SATUTDAY, MAY 7, 1949
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WA4, Union Sponsor
WAA and the Union hope to
combine nature's outdoor ballroom
with the best in campus bands and
entertainment at the "Tennis
Ball," first outdoor all-campus
dance, to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday on the Palmer
Field Tennis Courts.
Natural effects will include the
usual combination of stars and
moonlight that watch over Palmer
Field, as well as balmy weather
now being requested by the dance's
central committee. However, if na-
ture refuses to cooperate with
chairmen Rosemarie Schoetz and
Bill Wise, the dance will be held
in Barbour Gym.
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IM CLUB members will provide
refreshments for the dancers un-
der the stars in open air refresh-
ment booths. Patrons will be able
to sit at red-checked covered tables
under Japanese lanterns to watch
their favorite athletes whip up
their newest creation, a "Tennis
Charlie Manning and his
Michiganaires will assume the
Palmer Field bandstand and
will begin their dance music
with the premier of their origi-
nal theme song, "The Michigan
THE MICHIGANAiRES gave
the campus a sample of their new
"music, Michigan style," at 1 p.m.
yesterday on the Diag and were
enthusiastically received, accord-
ing to circulating campus com-
The intermission show, "Cam-
pus Highlights" will steal the
best from 48-49 first run cam-
pus events. JGP, Varsity Night,
Soph Cab, Gulantics Review,
Froggy Bottom, Frosh Frolic and
Union and League talent will
take over "between Matcles."
"For those who missed these at-
tractions and for those who saw
them and liked them, "Tennis
Ball" is a good place to see a re-
view of the cream of campus tal-
ent," claims Jerry Mehlman, pub-
Tickets, priced at 50 cents, will
be on sale throughout the week at
the League and Union, but only a
limited number will be sold.
The dance, which is the first
dance held outdoors during regu-
lar school session will take the
place of Michigras, the annual gi-
gantic project of the combined
forces of the WAA and the Union,
during alternate years. A major
part of the funds this year will go
to the WAA swimming pool fund.
Read What Louis Armstrong Says
About Our Concert May 15:
Dear Fans: May 2, 1949
Well, Well, Well look who's coming to town ..Why folks,
this bunch of musicians are some of the hottest cats that ever picked
up an instrument to blow . . . I personally know, because I've played
with all of these boys . . . And as serious as I am about my horn,
you know I wouldn't be just saying this to be fancy.
There is Art, Wild Bill, Pee Wee, Brad, Ward, Sharbaro. They'll
just about "Gass Ya" no end . . . Take it from O' Satchmo, Dig'em
Red beans and ricely yours,
The U. of M. Hot Record Society
ART HODES ALL-STARS:
WILD BILL DAVISON, ART HODES, Piano
Trumpet HERB WARD, Bass
PEE WEE RUSSELL, Clarinet TONY SBARBARO, Drums
BRAD GOWANS, Trombone
Plus BROWNIE McGHEE, Folk Ballad finger
Sunday, May 15, Hill Auditorium, 8 P.M.
Tickets $1.50, $1.20, 90c
Advance Sale, May 1-9, General Sale, May 7-15
All Seats Reserved
(Use this convenient order blank for ordering concert tickets)
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New Dorm Wilt
Brass Ring Ball
"Brass Ring Ball," semi-formal
girl bid dance slated for Friday,
May 13 will hold the distinction of
being the first inter-unit dance to
be given by the New Women's
Units II, III and IV will combine
their efforts in creating a carni-
val atmosphere. Brass rings
around the columns outside of the
lounges will give the appearance of
The main lounge is to be decked
with red and white streamers ex-
tending down from the ceiling to
form a circus big-top.
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DEL ELLIOT'S orchestra will
furnish the musical side of the
gala carnival dance from 9 p.m.
Despite the fact that the
dance falls on Friday the 13th,
it has been reported that there
will be no black cats running
around or ladders to walk under.
