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.._THE MICHIGAN DAILY V

Fred Netting
Martial Decorations
To Uphold Tradition
Of Springtime Dance
Fred Netting and his orchestra
from Detroit will play for the an-
nual Military Ball which will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight
in the Union Ballroom.
The dance which is attended by
members of the campus ROTC
units, reserve officers and mem-
bers of the National Guard has
been presented each spring se-
mester by the military men since
the first world war.
This year, still using the tradi-
tional martial decorations, but
with a new twist, the uniformed
men and their dates will be greet-
ed at the top of the stairway by a
huge welcome sign.
On display in the hallway and
in the main ballroom will be a
case of medals awarded during the
last war by the various branches
of the armed services.
Insignia of the services will also
be placed about the ballroom where
cut away projection pieces of
training aids will be visible to the
dancing couples.
A novel clock will keep official
army time during the evening.
Based on Greenwich time, the
dance will last unofficially till 6
a.m.
The Netting group features Judy
Claire as Vocalist and Wally Gor-
don on the trumpet. Popular in
the Detroit area, the Netting group
styles its arrangements after
Ralph Flanagan.
Ticket for the dance are avail-
able from officers and members of
the central committee or at the
military offices. They will also be
sold at the door.
The committee requests that no
corsages be worn.

-Dally-Matty Kessler
PLEASANT WORK-Jean Martin acts as secretary for busy senior
Irv Stenn by taking notes while he answers the phone. Usually,
however, Stenn keeps his appointments organized by making a
careful list of them each day.
* * * *
IN THE MONEY NOW:
Irv Stenn Wields Checkbook
As Senior Class Treasurer
4'N

on the JA4tjeI
By NAN REGANALL
With the first sign of Michigras,
the fancies of many a campus
party-goer have turned to thoughts
of carnivals and circuses.
Pink lemonade and games will
provide the circus atmosphere for
Alpha Xi Deltas when they honor
their pledges at their "Kiddies at
the Circus" party tomorrow night.
The cry, "Hot dogs, ev'rybody git
your hot dogs!" will assure couples
at Henderson House that they're
at a sure 'nuf carnival. .Records
will account for the carnival party
music.
TRADITIONAL confetti a n d
crepe paper will decorate the Sigma
Nu house for a Mardi Gras party
Saturday night. Couples in humor-
ous Mardi Gras costumes will
dance to band music amid a typi-
cal New Orleans atmosphere.
Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Delta
Phi, Delta Sigma Delta, Delta
Tau Delta and Phi Chi will have
informal record dances Saturday
night.
At the Phi Sigma Delta house,
couples will have to prove they're
in their second childhood (or may-
be first) before they can get in to
the party. At their third annual
"Red Sox Slide," a playground,
slide will be set up at the door of
the house so that couples will have
to slide into the house. The tra-
ditional garb for the "Red Sox
Slide" is blue jeans and, of course,
red socks. Hay, red lanterns, etc.,
will decorate the house for the rec-
ord dance.
The Theta Chis will have a band
on hand Saturday night for a
dance honoring their pledges.
A "Dixieland Party" will oc-
cupy the Delta Upsilon house to-
morrow night. Helping the DU's
to escape below the Mason-Dixon
line will be BobLeopold's orches-
tra.
Phi Gamma Delta, Zeta Psi and
Theta Xi willalso have record
dances Saturday night.
Tau Delta Phis will have a dance
hall party. Members of several
other houses on campus have been
invited to the combo dance.
Capt. Sebald will lead a treasure
hunt at the Chi Phi "Treasure
Chest" party tomorrow night. The
treasure has not been announced
but there are all sorts of prizes in
store for the winners.
Delta Chis and their dates will
dress up as cute little brats 'for
their "Kiddies Costume Party'
record dance to be held Satuday
night.

