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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1947 Senior Ball To Feature
Dick Jurgens at I-M Building

The 1947 Senior Ball, featuring
the music of Dick Jurgens and his
orchestra, will be held from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, May 23, at
the Intramural Building.
Dick Jurgens began his climb to
fame on the West Coast where he
played at resorts. His popularity
caused him to enlarge his band and
to begin a tour of West Coast and
Midwest hotels and ballrooms. In
the Marine Corps, Jurgens trav-
eled 51 thousand miles with his
Marine band to play for service
audiences.
Jurgens is noted as an ar-
ranger and composer, as well as
a band leader. His hit tunes in-
clude "One Dozen Roses," "Care-

less," "Elmer's Tune," and "If I
Knew Then." The band has ap-
peared on the Fitch Bandwagon
and Spotlight Bandwagon shows,
and makes recordings for Co-
lumbia.
Women students will have 2:45
a.m. permission for the formal af-
fair. The theme of the ball will be
"M-47," and dancers will have the
vantage point of an automobile
passenger riding along a country
highway. Decorations will combine
iostalgic reminders of college days
with typical highway advertise-
mnents.
Beginning Wednesday, seniors
may buy tickets for the dance at
a booth in University Hall.

WAA NOTICES
WAA sport clubs will meet thisl> WAA Softball tournament games

Hours of sales will be from 9
a m. to noon and from 1 to 4
p.m. Wednesday through Friday,
and from 9 a.m. to noon Satur-
day. Plans to open sales to mem-
bers of all classes will be an-
nounced later.
Bob Grandy is general chairman
for Senior Ball. Other committee
heads are: Dick Chenowith and
Frank Boni, publicity; Marge
Kohlhasse and Bob Pear, building
and grounds; Lois Iverson, pro-I
grams; Jerry Comer, budget; Cliff
Myll, refreshments; Hank Kaiser,
music; Nancy Loud and Marilyn
Holten, tickets; Joan Schlee and
Don Larson, decorations; and
Jeanne Busch, patrons.
Hiawatha PicnicI
The Hiawatha Club will hold its
traditional spring picnic at 1:30
p.m. today at the Island, rain or
shine, according to Bill Flanagan,
who is in charge or arrangements.
Flanagan declared that the pic-
nic is the biggest social event of
the semester for the club, which is
a social organization for students
from the Upper Peninsula. This
will be the first time women have
attended the annual picnic. Only
members and their guests will at-
tend.
Recent contributions to the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp will launch
the camp into the twenty-eighth
year of its existence.

League Posts
To Be Filled
Tomorrow
Magazine Editor To Speak;
Honors To Be Conferred
At Installation Ceremony
Installation Night, annual pro-
gram to install new League offi-
cers, will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Miss Betty Brown, College Edi-
tor of Harper's Junior Bazaar, is
to be the guest speaker at the
event, which is open to all women
on campus. Miss Brown, a gradu-
ate of U.C.L.A., will speak on "Job
Opportunities in Merchandising."
Following a short talk by Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, announcement
will be made to those coeds chosen
to fill the top positions in women's
activities for 1947-48. Included in
these positions are the officers of
the League Council, chairman of
League committees and members
of the Judiciary Council and Inter-
viewing Committee.
Also to be announced are the
central committees of.Junior Girls
Play and Soph Cabaret orientationE
advisors, and members of the
boards of WAA and Panhellenic
and Assembly Associations.
Scroll, senior honor society for
affiliated women, and Senior So-
ciety, independent women's honor
society, will tap new members at
Installation Night. Winners of the
Ethel A. McCormick and Mortar
Board scholarships will also be
announced.

The thirty-fourth annual Lan-
tern Night will be presented Mon-
day, May 19, in Hill Auditorium.
The program will begin with the
traditional line of march which
will assemble at 6:45 p.m. in front
of Angell Hall. Leaders will be the
five seinior women holding the
following positions: League presi-
dent; Judiciary chairman; WAA
president and the president of
Panhellenic and Assembly Asso-
ciations.
Traditional March
Coeds will march five abreast'
with a senior in each line flanked
by four underclassmen. Colored
bows will denote the year of the
underclassmen. Juniors will wear
yellow, sophomores red, and fresh-
men green. Seniors will wear caps
and gowns.
The line of march will proceed
around the campus led by the
marching band. Upon reaching
the mall between Hill Auditorium
and the League, a block M will be
formed. The group will sing the
Yellow and the Blue and the Star
Spangled Banner, led by the band.
Coeds wishing to assist in assem-
bling the line of march are asked
to call Gwen Sperlich at 2-3494.
Program Restrictions
Groups singing are from soroi-
ties, dormitories a n d league
houses. Restrictions placed on the
program include: the song must
not exceed three minutes; not
more than 30 singers may partici-
pate; 'and no soloists may be used.
Twenty-six houses have already
applied and have drawn for places.

Hill Auditorium To Be Scene
Of Traditional Lantern Night

Houses wishing to participate may
call Patt Newberg at 2-4471, be-
fore Friday.
A trophy is awarded to the house
winning first prize. Helen New-
berry residence has held the cup
for the last two consecutive years.
Second and third place winners
and three honorable mentions will
alsgr be announced. The partici-
pation cup for WAA activities will
also be awarded at this time.
Village Dorm
Requests .Due
Willow Run dormitory will again
be available to 128 graduate and
veteran women students for the
fall of 1947.
Women now living in the dorini-
tory will have preference in reser-
vations and assignments, providing
they file an application with the
Office of the Dean of Women and
pay a 21 dollar room deposit be-
fore June 15.
Application blanks may be ob-
tained from the house director. An
effort will be made to fill requests
for specific rooms, but none can
be guaranteed.
The Office of the Dean of Wom-
en is already receiving applica-
tions for rooms in the dormitory
from new students. Residents of
the dormitory must be graduates
or veterans, since they make their
own student government rules.

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week according to the following
schedule:
Crop and Saddle: Members will
meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in front
of Barbour Gym.
Archery Club: Outdoor shooting
at 4 p.m. Friday at the WAB.
Golf Club: Instruction for in-
termediates at 5:15 p.m. tomorrow,
at the WAB, for beginners at 5:15
p.m. Wednesday at the WAB. In-
termediates are asked to bring a
wood, beginners an iron.
Rifle Club: No meeting will be
held tomorrow.

scheduled for this week are:
Monday: Couzens III vs. Pi Beta
Phi I, Delta Delta Delta vs. Alpha
Delta Pi I, Delta Gamma vs. Jor-
dan V, Kappa Delta I vs. Adelia
Cheever at 5:10 p.m.; no games at
7:10 p.m.
Tuesday: Zeta Tau Alpha vs.
Jordan VI, Gamma Phi Beta I vs.
Stockwell II, Alpha Epsilon Phi vs.
Alpha Phi II at 5:10 p.m.; Helen
Newberry vs. Michigan Christian
Fellowship, Zone II team II vs.
Abbey Ieague House, Jordan III
vs. Jordan VII at 7:10 p.m.

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