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111 .a.I -R, -

ease And Slide Rule Dances To e Rivals For Popularity

Annual Dance
For Lawyers Is
To Be Tonight
Don Pedro's Orchestra Is
To Play; Programs To
Be Miniature 'Pleadings'
Dancing to the music of Don Ped-
ro's orchestra, the Lawyers will give
their annual Crease dance tonight in
the Lawyers Club.
Charles Sprowl, chairman, will at-{
tend with Betsy Thonan, Lansing;

To -L(e(IdL(1ttyers

Kenneth Houck, with Helen Brittain,
Ann Arbor; Edward Ellsworth, witi
Maxine Maynard; William Sutter,
with Martha Steen; and Joseph Ru-
witch with Elaine Schlesinger.
Dean Efling will attend with Ruth
Poat; Lawrence Hartwig, with Mar-
garet Lavin; Charles Miltner, with
Mary Calvin; Robert Cooper, with
Evelyn Neilson; James Wilson, with
Dorothy Roth; John Yeagley, with
Ann Harscha; and John French with
Catherine Kilman. Mr. and Mrs. David
Rankin will also attend.
Programs for the dance will be the
traditional miniatures of a "Plead-
ing," stating a bill for the specific
performance of dances. The custo-
mary burlesque of the "Law Review,"
the "Raw Review," satirizing promi-
nent faculty members and students,
will appear during the evening.
Patrons and patronesses for the
dance are President and Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven, Dean and Mrs.
Henry M. Bates, Prof. and Mrs. Edwin
C. Goddard, Prof. and Mrs. Edson R.
Sunderland, Prof. and Mrs. Ralph
Aigler, Prof. and Mrs. E. Blythe Stat-
son, Prof. and Mrs. Grover C. Gris-
Prof. and Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, Prof.
and Mrs. Laylin K. James, Prof. and
Mrs. Lewis M. Simes, Prof. and Mrs.
Edgar Durfee, Prof. and Mrs. John
Tracy, Prof. and Mrs. Hobart R. Cof-
fey, Prof. and Mrs. Burke Shartel,
Prof. and Mrs. John P. Dawson, Prof.
and Mrs. John Waite, Prof. and Mrs.
William Blume.
Prof. and Mrs. Hessel Yntema, Dr.
and Mrs. Maurice McGarvey, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Neihuss, Miss Kathrine
Murray, Miss Inez Bozorth, Paul
Kauper, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Culp,
Walter B. Rea.
Musical Sorority
Honors Members
Mrs. John S. Worley, patroness, re-
cently entertained the patronesses,
alumnae, and active members of the
local chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, na-
tional honorary musical sorority, at a
formal musicale. Following the pro-
gram, Mrs. Worley served a buffet
supper. Miss Juva Higbee presided at
the table which was attractively dec-
orated with spring flowers and tapers.
Previously, at the home of Mrs.
Junius Beale, the sorority entertained
with a benefit bridge. The proceeds
will help send a delegate to the Na-
tional Convention in June in Atlantic
Announcement of the election to
membership of Helen Harrod, '35SM,
Albion; Victoria Toteff, '35SM, To-
ledo, 0.; Madeleine Hadcock, '35SM,
Bay City, was made at this time.
Sigma Nu fraternity entertained
several guests at a rushing dinner
Wednesday night. Kenneth Hildreth,
'35A, was in charge, and Dr. Jean
Paul Slusser was a guest of the fra-

Spring Dances
To Be Held By
Many ouses
Fraternities are doing their part in
welcoming spring, for nine dances
are scheduled for this week-end. Five
of the dances will be held tonight.
Beta Theta Pi is entertaining with
a closed formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Heigho will chaperone.
At the Trigon house Lieut. and Mrs.
R. R. Coursey and Mrs. H. E. McNight
will be guests of the house. The
dance is to be an open formal with
Ken Lundquist's orchestra providing
the dance music.
Al Cowan and his orchestra are
providing the music for the closed
formal to be held at Delta Phi fra-
ternity tonight. Dr. and Mrs. B. W.
Blakely and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Per-
ring will chaperone.
Delta Tau Delta fraternity is hold-
ing a one-bid formal also tonight.
Ray Gosel's orchestra, Detroit, will,
play. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ebbers will
The members of Sigma Nu frater-
nity will entertain at a closed infor-
mal. The chaperones will be Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Oakes, and Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Dunn. Tommy Towner's or-,
chestra will provide the music.

