'RO-Making a return engagement for the 1958 J-Hop,
nd of Ralph Marterie will play "Caravan" and "Shish
" two of its most popular tunes.
rterie, Dukes Bands
y ANN EICHLER
Choose Teams; Begin
All chairmanships on the central
committee are- open for Frosh
Weekend Friday, May 9 and Satur-
day, May 10, in the League.
Petitioning, which opened last
Saturday, will continue through
Thursday. Interviews begin Friday,
Dec. 13 and continue through next
Two teams, the Maize and Blue,
present an all-campus dance-show
during this weekend. Women may
drawfor team memberships in thrp
Undergraduate Office in the
Opportu'nity for All
Each freshman woman has the
opportunity to petition and to be
interviewed for a chairmanship
position on her team's central
committee. Each committee chair-
man willhave a group of women
working with her.
Any woman who is ,interested
may pick up a petition blank in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League. Information on the various
chairmanships may be obtained in
the President's Report on file in
the League. Past central committee
chairmen can also offer advice and
help answer any questions.
"One need not be a literary
genius to write a petition," said
Dorothy Schaffner, '60, a member'
of the interviewing committee. The
women are judged on their know-
ledge of the committee. "Ideas and
enthusiasm are most important,"
The informal interview lasts
about 10 minutes and interviewees
should expect to give a summary
of their petition and explain any
new ideas which tliey did not in-
inlude in their petition.
Committee chairmen include,
generalchairman, assistant general
chairman, floorshow, assistant
floorshow, publicity, assistant pub-
licity, decorations, programs, fi-
nance, award tickets, awards and
judges, patrons and properties.
TYPING-Theses, Law Briefs, Term Pa-
pers. Prompt Service, Reasonable
Rates. Experienced. NO 2-5443 Eve-
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE SERVICE.
Storm windows. R. Gonzales, NO 5-
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 8-6725.
TYPING: Theses, term papers etc. Rea-
sonable rates. 830 S. Main. NO 8-7590.
Specialties ' 24 hour service
News Letters -Stationery
Fraternities - Sororities
Invites - Programs
Posters - Tickets
ROACH PRINTING -- Ph. NO 8-8132'
415 Detroit -(opposite Fariner's Market)
Ralph lMarterie and the Dukes
of Dixieland will share the band-
stand at the 1958 J-Hop,'- from 9
p.m. to 2 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Marterie, sometimes known as
"The Caruso of the Trumpet,"
skyrocketed to fame with' his rec-
ord "Pretend" and has recorded
such other song hits as "Shish Ke-
bab," "Skokiaan" and "Caravan."
He has a natural flair for choosing
, The disc jockeys of America
rated him as one of. the most
promising and popular bandleaders:
of 1951, and he was chosen the
leader of the most popular band
in America, by actual vote of col-
His career as a bandleader began
when the Navy asked him to or-
To Hold Musicale
Sigma Alpha Iota, national pro-
fessional music fraternity will hold
its annual Christmas musicale at
8 p.m. tonight in the Unitarian
The program is as follows: organ
~preude and processional by Mar-
guerite Long, G. Mu., organist; the
Christmas story given by Sheila
McKenzie, '58Mu; "Winds Through
the Olive Trees" sung by the choir,
with Dorthea Lorey, '59Mu, con-
ducting; Arioso-Fioco, with Joan
Cassaway, oboe and Miss Long, or-
"Trio in d minor Op. 2, No. 4,"
with Martha Rearick, '6OMu, and
Jo Louise Bradley, 'k9Mu, on the
flutes; "No Lullaby Need Mary;
Sing," Xenia Bibicoff Coulter, '59-
Mu; Sonata for Two Violins, per-
formed by Judy Mansfield, '66Mu,
Nancy Grawemayer, '60Mu, 'and
Joanne Smalla, '58 Mu; "Christ-
mas Nighy, sung by the choir and
MICHIGRAS - Mass meeting
of the Prizes Committee at 7:15
p.m. today in Rm. 3-A of the
ganize a band during World War
II. He played for thousands 'of
servicemen and after his discharge
formed his own band. Marterie was,
helped on his way to musical fame
by a fellow-trumpeter, Harry
Marterie appeared here f'or the
The Dukes of Iixieland origi-
nated in New Orleans. They play
jazz in strict New Orleans Dixie-
land style and have played in s'uch
places as Baton Rouge, New Or-
leans, Chicago, Las Vegas and
The Dukes have been called sen-
sational and superb by clubs and
dance houses all over the country..
