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is' Names I assembly Ball Chairman And Her uest. I

Large Crowd
Attends Annual
Assembly Ball
Janet Karlson, Chairmian,
Wears White Flowered
Faille; Chiffon Popular'

Play, in the broad sense, which in-
cludes music, games, creative work,
or any constructive or rewarding use
of leisure time, is just as important
as sleeping or eating, stated Prof. H.
Y. McClusky, of the department of
education, guest speaker in the class

President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dear
and Mrs. J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
E. H. Kraus, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean
and Mrs. H. C. Sadler, Dean and
Mrs. W. R. Humphreys, Dean and
Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Dean and Mrs. C.
T. Olmsted.
Dean and Mrs. W.. Rea, Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Adams, Prof. and
Mrs. Albert Hyma, Prof. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Dunham, Prof. and Mrs. Bruno
Meihecke, Prof. and Mrs. P. W. Slos-
son, Prof. and Mrs. P. E. Bursley,
Prof. and Mrs. C. B. Slawson, Prof.
and Mrs. W. C. Steere
Announce Other Patrons
Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren,
Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Wells, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Colonel and Mrs. F. C.
Rogers,, Dr. W. M. Brace, Dr. and
Mrs. M. L. Durfee, Dr. and Mrs. M.
R. McGarvey, Dr. and Mrs. Karl Lit-
zenberg, Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Long,
Dr. George W. Meyer, Dr. and Mrs.
G. M. Stanley and Mrs. Martha Ray
have been asked to be patrons, and
A sell-out of tickets was announced
by Robert Mix, general chairman of
the dance.
Nobel Sissle and his Negro band
have been contracted to play for
the dance. Sissle has played in Lon-
don, Paris, Monte Carlo, New York
and Chicago, and is now making a
tour of the country.
List Committeemen
. Committeemen for the affair are
Dwight Adams, chairman of the
music committee, Herbert Sott, dec-
orations head, Janet Ladd, program
chairman, Kenneth Meyer, in charge
of finances, Matthew Rea, and Miss
Wood, co-chairman of patrons, Rob-
ert Goodyear, ticket chairman, and
Decorations for the affair will be
announced in the near future, Sott
Sammy Kaye with his NBC or-
chetstra was seleed to play for the
dance last year. More than 300
couples attended.
Womnen's Cage Teams .
To Give Dinner Tuesday
A basketball supper for members
of the six club teams participating in
the women's basketball round robin
tournament will be held at 6 p.m.
Tuesday in Barbour Gymnasium, ac-
cording to Norma Curtis, '39, wom-
en's basketball manager.
Captains of the teams invited in-
clude Margaret Brewster, Grad.,
manager of the graduate faculty
team, and Sally Connery, '40Ed., Zo-
novia Skoratko, '40, Jane Dunbar,
40, Martha Tillman, '39, and Barbara
McIntyre, '38, managers of under-
graduate women's teams.
Miss Curtis and Miss Laurie C.
Campbell, faculty adviser of the
sport, will be in charge of the supper.



Bright Flowers Furnish Theme
For New Springtime Wardrobe

Sprigs Lend Vivid Colors
To New Dresses,Belts,
Curls And Bonnets
The whole countryside will soon be
turning into a huge bouquet as spring
brings forth flowers of all different
colors, shapes, and scents. But be-
fore the little tendrils even begin to
peek cut of the earth, flowers will be
in full bloom on the new spring
wardrobes. Dame Fashion just
couldn't keep from copying Mother
Nature and getting her own stocI4 of
blossoms out first.
In the wardrobe garden are
bunches of red Mexican poppies
tucked in the belt of a black after-
noon dress. The flowers make a vivid
splash of color against their dark
background with a touch of green
also coming from the long slender
stems. On another dress a huge
yellow chrysanthemum beams proud-
ly from a whole field of printed min-
iature chrysanthemums.
Field Flowers Popular
Bouquets of gay field ilowers add'
a quaint and dainty touch to the
spring frocks. White violets are also
used. One cress had the iittte vio-.
lets in narrow rows that formed. a
sort of hedge around the edges of the
dark blue material. Pink arbutus
find their proper places in little
nosegays on the front of collars.
Other posies in Fashion's Primrose
Path are red cabbage roses, lillies-of-
Music Groups Combine
To Give April Concert
A joint concert of the University
Glee Club, the University High
School Band and Orchestra, the
School of Music harp, and string and
wind ensembles, will be given at the
end of April to raise money for the
high school band, Mr. Clyde Vroman,
head of the music department of the
University High School, announced.
This concert will be held in the
high school auditorium. Tickets,.
priced at $1, will go on sale in the
near future.

the valley, daisies and geraniums.
Nestled in among curls are to be
found little clusters of apple-blos-
som, or a tiara of tiny pink rosebuds.
Crownless hats are also being made
that show just a wreath of flowers.
One new Easter bonnet is a barnt
yellow pill-box with a red wool band
which, with the help of a florist's pin,
holds in a bunch of field flowers.
Another hat is made in the style of
a toque with blue grosgrain material..
For decoration it has chosen the Swiss
flower, edelweiss.
Rhinestoie Pins Used
Flowers are also appearing in the
disguise of pins with rhinestone sets
that gleam out from the lapel of your
tailored suit. The little daisy pins
have a quivering center and enameled
stems, and the tiny periwinkles have
fluttering hearts.
Madame Fashion has done an ex-
cellent job of landscaping with her'
flowers. They are in full bloom a
any of the dress shops. And if you
want to be a May Queen you had
better step in and buy yourself at
least one posy out of the magnificent
floral array.
Glee Club To Broadcast
On Station WJR
The University Girls' Glee Club will
broadcast at 5:30 p.m., today over
Station WJR, according to Evelyn
Lindegren, '38, assistant publicity
The program for -the broadcast,
which will originate in the Univer-
sity Broadcasting Studio, will include
Bach's "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring,"
Victor Herbert's "Italian Street
Song," "Lullaby," by H. Walford Da-
vies from "Midsummer Night's
Dream," and "Rantin' Ravin' Robin,"
a Scotch air by Deems Taylor. Mari
Jane Denne, '38SM, will sing the solo
part in "Italian Street Song."
203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
Flowers for All Occasions

