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1" SIDAY, MARCH1 9, 1938

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Clyde Lucas To Play For Third Annual Capitalist rall On Ma

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Bu si nes s Adm i nistration
School's Dance Will Be
Held In Union Ballroom
General Ticket Sale
Begins Tomorrow
Clyde Lucas and his "California
Dons" have been contracted to play
for the third annual Capitalist Ball
to be held March 25 in the Union
Ballroom, William Shaw, '39BAd.,
publicity chairman announced yester-
day,
Tickets priced at two dollars per
coupfe will go on sale tomorrow morn-
ing at the Union and Wahr's and Ul-
rich's book stores. The sale is open
to all students on campus, according
to Chester Shelly, '39BAd, and James
McCollum, '39BAd, co-chairmen.
Several changes have been made in
the central committee which was an-#
nounced recently: Paul Simpson, '39-I
BAd., is now on the floor committee
and Hugh Hayward, '39BAd, on
tickets.
Clyde Lucas and his band have
played at the Morrison and Edge-
water Beach Hotels in Chicago, Ill.,
the Book-Cadillac in Detroit, the
Netherland Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati,
0., and, the Hotel New Yorker and
the French Casino in New York City.
The orchestra has appeared in mo-
tion pictures, notably "Grand Hotel,"
and has played over the radio. Its
university engagements include sev-
eral eastern schools and Northwestern
University.
Debate Names!{
DueBv MondaV

AnnulSeniorSper To Be Held March 23
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F aculty Dance Is Attended ceded by six subscription
Couplesties.
By One Hundred Couples Prof. and Mrs. Chester
More than 100 couples attended the entertained a party o
Faculty Dance, which was held from Schoepfle wore black v
9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. yesterday in Walter A. Reichart, ano
the Union ballroom.. The dance, next hostess, was dressed in ds
to the last of the. season, was pre- vet,

Sdinner par-
S. Schoepfle
f 12. Mrs.
velvet. Mrs.
other dinner
ark blue vel-

J.G.P. Began
As Stunt Night
34, Years Ago
By VIRGINIA VOORHEES
Exactly 34 years ago this month
half a dozen women of the junior
class presented in Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall ( exclusively for the enter-
tainment of the seniors, a simple
playlet consisting, more or less, of a
number of take-offs on prominent
members of the senior class.
The activity retained pretty much
its character of an amateur even-
ing's entertainment until 1912 when
there was a second performance open
to all campus women. During these
eight years it had tended to loose the
personal element and to become a
musical comedy, due largely to the
inspiration it received from the first:
Michigan Opera, "Michiganda," givenI
in 1907.J
"Realm of Dreams," a fantasy writ-
ten by Marjorie Nicholson in 1913
and directed by Prof. Herbert Ken-
yon, was accompanied by an orches-
tra conducted by Earl V. Moore, then
a student, who is now Musical Direc-
tor of the University.
Tux Replaces Bloomer
The first, and longest, trip taken
by the play was made in 1915 by the
cast of "The Comeback," when it gave
a performance in Toledo. It was in
this year, too, that the male lead of

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First Chance To Wear a
Cap d Gown's" Wins Contest

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Banquet Is Open
To Every Senior
Senior Supper, the first event for}
I which senior women wear their caps'
and gowns, will be held at 6:15 p.m.
Wednesday, March 23, in the League
Ballroom. Senior women from every
sch ol in the University will attend.
General chairman for the affair is
Hobe Hartwig. Assisting her is: Mar-
garet Ferries, chairman of ticket com-
nittee; Joanne Kimmel, in charge of
arrangements; Margaret Ann Ayers,
in charge of caps and gowns; Har-
riet Shackleton, head of the entev-
tainment committee; and Nancy
Kover, in charge of the patrons com-
mittee.
ICaps and gowns will go on sale,t
ponday, March 21, in the League
Ballroom, and tickets for the affair
will be sold at the same time. Tickets
for the supper will also be used for
admission to J.G.P., which is present-
ed traditionally after the supper in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Members of Mortar Board, SeniorI
Society and the central committee ofI
J.G.P. will be specially honored at
the supper and at the play. A song to
the juniors and last year's J.G.P. hit
'tune will be sung at the supper and
in the theatre. Miss Hartwig will also
address the group.

