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Announce Committee Guests For Assembly Ball



Seniors May Rent
Gowns' At League
Senior women may rent their caps
and gowns from the League Monday,
March 15, in the League ballroom,
according to Lois King, '37, secretary-
treasurer in charge of the rental.
The price for renting caps, gowns
and collars will be $6.60, of which
$2.75 will be refunded when the gar-
ments are returned after graduation.
Mortarboards will be sold by the
League this year for the first time.
Tickets for tne annual Senior Sup-I
per, to be held March 17, the open-
ing night of the Junior Girls Play,
in the League ballroo i, will be sold
at the same time. Janet Lambert,
'37, is in charge of the ticket sale.
Today is the last day for peti-
tioning for president, vice-presi-
dent and secretary-treaurer of
Assembly it was announced by
Mary Andrew, '37, president. In-
terviewing of all applicants will
be held from m3 to 5:30 p.m. to-
day in the Undergraduate Offices
of the League.

Players To Sign Up
Monday For Bridge
The deadline for signing up for
the duplicate bridge tournament
sponsored by the Union and open to
fraternity and independent men has
been :extended until noon Monday,
it was-announced yesterday by Jack
Thor, '38, general chairman.
Conway Magee, '39M, and. Paul
Brickley, '39, have been named to -as-
sist Thom in managing the tourna-
ment. All fraternity and indepen-
dent men may sign up at the Union
Cups will be awarded to the win-
ners of the tournament, and the
opening date of the tournament and
the matches to be played will be
posted in The Daily later in the
A similar tournament for sorority
and independent women is being
conducted by the League, and the
winners will play the winners of the
Union tourney.
There will be a practice for the
German Band of the Junior Girls
Play at 3 p.m. today in the League.
Those in the band are Carolyn Bel-
tramini, Doris Holt, Artemis Kou-
zian, -Eileen Icheldinger and Mary

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most "'Tal ked-A bout"

Grand March
To Be Omitted
For First Time
Three O'Clock Permission
Is Given Non-Affiliated
Women By Dean Lloyd
Guests of the central committee
members for the third annual As-
sembly Ball have been announced.
The dance will be held from -9 p.m. to
1 a.m. today in the League ballroom.
Janet Karlson, '38, general chair-
man, has invited E. Rollins Silfies,
'38SM, as her guest. The assistant
chairman for the ball, Miriam San-
ders, '38, will be accompanied by J.
William Burke, '37E, and Peter Ipsen,
'39E, will attend with Florence Mc-
Conkey, '38A, who is in charge of
the programs for the dance.
Janet Lambert, '37, ticket chair-
man, and Gilbert Phares, '38; Berta
Knudson, '38A, and Charles Proud-
foot, '37, are also attending the dance
together. Miss Knudson is chair-
man of the committee on decorations.
William F. Jewell, Jr., '38, will be the
guest of Virginia Krieghoff, '38, =pa-
trons chairman.
Other committee members and
their guests will be June Fleming, '38,
finance chairman, with Kenneth
Cristner of Port Huron and Helen
Douglas, '38, publicity chairman, with
Samuel Hulett, '39.
For the first time in the Assembly
Ball's history, no grand march will
be held. In it absence a group picture
will be taken at 11 p.m. in the ball-
room. Because of the limited size
of the dance floor and the unusually
large number of couples attending, it
was thought advisable by the central
committee to omit this traditional
Late permission, extending until 3
a.m., has been granted to all non-
affiliated women attending the ball
by the Dean of Women's office.
Johnny Hamp and his orchestra
will furnish the music for the dance.
Jayne Whitney is the vocalist with
the orchestra which is now on tour
in this part of the country.
Health rechecks for J.G,P. must
be in by Wednesday. There will be
a box for this purpose in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Phi Kappa Sigma announces a cor-
rection :of a Daily story yesterday.
The announcement should have read'
the pledging, instead of the initiation,
of William Clift, p38, of Flint.
Formal slippers for spring wear
are featured in brilliant and varied
colors. Many styles combine sev-
eral shades which will be practical
for use with numerous gowns.

Arts and Sciences tonight for the
best performance by an actress in Hold Initiation FOrmal
1936, for her work in "The Great SCA To Give Dance
Paul Muni was voted the award Nine dances will be held tomorrow
for the best performance by an ac- on campus. Radio-dances are stead-,
tor, for his portayal of the title role
in "The Story of Louis Pasteur." ily increasing in popularity and will
be in the majority this week-end.
Awards for the best supporting ac-beithmaotyhsweknd
tress and actorenttosu ailAn initiation formal dance will be
dergaard for her work in "Anthony held tomorrow by Alpha Kappa
derad o he or B n rLambda, according to Robert Evans,
Adverse"and to Walter Brennan for '37, social chairman. The chaperons
his performance in "Come and Get for the dance will be Prof. and Mrs.
It.' fHoward McClusky and Prof. and Mrs.
The best production was held to I Lewis Reimans.


Of the Season
All the lovely Coro-
nation and Pastel
shades of felt.

