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TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1938

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Chairmen List
Guests Invited
To Odonto Ball
Ida Mae Shilling To Attend
With Charles Valluzzo,
General Chairman
Committeemen have invited their
guests for the fourth annual Odonto
Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, March 18, in the Union Ball-
room.
Ida Mae Shilling, '37, will be the
guest of R. Charles Valluzzo, '39, gen-
eral. chairman of the dance. Mrs.
Samuel S. Willis will attend with her
husband, Samuel S. Willis, '39D, who
is in charge of decorations.
Robert Sibilsky, '39D, patrons chair-
man, has invited Jean Holland, '38;
while Nora Boyd, '38D, will be the
guest of Mark Coggan, '39D, who is in
charge of tickets.
Louise Carter, '38D, will attend
with Myron VanLeeuwen, '39D, pub-
licity head. Thomas Clarke, presi-
dent of the junior class of the Dental)
School, has invited Betty McDuff to
be his guest.
Rita Rio and her Rythm Girls will
furnish music for the affair. Rita
Rio, besides being famous as an or-
chestra leader, is a dancer, singer and
actress of repute. She appeared on
the screen in "Rio Rita" and also inj
F'Idie Cantor's "Strike Me Pink." {
Tickets for the dance are now on
sale at Waher's and Ulrich's book
storesawhere they will be available
throughout the week. Tickets may
also be obtained at the Union desk.
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Program L.ist
Of Recordigs
Is Annountced.
The program of records to be played
on the League gramaphone this week
has been announced. It is as follows:
Tuesday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.: Pomp and
Circumstance No. 1 by Elgar; lolan-
the by Sullivan.
Tuesday, 8-9 p.m.: Symphony No.
1 in C minor by Brahms; Les Pre-
ludes by Liszt; Danse Macabre by
Saint Saens.
Wednesday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.: Wil-
liam Tell Overture by Rossini; Sym-
phony No. 5 for Organ by Widor;
Choral Improvisation No. 2 by Toure-
mire.
Wednesday, 8-9 p.m.: Violin Son-
ata in G Major by Brahms; Septet
Introduction and Allegro by Ravel;
Till Eulenspiegel by Strauss.
Thursday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.:, Ma-~
zurka In A Minor by Chopin; Sonata
in A (violin) by Franck; Tzigane by,
Ravel; Valse From Suite by Arenski.J

.1 Iterviewing Freshman Women Martha Graham Dance
Knght D te T BTFo Be Interviewed Recital Tickets On Sale
KtTo Be Friday TdayForProjec.t d'Tickets for the Martha Graham
B.y NEA druds4dance recital March 28 are on sale at
ArnARIANNEoom 15, Babour Gymnasum and
---y MA ----N - Interviewing for committee chair- Wahr's BakbStore Ghetikets are
When the week-end swept down upon us along came the firstsignsmanships of Frosh Project will be- riced at 50 cents, 75 cents, one dol-
lar and one dollar and a half.
of Spring . . and what a welcome accompanist... It was s e the firtignW.A.A. Board Positions gin at 3 p.m. today in the Under- M
to don the Spring bonnet and take a new lease on life . . . an app eale Are Open To 'Women; graduate Offices of the League and dance artist, is bringing a mixed
many were doing just that thine . . . Assembly Ball was the focal pointy Eight Will Be Filled will continue through Friday, it was troupe of 12 dancers here. The pro-
f interest, as far as formals go .s.e.mThe League was a gay spot and packed announced by Angelene Maliszewski, gram will be presented in Pattengill
fto capacity, with people having a. grand and glorious time So we had Interviewing for Women's Athletic '38, head of Judiciary Council. Auditorium of Ann Arbor High
to apciy it pope avnga rad ndglriustie .. o e adAssociation Board positions will take' Freshmen women can be inter- School.
to take the well-known "bird's eye view" of the social whirl . . . to recount Aan Feednl: m oay Hours
the events of the week-end, and here 'tis. place from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday and '.ewed until 5:30 p.m. today. Hours
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at! throughout the rest ofthweka:
The Ball was off to an early start and we were right there to see all the m :: . dtough0utmthedesdayfthw :
lovely ladies come tripping in escorting their dates ... for as you know, it was the W.A.A. Building, it was an- 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday; 4 to 5:30
one of those kinds of dances . . . Josh Jesperson and Ruth Kinsey and their nonced by Mary Johnson, '38, presFriday. Those wishing interviews are
dates, Ted Miller and Les Eames were on the early arrival u d ortdent.Fewek.
list . . and such pleasant and satisfied countenances those The applicants will be interviewed Tre is no adaty in g un-
There is no advantage to waiting un-
two fellows were wearing . . . Ella Stowe, who was playing by the senior members of the present til the last day, Miss Maliszewski said.
escort to Tom Reed, was talking to Mary Jane Le Gros board, Miss Laurie Campbell, acting Al
and Dal Orr on the steps in the lobby of the League .ordirector of women's physical educa- A activity on Frosh Project, Miss
- ' - ~tion and Miss Marie Hartwig in-fracitynFrhPretMs
Mim Hazeltine, down by the Undergrad office, was pinning tionato Mithe departmentwig, in Maliszewski stated. This can be
a white carnation on her date Eddie Gross while he was tupoidnsfrwhcJhdewllry C
waiting in the check room line-up . . .e ositions for which theresi-ll time of the interview. There were
Ruth Myers and Ginny Caldwell finally came tearing r gPp135 women who petitioned for work
dent, vice-president, secretary, treas-1
in with Lloyd Greenleaf and Don Emerson after waiting for hours for rer. Aerin Ferton ofeCo- on the Project last week.
ures Aerica Fedistioh ef Col
them at Martha Cook . . . Barb Bale was walking down the hall with li e Women representative, intro-
Bill Fant, a corsage, and a spring in her step . . . Bud Wells, acting as mural manager, publicity manager W.A.A. SCHEDULE
silly as usual, was kidding Patty Whitfield down from State for the fun and awards chairman. Badminton: Women's doubles
... And who was that out in the middle of the floor trying to beg, borrow The president is automatically tournament. Open play 7:30 to
f)1 steP.. A, akig frn MTtS Jan