At Union Pool

(2ne APAated aw Yo 9? fl a A eatzu

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Kappa.
Ties
With

Alpha Theta Team
For Second Place
Delta Ganina

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Martha Cook swimming team cap-
Lured first place, with a total of 17
points, in the Intramural women's
meet held yesterday at the Union
pool.
Delta Gamma and Kappa Alpha
Theta tied for second place in the
meet with total points amouliting to
15. Kappa Kappa Gamma swimmers
were awarded third place for P, total
of 14 points.
Amy Davidson Wins Twice
Winner of the 40-yard back stroke
event was Amy Davidson, '41, in :32.4,
Mary Redden, Ed., took second place.
Sally Kenney, '38Ed, won the 40-yard
breast stroke with a timing of , 33
seconds, and Bell Calkins, '41, wasE
awarded second place in the event.
Clara Lenfestey, '41A, won the 40-
yard free style race, time :27.0, and
Jean King, '39, came in second. Win-
ner of the 25-yard side stroke was
Jean McConkey, '38A :19.3, and
Anna Martin, '39, took second place.I
The 25 yard back stroke event was
won by Amy Davidson, '41, :18.4.
Miss Martin was awarded second

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FLOWER PASTELS and
SMART VIVID SHADES
SIZES 32 to 38

A classic llamora or angora with pert short sleeves and
simple neckline which can be varied with accessories.
One of those "little girlish" angora sweaters with crisp
white tailored collar and cuffs.
A simply-tailored slipon in a fancy lace ribbed weave and
short-short sleeves.
A little wool wide ribbed zephyr sweater that has a high
square neckline and multi-color braided raffia belt.

- - - - - - - -,tne pay was graduated irom ioom- IUIplace.
smJGP Health Cards Eleven Teams Participate
ers to a real tuxedo make by a tailor. l He thTefloigyateJ.Pen
Social Commitee To Get The following year the J.G.P., en- Miss Lenfesty won the 25-yard
titled "Yankie Yogi," was taken to BeTody free style race, time :18.4, and Fran-
Names From Sororities Detroit where it was first opened to ces Gaar. 41, was second in the
the public. It was still, however, All health rechecks of women par- event. Winners of the 25-yard breast
The names of the 64 women who closed to men in Ann Arbor. ticipating in the 1938 Junior Girls stroke were Katherine Johnston, '38,
are to debate in the intramural con- University men were first permit- Play have to be in by 6 p.m. today, :17.9, and Sally Kennedy, '38 Ed.,
test must be handed in to debate ted to glimpse the work of their fem- Jean Holand assistant chairman, 1.2
committee representatives by Mon- nine classmates in 1923, for in this - announced yesray Katherine Johnston, '38, took first
day, according to Helen Jean Dean, year J.G.P. was opened to the public For stroling along the Diagonal Al members of the Inn scene, honors in the diving contest with a
'39, and Barbara Paterson, '39, co- in Ann Arbor. Then, also, the place in the Spring, the latest thing in which includes the Inn dancers, Inn total of 16.6 points.
chairman of the committee. of the performance was moved to the sportswear is the shoulder-strap singers and Aspasias Girls, should Adelaide Mason, '40, won second
Members of the League social com-' Whitney Theatre. I skirt, a recent fashion innovation. report at 7:15 p.m. today at the place for a total of 15 points. Delta
mittee headed by Betty Gatward, '38, By this time the affair had become Laboratory Theatre. Gamma swimming team placed first
are to get the names of each sorority an elaborate show with a week's rur, d d d -Aesmembersrofote utum e Coksntfestyecndwith Martha
team. The sororities will each. be although the opening night was for dones ad since then a pe o mitee should report for dut n th Cook's team winning second.
represented by one two-women team. seniors only in the old traditiones hae the a en ewrn room of the League in the Sixty-five women comprising 11
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, will col- seir'nyi h l rdto. dlsh har.Teehv enfe hours. eams took part in the swimming
Betthe listaf namsfrom Mw oh Junior Woman Directs somewhat simplified, the trend taking The Inn Singers will meet at 5 memt
lect the list of names from Mosher For the first and only tinie in the a turn toward a less elaborate and p.m. today at the League. The music meet.
and Jordan Halls. They will each history of J.G.P. the 1927 play was less expensive production. committee will meet. at 1 p.m. today.
have two teams. Adelia Cheever directed by a member of the junior Last yer's "A Feather in Her Cap," The properties committee will meet TICKETS FOR ENGINEERS
House, Alumnae House, Betsy Bar- I class, Phyllis Loughton. while in no wise a professional show, at 4 p.m. and the tickets committee Tickets for Slide Rule Dance will be
bour House, Helen Newberry Resi- With the completion in 1930 of the was enthusiastically acclaimed as will meet at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow. A available to members of the Engineer-
dence and Martha Cook Building are League, toward the construction of having started JG.P. on its way "up" meeting of the publicity committee ing School only for the first few
each to have one team, and the which had gone J.G.P. receipts since once again. will be held at 5 p.m. tomorrow. cays.

