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Dance Will Be Given
By Professional TEC
Ball To Feature Bob Strong's Orchestra;
Council Will Inaugurate Traditional Event

Professional Interfraternity
Council Dance will be presented
for the first time on campus from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 21
in the League Ballroom.
Te purpose of the dance is to
improve the relationship among
the various fraternities of the
Schools of Medicine, Law and
Dentistry. The committee hopes
to establish the dance asp a cam-
pus tradition and to popularize
the newly-created Professional
Interfraternity Council.

Decorations for the affair will
be furnished by the separate
fraternities, and coeds have
been granted 1:30 a.m. permis-
sion to attend.
The semi-formal dance will fea-
ture Bob Strong and his orches-
tra. Music has always been the
guiding light in Bob Strong's life.
After graduation from Wichita
College of Music and Kansas State
College, he worked as an instru-
mentalist and arranger on the
NBC staff in Chicago.

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- - Later he organized his own
;and which is known for its
flexibility of style. Strong's band
has been featured on a num-
ber of radio shows, including
"Uncle Walter's Doghouse,"
S "Showboat," "Spotlight Bands,"
. "Treat Time" and "Fitch's
]Bandwagoh." He has also
played at hotels and ballrooms
throughout the country.
Among his compositions are
s "Riff-Raff,' "That's All, Brother,"
"Boogie Woogie Jamboree" and
"The Baltimore Bounce." Strong
personasly supervises all the ar-
rangements played by his or-
chestra in order to maintain a
distinctive touch.
Teickets for the dance, which is
being presented in addition to
Crease, Caduceus and Odonto
Balls, have been distributed
among members of the various
s professional fraternities.

ROYAL BRIDLE PATH-King George VI of England and his daughters Princess Elizabeth and
Princess Margaret go for a horseback ride in Windsor Great Park.

Student Tutors
Now Available
Tutors are now available
through the League tutoring serv-
ice, it was announced today by
Donis Murray, chairman of Merit-
Tutorial committee.
Students who wish to be tu-
tored are asked to contact the
committee in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. Tutors are
registered for a variety of sub-
jects.
The Merit-Tutorial Office is
open from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday,
through Friday.
The fee set by the committee forj
tutoring is 75 cents per hour.

Best Man at Royal Wedding
Will Flutter Romantic Hearts

Contestants
To Parade
In Sweaters
Thiose old sweaters, carefully
knit by well-meaning relatives of
every color of the rainbow and in
every size but the right one, will
be dragged out of bottom draw-
ers and proudly paraded by cam-
pus "Sweater boys" this Friday at
the Campus Casbah.
The Casbah Committee is pro-
moting a search for the "man
Vith the most repulsive-looking
sweater" and invites all likely
candidates to appear from 9 pm.
to midnight Friday at the League
Ballroom.
The man who most nearly
fits this description will be re-
warded with a free ticket to
the Casbah, passes to campus
movie houses, and a featured
spot on the pages of the 1948
Mchiganensian.
Buck Dawson, master of cere-
monies, will supervise the con-
test, and will introduce the talent
to be featured in the third of the
Casbah's floorshow series.
Al Wald will entertain guests
during the intermission with his
Burl Ives type songs, accom-
panied by a guitar. Wald is
presently serving as house man
in a fraternity house and, in
the tradition of fraternity house
men, carries with him a wealth
of notable experiences.
In addition to performing with
his guitar, Wald has been a pro-
fessional prizefighter, a school-
teacher, and leader of a swing
band.
The floorshow will also be pre-
sented at the regular Casbah
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Saturday. Tickets are
available at the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Fencing, Camp
Clubs To Meet
WAA Fencing Club will hold an
organizational meeting at 5 p.m.
today at the WAB.
The club is open to all women
who have had at least one season
of instruction in fencing. The
year's program will depend en-
tirely on the wishes of club mem-
bers.
Members of the WAA Camp
Counselors Club will meet for a
handicraft work period at 7 p.m.
Thursday in the University Ele-
mentary School. A display of tools
and products for camps will be
prepared. A bibliography of svurce
books will be provided.
The original proposal for the
Women's Swimming Pool is in the
records of the Women's Athletic
Association as of October 1937.
Plans are being formulated for the
renewal of the drive for the pool.

Used To Attract Male

With the fertile field of mas-
culine material around campus,
every Michigan coed wants to be
noticed. Thus, as the red flag
attracts the bull, the Michigan
coed's ingenious mind has brought
forth the parade of multi-colored
scarfs in the form of belts, head
pieces and neck attractions, to
call forth the keen eye of the
male.
The campus is literally swarm-
ing with these blended silks in

grays, reds, blues, greens and
browns, and as mother nature
bids goodbye to her summer
adornments, the coed is ready to
take over for her and keep the
campus looking bright.
Each clever coed has located
her point of most interest and
has placed the array of colors
there to behold-the head, neck
and waist have centered this in-
terest.

Bright Multi-colored Scar f's

Eyes

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Tryouts for Campus Cas-
bas's weekly floorshows will be
held from 7 to 9 p.m. today in
the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.'

LONDON, Nov. 10-(A)-It's
dead certain that nobody will
steal the show from Princess
Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten
at the royal wedding Nov. 20, but
the best man will flutter many
romantic hearts.
For as best men go, even on
this lofty level, the 28 year old
Marquess of Milford Haven is starJ
quality.
David Is Eligible Bachelor
Young, handsome and fine fig-
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Get Ready for those
Long Winter Eveninlgs
. Come in and join our
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mystery and general. It is
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Come in and try it!
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ured, with an aura of valor and
aloofness about him, David Mi-
chael Mountbatten is among the
most eligibile bachelors in the
land, a suitable match for royalty
or distinguished commoner.
His name rarely has been linked
with that of any girl, though
not a few of the beauties of the
court would have been honored
in the association. He, only some-
what less than his cousin Philip,
the former Prince of Greece and
Denmark, might have been con-
sidered fitly born and tutored to
be Elizabeth's consort, yet, in the
bursts of speculation about her
future husband, his chances when
mentioned at all, never figured
seriously.
Gossip Concerns Margaret Rosej
Current gossip, feeding uponI
nothing substantial, suggests that
he might some day marry 17 year
old Princess Margaret Rose. More
authoritatively, however, this is
dismissed as a slender possibility
made thinner by the 11 years dif-
ference in their ages. At court
it is thought much too early to
discuss marriage plans for the
younger, fun-loving princess.
The Marquess is a great-grand-
(,on of Queen Victoria. is father
was a brother of Philip's mother,
Princess Andrew of Greece, and
of Lord Louis Mountbatten, and
his grandfather was Prince Louis
of Battenberg, who was created
Marquess of Milford Haven in the
first World War. His mother is
the daughter of the Russian
Grand Duke Michael.
The Marquess and Philip have
been warm friends since boyhood.
They' attended prep school and
Dartmouth Naval Academy to-
gether with mutual interests in
sports and their naval careers.
The Women's Athletic Building
is open for bowling from 7 to 9
p.m. Monday through Friday.

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