o ss om ary aro mayaneiehoe in order to collect a bet? Max
Hodge? . . . And what did Dick Crawmer, M. J.'s date think of the whole
thing? Betsy Lightner had a self-satisfied smirk on her face because
for a time it looked like she was going to have to entertain Harold Smilee
with an exciting show and coke afterwards . . . tickets were as scarce
as the proverbial hen's teeth . . . But Marian Gommesen was there dancing
in a stately manner to suit the austere personality of Senator Doity Oinie.
Tickets Scarce As ienr's Teeth .. .
But even at that Phyllis Kennedy managed to get a ticket to drag;
Bob Progell to the Ball . . . Down in the Grill afterwards breakfast was
served . . . Looking round and about we saw Mary Jean Adams and Jim
Armstrong . . . Irene Sartor and Johnny Rubsam . . . Ginny Palmer and
Chet Dunham ... you couldn't miss Chet's flaming hair . . . Ellie Sikkenga
and Rog Houze . . . and a host of others . . . And so Assembly Ball passes ...
Sunday night supper at the League, the brain child of those who seek
to promote a friendly spirit and things among the independents on campus

general chairman of Lantern Night '!i5 p~m. today and Thursday;
and the orientation program spon-, mixed club 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. to-
sored by W.A.A. The vice-president morrow; women's club 4:30 to 5:30
is social chairman and in charge of p.m. Friday, Barbour Gymnasium.
the W.A.A. spring project. The Basketball: club basketball:
A.F.C.W. representative writes for Marian Marsh vs. Gene McCoy
the magazine of that organization. 4:30 p.m. today; Jane Dunbar vs.
Managers of the various sports are' Sally Connery, Louise Barr vs.
also on the board but these women Irene Sabo, 5:10 p.m. today; game
arechoen y tos paticpatnginj with Columbia University 4:30 p.m.
ae chosen by those participatingI Thursday, Barbour Gymnasium,
e sports, with dinner -following at the
The intramural manager has W.A.A. Building.
charge of the various tournaments Bowling: 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9
and has charge of the league house p.m. tomorrow through Friday, 3
organizations, to 5 p.m. Saturday, W.A.A. Build-
ing.

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is becoming more and more popular. . . Wanda Thompson, Mar-
garet, Van Ess, Amy Stevenson, John Weineke, and Les Abell
were "among those present" ... Francis Southon, Jay Rockwell,'
and Ray Frederick were glimpsed in the lower hall just arriving
Jean Kemp and June Pollan were on their way up the
stairs to the ballroom . . . The party was full of fun . . . music
games . . . bridge . . . and right good fellowship . . . Stark
Ritchie was one of the merrymakers .. .
Since Friday night was the night that the independentst

Fund Petitions
Due TomorrowI
Three Ethel McCormic
ScholarshipsOffered
Tomorrow is the last day for pe-
titioning for the three Ethel Mc-

Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Sarah Caswell, Angell Hall, Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Fencing: 4:15 p.m. today, Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Rifle: 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
through Friday, Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Swimming: Open swimming for
all women, 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow,
Union pool.

