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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Medical Party
To Be Held At
League Tonight
Extra Tickets Placed On
General Sale At League
Desk Today
For the first time, medical stu-
dents, faculty members, and instruc-
tors in the Medical School will join
in their own dance tonight, the Ca-
duceus Dance at the League. The
event will begin at 9:30 p. nm. and
continue to 2 a. m. Tal Henry and
His Carolinians will furnish the
music.
Although no accurate figures are
available, it was estimated that sev-
eral hundred couples will attend the
party. A few extra tickets will be
placed on general sale today at the
main desk of the League. These may
be purchased by any students and
are the first that have been offered at
large, the sale having been restricted
to medical students previously.
Members of the committee have
promised that the decorations will
be the surprise of the evening, and
consequently refused to disclose their
exact nature. It was stated, how-
ever, that they will be in harmony
with the medical profession and pro-
vide proper atmosphere for such a
gathering
Heading the list of patrons are
Dr. Alexander G. /Puthven,. D e a n
Frederick G. Novy, of the Medical
School, Dean G. Carl Huber of the
Graduate School, Dr. H a r 1 e y A.
Haynes, director of University Hos-
pital, Dean Joseph A. Bursley, Dr.
John Sundwall, director of the Di-
vision of Hygiene and Public Health,
and Walter B. Rea, assistant to the
dean of students.
Issue Call For
All Tryouts Of
Dramatic Club
Comedy Club, campus dramatic so-
ciety, will hold preliminary tryouts
today and tomorrow at 4 p. m in
the Laboratory Theatre.
All tryouts should come prepared
to give a three minute selection from
a modern play.
Due to the large number of seniors
now in Comedy Club, a greater num-
ber of tryouts will be taken in this
year that in previous years, Clarence
Moore, '34, president, stated last
night.
Faculty Women's Club
Sponsors Alumni Dance
The fourth of a series of faculty-
alumni dances sponsored by the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will be given
from 9 p. m. to 12 midnight tomor-
row night in the Union Ballroom.
The Union orchestra will play, and
a number of special features have
been planned.
The committee in charge of the
dance includes Mrs. Walter V. Mar-
shall, chairman, Mrs. J. L. Blott,
Mrs. Harold Gordon, Mrs. Charles
Jamison, Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs.
Willard Olsen, and Mrs. Albert Peck.

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Foreign Students Study English
In Prof. Nelson's Special Class
The English language is not the in the Engineering School, and Coun-
asiest thing in the world to master, sellor of Foreign Students, is con-'
ven for those of us who grew up with ducting a course in English, calcu-
t. Consider then the plight of
hose foreign students who come to lated to foster ear and speech con-
he University with a limited under- sciousness. Graduate students find
tanding, amounting in some in- the course particularly valuable, too,
tances to complete ignorance, of our in enabling them to take dictation
anguage. For these students, and rapidly.
hose who are especially interested in Tapidocs.h
he pronunciation and idiomatic use The personnel of the class, which is
f English, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, being offered for the first time this
lead of the Department of English semester, is interesting in its variety.
Raoru Hayashi, attache to the Jap-
1 ; el(d anese emba ssy in Washington, is a
e lat Is e - member of the class, which also in-

