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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Military Ball {
Ticket Salesf
To Continue
Tickets are still on sale at ROTC
and NROTC headquarters for
Military Ball, which is being held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
the Union Ballroom.
Frank Tinker, regular maestro
at the Union, will provide his tra-
ditional danceable music for the
formal, which is open to all active,
reserve, ROTC and former officers
of the Army, Navy, and Air Corps.
Women attending the dance will
be granted 1;:30 a.m. permission.
Jack Waters, committee chairman,
has emphasized that former off i-
cers may come in formal attire if
they can no longer wear their old
uniforms. Tickets are $2.50.
Decorations for the formal, one
of the University's oldest tradi-
tions, will follow a military theme.
A mural will be placed at one end
of the ballroom, depicting the
patches of the three branches of
military science off ered here.
Committee advisers are Capt.
Donald H. Merton, ROTC, and
Comdr. Markeson Varland.
NROTC. Jim Ely is secretary forI
the Military Ball committee'
George Olsen is in charge of the
band.s
Other "committee imembers 'are
Frank Markovich and Ken Thior~pe,
p~ublicity; Robert Goslow. tickets,
programs and invitations; Jirom
Van Veen, decorations; Harold
Schuler, buildings andi grounds;
and Keith Beers and Gordon Coar-
penter, members-at-large.

JF Offers
Musical View
Of 2000 AD
"Fate of the Union," University
:junior women's version of the year
2000 A.D., will open tomorrow in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
A traditional event at which
junior class women honor senior
women, Junior Girls Play was first
staged in 1904 and has been an
annual production ever since. This
year's play is a musical comedy
which takes a long look into the
future.
ALL SEATS for the first night
performance are reserved for sen-
ior women, but tickets are on sale
at the Mendelssohn box office for
the Friday and Saturday perform-
ances.
Another 'time-honored tradi-
tion will be observed tomorrow
in the senior parade. According
to custom, senior women will
wear caps and gowns.

Tallulah BankF

Her Name

4.

N W Y R --.p--T lua Bato say whether "Tallulah" means 'T
The actress' attorney said today
and seeking an injunction against
agency and two radio networks.
T11E CAUSE OF THlE SUIT,t
is a singing commercial that refers t<
Defenders in the suit will be F
Prell shampoo; the Columbia Br(
Broadcasting Company, and the
agency.
The singing commercial is hie
and "Rosemarie"" radio showrs, the
Seawell said the jingle used Mi:
si've and humiliating" spanner and
continuing damages to the commer,
"Our contention," he said, "ist
ffull name if the portion used is id(
public mind."

Daily-Ohlinger
PAID DUES . .. The seniors, pictured here paid their dlues during
registration. Those who haven't ;laid may do so when buying
senior announcements in the Administration Building tomorrow.
Sale o Senior Announcements
Will Be Launched Tomro

WALTER BARRY, attorney NO
fce:dants, said an answver to the cli
but added: ,

Married women will carry light- "her e vwas no intent~ion of the
ed candles, engaged women will on any living person's name. It wa,
suck lemons, pinned women will to give animation to the tube. Them
wear straight pins and all others jPerson."
will loss pennies into a wishing E-.__.__ . .. .......
well placed on stage.

