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iditional Assembly Ball To Be Given
Intramural Building Friday, March 7

Tomny Tucker and his orches-
a have been contracted to play
r Assembly Ball, to be present-
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
arch 7, at the Intramural Buil-
g according to Shirley Loeb-
Ti, publicity chairman.
Heralded by the popular phrase,
i's Tommy Tucker Time," tshe
,nd has been highlighted
roughout the country, in such
ll-known hotels as the Astor
d the New Yorker, in New -York
ty; as well as favorite dancing
ots such as the Paladium in
31lywood, and Frank Daily's
eadowbrook in New Jersey.
On the air, Tucker has been
eard on the major networks on
ich programs as the "Fitch
andwagon" and the "Spotlight
ands" program. He has also
ecently completed a series on
he "dot O' Gold" radio show.
Featuring Don Brown, baritone,
d Kerwin Somerville, novelty
ger, Tucker's records have been
nsistent best-sellers in both the
eet and swing arrangements.
chaps his most popular one was
Don't Want To Set the World
Fire."
The dance, which is entitled
ligh Tide," is a traditional
mi-formal affair, presented by
ssembly Association as a coed
d dance. Independent women
ill have priority in purchasing
ekets, and sales will be restrict..
1 to them all this week. How
'er, tickets will be available to
filiated women beginning next
onday.

This week, tickets will be sold in
all dormitories, and there will be
a booth setup from 3 to 5:30 p.m.
every day in the League. In order
to purchase tickets, coeds must
present their Assembly Member-
ship Cards, which may be obtained
in the Assembly Office, Rm. D, on
the third floor of the League.
Over half of the tickets have
been sold already, and they are go-
ing very fast, according to Shirley
Loeblich, publicity chairman.
Semester Events
Will Be Planned
By Hiawatha Club
The Hiawatha Club, a social or-
ganization for students from the
Upper Peninsula will elect new
officers at its regular meeting at
8 p.m. today in the Union.
Social and sports events for the
semester will be planned. "It is
important that all members and
prospective members attend this
meeting since the program for the
semester will be planned at it" Lil-
lian Winquist, stated.
Anyone desiring further infor-
mation about the club may call
Miss Winquist, 2-4561.
Whip your soap flakes in a lit-
tle hot water with an egg beater,
and you will need fewer flakes and
get better results.
Nylon blouses are very handy for
traveling as they keep that band-
box look without ironing.

TOMMY TUCKER.. .

Band Popularity

League Mixer
Opened To All
Independents
All independent women on cam-
pus may attend a mixer dance to
be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday
in the League Ballroom.
This is the third in a series of
dances sponsored by league house
women and formerly limited to
only those coeds living in league
houses. All independent women
are now urged to attend the af-
fair, according to Blanche Ber-
ger, general chairman, "To dance,
spend a pleasant afternoon and
meet other students."
Tickets may be purchased
every afternoon this week from
2 to 5 p.m. in the League lobby
and at the door.
All men on campus are invited
to be guests of the coeds. There
will be cut-in dances to favorite
records. Card tables will be set
up and cards supplied for those
interested, and refreshments will
be served. Women are urged to
dress informally.
The mixers which are now
called League dances will be held
every two weeks in the future.I
Assisting Miss Berger are Lib-
by Myers in charge of entertain-
ment; Gladys Relkin tickets; Ruth
Jadrosich decorations; and Shir-
lee Rich publicity.
Sterling silver will improve with
wear if it is washed occasionally
in hot soapy water, rinsed in clear
hot water, and dried immediately
with a clean, soft cloth.

WAA Clubs
Will Meet
THE WAA BASKETBALL CLUB
will hold its organization meeting
at 4 p.m. Friday in Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Plans for the semester include
games with other schools and
teams. Among the games sched-
uled is one with Ypsilanti, and a
playday with Ann Arbor High
School.
Everyone interested in basket-
ball is invited to attend this meet-
ing. Members will be divided into
teams according to their experi-
ence.
Try-outs will be held to deter-
mine which team each coed should
be on. There will be two or three
,teams of experienced women who
will play exhibition games with
other schools.
THE WAA ARCHERY CLUB
will meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
basement of the WAB.
This meeting will be a practice
period for members. Everyone in-
terested in shooting or learning to
shoot is invited to attend. First
semester freshmen are eligible, and
instruction will be provided for be-
ginners. Anyone having questions
may call Pat Newberg at 2-4471.
THE WAA BOARD will meet at
4:30 p.m. today in the WAb
lounge, according to Jean Brown,
president.
Nylon hair brushes will keep
their stiffness longer if they are
cleaned by immersion in hot, then
cold water.

Survey

To Start

Eligible Coeds
May Instruct
Dance Class
A mass meeting for all prospec-'
tive assistant teachers of the
League dancing classes will be held
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
All coeds, eligible for activities,
interested in becoming assistant
teachers are asked to attend this
meeting according to Shirley Mat-
tern, dance chairman. Miss Ethel
A. McCormick, League Social Di-
rector, and John Guin, dance in-
structor, will address the meeting.
Dance captains will be introduced
at this time.
Continuing the program last se-
mester, the classes will meet at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday for beginners
and at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Wednes-
day for intermediates. Registra-
tion of students will be held next
week.
Activity credit will be given to
coeds acting as assistant teachers.
The program of classes includes;
the learning of the basic foxtrot,
waltz, variations of both and some
new Latin American rhythms.
Regular school dress is custom-
arily worn by coed helpers. Coeds
may sign up to assist in any or all
classes.
Features for this semester in-
clude a selection of couples to pre-
sent a demonstration at the Cas-
bah. Another mass meeting will be
held during the eight week semes-
ter for assistant teachers to dis-
cuss difficulties and to offer sug-
gestions.,

At AVC Dance
A survey will be started at the
AVC dance to be held from 2 to 5j
p.m. today in the League Ball-
room, to determine the favorite
bands and vocalists of students on
campus.
Ballot boxes will be placed at
the door of the League Ballroom in
which students may cast their
votes. Results of the survey will
be announced at a later date, and
lists will be available for all cam-
pus organizations for future use.
All women on campus are urged
to attend the mixer as guests of
veterans. The dances will be ar-
ranged in sets of three and every
other dance will be a no-cut.

A meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the League for all co-
eds who would like to work on the
costume committee for JG Play.
Those attending the meeting
should bring their eligibility cards.
The JG Play costume commit-
tee needs men's and women's cos-
tumles, vintage 1880 to 1930, es-
pecially hats, dresses, trousers,
bathing suits and raccoon coats.
Anyone having costumes which
they can lend to the committee
should contact Audrey Burnard at
2-4471.
Society To Meet
A meeting of all the members of
Senior Society, honorary sorority
for independent women, will be
held at 5 p.m. today in Room C in
the League.
President Shirley Hansel re-
vealed that plans would be dis-
cussed regarding the luncheons
which individual members will
hold next week in honor of the
League House presidents.

- Aly student wishing t
for the Casbah floosho
call Penny Klausner at 2-5
Junior women interested in Singing, dancing or
working on committees for Jun- parts are especially need
ior Girls' Play may sign up this special feature at the Casi
week in the Undergraduate Office week will be Tommy Loug
in the League. ing boogie. Al Townsend
Various committees such as pub- orchestra will present a 1
licity, costumes, ushers, and tic- iangement of "Solitude" f4
kets still need workers urgently, the Symphonaires.
according to Dolores Massey, pub- Tickets for the Friday a
licity chairman. Women signing urday dances may be pt
for these committees must have at the main desk in the Le
eligibility cards.

-G NOTES

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Student Tc

n:

Panhel, Assembly
To Sponsor Tea
A faculty-student tea, sp(
by Assembly and Panhellenr
be given from 3:30 to 5 p.
morrow in the Russian Tea
of the League.
The tea this week is in
of the English departmen
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with selections of Stravinsky and
Tschaikowsky.

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Constitution Revision.,
hour..

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Chisel shaped leads
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Coming Events
Geological Journal Club: 12
noon, Fri., Feb. 28, Natural Science
Auditorium. E. S.vloore will speak
on the subject, "The Origin of the
Pre-Cambrian Banded Iron For-
I mation."

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English Journal Club: 7:45 p.m.,
Thurs., Feb. 27, West Conference
Room, Rackham Bldg."BMr. Pet-
er Stanlis will discuss "Being and
Meaning .in Poetry". Refresh-
ments.
Prof. E. S. Moore wil speak at 8
p.m. Feb. 27, Rackham Amphi-
theatre on "The Aims and Results
RI.DER'S
Now at 115 West Liberty
Diamonds
andO
Wedding
SRing ^V
717 North University Ave. .
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of the Royal Society Empire Sci-
entific Conference."
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: 12:15
p.m., Thurs. Rm. 2054, Natural
Science. Mr. M. V. Denny of the
Mineralogy Department, will give
a slide talk on "Geologic Features
of Western United States," All in-
terested persons are invited.
A tea for the faculty and grad-
uate students of the History De-
partment will be given by t he
Graduate History Club on Friday,
Feb. 28, 4 to6 p.m.. West con-
ference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical En-
gineering Honor Society: 7:15
p.m., Thurs., Feb. 27, Rm. 247 W.
Engineering. New transfer stu-
dents who are members of HKN
are cordially invited.
The U. of M. Chapter of the Na-
tional Lawyers' Guild: S. Brooks
Barron, LL.B. '26, Detroit Attor-
ney, will speak on the subject,
"One Man Grand Jury," at 7:30
p.m., Thurs., Feb. 27, Rm. 120
Hutchins Hall. All interested per-
sons are invited.
Dancing Classes will hold regis-
tration at the League Ballroom at
7 p.m. Tues., March 4, for Begin-
ners, and at 7 p.m. Wed., March 5,
for Intermediates. A fee will be
charged for the eight lessons. Stu-
dents are advised to be prompt as
the classes are limited in size, and
admission will be by order of ap-
plication only. Coeds desiring to
serve as assistant teachers may
call 2-3639, or sign up at the time
of registration.

ervations are available at the Cen-
ter. Musical program.
Lithuanian Club: 7:30 p.m.,
Thurs., Garden Room, Michigan
League. Election of officers and
program for year will be outlined.
All Lithuanians and American
of Lithuanian origin are invited.
Russ an Conversation Group:
Thurs., Fri., 2 to 3 p.m., Michigan
League Coke Bar. All ' interested
are invited.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
Friday Evening Social and Cost
Supper Committee: 4:15 p.m.,
Thurs., Feb. 27, at the Foundation.
All interested are invited to at-
tend.
Inter-Racial Association: 7:36
p.m., Thurs., Union.
Art Cinema League and Inter-
Co-op Council present THE BAK-
ER'S WIFE, starring Raimu. Eng-
lish titles; French. dialogue. Also
comedy short -"Dirty Work" with
Laurel & Hardy. Thurs., Fri., Sat.
8:30 p.m. Box office opens 2 p.m..
daily. Reservations phone 6300,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

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