To Hold Slide
Rule Dance At
Union Tonight
Merle Jacobs Will Play,
Replica Of Slide-Rule To
Provide Novel Programs
The annual Slide Rule formal
dance given by engineering students
will be held tonight in the Union ball-
room with Merle Jacobs and his or-
chestra playing.
Stanley Killian, general chairman,
is escorting Helen Clarke; William
Mohrhoff, June Rundell, Detroit;
Steinar Vaksdal, Harriet Jennings;
Kenneth Roe, Charlotte Schmidt, De-
troit; Jack Salmon, Mary Reif; Don-
ald Anderson, Rosemary Simpson;
Stuart Smart, Ruth Jernegan; Joy
Burnett, Betty Wilson; and Arthur
Mosier, Betty Reading.
The decoration committee, under
Anderson, have decorated the ball-
room without any specific engineering
motif but intending to create a cer-
tain atmosphere.
Favors have been discontinued, Roe
stated, and novel programs, which are
exact replicas of the famous slide-
rules, will be used.
The patrons and patronesses for
the dance are President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean Emer-
itus and Mrs. M. E. Cooley, Dean and
Mrs. A. H. Lowell, Dean and Mrs.
J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Emil
Lorch, Dean W. B. Rea, Prof. H. C.
Anderson, Prof. and Mrs. B. F. Bailey,
Prof. and Mrs. O. W. Boston.
Prof. and Mrs. R. D. Brackett,
Prof. and Mrs. E. M. Bragg, Prof.
and Mrs. J. E. Emswiler, Prof. and
Mrs. E. L. Eriksen, Prof. and Mrs.
L. M. Gram, Prof. and Mrs. L. A.
Hopkins, Prof. and Mrs. C. T. John-
Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Lay, Prof. and
Stunt Night Has
ManyUnique Acts
Tap numbers, several vocal selec-
tions, and an unique banjo perform-
ance were features of the regular 1
Wednesday evening "Stunt Night" in
the League Grill this week.
Douglas Gregory, '34, who has per-
formed before for Stunt Night, did a
tap dance. He was followed by Har-
riett Kanouse, '37, who sang "Coffee
in The Morning," and "Boulevard of
Broken Dreams."
Dorothy Vale, '37, sang two of her
own compositions, "Futility," and
"Smoothy." Miss Vale had written
both the words and music of the
Chinese songs were the first selec-
tions of Bruce Fuller, '35D, who of-
fered a selection of modern Chinese
melodies, and then a medley of jazz
tunes on his banjo.




Where To Go


Junior Girls Play: 8:15 p.m. Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Dancing: League, Hi-Hat Inn,
Preketes, Tavern, Chubb's.
Motion Pictures: Majestic, "Queen,
Christina"; Whitney, "Air Mail" and'
"Midnight Lady"; Wuerth, "Mr.
Skitch"; Michigan, "Good Dame."
L e c t u r e: Frances Perkins on
"American Labor in 1934" at 8:15
p.m., Hill Auditorium.





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Tryouts for George S. Kauf-
man's "Once in a Lifetime," Play
Production's spring offering, will
be held by Russell McCracken, di-
rector of the production, during
the 9 and 10 a.m. classes today,
and from 4 until 6 p.m. in Room
302 of the Union.
These will be the only readings
given in the play. The cast list will
be posted Saturday and rehearsals
will begin Monday.

Mnf Stre
Navy crepe, after-
noon dress with
sheer, crisp collar
in white. Also in
black or gray.
Heavy dotted fou-
shirtwaist style-
leather belt. Also
in brown.

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50c Mar. 27

in knitted apparel are to
be found in
Otherwise known as
Glen Bogie"
Spring Style Group of Dresses,
Suits, Coats, and Accessories,
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