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FRDY FE7BRUARY 20, 1948

THE iMICHIGANT iAILY

Soph Music Hall' Will Be Presented Friday, March 5

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Qalens Society Will Sponsor
Annual Caduceus Ball Today

Caduceus Ball, the official'
dance for medical students and
physicians, will be presented from
9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. today in
the Union Ballroom.
A traditional event since 1934,
the semi-formal dance is spon-
sored by the Galens Honorary So-
ciety as a benefit for their Special
Fund.
Union, League
To Hold Mixer
The music of Tom McNall and his
orchestra with Jackie Ward as vo-
calist will be featured in the first
of a series of mixer dances to be
held from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the League Ballroom.
This series of dances, which will
give students a chance to get ac-
quainted, is being sponsored by the
League in conjunction with the
Union.
P
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j PRI~tNTING
for
Posters - handsbils
Ii Programs - Tickets c
done at
RAMSAY-CANFIELD ^
119 East Liberty
(Across from P-Bell) C
Phone 7900

Large skeletons will adorn the
ballroom and emblems dealing
with the history of medicine, the
theme this year, will be dis-
played. Among the emblems
will be the symbol of the medi-
cal profession, the serpent-en-
twined and winged staff of Mer-
cury for which Caduceus Ball
was named.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra
will provide music for the dance.
During intermission time, Pat Du-
pont, former vocalist with Tinker,
will entertain and audience par-
ticipation acts are planned. Also
scheduled will be a male ballet
consisting of George Morley, Har-
vey Galloway and Richard Alex-
ander.
Tickets for the dance are still
available to medical students
and physicians who may pur-
chase them from Galen mem-
bers or at the Galen newsstand
in the University Hospital. A
few tickets will be on sale at the
door.
Late permission has been ex-
tended to women students attend-
ing the dance until 1 a.m.
Other members of Galens in-
clude Bill Keating, John Shaw,
Bill Emery, George Morley, Mar-
vin Wolf, Graydon Long, Carl
Blunek, Donald Bowne, Robert
Brown, Charles Campbell, Howard
Manz, Peter McGee, Robert Se-
gula, Gail Williams, Buzz Gal-
loway and Bill Jolly.
Bridge Tourney
Everyone is invited to attend
the duplicate bridge play spon-
sored from 7:30 to 11 p.m. every
Thursday by the League. The
Room will be posted on the
League bulletin board.

Annual Dance,
To Feature
Phil Levant
"Soph Music Hall," the 1948
version of Soph Prom, will be
presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
Friday, March 5 in the Union
Ballroom.
Ticket sales for sophomores will
be open from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1 to 4 p.m. today and from
9 a.m. to noon tomorrow in Uni-
versity Hall. Purchasers must
bring ID cards when buying tick-
ets.
Ticket Sales Open
Open ticket sales will begin
next week, according to Jack
Waters, publicity chairman.
Programs and decorations for
the semi-formal dance will follow
the music shop theme with minia-
ture platters for favors. The ball-
room will contain giant-like juke
boxes and records will hang from
the ceiling.
Corsages Prohibited
Corsages should not be worn
to the dance except by central
committee members and their
dates.
Phil Levant, known as the fa-
ther of "Distinctive Smoothness
in Rhythm," will play for the
prom. Featured with his orches-
tra are Shirley White, vocalist,
and Oscar Thrane, the "300 lbs.
of Personality."
Levant to Play
Levant, a viola soloist, has
achieved popularity through en-
gagements at hotels and clubs in,
many cities. In addition,, Levant
has composed such songs as "Af-
terglow" and Marquette Univer-
sity's famous "Victory March."
Coeds attending the dance will
have 1:30 a.m. late permission.
Magazine Opens
Fiction Contest
"Mademoiselle," the magazine
published for college and business
women, has announced the open-
ing of its annual College Fiction
Contest with two $500 prizes of-
fered.
All undergraduate women are
eligible to submit stories of from
3,000 to 5,000 words to "Madem-
oiselle" before April 15. The two
prize-winning manuscripts will be
chosen by the editors for publi-
cation in the August issue. Other
stories will be considered for pub-
lication at the magazine's regular
purchase rates.
All entries must be typewritten,
double-spaced, and must be clear-
ly identified with contestant's
name, home address, college ad-
dress and class. Manuscripts are
to be submitted to College Fiction
Contest, "Mademoiselle," 122 East
42 Street, New York 17, N.Y.

