Call 4075, "Bell." )4
LOST - Small package at Ann Arbor
Bank, University Branch, Monday
afternoon. Valuable to owner. Re-
ward. Call 2-1154, )
LOST - Ladies gold Americus wrist
watch. Black band, initials B.HB.
Reward. Call Barbara Blumrosen
23119. )61
KEEP CONTENTS of billfold lost on
diagonal, but please return Newman
Club Spring Formal ticket Box 250.
RHINESTONE circular earring. Lost
between Clements Library and Alum-
ni Memorial, or across from Hill Aud-
itorium to League. Reward. Eleanor
Planck. 2-3225. )76
IF THE PERSON who took the wrong
tan raincoat from the third floor of
the Union Tuesday night April 15,
will return it to Apt. 4, 609 Monroe,
he may have his own. )18
TYPIST - with general office experi-
ence. Temporary work 4 to 6 weeks.
Pleasant working conditions on cam-
pus. Apply 205 South State St. )23
time. Top wages. Excellent hours.
Two good campus locations. Apply in
person to fountain manager, Wit-
ham Drug Co., Cor. S. University and
Forrest Ave. )30
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
BUCKY--No luck with the Free Press,
How's this? M.P.C.
REDUCE! Lose pounds aild inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 am. to 8 p.m. for an Intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
:Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7

TYPEWRITER - Royal portable with
case, excellent condition. Practically
new. Call 8196 aftr 7:00. )70
SAXOPHONE, good condition. See Ski
at 1601 Washtenaw or Phone 2-2205
between 5 and 6 p.m. )19
COMPLETE SET of drums and small
bass drum. Also gear shift, English
Bicycle. Call 2-3264. )57
HOUSETRAILER and Schulte extra
outer cover. New tires. Can be seenI
corner Catherine and N. Fourth. CallI
Feldman, Ext. 2237. $750, will con-
sider terms and owner. )66
GOLFERS-Spalding Jones irons, Ha-
gen, Wilson, MacGregor pro.golf
equipment. Golf bags, paxs and balls.
Phone 22058-4044. Johnny Malloy
Professional. ) 69
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
NEW all aluminum Trailercoaches, 14
ft. overall. Completely equipped, $995.
Can be financed. Meyers Aircraft Co.,
Tecumseh Airport, Tecumseh, Mich-
igan. ) 42
'37 OLDS 6-4 dr.-New tires--low mile-
age. Good paint, 2 tone, 1377 Erving
Ct., Willow Village after 5. )26
5-TUBE, practically new RCA radio.
Also. Philco automatic radio-phono-
graph Good condition. Call 2-4366,
9-10:30 p.m. )12
HOWARD 430 communications radio
receiver--six tubes. Call 22919 after
9:30 p.m. Ask for Keith. )6
ROYAL PORTABLE typewriters for
sale. Excell nt condition, $40. Call
2-1259 after 6 p.m. )1
MAN'S BIKE, hand brakes, basket,
good condition, $25. Ph. 5128. )36
18' SAILING CANOE, used. Completely
equipp~ed $125. Spencer 2 objective
microscope. Excellent condition,
$100.00. Ph. 21600. )22
LAW STUDENT and wife desire fur-
nished apartment for July and August
only. Call Mr. Kriekard, 4145. )9
STUDENT COUPLE desire 2, 3, 4 or 5
room apt. Furnished or unfurnished
starting June, July or Aug. Box 16.
LAW STUDENT and teacher wife want
apartment-furnished or unfurnished
for June or before. 2-yr. residency.
Call Mrs. Yolles, 21729. )71
WILL TRADE in June or Sept.-3-Rin.
Apartment, N.W. Detroit for apart-
ment, in Ann Arbor. Box 8. )75
information leading to the renting of l
suitable apartment in Ann Arbor.
Write Box 2, Michigan Daily. )13


CAMERA, 35 millimeter. Telephone
4447. )40
WANTED-Reader for blind student in
Psychology. 70c hr., call 25-9011. )i1
WANTED: Tutor for chemistry 41. Con-
tact Betty Meyer, Westlodge Dorm 2,
Ypsi. 9265 or 2-5180 and ask for
Shirley. )25
WANTED:- 2 tickets Saturday evening,
May 10th, performance of May festi-
val. Prefer near front. Call 22246
after 8:00 p.m. )2
BADLY NEED set of tails. Will pay
cash, 42 or 44 long. Call 8984, ask
for Bernie. )5
SENIOR VETERAN student, experi-
enced driver, holdihg temporary driv-
ers permit wishes to rent car or jeep
for an afternoonto take road test for
Michigan driver's license. Referenc-
es. Please call Frank Arams 5159 eve-
nings. )65

Hospitality in your hands

JJiajirt Sh OP



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Chicago 10 a.m. Saturday morning,
returning Sunday evening. Call
2-1101. )72
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, insur-
ance, cleaning, glazing. restyling. and
repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607 E.
Liberty. 63
APARTMENT-Large room, bathroom,
kitchen, storage room, outside en-
trance, unfurnished, first floor. No
rent. Will exchange for part-time
housework. Must have mornings free,
no children. Dial 2-1132 after 1 p.m.)9
Ages 2-12
Veterans wives will care for your child
Reasonable rates
Call 20733 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
"If your set won't play
And Frankie can't sing,
We'll fix it for you,
So you can hear Bing"
For expert radio repair service call
9241, or bring your radio to the Tav-
ern Cafeteria. )$

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WOMEN ARE LUCKY! Look at the offerings list-
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Here it is, just the beginning of our new season
and you've got the chance to get the latest style
coats and suits.



Keeping in tune with the Spring, the record companies
have released a quantity of unusually colorful and festive
music this month . . . 'he Russians, always masterful in
their use of the orchestral pallette, have brought forth
two works certain to have wide appeal . . . the Suite from
"Gayne" by Khachaturian is surely as melodically and
rhythmically compelling as any ballet music, recorded by
Ef rem Kurtz and the Philharmonic Orchestra of New
York . . secondly, there is a choice of two excellent ver-
sions of Prokofief f's Fifth Symphony, the Boston on
Victor and the N.Y. Philharmonic on Columbia . . . both
have done lively performances of this stirring music
which Koussevitsky has referred to as the most -important
symphony in minany, many years." - I

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1/2 to 13 of original prices!
Wonderful fabrics, wonderful workmanship,
wonderful colors, wonderful styles - and best
of all - wonderfully low prices!
COATS and SUITS formerly priced, 39.95 to
69.95 -- NOW AT 25.00 to 49.95.



**Full Lengths
* Classics fitted
w All wools
* All new styles


AtReductions from

2 Groups of 2 Groups of --
DRESSES wools, gabardines and
Crepes, Gabardines and crepes, sizes 9-15, 10-40.
2-piece wool suit types,
14.95 and 19.95
Originally to 35.00 Originally to 22.95

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