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February 21, 1947 - Image 5

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iual Caduceus Ball To Be Presented Today



lens Will Sponsor Dance
/en for Medical Students

Guests To Receive
Special Programs
A medical theme will predomi-
nate at the fifteenth annual Ca-
duceus Ball to be presented from
9 p.m. to midnight today in the
Union Ballroom.
Feature of the decorations ill
be the transformation of the rooms
adjoining the ballroom into vari-
ous departments of a hospital,
complete with equipment which
includes many "improvements."
Caricatures of doctors and medi-
cal faculty members will carry out
the medical atmosphere.
Caduceus Ball is named after
the symbol of the medical pro-
fession, the serpent-entwined
and winged staff of Mercury.
The dance is presented by Gal-
ens, honorary 2medical society,
and attendance is limited to
physicians, medical students,
and patrons. Tickets may be se-
cured from members of Galens
or from the Galens newsstand
in the University Hospital.
Highlight of the intermission
program will be a neuro-psychia-
tric interview enacted by John
Shaw and "Buzz" Gallaway. The
entertainment will include the

-warding of a.door prize, a vocal,
the "The Three Andrews Sisters,"*
and the selection of a coed to pre-
side over the program.
Caduceus Ball will be semi-
formal, and programs have been
planned to be distributed to all
women guests. Dr. and Mrs.
James L. Wilson and Dr. and
Mrs. Lyndon Lee will be chap-
erones for the evening. The pa-
trons will include all of the pro-
fessors of the medical faculty
and their guests. Frank Tinker,
regular union dance orchestra,
will provide the music.
Marvin Wolf and Monty Malach
have been chosen co-chairmen for
the dance. Central committee
heads are Carl Blunch, patrons;
James Quinn, programs; Court-
ney Van der Veer, tickets; Peter
Mc Gee, decorations; Harvey J.
Gallaway, intermission entertain-
ment; and Donald Bowne, public-
When washing delicate neck-
wear, place it in a. wide-mouthed
jar filled with suds and shake.
This saves wear on fragile lace and
fabric. It saves soap, too, because
of the small amount of ,water.

Casbah Dance
Will Feature
New Theme
A completely new and novel
decorative theme will be the high-
light of this week's Campus Cas-
bah dances. from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today and tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
Allen Townsend and his or-
chestra will be on hand to fur-
nish music for the guests, featur-
ing Cliff Hoff on the tenor sax
and Lois Roberts' vocals.
Entertainment will include some
specialty South American dances
by Chico Kennedy and his part-
ner Nancy Lewis. Sheldon Rose,
baritone, and Jackie Ward, will
also be heard on the program.
The campus nightclub is open to
students every Friday and Satur-
day for dancing and entertain-
ment. Refreshments are served.
Tickets may be obtained at the
main desk in the League.
The decorations committee
for Assembly Ball will meet at
5 p.m. Monday in the League.
The room number will be post-
ed on the board in the lobby
on Monday.

Cast of JO Play Is fnnounced
Coed Wil Meet Today in League

Mayor and Mrs. William E.* Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Brown, Jr. of Ann Arbor have re- Farmington have anna
vealed the engagement of their engagement of their dau
daughter, Patricia Palmer, to Mr. rinne, to Mr. James E.
Robert D. Seiler, son of Mr. and son of Mr. and Mrs. G1
Mrs. Paul W. Seiler of Detroit and send of Petoskey. Miss
Farmington. Miss Brown attended senior in the literary c
the University and is affiliated members of Zeta Tau
with the Delta Gamma sorority. Townsend is enrolled ii
Mr. Seiler was graduated from law curriculum at the

A meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
today in the League for the entire
cast of Junior Girls Play, accord-
ing to Dolores Massey, publicity
Coeds having singing, dancing
or acting parts in the play are
Grace Foster, Lois Ann Lockwood,
Betty Haga, Bess Tamura, Jeanne
Deary, Lucille Kennedy, Louise
Prangly, Jane Quail, Mary Rang-
er, Eleanor Reed, Elaine Reuhl,
Ann Richardson, Shirley Russell,
Barbara Lee Smith, Sue Smith,
Claire Schwebel and Sarah Sim-
The list continues with Rosa-
lie Spence, Sarah Jane Steven-
son, Janet Sutter, Roxana Tay-
ler, Sue Taylor, Jeanne Thorne,
Fran Welker, Francile Worth-
man, Jane Baker, Janice Smith,
Joyce Katz, Gloria Johnston,
Ruth Klausner, Skippy Knoop,
Audrey Laurence, Norma Levy,
Carol Lieberman, Shirley Loeb-
lich, Betty Lou McGeath, Gladys
Martin, Mickey Mayer, Vivian
Miller and Sally Mock.
Also included in the cast are Pat
Morley, Lee Nack, Ruthann Perry
Fitzgerald, Margaret Parker, Bar-
bara Peterson, Jean Pettigrew,

