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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 , 1939

THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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Third Annual Medical Dance To Be Held Tonight In Union Bo

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600 Students

Organdy Gown Features Exaggerated Sleeves

A E dE
Are Expected
To Attend Ball
Frankie Master's Band To
Play; Theme To Be
'Dance Of Death'
The third annual Caduceus Ball,
given by the medical students of the
University will be held tonight in the
Union Ballroom.I
Frankie Masters and his orchestra
from the College Inn, Chicago, will
play for the occasion. Decorations
will be appropriate to the theme-
"The Dance of Death."
The dance is open only to medical
students, members of the faculty and
members of the profession. As there
has been a complete sell-out of tick-
ets, 300 couples are expected to at-
tend.
The committeemen and their guests
who will attend are Frederick W.
Wilson, '36M, general chairman and
Mrs. Wilson, and John A. MacNeal,
'36M, with Helen MacDonald, De-
troit. Members of the ticket com-
mittee are Robert J. Bannow, '36M,
whose guest will be Grace Pring-
nitz, Mt. Clemens, James C. Cook,
'39M, who will attend with Florence
Harper, '36.
Committee Guests
John Bunting, '36M, chairman of
the decorations committee will at-
tend with Irene Summerfield, Ann
Arbor. Charles Knerler, '36M, chair-
man of the Floor Committee will have
as his guest Elizabeth Bell, '36. Du-
gald Maclntyre, '36M, chairman of
the Music Committee will be with
Elizabeth Davis, Ann Arbor. Other
committeemen and their guests will
be George Booth, '37M with Theresa
Edwards, Dayton, O., and Mr. and
Mrs. George Higley.
Several medical fraternities will
hold formal dinners and suppers pre-
ceding the ball. Nu Sigma Nu will
hold a closed formal dinner in addi-
tion to a breakfast following the
dance. Chaperones will be Dr. and
Mrs. GeorgeHammond and Dr. and
Mrs. Frank Wilson. Duncan Shep-
ard, '36M, will be in charge.
To Hold Formal Dinners
Alpha Kappa Kappa will also hold
a formal dinner as announced by
Albert Heustis, '36M, Dr. and Mrs.
Max Peet and Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Gesell. Edward Nell, '37M is the social
chairman.
Phi Chi fraternity will hold a closed
dinner according to George Booth,
'37M. Dr. and Mrs. Spence Wagar
and Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Waggoner
will act as chaperones.
Phi Rho Sigma will hold a formal
dinner according to the social chair-
man, Reed Prugh, '38M. William
Frostic, '37M, is in charge of a formal
dinner at Theta Kappa Psi frater-
nity. Phi Beta Pi is holding an in-
formal supper. Dr. Carlton Pierce
and Dr. and Mrs. Albert Fursten-
berg will act as chaperones. John
Wood, '36M, is in charge of arrange-
ments.C
J.G.P. Tryouts

Officers Tell Of Faculty-Alumni Sociology Students
E To Make Field Trip
League Duties, Present FourthT
A selected group of students and
Merit System Dance n Unionm majors in sociology will make a field
rip to Toledo during the coming
week-end of Feb. 22-23. There will
Margaret Hiscock, Jean Prof. And Mrs. Pollock, be no classes on Saturday, a legal
Seeley, Winifred Bell Capt. And Mrs. Harly, holiday.
A spvir P ts A Under the leadership of Professor
AtlreSS Group i~~~P~aI' A. E. Bushnell of the Sociology de-
Address_ paCavet ofToleoeUiverityspe