-Daily-Al Reid
DE BUMS--Winners of the recent nationwide "Big Bums" contest
are behind bars at the county jail on charges of disturbing the
peace while selling tickets for Bowery Ball. The dance, a coming
out party for all local bums, will be presented from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
Friday Night IM Poram
To Resume in Two Week!",s

Men and women interested in
taking part in a varied sport's pro-
gram may attend the re-organiza-
tional meeting of the co-recrea-
tional Town and Country Club to
be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the
WAB.
Glen Musselman, manager of
the club, extends a welcome to all
men and women on campus and
insures a good time.
* * *
THE TOWN and Country Club
is designed to give men and wo-
men an opportunity to participate
in a great variety of sports and
dances together in an organized
group.
Plans for the re-organization-
al meeting include outlining and
discussing the projects of the
club for this semester.
Sport films, including "Ski Holi-
day," "How to Ski" and "Ice
Hockey," will be shown at the
meeting, and the WAB bowling al-
leys will also be open to the group
tomorrow evening.
MUSSELMAN, WHO is hoping
for a large turn-out at the meet-
ing, says that he is sure everyone
who joins the club will have a
wonderful time participating in
the activities.
The Town and Country club
manager says that past member-
ship was approximately 20 men
and women, but he expects more
people this semester.
Tentative plans for the co-re-
creational club include a hay ride,
which will be held in the near fu-
Accessories
Wrap a man's white handker-
chief around your neck. As con-
trast pin it with a huge bunch of
red poppies for an original acces-
sory.

By MARILYN CAMPBELL
Irv "Papoose Kisser" Stenn, lit-
erary college senior from Chicago,
Ill., is serving as this year's senior
class book-balancer.
His duties as treasurer include
the organization of collection of
dues and helping with other sen-
ior class functions. At the present
time he is busy with finances for
Senior Ball to be held March 15.
* * *
THIS YEAR an effort is being
made by the entire senior board
to combine the classes from all the
different colleges on campus into
one working body.
Elected by his classmates,
Stenn took over the job already
experienced in money matters,
having served as treasurer of
the Student Legislature. He was
also elected to the vice-presi-

x

Assembly Petitions
Petitions for Assembly Board
are due at 5 p.m. today in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League.

K-

dency of this organization and
served as a cabinet member at
large.
While on SL he attended the
Deans' Conference for two years,
pushing the student - proposed
Thanksgiving holiday, which was
finally approved this fall.
* * *
STENN HOPES to enter law
school next fall. Knowing that he
is a "politician at heart," his fel-
low members of Michigauma, all
campus senior honorary society,
have named him "papoose kisser."
His interests in law are also
furthered by his service on the
Men's Judiciary and Joint Ju-
diciary Councils.
In his freshman year Stenn won
numerals in tennis and basketball
-and went on to varsity tennis the
next year. He then dropped sports
to give more time to other activi-
ties. As a junior he was a member
of Sphinx, all campus junior hon-
orary society.
DURING HIS four years at the
University, he has spent much
time traveling to various conven-
tions.
Later this month Stenn will
appear for the first time in the
Union Opera.
The busy senior has worked out
a system to get him where he's
supposed to be at the right time.
He keeps lists in his pockets which
are easily checked and which af-
terwards serve as a record of
where he has been.
When asked if these many acti-
vities had been of any value to
him Stenn replied, "Definitely
yes. I've become more keenly
aware of campus life. Being close-
ly associated with the faculty and
my fellow students has made me
feel more a part of the University
-that I have devoted something
to the school."
"It's been work but most of all
fun, and this isn't a campaign
speech."

Due to the Western ConferenceI
wrestling meet, the Intramural
Building will not :be open for co-
recreational activities tonight, nor I
next Friday.3
Regular IM activities will re-
sume on Friday, March 21, and,
continue until the end of the sea-
son.
A new policy has been adopted
in regard to court reservation. A'
certain percentage of courts will!
be reserved for couples, but if these
courts are unclaimed at reserva-
tion time, they may be used by
others.
The IM building will be closed
until 7:15 on the co-recreational
Friday nights, because of the con-
gestion which has been caused by
early-comers.
Every Friday night, with the ex-;
ceptions of this week and next, the
IM Building is open to men and
Frosh Weekend
A meeting of the maize and
blue central committees of
Frosh Weekend will be held at
4:30 today in the League.

women students from 7:30 to 10:30
p.m.
Officials at the IM request that
everyone bring ID cards due to the
great number of people using the
facilities.
Tournament play will also re-
sume on March 21 at the IM.
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