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THE MIIGIAN DAILY ______

1950

Frank Tinker To Play
At Annual Military Ball

Sophomore League Posiions
To BeExplained at Meeting
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Frank Tinker and his Union or-
chestra will provide the musical
background for Michigan militar
when it presents its annual dance
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Union
Ballroom on Friday.
Hillel To Hold
OpenMeetp
There will be an open meeting
at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon
at the Hillel Foundation.
Included on the agenda of the
meeting will be the discussion and
planning of the Hillel program
for the coming year. Following
this, meetings of several commit-
tees have been scheduled.

In keeping with the military
mood, Tinker and his orchestra
will present a medley of songs sig-
nificant of the different branches
of service.
During the intermission, Newton
Loken, gymnastics coach, will lead
those attending the affair in
square dancing. The committee for
the dance will demonstrate the
calls first; then the entire group
will participate in the dancing.
Gcld braid and gleaming insig-
nia will be a highlight of the1
dance, for all the men attending
will be dressed in their uniforms.
Military Ball has become a. tra-
ditional event at Michigan since it
was first introduced back in 1918
by the ROTC and NROTC. The
dance has been presented every
year with the exception of the
years of World War II.
Presented by a "military staff"
under the direction of Paul An-
derson, the dance will be open to
all members of the Army,: Navy,
and ROTC units, active and re-
serve officers in the area.
Members of the committee are
Robert Isaacson, finance; Dwight
Vincent, publicity; Phil Smith,
tickets and Robert Linder, Ralph
Schatz and Dave Barkkam, de-
corations.
It is being stressed that there
will be no corsages for the affair.
All women will be given 1:30- a.m.
permission because of the dance.

A mass meeting for those fresh-
man women interested in petition-
ing for sophomore positions open
next semester, has been slated for
5 p.m. Thurs., March 16 in the
League.
Positions open include: three
positions on interviewing com-
mittee, six sophomore aids on ju-
diciary committee and three cap-
tains on the dance class commit-
tee.
Also open are all central com-
mittee positions on Sophomore
Cabaret. This list includes: Chair-
man, assistant chairman, secre-
tary, assistant secretary, treasurer,
assistant treasurer, chairman and
assistant chairman of decorations
committee, chairman of hostess
committee. Other positions are:
programs chairman, chairman and
two assistant chairmen of publi-
city committee, chairman of re-
freshments committee, chairman
of special booths, and chairman
and assistant chairman of ticket
committee.
Soph Cab floor show committee
positions to be filled are: director
and assistant director, chairman
and assistant chairman of costume
committee, chairman of dance
committee and two assistant
chairmen of this committee.
The list continues with: make-
up chairman and assistant chair-

man, chairman and two assistant
chairmen of music committee,
script committee chairman, stage
manager, assistant stage manager,
chairman of ushering committee.
Petitions for these positions will
be due .at 5 p.m. March 22 in the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue.
WAA Notices
Badminton Tournament-Names
of those coeds who wish to parti-
cipate in the all campus tourna-
ment, must be turned in today at
the office of Barbour Gym.
** *
Badminton Club - Both men
and women may participate in the
club at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday in
Waterman Gym. "It is also a good
time for coeds to practice for the
tournament," according to Jeri
Mulson, club manager.
Coaches Club - The first meet-
ing of the semester will be held
at 7:15 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym. Meetings have not been held
before due to rushing.
* * *
Camp Counselor's Club - The
organizational meeting will be held
at 7:15 p.m. today in the WAB.

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PLANNERS-Checking up on final details before the Friday
night presentation of Military Ball are Midshipman Dwight Vin-
cent, publicity chairman; Col. K. E. Henion and Cadet Paul D.
Anderson, general chairman for the dance.
Methodist Church Wesley Guild
Plans Dance for WSSF Project,
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As one of their projects for WS-
SF, the Wesley Guild of the Me-
thodist Church is sponsoring a
record dance to be held Friday in
Lane Hall.
Students will have an opportun-
ity to do both social and square
dancing from 8 to 12 p.m. Refresh-
ments will also be served at the
dance.
Both Sigma Theta Epsilon, na-
tional Methodist men's fraternity
and Kappa Phi, national Metho-
dist women's sorority, are working
with the Guild on plans for the
dance. This will be part of their
WSSF project also.
Other student groups on campus

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For Women
An organizational meeting of
the WAA Bowling Club will be
held at 5 p.m. today in the main
lounge of the WAB.
During the seven week session
each semester, members bowl one
afternoon per week in the WAB
bowling alleys with approximately
twenty other women.
Bowling will start at 3:30 p.m.
Monday in the WAB and continue
until 5:30 p.m. Each afternoon,
Monday through Thursday during
these hours, the club will take over
the alleys.
If the club wishes, one or more
nights may be used to do their
bowling also. This was necessary
last year due to the many coeds
who wished to participate.
At the organizational meeting
today, Betsy Stanton, club man-
ager, will announce whether in-
struction will be given to begin-
ners tomorrow afternoon. She will
also make important announce-
ments concerning a change in club
policies.
Those coeds who wish to obtain
5. participation points for Bowling
Club membership must bowl a
minimum of 11 games during the
season. Last semester, 82 women
received participation points from
the club.

are helping with the arrangements
for the dance which will be plan-
ned without expenses.
Tickets are on sale now and may
be obtained between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. at both the Wesley Guild
and Lane Hall. They will also be
sold at the dance.
$100 Scholarship
Open To Juniors
Honoring Ethel A. McCormick,
social director of the Michigan
League, a scholarship of $100 is
presented annually by the under-
graduate women of the League.
Open to second semester junior
women, the scholarship is award-
ed on the basis of participation in
campus activities, leadership abil-
ity and the need of financial help.
Two letters of recommendation
must accompany each application.
However, if it is not possible to
turn in these letters by Friday,
which is the deadline for applica-
tions, they may be turned in at
the beginning of next week.
Junior women who are interest-
ed in applying, should bring their
eligibility cards to the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League, where
applications are available. Upon
completion of the applications,
they should be sent directly to
Marjorie Flint, president of the
Women's League.
Interviewing of the applicants
will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. from March 14 through
March 17 before the executive
council. Applicants may sign up
now for an appointment for their
interview.
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