lead Charges
as Stolen
nikhead is going to ask the courts"~
'allulal-or a tube of shampoo.
li e is instigating a .$1,000,000 suit
a soap comnpany, an adlvertising L
ise
Z''ttorncy Donald R. Seawell said. an
o a tube of shamtioo as "Tallulah." o1
Proctor & Gamble Co.. makers of '
oadcasting System and National Ith
Benton and Bowles Advertisingjto
eaV(1 during the "Life of Riley," F
attorney said.
ss Bank ica6 s name in an "offen- "
that she "has suffered great and
"cial value of h(W name." c
hat. it is not. necessary to use theAi
entified with an individual in the
at
wi
ro said hIe will r'epresent the de- be
inns would be filed "in due course 'of
G+
e agency or sponsor to capitalize ci<
s merely a euphonious name used
-e wvas no inten1tion to refer to any
I-rained people needed now..
Excellent salaries. Opportuni-
ties for advancement.
SECRETARIES
-STENOGRAPHERS
BOOKKEEPERS
ACCOUNTANTS
OFFICE MACHINE
OPERATORS
JUNIOR EXECUTIVES
You Can qual10ify quickly at
Hamilton. All practical busi-
ness subjects. Individual pro-
gress. Expert instructors. Latest
equipment. Day and evening
classes.
L;,h'er an)"time."
W rie, 1pone, or cull fur
Approved for training Veterans.
HMILTO
BUSINESS COLLEGE
William atSte 781
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Rutledge-Gregory Mr tE;o~xi also in the liter-
ary oll~c lndis studying den-
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Rutledge _ ,of tUstty.
)carborn have announced the en1-
agemnent of their daughter. Loii-
e, to William Gregory, son of Dr'. Braa ten-Kennedy
nd Mrs. Robert S. Gregory, also Mr. and Mrs. Clalrence iz. C.
Dearborn. Braaten of Wilmette, I11. have an-
Miss Rutledge is a spohomore in nounced the engagemnent, of their
he literary college and is pledged daughiter. Dorothy, to David Ken-
o Delta Gamma. nedy. son of Mr. and Mfirs. Don F.
__________ -Kennedy of Detroit.
=acu.ity To Hold Miss Braaten grIaduated inl Junle
from Mills Co~llege in O~akland,
.of fee Hour Today calif.
Another in a series of regularly- Mr. Kennedy is a senior i the
cheduled Faculty Coffee Hours College of Engineering.
vill be held from 4 to 5 p.m. today
n the Terrace Room of the Union. Physical Education majors
These coffee hours are informal are invited to the WA B at 8
ind provide students and faculty a.m. today for coffee and
vith an opportunity to become doughnuts and entertainment,
xetter acquainted with one an- sponsored by freshman majors.
ther. This week members of the Staff members will also be
lerman department will be spe- present.
;ial guests.

CLIP THIS COUPON

Senior announcements will be
sold to students of the, literary,
forcstr'y and music schools tomor-
row and Friday afternoons . rom
1:30 to 4:30 at a booth in the Ad-
ministration building.
Architecture students may pur-
chase their announcements from
2to 4 tomorrow at the Architec-
ture building.

Silken-Textured Q abardine
Belted All Around ...
SprfingCoat News
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t~ .
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The belt-claspcd waist takes con. icw fashion

Seniors who have not paid their
class dues of two dollars may do
so when they buiy their announce-
ments and receive a discount.
TilE CANDID)A'S fordges
in all schools except the law, inedi-
cine, dental, eng;'ineeringt and busi-
ness administration schools have
been combined in a general book-
let. Campus scenes, a scheduile of
commnencement events, adminis-
trative officers, class officers and
committees of. each of the schools
are also includIed in the programn.
Booklets ar ie available either
with dark blue leather covers
decorated with gsold leaf or with
white cardbloard c'overs and a
blue leather tie. Formal an-
nouncemnents on white paper
embossed in gold with a Univer-
sity seal and per-,omi visiting
cards will also be sold.
The law, medicine, dental, engi-
neering and businEs s administra-
tion schools will offer individual
booklets and announcements.
The dates of the sales of the
announcenmen ts for theC(~se shools
will be posted on the bulletin
boards 01' the schools ctoncrncd.
Frosh W1eekend
Petitions for' positions on the
committee for F~rosh Weekend
are due at noon today.
Interviews will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. today through F'ri-,
day and from 9 a.nm. to noon
Saturday.

