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March 11, 1938 - Image 5

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Lunceford To Play



Crease Ball April L

Assembly Ball
To Be Tonight;
Guests Named
Decorations Will Feature'
Floral Arrangements And
Indirect Lighting
Guests of the Central Committee
for Assembly Ball were announced,
yesterday. The dance will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the
League Ballroom.
Norma Curtis, '39, general chair-
man, will have as her guest Guy Or-
cutt, '39, Barbara Eppstein, '39, as-
sistant chairman, will be accompan-
ied by Henry Fox, '38L. Myrra Short,
'39, tickets chairman, has asked Rob-
ert Young, '38E, and John G. Young,
'38E, will attend with Betty French,
'39, patrons chairman.
Chairmen Name Guests
Mary Elizabeth Owen, '39, finance
chairman, has invited Richard Nash,
'38. Miss McElroy has asked Wil-
liam Steytler, '39. William Collins
of Birmingham will be the guest of.
Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40Ed., music
chairman, and Jane Dunbar, '40, Will'
be present with Robert Halsted,
'38BAd. Eileen Icheldinger, '38SM,i
chairman of the breakfast, will at-
tend with Frederick Schmoyer,

Chairman Of Dance

Date Of Ticket
Sale For Ballj
Is Announced

League-Sponsored Style Show
Will e March 18 In Ballroom
Clothes for every occasion will be in the undergraduate scholarship
modeled by students in the fourth fund of the League.
annual style show sponsored by the Models for the show will be Marcia'
League, which will be held from 3:30 Connell, '39; Barbara Teall, '39; Mary

Marriage Law
Plan Proposedi
Michigan - O.S.U. Women
Debate Held Yesterday


Ballroom To Be

Scene l Law IDance; to 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 18, in the Randolph, '39; Marietta Killian, '39; 1 A four point plan for a uniform
Price s eAt 4League Ballroom. Betty Schaffer, '39; Marian Baxter, marriage law was proposed by Betty
PSBetty Gatward, '38, head of the '39; Carroll Adams, '39; Shirl Cross- Jane Mansfield, '39, and Barbara
League Social Committee, is in charge man, '38; Betty Crandall, '38; Jean Bradfield, '38, at the debate held
my Lunceford and his orches- of the affair. Admission will be free, Bertram, '39; Sally Kenny, '38, and with two women students from Ohio
tra have been contracted to play for and Charlie Zwick's band will play. Margaret Ford, '40. State University at 4 p.m. yesterday
the Crease Dance, annual lawyers' Reservations of tables for sororities, Tables for guests will be set up in in the Lbague Ballroom.
ball, which will be held from 9 p.m. dormitories, and League houses must the Concourse. dining room of the The plan, as presented by Miss
to 1 a.m., Friday, April 1, in the be turned in to the League by Wed- League as well as in the ballroom, Bradfield, is that there be uniform
League. nesday, March 16, Miss Gatward said. Miss Gatward said. licenses in the states, forbidding
Tickets for the dance, priced at $4 Suits,topcoats, afternoon dresses. them to those who are under age, of
thece as4tan dto tose ho ae uner ae, o
will go on sale Monday, March 14, to dinner and foi-mal gowns, negligees, different races, physically unfit or are
the students of the Law School, it was secoats Md lounging pajamas will Elity Deadline first cousins; that the age for men be
announced by David Knight, '38L, co- be shown, Miss Gatward stated. The 21 and for women, 18, for those who
chairman of the dance, after a meet- clothes are lent to the League for the For JG P Toda do not have their parents' consent;
ing of the central committee at which occasion by a Detroit shop, and the ** that there be five days after the
NORMA CURTIS the final arrangements were made. owner of the shop will donate to the application has been made before the
To Be Held In League League 10 cents for every person The deadline for eligibility slips license is given and that any viola-
38SM, and Ellen Cuthbert, '39, chai-ance will be hed in the present. This money will be placed for the 1938 -Junior Girls Play is 6 tion of these laws be punished as a
man of publicity, with Kenneth Win- League in order to allow more stu- -p.m.today, Jean Holland, assistant Federal offense.
grove, Jr. of Ypsilanti. dents to attend, Knight stated The hairman, announced yesterday. Any Miss Mansfield emphasized the fact
The chairs will all be removed from ticket sale will be exclusively limited participating in the produc- that although the states have their
the ballroom in order to make more to student lawyerstion will be dropped unless their own laws, they are so varied that men
room for dancing and to facilitate eyThe central committee for th, Ft1gibi1ty p is in.and women may go into another state
roomyfog daginthranghthofaistteTdancental ommitt enfor tme- o The makeup committee of the in order to evade the law of theirr
playing light through the registers dance is composed of 11 senior mem- 1938 Junior Girls Play will meet at own. She said that becaus of this
surrounding the roo. The only ex- ro-chairen f te bal and n Three Ethel McCormick 4 pm. today, according to Dorothy the laws of the nation are brought
ception to this will be the chairsHse Baxter, chairman of the committee. down to the level of the lowest law
provided for the patrons' booth.Shoma sen rships Available The Inn Singers will meet at 4:30 in any state of the Union.
To Display Insignia committee is composed of Shelby Dale p.m. today and 3:30 p.m. Sunday The negative team from Ohio,
The time for petitioning for the and the Madrigal Singers will meet composed of Norma Fisher and Ruby
The Assembly ifisignia will be dis- and Edward Ruff. three Ethel McCormick scholarships at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. K. Zurcher, said that a uniform mar-
played behind the orchestra, and a Committees Named t has been extended to Wednesday, Dance rehearsals for the following I riage law for the United States is
smaller one will be placed above the Others on the committee are Lor- March 16, Angelene Maliszewski, '38, will be held today. The Red Shirts neither necessary nor desirable.
mantle in the Grand Rapids Room, enzo Carlisle, Richard Shook, James chairman of Judiciary Council, an- chorus will meet at 3 p.m. today in "Massachusetts and Wisconsin adopt-
which will also be open for dancing. Horisky, Charles White, David Rosin nounced yesterday. the League ballroom, Charlotte Poock, ed the same law," Miss Fisher said,
Table numbers for the breakfast and Robert Chambliss. Petition blanks arc available in the chairman of the dance committee, "but they changed it in each state so
may be found out at the main desk or Lunceford formerly played here in Undergraduate Office of the League. announced. The Peasant chorus will that now the law is no longer uni-
from the head witress. Lists will 1936 at the annual J-Hop. Jimmy. Miss Maliszewski said that no pe- meet at 4:15 p.m. at Harris Hall and form."
also be posted in the dressing room, Raschel and his orchestra played titions will be accepted after Wed- the Changing of the Guards chorus Miss Zurcher asked the affirmative
Miss Icheldinger said. The entire for the ball last year, which was nesday..% will be held at 5 p.m. at Harris Hall. team how their plan could work if
second and third floors of the League held in the Law Club. "Every woman petitioning for one The practice room in Harris Hall is individuals were already evading it
will be opened for the ball, for which -of these scholarships must have two upstairs. or breaking it.
Barney Rapp and his New Englanders letters of recommendation sent to - ---------~ _,_.-._
will play. RQ s' HIille Pla Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the
Decorations To Be Novel 9 League,by the end of next week,"
Decorations for the fourthbannual ill Be Prese ted Miss Maliszewski said. "These let-;
Assembly Ball tonight will be con-tesholbewien ysmon -
centrated on floral arrangements and March 1 Ad on the faculty or by house mothers." 3c per Day 1Oc Minimum
indirect lighting, Marie McElroy, '39, Interviewing for the scholarships BEST AUTHORS LATEST BOOKS
decoratons ch nln a irman.pannonced.is to be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Plan Etiquette
Talk At League
A forum discussion on "Campus
Etiquette" will. be the main feaiture
of the entertainment at the Sunday
Night Supper, to be held at 6 p.m.
Sunday in the League Ballroom, it
was announced by William Rockwell,
'41, entertainment chairman;
The panel for the discussion will be
composed of Jean Kemp, '39D, Julian
Frederick, Grad., Marian Reider, '39,
and Philip Westbrook, '40. After
talks by the members of the panel
the discussion will be thrown open
to the entire meeting, Rockwell said.
Other entertainment features will
be mixer games, to be played before
supper is served, and Beano, darts
and ping pong to be played after-
wards. There will also be group
singing. Supper will be served prompt-
ly at 6:30 p.m.
This supper is sponsored by Con-
gress and the League House Repre-
sentatives. All students are invited
to attend, and they are urged to come
Petitioning To End
TodayFor Projct
Today is the last day for petition-
ing for activity on Freshman Project,
it was announced by Angelene Malis-
zewski, '38, head of Judiciary Council.
Interviewing for committee chair-
manships will start Tuesday.
Petitioning blanks are still avail-
able in the League Undergraduate

