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SUNDAY, MARCH V,19-36

TI~ H HI.GAN DAILY

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Schedule Sale
Of Tickets ForE
Annual J.G.P.
Initial Performance Will
Honor Senior Women;F
To OpenThursday G
Tickets for the 1936 Junior Girls;
Play, "Sprize!" will go on sale from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow in then
box office of the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, Gretchen Lehman, chair-
man, announced.
Tickets are priced at 75 cents and
$1 for the evening performances and
50 cents and 75 cents for the matinee.
More than 100 tickets have already,
been reserved for the Friday and Sat-
urday night performances, Miss Leh-
man stated.;
The musical revue will open at 8:15
p.m. Thursday and will continue for
an additional two day run with a
matinee performance to be given at
2:30 p.m. Saturday. The opening
night will carry out the 32-year-old
tradition of honoring the senior wom-
en. All graduating women will march
from the senior supper to the play
in their caps and gowns which they
will be wearing for the first time.
In addition to the senior women,
patrons and patronesses have been
invited to attend the opening night.'
This list includes: President and Mrs.t
Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean'and Mrs.E
Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
Edward H. Kraus, Dean Alice Lloyd.
Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. HeleneE
Schutz, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith,
Mrs. Beach Conger, Prof. Henry An-°
derson, Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss
Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Byrl Bacher,
Mr. Valentine Windt, Mr. and Mrs.
George Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Walz, Miss Marie Hartwig and Mrs.
Mafirion Durrell.
Program For
Senior Supper
Is Announced1

Hitting IPossibility

Mrs. Ruthven {
Will Entertain
Faculty Women
Mrs. Adams Will Assist
Hostess At Tea To ie
Held Wednesday
The Faculty Women's Club will,
hold a tea from 3:30 to 5:30, Wednes-
day, at the home of Mrs. Alexander
Ruthven. Mrs. E. L. Adams, presi-
dent of the organization, will assist
the hostess.
The following women who will also
assist Mrs. Ruthven are: Mrs. Ben-
jamin Bailey, Mrs. John Bradshaw,
Mrs. Everett Brown, Mrs. Roy Cow-
den, Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, Mrs. Paul
Geiger, Mrs. Preston Slosson, Mrs.
Cyrus Sturgis, Mrs. John Worley,
Mrs.- Clarence Thorp, Mrs. David
Stewart, Mrs. Joseph Hayden, Mrs. W.
D. Henderson, Mrs. Alfred Lovell and
Mrs. George W. Patterson.
Other members will be: Mrs. Pal-.
iner Christian, Mrs. Alfred Lee, Mrs.
I. L. Scharfman, Mrs. William Sel-
lew, Mrs. Lewis Gram, Mrs. Shirley
Smith, Mrs. A. E. White, Mrs. A. H.
White, Mrs. Clarence Yoakum, Mrs.
Arthur Bromage, Mrs. Edgar Gault,
Mrs. Carleton Pierce and Mrs. Mer-
ton Wallington.
All members who have not yet paid
their dues, may mail them to the
treasurer, Mrs. H. F. Taggart, 1019
Granger Avenue, or they will be re-
ceived at the meeting Wednesday.
The meeting on Wednesday will be
the next to the last of the year for
the Faculty Women's Club. The final
annual meeting and luncheon, is'
scheduled to take place Wednesday,
April 22, in the ballroom of the
League.
Slide Rule Dance
Recalls Lawyers
Engineers' Feud
By DOROTHY LUTHI
The Slide Rule Dance and the
Large slide rule are all that remain

Capitalists Ball
Wilt Be Made1
Annual Affair

Businiess
School

Ad iministrationl
Sponsors First

Oane AriI 4
For the first time in the history
of the School of Business Administra-
tion, the seniors of the school will
sponsor a dance to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 am. Saturday, April 4 in
the Women's Athletic Building.
The Capitalists Ball is the name
given to the dance which is being
established this year as an annual
affair for the students of the business
administration school, according to
V. Lois Keddy, general chairman for
the dance.
Members of the central committee
include David Merriman, Colin Mac-
Donald, Bernard Cary, and Miss Ed-
day. The arrangements for the ball
will be under the group as a whole.
Tickets for the dance which are
priced at $1 will go on sale tomorrow.
They may be purchased from mem-
bers of the central committee. The
sale will be limited to business ad-
ministration students for the present
and a general campus sale will be
made later.
The orchestra and the decorations
for the ball will be announced at a
later date.
Rental Of Caps,
Gowns Will Be
Held At Leagfue
The rental of caps and gowns and
the sale of senior collars will be held
from 1 to 5:30 p.m tomorrow in the
ballroom of the League under the
supervision of a committee of 10
women from Senior Society, according
to Betty Greve, president.
Miss Greve urges that all senior
women obtain their uniforms from
Senior Society, not only because their
prices are lower but also because of
the use to which the profits from this
sale are put. The money from the
rental of the caps and gowns is put
into the League treasury, while the
money from the sale of collars is
used by Senior Society to award an
annual scholarship.
The gowns will cost $4.50 each, $2
being refunded upon the return of
each one; caps, $1.'5 and collars, 35
cents. This makes a total of $6.60 less
the $2 refund.
All Senior women's caps, gowns
and collars must be obtained by
Thursday night; which marks the
date of the Senior Supper and the
opening night of J.G.P.
AIHA PHI
Alpha Phi initiated seven women
yesterday. They are Stphanie Par-
fet, '39, Alice St. John, '39, Priscilla
Abbott, '39, Betty Lyons. '39, Nancy
Stonintoh, '39. Sylvia Callender, '39,
and Virginia Jackson, '38. Mrs. R.
G. St. John was toastmistress at the
banquet which followed.
TATE IWET
WELER
WATCH & JEWELRY RPAIRING