Fraternities
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At Inernational
elations Chlb
The reorganization of the Leaguej
sf Nations was the subject of the dis-
cussion at the International Rela-
tions Club meeting last night. The
discussion took the form of a de-
bate, with Mrs. Harold Miller, De-
troit, upholding the League, and
Frank Landers, '35, arguing against
its inaintenance. Following the de-
bate, the meeting was thrown open
to an informal discussion.
The Club is working on its plans
for the Model League Assembly to
be held on campus in April. Robert
French, Grad., announces that 23
1f the 25 colleges and junior colleges
invited to attend have already ac-
cepted. Charles Braidwood, '34, is
chairman of the Minorities commit-
tee, and Philip Van< Zile, '36, of the
Disarmament Committee. As yet, no
one has been appointed to handle ther
third subject on the agenda, "Tar-
iffs and Trade Barriers."
Ie o~i'i To F~agui-r
Special StiiiiLNight
Robert Hogg, '34, will preside as
master of ceremonies at the special
"Stunt Night" performance to be
given at the League in honor of the
mid-week holiday. Dancing to Al
Cowan's orchest-a will last from 9
p. m. to 1 a. m., according to an an-
nouncement by Grace Mayer, '34Ed,
president of the League.
The special floor show will include
a number by John Silberman, '34,
author of one of the Sophomore Ca-
baret skits. He will present one of
his own skits.
Other talent will include members
of both this year's and last year's
Junior Girls Play. Their perform-
ance will probably consist of several,
numbers from the two plays. It is
also expected that a number which
proved very popular in the Sopho-
more Cabaret will be included in the
features of the evening.
Prices for the Grill Room Stunt
Night have been set at 80 cents a
couple, including the cost of food,
and 40 cents per person.
NORTHWESTERN PLANS BALL
Northwestern University is holding
its annual Charity Carnival Ball on
Feb. 23. This is an annual affair
the proceeds of which go to the
Northwestern University Settlement.
'The Ball will be held at the Aragon
Ballroom and will feature the or-
chestras of Wayne King and Jan
Garber.

eludes the son and nephew of one of!
the most distinguisned of Chinese
generals, a Russian student from
Manchuria who came here two years
ago to work on his doctor's degree,
two Chinese students from the School
of Business Administration and two
Japanese women Brbour scholars.
There are also in the group two stu-
dents sent from Iraq on government)
scholarships by the Minister of Edu-1
cation. They came here a month late,!
without any knowledge of English, to
study engineering.,
The course was given several years
ago by Prof. Nelson for students in
the College of Engineering. As revised
now, it has been adopted for the more
general interests of all the graduate
students on campus.
Senior Society rF4) I
All women who have transferred
from other schools this semester and
those juniors and seniors who came
here as transfers last semester, have
been extended invitations to a tea
being held from 4 until 5:30 p. m.
Saturday by members of Senior So-
cety. I
The honor society for senior inde-
pendent women has planned this en-
tertainment, at Betsy Barbour dor-1
mitory to assist newcomers to theI
campus in acclimating themselves1
and getting acquainted.1
Barbara Andrews, Margaret Ar-I
nold, and Gladys Dinkel are the wo-

Parties Tonioht
I ae Perwiissi on Enables
S Two Sororities To Give
Informal Dances
Two sororities are taking advan-
tage of late permission to hold in-
formal dances tonight.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Epsilon Phi is entertainingj
informally with a victrola party. Mrs.I
Minnie Mahrer, Prof. and Mrs. I. L.
Sharfman and Dr. and Mrs. S. Mil-
ton Goldhammer will chaperone.
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi is also enter-
taining informally, with a "bowery"
costume party. Mrs. Adah Zimmer-!
man, Mrs. L. L. Griffiths and Mrs.
Forest will chaperone.
Kappa Delta
Eight guests were entertained at
a rushing dinner last night. Ar-
rangements and decorations, which
consisted of white tapers and roses
for the tables, were planned by Ella
May Broome, '35.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity enter-
tained with an informal supper Sun-
day night. The guests were: Dr.
and Mrs. R. C. Hussey, Prof. Ralph
Belknap, and Evans S. Schmeling.
Dr. Eelknap and Dr. Schmeling have
recently returned from Greenland.
(ltd) To EiLerlain.
Chinese students new to the cam-
pus this semester will be guests of
honor at a meeting of the Chinese
Student Club at 7:30 p. m. today in
Lane Hall.
A special program of entertainment
will be offered, according to Chitsu
Hsu, Grad., secretary of the club,
which has about 80 members from
the Chinese colony on campus. Re-
freshments will be served, and all
Chinese students are invited to be
present, Hsu said.
MICHIGAN DAMES ENTERTAIN
T'!-snitfii3 in~ vy 7N, nMQ txiav