$2.95

to $6.50

DOWNTOWN and on the CAMPUS

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niamnes 0ofbthe womien from tIe 1922, the Whitney Theatre was aban-
houses who wish to participate should'
be handed in to the house president,
Miss Dean explained.
The league house group and the RUt ens H old
Ann Arbor Independents are to haveOd
four teams and one, respectively. 8th Tea T d
The subject for all the debates will
be announced Saturday, Miss Pater-
son said. Suggestions for the subject Five Faculty Members A I
should be handed in by 4 p.m. to-
morrow. Ten Groups Invited

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Tickets For Odonto Go.
On General Sale Today
Tickets for Odonto Ball, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, MarchC
18, in the Union Ballroom, will go on
general sale immediately, announced
Mark Coggan, '39D, chairman of the
ticket committee. There are 150 re-
maining, he said.
The tickets are available at thel
Union desk or may be purchased from
Dental School students. This change
in time of sale has been made to al-
low more time for the sale of the
tickets.
MAYBE PICTURES, TOO
Sphinx will meet at noon today in
the Union. Prof. Arthur Van Deuren
of the German department will speak
in English on a topic of current in-
terest. All members are urged to at-
tend.
YOU OUGHT TO SEE
MY MARKS SINCE
DAD GAVE ME A
ROYAL
PO RTA BLE!

President and Mrs. Ruthven will
open their home to students and fac-
ulty members in the eighth of the
series of Ruthven Teas, to be held
from 4 to 6 p.m. today.
C Invited to attend are: Collegiate
Sorosis, Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha,
Alpha Gamma Delta, and Gamma
Phi Beta, Psi Upsilon, Phi Kappa Psi,
Zeta Beta Tau, Allen Rumsey Dormi-
tory and Zone 1 of league houses.
Faculty members who will be pres-
ent are: Dean Henry C. Anderson of
the College of Engineering, Hardin
Van Deursen of the School of Music,
Charles E. Koella of the French de-
partment, Ross T. Bittinger of the
College of Architecture and Prof.
Paul Cuncannon of the political sci-
ence department. Mrs. Van Deur-'
sen, Mrs. Bittinger and Mrs. Koella
will pour.

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"Miss
is here to
see you.
MISS LUCILE GREPP
will be here Wednesday, to
teh you what "Barbizon"
styles, size and colors are best
for you. Even if you're a con-
firmed "Barbizon" booster,
you'll enjoy learning about
these lovely slips, gowns, pa-
jamas, panties and chemises.

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STAT I ON-TO-STATI ON

RATES

No need to have that lonesome, far-away feeling
when the telephone will bring you the voices of the folks
back home and carry yours to them. There are reduced
long distance rates after 7 at night and all day Sunday.
Note the list of rates shown here. For rates to
other points, see Page 6 of the telephone directory,
or Dial 110.

ANN ARBOR to:

Day
except
Sunday

Nigif
and
Sunday

BIG RAPIDS-.-........$ .85
COLDWATER .......... .60

~e Afews

FLINT .-.--.--.--.-.-
GRAND RAPIDS ..... .

.45
.80
.70

KALAMAZOO
LANSING .
MARQUETTE
MT. CLEMENS
MUSKEGON
OWOSSO

... .45
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