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League, W.A.A.
Officers To Be
Elected April 5
Women To Vote On Class
Representatives And Ju-
diciary Council
The annual elections of officers of
the League will be conducted from
8 a. in. to 4 p. m. Wednesday in Uni-
versity Hall, Booths will be provid-
ed for the balloting.
The elections under the supervi-
sions of Margaret Shermack, '33,
chairman of the Judiciary Council,
assisted by the senior members of the
League Board of Directors, will
choose a president, vice-president,
secretary and treasurer.
Also to be voted on are next year's
senior members of the Judiciary
council, from the present junior class.
Senior, junior and sophomore repre-
sentatives will be chosen,
At the same time, the officials of
the Women's Athletic Association will
be elected. These include a president,
vice-president, secretary and treas-
urer.
The women honored with the
League presidency will go to Cornell
University at Ithaca, N. Y., as rep-
resentative of the Women's Self Gov-
ernment on this campus.
'n In1d crease Ball
Ait Lawyer's Clb
4tended By Many
By JOSEPHINE McLEAN
A Chinese garden with a red
wooden bridge, and a golden Bddha
lighted by tapers formed the decora-
tive background for the many charm-
ing gowns noticed at the Crease Ball
Friday night.
SBlues of varying shades character
ized many of the dresses. A pastel
blue with graduated organdy ruffles
as sleeves, and organdy flowers was
worn by Martha Wheeler. Jane Serv-
ice chose a deeper shade of blue for
her gown. A coral clasp which gath-
ered the cross-straps completed al-
ready stunning lines. Jean Seeley
was charming in a aquamarine lace
with contrasting gold accessories.
Martha Bowen and Mildred Bosma
struck a sophisticated note in red
dresses studded with rhinestones.
Elizabeth Durfee, Udean Hunt, Jose-
phine Woodhams, and Julie Kane
were gowned in pink.
Black and white are ever popular.
Elizabeth Gilky and Katherine Wil-
4ams wore white satin studded with
rhinestones. Long black gloves and
a black gown trimmed in coral em-
phasized J a n e Moore's Southern
beauty. Virginia Smith combined
black and white in a novel dress with
ruffled sleeves.
Regular Meeting Is Held
By Sociedad Hispanica
The Sociedad 4ispanica held their1
regular meeting Wednesday night. In
the absence of the president, Marion
Schmidt, '3, vice-president, presid-
ed
During the evening the group did
Spanish cross-word puzzles, and sang
several Spanish songs, accompanied
by Miss Schmidt at the piano, and,
Charles N. Staubach, Grad., on the
violin.
At the first meeting of the society,'
after spring vacation, Prof. Charles
P. Wagner will speak on Spanish
music. Anyone who is interested is!
invited to attend.{

Diving Champ And New Salesman-Husband

Dances Given 'Campus Houses
By Fraternities Fill Calendars
jWell Attended With Activities

Professional Women's
CLub Presents New Play I
.,The Rector," a play by Rachel
Crothers, was presented at a social
meeting of the Ann Arbor Business
and Professional Women's Club,
whih as held Wednesday night at
the League. The direction was done
by Miss Jessie Pickell and Miss Nina
Preston. Th-e entire meeting was
plarned by the pr'ogram committee
of the club, of which Miss Marion
McClench is chairman.

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-Associated Press Photo
Georgia Coleman, Olympic diving champion, and her husband,
Roof Gilson, a salesman of Jackson, Mich., are shown at Coral
Gables, Fla., shortly before they were secretly married. Georgia met
her husband-to-be at the southern resort where she has been giving
diving exhibitions. The marriage followed a whirlwind courtship.
Attractive Gowns Are Noticed
Among Attendants At Cabaret
The crowds at the Campus Cabaret which Virginia Roberts, '35, appeared
seemed to be enjoying the "economi- after the tap number with her bro-
cal evening of fun" that the affair ther Tom. Edith Ferrin, '36, whose
offered last night and merriment ran
high. Among the gay couples danc- attractive gown of hyancinth blue
ing by we noticed Margaret O'Brien, featured a strap back, was one of the
'33, general chairman of the Cabaret, trio.
who was attired in a semi-formal Jean Seeley, '36, also took part in
gown of turquoise blue with a high the entertainment and for the occa-
close - fitting neck - line, buttoning sion she selected a black chiffon built
down the back. on -soft lines with a cape forming a
A white rough-crepe blouse, with high neck-line in front.
puff sleeves worn with a long black Among the dancers we noted Con-
skirt was chosen by Parish Riker, '33, 1 stance Giefel, Ruth Kurtz, Martha
assistant chairman. Miriam Carver, Bowen and Jane Brucker.