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partment of Toledo University, spe-
In speaking at the mass meeting vial attention will be paid to slumc
held at 5 p.m. yesterday in the Lydia By TUTH SAUFER clearance and federal housing pro-
Mendelssohn Theatre for all women The fourth Faculty-Alumni Dance jects, Negro and white community
interested in applying for major of the year was held last night at settlement houses and Labor UnionC
League positions, Winifred Bell, '36, the Uniori, and many prominent meetings. The group will hear a lec-
chairman of the Judiciary Council, members of the faculty were present. ure by Albert Goldman, a Chicago
emphasized the operation of the mer- David W. Stewart helped to greet the labor attorney. A visit will be made
it system which serves as a basis in guests at the door, and Bob Steinle to foreign neighborhoods, including
the selection and promotion of all and his Union band furnished the erhaps, attendance at one of their
campus women in League offices. music for the evening's entertain- socials.
The merit system was first initiat- ment. The registration fee of $2.00 should
ed into the League in 1934 when the Prcf. Joseph R. Hayden, recently 'e paid to Dorothy Shapland, 2125
I present constitution was formally r eturned trom his incumbency as Natural Science Building, betweens
adopted by the Board of Representa- vice-governor of the Philippines, and Ye hours of 9 to 12 a-d 2 to 4.
tives. The League Council heads the Mrs. Hayden, and Pro. Rooert B.
organization coordinating all major Hall, who has been in Japan, and The group, limited to about twenty-
women's activities as well as directing Mrs. Hall were welcomed upon their two persons, will leave Ann Arbori
and controlling them return to campus life. Mrs. Hayden Saturday morning and return froms
Miss Bell went on to explain the appeared in an attractive gown of Toledo early Sunday night.
ioutine connected with each petition blue crepe and Mrs. Hall wore a dress
which is handled by the Judiciary of royal blue satin. With them were Dance To Be Held
Council. After all petitions have seen Piof. James K. Pollock of the
been handed in, each applicant is in- political science department and Mrs. At Lawyers Club
terviewed by the Judiciary Council Pollock who looked very charming in
which considers then and recoin a white gown studded with rhine-
mendsone person for each position to stones and Prof. and Mrs. William The Lawyers Club will hold a for-
the Leagueperoni raL. Ayres and Prof. and Mrs. Walter mal dance tonight. Cyril Hetsko,
A. Reich art. Mrs. Ayres wore pink
Board Appoints President ciepe and Mrs. Reichart a wine-col- plans, and those assisting him are:
The president and secretary-treas~ ored gown William Bagby, '36L, Ed Rea, '36L,
urer are appointed by a special elec- Harold Love, '36L, Byron Gallager,

Theatre: Whitney, "Affairs of
Susan" with Zasu Pitts and "I am
A Thief" with Ricardo Cortez;
Wuerth, "Whipsaw" with Myrna Loy
and "Ivory Handled Guns" with
Buck Jones; Majestic, "A Midsum-
mer Night's Dream" with all star
cast; Michigan, "Professional Sol-
dier" with Victor McLaglen.
Dancing: Silver Grill of the League,
Chubb's.
Union Band Will Play At
Masonic Temple Tonight
A dance featuring the music of Bob
Steinle and the regular Union Band
and which is sponsored especially for
students will be held from 9 to 1 p.m.
tonight at the Masonic Temple.
There will be a floor show includ-
ing several tap dances, an accordian
solo, and a trio of singers. Refresh-
ment service will be available.
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
300-A South State Street
NEW GIRDLES
$1.00 - - - $2.25
NEW SLIPS and
GOWNS
97c-------$1.95
HOS I ERY
in Early Spring Shades.
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toral board which takes the recom-i
! mendations of the Undergraduate
Council and Judiciary Council into
consideration. This board is com-
posed of three faculty members and,
four students.
In the case of the six League com-
mittee chairmen, the Judiciary Coun-
cil's recommendations are discussed

Amon-, The Dancers
Among the dancers were seen Dr.
Emeth Schutz in a lovely black gown.
with Prof. Howard H. Ehrmann; Prof.
and Mrs. Richard R. Coursey, who
appeared in a striking gown of reci
taffeta with ruffles around the neck:
Paul C. Wagner and,Mrs. Wagner
who was in a matelasse gown with u

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'36L, Richard McCluskey, '37L, Jack
Mead. '37L, A. D. Kennedy, '36L. Joe
Jackier, '36L, Robert Krouse, '37L,
Robert Woodhams, '36L, and David
Nuns, '36L.
Miss Inez V. Bozorth, Prof. and
Mrs. Armand J. Eardley, Dr. William
IT. B]"ace, Prof. and Mrs. Edgar Dur-
fey, Prof. and Mrs. Burke Shartel
will act as chaperones. Emilio Ca-
seres and his orchestra will play for
the dancing.

