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Fred Netting To Provide Music
IFor Traditional Military Dance



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Playing in an atmosphere re-
sembling an officers' club, Fred
Netting and his orchestra will pro-
vide the "downbeat" for the an-
nual Military Ball from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday in the Union Ball-
Having played in and around
Detroit for the past several sea-
sons, the Netting group places
special emphasis on the current
popular tunes and old standards.
THE GROUP, which has played
for several dances at colleges and
universities in the Michigan area,
follows the Glenn Miller pattern.
In making his arrangements,
Netting employs the unusual
clarinet lead voicing which Mil-
ler was known for.
Netting himself has done radio
work, as well as filled an engage-
ment as one of the lead saxaphon-
ists in the Tony Pastor orchestra.
* * *
TRADITIONALLY a formal af-
fair, cadets will appear in full dress'
uniform. ROTC unit commanders
and visiting dignitaries and offi-
cers will help add military luster
to the evening.
Enhancing the military mood,
cadets stationed at the foot of
the stairs and along the corri-
dor leading to the ballroom will
salute officers as they arrive.
Once inside the ballroom, cou-
ples will find that a receiving line
has been planned so that they may
meet the official guests.
* * *
HIGHLIGHTING the military
decorations will be a 15 foot model
of a rocket ship, to be set up at
the edge of the dance floor.

Featuring a carlacature of an
officer and his date, the pro-
grams have been made of white
paper with an outer cover of
clear lucite. Printed in red, the
momentoes will carry the Michi-
gan seal stamped on the lucite.
Photographs, to be taken by
George Gardner, plus citations to
be given as favors will supply the
coeds with additional souvenirs of
the evening.
* * *S
WOMEN attending the dance
are asked not to wear flowers. Cor-
sages will be presented only to the
wives of the unit commanders and
the dates of the committee mem-
bers and cadet commanders.
Feeling that couples attending
the formal dance may like to
just rest during intermission,

the committee has decided to
plan no entertainment for that
Although the dance is sponsored
by the ROTC units on campus,
reserve officers and other students
are also welcome to attend. Men
who are not members of the ROTC
will wear tuxedoes.
* *i *
FOLLOWING an annual tradi-
tion, members of the Arnold Air'
Society and Scabbard and Blade
will entertain their dates at din-
ner before the dance. Both these
organizations are honorary socie-
Tickets are on sale all this
week at the air force and navy
offices in North Hall and at the
army office in the Temporary
Class Building. Priced at $3 per
couple, they are also available
from members of the central
The committee includes general
chairman Bob- Littleson and his
assistants George Richardson, fav-
ors and invitations; Bill Stansell,
secretary; Vincent Dambrauskas
and Allan Pratt, decorations; Wil-
liam Fisher, finance and Edward
Leland and Norm Mangouni, pub-
licity chairmen.
Applications for Scroll schol-
arships are due at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League. Students are
reminded to sign up for inter-
views when they turn in their

For Leading
League Posts
Senators Scheduled
To Take Vote Tuesday;
Houses To Participate
Candidates for League positions,
chosen by the Interviewing and
Nominating Committee, spoke be-
fore the Senate yesterday, giv-
ing their qualifications and pro-
Lucy Landers and Pat Marx
have been nominated for the
presidency of the League. Running
for the position of chairman of the
Interviewing and Nominating
Committee are Sally Lorber, Janet
Wolk and Jane Kohr.
THREE of the following women
will be elected as junior members
of the Interviewing and nominating
Committee: Sue Atherton, Dorothy
Clarkson, Martha Wallbillich, Bar-
bara Watson, Mary Cross, Emily
Jewell and Nancy Jaquette.
Members of the Senate will
take a report of the candidates
to their respective houses. They
will then return with the vote
of the houses, and cast their bal-
lots on Tuesday.
A motion was passed in the form
of a constitutional amendment
concerning representation on the
Women's Panel. This body re-
ceives violations women's rules
and channels them to the Wom-
en's Judiciary Council or Joint
Judiciary Council, or acts on them
itself. It consists of the Dean of
Women, Chairman of the Women's
Judiciary Council and alternating
junior members of the Council.
It was proposed that instead of
the junior members, the chairman
of Joint Judiciary if it is a woman,
or its highest ranking woman
member if the chairman is a man,
be on the Panel, in order to better
coordination between the three