Both Formal And Informal
Parties Prove Popular
Among Campus Dancers
Society was out this week-end from
all reports. The two formal dances
drew many well-known couples and
the informal parties were well at-
tended.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Among the women who were no-
ticed at Delta Tau Delta in addition
to those who attended as guests of
the members were Mary Ellen Web-
ster, '34, Idaruth Peterson, '33, Bar-
bara West, '36, Betty Ladd, '33, Vir-
ginia Ladd, '33, Barbara Sutherland,
'35, Virginia Taylor, '33, Marjorie Ar-
nold, '34, Betty Eaglesfield, '33, Jane
Mitchell, '33, Mary Jean White, '34,
Florence Harper, '36, Betty Sinclair,
'36, Molly Temple, '35, Ann Timmons,
'36, Ruth Stesel, '33Ed., Jean Voor-
hies, '34, Janet Allen, '34, Mary Lou
Bishop, '34, Margaret Brooks, '34,
Betty Conner, '36, Dorothy Stoddard,
'36, Ruth Bradner, '35, Ruth Camp-
bell, '36, Doris Gimmy, '35, Mary Mc-
Carthy, '34, Margaret Welch, '35,
Betty Woolman, '36, Leola Marx,
'33Ed., Isabel Bonicave, '34, Mary
Jane Bush, '34, Jane Whiting, '35,
Bernice Wetherald, '35, Margaret
Allen, '34, and Betty Kane, '34.
PIll PSI
Some of those who attended the
Phi Psi dance were Ann Timmons,
'36, Dorothy Seens, '35, Mary Bar-
nett, '33, Marie Abbot, '35, Connie
Giefel, '33, Carol Savery, '33, Jackie
Giddings, '34, Margaret Welsh, '35,
Barbara West, '36, Virginia Roberts,
'35, Nan Diebel, '35, Doris Clarke,
'33, Gay Mayer, '34, Katherine Koch,
'32, Betty Burns, '36, Sally Stapleton,
'36, Jean Shaw, '36, and Elizabeth
Kanter, '35. -
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
Alpha Kappa Psi entertained at a
party Friday. The guests were Mil-
dred Stroup, '36, Ruth Merrick, '. 2,
Alice Merrick, '33, Ernestine Smith,
'32, Harriet Crow, '35, Gretchen Cook,
'33, Irene Lauterbach, '34, Ruth
Westover, '34, Fornia Fill, '36, Doro-
thy Brown, '36, Miss May Ashley,
Ann Arbwi' Miss Helen Benson, Ann
Arbor, Miss Marquerite Anacker, Ann
Arbor, Miss, Ruth Latham, Ann Ar-
bor, Miss JeanBrooks, Birmingham,
Miss Ruth Chittenden, Detroit, Miss
Peggy Johnston, Detroit, Miss Doro-
thea Reynolds, Ypsilanti, and Miss
Jennie Lyon, Highland Park. Lewis
Harrington of Detroit, an alumnus,
was also present. The chaperones
were Prof." C. L. Jamison and Mrs.
Jamison, and Prof. W. A. Paton and
Mrs Paton.
DELTA CHI$
Among those attending an infor-
mal closedhparty at Delta Chi last
night were Sue Thomas, '36, Cather-
ine Howell, '36, Jean Bentley, '33,
Leila Hendricks, '33, Delna Wilson,
'33, Miss Beatrice Robertson, Miss N.
Thornberry, Miss Margaret Hay, Miss
Janet Griffiths, Miss Fern Palmer,
Miss Carol Bogert, Miss Leila Per-
kins, Miss Mildred Perkins, Miss Lu-
cille Peterson, Battle Creek, Miss
Amber Johnson, Saginaw.
The chaperons were Lieut. Richard

Sigma Kappa, Thea Chi
And Lambda Chi Alpha
Hold Initiations
The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
held a banquet Friday night in cele-
bration of the 20th anniversary of
the chapter's existence on the cam-
pus. Of the 85 alumni present, 6
were from the Buffalo and 10 from
the Ohio alumni clubs. The remain-
der represented alumni clubs of var-
ious parts of the country.
Among the faculty members pres-
ent were Jack L. Blott of the physi-
cal education department, Prof. Har-
court L. Caverly of the economics de-
partment, and Harold Mills, cashier
of the University.
Richard S. Cole, '33L, presided as
toastrriaster of the function. The
main speakers were Dr. Perry J.
Lockwood, '14D, the first member to
be initiated in this chapter after its
installation, and Mr. Blott.
Formal initiation is to be held at
9 o'clock this morning for Charles
Bernard, '34, of Benton Harbor,
Ralph Bower, '35, of Mitchell, South
Dakota, Robert Huesel, '36, of Grosse
Pointe, David Merriman, '35, of De-
troit, and Stewart Reed, '36, of
Grosse Pointe. The ceremonies will
be followed by a dinner.
Last week Thomas Abele, '35, Sag-
inaw, and John Mason, '36, Detroit,
were pledged by the fraternity.
THETA CHI
Theta Chi announces the initiation
of Jack K. Jeannette, '34Ed., Detroit. I
SIGMA KAPPA
Sigma Kappa held initiation serv-
ices Saturday afternoon for Cecily
Sellers, '35, Ann Arbor, Velda Weis,
'34, Almore, O., Carlotta Weitbrecht,
'34, Ann Arbor, Alice Adams, '34,
Montgomery. Guests attending thej
services were Miss Helen Moore, Miss
Lydia Baird, Mrs. H. F. Rundell, all1j
of Detroit; Miss Madelene Ikine,
Jackson; Miss Margaret Moon, Lans-
PH BETA PI
Di. Lawson G. Lowery, of New
York, moderator of the national
chapter of Phi Beta Pi, visited the
local chapter Thursday and discussed
plans for a possible sectional con-
vention to be held here next Decem-
ber.
THETA DELTA CHI
Theta Delta Chi recently elected
William Bohnsack, '34, president;
Joseph Hume, '35, treasurer; Georg)
VanVleck, '35, corresponding secre-
tary; Jack McCarthy, '36, herald;
and John Strayer,. '36, secretary.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Theta Phi Alpha will entertain in
honor of Mrs. Maude C. Thompson,
house chaperon, at a tea this after-j
noon. Guests will include chaper-
ones and presidents of the sororities
on campus.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Alpha Epsilon Phi will entertain
Prof. Max S. Handman at dinner,
Sunday.

