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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARfY 16, 1949
Military Ball Ticket
Sales Now Open

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Tickets are now on sale for
the annual Military Ball, slated
for 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. March 18 in
the Union Ballroom.
The formal, open to all reserve
and active officers of ROTC,
NROTC, regular Army and Navy,
will feature the music of Frank
Tinker and his orchestra.
A military theme will be car-
ried out in the decorations. A na-
tionally-known trio has been
scheduled for intermission enter-
tainment.
Military dignitaries from the
fifth military district, which in-
cludes Ann Arbor, are also ex-
pected to attend the dance, ac-
cording to committee chairman
Jack Waters, ROTC.
Other members of the commit-
lee are Capt. Donald H. Merton,
ROTC, and Comdr. Markeson
Varland, NROTC, advisers; Jim
Ely, secretary; George Olsen,
band; Frank Marovich and Ken
Thorpe, publicity.
Caduceus Ball
Students and faculty of Medical.
School and local doctors may still
purchase Caduceus Ball tickets

Other committeemen are Rob-
ert Goslow, tickets, programs and
invitations; Jim Van Veen, deco-
rations; Harold Schuler, buildings
and grounds; and Gordon Car-
penter and Keith Beers, members-
at-large.
Tickets are $3.00 per couple and
are on sale at ROTC and NROTC
headquarters. Women attending
the formal will be granted 1:30
a.m. permission.
Dames Bridge
Group To Meet
Michigan Dames Brige Group
will hold its monthly meeting at
8 p.m. today in the Hussey Room
of the League.
Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. Paul F. Chenea, Mrs. Rob-
ert Carter and Mrs. Charles Phil-
lips.
The Dames Drama Group will
hold its meeting at 8 'p. to-
morrow in the home of the group's
sponsor, Mrs. L. Kart Wright,
2583 Fernwood.

Davidson-Herman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Judith Bernice, to Mr. Martin
Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Herman also of Detroit.
Miss Davidson is a senior in the
School of Education. Mr. Herman
is studying at Meinziner Art
School in Detroit.
Gestie-Chappuis
Mr. and Mrs. Emory F. Gestie of
Fargo, N.D. have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Ann Elizabeth, to Robert R. Chap-
puis, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Chappuis of Toledo.
Miss Gestie is a senior in the
literary college. She is a member
of Delta Gamma and Scroll, senior
women's honorary society.
Mr. Chappuis graduated from
the University last June. He was
president of Phi Delta Theta and
a member of Michigamua during
his senior year.
Announcement of the engage-
ment was made between semesters
in Toledo and by Miss Gestie last
week at the sorority house.

Mussel man-Cobble
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Musselman
of Royal Oak have announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Nancy, to Milan Cobble of Ann
Arbor.
Miss Musselman will graduate
in June from the literary college.
She is a member of Chi Omega
and Scroll. women's senior hon-
orary. She also holds the position
of Dance Class Chairman on
League Council.
Her fiance graduated from Iiie
College of Engineering in Febru-
ary, 1948 and was a member of
Phi Delta Theta. Mr. Cobble is
now employed by Kaiser-Frazer
Corp.
The engagement was announced
Sunday at a sorority house dinner.
Plans have been made for a sum-
mer wedding.
Athletic Managers
All athletic managers interest-
ed in working on the Tennis Ball
being sponsored by WAA this
spring are asked to attend a meet-
ing at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
WAB offices, or to call Rosemarie
Schoetz, 2-2569.

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new film in which she starts as
a school teacher and becomes a
dance hall queen. The picture is
still in production.