General chairmen of the affair
are Judy Raub, Dorothy Webb and
Handlingdecorations will be the
job of Gloria Goodkind and Mar-
tha Hoke, while entertainment will
be arranged by Elaine Brovan and
Guinevere Dorn. Refreshments of
punch and cookies are to be man-
aged by Ann Leininger and Shir-
IN CHARGE of programs are
Courtney Sherbrooke and Ellie
Brackett. Ticket chairmen are
Betty Snyder, Dorothy Shaver and
Publicity chairmen are Mar-
got Blanchard and Jackie Oliv-
Chaperons will be Miss Helen
Sherk, head dietition at the dorm-
itory and Dr. Philip R. Wikelund
of the English Department and
Honored guests are to be Dean
Arthur W. Bromage, Dean Alice
C. Lloyd, Mrs. Elsie R. Fuller, as-
sistant dean of women, Miss Flo
Rosenberg, assistant director of
graduate affairs, Miss Irene Mi-
grant and Miss Helen Queenan,
dietitians, Miss Elizabeth Godding
and Miss Ruth Levandowski,
nurses in the dormitory.
An urgent call for donations of
sports equipment has been issued
by the Women's Physical Educa-
In cooperation with the Na-
tional Association for Physical Ed-
ucation of College Women, the de-
partment is carrying on a drive for
sports equipment to send abroad.
The articles are rehabilitated and
sent to the American Society of
Friends in Philadelphia for ship-
At the end of each school yer
all sports equipment is in reason-
ably good condition left in lockers
is salvaged and also sent abroad.
The Physical Education Depart-
ment is cooperating with WAA in
gathering the equipment. Collec-
tion boxes have been placed in
Barbour Gymnasium and the
Women's Athletic Building. Dona-
tions may be placed in these boxes
from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday and from 8 a.m.
until noon on Saturday.
WAA Plays Host
Michigan will be host to the na-
tional convention of the Athletic
Federation of College Women in
1951, announced WAA President,
Gwen Sperlich, after returning
from this year's AFCW convention
held at the University of Wiscon-
The convention, attended this
year by Miss Sperlich, Betsy
Bousefield, Priscilla Ball and Mar-
garet McDougle, was represen-
tative of 200 schools in 38 states.
The Michigan WAA received the
convention last in 1930.
Coed Off ices
To Be Given at
Announcement of all women's
positions on campus, which will be
made at the annual Installation
Night ceremonies at 7:30 p.m.
.Monday in Rackham Lecture Hall,
will climax a year of hard work
and petitioning on the part of the
The program will include the
tapping ceremonies of Senior So-
ciety and Scroll, women's honor-
ary societies. The Mortar Board,
Ethel McCormick and Delta Delta
Delta scholarships will also be
Patrons will be Dean Alice
Lloyd; Mary C. Bromage, Associ-
ate Dean of Women; Elsie R. Ful-
ler, Assistant Dean of Women;
Ethel McCormick, Social Director
of Women; Edith M. Wheeler,
League Business Manager; Dr.
Margaret Bell, Chairman of Phy-
sical Education for Women and
Marie D. Hartwig, Associate Su-
pervisor in Physical Educationt.
Sorority members, residents of
women's dorms and their house
directors may attend. A reception,
honoring the new officers, will be
held immediately afterwards in
the League Ballroom.
Women's softball team playing
will continue this week with the
following teams competing.
Monday at 5 p.m.-Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Stockwell III, Stock-
well I vs. Delta Gamma II, Cousins
III vs. Michigan Christian Fel-
lowship, and Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma I vs. Pi Phi III.
There will be no games Monday
at 6:45, or Tuesday at 5:00 and at
Wednesday at 5 p.m.-Gamma
Phi Beta I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta
I, Markley vs. Stockwell X, Unit
III (Team ID vs. Cousins II, So-
rosis vs. winner of Stockwell I-
Delta Gamma II.
Wednesday at 6:45-Newberry
II vs. Barbour II, Gamma Phi Beta
II vs. Stockwell XI, Unit III (Team
II) vs. winner of Kappa Kappa
Gamma I-Pi Phi III, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi II vs.'Kappa Delta.
Thursday at 5 p.m.-Zeta Tau
Alpha II vs. winner of Alpha Chi
Omega II-Stockwell III, Stock-
well XIII vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma IV, Chi Omega IV vs. Jordan I,
Alpha Chi Omega I vs. Jordan II.
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BOOTH WINNERS-John Baum, right, co-chairman of the 18th annual IFC Ball presents first
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place. Acacia and Theta Delt succeed Delta Chi and Phi Kappa Sigma, who won first place in last
year's booth display.
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