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Luise Ranier Gets
Best Actress Title
For Ziegfeld Role
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., March 4.-
(R)-Luise Rainer received the award
of the Academv of Motion Picture

Radio Dances
To Be Feature
Of Week-End
Almc h K L bdu T

have been "The Great Ziegfeld."
Frank Capra won the best direc- t
tion award for his "Mr. Deeds Goes.
to Town."
Peterson Will Speak
At Ruthven Tea Today
Mrs. Alexander Ruthven will enter-
tain the newcomers' sections of 'the
Faculty Women's Club from 3:30 to'
5 p.m. today in her home.
Mr. Enoch Peterson of the Univer-
sity Institute of Archeological Re-
search will give a short informal talk,
which he will ' illustrate with moving
pictures of the Mediterranean and
the Egyptian excavations of which'
he had charge. Mr. Peterson's talk
will be given at 3 p.m., after .which
tea will be served.
Those who will pour will be Mrs.
Henry Adams, Mrs. Eugene J. Ash,
Mrs. R. L. Garner and Miss Mary
Gleason will be hostesses. Mrs. Wil-
liam D. , Revelli is chairman of the
newcomers group of the club.
Alpha Gamma Delta announces the
initiation of Frarices Mary Anderson,
'40Ed., Jane Duus, '38, Frances Kahrs,
'40, Elaine Kohl, '40, Ruth Laing, '40,
Donna Miles, '40, Jane ReShore, '40A,
larian Shaefer, '40, and Margaret
Udell, '40.
Grammar school days are brought
to mind by the newest spring hats,
for many of them have long stream-
ers at the back. One model of navy
blue straw can make one look quite
young and ingenuous by reason of
its 4ingle wide ribbon falling from
the brim to one's shoulders.
Justin Kline, '37, spoke to the
Women's Physical Education Club on
"The Youth Hostel Movement" at 8
a.m. yesterday in the Sarah Caswell
Angell Room in Barbour Gymnasium.
The movements in Europe and
America were discussed.

Blue, Yellow


Delta Delta Delta will hold a closed
dance from 9 to midnight tomorrow,
according to Helen Mogford, '37. Prof.
and Mrs. Clifford C. Meloche and Dr.
and Mrs. Malcolm H. Soule will be
the chaperons.
Radio Dance
The Kappa Nu fraternity will hold
a closed radio dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow, according to
Morton Jacobs, '38, social chairman.
The chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
S. A. Goudsmit and Mr. and Mrs.
,S. G. Bothman.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity will
hold an open informal radio dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow,
according to Don Marti, '38, social
chairman. The chaperons will be Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Haines and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Morns.
Phi Beta Pi will hold an informal
radio dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow. Dr. and Mrs. Max Dur-
fee and Dr. and Mrs. Walter Keitzer
will be chaperons. Robert Griffith,
'39M, and Frank Forsyth, '39M, are
in charge of the dance, which will be
given for several alumni and the new
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Tau will hold an in-
formal radio-dance, tomorrow. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ronan and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heller.
Triangle will hold a radio-dance,
from 9 to midnight, tomorrow. The
chaperons will be Lieut. and Mrs.
Benjamin R. Wimer and Prof. and
Mrs. Henry L. Kohler.
A dance will be held from 9 to
midnight tomorrow, by Xi Psi Phi.
The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Kiehn, Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Seeburger and Dr. and Mrs. Wright.
The second in the series of infor-
mal dances being sponsored by the
Student Christian Association will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow at Lans Hall.
The dances are being held every
other Saturday night throughout the
semester. "They are an attempt to
afford the average student entertain-
ment at minimum cost," William
Barndt, '37, general chairman of the
dances stated yesterday.
Tickets To Go
On Sale Today
ForDental Ball

Black, Brown and






)till the e{ Campus Uniformr


Fashions come and fashions go ...
but it looks like the campus vogue
of a simple soft angora or cash-
mere sweater, a strand of pearls,
gilt beads, or brilliant pin, and a
trimly tailored skirt is one fashion
which is here to stay. It is prac-
tical and inexpensive, and :Oh, so

Tickets are now on general sale for
the third annual Odonto Ball which
will be given by the junior class of
the dental school. The dance will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 19, in the Union ballroom, ac-
cording to Allen Ruttle, general
Tickets can be purchased at the
Union desk or from members of the
central committee. The committee
includes Ruttle, Bernard Blac, chair-
man of the publicity committee,
Charles Saunders, chairman of the
ticket committee, Walter Gager,
chairman of the music committee,
Samuel Stulberg, chairman of the
patrons' committee and J. Edward
Marceau, chairman of the decora-
tions committee.
The sale of tickets is not restricted
to members of the dental school.
Tickets are priced at $2.50.
Clyde McCoy and his orchestra
will play for the dance, Walter Gager,
chairman of the music committee
announced. The orchestra has just
finished several musical shorts for
Warner Brothers and has played at
the Drake Hotel in Chicago.




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