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at the University Hospital Galens As part of the evening's pro-
Stand, in the medical sorority and gram, members will record their
fraternities, and from class repre- voice on a wire recorder. Further
sentatives: work will be done on the play
The dance is slated for Satur- which the group is currently pro-
day in the League Ballroom. ducing.
'Hillelzapoppin' Committee
To HoldFirst Meeting Today

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The central committee for "Hil-
ielzapoppin'," annual dramatic
presentation sponsored by the Hil-
lel Foundation for the benefit of
the United Jewish Appeal, will
meet today to organize.
Taking the general chairman-
ship for this year's production is
Naomi Gaberman. Other positions
on the committee are held by
Ruth Frankenstein, stage mana-
ger; Bud Frank, finance and tick-5
ets; Rosalie Mayer, ushering;
Marilyn Kopel,' programs; Mar-h
ian Friednian, makeup; FUther'
Sklar, music; and Iris Schuham,
publicity.
Every fraternity, sorority and
student residence is eligible to
participate in "Hillelzapoppin'."'
In the past as many as 13 to 16'

scripts have been submitted to the
committee. From these scripts
six are chosen on the basis of their
originality and dramatic appeal
to appear on the program.
. Scripts were ,handed over to the
committee last Monday and elimi-
nation results will be announced
by Feb. 23.
After that date the six best
skits will be in production and
.enter final competition for the
honorary cup on the evening of
the program, which will be held
March 26 in Pattengill Audito-
rium.
Students interested in working
backstage or those who are un-
able to attend scheduled organi-
2 ational meetings may call Naomi
Gaberman at Stockwell.

By LEE KALTENBACH
Those campus Lotharios who
find the three to one ratio a per-
plexing problem may owe some of
their grief to the existence of the
Baby Sitting Bureau."
Yes, last semester 150 coeds
signed up to spend their after-
noons and evenings baby sitting
to earn some of that much needed
cash.
-The "Baby Sitting Bureau" is
located in the Office of the Dear
of Women and corisists of a list of
the names of coeds interested ir
working as baby sitters for faculty
members, married graduate stu-
dent couples and business people
in Ann Arbor. Last semester ovei
160 calls were received for sitters.
The women specify the time
they are available when signing
up. When the Office of the Dean
of Women receives a call from a
couple desiring the services of a
sitter, they give the party the
names of three sitters, one of

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whom is usually able to accom-
modate the couple.
IF THE SITTERL proves effi-
cient, the couple will undoubtedly
call her again, and this often leads
to a more or lessdsteady job. The
amount of pay is discussed be-
tween employer and employee, us-
ually in advance, in relation to1
the required tasks.
The idea seems to be almost
historic on campus, although
the demand has now reached an
all-time peak. During the war
and immediately following, the
League conducted a volunteer

pilan whereby University women
offered their services as sitters.
"Baby sitting provides an ex-
cellent opportunity foraearning
money since the sitter can often
study at the same time and such a
job does not tie the women down
in advance," says Mrs. Mary C.
Bromage, Associate Dean of Wom-
en.
IF THE EMPLOYER wishes the
sitter to . remain after closing
hours, late permission can be ob-
tained. Usually coeds are taken
home by their employer, according
( to . Mrs. Bromage. At least this
plan is suggested in advance.

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Assembly Ball central commit-
tee will meet at 4 p.m. today in
the League.
Sheets have been posted in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League and in dormitories for
women to sign up for committee
work. Pat Reed, dance chair-.
man, urges all interested women
to sign up.
S * *
J.G.P. Central committee will
meet at 4 p.m. today in the
League. The room will be post-
ed.
Those who ordered pictures of
Soph Cabaret rehearsals can pick
them up in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
All women's residences are re-
quested to submit to the Women's
Judiciary Council the names of
their house directors and house
presidents and ther quiet hours
for the spring semester.
Tennis Club-Members w ill
meet at 5 p.m. today in the WAB
to elect a new manager following
the resignation of the former
manager.
Modern Dance Club-Old and
new members will meet at 7:15
p.m. tonight in the Barbour Gym
dance studio.
Merit-tutorial junior assistants

will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
merit-tutorial office in the
League.
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Scenery Committee of JGP will
meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Suites
1 and 2 on the third floor of the
League. Members are to wear
blue jeans and bring their eligi-
bility card if it has not been
signed.
Those juniors who would like to
work on scenery, but have not
been pr'eviously signed up for this
committee should come to thisI
meeting, according to the chair-
man.

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