Late permission for the +event
will be 4:00 a.m. A special events
program is being planned for Mon-
Ticket reservations for the J-
Hop may be made in the Admirnis-
tration Building starting Dec. 16.
The fashion show will be held in
the League Ballroom Dec. 18. Ad-
mission is free.
Lodal Merchants To Open
Stores for Men's Shopping
The annual Men's Night observ-
ance in Ann Arbor will be held
from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
11, general chairman Ray Algue-
seva said today.
Men's Night is staged each year
to cater to the men and allow them
a full evening of shopping without
coaching from their wives or girl
Although intended to be an eve-
ning when the men could shop for
Christmas presents for their mates
or intended, Men's Night also has
proven to be an ideal time for the
men to come downtown and just
browse around at their .leisure
through the hunting, sporting,
clothing and hardware stores.
This one evening, of all ,the
shopping season, is dedicated to
the male, and althbugh some wom-
en shoppers will be downtown, they
will be the exception if the spirit
of Men's Night' is carried out. It
will be the menfolk that the clerks
will be helping in their gift deci-
Algueseva stressed that men will
find shopping for their women
much simpler if they find out the
necessary sizes before attempting
to buy clothing. But if' the sizes
are unknown, the men will find the
women clerks sympathetic to their
problem and will probably be able
to help them find the right ones.
On campus, five women's apparel
stores will be open.
All through the. town an air of
PROGRAMS - Mass meeting
of the Michigras Program Com-
mittee at 7:15 p.m- today in, the
MICHIGRAS - Mass meeting
of the Parade Committee at 8:30
p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14 in Rm. 3-S
\of the Union.
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festivity will prevail. Many stores 1116 s. University NO 8-6972 able. NO 2-5038. 1N57 *May includ
have even planned refreshments LOST: Black wallet. Contents very i- Sjbqr-jg )D3 OS 98 onee 5ee a your own subscri
for their male shoppers. The city portant. Reward. NO 2-5128. )A81 HELP Hnt8ngonrvetill120m. N a l- Ab o nlude rim
HELP WANTED Huntington Drivetn 10 p.m. ) 71 . Above (nclude fune
decorations on State Street will LOST-Brown wallet. Contents impor- to The W- rates that ,only we
add to the Christmas atmosphere tant. Reward. Call NO 2-2539. )A29 WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part TRANSPORTATIO Handsome gift cards
as will the decorations of the vari- time. Apply 1131S. Ashley, Ann Arbor. Student Periodical Age
ous stores. LOST: K & E Leroy lettering set. Re- D ady Yellow and Checker Cab Co. Phone WANTED, two rides to Montana for 3061, 9 .M,.-9 p,.M
Men's stores-on campus, however, ward. Please call NO 2-4951. )A 80NO 8-9382. )H5 Christmas. Call NO 3-9486, )F122
will not join in Men's. Night, as rSFszx5s skkG6 Sks3f4R 7
they feel "every night is mens
To Speak at Union a
Parliamnentary procedure willbe Cmfeats and imported lace on rich nylon tricot, by GraCette4
the subject of a meeting at 7:30
p.m. today in Rm. 3-RS of the left: bewitching short shortie pajamas-. brief bloomer skirt; lace-ruffled bra wrap around
Designed for organization offi- sash. black, shocking pink, ,dior blue. 32 to 36. 1298 center: waltz-length shift gown.
cers, the course is open to the pub- l ,pnk wht; hie ac.s m,.19 8
lic. Anyone- with questions con-
cerning the technicalities of run-Gbluepink, white;white lace. S, m, I., 9.98
ning a meeting is welcome, said
Fred Nott, Union coordinator ofIright: peinoir, ace front and back'panels
Prof. N. Edd Miller, Jr., of the
speech department, assistant di- puff sleeves. blue, pink, white, s, m. 29.98
rector of the summer session, will -
conduct the meeting. Prof. Miller1. .8
has lectured throughout the state
and has conducted the course in *;-
the extension service. .",1
The meeting will consist of a *.,
brief lecture by Prof. Miller, a
discussion period and a mocks
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