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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Bowery Prevails
it Union Dance
Costume Dance To Provide Atmosphere

_. .

Sharpshooters

Coal Shortage Causes Blackout in Coed Annex
As Electricians Search for Source of Trouble
By JO KETELHUT while the men dash from one floor gently, but it's a big ii
"So you think you've got to anotherstesting and re-testing who they are for."
troubles," was the typical comment the switches. To sum up their unusua
of the Cambridge Street annex The case of the mysteriously tion, the girls chorus, "Tb
coeds to everyone who complained ringing doorbell was solved fi- in our house: are on dur
about the recent coal strike. nally when one coed realized day and off at night. Ho
Blackout days are here again that it was only "Joe" testing fusing can a situation get
for 21 coeds who have been suf- again.
fering through a week of electri- ain
city problems as well as cool tem- Further complicatingmatters, it M ich i g r s
peratures. seems bthat the buzzer system has
:k :4also been thrown off since the Omitted from yesterda,

Fitting for Visit of Couples to Bowery

mystery
a situa-
ie lights
ing the
ow con-
?"
y's list

Down in Bowery Lane....
This is the atmosphere which
will invade the Union Ballroom
from 9 to 12 p.m. tomorrow night
when the Union presents its
Bowery Ball.
* * *
BOWERY ALLEY complete with
all the trimmings, will be the
theme of the dance. At the en-
trance to the, ballroom, swinging
Coeds To Play
In Tournament
Only half of those coeds who
are signed up to play in the Wom-
en's All Campus Badminton Tour-
nament, are scheduled to play Sa-
turday, due to the large number of
women who wish to participate.
Jeri Mulson, manager, said that
there are 286, coeds who wish to
play which has made it impos-
sible to run off even the first
round of the tournament on the
originally scheduled day, Satur-
day.
Those women whose last names
begin with the letters A through C,
and all those women who were
asked to play and could not last
night, are to play off their game
at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Barbour
Gym-
At 2:15 will be women whose
last names begin with the letters
D through G; at 3:15 p.m. are H
through K and at 3:45 p.m. are
1 through O, all to be played at
Barbour Gym.
Women with last names begin-
ning with P through Z will play
their first round at 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday in Barbour Gym. If
they cannot play at this time, they
should contact Miss Mulson,
2-5618, by Monday for an excuse,
or else they will default.
Miss Mulson stressed the im-
portance of everyone attending
at their scheduled time so that
the tournament can be run off as
smoothly as possible.
Racquets can be rented at the
gym for a small fee and birds
should be supplied by the player.
r-

Clevelanders
Plan Meeting
Members of the Cleveland Clu
will hold their regular meeting
4 p.m. Tuesday in the League.
Attendance is required for
members w~ishing to sign up fI
transportation from Ann Arbor
Cleveland for the spring vacatic
according to George Hawthorn
vice-president of the club.
Election of officers will also
held at this time. The room nur
ber for the meeting will be post
on the bulletin board in the ma
lobby of the League.
The club, new on campus, serv
as a point of social contact f
students at the University w:
come from Cleveland and its su
urbs.

doors, typical of a bowery saloon,
will be set up.
The ballroom itself will be
transformed into a Bowery
street, complete with lamp posts
and false fronts of typical Bow-
ery establishments.
On the terrace Bowery Cabaret
will complete the mood. It will fea-
ture small tables covered with red-
checkered tablecloths.
PROGRAMS will also help to
carry out the theme by featuring
some aspect of the Bowery.
Frank Tinker and his Union
Orchestra will provide music for
the dance. In keeping with the
spirit of the event, the orchestra
wil dress as bums. For the oc-
casion they have changed their
title to Frank Tinker and his
"Bums."
A medley of Bowery tunes will
be a feature of the musical en-
tertainment of the evening.
* *
"LACE IT UP" - a sneak pre-
view that is - will be the high-
light of the intermission enter-
tainment. Several scenes from the
men's Union Opera will be pre-
sented.
Dress down, not up. Those
attending thedance are urged
to dress as Bowery characters.
The costumes may range any-
where from that of a Bowery
maid or a Bowery tramp to
tuxedos and formals which may
be worn by those who are "slum-
ming."
There are actually no, restric-
tions on the type of costume to
be worn. The only stipulation is
that couples must come dressed
as people they might expect to
find in the Bowery. Gay Nineties
costumes may be worn.
' '

