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February 22, 1947 - Image 5

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. iviaize

Will Disclose

ame of Assembly Ball Band

To Be Qiven

'once Ticket Sale
o Begin Monday

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The name of the nationally
nous orchestra which has been
:ned to play for Assembly Ball
Friday, March 7, at the Intra-
aral Building, will be disclosed
1:45 p.m. today on the "Mich-
n Maize" program over station
PAG, preceding the opening of
ket sales Monday.
Ihe student - sponsored radio*
oadcast gives a weekly report of
'npus events and activities, an ?
lay will reveal many of tIle
rtinent details concerning the
iditional coed-bid affair.

Sales at League, Dorms1
Tickets will go on sale for all
independent women, starting on
Monday in the various dormitor-
ies; and a booth will be set up
in the League from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. every day next week, ac-
cording to. Shirley Loeblich, pub-;
licity chairman. hIowever, sales'
will be opened to affiliated women
beginning Monday, March 3.
A maximum of 1,500 tickets will
be sold, so that independent coeds
are urged to purchase theirs as
soon as possible. In order to do
so, they will be required to present
their Assembly Membership Cards,
which may be obtained from 3

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1 to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday,
and Thursday, in the Assembly
Office, Room D, on the third floor
of the League.
Dance To Be Semi-Formal
The dance, which will be semi-
formal, is to be called "High Tide,,"
and decorations will carry out the
underwater theme. Coeds have
been given late permission by the
Office of the Dean of Women, so
that the affair will continue from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Members of Senior Society, hon-
or society for independent senior
women, will sell tickets to the
Ball, as well as sponsoring a con-
cession for selling carnations at
the dance.
WAA Notices
The Swimming Club will not
meet today because of Washing-
ton's birthday.
The basketball tournament
schedule for the coming week is
as follows:
Monday: Co-op Girls vs Ann Ar-
bor Girls II, Delta Gamma vs Kap-
pa Alpha Theta I at 5:10 p.m.
Newberry II vs Chi Omega, Jor-
dan VI vs Alpha Omicron Pi at
7:30 p.m. Jordan III vs Betsy
Barbour I, Zone I vs Couzens V at
Tuesday: Alpha Phi I vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma I, Zeta Tau Alpha
II vs Zeta Tau Alpha I at 5:10 p.m.
Wednesday: Alpha Delta Pi I vs
Alpha Zi Delta I, Alpha Gamma
Delta II vs Alpha Epsilon Phi at
5:10 p.m.
Thursday: Pi Beta Phi III vs
Alpha Xi Delta II, Sorosis III vs
Alpha Chi Omega at 5:10 p.m.

Two $750 fellowships and one
tuition scholarship of $200 are
being offered by the Alumnae
Council of the Alumni Associa-
tion of the University of Michigan
for the academic year of 1947-48.
The Lucy Elliott and Alice Lloyd
Fellowships are open to women
who are graduates of an accredit-
ed college, or university. They
may be used by a University of
Michigan graduate for work at
any college or university, but a
graduate of any other university
will be required to use the award
for work on the Michigan campus.
Applications for the fellow-
ships may be made throulthe
Alumnae Council Office at the
League, and must be filed by
March 1.
Personality, achievement, an~d
scholastic ability will be consid-
ered in granting the awards. which
will be announced br April 1.
The Jane Stanley Tuition
Scholarship is available to
women students in the School
of Architecture, preferably to
those in the junior or senior
year. The award will be granted
in recognition of outstanding
ability in the student's chosen
This scholarship is given. in
memory of -the late Jane Stanley,
a Michigan artist whose sketches
of campus buildings have been
reproduced on postal cards and
folders and made available to
the public through the Alumnae
Council Office. Royalties from
these sales, which would custom-
arily revert to the Stanley family,
have been given to create this
scholarship fund.
Application blanks for the
scholarship may be obtained at
the Alumnae Council Office in
the League, and must be re-
turned there by March 15. The
award will be announced by
April 1.
The Committee on Awards con-
sists of Mrs. Robert Watt, of Bir-
mingham, chairman; Mrs. Lola
Hanavan, Chairman of the Alum-
nae Council; Miss Alice Lloyd,
Dean of Women; Dr. Peter Okkel-
berg, Assistant Dean of the Grad-
uate School; and Mrs. Lucile B.
Conger, Executive Secretary of the
Alumnae Council.
Cleaning upholstered furniture
at home with dry suds is one way
to get more for your time and
money by conservation of what
you have.
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

Ice Skating Open
TO AllI Students
The AA Ice Skating Club
skates from 1 to 3 P.m. every
Tuesday and Thursday at the Col-
esium, and club membership is
open to all University men and
Any student who wishes may
skate at these times. The club
plans to present a carnival on
March 9 and 10 in conjunction
with the Ann Arbor Skating Club.
Practice for the carnival is held
from 1 to 3 p.m. each Thursday.

JQP Positions.
Open to Coeds
Junior women interested in
working on Junior Girls' Play
may sign up Monday and Tuesday
in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.
Although acting, singing, and7
dancing parts have already been,
assigned for the production, there'
are still many committees need-j
ing coed workers. Women signing
up for JGP work must have eligi-
bility cards. '

To Begin Activities Tu



All coes interested in modern
dance are urged to join the WAA
Modern Dance Club which will
hold its first meeting of the spring
semester at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Barbour Gym, according to Melva
Weinberger, club chairman.
"Though possessed of the grace-
ful beauty of ballet and the in-
trinsic rhythm of tap, modern
dance cannot be classified with
either. Its distinguishing charac-

teristic is its complete indi
ity and originality, Miss We
er said.
Dancers wear no shoes, a
sort of costume that allot
movement. "Basic exerci.
technique practice are usec
the pace for a session. Afi
however, each dancer is
own, and composes, with he
body, a pattern that fits t
sic she hears,", she added.

bility cards. either. Its distinguishing charac- sic she hears," she added.







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(Continued from Page 4)
sents Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, who
will speak on "Palestine: 20 Years
Ago and Now," 8 p.m., Sun., Feb.
23, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation.
Memorial Christian Church (Dis-
ciples of Christ)
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Morning Worship 10:50 a.m.,
Rev. F. E. Zendt preaching on
"Speaking of Faith". Nursery for
children during the service.
Congregational - Disciples Guild
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Congregational Church at 6 p.m.,
Sun. Victoria Ling and Kwang Ya
Chu will take part in the pro-
First Unitarian Church
Edward H. Redman, Minister
11:00 a.m., Service of Worship.
EdwardH. Redman preaching on:
"The Story of Joseph Priestley".
5:30 p.m., Vesper Service. Ed-
ward H. Redman preaching on:
"Religion Says: 'You Can'"
6:30 p.m. Unitarian Student
Group Supper and Discussion:
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