special representative
will be at our store
324 South State
Friday and Saturday
March 11 and 12


She will be pleased to
talk with you and assist
you in any way.
Bring your cosmetic
problems to her!

aeoruxnscraima, anu . ! oot,, ao opodaad M__
WRoot, mari Hopwood award Thursday, March 24. "It is necessary
Women who have purchased tickets winning play written by Mrs. Edith that all those women petitioning
for carnations may get the flowers Grossberg Whitsell, Grad., which will come at that time," Miss Maliszewski
at a table which will be placed in the be presented by the Hillel Players said, "since there will be no other
Undergraduate Office of the League. March 18 and 19 at the Lydia Men- day for interviewing."
delssohn Theatre, is a character play The women who are eligible to re-'
treating the question of inter-mar- ceive the scholarships are those who
Two Homes~lan riage.have participated in extra-curricular
Daces For Tonigh Theplay emphasises the character activities, have a scholastic average
Danc S Fo Tonghtdevelopment of the protaganist - a of 1,7 and who are in need of the
SJewishgirl born in Chicago. At first money.
Two houses, Alpha Phi and Phi she is entirely indifferent to her ra-
Kappa Sigma, plan dances for to- cial ties, but after a trip to Germany,
nusttbefore the advent of Hitler,
night. where she finds herself in a society
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson and with strong ties to the past, she her-
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Peterson will self feels compelled to search for
chaperon the Alpha Phi formal which roots in the past of her people. The
is being planned by the pledges in problems arising from this search andI
honor of the actives. Bill Sawyer's I those of inter-marriage. are treated0
orchestra will provide the music. extensively in the play. -n
Phi Kappa Sigma's dance is an in- The play is entirely student direct-
formal radio dance, closed to all but ed and acted. The scenery, also stu-
members. The chaperons are Mr. dent built, is realistic. The set in-
and Mrs. Elmer Townsley, Mr. and the first scene shows a typical flat
Mrs. Henry Bryan, and Mr. and Mrs. in the west side of Chicago in the
John R. McMullen. 1930s.
II I Katharine Gibbs secretarial train-
I ! I ing offers college women a prac-
edaIe three-thread hose wa to ride their hobby, or
th e -ha d hosey pet interest, right into a well-
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* Special Course for College Women
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same course may he started July 11,
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8 o'Clock

At the Coliseum
Admission 35c

The program consists of a 40-minute show by 36 FANCY SKATERS from the Olympic Club, Detroit; the
final Intramural Hockey Playoff; and FREE SKATING FOR EVERYONE

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