Ross-GI ime
The engagement of Gretchen
Rossto Raymond G. Glime, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Glime
of Detroit, was announced Febru-
ary 8, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs:
Woodburn O. Ross of Highland
Miss Ross is a senior in the lit-
erary college, and a member of
Delta Delta Delta.
Mr. Glime is a graduate student
in the School of Business Admin-
istration, and is affiliated with
Lambda Chi Alpha.
The couple plans to be married
April 3, in Detroit.
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Cass of Day-
ton, Ohio, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Carolyn, to
Dr. Thomas E. Netherton, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Earl Netherton of
Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Miss Cass is a junior in the
School of Nursing.#
Mr. Netherton is in residency l
training in dermatology at Univer-
sity Hospital. He is a graduate of
the Western Reserve University
School of Medicine. He is a mem-



Coeds' Engagements Announced by Parents




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ber of Beta Theta Pi and Nu Sig-
ma Nu.
The couple plans to be married
June 26.
* S *
Dorothea Mae Sutter's engage-
ment to Robert Dow, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Frank Dow of Russell,
N. Y., was recently announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sutter of Iron River.
Miss Sutter is sophomore in the
School of Nursing.
Mr. Dow is employed in Ann

The couple has not set a defi-
nite wedding date.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Smith of
Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Janet Lou, to
George Walter Shaw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ellsworth H. Shaw of
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Miss. Smith is a junior in the
School of Education, majoring in
speech correction.
Mr. Shaw received a degree in
electrical engineering in August
1953. He is now serving with the
Signal Corps at Fort Monmouth,
N. J.
A late summer wedding is be-
ing planned by the couple.
* * *
The engagement of Rose Mary
Weeber, daughter of Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Richard P. Weeber of Ft.
Myer, Arlington, Va., to Allen M.
Norris, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest
B. Norris of Middlebury, Ind., was
recently announced,
Miss Weeber is a graduate of
the University School of Nursing.
Mr. Norris is a senior in music
school. He is affiliated with Delta
Tau Delta and Pi Kappa Lambda.
Sma i I-Postma
Jean Evelyn Smail's engagement
to A. Donald Postma, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Postma of Hol-
land, Mich., is announced by her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M.
Small of Lakewood, 0.
Miss Smail is a senior in the
School of Nursing
Mr. Postma is a graduate of the
University, and was affiliated with
Delta Chi and Sigma Delta Chi.
The couple plan to be married
in the late summer.


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Officers To Be Named at Installation Night

sity's History department will hold
a student-faculty coffee hour at
4 p.m. today in the Terrace Room
of the Union. All students are in-
vited to attend.
* S *
Athletic Managers will meet at
5 p.m. today at WAB. Because ma-
terial for the softball tournament
will be distributed, all managers;
must attend the meeting.7
* * *
lowing committees of the Maize
Team for Frosh Weekend will meet
at 7 p.m. today: central commit-
tee meeting, Chorus A and B re-
hearsals in the League; Chorus F
rehearsal in Betsy Barbour recrea-
tion room. Room nupmbers will be
posted for the League meetings.
* * *
WOMEN'S JUDIC-Petitioning
has re-opened for chairman of the
Women's Judiciary Council. The
position is open to any junior on
campus. Petitions are due at 5
p.m. Friday in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. Further in-
formation can be obtained from
Katie Wakeman, NO 3-4089 or the
League Undergraduate Office.
* * *
MICHIFISH - The following
Michifish groups will meet from 3
to 5:30 p.m. today at the Women's
Swimming Pool: "Michigras,"
"Physical Fitness," "Waltz," and
"Square Dance." The regular meet-
ing will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
* * *
HILLEL - The Israeli Dance
Group will meet at 8 p.m. tonight
in the Hillel recreation room. l
Dances will be taught by Lillian
Silverberg and it is open to all stu-
dents on campus.

Next year's officers in various
campus organizations will be an-
nounced at Installation Night at
7:15 on Wednesday, April 14 in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
The positions which will be an-
nounced at Installation night 'are
the officers of Assembly, Panhel-
lenic, WAA and the League.
Among the League positions that
will be announced are the execu-
tive officers, committee chairmen,
and members of the central com-
mittee for Sophomore Cabaret and
Junior Girls' Play.

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Another feature of the evening's
program will be several scholar-
ships and awards which will be
presented to outstanding coeds.
Alpha Lambda Delta will present
awards to coeds maintaining a 3.5
average throughout their fresh-
man year.
Scroll honorary society for af-
filiated women will tap new mem-
bers and present awards for schol-
The Ethel McCormick scholar-
ship will be presented by Dean

Deborah Bacon to an outstanding
junior woman.
Among the people invited to the
affair are Mrs. Harlan Hatcher,
the Board of Governors of the
Michigan League, Dean Sarah
Healy, Dean Elsie Fuller and Dean
Gertrude Mulhollan.
Dr. Margaret Bell and Miss Ma-
rie Hartwig of the women's phys-
ical education department and
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League hate also
been invited.

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