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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ON THHE HOUSE
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By NAN REGANALL
Let it never be said that there is a lack of weekend entertainment
on the University campus!
It takes less than very little to arouse the local party spirit. Look
at the Thank God Its Friday Club-do they need an elaboroate ex-
cuse to celebrate?
OR FOR THAT MATTER do the Tau Delta Phi's? Believe in
the "man's fest friend" school or thought, the Tau Delta Phi's will
celebrate the birthday of their dog, Landa Don Lattendurg tomorrow
evening. Landa (and perhaps the Tau Delts) will feel right at home
among doghouse decorations. While the guests dance to record
music Landa will chew upon the gifts which will be opened at pre-
cisely 10:30 in the evening.
At the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house, "Tin Pan Alley" has in-
spired a party tomorrow night. Dressed as song titles, couples
will enter the house and continue to the ballroom through a series
of large replicas of song sheets. Music by a combo will share
the attraction in the ballroom with sheet music and streamers
with notes attached decorating the walls.
Newberry women and Michigan House men will get together for
a "Jam session" with the music being supplied by the Michigan House
men. As yet the men have not revealed just where the music is com-
ing from but it is suspected that it will be a conglomeration of "local
talent."
TOMORROW NIGHT will be game time for the Phi Sigma Kap-
pa's. Ping pong, cards, and records will be the attractions for the Phi
Sigs and their dates.
Couples will be dancing to records tomorrow night at the Phi
Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Delta, Sigma Nu, Theta Xi and Triangle
houses.
The Pi Lambda Phi's will have a combo for their dance.
Tonight the Kappa Sigma's will have an informal record dance.
HINSDALE AND JORDAN women will entertain their dates for
Assembly Ball at pre-parties tonight.
Hinsdale will have a punch-tail party while Jordan entertains.
With coke-tails.
Initiating their newly-decorated basement, the Sigma Chi's have
planned a Saturday night band dance with Phi Gamma Delta and Psi
Upsilon.
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SHOES WILL BE scarce at both the Theta Delta Chi and the
Delta Chi houses tomorrow night.
When the Theta Delts feet get tired, they will play such
games as "pass the orange" or just sit and listen to Bill Layton's
quartet. Socks that the Theta Delts aren't wearing to the dance
will be strung up about the rooms for decorations.
Delta Chi's will hear the patter of stockinged feet to record music.
CHINATOWN, U.S.A. will be depicted at the Zeta Beta Tau house.
And what would a Chinese settlement be without chop suey? Play-
ing to the click of chop sticks as couples sit on the floor and eat chop
suey from collapsed card tables will be Earl Pearson. Lanterns and
other decorations peculiar to the Orient will hang from the ceilings
and walls.
Roulette wheels and 'dice will be rolling at the Delta Sigma Phi
house gambling casino, "Club Shomrock" Saturday night.
Taking advantage of leap year, the Chi Phis are sponsoring a
"Sadie Hawkins" race at their "Sadie Hawkins" dance tomorrow night.
- Paul Morris and his Dogpatch Five will be playing for the couples
dancing in a rural atmosphtre.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Alpha, Beta
Theta Pi, Delta Tau Delta, Allen Rumsey and Greene houses will have
informal record dances tomorrow night.
A record dance, at the Alpha Sigma Phi house will be centered
d about a leap year theme.
Ken Norman and his orchestra will play for Alpha Tau Omega's
formal honoring the pledges of last semester.
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Basketball -- There will be a
meeting of the WAA Basketball
Club at 4 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym. A round robin tournament
will be held.
Badminton Tournament --Sec-
ond round of the all-campus bad-
minton tournament will be played
tomorrow in Barbour Gym. No
birds will be furnished. It is ex-
pected that the tournament will
be played off down to the quarter
finals this week. Women will re-
port at the gym at the following
times: At 1 p.m.-Bubel, Ford, Mc-
Allister, Meier, Priebe, Reganall,
Rizzo, Roper, Greenfield, Gregory,
Katsock, Kermath, Pruitt, Martin-
ak; at 1:30 p.m.-Huber, LeDuc,
Nussbaum, Penny, Miekka, Peter-
son, Riley, Sloane, Wyche, Nelson,
Bacon; at 2 p.m.-Sarr, Thomas,
Vollrath, Brown; at 3 p.m.-
Chang, Crego, Alexander, Becker,
Shoesmith, Fink.
WAA Petitions -- Petitions are
still available for positions on the
Board of the Women's Athletic
Association. Petitions are due on
March 4 in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
Bum Contest-There is a na-
tionwide contest being held to de-
termine who are the five biggest
bums in the country. Further in-
formation on the future results of
this survey will appear in The
Daily soon.
League Positions-Petitions for
League sophomore positions will
be due at 5 p.m. today in the Lea-
gue Undergraduate Office. Stu-
dents should sign up for interviews
when they turn in petitions.

