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'Y 15, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Scabbard And Blade To Sell
Military Ball Tickets Today,

Sale of Senior
Ball Tickets

Lantern Night
Song Contest

Wolverine Cirls'

State

Week

Scheduled for June 17 to 24

Dance Theme
To Be Nautical
Tickets for the Military Ball,
traditional Scabbard and Blade
formal, will be on sale from 8
a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m.
today at the engineering arch.
The dance, which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 am. Friday in the
League Ballroom, is open to every-
one on campus. Either service uni-
Petitions Due
Saturday Noon
Petitions for central committee
posts for Assembly Recognition
Night will be due at noon Satur-
day in the Undergraduate Office
of the League, according to Irma
Eichhorn, Assembly Association's
president for next year.
Recognition Night is a tradi-
tional event held early in the fall
semester to honor independent
women. for outstanding achieve-
ment in scholarship and in extra-
curricula activities.
Positions open to petitioners in-
clude general chairman, and heads
of the decorations, refreshments,
publicity, programs, patrons and
honors committees.
A list of the duties entailed by
each office will be posted in the
Undergraduate Office. Petitions
should include ideas for a general
theme for the affair. Coeds will
be asked to discuss their sugges-
tions at their intervies which will
be held Monday in the Assembly
Office on the third floor of the
League.
Interviewees will be required to
bring their Assembly membership
cards and eligibility cards with
them.

forms or civilian formal attire C pened to 1A ll
may be worn. New dark green!
uniforms are being issued to ROTC Senior Ball ticket sales. now
unit members, and they will be open to all students on campus,
ready in time for the dance. will be held from 9 a.m. to noon
Magazine To Take Pictures and from 1 to 3 p.m. this week at
A fashion editor and photo- the engineering arch, the Union
grapher from Varsity Magazine and the booth in University Hall.
will cover the Military Ball. Allan The annual formal will be held
Tcwnsend and his orchestra, with from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday,
Lois Roberts and the Symphon- May 23, in the Intramural Build-
Lfis Rnbets althillypoi-eing and women students have been
aires on the vocals, will provide granted 2:45 a.m. permission.
music at the dance.
The theme of the dance will be "M-47" will be the nostalgic
nautical, and the ballroom will be theme of the Senior Ball, and
decorated as a ship. The band dancers will have the vantage
point of an automobile passenger{
stand will resemble the bridge of riding along a country highway.
the battleship USS Missouri. Ord- Decorations will combine re-
nance equipment and signalling minders of college days with
gear will be on display, and air- typical highway advertisements.
~lane and shim models will hang_

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Be Held

from the ceiling. Decorations will
include Army and Navy insignia
of service and rank.
Entertainment Program Planned
A program of intermission enter-;
tainment has been planned, and
refreshments will be served to
dancers during intermission. The,
Grand Rapids room will be used
as a sitting room. Women students
will have 1:30 a.m. permission, and
no corsages will be worn at the
dance.
A traditional feature of the
dance will be a receiving line of
all the ROTC staffs which will
include Colonel K. E. Henion and
Captain W. V. Michaux, heads of
the Army and Navy ROTC units.
First Held in 1924
Military Ball has been held on
the Michigan campus as early as
1924, and the last one was held in
the spring of 1941. Small, war-
time dances were held, but the
committee plans to reviv the ball
on the large pre-war scale this
year.
Robert Ware is general chair-
man for the Military Ball and
Harry Troxell is associate chair-
man. Committee heads are Ben
Fairman, James W. Creaser,
Richard R. Robinson and Douglas
D. Swith, ballroom; Donald E.
Kenney and Phlilip Franklin, tick-
ets; and Karl E. Henion II and
Roy Smith, publicity.

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Decorations will include replicas
of Ann Arbor stores and familiar
campus meeting places. Patrons
will be seated near a facsimile of,
the Arboretum. Commercial sign-
boards, funny signs and stop signs
and blinker lights donated by the
Ann Arbor police department will
complete the decorations.
Dick Jurgens, well-known for
his cdmpositions "Careless,"
"Elmer's Tune," and "One Dozen
Roses," will play for the Senior
Ball. Jurgens organized his band
after college and played at Cali-
fornia resorts.
A tour of West Coast ballrooms
and hotels followed. After joining
the Marine Corps, Jurgens trav-
elled 51 thousand miles to play for
service audiences. Jurgens' Ma-
rine band was widely acclaimed
as one of the finest of the war.
In addition to being a composer
and band leader, Jurgens super-
vises all of the band's arrange-
ments. The band has appeared on
many network radio broadcasts,
including the Fitch Bandwagon
and Spotlight Band shows.
Fraternity Plans
Centennial Dance
As part of a national celebration
of the founding of Zeta Psi fra-
ternity 100 years ago, the Michigan
chapter will present a dinner
dance for members and alumni
from 7:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Satur-
day in the ballroom of a Detroit
hotel.
Wall Engle and his orchestra.
well-known in Detroit, have been
engaged to play for the event. En-
tertainment will be provided by
the Zeta Psi quartet, which have
sung recently at several campus
dances.
Co-chairman for the dance are
Ken Gould and Ed Perkins, Don
Straith is in charge of publicity.
Ex-governor and Mrs. William
Comstock, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Parcells, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Crawford Frost will be patrons for
the affair.
WAA Golf Contest
The WAA Pitch and Putt Club
will hold a putting contest from
4:30 to 5:30 p.m. today and tomor-
row at the WAB.
Competitors will putt around the
course twice, and prizes will be
awarded. Each woman should
come only one of the two days.
There will be a meeting of
Senior Society at 5 p.m. today
at the League. All new mem-
bers should attend. Election
of officers will be held.

