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THE AMICHiGAN DAII PtYE~

hird Odonto Ball To Be Held March 19 At Union

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League Board
Petitioning Set
For Tomorrow
Three Positions Open;
Student Interview To Be
Held March 5
Petitioning for offices on the As-
sembly board will be held tomorrow
through Friday inclusive in the Un-
dergraduate Offices of the League,
Mary Andrew, '37, president of As-
sembly, announced yesterday.
The 'positions open for petitioning
are president, vice-president and
secretary-treasurer, Miss Andrew
said.
Interviewing of all women who
have petitioned will be held from 3
p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, March 5, in the
Council Room of the Undergraduate
Offices, Miss Andrew said. All ap-
plicants must be interviewed, accord-
ing to Miss Andrew.
Non-affiliated women with one
grade of B or A and no mark below
a C may petition for the three major
positions, Miss Andrew said.
Assembly is the official organiza-
tion for non-affiliated women on
campus. The dormitories and all
league houses have representatives
who attend the regular meetings of
the board. The organization is sim-
ilar to the Panhellenic Association
for sorority women, Miss Andrew
said.
Sale Of Frosh
Frolic Icets
Starts Monday
The tickets for Frosh Frolic, to be
held Friday, March 12, will go on
sale tomorrow at the Union Desk,
Robert Mix, '40, general chairman,
announced yesterday.
The tickets can be obtained from
2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. The
sale will last through Wednesday,
March 3 and will be open to fresh-
man only. Those buying are limited
to one ticket and must present their
identification cards at the time of
purchase.
As there will only be 325 tickets,
Mix advises all freshmen to buy them
as early as possible. The price per
couple will be $2.50.
List Faculty Wives
To Pour At Union
The faculty wives selected to pour
at the Union coffee hours this week
were announced yesterday by Fred-
erick Geib, '38, chairman.
Mrs. Preston W. Slosson will pour
tomorrow and Mrs. Earl C. O'Roke'
Tuesday. Mrs. George M. McCon-
key, Mrs. Walter B. Rea and Mrs.
Burton D. Thuma will officiate .Wed-
nesday, Thursday and Friday re-
spectively.
Coffee, hot chocolate and cookies
are served from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. daily in the small ballroom of
the Union.
These coffee hours were started
this year and have been well at-
tended. They are part of the plan
the Union is starting to foster good-
will and friendship between faculty
and students. The Sunday buffet
suppers are also a part of this plan.
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae
To Hold Musical At Union
Alumnae of Mu Phi Epsilon, na-
tional honor music sorority, will hold
a dinner and musical at 6:30 p.m.

tomorrow in the Crofoot Room of the
Union.
Those participating in the musical
are Mrs. John S. Worley and Mrs.
A. C. Case, pianists and Mrs. Helen
Dunlap, contralto.