--Daily-Realph Clark
BASKETBALL CLUB MEMBERS in practice for their annual
Army-Navy exhibition game to be held in Barbour Gymnasium
tomorrow at 4:15 p.m. The idea of the coeds participating in the
Army-Navy game was first initiated last year.
Basketball Club Participates
In Annual Army-Navy Battle

Army and Navy will meet again
- but it's basketball this season!
The most skilled players in this
year's Basketball Club will pre-
sent their annual exhibition game
at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the Bar-
bour Gym. Two coed teams repre-
senting Army and Navy will bat-
tle for top honors within the club
The exhibition game is open to
the campus
"The idea of the Army-Navy
game was initiated last year and
was so successful that it will prob-
ably become a tradition for the
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Basketball Club," said Anne 0'-
Conner, manager of the club.
The following are the club
members chosen to play in the ex-
hibition game: Army forwards -
Mary Louise Hook, Carol Schaller,
Marge Ingram and Ellen Van
Wagoner; Army guards - Joyce
Howard, Jo Ann Lyons, Vivian
Frazier and Barb Hansen.
The Navy team players are: for-
wards - Lois Middleton, Jeri Mul-
son, Marilyn Sheldon and Elliot
Ryder; guards - Nona Pick, Bet-
sy Bousfield, Helen Girdler, Kathy
Geigenmueller and Tommy An-
gell.
Coffee hour, 3 p.m., Thurs., Mar.
16, 307 HH. All members and
friends invited.
Coming Events

Coed Caenaar

TELEVISION NIGHTLY
Stop Here for
LUNCH
Genuine Italian
SPAGHETTI
with
Salad, Rolls, and Coffee 75c
"Give your taste a treat"
at
LA CASA
302 S. Main --Ph. 8916

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Senior Night Decorations Com-
mittee - Women will meet at 4
p.m. today in the League. "Those
whose names were turned in by
senior representatives are expected
to attend," said Mary Ann Harris,
general chairman.
Senior Night Central Commit-
tee - The committee will meet at
5 p.m. today in the League.
TYPEWRITERS
RENTED
SOLD
BOUGHT
REPAIRED
G.I. Requisitions
Accepted on Supplies Only
MORRILLS
314 S. State St. Ph. 7177
fountain pens repaired

(Continued from Page 4)
Student-Faculty Tea honoring
the English Department, 4-5 p.m.,
Grand Rapids Room, League. ;
U. of M. Sociological Society:

Roger Williams
ish Green" party
Guild House, 8:30
Small cost.

Guild: "Fiend-
(St. Patrick's)
p.m.,+ Mar. 17.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Sabbath services, 7:45 p.m. to be
followed by a fireside discussion
led by Dr. Ronald Freedman, So-

