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AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV

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ilitary Ball Will Be Given-
University ROTC Units
Netting Orchestra To Play at Annual Dance;
Ticket Sales Now Open To Upperclassmen

ON T HE HOUSE
By NAN REGANALL
After the round of J-Hop parties last weekend, the men have
evidently turned their pockets inside out and found no spare cash
for elaborate affairs, so this weekend the social activities on campus
will be highlighted by informality.
At the, League Saturday night, Mortarboard will have "Some-

Fred Netting and his orchestra
from Detroit will play for this
year's Military Ball, which will be
held from 9 till 1 p.m. Friday,
March 7 in the Union Ballroom.
Netting, who is a native of De-
troit was a featured saxaphonist
with the Tony Pastor band after
he graduated from high school.
* * *
LATER HE WAS connected with
radio stations for several years do-
ing composing and arranging
work.
He then organized his own
Editor Named
By Assembly
Assembly, association for inde-
pendent women, has announced-
the appointment of Donna Hen-
dleman as editor of the new inter-
dorm newspaper.
She will be assisted by Nancy
Willbrandt.
Both coeds are members of the
junior class. Miss Hendleman is
a night editor on the Daily and
Miss Willbrandt is on the staff
of the Stockwell paper.
The newspaper is a new Assem-
bly project which will attempt to
integrate more fully the inde-
pendent women on campus.
The first issue of the paper will
be published in March and will
be -distributed to all dormitories
and league houses. Several is-
sues will be published before the
end of the semester.
Assembly plans to make the
newspaper a permanent project.
Included in the paper will be
features on the dormitories, stor-
les on various campus activities
an da celendar of events.

band, writing his own arrange-
ments styled after the playing
of Ralph Flanagan and Glen
Miller.
The band now features Judy
Claire, a vocalist who is also fea-
tured daily over a Detroit radio
station.
Wally Gorden is also featured as
a trumpet player.
** *
THE NETTING ORCHESTRA
has played at major colleges in
this area in addition to ballrooms
in Detroit.
True to tradition and to its
name, Military Ball will be held
amidst "military" decorations.
Special entertainment will take
place at intermission time.
Sponsored by the ROTC units
of the army, navy, marines and
air force, Military Ball was intro-
duced back in 1918 by the ROTC
and NROTC groups.
* . *
SINCE THEN it has become
traditional with the dance also
open to members of the National
Guard and reserve officers.
Tickets for the military dance
may be purchased by juniors
and seniors exclusively until
Feb. 20, from officers and mem-
bers of the dance committee
and at the military offices.
After that, the ticket sales will
be open to underclassmen.
Senior Positions
The deadline for junior peti-
tions for senior positions in the
League has been extended till
5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18.
Coeds may sign up for an
appointment for an interview
when the petitions are turned
in at the League Undergradu-
ate office.

thing for the Boys," the annual "
Coed Announces
Coming Marriage
To 'U' Graduate

payoff" dance affording coeds an
opportunity to repay their dates
for a semester of fun.
** *
ALSO LEAVING arrangements
u pto the ladies is Phi Delta Epsi-
lon. The ladies' auxiliary will pre-
sent a "Heart Trouble" dance with
the music of Trep Tellida and his
band.
Open-houses for everyone on
campus will be held by Scott
House of South Quad and Alpha
Rho Chi.
From 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Scott
residents will initiate their new
house by an open-house. complete
with entertainment, music, and
refreshments.
Alpha Rho Chi will hold its
Sunday open house on a more cul-
tural level; members in the ar-
chitecture and design school will
exhibit their work of the past se-
mester.
* * *
INFORMAL RECORD dandes
will be held by Sigma Alpha Mu
Friday night and Lambda Chi
Alpha, Beta Theta Pi and Phi Chi
Saturday night.
Freshmen dental students and
their wives or dates will be the
guests of honor at a Delta Sigma
record dance.

