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Strong To Play"
fit Slide Rule Ball

Annual Union Formal To Follow
'Jack and the Beanstalk' Theme

Where There's Coke
T'here's Hospiotali*ty

Technic Sponsored
AncientRivalry by
Bob. Strong and his orchestra
will highlight the twentieth an-
nual Slide Rule Ball which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day.
The formal dance, sponsored by
the Michigan Technic, will com-
memorate the traditional rivalry
between the engineers and the law-
yers. According to custom, no law-
yers will be permitted to attend
the dance.
Other students may purchase
tickets 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the
Engine Arch. A new system of
I.O.U. purchase of tickets has been
instituted for those students who
are caught at that embarrassing
time of the month between al-
lowances. All that is required is a
written promise to pay by Dec. 10.
"MUSIC WITH Strong appeal"
will be supplied by the popularf
There will be a meeting of
the dance committee for Win-
ter Carnival at 5 p.m. today in
Rm. 3B of the Union. Members
are asked to bring their eligi-
bility cards.

Dance Will Revive
Excluding Lawyers
Kansan with the aid of Hywanna
and Bill De Maria, vocalists. Eddie
Paul's scat singing will be a fea-
tured attraction.
Strong is one Hof a rapidly in-
creasing group of educated mu-
sicians. He obtained his formal
musical training at the Wichita
College of Music and worked his
way through Kansas State with
his own campus dance band.
INTERMISSION entertainment
will feature the hidden talents of
many a professor in the Engineer-
ing Colloge. Included will be a
juggler, a barbershop quartet and
a comic routine. To spare the
professors' embarrassment during
the coming week their names will
not be revealed until the night of
this all-campus formal dance.
Gerard Gierzewski and Lexie
Herrin are co-chairmen, of the
dance. Other members of the com-
mittee are Folke Lundegard, dec-
orations; Richard Humes, public-
ity; Philip Stemmer, tickets; Rob-
ert Clark, programs and patrons;
James Chandler, finance; and
David Stein, intermission enter-
tainment.

ACTRESS IN ROME-Lorraine Miller, Hollywood, and Broadway
actress, poses beside a column in the Roman Forum with the
Collosseum in the background. She is making a U.S. movie in
Romie.
DEEP IN THE FRENCH ALPS:
Coed Tells o Summer Spent
As Counsellor in French Camp

Christmas Holiday festivities
will be opened by the Union when
they present their annual formal
Friday, Dec. 10 in the Rainbow
Room of the Union.
The dance will be based on a
"Jack and the Beanstalk" theme.
The ballroom will be trans-
formed into a castle to add to
to extena rom the first floor up
to the ballroom
Ball Petitions
Dlue Monday
Petitions for positions on the
central committee of Assembly
Ball will be due at noon Monday
Assembly Ball is the traditional
coed-bid dance sponsored annu-
ally by. Assembly Association to
be held March 4 this year at the*
Union.
Positions open for applicants
are general chairman, decorations
chairman, publicity chairman,
tickets chairman, finance chair-
man, patrons chairman and pro-
gram chairman.
All independent coeds are eligi-
ble to petition and may sign up
for interviews in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League when they
turn their petitions in.
Women petitioning are asked to
submit themes for the dance in
their petitions and to bring eligi-
bility cards to their interview, ac-
cording to Arlette Harbour, As-
sembly president.
Basketball Tourney
Begins Tomorrow
The basketball intramural tour-
nament will begin tomorrow, ac-
cording to Peggy MacDougall,
manager of the tourney.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Phi II vs. Mosher III, Delta Zeta
III vs. Stockwell X; 7:15 p.m. -
Stockwell III vs. Jordan VIII, Kap-
pa Delta I vs. Barbour III.
Thursday at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha
Chi Omega II vs. Stockwell IX.
First time under
ainy4 tree .

Music for the dance wiil be pro-
vided by Frank Tinker and his
regular Union band. Corsages are
to be presented to the women.
Tickets for the affair are now
being sold at the Union and will
be on sale next Wednesday at
the booth in "U" Hall and on
the diagonal. They will be lim-
ited,
The dance is presented each
year by the Union Executive Coun-
cil. Dale Coenen, co-chairman of
the Union social committee, is
general chairman.
current rate on
insured savings
Extra earnings on Bonus
Savings Accounts

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By NANCY COLEMAN
Over the bounding main to
France and home again with two
months of worldly experience be-
hind her in Janet Bird, a senior in
Architecture school.
Miss Bird spent the summer as
a counsellor in a French camp for
homeless children. The camp is
financed entirely by American
dollars, sponsored by the Mac-
Jannett Foundation which is lo-
cated in Boston. One hundred
dollars sends a child to camp for
the summer.
There were 90 talented French
boys and girls there, instructed
by 25 counsellors, picked from
both France and the U. S. The
project was begun in the '20's and
has had such distinguished camp-
ers in the past as Phillip Mount-
batten.
k *
."THE COUNSELLORS are given
room and board, but other ex-
penses, such as travel, are up to
The team's coming!
Learn how you can "Win your
wings"-and an important
$4000-a-year assignment!

them. The round trip fare by boat,
is $300" stated Miss Bird, "and
train fare abroad is cheap."
The camp is located at Lake
Annecy, one of the two largest
lakes in France. It is deep in
the Alps on the border of Switz-
erland about 80 miles from Gen-
eva. The region is clothed in
mystery, folk lore, and sacred
legends.
The people of the territory areJ
very superstitious and guard their
stories jealously. They are proud
of their ancient heritage.
Swimming, mountain climbing,
and shopping tours kept the work-
ing tourists busy. Miss Bird had a
ten day trip through the French
Riviera, Paris, London and Ire-
land before returning home. She
stated that England seemed the
worst hit by the war in this post-
war era. Blocks of devastation and
poorly dressed, hungry people
were the rule.
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