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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Medic Dance

Golf Cup Presented

Team of Students IBall Will Be Given Voice Instructio
Wins First Honors At Masonic Temple A 1
N A ( ~o~e .AreN GreeP e ~'i'

ns In Classes

Is Announced
For Next Week
Weinman To Be Chairman
Of Medical Class Affair,
Donovan Is Assistant
Announcement has been made that
the second annual Caduceus Dance,
given by the medical classes, will be
held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. February
21 in the Union Ballroom. The dance
will be closed to all except members
of the medical classes, to whom tickets
will be sold at $2.00 a couple.
Edward B. Weinman, '35M, will be
general chairman for the affair with
Mark Donovan, '35M! as assistant
chairman. Other chairmen and their
committees have also been announced,
including Montgomery Schick, '35M,
music chairman, who will be assisted
by Paul Sloan, '35M, and Charles
Knerler, '36M.
David Weaver, '35M, has been ap-
pointed ticket chairman and his com-
mittee consists of Sol Baker, '35M,
William Cook, '35M, John Mason,
'35M, Wixom Sibley, '35M, William
Wilson, '35M, John Wilson, '35M, Da-
vid DeWeese, '38M, and Francis Ros-
enbaum, '36M.
Jerome E. Wilson, '35M, is in charge
of the publicity for the affair and
assisting him are Kendall Holmes,
'35M, John Wood, '36M, and Jack
Oatman, '36M.
The house committee is headed by
Lawrence C. Manni, '35M, and mem-
bers of his committee are Fleming
Barbour, '36M, Raymond Bunge, '36M,
George Higley, '36M, and John A.
MacNeal, '36M.
Lorin E. Kerr, '35M, is chairman of
the patrons committee, with Hugh
Mceachran, '36M, and Grosvenor+
Root, '37M. Decorations are being ar-
ranged by Harry Arnold, '35M, Eu-
gene Springer, '36M, Virgil Shepard,
'36M, Dugald MacIntyre, '36M, Don-
ald Francis, '36M, Robert Bannon,
'36M, John Bunting, '36M, John Mor-
gan, '36M, and Kyril Conger, '36M.
Engagement Of Students
Is Announced In Detroit
An engagement of campus interest
was announced between semesters
when Mr. and Mrs. Marshall B.
Downing of Brooklyn Heights, N. Y.
made known the engagement of their
daughter, Adelaide Gertrude, '37, to
Bruce Lafer, '35A, Detroit. Miss
Downing, who attended the Friend's
School in Brooklyn before coming to
the University, is a member of Delta
Gamma sorority and Lafer is affil-
iated with Delta Upsilon.
The announcement was made lastl
week at a party held at the Detroit
Athletic Club. The wedding will take
place early in April in Brooklyn
Heights and the couple plan to spend
their honeymoon in Bermuda. They
will return to live in Ann Arbor.

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In A rt Competitan Washington's birthday will be cele-
brated this Feb. 22 at a ball spon-
sored by the Lad'es' Auxiliary of the By DAVID MACDONALD
Word has been received by the American Legion of Ann Arbor at the Voice instruction in classes has be-
icigoanf eam asw r thsat rie Masonic Temple. come a definite part of the curricula
of i300 a temhswn first pize Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh. president of of the School of Music, according to
condu$t0 " te recent co etation the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Frank X. a recent announcement from the
Wright,cdhcchargeoof the ball, an- school. The method of instruction
Alumni ofWrightriinn charge
Alumn f the American Academy nounce that proceeds from the affair employed was inaugurated two years
in om ptwill be used to aid in the construc- ago under the general direction of
This competition was open to fstion and maintenance of a new Legion Prof. James Hamilton.
chools. Each team consisted of an Memorial Home. From the first, results became in-
architect, a painter, a sculptor, and Leon Myers and his orchestra will creasingly gratifying, the report stat-:
a landscape designer. The problem play for the ball, it was expected. ed Professor Hamilton has ex-
involved the design of a museum of Tickets, at one dollar per couple, are pressed great satisfaction with the
natural history, its landscape, and on sale at Quarry Drug Store, N. progress which the students have
app opriate mural paintings and University and S. State Streets. made and the work has become ex-
sculpture. The purpose of this prob- cecdingly popular and attractive
lem was to bring about collabora- LOCAL ARTISTS EXHIBIT among voice students.
tion between students doing creative An exhibition of the work of local; Teach FundamentalsI
work in allied fields. artists, sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Prof. Roger Bailey of the College Art Association, was recently an- The classes in voice are not in-
of Architecture had general charge nounced by Douglas Loree, vice-pres- tended tonbe a substitute for di-
of the project, and Prof. George G. ident of the organization. The exhibit with an opportunity of learning in
Ross was the critic for the landscape opened Feb. 9, and will be on display grup an y of entals
de-igning. The Michigan team was until March 1. groups many of the fundame els
represented in architecture by Rud- The galleries in Alumni Memorialt r de iteudy lateron.
olph A. Matern, '35A. in painting by Hall, where the exhibit is located, In addition to the rudiments of
Donald B. Gooch, '34Ed, in modeling will be open from 1:30 to 5 p.m. daily. siing. great stress is given to tone
by Jane. H. Higbie, '38A, and in land- In addition the show, which is at production, breathing, diction, and
scape design by Richard I. Levin, '35. all times open free to members and consideration of song literature. Also
Corneft placed second, winning a students, will be open Thursday night by singing before their fellow stu-
prize of $100, and Yale was awarded free of charge to the general public, dents in class, stage presence, self'
the third prize. -- -confidence and the ability to think
and Civilization" by Lewis Mumford, in musical terms "on one's feet," is
BOOK GROUP TO MEET "The Robber Barons," by Matthew developed.
The book group of the Michigan Josephson, and "Quiet Flows the To Develop Talents
Dames will meet for a potluck supper Don," by Mikhail Sholokov will be The plan has the advantage of pro-
today at Stalker Hall. "Technics reviewed at the meeting. viding students with an opportunity