. - _ _ _ _

Sonja Drews, Bonnie Elms, Sally
Forman, 'Virginia Gaiser, Janice
Goodsell, Mary Ellen Gray, Janice
Green, Muriel Green, Marilyn
Hendricks, Mabel Holmes, Joan
Hyde, Doris Johnson, Mary Lee
Krupa, Maryjane Albright, Co-
rinne Azen, Dorothy Beatty and
Jean Bechtel.
Continuing the list are Lois
Bendes, Alline Brown, Corinne
Brennan, Marian Burton, Betty
Carlson, Pat Chaffee, Ann Davis,
Barbara Dangel, Jane Dahlberg,
Mary Margaret Dodson, Phyllis
Vandenberg, Billy VanDyke,
Barbara Merrill, Nancy Helmick,
Naida Chern ewr, Charlotte
Boehm, Gladys Savitt and Faith
More coeds in the JG Play cast
are Mary Jane Brender, Joyce
Henry, Jean Thalner, Joan Lind-
say, Helen House, Dorie Diekema;
Doris Sams, Carol Holly, Nancy
Stanton, Sue Davis, Shirley Green-
All eligible junior women
who are interested in working
on committees for Junior Girls
Play may sign up Monday and
Tuesday in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League.
berg, Peggy Bott, Katherine El-
lison, Janet Blanchard, Lillian
Dietrich, Louise Cunningham, Pol-
lee Thompson, Patsy Wager and
Judy Reaser.
The list continues'with Nancy
Shattuck, Jean Eddy, Josephine
German, Marcella Kratt, Vir-
ginia Olberding, Pat- Slaughter,
Karla Walton, Joan Marquardt,
Fran Gerche, Jane Baker, June
Collins, Tass Dempsey, Janet

Pease, Zena Friedland, Jerry
Honey, Pat Gillilan, Elizabeth
Makielski, and Katherine Frick.
The list concludes with Jane Ald,
Margaret Brown, Janet Osgood,
Sally Stamats, Alice Carlson, Lynn
Cromer, Betty Aschenbrenner,
Joan Foxgrover, Pat Peterson,
Marilynn Schaefer, Gretchen
Geigenmueller and Peggy Harold.
W PAG Announces
Orchestra To Play
At Assembly Ball
The name of the nationally
known orchestra which has been
contracted to play for the annual
Assembly Ball, will be revealed at
1:45 p.m. tomorrow on the "Michi-
gan Maize" radio program over
station WPAG.
The traditional woman-bid af-
fair will be presented by Assem-
bly Association from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, March 7, in the In-
tramural Building, and will be en-
titled "High Tide." Decorations,
including fish netting and cari-
catures, will carry out the under-
water theme,
Ticket Sales Begin Monday
Tickets for the dance will go on
sale beginning Monday in all
women's dormitories, and a booth
will be set up in the League from
4:30 to 5:30 p.m. every day next
week. Sales will be confined to in-
dependent women until Monday,
March 3, when tickets will be avail-
able to affiliated -coeds.
. Women are reminded by Betty
Spillman, general chairman, that
they will be required to present
their Assembly Membership Cards,
'if they wish to purchase tickets
within the next week; and empha-
sized that a maximum of 1500
tickets will be sold. Membership
cards may be obtained from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and
Thursday, in the Assembly Office,
Room D on the third floor of the
Late Permission Granted
Although "High Tide" will be a
semi-formal affair, men are asked
to dress formally, if possible. Late
permission will be given by the
Dean of Women's Office to all
coeds who attend the dance.
Along with ball tickets Senior
Society will sell tickets for carna-
tions which wil be distributed by
members of the honorary society
at the dance, Shirley Hanson an-

Cranbrook School, attended the
University of Virginia, and be-
longs to Alpha Tau Omega. The
couple plan to be married this

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Alpha Tau Omega is holding an
informal dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight today.
Zeta Tau Alpha will give the
"Cherry Tree Hop" from 9 p.m.
to midnight today.
Phi Chi will hold a dinner at the
fraternity house to precede the Ca-
duceus Ball at 7:30 p.m. today.
The Lawyers Club is giving an
informal dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow, with Lee
Stewart's band to supply music.
The dance is a traditional festiv-
ity, which is always held on Feb-
ruary 22.
A dance will be held at the
League by. Chicago House tomor-
Several record dances will be
held at . the various fraternity
houses tomorrow. Delta Upsilon,
Sigmna Chi, and Sigma Nu are
planning informal mixers from 9
p.m. to midnight. Delta Tau Delta
will have an informal dance from
8 p.m. to midnight.
Henderson House has arranged
a hard times party for tomorrow
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight, and
guests will come in costume. The
decorations and entertainment
will continue this theme.
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