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January 10, 1947 - Image 5

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10, 1947




Paul Bunyan Formal To Feature.
Ted Weems at Waterman Gym'



'Final Design' Ticket Sales
To Continue This Week

House Dances ward Meeting




Plaid Shirt, Dungaree Attire Will Prevail"
As Foresters Transplant Woods Indoors

Ted Weems and his orchestra1
will furnish the music for the PaulI
Bunyan Formal, to be held from
8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in
Waterman Gymnasium.
Weems, who replaces Bob
Strong, originally scheduled to
play, for the dance, will fly to Ann
Arbor in time for the "most in-
formal formal of the year." Weems



Will Be Held
East Quadrangle Council will
present the semi-formal "E Cue
Ball" from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight
tomorrow in the East Quadran-
The dance will feature Lee Stew-
art and his orchestra and Phil
Savage and his orchestra. They
will play simultaneously in sep-
arate ballooms.
'One ballroom will be decorated
by intricate lighting as an elab-
orate nite-club called the "Rain-
how Room." The other ballroom
will resemble the Arboretum.
Decorations will include real trees,
a wishing well, shrubbery, artifi-
cial grass and park benches, and
hundreds of flowers will be at-
tarhed to the greenery.
The main concourse will he
made to look like a French side-
walk cafe with tables along the
sides and potted palms giving the
effect of hedges.

has been in the musical profes-
sion for the past 21 years, and
organized his present band after
being discharged from the United
States Maritime Service.
His music career began when
he organized a band in partner-
ship with his brother, and he con-
tinued on his own after his broth-
er left the organization. In addi-
tion to directing the band, Weems
is a song writer and promoter for
the stars he has under contract.
Tiny Martin, 300 pound ex-con-
cert violinist, is the bass player
and comedy singer with the band.
Shirley Richards and Bob Edwards
do the vocal honors.
Dancers at the Paul Bunyan
Formal will be attired in plaid!
shirts, dungarees, and other wood-
sy clothing, and a prize will be
given the best-dressed couple
there. Bars, outhouses, corrals
and truckloads of greens are being
used to decorate the dance floor
for the evening.
Entertainment will include in-
formal group singing and harmon-
izing by the moustached barten-
ders. The foresters promise that
spontaneous skits will occur all
evening, and a grand prize will be
given to the couple putting on the
best "I-Helizapoppin" type of
stunt during the dance.
Detroit and Chicago papers are
sending photographers and re-
porters to cover the dance for the
Hold Those Bonds!

Sunday magazine section. Tick-
ets for the dance will be on sale
at the Union until the night of
the dance.
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Petitions Due
For Senior
Ball Positions
Petitions for Senior Ball, to be,
held in tl'e spring, will be due at
5 p.m. Tuesday in the Student
Offices of the Union.
Various college seniors will pe-
tition for 13 chairmanships. Five
students are to be selected from
the literary college, two of whom
are to be women. Three positions
will be awarded the engineering
college; one to the nursing school,
forestry school, and pharmacy
college; one to the music school,
one to the education school, and
one to the business administration
Traditionally the literary school
and the engineering school alter-
nate each year for the dance
chairmanship. The latter will be
awarded the chairmanship this
Petitions must include past cam-
pus activities, qualifications and
specific ideas. They may be as
brief as desired, and may not ex-
ceed three pages.
Class officers of the literary col-
lege and the engineering college
will select the students from their
respective colleges. These mem-
bers, in turn will award chairman-
ships to the remaining colleges.
For additional information, call
Pat Hayes at 2-3203.

