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SUNDAY, MARCh , T IIE MCII GA1N DALY
Engineers To Hold Ninth Slide Rule Dance Friday, April 1,

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Chairmanships
Of Annual Ball
Are Announced
General Chairman To Be
Sydney Steinborn, '38;
Committees Appointed
Slide Rule Dance, ninth' annual
ball to be given by the College of
Engineering, will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m., Friday, April 1 in the.
Union Ballroom.
General chairman of the ball will
be Sidney Steinborn, '18E. Others
on the central committee will be
Walton Rodger, '39E and Richard
Tarbell, '39E, who will be in charge
of the publicity committee. Chair-
man of the program committee will
be Alfred Waldchen, '38E.
Decorations Committee
Fred Smith, '38E, has been made
chairman of the decorations com-
mittee. Assisting him will be Ernest
Tanzier, '38E, Roger Frazier, '38E and
Robert Young, '38E.
Irving Brown, '39E, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the patrons
committee and James Eckhouse, '38E,
will be in charge of the finance com-
mittee. FlQor chairman will be John
Elsner, '39E.
- Open Ticket Sale
The orchestra for the dance will
ae announced at a later date as will
the ticket sale, Steinborn stated. The
ticket sale will be open to the entire
campus..
Red Norvo and his orchestra, with
Mildred Bailey, vocalist, plhyed for
the dance last year.
Name Debaters
For Ohio State
Debaters To Be Honored
Later At League Dinner
Norma Fisher and Ruby K. Zurcher
are the two women students from
Ohio State University who will debate
against the representatives, from this
university at 4 p.m. Thursday in the
League Ballroom.
Miss Fisher, a junior, and Miss
Zurcher, a sophomore, wili take the
negative side of the question against.
Barbara Bradfield, '38, and Betty
Jane Mansfield, '39, on the issue:
Resolved: That the Several States
Should Enact A Uniform Marriage
Law."
Following the debate, a dinner at
the League will- be held in honor of
the debaters. Marian Gommesen, '38,
is to be in charge.
Barbara McIntyre, '38, has been
made chairman of' the patrons com-
mittee for the debate. Other commit-.
tee members include Helen Jean
Dean, '39, and Barbara Paterson, '39,
co-chairmen; Mabel Allison, '38,
Margaret Ann Ayers, '38, Betty Gat-
ward, '38, Helen Jesperson, '38, An-
gelene Maliszewski, '38, Elizabeth
Notley, '39, Harriet Pomeroy, '39,
Harriet Shackleton, '38 and Lillian
Tolhurst, '38.
Miss Olive Lockwood of the speech
department is the adviser to the
team from this University.
TRAIN RUNS TO LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES, March 5.-()-
For the first time since last Wednes-
day, passengers were able to reach
Los Angeles by train today.

Assembly Ball And Stage Door'
To Be Highlights Of This Week

By SUZANNE POTTER
The second week in March brings
to University circles the last basket-
ball game of the season, the big
dance of the year for independent
women - Assembly Ball, and Play
Production's 1 a t e s t masterpiece,
"Stage Door."
The Little Symphony Orchestra,
made up of 14 assistants and ad-
vanced students in the school of mu-
sic, will present a concert at 8 p.m.
today in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Room of the League. Thor Johnson
will conduct, and the soloists will be
Alice Manderbach, harpsichordist
and Andrew Ponder, violinist. There
will be no admission charge.
Films to Be Shown
At 4:15 p.m. tomorrow motion pic-
tures about Wyoming will be shown
in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The films will emphasize the senic
and recreational fascinations of the
state.
Michigan ends her '37-'38 basket-
ball season with the Northwestern
game here tomorrow night in which
Indiana's gift to the hardwood, Capt.
Jake Townsend, plays his final game.,
The Intramural swimming meet
for women takes place at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Union pool. Publicity
note: no admission charge. A series
of lectures on Economic Histoiy by
Prof. Eli Heckscher, President of Ec-
onomic Institute of Sweden begins
on Tuesday. His first talk) entitled,
"Some* Post-War Economic Tenden-
cies" will be given at 4:15 p.m. in
the Natural Science Auditorium. The
( other two topics in this series spon-
sored by the economic and history
departments will be "Mercantilism:
Practice and Theory," and "The Ec-
onomic History of Sweden."
Play Leads Named
"Stage Door" under the direction of
Valentine Windt, opens at the Men-
/delssohn Theatre Wednesday night.
Miriam Brous, '38, Ellen Rothblatt,
'39, Edward Juris, '38 and Morlye
Baer, Grad., play the leads in the'
play. Play Production is giving the
original stage presentation, which-is
not to be confused with the typically
W.A.A. SCHEDULE
Badminton: First round of wom-,
en's doubles tournament this week,
7:15 to 9:15 p.m. tomorrow and
Tuesday. Badminton Club: 7:15
to 9:15 p.m. Wednesday, 4:30 to
5:30 p.m. Friday, Barbour Gym.
Basketball: Club basketball:
Louise Barr vs. Helen Wolf, 4:30
p.m. Tuesday; Irene Sabo vs. Sally
Connery, 5:10 p.m. Tuesday; Jane
Dunbar vs. Irene Sabo, 4:30 p.m.
Thursday; Louise Barr vs. Gene
McCoy, Marian Marsh vs. Helen
Wolf, 5:10 p.m. Thursday, Bar-
bour Gynnasium.
Bdwling: 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9
p.m. tomorrow through Friday, 3
to 5 p.m. Saturday, W.A.A. build-
ing.
" Riding: Crop and Saddle Ride at
5 p.m. Thursday, weather per-
mitting.
Rifle: 4 to 6 p.m. Monday and
Friday, W.A.A. Building.