HOUSE
EVENTS

By MARILYN JONES
In addition to parties at frater-
nities and women's residences Ca-
duceus Ball, a track meet, swim-
ming meet and the Student Pub-
lications dance will highlight this
weekend.
Cornhusks and straw will trans-
form Martha Cook into a barn for
the barndance 'tomorrow. Adele
Hager, Nancy Sanders and Mary
Dodge are in charge.
The annual alumni dance will
be given from 7:45 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow for all former
residents of Lloyd House. Rose
Bowl films will be shown.
The AKK's, Psi U's and Delt's
will entertain their dates at rec-
ord dances from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow.
A "Flapper Party" will be given
by the Kappa Sig's tomorrow. The
basement will be decorated in the
form of a speak easy with old rec-
ords providing atmosphere. Danc-
ing will be featured upstairs in
"taxi-dance hall" surroundings.
Mosher Hall will entertain
Fletcher Hall, Victor Vaughn,
Hayden, Adams, Strauss and Wil-
liams houses at an open house to-
day.
The Theta Chi's have sent in-
vitations to their friends from
other fraternities to be guests at
the informal dance they are giv-
ing tomorrow from 9 p.m. to mid-
night. Music will be furnished by
Johnny Harbard's band and
punch and cookies will be served.
Record dances will be given to-
morrow by the Alpha Delt's, the
Chi Phi's, the Theta Delt's and
Phi Sigma Kappa.
Zeta Psi will give an informal
dance featuring the music of
Doug Lent and his Orchestra. Re-
freshments will be served.
An annual dinner honoring the
senior Phi Rho's and their dates
will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
today.
Faculty Women
Will Present Tea
A housewarming tea for mem-
bers of the Women of the Univer-
sity Faculty will be held from 4 to
6 p.m. today in the new club head-
quarters in the League.
Headquarters, located in Rm. D
on the third floor of the League,
are open to members all day every
day through June 1. The Michi-
gan League. Board of Governors
and the women students' organi-
zations in toe League are cooper-
ating with the Women of the Uni-
versity Faculty to make the room
available.

WAA Basketball Club tryouts
will be held at 4:10 p.m. today in
Barbour Gym for all women who
were extended invitations.
The club this year will be an
honorary organization with mem-
bers chosen from outstanding
players on house teams during
the inter-house tournament. Try-
outs who played last Friday need
not try out again, according to
Marilyn Sheldon, club manager.
Invitations Extended
Invitations were extended to
Patricia Andrew, Tommy Angell,
Betty AschenBrenner, Shirley Ash,
Susan J. Bartlett, Lua Bartley.
Patricia Benneman, Lillian Rose
Covert, Audrey Crawford and
Mary Curtis.'
Others are Barbara Cutler,
Janet Dewey. Mildred Denecke,

Marian Dewey, Peggy Dobson, Jean Pettigrew, Carrie May Pet!-
Eleanor Doersom, Lilliam Drazek, man, Patricia Reader, Barbara
Margaret Dykema, Isabelle Eas- Reynolds, Charlotte Bea Richards,
terley and Eileen Pcrement. Betty Rickards and Myrna Reese.
Included in the list are Marilyn Concluding the list are Mary
Eisenbach, Marilyn Flynn, Li- Riggs, Harriett Risk, Virginia
lian Fujimoto, Gretchen Geigen- Seput, Mary Rooth Shattuck, Su-
mueller, Maryellen Gray, Ilene san Slocum, Charlotte Stough.
Haering, Dorothy Hall, Adele Ha- Helen Striho, Mildred Taylor and
ger, Connie Herbert and Eleanor Louise Trelkeld.
Hoffmaster.
Players Named I Coed Jobs Open

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Basketball Club Will Hold Tryouts Today

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Also named are Marion Miller,
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Women students desiring part
time work during the semester
may obtain names of prospective
employers in the Office of the
Dean of Women.
The majority of positions avail-
able are for household help, baby
tenders and waitresses. There are
also a few sales positions open.

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