The second and third floors of the of recreational leadership yesterday
League were open to more than 380 afternoon.
couples who attended the third an- The range of latent, unrealized po-
nual Assembly Ball held from 9 p.m. tentialities in the human race is very
to 1 a.m. yesterday in the League ; great, Professor McClusky went on
Ballroom. to say. We are capable of a large
Janet Karlson, '38, general chair- range of activities and we only oper-
man, chose white faille for the oc- ate in a small range. Therefore we
casion. The dress had printed flow- must supplant this small range with
ers of maroon and blue and was other activities in the form of recrea-
gathered in the back with four pleats. tion, he stated.
E. Rollin Silfies, '385M, was the guest Approaching the subject of recrea-
of Miss Karlson. Miriam Sanders, tion from the psychological view-
'38, accompanied by J. William Burke, point, Professor McClusky said that
'37E, wore paper taffeta with a royal we should have harmless and crea-
blue baclground for the flowered tive safety valves to let off the steam
print. Miss Sanders was the assis- The ordinary trend of life needs the
tant chairman. resilience of a new ingredient.
Chiffon and Tasffeta Combined One of the most significant things
June Fleming, '38, appeared in in psychology is that in play people
green chiffon which featured a full reveal themselves more than at any
skirt banded with taffeta. Rhine-
stone clips were worn at the throat.
Kenneth Cristner. of Port Huron at-
tended the ball with Miss Flemine,
who was in charge of finances for thep ll
d'an~ews rsca'im'iarnhSpecial Shc
dance. The ticket chairman, Janet
Lambert, '37, was seen in white net
with gold accents. Gilbert Phares,
'38, was her guest.
William F. Jewell, Jr., '38, was the
guest of Virginia Krieghoff, '38, pa-
trons chairman. Maroon taffeta, fea-
Luring rhinestone straps, was chosen
by Miss Krieghoff. Florence McCon-
key, '38A, attended the Ball in a blue
satin gown with a rust redingote of
net. Miss McConkey, in charge of
the programs for the ball, was ac-
companied by Peter Ipsen, '39E.
Another committee member, Berta
Knudson, '38A, chairman of decora
tions, had Charles Proudfoot, '37, as
her guest. A figured turquoise blue
sheer was her choice for the occa- Now, you can enrich you
sion. Wide chiffon streamers dis-
tinguished the gown. with those charming, ex
White Organza Worn looking pieces of needlepo
Mary Andrew, '37, president of As- you've admired for years.
sembly, with Thomas Ayres, '37, pe alie Duriyes
wore white organza and Helen Jes- pieces alike. Duplicates
person, '38, secretary of Assembly, obtained.
with Paul Engle, '40M, chose black
satin with a full skirt. The vice-
president of Assembly, Mary Ellen FREE
Heitsch, '37, appeared in blue taf-
feta. Arthur Wragby of Birmingham I NST RUCT I0
was her guest.
Gold satin was worn by Angel Mal- This collection of more th
iszewski, '38, a member of the Judi- individual pieces is presen
ciary Council. Frederick Oynton, t days oiy by crese
'38E, attended with Miss Maliswew- three days only by courtesy
ski. Frances Carney, '37, editor of of the oldest importers of
Contemporary, was accompanied by point in America.
George Schmidt, '37L. Miss Carney
chose flame colored chiffon with a Second Floor
low V neckline. Margaret Ferries,
'38, wore printed crepe trimmed with
blue velvet straps.



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Nean, who in philosophers terru incurably religious, needs worship.

Masonic Temple, at 327 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. W. P. Lemon, Minister
Miss Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant.
10:45 a.m.-"For Married and Unmarried"
Fourth of series on "Letters on Life"
Sermon by the Minister
Student choir and double quartette.
5:30 p.m. - Westminster Guild, student
group, supper and social hour followed by
the meeting at 6:30.
Subject: "Is There an International Mor-
Speaker: Dr. W. P. Lemon.
South Fourth Avenue, near Packard
Rev. T. R. Schmale, Pastor
9:30 a.m. - Sunday School. Classes for all
age groups.
10:30 a.m. - Morning Worship
Sermon topic: God's People -Who are
7:00 p.m.--Youth League.
Herbert Schmale will act as leader.
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.-Midweek Lenten
Service: The Voice From the Cross.
5. "I Thirst."

Oakland, and East University.
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director.
Sunday School -10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m. - Dr. Heller's Class. Jewish com-
mentaries to the Bible.
2:30 p.m.-Pop Concert.
8:00 p.m.-Open House.
(Missouri Synod)
Cor. Third and Liberty Streets
Carl A. Bauer, Minister
10:45 a.m.-Sermon,
409 South Division
Reading Room, 206 East Liberty
- Services Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Corner State and Washington Streets
Rev. Charles W. Brashares, Minister
9:45 a.m. -Student Class led by Dr. G. E.
Carrothers. Stalker Hall
10:30 a.m.-Fifteen minutes of worship,
through music and meditation. Mr. Archi-
bald Taliaferro at the console.



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