"WE REALLY KNOW what it
was like back in the days before
Edison," said one coed who was
caught washing ler hair one night
when the lights suddenly went
out.
It appears that electric lights,
clocks and radios have been go-
ing, on and off periodically for
a week while electric company
employees attempt to discover
the source of the trouble.
As'one of the men tried in vain
to explain to a baffled coed, "The
220 line got crossed with the 110
line coming into the house and .
but we're working on it."
THE LIGHTS in the living room
have been the only ones which
continue to function during the
blackout periods; consequently
this room has proved to be quite
a popular place for 21 coeds to
study, play bridge and put up their
hair at various intervals during
the night.
"The lights go out - and we
all reach for our cigarettes and
a deck of cards and head for the
living room," said one sopho-
more. "It's a very chummy ar-
rangement for awhile, then the
electricity goes back on and
conditions are normal again."
One of the coeds fondly remem-
bers the night she spent in frantic
search for her bobby pins and
curlers with only a miniature
Girl Scout flashlight as an aid.
* * *
A MAN NAMED "Joe" and an-
other called "Bob" have been
working steadily during the past
few days to remedy the, sad situa-
tion. The girls have been told to
turn on their lights during the day
ciology Department. Topic: "Sur-
vival or Extinciton."
B'nai B'rith Ilillel Foundation:
Reservations for Passover meals
and Sedarim must be made by
Mar. 21. Phone 3-4129 for infor-
mation.
Student Art Festival: Student
art exhibit, Alumni Memorial
Hall; Fri., Mar. 17, 8 p.m., Alumni
Memorial Hall. Concerto for
Chamber Orchestra, Edward Chu-
d a c o ' f. Introductory address:
"What's the Good of Art, Any-
way?" Prof. Charles L. Steven-
son., Movie: The Well-Wrought
Ern.
The Water Safety Instructors'
Course will be conducted by the
Red Cross between April 24 and
May 4 at the Intramural Pool.
First meeting, 7:30 p.m., Mon.,
Apr. 24; subsequent meetings will
be announced then. The course is
open to both men and women. To
be eligible one must hold a cur-
rent Senior Life Saving Certificate
and be at least 19 years of age.
Anyone interested should sign up
in Office 15, Barbour Gymnasium.
University Museums Friday Eve-
ning Program: Exhibits in the Mu-
seums building, 7 to 9 p.m. Motion
pictures: "Sea Urchin" and "Shell
Fishing." 7:30 p.m., Kellogg Audi-
torium, auspices of the University
Museums, through the courtesy of
the Audio-Visual Education Cen-
ter-. Exhibit: Portraits of Michi-
gan Mammals, by Richard Philip
Grossenheider. Rotunda, Museums
Building.
The AIEE-IRE will meet with
the Mich. Section of IRE, Fri.,
Mar. 17, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
theater. Speaker: Dr. Nierenberg.
Topic: "Electronic Equipment and
Circuits in Cosmic Ray Research."
Grad Outing Club: Meet Fri.
(7:15 at Rackham or 7:30 at IM
Bldg.) for swimming, volleyball.
Bring appropriate equipment.

Young Progressives Party: 8 p.-
m., Fri., ABC room, League.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15-4:30
p.m., Fri., League Cafeteria. Stu-
dents and faculty members invited.
Kappa Phi, Methodist Women's
Club will meet at 4:55 at the Con-
gregational Church for the Cha-
pel Service. Supper will follow at
6:00 at-the church.
Summer Courses
UNIVERSITY
o fMAM 1R11

electricity problem began. Many
a campus male has found to his
bewilderment that some strange
coed comes walking down the
stairs in answer to a buzz for his
date.
A * *-
THE THIRD FLOOR occupants
have been getting more than their
share of exercise by answering to
their buzzes for phone calls on
first floor which do not exist.
As one confused coed re-
marked, "The buzzers burp
Co-ops Present
LectureParty
Members of the Robert Owen
Co-op House wil present a mar-
riage Lecture party at 8 p.m. Sa-
turday.
The party is a take-off on the
recent marriage lectures given at
the University. Marriage Coun-
sellors will be on hand for any ad-
vice needed by attending couples.
The party is open to the entire
campus.
The Owen House presented a
Sadie Hawkins party last year
which was a take-off on the in-
feriority of University women.

ANN ARBOR FIGURE SKATING CLUB
presents
8th ANNUAL ICE CARNIVAL
"MEOIPY ON ICE"
Cast of 190
Saturday, March 18, 8:00 P.M. $1.00
(Students I.D. Cards at Rink Only) only 75C
Sunday, March 19, 3:00 P.M. 75c
UNIVERSITY ICE RINK
Tickets On Sale At:
Michigan Union, Ulrich's, Slater's,
Wahr's Bookstores, and Ice-Rink.
- __________ _____-_ ______________-- -__________________ il

of organizations having booths
at 3 ichigras were Delta Gam-
ma and Theta Xi.
Representatives from all
groups participating will meet
in the Union at 4 p.m. Thurs-
day.

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