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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBVR 17, 1948

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fll-Campus Slide Rule Ball To Be Held Friday, Decemb

er 3 at I.M.

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Heidt Musical Program To Conduct
Auditions for Local Talent Saturday

Bob

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Will Provide Music

LeaguePresident Represents 'M' Coed

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For Traditional Formal Dance

Campus and professional talent
will be combined to form the Hor-
ace Heidt show which will be giv-
en at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Hill
Auditorium.
A regular concert given by Hor-
ace Heidt and His Musical Knights
will be followed by five acts by lo-
cal participants who will com-
aPete for prizes, and the possible
opportunity to become a part of
Heidt's show.
Heidt is now conducting one
of the greatest talent searches
in the history of show business
for his new radio sponsor, Phillip
Union Coffee Hour
The Union will sponsor a
coffee hour in honor of the Po-
litical Science Department from
4 to 5 p.m. today in the Terrace
Room.
All students are invited to at-
tend.
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Morris. He is auditioning hun-
dreds of youngsters in hope of
giving many of them a chance
at the professional career.
Brought to Ann Arbor by the
Men's Glee Club, Heidt and his
Parade pf Stars will give a two
a~nd a half hour show. The pro-
ceeds will go toward the Men's
Glee Club award fund.
Many of the show's present
stars have been chosen from tal-
ent search programs such as the
one which will come to Ann Ar-
bor. Included among the finds
are Jerry Hothaus, Pierce Knox,
Dick Contino, Richard Melari,
and Vic Valenti.
Prizes in the coming perform-
ance will nothonly be given away
to competitors in the program but
also to members of the audience
for participation.
Tickets for Saturday's show are
on sale at the Hill Auditorium box
office.

* * *

Ticket sales for the annual all-
campus Slide Rule Ball which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on
Friday, Dec. 3, will begin at 8 a.m.
and continue until 4 p.m. tomor-
row in the Engine Arch.
The Michigan Technic is spon-
soring the dance which will be for-
mal-optional. The ball commemo-
rates the traditional rivalry be-
tween the engineers and the law-
yers.
Many colorful traditions are
connected with the feud between
the lawyers and the engineers.
At the time when engineers were
rough and ready chaps and the
lawyers, famed for their well-
pressed trousers, Crease Ball
and Slide Rule Ball were held on
the same night. A time-honored
attempt was made by the lawyers
to abscond with the huge slide
rule always used as part of the
decorations at the dance.
To prevent a repetition of such
occurences lawyers will not be ad-
mitted to the 1948 presentation of
Slide Rule Ball.
Music for the dance will be
supplied by Bob Strong and his
orchestra. The handsome Kan-
san is one of an increasing num-
ber of educated musicians. He
first attained popularity on the1
Chicago airways. Since then ex-t
traordinary composing and ar-
ranging talents have brought1
him bookings at top hotels in t
the nation.,
Co-chairmen of the dance aret

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is
the second in a series of informative
sketches of positions on the League
Undergraduate Council which will
appear daily on the woman's Page.
By' MARY ANN HARRIS
"Meet League social chairman,"
"WSSF Convention," "coffee with
President Ruthven and lecturer
Magidoff," SR), important";
these are snatches from the memo
pad of League President, Pat Mc-
Kenna.
From the "inside" comes a pic-
ture of what it's like to be Presi-
dent of the Michigan League Un-
dergraduate body. Petitions for
the office of League President
will be due at 5 p.m. Mon., Nov. 29,
and Miss McKenna urges prospec-

tive presidents to "Come in and
see me." w
Interest is the keynote of her
position, interest and alertness
in everything from the situation
in Palestine to the situation of
ushers in Lydia Mendelssohn, ac-
cording to Miss McKenna.
Keeping up with current events,
on and off campus, is the most
important business of this leader,
who, in many respects, represents
University women.
As a member of the Board of
Governors of the Michigan
League and as functioning presi-
dent of League Council, she sur-
veys the League both as a cor-
porate business proposition and

as a vital center of1
directed activities of
campus.

the widely
women on

Her voice on the Student Affairs
Committee is the voice of "the
women" on the Michigan campus.
She must think, feel, and act for
her theoretical constituents.
Therefore their interests, however
broad, are hers.
The job ofpresident requires
tact, poise, confidence and or-
ganizational ability but it will
also build them, according to the
incumbent President. The inter-
viewing committee will spot the
potentialities and possibilities of
candidates and is often more con-
fident than the over-modest peti-
tioners.

League
Notes
Soph Cabaret-The ballet chorus
will rehearse at 4:30 p.m. today
Panhel Ball Committeees--Per-
sonnel reports should be handed
in to the League Undergraduate
Office as soon as possible. Report
blanks may be obtained in the
Merit-Tutorial Office in the
League.
Activities Chairmen-There will
be a general, meeting of chairmen
of dormitories and league houses
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the As-
sembly Office in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League. If, for
any reason chairmen cannot at-
tend, they are to call Marian
Grant, 2-3225.

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BOB STRONG
Gerard Giezewski and Lexie Her-
rin. Other members of the com-
mittee are Folke Lundgard, dec-
orations; Richard Humes, pub-
licity; Philip Stemmer, tickets;
Robert Clark, programs and pa-
trons, James Chandler, finance;
and David Stein, intermission en-
tertainment.

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Riding Club-There will be a
meeting for all members at 2 p.m.
Friday in the upstairs lounge of
the WAB. No more tryouts will be
held this fall for Crop and Saddle,

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Junior Class
Collects Dues
Drive Ends Monday;
Funds Support JGP-
Collection of junior dues by the
finance committee of JGP will con-
tinue until next Monday.
During the drive, members of
the finance committee, under the
direction of Shirley Osgood, will
contact all junior women on cam-
pus personally. Representatives
will be sent to all league houses,
dormitories and sorority houses
where there are juniors.
Transfers who are juniors and
second-semester sophomores who
will be juniors next semester are
included under the dues drive.
Virginia Campbell, chairman of
JGP, reports, "We hape to have
100 per cent co-operation in the
drive for dues. These funds are
necessary to produce JGP. The
Junior Girl's Play is a traditional
class project undertaken annually
at the University. Proceeds from
the play are donated to the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp."
All those juniors who may not
have been contacted personally,
including those who live in private
homes, may pay their dues from 5
to 6 p.m. next Monday at a booth
in the lobby of the League.

but the riding club will function
throughout the winter with reg-
ular meetings which will feature
movies and talks. Tryouts for Crop
and Saddle will be held in the
spring.
Ice Skating Club-The rink will
be open this week from 1 to 3 p.m.
today, from 1 to 2 p.m. tomorrow,
and from 9 to 12 a.m. and 1 to
3 p.m. Friday. Instruction will be
provided and all members are re-
quired to spend two hours this
week at the rink. New members
are still welcome and may con-1
tact Ruth Ann South, 2-6723.
Outing Club-Members will meet
at 5 p.m. today at the WAB for
square dancing under the direc-
tion of Miss Justine Bessman,
Golf Club - There will be a
meeting at 7 p.m. tomorrow in
Waterman Gymnasium for a les-
son. Members are to bring a bath
mat or towel and an iron club.
Clubs may be rented at the gym-
nasium if members do not have
them.
* * *
Physical Education Club-There
will be an assembly meeting from
9 to 10 a.m. today in the Barbour
Gym dance studio. Dr. Mitchell
of the men's physical education
department will show films

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