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1947

T-uMfrMICIUGAN DAH .'

Senior

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Continue Union Plans

Casbah To End Spring

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Jurgens To Play For M-47'

Dance At l-M BuildinFriday
Tickets for the 1947 Senior Ball, Jurgens enlarged his outfit to
which will feature the music of 14 members.
Dick Jurgens and his orchestra, After a lip injury caused by an
will be on sale from 9 a.m. to noon
and from 1 to 3 p.m. today at the automobile accident, Jurgens was
0oothin University Hall and on no longer able to play the trumpet
he Diagonal. and became the leader exclusively.
Tomorrow and Friday tickets The band was so popular at resort
will be on sale only at the booth hotels that a tour of West Coast
in University Hall. Sales are open and Midwest ballrooms and thea-
to members of all classes. "M-47" tres followed.
will be held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. After joining the Marine
Friday at the Intramural Building, Corps, Jurgens traveled 51
and women will have 2:45 a.m. thousand miles to play for al-
permission for the dance. most two millian servicemen.
Dick Jurgens formed his band The unit was widely acclaimed
while attending junior college, as one of the finest of the war,
and three of the six original and on its return played a com-
members are still with him. The niand performance for President
band played at California resorts Truman. After a West Coast
during the summer, and at the bond tour the Marine band was
request of one hotel manager broken up.
Dick Jurgens is well-known as
Off icers Chosen a composer and supervises all of
his band's arrangements himself.
Phi Epsilon Kappa. honorary Among his compositions are "I Do,
physical education fraternity, re- Do You," "Do You Care," "One
cently elected officers for the year Dozen Roses" and "Careless." The
1947-48. These include James band has appeared on many net-
Holgate, president; Ralph Kohl, work radio broadcasts, including
vice-president; Don Bacon, sec- the "Fitch Bandwagon" and the
retary; and John Allred, treasurer. "Spotlight Band" shows.
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Wyvern Taps Dancinv Class;
Soph Coeds Honors Cocdst
Clad in their traditional yellow Coed assistant teachers for the
and brown, and singing their League Dancing: Classes. who at-
"Damn, damn,"' tapping song, Wy- tended six of the eight class meet-i
vern, junidr women's honorary ings have been placed on an honor
society, tapped twenty new mem- roll.
bers during dinner hour yesterday , The dancing classes were heldc
according to Carol Lieberman. this summer for an eight week
president. term. One beginning and two in-
Those who were honored in- termediate classes were taught
cluded Polly Hanson, Betty Estes by John Guin. The dancing
and Virginia Garritsen, Delta Del- classes, first held in 1933-34, will
ta. Delta; Bobbie Jo Ream and be continued next fail. Shirley
Ruth Sights, Kappa Kappa Mattern, retiring chairman, will
Gamma; Pat Hannagan. Delta be succeeded by Sue Smith.
Gamma; Harriet Fenske and Dor- Coeds attending at least six
othy Ellis, Pi Beta Phi: Mary Car- of' the eight classes are Barbara
oline Wright, Alpha Phi; and Co- Aliemans, Arlene Brice, Teddy
rinne Shield and Mary Ann Brice, I Courtney, Catherine Corsrn,
Alpha Omicron Pi. Lydia c'reed, Carolyn Dewey,
The list continues with Eugenia Maril n ewey, Margret Dhu
McCallum, Chi Omega; Allegra Gerstner and Jane Harden.ut
Pasqualletti, Stockwell; Harriet
Friedman and Lois Garnitz, Alpha The list continues with Anne
Epsilon Phi; Gwen Sperlich, Gam- Holzhaver, Pat Hall, Jackie John-?
ma Phi Beta; Marjorie Zaller and son, Lillian Larson, Rachel Leash.
Harriet Mermelstein, Sigma Delta Elizabeth Mak i e lski, Marjorie
Tau: Patricia Peter, Martha Cook; Makielski. Barbara McLoechlan.
and Margaret Frostic, Betsy Bar- Doris Massey and Priscilla Nebel,
bour. Others are June Pollard, Bea
After tapping ceremonies were Richards, Bernice Southworth,
completed, the group returned to Jan Taylor, Ada Byland, Andrey
the Russian Tea Room at the Finley, Edna Foster, Janet Kas-
League for refreshments. Mrs. tenLautk, Sandra Loeb and Nail-
Elsie Fuller, Assistant Dean of cy Lockwood.
Women, and this year's adviser to fe list concludes with Norine
Wyvern acted as hostess for the Morgan. Elinor Moxness, Rodii
affair. Ree. Patricia Robson, Marian