Pan--hellenic Association will
present their annual Recognition,
Night at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Rackham Auditorium.
Recognition Night, replacing the
prewar banquet, is given every,
year to honor affiliated women for
scholarship and activitLy partici-
pation. There is no charge for
Presentatio n of the scholar-
ship award w'il he made by ea
Smith, Rtegistrar and Dihan Ale
C. Lleoyd win p , 'an_, t:Pk aCti t
awards ti
pus activities. lan L C;yd wi
spe'ak on "TIhe Pla('e ci ardi
ity Women in the Social Life.
the Campus."
Margaret Gage, president i
Pan-hellenic Association, will ex-
plain the aims and aecornplish-
ients of t he Assoviaion and Lois
Cochran xu ill give the v hi re-
port and (I cuss I niw systen.
The prograI theme, e ntitd
"Pana-hellenie ;;taits" il
center around the idea o at-
tion oc knit ar ia
single lainily.
Patrons for the affair will in-
clude prominent alumnae mem-
bers from each sorority in ti As-
Willow Run Men
Will Give Show
At Campus Club
The Campus Casbah, open as us-
ual from 9 p.m. to midnight today
and tomorrow, features the music
of Al Townsend and his 14 piece
Willow Run men will provide the
entertainment this week. Jim
Leischman will preside as master
of ceremonies, supplemented by a
novel pianist, Dick Collins and his
modern jazz plus Ed Jhnston per-
forming tricks of magi( with a
new twist.
Tonight Townsend will intro-
duce his new arrangements of
"Solitude" and "Laura" featuring
Cliff Hoff and his tenor sax. A
trombone trio furnishes an added
attraction to Townsend's newly
enlarged band.
Casbah tickets for both nights
are now on sale at the main desk
in the League.
The engiagement of Betty Carl-
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I
R. A. Carlson of Detroit, to Mr.
Raymond . Valley, son of M,
and Mrs. E. B. Valley of Flint was
recently, announced.
Miss Carlson is a student at the
University and is affiliated with
Alpha Delta Pi sorority.

Ticket sales for "Final Design,"
annual engineering formal will be
open only to engineers this week
from 10 a in. to 5 p.m. at the En-
gineering Arch.
"Final Design," a revival of the
prewar annual tradition will be
presented by the Engineering
Council from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
da, an. 17 in the Union Ball-
room. The formal is open to all
students on campus, and tickets
will be available next week for all.
Attendance will be limited to ball-
room capacity.
Art Jarrett, equally famous as
a vocalist and a bandleader, and
Shi neCwiy organized orchestra will
plY.Iai r the dance. Jarrett was
r-e{ntly discharged from the
N_ y, where he was put in charge
of entertainment for all branches
of the services in the San Fran-
3 cj: eo ai-ea.
As a soloist, Jarrett was fea-
i.ured vocalist with Ted Weems
and Earl Burtnett. Later, he co-
i ~in the movies with Joan
Crawford, Ginger Rogers, Ann
Scuthern, Sonja I-Ionie, and Carol
Lom ard. Jarrett has also been
the vocalist on several radio pro-
Special decorations and pro-
grams for the "Final Design" will
'Tinker Presents
Bond Additions
rank Tinker's band, featured
Wee ly at (e Union (lances, has
engaged Joan Eldredge as tie new
4 oalist. and trumpeter Clare
Shephard also a newcomer.
Miss Eldredge, who replaces
Patti Dupont, is a graduate stu-
dent of the class of '43 in the
Music School and comes from De-
troit. Shephard is a freshman in
the school of L. S. & A. and is
from La Pierre, Michigan. Before
entering the University he played
the trumpet in Tex Beneke's Navy
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follow an engineering theme. Car-
icatures of professors in the
School of Engineering will deco-
rate the walls. Dancers will be
served refreshments.
Women students attending the
formal have been granted 1:30
Social Program
The League Social Committee
will continue to sponsor Sunday
evening social hours from 7 to
10:30 p.m. in the League, in an
effort to provide a place for stu-
dent recreation. Musictand cards
will be available in the Grand
Rapids Room and group singing
will be featured in the Kalama- I
zoo Room. -

Will Be Held
Some hbuses on campus are try-
ing to recatch the happy holiday
spirit with formal and informal
dances and dinners.
Alpha 'tau Omega will hold an
informal record dance tonight.
The theme of Lambda Chi Al-
pha's informal pledge dance to-!
night will be hell. Decorations
will include- a pearly gate at the
top of the stairs from which the
descent to hell is made.
Collegiate Sorosis will present a
formal dance at their house today.
Tomorrow Alpha Omicron Pi will
hold a dinner followed by theean-
nual winter formal in the League
ballroom. Sigma Phi Epsilon will
honor seniors at a dance today
featuring their own house band.

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Bowling Season
Bowling Club will hold its award
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
I in the Grand Rapids Rcom of the
Awards will be made to'the high
teams for each bowling;sectin,
to the high individual bowler, and
to the beginner with the highest
average. All Bowling club memt-
bers should attend thi meeting,
which is under the direction of
Jeanette Britton and Ann Griffen.
Following the awards meeting,
the bowling season will close until
February 19, when it will begin
again for the second semester.
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