took over the League with a vengeance the Union was also a popular spot Cormick scholarships, Angelene Ma-
for dancing Knights and Dates ... Viola Rugis and Ralph Freeman stomped liszewski, '38, head of Judiciary Coun-
it out.. . Bill Jacobs and Juel Nolan were whipping around . . . Fran Bourke cil, announced yesterday.
and Carvel Shaw were swinging with the rest . . . Ellen Douglas and Matt a
Marian and Louise Spencer and Allen MacDonald walked by in the lobby, . . Petitions are available in the Un-
and Eleanor Jane Massie who was with Ernie Tanzer was waiting in the disrralisew Oisaid hat allLwague.
lobby when we came in . . . Beth O'Roke and Bill Elliot took in the Union petitioiing should have two letters
on Saturday night . . as did Mary Peirsol and Bud Wassell... Mary Margaret of recommendation sent to Hope
Meloche and Ted Spangler quenched their thirst with a long drink of .Hartwig, '38, president of the League,
water . . . it was warm that night . . . just like spring . Ibefore the time for interviewing. I
Madeline Kreighoff and Bishop Kuhn were admiring the spring weather Interviewing will be held from 4 to
and commenting on the sudden burst of thunder earlier in the evening 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 24, at
with Milly Sartor and Herbert McConough . . . Harriet Shackleton and King the League. Members of the Execu-
Lewis (our white bomber) just escaped the sudden spring shower . . . Jim tive Council are to do the interview-
Douglas and Bob Pommerening were engrossed in the prospects of futurc n.

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Thursday, 8-9 p.m.: Symphony No. doctors .. . and we also noticed Syoi Swartout ancng wan raunin BoUI
2 in D by Sibelius; Mon Coeur (Sam-
son and Delilah) by Saint Saens;Coke Sipping Between Dances .
Russia by Balakirev.I

Friday, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Tristan and
Isolde by Wagner.
Friday, 8-9 p.m.: Violoncello Con-
certo by Baccherina. Symphonie des i
Psaumes by Stravinski.
Saturday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.: French,
Scotish, Russian, Eastern, Italian,
Mexican, Jewish and Negro songs.
Saturday, 8-9 p.m.: Piano Quartet
$in G minor by Brahms; L'Arlesienne
Suite No. 1 by Bizet.
Sunday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.: Symphony
No. 7 by Bruckner.
Sunday, 8-9 p.m.: Violin Voncerto
in D by Brahms. Piano Quintet in'
E flat by Schumann.
Movies On China
Will Be Presented
A motion picture of China will be
presented at the regular Sunday
night supper sponsored by the Inter-
national Council Sunday at the!
Union.{
The pictures will deal mostly with
home life in China, travels in the
Orient, visits to temples, scenes along
the water front, including pictures
of the Panay. The film has been
loaned to the Council by Syracuse
University through the courtesy of
Mildred Yoxall, '41, who will person-
ally direct the showing of the film
and supplement it with her exper-
iences in the Orient.-
In addition to the pictures on
China, Miss Yoxall will show a film
Dn the Children's Village in Redord,
where there is being carried on at the
present time, one of the most scien-
tific pieces of work for the prevention
of juvenile delinquency in this coun-
try.
SPRING
FLIES
IN. ..
Think NOW of fixing up those
things you've put off all winter.
Brighten up the house with

Ruth Calkins and Paul Yergens were sipping cokes between dances .
Joan Schoener and Murray Campbell were stopping in the doorway as we
entered . . . greeting Elsie Jane Burkett and Mark Beach . . . Enora Ferris
and Kenneth Graff were in on the fun too and we saw
Marcia Connell there with Dr. S. P. Cannon, who had
taken a night off from the hospital."
The Theta Xi's had an informal party Saturday night
which was heaps o' fun .. . Betty Bechever and Al Wohl-
wend were exchanging a dance with Barb Johnson . .
and George Rulison . . . George and Betty were having a
grand time "jeeping" . . . these Easterners know all the
tricks ... Elaine Sandt was with Johnny Fechnay. . . and Betty Spangler
with Neil Levinson . . . Lyn Garden and Jack Robinson were in the hallj
dancing . . . and Betty Madel was trucking around with Bill Sours . . .
"Wyoming" Sevison was there with Tom Nesbit. . . and we saw Mellie Mac-
Cready with Jack Staple.

J Miss Maliszewski said that the
qualifications for these scholarships
are that the students participate in!
extra-curricular activities, maintain
at least a 1.7 scholastic average and
I that they need the money.
Dancing Classes
Wil Begin Today
The dancinj classes for beginners
and intermediates will meet at 7 and
8 p.m. today, resp ,cti ely, in the
Lea Jue Ballroom, Jean McConkey,
'38, announced.
The Dance Club will be held from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom. Gregory, assisted
by Marie Sawyer, '38, is to teach.

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