League To Preseiti
Detroit Style Show
All women interested are invited to
attend the style show to be spon-
sored by a Detroit shop, which will
be given at 3:30 p.n Thursday at the
League, according to Harriet Heath,
'37, chairman of the social committee.
Several undergraduate women and
professional models will model all
varieties of spring clothes. The en-
ire second floor of the League is to
be used and tables will be set up on
which tea will be served if desired.
Reservations for tables are 25 cents
each and should be made as soon as
possible at Mrs. Twila Clark's office
at the League.
Stanley Chorus will sing before the
modeling begins and Charley Zwick's
orchestra is to play during the show.
Michigan Club
To Hear Talk
By Journalist
The women's branch of the Mich-
igan Club will present a talk by Miss
Helen Bower on "Adventures in In-
terviewing" at their meeting to be
held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
All women students interested in
journalism are invited to hear Miss
Bower's talk as well as attend the
subscription dinner which will pre-
cede the meeting. Reservations for
the dinner may be made at the of-
fice of Mrs. Albert Loring Clark, Jr.,
League house director, until Wedne-
day morning. Tickets for the dinner
are priced at 75 cents.
Miss Bower, who is a member of the
editorial staff of the Detroit Free
Press, is a member of the Alumnae
Council. She will be introduced by
Mrs. Irene B. Johnson, president of
the club. Members of the board who
will serve as hostesses, are Mrs. Fred-
erick Arnold, Mrs. Alfred O. Lee, Mrs.
Evans Holbrook, Mrs. Harold Tros-
per, Mrs. Carl Dahlstrom, Mrs. James
F. Breakey, Mrs. S. Beach Conger
and Mrs. William C. Walz.
WomanStudent
Group Initiated
Into Kappa Phi
Annual Banquet At League
Follows Ceremony Held
At Methodist Church
Thirty-one students were initiated
into Kappa Phi, Methodist college
women's organization, yesterday at
the First Methodist church. Pledg-
ing took place at 3:15 p.m. and was
followed by initiation at 4 p.m. The
annual banquet. at the Grand Rap-
ids room of the Michigan League
followed the ceremonies. 115 mem-
bers and guests were present.
Those who initiated include Eileen
Ashby, '40; Eileen Crandall, '4Ed;
Alice Curtis, '37D; Ellen Cuthbert,
'39; Virginia DeLong, '39; Blanche
Finkbeiner, '38; Ruth Greiner, '40;
Frances Mubbs, '40; Norene Jadwin,
'40; Louise Mars, '38; Elizabeth
Reed, '40; Frances Roseboom, '40;
Katherine Schultz, '40; Barbara
Summers, '40; Hilda Van Tuyl, '40.
Muriel Bremer, '39Ed, Virginia
Evans, '37, Bernice Page, '39, Agatha
Fegert, '37, Verna Franklin, '40,
Margaret Goodrich, SpecEd, Jose-
phine Kift, '40, Agnes Lloyd, SpecEd,
Jean McCutcheon, '40, Helen Lou
Mosher, '40, Hilda Otis, '40, Josie-
phyne Pierce, '40, Mary Louise
Quaife, '38, Marion Ranger, '38, Mary
Jean Sanford, '40, and Edna Wies-
ner, '39.

After the reception the sorority
joined the Wesleyan Guild in a re-
ception held in honor of Dr. and
Mrs. Bollinger. Dr. Bollinger is the
national director of Wesleyan foun-
dations

5th In Series Of
Ruthven Teas
To Be March 3
Special Invitations Issued
To 7 Chapter Houses,
Mosher Hall, Zone III
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
receive Michigan students on Wed-
nesday, March 3 in the next of the
series of Ruthven undergraduate
teas.
To be honored as special guests
Wednesday will be Mosher Hall,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta,
and Zone III, as announced by Betty
Gatward, '38, who is the member of
the League social committee in
charge of Ruthven teas. The fra-
ternities to be invited are Sigma
Chi, Theta Chi, Theta Xi, Kappa
Nu, and Kappa Delta Rho. All stu-
dents of the University, however, are
invited to attend.
This is the fifth of this year's stu-
dent teas and the first one to be held
after examinations. As is customary,
the Ruthven home will be open from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Of particular in-
terest to the students who have at-
tended the recent teas Miss Gatward
said, have been the, collections of
Egyptian and Oriental art treasurers
and pottery to which President and
Mrs. Ruthven have devoted an entire
room.
The list of those who will have
been requested to pour will be an-
nounced later, according to Miss
Gatward, adding that usually four
people preside during the afternoon.
Supreme Court
To Be Subject
Of R..Aigler
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler of the Law
School will give an informal talk on
the Supreme Court at the third grad-
uate luncheon of this semester at
noon Wednesday in the Russian Tea
Room of the League.
Professor Aigler was originally
scheduled to talk on this subject at
the last graduate luncheon, but was
unable to appear because of illness.
He will discuss the history of the Su-
preme Court, the effect of the recent-
ly-passed Sumners Bill on the power
of the Court, judicial review and
President Roosevelt's suggestions in
regard torchanging the number of
Supreme Court justices.
These weekly luncheons are di-
rected by Miss Jeanette Perry, and
are open to all graduate students in-
terested. Those attending may pur-
chase their luncheons in the cafeteria
and carry them across the hall to the
Tea Room.
Dames To Hold Annual
Style Show At League
The annual style show of the
Michigan D a m e s' Homemaking
Group will be held at 8 p.m. Tues-
day in the Grand Rapids Room of
the League.
The theme for the style show will
be the coronation in London, and
,the models are now at the Grand
Hotel in London, according to Mrs.
H. M. Krueger, general chairman of
the affair.

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