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Cotinued from Page 4)
sage of the Church and the Cross-
Inseparable."
5:30 p.m., Lutheran Student Fel-
lowshipaand supper hour at Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall.
6:45 p.m., Discussion led by Rev.
E. C. Stellhorn on Justification by
Faith.
Unitarian Church:
5:30 Twilight Service, "John Dewey
-Man Controls His Destiny."
7:30 p.m., Liberal Student's Union.
Play "The Maker of Dreams" followed
by discussion on Amateur Theatri-
cals, led by Mrs. W. H. Sellew.
Christian Reformed and Reformed
Students: Rev. H. J. Kuiper, of Grand
Rapids, will conduct services in the
Chapel of the Michigan League, at
10:30. You are urged to be present.
International Panel on China: The
first of three panels on China will
be presented this afternoon at 4
o'clock in the Grand Rapids Room
of the Michigan League. The special
topic, "Recent Developments in
China" will be introduced for dis-
cussion by Miss I-Djen Ho, Eugene
Lee, H. C. Cheung, and W. S. Tsang.
All students, faculty, and towspeople
interested in international affairs are
cordially invited to attend.
Mr, . L. Reddix, president of the
Consumers' Cooperative Trading
Company of Gary, Ind., and principle
of a Negro high school of that city,
is the third speaker on the Student
Christian Association's program of
study of the Cooperative movement,
speaking at Lane Hall this after-
noon at 4:00 p.m. on "What a Con-
sumers' Cooperative has Meant forj
the Gary Poor."
Union Forum: Professor Robert C.
Angell will talk on the subject "Are
We Free In America," 4:15, in the
Ballroom of the Union. The public
are cordially invited.
Hillel Foundation: The Sunday eve-
ning Forum will be held at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Leon Fram will speak on "An
Old Book With Young Ideas" in com-
memoration of the 400th anniversary
of the Bible. The Forum will be fol-
lowed by a social.
Varsity Glee Club: Rehearsal at
4:30 p.m.
Genesee Club meeting at 5:15 p.m.
Meeting will be followed by a dinner.
Professor Slosson, speaker.
Scalp and Blade will hold its
Spring Pledge meeting in the Union
at 5 o'clock. After the pledging of
the new men, a smoker is planned
I for 6 o'clock. Those who are not

planning to pledge are urged to at-
tend the smoker. All members arce
requested to attend.
Graduate Outing Club will meet at'
Lane Hall this afternoon at 3:00.
Transportation will be provided to the
Scio Scout Cabin for an afternoon
of games and hiking. Supper will be
served for approximately 30 cents.
All graduates are cordially invited to
Coming Events
Cercle Francais meeting on Tues-
day, 7:45 p.m., Michigan League. All
members are urged to attend.
PItAry Reading Contest: Tryouts
and registration for entrance in this
contest will be held Tuesday, March
24. from 3 to 5, in Room 302 Mason
Hall. All prospective contestants
should report at this time, prepared
to read for five minutes from poetry
of their own choosing. Those unable
to come. please get in touch with
Professor Hollister.
Student Social Workers: A joint
meeting of those students interested
ill forming a social workers' discus-
sion club and of social workers in the
field will be held Tuesday, March 24,
7:45 p.m., Michigan League. All those
interested are invited to attend.
Student Senate: An important
meeting of the committee of six to
be held Monday, 5 p.m., the Union.
It is necessary that everyone be there
for plans for the next big meeting
aie being made. If you cannot at-
tend, get in touch with the secretary.
Phi Delta Kappa Smoker: Members
of Omega Chapter will meet at a
smoker at the Michigan Union Mon-
day night, March 23, at 7:30. Dr.
Kenneth L. Heaton of the Division
of Curriculum Research, State De-
partment of Instruction, will speak,
Faculty members of the fraternity,
and members from other chapters
are cordially invited to attend.
Interior Decoration Group of the
Faculty Women's Club will meet at
2:45 p.m. on Monday, March 23,c
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Michigan League. Prof. Walter J.
Gores will talk on "Fabrics." The en-
tire Art Section is invited.
Mimes: Important meeting at the
Union on Tuesday, 4:30. Very im-
portant. Please attend.
Th Bookshelf and Stage Section of
the Faculty Womnen's Club will meet
Tuesday afternoon, at 2:45, at the
home ofyMrs. Ernest F. Barker, 18
Ridgeway.
Monday Evening Drama Section of
the Faculty Women's Club will meet
Monday evening, March 23, at the
home of Mrs. John Leete, 1514 Gran-
ger Ave.