Hollywood-ized movie version of the
same. "Stage Door" continues
through Saturday.
At 4 p.m. Thursday in the League,
another League-sponsored debate will
take place. The question : "Resolved:
That the Several States Should Enact
A Uniform Marriage Law." Uphold-
ing the affirmative side for Michigan
will be Barbara Bradfield, '38, andt
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, while op-
posing will be two women from Ohio 1
State University.}
Carnations To Be Sold
Friday night is the Assembly Ball'
in the League Ballroom. Barney
Rapp and his New Englanders, with
vocalist Ruby Wright, will provideIl
the necessary swing.Senior Society
is selling carnations to the women,7
who will in turn present them as bou-
tonnieres tb their dates. After-dance
breakfasts are being planned.
Saturday night the University
meets the Chatham Athletic Club in
a hockey game at the Coliseum.
To File Names
For 3 Awards
Scholarship Petitioning
Will OpenTomorrow
Petitioning for the three Ethel
McCormick scholarships will be held
tomorrow through Friday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League, ac-
cording to Angelene Maliszewski, '38,
chairman of Judiciary Council.
"These scholarships are open to
sophomore and junior women who
'have participated in extra-curricular
activities and who have maintained
a. high scholastic average," Miss
Maliszewski said.
Petition blanks will be in the Un-
dergraduate Office and there will be
a box there in which to deposit them.
The Executive Board of the League
Undergraduate Council will inter-
view those who have petitioned, Miss
Maliszewski announced. The date of
the interviewing is to be announced
later.
The members of the Executive
Board are Hope Hartwig, '38, presi-
dent of the League; Jean McConkey,
'38, vice-president; Janet Allington,
'38, secretary; Margaret Ann Ayers,
'38, treasurer and Miss Maliszewski.

Fourth Supper
Of New Series
Is March 133
Edward Wetter Appointed.
General Chairman; Betty1
Meyers To Assist Him
The fourth in the serie: of Sun-l
day Night Suppers sponsored by Con-E
gress and the League House Repre-
sentatives will be held at 6 p.m. Sun-1
day, March 13, in the League Ball-
room.
Edward Wetter, '39, of Congress is
general chairman of the supper and
Betty Meyers, '40, will be his assist-
ant. Other members of the central
committee working under Wetter and
Miss Meyers are William Rockwell,
1'41, chairman of the entertainment
committee; Marvin Reider, '39, chair-
man of the forum; Betty Notley, '39,
chairman of the ticket committee;
June Pollan, '39, chairman of the re-
freshment committee and Phil West-
brook, '40, chairman of the publicity
committee.
Forum To Be Held
There will be special entertainment
during the supper and group singing
and games afterward. A forum dis-
cussion will also be held after the
supper, the subject of which will be
announced later, Wetter said. Tables
will be set up around the sides of the
ballroom.
Members of the Forestry Club are
especially invited but all the campus
is urged to come, according to Wet-
ter.
t Students To Come Stag
The purpose of these Sunday Night
Suppers is to help get students ac-
quainted with each other and all stu-
dents are encouraged to come stag.
Tickets are priced at. 35 cents and
are obtainable from all League
House Representatives and Congress
district officers. Supper will be buf
fet style and will be served until 8:36
p.m.
J.G.P. RED SHIRTS CHORUS
The Red Shirts chorus for J.G.P.
will rehearse at 3 p.m. Monday in
the League. The Guards will re-
hearse at 4:15 p.m. and the Inn Dan-
cers at 5 p.m., Monday at the W.A.A.1
Attendance is compulsory.

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1PIedges Initiated Graduates Will Go Today Dance To Be Given
To Gamma Phi Beta To Saline Valley Farms By Faculty Women
The Graduate Outing Club will__
Gamma Phi Beta announces the journey to the Saline Valley Farms The Faculty Women's Club will
itiation of the following: Mary, today. They will leave Lane Hall at give a Faculty-Alumnae dance, next
elen Davis, '41 of Ann Arbor; Mary 3 p.m., according to Robert Du Bey, to the last in a series of monthly
enderson, '41 of Ann Arbor; Bar- president of the Club. dances, Tuesday from 9:30 to 12:30
ara Griffin, =40 of Oyster Bay, New During the afternoon the members I The dance will be preceded by a
brk; Virginia Lee Hardy, '41 of I will go hiking and skating, weather number of subscription dinners,

Midland; Barbara Newton, '41 of permitting. There will be refresh-
Pontiac; Dorothea Ortmayer, '41 of ments served in the evening about 6
Milwaukee; Helen Rigterink, '41 of p.m. and afterward the members will
Detroit; Emilie Turnbull, '41 of Dear- gather around the fire and sing folk-
born; Margaret Walsh, '41 of Evans- songs. The evening meeting will take
ton, Ill.; Sally Lou Weidlein, '41 of place in the Youth Hostelry at Sa-
Cleveland. line Valley Farms.

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