Center Plans
Big Semester
International Group
Will Hold Reception
Prof. Esson Gale, director of
the International Center, plans to
make the spring semester a busy
one for foreign students and their
American friends.
A welcoming reception Feb. 23
is the first activity planned by the
center to enable the foreign and
American students to become bet-
ter acquainted. Invitations are
being sent to the foreign members
in the community, faculty and
student body in addition to cam-
pus organizations.
Among those welcoming the
people at the reception will be
President and Mrs. Harlan Hatch-
er, Prof. and Mrs. Gale and mem-
bers of the Board of Governors.
Other International Center ac-
tivities coming up in the near fu-
ture are dancing classes, interna-
tional dinners, picnics, trips to
points of interest near Ann Arbor
and Sunday evening discussions
and lectures.
Culminating t h e semester's
projects will be International Co-
operation Week in May consisting
of seven days of programatic
events.
The climactic event of that
week will be the gala Internation-
al Ball promoted by the Inter-
national Students' Association.

Beginning this week, the regu-
lar Friday night program at the
Intramural Building will have an
addition to its activities in the
form of the Co-recreational
League.
Tournament play within this
league will begin at 7:30 p.m. to-
day at the IM, and all participants
are asked by the officials to at-
tend.
* , ,
BADMINTON and volleyball
teams have been organized among
various groups on campus, along
with bowling teams. All bowling
activity will take place at the
Union, while the badminton and
volleyball games will be held at
the IM.
Men and women not playing
on these teams have the oppor-
tunity to participate in the vari-
ous sports at any time the
courts are not being used for
tournament play.
Due to the great number of peo-
ple using the IM facilities, it has
been necessary for the officials to
request that everyone bring ID
cards.
* * *
THE FRIDAY night sports pro-
gram, which has proved very
popular in adding variety to cam-
pus weekend activities, is offered
to both men and women, whether
or not they are attending in cou-
ples.
Couples, however, have pref-
erence in the use of the courts
and the swimming pool.
Various sports offered on the
co-recreational Friday nights in-
clude badminton, volleyball, swim-
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IM ACTIVITIES:

Co-rec Tournament Begins Today

ming, handball, paddleball, squash
and gymnastics.
* * *
IT HAS BEEN estimated that
the usual number of people enter-
ing the IM building on a Friday
Faculty Wives
Members of t h e Square
Dance Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will hold their
February dance from 8:30 to
11:30 p.m. tomorrow, at Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Dave Pal-
mer of Jackson, will be the
caller.

night is approximately 250. A
large a number as 400 has bee
witnessed there, however, on ce
tain evenings.
Swimming, badminton nal
volleyball have proven mos
popular, with paddleball gradu
ally gaining in popularity.
The large IM swimming pool
generally crowded and the han
ball, paddle ball and squash cou
are usually in constant u
throughout the evening.
Recently there have been a fe
trampoline enthusiasts among th
women on campus, as well as -t
men.

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* * *
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Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robinson of
Jackson have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mar-
ion Lois to Charles Annable, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Annable of
Cheboygan.
Miss Robinson will graduate'
this year from the School of Nurs-
ing with a BS degree. She is af-
filiated with Delta Zeta Sorority.
Mr. Annable granted from the
School of Education last year and
is now teaching at Central High
School in Traverse City.
The wedding will take place
June 21, at St. Mary's Student
Chapel.

ESCAPE:
Students To Travel Abroad

For full details, phone Ann Arbor 3-0183.
sure to ask for our free booklet, "Poise".

Be

Many students on campus are
planning to escape from the Am-
erican halls of learning this sum-
mer and retreat to the bonny
banks of Loch Lomond and the
night life of Paris to absorb cul-
ture and fun abroad.
The Michigan League lobby has
become the center for student
tour information with independ-
ent tour representatives and the
League travel bureau manned by
students supplying suggestions
and folders.

Choose ylour color Choose your flee,!

campus to interest students in
traveling abroad during their
summer vacation.
Many organizations are spon-
soring special tours specifically
for college students so they may
travel with others of the same
age and general interests.
The itinerary of a typical tour
consists of about 2 days from be-
ginning to end with passage to
Europe on a beautiful trans-At-
lantic steamer with activities
aboard that include everything
from sports and entertainment to
just plain loafing in the sun.
Students will land first in Ire-
land with glimpses of the Blarney
Castle, Dublin, Belfast and other
scenic spots in the Emerald Isle.
Five days are devoted to sight-
seeing in England after which
students will set sail from the
white-cliffs of Dover for the con-
tinent.

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