CAMPUS CUPIDS:

Assembly Ball To Be Held Tonight

Cupids and femmes fatales will'
adorn the League tonight for the
annual Assembly Ball to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Because today is the extra day
of leap year, the organization of
independent women planned their
coed-bid semi-formal to fall on
this day.
THE LEAP YEAR theme inspir-
ed such decorations as cardboard
images of 'Diamond Lil, Scarlet
O'Hara and Helen of Troy.
Tickets are being sold today
in the League for $2.50. Bouton-
nieres that were ordered in the
League may be picked up there
this afternoon. If they were or-
dered in dormitories or league
houses they will be delivered.
Johnny Harberd and his orches-
tra and Bob Leopold and his com-
bo will provide the musical moods
for dancing.
MEMBERS OF the central com-
mittee request that coeds and their
dates use the entrance to the Lea-
gue on the mall in order to relieve
congestion near the checkrooms.
The office of the dean of wo-
men has granted 1:30 permission
for tonight.
The central committee makes
it clear that coeds may or may not
wear flowers as they wish.
CARRYING OUT a new plan

this year coffee and cookies will be
served during the- course of the
evening.
Several residence halls are
planning.coke-tail and punch-
tail parties before the dance.
This tradition was started sev-
eral years ago.
During the war years Assembly
Association and Panhellenic pre-
sented their annual balls together.
Later they held them separately.
* * *
IN 1950 the theme of the inde-
pendent women's dance was "Kan-
dy Kingdom." The Union ballroom
was decorated as a mythical land
of sweets with gingerbread men
and houses, lollipops and candy
kisses.
Music fitting the atmosphere

was provided by Frank Tinker
and his orchestra.
Members of Senior Society sold
boutonnieres that year as they are
this year.
LAST YEAR the dance had
"Show Boat" for its theme. The
main ballroom of the League was
decorated to represent a 19th cen-
tury theater for the production.
The hall leading from the
main ballroom was decorated as
the ship's deck, the Grand Ra-
pids room was the ship's ball-
room, and the League dining
room was decorated as the ship's
saloon.
Music for the evening was pro-
vided by Phil Brestoff and his or-
chestra from Detroit.

-Daily-Matty Kessler
MILITARY BALL-Ann Canfield and Colette Fisher look with
admiration at the tickets held by their dates, Russell Vance and
Bill Fisher, for the annual Military Ball. The dance will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, March 7 in the Union ballroom.
Services To Be Represented
In Military Ball Decorations

I JUST ARRIVED
A New Shipment of Copper
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330 Maynard Street
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Cut-away displays and insignia
of the various branches of the;
armed services will be used as
decorations for the annual Mili-
tary Ball to be held from 9 pm.
to 1 a.m., Friday, March 7 in the,
Union Ballroom.
The traditional dance which is
held during the second semester of
each year has been presented at
the University since the ROTC
units on campus during the first
world war presented it.
Restricted previously to mem-
bers of the ROTC units on cam-
pus the dance is now open to
members of the national guard
and reserve officers.
Music for the uniformed men
and their dates will be played by
the orchestra of Fred Netting from
Detroit. Styling his playing after
the style of Ralph Flanagan and

the late Glen Miller, the group
also features a vocalist, Judy
Claire.
Tickets for Military Ball may
be purchased from officers and
members of the central dance
committee. They may also be ob-
tained at the military offices.

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Is on the loose.
Hear her call
For Senior Ball.

NEW ADDITIONS TO THE CATALOG
COLUMWBIA LRECORD
Symphony No. 8 "Unfinished" (Schubert)
Symphony No. 31 "Paris" (Mozart)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Beecham
Symphony No. 4 in E minor (Brahms)
New York Philharmonic Symphony - B. Walter
Symphonie Fantastique (Berlioz)
Philadelphia Orchestra - Ormandy
Wozzeek-Complete Opera (Berg)
Soloists, N. Y. Philharmoni" Symphony - Mitropoulos
Espana Rhapsody (Chabrier)
La Cambiale Di Matrimonio (Rossini)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Beecham
-- And From Movies and Broadway Shows --
Conversation Piece -- Noel Coward and Lily Pons
Girl Crazy - Maiy Martin and Broadway Cast
I'll See You In My Dreams --Doris Dad
The records you want are always in stock at either of our conveniently
located stores. Let our pleasantly efficient clerks help you in your selection.
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