New Off-Face Hats Mrs. Pargment Pui
Set Hgh On Head Career As Teachei
Are Popular Style
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the eighth an
in a series of aricles on I r<,>>> iuc i
Astounding as the new hats may woriwn in Oe Univery oIromban
be, still in their extreme lines they -.
provide a mold for any face, whether By ELEANOR BLUM sh
the effect desired is angelic or ga- A native of Russia, Mrs. Lila Parg- Ur
minish. Enough of the over-the-eye nctul
troop has been retained to please th
those who prefer the conservative. be teaching Russian Literature in the
With winter still hurling snow at United States at the time that she
our ears, the only way to express received her education.
one's spring gaiety seems to be in Lila Kaplov, which was her name
the way of a bonnet that adds verve .fraragew was orn nam to
to the fur coat, and rejuvenates one's toe marriage, was born i a small h
spirits. For this campus model one town near Kiev. She received her sec- a
wishes ondary education there and her hil
the most extreme style to be higer education" in the Gymna- 1:
found, if the idea is to. be success-hierduaon}nte
lnd. The farther back on the head sium in Leningrad, or St. Petersbuirg h
that the hat begins its daring cut, as it was then called. The gymnna- sel
the smarter it may be. Or if a sport slum, she said, was practically equiv- te:
felt is your wish, the shovel brim alent to the German gymnasium now. sh
with its upward tilt and molded brim Programs there were the same for bo
is casual with its ribbon trim. . everyone,that is, you had no choice
The pill box model is still with of subjects as the American student 19
us with its band over the back of has. tir
the head and a vivid feather slant- Mrs. Pargment prepared herself for
ing across the very top, or perhaps a law at a time when women were not tee
topknot of material completes it. The allowed to practice law in Russia. Her tu
band edging it has no longer that family, she said, advised her against in
heightening line, but only makes the it at the time but she was fully con- wi
security of the little box appear very fident that by the time she was log
precarious. This is the spot where through school they would be per- civ
hatpins, long and short, become the nitted to practice. She was wrong, T
only solution on windy days. however. During the four-year course de
Teaing the other day we noticed a which was required, she also did a eit
dark gunmetal straw, roughly wo- great deal of work in literature. wl
ven, and cut high across the center After her graduation, she married ar
of the head in a halo line. It en-
larged the wide eyes of the wearer
and gave an angelic effect. And in
opposition, one sees many of the tiny
veiled Breton sailors, whose rolled
brims lend a dashing silhouette, and
reflect the newest of the fashion
deities' decrees.
Sicket Sales Forth
F~rosh Frolic BeginSPCA H
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on sale to freshmen only until Tues-
day of next week. Freshmen are
urged to support their class function d/ /h
by buying their tickets early from
members of the committee.
The sales yesterday w e r e v e r y IC
promising, according to R i c h a r d
Schumo, chairman of the affair,
proving the popularity of Jack Miles'
Band which has been selected to
play.
Members of the committee' from
whom tickets may be obtained are
Daniel Hart, Richard Oliver, Theo-
dore Steinhausen, Eugene Deming.
I Franklin Dannemiller, William Oli- D}ce Char
ver, John Brown, Marjorie Turner,
Nancy Quirk, Doris Everett, Bernard
Weissman, James Briegel, Harriet
Heath, Josephine Cavanaugh, Jean
McLean, Alice Baucherle, Mary Eliz-
abeth Moore, and Kitty Jane Miller.
The ticket price is $2.

men planning the de
Swhere1
Motion Pictures: M
ion Follies of 1934;"
Girl Without ia Ro
"The Death Kiss."
Dancing: "Stunt
League Grill Room;
Union, Chubbs, Joe.
etes, Dixie Inn.

Mails. The Michigan Dnames wing ive a
party at 8 p. m. tonight in Lane Hall,
in place of the regular meeting. All
members and their husbands are in-
vited. A charge of 25 cents a couple'
will be made to cover the expenses.
ichigan, "Fash- -
Majestic, "The WYVERN, W.A.A. GIVE OUTING
om;" Whitney, All interested in Wyvern-W.A.A.1
outing to be given on Thursday
Night" in the are asked to call Barbara Jean
"Hop" at the 0 w e n, Clarabel Neubecker, or
Parker's, Prek- Billie Griffiths before noon today.

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