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To Continue At
LeagueToday
Tryouts for singing, dancing, and
speaking parts in the 1936 Junior
Girls Play, "Sprize" are to continue
from 3 to 5 p.m. today in the Re-
hearsal Room of the League, Edith
Zerbe, chairman, announced.
In order to make this year's pro-
duction a true class project, the cast
necessitates the participation of ap-
proximately 195 characters, Miss Zer-
be said.
Juniors interested in trying out for
speaking parts are to come prepared
with at least ten lines other than
poetry, Virginia Frink, director of
the play, announced. The womenj
trying out for singing parts are also
to be prepared with some song .hav-
ing a fairly large range. The danc-
ers do not necessarily have to be
prepared, but it is advisable, Betty
Anne Beebe, dance chairman, said.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity an-
nounces the pledging of David Under-
down, '39-'40, of Ann Arbor.

-Associated Press Photo.
Novel, Elizabethan -leeves are seen on this party frock of embroi-
dered organdy suitable for informal spring dances The skirt breaks}
into a graceful ruffled line, extending out to a train in back. The huge
corsage lends interest to the bodice.
Tailored Fashions In Millinery
Will Be In Vogue ThisSpring
Small Crowned Styles In bons hanging down in back, fastened
Braided St w Add Zeston with a bow. Another has a flat,
Braid StrawA d Zesthick brim of braided ribbon - just,
Of Dash And Zest the thing to wear riding in a horse-
less carriage on Sunday afternoons.
If the frigid blasts continue to Panamas Are Shown
harass the country, we recommend Panamas with sporty tilting brims
seal fur with matching ear muffs for
C headgear. However, as we are na- will be irresistible with the ever-
turally optimistic and believe that fashionable spring tweeds and tail-
spring is just around a couple of ored clothes. They are trimmed with
corners, we would like to tell you stitching, pleats, and contrasting rib-
about the novel chapeaux that will bons. Soni have Robin Hood feath-
I be in vogue this spring. ers perched on one side. Even your
A hat that will be becoming with a silhouette will be tailored in one of
spring suit is of braided straw with these mannish creations.
a very abbreviated crown, which sits A neat little turban has a way of
on the top of the head. A broad making a girl look angelic. The one
brim, slightly longer in front, ex- we are thinking of has a thick cord
tends from the crown, and a tiny wound around the crown, and a fluf-
white bow lends a dash of zest. This fy tassel on top. A lacy veil not an
hat is one of those mysterious little inch long makes a feminine border in
affairs that makes you wonder how front.
it stays on. Don't be afraid, when you choose
Pert Bows Are Good your spring millinery, to select some-
Another tailored model is a mod- thing that borders on the radical.
ilication of the Cossack type, which Feathers at rakish angles. Veils any-
fits closely to the head, with a mere wherc. Cellophane. Farmer's straw.
I suggestion of a brim. A pert bow is Shiny flowers. Choose something
placed on one side, and a short veil with a little zest and you will feel like
gives it a touch of softness. Veils are a model from a fashion show.
becoming a very popular fashion, and
will probably be seen a lot this spring.
If you want to look like a romantic FRATERNITY PLEDGES
character out of "Queen Margot," Delta Tau Delta announces the
try one of those flat-crowned little pledging of James Hollinshead, '39,
creations that tips slightly over one Detroit and George Rumney, '39,
eye. Wear a bunch of white pique Windsor, Ont. Burt Wellman, '38,
violets spang in front, like your Columbus, O., a transfer from Ohio
grandmother's. One of these hats is State has become affiliated with the
of black satin with two slender rib- active chapter.
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by the League Council and passed on gold ccllar; and Prof. William Clark
to the president and secretary-treas- Trow and Mrs. Trow, who was seen
urer who make the final appoint- in white and brown print.
ments During intermission, Prof. and Mrs.
The junior and senior members of H-.erbert W. Emerson and Mr. and
the Judiciary Council are nominated Mrs. Egbert R. Isbell weie seen on
by the latter and elected in an all- the terrace - Mrs. Isbeld inblack
campus vote as are the three vice- ciecpe with cape sleeves and gold em-
ps vot s of the League. broidery. Miss Jean L. Kyer, who is
president leplainedhat all camp- piominent in state amateur golfing
us women may petition for any ires, was seen in a very charming
League committee and they will be tailoied gown of bright oi'ange noy-
automatically accepted by at least elity crepe.
one committee giving them the op-i Dinner Parties Given
portunity to gain experience in the Several dinner parties were held
line in which they signify interest as preceding the dance. Professor and
well as gain merit points for ad- I Mis. Pollock held a dinner in the
vancement. Union honoring Professor and Mrs.
Although many people think of the Hayden and Professor and Mrs. Hall,
merit system as primarily function- and Captain and Mrs. R. E. Hardy F
ing as a point system, it takes on a held a small buffet suppei' before
larger meaning, Miss Bell stated. In- the dance.
'luded in the term merit aie the va'- And "Tihe Music Goes 'Round and
ious points: experience, cooperation 'Round," and "Goody Goody" ap-
and congeniality, scholarship, lead- peared to be as popular with the
ership, discretion as a legislator, and faculty and- alumni audience as with
health. the Friday and Saturday student
Explains Executive Duties dancers, it should be noted.
Jean Seeley, '36, president of the
League, continued the meeting speak- Aniounce Increase I
ing on the duties of the executive;
committee of the League. This com- j European Tourist Rates
mittee is composed of the president,
three vice-presidents, and the secre- An increase in cabin and tourist
tary-treasurer. ates on trans-Atlantic steamers to
Miss Seeley divided the functions be effective Febr'ary 24 was an-
of this executive board into two main nounced today by Frederick S. Ran-
categories. The members sit on the dall, proprietor of the travel service
League Board of Governors which in Nickel's Arcarde. Third class rates
takes care of the running of the are not affected.
building. It also acts as a cleaiing i Persons who have deposits on space
j house - discussing matters in this already reserved, or who may make
group in order to present them to the deposits before the 22nd on space re-
Council in a precise manner, she said. quested will be protected against this
The League Committees are a nu- Ise. -
cleus about which the actual work of
the League revolves and the medium
through which contact with all of P
the campus women is maintained, \LL
Margaret Hiscock, '36, chairman of -- TE . 1ET
the orientation committee, said in ET E IT T
explaining the function of the var-E EI R
ious committees. WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING

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BRIDGE SETS - - - GUEST TOWELS
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felt suit hats in styles varying
from the severe homberg, to the
brimmed Chesterfield, to the
school - girl off-the -face breton.
They're the smartest tailored hats
you can wear with a suit this
spring, no matter what type it
may be.

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MILLINERY - Third Floor, Goodyear's Downtown Store
124 South Main Street Telephone 4171
Enjoy the Snow in
SN OW TOGS
at CLEARANCE Prices
SKI SUITS $8.98
There's plenty of cold weather, so it's to your advantage to
get a good ski suit at this reduced price. All wool material
that's color fast and wa'er proofed. Red, Rust, Brown,
Navy, and Black.

SKI PANTS

$1.98 and $3.98

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To BEAUTY"'is free!This little
book, especially prepared for
us by The H. W. Gossard Co.,
contains the latest in diets and

the man tailored little hat
that is coming out of
Paris to go with tailleurs,
coachman's suits and all
the other swank uniforms
girls will wear this Spring.

Wools and corduroys, warmly lined in Wine, Red, Green,
Brown, Navy, and Black. The corduroys are in very
small sizes.

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$4.98 and $6.98

Plain, plaid, striped woolens, leather, and suede. Values
formerly to $10.95. Some of the suede jackets are in
shades that may be worn for spring. All are of fine

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