BIuebU KD Bail
The Bluebook Ball, sponsored
by the Executive Council of thel
Union. will be held from 9 p.m. to1
midnight Saturday, May 31 in the
Union Ballroom.
Decorations have been planned
around the bluebook theme, and
intermission entertainment will be
given. The programs are to be
miniature bluebooks. Frank Tink-
er's orchestra will furnish music
for the dance.

As the close of a successful sea-
son of weekend dances, the Cam-
pus Casbah will be open from 9
p.m to midnight Friday and Sat-
uirday in the League Ballroom..
Dancers will be entertained dur-
ing intermission by a comedy team,
Warren Robbins and Hazen Schu-
macher, who were featured at a
recent campus dance; and will
hear the debute of a quartet sing-
ing popuar songs. Allen Townsend
and his band will furnish the mu-
tis for the affair.
The Casbah will close after the

final Saturday dance and will re-
open at the beginning of summer
session.
Al Chase and his band have been
engaged to play for the coming
season. the committee announced.
During the summer the Casbah
will invite all students, individu-
ally and in couples, to attend the
weekend dances.
The central committee for
JGP will meet at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Leag-ue.

Tennis Round
TO Be Played
Players in the third round of the

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tennis tournaments must play off
this round before Friday.
Two tournaments are in prog-
ress, both in the third of a six
round series. One is an all cam-
pus women's doubles; the other isl
a mixed doubles tournament open.
only to members of the WAA Ten-
nis Club and their partners.
Players are given preference on
the Palmer Field courts when
playing tournament matches
Mortar Board
To Hold Meeting
Mortar Board, honorary society
for senior women, will meet at
5:15 p.m. tomorrow in the League,
according to Pamela Wrinch, pres-
ident.
Other recently elected officers
are: Penny Klausner, vice-presi-
denzt;Sarah Simons, secretary;
Keitha Harmon, treasurer; and
Mary Ruth Levy, historian.
WAA SoftbaI I
Games in the WAA Softball
tournament scheduled for this
week are as follows:
Thursday: Alpha Phi plays
winner of Jordan V game that is
played on Wednesday, at 5:10
p.m.; winner of Jordan IV vs. Zone
II team II plays winner of Jordan
III game that is played on Wed-
nesday, at 7:10 p.m.

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Formal initiation ceremonies'
were held at 7 a.m. today in the
League Chapel, and will be fol-
lowed by election of officers for
the coming year. Initiates will be
required to wear yellow and brown
during the entire day.
Scroll To Sponsor
Annual Luncheon
Scroll, honorary society for af-
filiated women, will hold its an-
nual luncheon at noon Wednesday
in the League Dining Room.
The luncheon will honor old
members. Plans for the sale of
subscriptions for the Michigap
Alumnus Thursday will be dis-
cussed.
Officers of Scroll are Virginia
Olberding, president; -Nancy Neu-
man, vice-president; Camille Ayo,
secretary; and Jane Quail treas-
urer.

Smith. Alice Scott. Barbara Yeo-
mans, Joan Richardson and Karla
Walton.
Election Results
Kappa Sigma announces offi-
cers for the year 1947-48. They
are John H. Morrison, president:
Frank L. Wardley, vice-president:
R-,obert Van Norstrand, second
vice-president; John 1. Rochelle,
treasurer: and Nick P. Hadiaris,
secretary.
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Plan your summer wardrob
to include plenty of play
clothes. THE MADEMOI-
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choose a gay colored bathin
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match, and for informal wea
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