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With Enthusiasm'
of observing the progress and cor-
rections of fellow students, thus
simplifying and stimulating their in-
dividual efforts. The spirit and en-
thusiasm aroused has been contag-
ious and many students otherwise
hesitant in undertaking voice study
have been encouraged to develop their
own vocal talents to the greatest pos-
sible degree, according to the state-
ment.
The classes are open to beginners
and students of intermediate devel-
opment. New students who are in-
terested have been asked toaconfer
with Prof essor Hamilton at the
School of Music. A nominal semester
fee is charged.
Music Sorority To Hear
Student Violinist, Pianist
Three students of the School of
Music will entertain at the monthly
meeting of Sigma Alpha Iota, na-
tional music sorority, to be held today
at the home of Mrs. Grace Hendrick-
son Ayers.
Eileen Icheldinger, '3G, violinist,
and Jean Hoover, '36SM, pianist, will
be the soloists. Emma Mary Foote,
Grad.,SM., will accompany Miss Ich-
eldinger.
The hostess will be assisted by Miss
Elizabeth Campbell and Miss Cather-
ine Bachus.

Beta Kappa Rho To Hold
Initiation On Saturday
Initiation ceremonies for Beta
Kappa Rho sorority will be held at
8:30 p.m. Saturday in the League. A
party is to be given afterwards in
honor of the new initiates. Dorothy
Mittelstaedt, '36, social chairman of
the group, is in charge, assisted by
Mildred Butler, '35, president, Iva
Studebaker, Grad., and Genevieve
Wilkowski, '35.
The sorority is an organization of
non-affiliated women living outside
regularly approved houses. It pro-
vides social life for women living in
private homes, who would ordinarily
lack the contacts.
W.C.T.U. Will Meet At
Pilgrim Hall Tomorrow
The Women's Christian /remper-
ance Union will hold a discussion
and business meeting at 2:30 tomor-
row afternoon at Pilgrim Hall. Miss
Elizabeth Perkins. a national lectur-
er of the organization and world child
welfare director, will be one of the
speakers. Mrs. Lulu Rice, who is
president of tlhe second district of
the state organization, will alsortake
part, as will Grace Farnsworth, Grad.
Timely topics will be discussed at
the meeting. Members and friends
of the organization are invited to at-
tena.

-Associated Press Photo.
Miss Jean Butler of Previdenee, R.
I., receIved the loving cup for the1
Champicnship. The cup was pre-
$snted by Miss Maure3n Orcutt, of
Englewood, N. J., last year's champ-
icn. Miss Bauur defeated Mrs. Joe,
Budckk of Buffalo to win the golf'
title.
Group To Hear
Speech About
Saar Situation
The International Relations sup-
per sponsored by the Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti branches of the American
Association of University Women,
The League of Women Voters and
the League of Nations Association
will be held at 6:15 p.m., Sunday,
Feb. 17, in the ballroom of the League.
Prof. James K. Pollock of the politi-
cal science department .will speak on
the "Saar Plebiscite and Its After-
math." He will be introduced by
Prof. John P. Dawson of the law de-
partment. This will be Professor
Pollock's only public lecture on this
subject in the city and all men and
women who are interested in interna-
tional affairs are invited. The price
for the supper is nominal as in the
past and reservations should be made
by calling the League no later than
Friday night.
Professor Pollock, who has just 're-
turned from the Saar, where he had
charge of the voting precinct of the
Saarbrucken, has had an intimate
and close insight of the political and
economic conditions of the outcome
of the elections of the last month.
Arboretum Director
To Address Group
Prof. Harlow 0. Whittmore, of the
department of landscape design and
director of Nichols Arboretum, will
speak at the dinner meeting of the
junior branch of the American As-
sociation of University Women at 6:15
p.m. today at the League. His sub-
ject will be "The Woman's Hardy
Flower Garden" and he will illus-
trate his talk with colored lantern
slides.
Reservations should be made by
calling the League. Members who
have not paid their dues are urged to
do so at this meeting.

Where To Go

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Motion Pictures: Majestic, "The
Lives of a Bengal Lancer" with Gary
Cooper; Michigan, "The Gilded Lady"j
with Claudette Colbert; Whitney,
"King Kelly of the U.S.A." with Guy
Robertson and "Girl of the Limber-
lost;" Wuerth, "The Band Plays On"
with Robert Young and "Bachelor of
Arts" with Tom Brown.
University Lecture: Prof. Reginald
Buller, "The Romance of Fungusj
Life," 4:15 p.m., Natural Science
Auditorium.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.

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