PROCEEDS FROM the Friday and
Saturday performances will be do-
nated to the Universuity Fresh Air
C am p.
Nearly 30 wonen have ad <a
p~art iii productionof' "Fate of
the Union." There are 160 in the
cast, including principals and
members of choruses. Oth.er's
have worked on stage crew and
general arrangements.
Fifteen original Songs have beena
composed for' the show, with Lou-
ise Steele writing music and Bar-
bara Gerhol' writing lyrics.
rjjll JFOUR PRlINCIP'AL roles inl
the play are taken by Joanne I
Cln'istenseni, Barbara Cress, Jose-
phine Henderson and Carol Tuer.
Shouldering production worries
are Betty So Faulk, director;
Dor'othy Fogel, assistant direce-
tot'; Virginia Campbell, general
chiairmant; and Patricia Lewis,
assistant general chairman.
Sue Hendrian and Katherine
Mills direct the choruses and Max'-
cia Ames is in charge of dancing.
J G1"P NO T E S
Dress rehearsal for all members
of the cast will be held from 6 to
10 p.m. today in Lydia Mendels-
sohin Theatre.
MVake-up committee will meet
from 5 to 6 p.m. today in the.
League. The room will be posted.

MeetsToday
Michigan Dames Bridge Group
has changed the place of its March
meeting from the Hussey Rm. to{
the Henderson Rm. of the League.
The meeting will be held at 8
p.m. today as previously planned.
Hostesses for the evening will be
Mrs. James Peters, Mrs. Walter
Rteinhardt and Mrs. A. Edwin
Smith.
The Damies Drama. Group will
have a dress rehearsal at 8 p.m.
tomorrow at the home of Mr's.
James Livingston, 417 Eighth St.
'The play which the group is re-
hearsing will be presented at the
Dame's Spring Dance, April 23.
Coeds Seek Title
lIn Badminton
Finals in the women's Badinin-
ton Tournament will be played at
2 :20 p.m. tomorrowv in Barbour
Gym between Jeri Mulsou and
Virginia' Becker.
The games will be played not
only for the benefit of a class to be
held at. that time, but also for pub-
lic spectators who may wish to at-
tend.

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A $6.00 Ensian.
at only
$ 500

This--------------------WorthO N -DOLL -- -
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The 1949 MICHIGANENSIAN will cost you just FIVE
DOLLARS ($5) if you present this coupon at the Mich-
igonension office in the Student Publications Building.,
OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 16 - MIDNIGHT
BRING THIS COUPON
to Student Publications Bldg.

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(Continued fromn Page 4)
for all foreign students and Amex'-
iean friends, 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs.,I
March 17, International Center.
Student Faculty IHour. Thars.,
March 17, 4-5 p.m.. Grand Rapidss
room, Michigan League. rThle Psy-
chology departmrentv will1),:gursts.
Co-sponsored bay A -t'iibly a iidt;
Pan-hel associations.
U. of IM. RifI, C('bib: Mf eting, 7.
p.m., Thunrs., March 17. ROTC
range. Practice hours, Wed., 12:30
to 3. Thurs., 7-9, and Fri. 7-9. 1
Sociedad I is P'a ii ca: 'r'etlorili'-'
service for 1Spanish 1 anid '? AIJ
dents everyw Tues;dacy unr i hurs=
(lay twinm 4 to 1") 1)m. Cons ult the
vociet dad IHispa hied, bulleti board
in the 'Romance Language Build-
ing; fox' schedule.
AVC: Mecting. Thur's., Mar'chl
17, Michigan Union, 7:30 p.mn.
Elections. Nominations still opaen.I
"Songl of the Street": 1"en(;hh
mnovie directed l)y victor Trivas,I
score by Hlanns Fislecr. first of the

Social Issues Cinema Series spon-
sored by ADA, Thurs. at 8, Fri.
and Sat. at 7 and 9, Architecture
Auditorium $.50.
Young Democrats: Meeting
7:30 p.mi.. Michigan League,
Thun's. March 17. Speaker on
"American Foreign Policy."
U. of NM. Damnes Drama ('coup:
March 17. 8 p.m., at the home of
rs. James Livingston, 417 Eighth
St.
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