TUt MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MARCIT "21, 1954
T U E M', 'I-'' ' ' " - - -- - - - - -. - - -- - ---
ROTC To Present Military Ball
'U' Law Club
Bright uniforms and shining
braid will be much in evidence be-
tween 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. Friday
when the ROTC units hold their
anuual Military Ball.
Dancing in the Union Ballroom
to the music of Fred Netting and
his orchestra, the cadets will at-
tend the dance in full dress uni-
COEDS ARE asked not to wear
corsages. Only the wives of unit
commanders and the dates of ca-
det commanders and committee
members will display flowers.
Many guests, including mili-
tary dignitaries and general of-
ficers, have been invited to at-
tend the annual dance.
Among the guests present in the
line will be the three ROTC unit
commanders and their wives. Col-
onel William L. Todd, professor of
air science and tactics, is air force
commander; Captain Charles A.
Bond, professor of naval science,
navy and Colonel Virgil R. Miller,
professor of military science and
ALSO PRESENT in the receiving
line will be the three cadet com-
manders of the ROTC.
In keeping with the military
atmosphere of the dance, ca-
dets posted at the foot of the
stairs and in th ecorridor leading
to the ballroom will salute offi-
cers as they arrive. The ten ca-
dets will also collect tickets.
Tickets, priced at $3 per couple,
are available this week at the Tem-
porary Class Building and at North
Lawyers Will Honor
F, h T
can cope with every curve!
ra ier i imeI s eo ui
With Seasonal Dance
Members of the Lawyers' Club
will celebrate January in March,
as they hold a "New Year's Eve
Dance" from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday, March 27, in the Law-
Complete with confetti, hats and
noise makers, the dance will fea-
ture the music of Jim Service and
NOT CONTENT to "bring in"
the New Year just once, the law-
yers will celebrate midnight in
Hong Kong at 10 p.m. At 11 p.m. a
gong will announce midnight in
Moscow and at midnight the men
and their dates will welcome the
New Year to Ann Arbor.
Dancing will be featured in the
dining room of the club. A crepe
paper false ceiling in bright col-
ors and crepe paper balls and
streamers will add a festive at-
DRESSY DRESSES and heels
will be appropriate for coeds at-
tending the dance, while the law-
yers will wear suits.
Open to members of the Law-
yers' Club tickets for the dance
are now on sale for $1.75 per
couple. They will also be sold at
the door for $2.50 per couple.
According to the League Con-
stitution, petitioning will re-
open tomorrow for a vacant po-
sition on the Women's Judiciary
Council. The position is open
to juniors only. Petitions are
due at 5 p.m. Thursday in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League; interviews will be held
Monday, March 29. Any ques-
tions may be referred to Katie
f 4,. ° ,
f" " I a '±"
"The Look You Love"
in printed and plain
Cottons by Kay Windsor
top - Sandeao with 2" band: cotton or rylon taffeta.
A.8.Ccups, $1.75 to $3.00,
t ft .n_ uss Longrme.cottonc v nyon taffeta, 8 and C cups. $3.50 and $6.00.,
right. L ngline. ;4 length; -oton brvadckgh A 0" cvps.S3.O.
9-10-11 EVERY EVENING.
Home-baked Pies and Cookies
DAIRY QUEEN PRODUCTS
Phone NO 8-6076
DAILY 9 to 5:30
8 Nickels Arcade
Phone NO 2-2914
Flirtatious, full-skirted cottons of crisp broadcloth.
A treat to wear, a cinch to wash. All
Keep their shape with Formite interfacing. Abstract
prints, peasant prints, florals, solid colors.
Sizes 10 to 20, 141/2 to 221/2.
COTTON DRESSES - MAIN FLOOR
I2 _____ ______ ___ __ ___
f r '^ I -
I M '--... ... ......
%' ..r ,
f > 4
/ + c}' i
' r x t
j .. ".r "_ lJ it ' JJ
. ~Sid/ ,
May Fartists perform
Piano Concerto in A minor
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Arias of Mascagni, Verdi, Ponchielli
11 Trovatore (complete)
Cavalleria Rusticana (complete)
EUGENE ORMANDY and PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
Double Concerto for Violin and Cello
Heifitz & Feuermann
Complete New Stock of Merchandise
The latest in fashions for Spring and Summer
STORE HOURS are Monday 9:30 to 8:30; Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 to 5:30
Pines of Rome
Beethoven: Symphony No.
U liii I