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'33, in charge of the entertainment,.
appeared in chartreuse crepe dis-
tinctively trimmed with a band of f
ribbon across the neck and shoulder
in front.
Cerise and black, cleverly combin-
ed, formed the outfit selected by
Mary Stirling, '35, chairman of the
decorations, while Hilaa ii~irby, '35,
head of the' floor committee, wore
an attractive, brown crepe with a
large chartreuse bow atrthe neck.
A gown of deep, brick-orange with
unusual sleeves, which had three
tucks faced with cire satin, was the
choice of Eleanor Blum, '35, chair-
man of publicity. Mary Sabin, '35,
was seen in an informal dress of I
wine crepe distinctive note of which
was the high, round collar of white,
angel skin satin.
Ernestine Richter, '36, who took
part in one of the trios, wore a black
crepe gown with wide bands of jet
beads and a cape of black net. Ann
Osbourne, '35, newly elected assist-
ant chairman for J.G.P., also ap-
peared in severe black with square
neck and tiny sleeves of velvet. We
also caught a glimpse of Emily
Campbell, Vinselle Bartlett, Mary
Philips, and Josephine Woodhams.
A rolled, organdie collar formed
the neck-line of the brown dress in

Barbara Bates chose a chartreuse
formal with a band of rhinestones
down the back. Plain black was fav-
ored by Mary Hickman and Janet
Allen, while Mary O'Brien combined
it with white. Jacquline Navran,
"Daisy" of J.G.P., looked charming in
a grey print blouse with a black skirt.
Molly Temple, Julie Kane, and Jane
Brucker were present too.
Treasure Haley, Betty Lyons, Betty1
Aigler were in blue. Mary Ann
Mathewson, one of the trio, was at-
tired in her flame . colored formal
from J.G.P. Maureen Burnside, Marie,
Abbot, and Margaret Mustarde were
dressed attractively. Mary K. Snyder,
Nan Diebel, and Elizabeth Merril

Hundreds of needs for dressing table and medicine chest .
at savings so advantageous no thrifty shopper will miss this
event . . Many other amazing specials not advertised.

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R. Coursey and Mrs. Coursey.

We shall feature
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Hoior Sociology
Chooses New

Society
Members

Alpha Kappa Delta sociological
society, elected to membership Wed-
nesday, March 29, John F. Cuber,
Grad., Frank J. Lewand, Grad., Clyd
L. Reed, Grad., Samuel F. Scott,
Grad., Wesley Taylor, Grad., Barbara
B. Hall, '34, Helen R. Latta, '34, Ruth
M. Nees, '34, Lewis P. Allen, '33, Anne
C. Sorensen, '33, Constance H. Stein-
berg, '33, John H. Seabury, '33, and
Carolyn L. Maujer, '33.

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Tesoro Castile soap, 4-lb.
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Garland Milled Soap, 12 in
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Woodbury's Shampoos -
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Colgates Big Bath Soap.. .47
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$3.00 Lubins Amarylis. .oz. $2.19
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Each day this week we
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MONDAY SPECIAL

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Hinds Honey Almond Lo-
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Gillett Blades.......37 and .73
Mennen's Shaving Cream. .33
Palmolive Shaving Cream. .23
Cup Soap.. ...............04
Aqua Velva...............36
1 Gem Micromatic Razor
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Nonspi .................. .37
Abscent...................33
Dew........ .......21 and .37
Mum ... ........26 and .41
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Softener.... ... ..... .61
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Lavoris.... . .21, .39 and .69
Zonite ...... . .21, .39 and .69
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Pepsodent Antiseptic,
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Colgates 2 paste and 1 50c
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West's Tooth Paste ........13
Forhans Tootl Paste..... .37
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Pebeco Tooth Paste........31
Ipana Tooth Paste.........31
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