;MAY 23, 1947 1
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Couples will dance to the music
of Dick Jurgens and his orchestra
from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. today at
the Intramural Building when
the senior class presents "M-47,"
the last all-campus formal dance
of the year. .
As a special feature of the Sen-
ior Ball, chairs will be set up in
Ferry Field and refreshments will
be served out-of-doors. A public
address system will carry Dick
Jurgens' music outside. Dancers
may get refreshments inside the
Intramural Building from ginger
ale dispensers which will be set up
around the dance floor.
Novel dance programs in the form
of miniature road maps will serve
as favors for womexC guests at
Senior Ball. The nr..ps will open up
to reveal a map showing a stu-
dents-eye view of the campus.
The theme of "M-47" will be
nostalgic, and will highlight re-
minders of college days with typi-
cal highway advertisements. Bill-
boards bearing commercial signs,
Varga girls and funny sayings
will be part of the highway theme.
Decorations will include stop signs
and blinker lights borrowed from
the Ann Arbor police department.
Replicas of well-known Ann Ar-
bor stores, iheatres and meeting
places will line the dance floor.
One end of the floor will be trans-
formed into a miniature arboretum
in which the patrons will be seat-
ed. Dancers will have the vantage
point of automobile passengers
riding along a country highway.
Women students have been
granted 2:45 a.m. permission for
the formal affair. The committee
requests that no corsages be worn
at Senior Ball.
Dick Jurgens is well known on
the West Coast and in the Mid-
west where he has toured hotels,
theatres and ballrooms. In addi-
tion to his work as band leader and
arranger, Jurgens has written
many hit tunes, including "Do
You Care," "Careless," and "El-
mer's Tune." The band has ap-
peared on many network radio
broadcasts and was featured on
the Fitch Bandwagon and Spot-
light Band shows.
Bob Grandy is chairman of the
1947 Senior Ball committee which
was chosen by the class officers.
Other committee heads are: Dick
Chenowith and Frank Boni, pub-
licity; Marge Kohlhasse and Bob
Pear, building and grounds; Lois
Iverson, programs; Jerry Comer,
budget; Cliff Myll, refreshments;
Hank Kaiser, music; Nancy Loud
and Marilyn Holten, tickets;Joan
Schlee and Don Larson, decora-
tions; and Jeanne Busch, patrons.
Names of Rushing
Aides Announced I
Panhellenic Association has an-
nounced the names of its newly
elected rushing aides.
They are Jean Blinn, Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Corinne Schield,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Jean Lee Van
Leeuwen, Gamma Phi Beta; Joyce
Gould, Alpha Epsilon Phi: and
Shirley Kallman, Sigma Delta
The rushing chairman of Pan-
hellenic Association will contact
them about the next meeting.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is planning
"Black and White Ball." which will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Thursday, at the Washtenaw
All women attending will wear
white formals to carry out the
title of the dance. "Black and
White Ball" has been a traditional
spring formal in the southern col-
lege chapters of SAE, but the
Michigan chapter is the first of the
big nine mid-western colleges to
sponsor this type of an affair.
Buddy Rich and his orchestra
of sixteen pieces will play for the
dance. Featured will be Allen
Eager, on the tenor saxophone;
Earl Swope, trombone player; and
Tommy Allison, on the trumpet.
Three buses have been hired
from the University to carry SAE
guests to the country club.
There will be a meeting for
all new members of Wyvern at
1 p.m. Saturday in the League.
The room will be posted on the
The Executive Council of the
Union will sponsor "Bluebook
Ball" from 9 to 12 p.m. Saturday,
May 31 in the Union ballroom.
Frank Tinker and his orches-
tra will provide the music for
dancing, and intermission enter-
tainment is being planned. The
program will be announced later.
Decorations will center on a
bluebook theme, and programs will
be miniature bluebooks. This will
be the nextrto the last dance to be
held at the Union this term.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hayes of
Cleveland, have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Pa-
tricia, to James A. O'Connor, son
of Mr. and Mrs.sA. J. O'Connor of
Miss Hayes is retiring president
of Delta Delta Delta, vice-presi-
dent of the senior class and is a
nember of Scroll and Zeta Phi
Eta. Mr. O'Connor will graduate
from Law School in July and is a
member of Phi Delta Phi and Bar-
risters. No date has been set for
This Week end
The Campus Casbah will be
open from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
day and tomorrow in the League
Ballroom, marking the close of the
season of weekend dances.
Al Townsend and his band, fea-
turing Cliff Hoff, tenor sax, and
Lois Roberts, vocalist, will pro-
vide music for dancing.
During intermission guests will
be entertained by Lynn Wohlge-
muth singing songs from recent
musical comedies. Miss Wohlge-
muth is a student in the School of
Music and has appeared at the
Casbah several times.
The program will also feature
the comedy team of Warren Rob-
bins and Hazen Schumacher, who
have appeared at campus dances
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The WAA Rifle Club has com-
pleted the 1946-47 season partici-
pating in 19 matches, winning
seven and losing twelve.
Matches won by Michigan include
University of Alaska, University of
Wisconsin, University of Kansas,
Cornell University, Ohio State
University, Massachusetts State'
College, Knox College.
Matches were lost to Carnegie
Institute of Technology, Drexel
Institute of Technology, Beaver
College, Ripon College, Pennsyl-
vania State College, South Dakota
WAA Club Announces Season
State College, Oklahoma A & M,
George Washington University,
Texas State College for Women,
University of New Hampshire, Uni-
versity of Hawaii and University
of North Dakota.
Averages for individual club
members for the year are Gloria
Miller, 98; Lydia Creed, 97.5; Bar-
bara Crosby. 95.1; Dorothy Hall,
93.7: Lynn Menke, 93.5; Marilyn
Barbara Crosby, manager for
1946-47, will be succeeded by Lydia
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