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Members OfLa4 td dress s this one pictured Abe of the traditional feud between the
Members Of Last Year'stdmade of silk. A white overblouse engineers and the lawyers. With
J . C Ts nt osblklskAwmate overuse 'April 3 the date of the annual Engi-
J.G.P. Cast To Present tps a black skirt made on very neering affair not far in the future,
Novelty Performance staight tailored lines. Two large the rivalry between the two schools is
_____sq'aare buttons accent the waist-oneainbugtomnd
Five senior women of the cast of lim. The design is by Anny Blatt once agam brought to mind.
hThis rivalry used to come to ac-
last year's Junior Girls Play are to o aris. tual physical outbreaks
participate in a novelty performance a y sica otbrea three timnes
a year; once after the annual spring
at the Senior Supper, to be held Seea li eathletic contest between the engineers
Thursday, March- 26 in the League ea and lawyers; again during the an-
Ballroom. e nual "swing out" that was held just
The women are Jean Fleckenstine, For All Entries before graduation. Then it was the
Claire Gorman, Elizabeth Allen, sacred duty of any engineer to forc-
Louise Paine and Helen Hadley. Julie ibly persuade any lawyer who hap-
Kane, who was chairman of the in on es pened to be brave enough to try it,
1935 junior project, is in charge of _not to pass under the Arch. The
the entertainment which is to be in tidcnlc am ntengto
the nature of asurprise. Dorothy The final date for all entries for third conflict came on the night of
Shappell will assist her. Parts of the theme of the decorations for the the Slide Rule Dance which wad a1-
last year's performance and indi- 1nnways held the same night as the
annual Architects Ball, to take place Lawyers' annual Crease Dance. One
vidual songs are to be featured. . Friday, May 8, is tomorrow. The year the engineers paid a visit to
Central committee members and winner who will receive a complimen- their rivals' dance and left a calling
the women who portrayed the leads in tary ticket for the dance, is to be card in the shape of a "stink boinb."
the 1935 production will be seated at ( The lawyers retaliated nicely by
a special table at the supper, the an- selected by the members of the cen- dousing the practical jokers with hot
nual gathering honoring senior wom- tral committee, of whic Robert Mor- water.
en. Patronesses for the affair, as well ris, '36A, is general chairman. Another year the large slide rule
as members of Senior Society and All entries are to be handed to . which is a cherished possession of the
Mortarboard, will sit at the speaker's either Dixon Lathrop, '37A, or Ed- engineers, disappeared. It stayed
table. Miss Kane is to be toast- ward Duffield, '37A, who a-re the away for a year. The lawyers had
mistress. co-chairmen of the decoration com- it and were planning to display it at
Patronesses include Regent Esther mittee. the Crease Ball. But the scheme
Cram, Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, The Architects' Ball has always leaked out.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Joseph A. been a costume affair, and has been Now after many years all that re-
Bursley, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Ethel noted for its unusual and novel dec- mains of the old tradition is the slide
McCormick, Mrs. George Stanley, orations. In 1935, the theme of the rule which is kept in a vault and
Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss Marian ball was "comic strip characters," the Slide Rule Dance which is still
Durell and Dr. Margaret Bell i when famous heros of the funny held on the same night as the Crease
Senior Supper traditionally is the papers, were portrayed in typical sit- Dance.
event for which fourth-year womenuations.
appear in caps and gowns for the waios
first time. This year all seniors In previous years, the dance has
will wear the caps with the gowns, been held at Granger's Dance Hall,
a departure from custom, as former- but this year it will take place in
ly only members of the two honorary Watecrman Gymnasium, since the &he Sl ab
societies have worn caps at the din- former place has been converted into
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3 to 5 p.m. yesterday in the League,
according to Grace Bartling, presi-
dent.
The seventeen women invited to the
tea were Janet Alhngton, '38; MaryI
Louise Biercamp, '38; Eleanor Bale,
'38; Marjory Bolger, '38; Helen Bow-
man, '38; Helen Byrn, '38; Eleanor
Clark, '38; Marjorie Curdy, '38; Geil
Duffendack, '38; Margaret Forsythe.
'33; Marjory Fromer, '38; Betty Jean
Gatward, '38; Doris Jean Kaphan,
'38; Florence McCoukey, '38; Mar-
garet Myers, '38; Lillian Rosenbaum,
'38, and Irene Sti'son, '38.

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