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Newberry To Defend Title
Won for Past Two Years;
25 Groups To ParticipateI
The traditional Lantern Night
song contest to be held Monday
in Hill Auditorium will be open
to the public.
A varied program of 25 songs
will be presented. Since 25 groups
will participate, the first floor of
the auditorium has been reserved
for them and guests are asked to
sit in the balcony.
-Newberry To Defend Trophy
Groups singing numbers rang-
ing from lively folk songs to relig-
ious selections w iI11 compete
against Helen Newberry Residence
for the trophy which it has held
for the past two years. Selections
will be judged on clearness, neat-
ness of appearance and the musi-
cal standard of the song.
Order in the program is deter-
mined by drawing. Groups partici-
pating include: Alpha Eta. Sigma
Delta Tau, Alpha Delta Pi. Alpha
Omicron Pi, Delta Delta Delta,
Helen Newberry. Mosher, Adelia
Cheever, Collegiate Sorosis.
Participants Listed
Other groups are: Betsy Bar-
bour, Jordan, Alpha Xi Delta, Pi
Beta Phi, Chi Omega, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, Kappa Delta., Alpha
Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, Ze a Tau
Alpha, Stockwell.
The list concludes with: Delta
Gamma, Alpha Chi Omega, Mar-
tha Cook, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
and Kappa Alpha Theta.
March To Begin at 6:45
The traditional line of march
will form at 6:45 in front of Angell
Hall. All campus coeds may par-
ticipate in this march which will
proceed around campus to the
mall between the League and Hill
Auditorium. The line will be
formed into a block M to sing the
Yellow and Blue and the Star-
Spangled Banner.
Coeds will line up five abreast
and each senior will be flanked by
four underclassmen. Seniors will
don their caps and gowns while
underclassmen will wear colored
hairbows denoting their class.
Juniors will wear yellow bows,
sophomores will wear red bows,
and freshmen will wear the tradi-
tional green.
This year's line of march will be
led by the five women who hold
the top coed positions on cam-
pus.
Hiawatha Group
Will Meet Today
The Hiawatha Club, a social or-
ganization for Upper Peninsula
students, will hold its final meeting
of the semester at 8 p.m. today in;
the Union.
Plans for asummer reunion in
the Upper Peninsula will be dis-
cussed, and the reorganization
committee for next year will be
appointed.

The Wolverine Girls Sate. a
week's program for girls between
the ages of 15 and 18, will be held
from June 17 to 24 at. the Univer-
sity for the seventh consecutive
year under the auspices of the
American Legion Auxiliary.
No ore may be accepted for
regi tration who has previously at-
tended the week's prograrm. Eachl
girl who registers must be spon-
sored by some organization, and
must pledge upon entering that
she will report back to her-spon-
sorin- group shortly after her re-
turn to describe her experiences
at girls State. No girl attending
will be given leave of absence dur-
ing the week except in cases of
grave emergency.
Girls' State is limited to 216
members. These 216 will be
formed into colonies of 18 each,
and one counselor will be as-
signed to each of the colonies.
A chief counselor will supervise
the work of the counselors. The
chief counselor will be a mem-
ber of the University Residence
Halls Personnel staff, and the
counselors will be upper class
leaders in women's activities
at the University.

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The girls attending will be
housed in Stoekwell Hall, and will
be expected to observe conditions
and i'egulations observed by Uni-
versily students.
Staff nurses will be in atten-
dance, and the service of doctors
from Health Service and the Uni-
versity Hospital will be available
whenev"er necessary.
Before a girl may be accept-
ed for Girls' Slate, she must un-
dergo a complete physical ex-
arnation by a local physician.
: Upon arrival on campus a check-
. zp xaminatiin will be made by
: 'niversity health officials.
Regular members of th Univer-
sity staff will offer instruction and
demonstrations in household arts.
home economics. hospital work
and nursing, dramatics, fine arts,
physical education, dietetics and
allied subjects.
Members attending may use
any of the recreational facilities
of the University in order that
games and sports may be inter-
spersed with the serious phrases
of the program.

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