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FUTDAY, FtB. 18, 1938



FitIDAY, FEB. 18, 1938 PAGE FIVE

Caduceus Balli
Patrons, Motif
Are Announced
Greek Medicine Theme
To Include Hall Album;-
Anson Weeks To Play
Gglens Sponsors Ball
The patrons and patronesses for
the fifth annual Caduceus Ball, to be
hel from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday in
the Union Ballroom, and the theme
of the ball were announced yester-
day by Robert Denham, '38M, pa-
trons chairman and Jack Day, '38M,
chairman of the decorations com-
Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Furstenberg.
Dr. and Mrs. John Alexander, Dr. and
Mrs. Carl E. Badgley, Dr. Carl D.
Camp, Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A.
Coller, Dr. and Mrs. D. Murray
Cowie, Dr. Elizabeth C. Crosby, Dr.
ant'd Mrs. Charles W. Edmunds and
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Gessell are
am ng the patrons and patronesses
for the ball.
Patrons Are Named
Others include Dr. and Mrs. Har-
ley A. Haynes, Dr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Hodges, Dr. and Mrs. Howard B.
Le.is, Dr. and Mrs. Rollo E. McCot-
ter Dr. and Mrs. Norman F. Miller,
Dr. and Mrs. Bradley M. Patten, Dr.
and Mrs. Max M. Peet, Dr. and Mrs.
Malcolm H. Soule, Dr. and Mrs. Cy-
rus C. Sturgis, Dr. and Mrs. John
Sundwall, Dr. and Mrs. Raymond W.
Wa'goner, Dr. and Mrs. Carl V.
Weller, Dr. and Mrs. Udo J. Wile and
Dr. and Mrs. Frank N. Wilson.
The theme of this year's Cadu-
ceus Ball is to be Greek Medicine,
Da said. The ballrooms and all the
roomns adjoining will be decorated to
resemble the interiors of Greek
ten-ples and the orchestra platform
is to be made into a temple with col-
Album To Be In Hall
'The hall, according to Day, is to be
decorated with an album of the
University professors of Greek medi-
cine, each picture showing a profes-
sor dressed in Grecian robes.
Anson Weeks' orchestra will play
for the ball, which is to be sponsored
by Galens. The attendance is to be
limited to faculty members and stu-
dents in the Medical School.
Irvin Howe, '38M, is general chair-
man. The committee chairmen are:
Jaek Jacoby, '38M, music; Myron
Shilling, '38M, publicity; John P.
Eichorn, '38M, tickets; William
Hcvell, '38M and Robert Trimby,
'38M, finance; Denham and Day.
Plan Breakfast
To Follow Ball
To Serve Cafeteria Meal
After Assembly Dance
A special 25c breakfast will be
served in the League cafeteria imme-
diately following the Assembly Ball to
be held March 11 in the League Ball-
Those who stay for breakfast will
be granted 2 a.m. permission, other-
wise they, must be in their houses by
1:0 a.m., according to Eileen Ichel-
dinger, '38SM, breakfast chairman.
The breakfast, 'which will consist of
baked apple with raisins and nuts, hot
crescents- and coffee, will be served
promptly at 1 p.m.
Group singing will be led during
the meal, Miss Icheldinger said. Tick-
ets may be purchased and reservations
made for groups or couples in Miss
Goodlander's office at the League
Private rooms on the third floor may

be reserved at a cost of 75c per per-
son, she said.
All women who petitioned for posi-
tions on committees are asked to take
their eligibility slips to the Under-
graduate office between 3 and 5:301
p.m. Mondlay or Tuesday. A labelled
box will be provided for the purpose
on Tuesday. Norma Curtis, '39, gen-
eral chairman, emphasized that no
woman will be allowed to be a com-
mittee member unless she has handed
in her slip.
Leadership Course
Devised By W.A.A.
A course for all women interested
in camp councilorship or recreational
leadership will have its first class
period at 3:20 p.m. today in the Wom-
en's Athletic Building.
This course is being offered by the
physical education department to en-
able students to work more effectively
with groups in camps, playgrounds
or with adult social recreation. It
meets once a week for two hours and
it will fulfill the group activity re-
quirement for women's physical edu-
Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss Vir-
ginia Peaseley will be the instructors.
There will also be outside lecturers.
The class periods will be in the form

Personnel Director Discusses Swing Concert
Marriage Vs. Career Problem Committeemen
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Sabina From- she is a 'first generation business Are Announced
hold Advertising o..ces in Chicago are
sending college newspapers a series of woman. Prior to her time a wom-
articles dealing with the business ca- an's personal' contribution to life wast
ies oth oen.h ahthe r lowine evaluated by the amount of charm Include Student Members
Zinser, owner and director of the Zin- and graciousness she brought to the On Ticket-Selling Grou-sp
ser Personnel Service, is employed by home.
many large Chicago Corporations, ac-
cording to the release. "Then came these business pio- For Dorsey Session
By MRS. ANNE ZINSER neers and, like many pioneers, some
Of all the questions arising be- of them went to extremes in their Workers on the two committees
tween the young woman applicant for zeal and we had the stern business which include student members, for
a job and an employment counselor, Ithe Tommy Dorsey swing concert to
the most challenging is the one which ' be given at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
ordinarily remains unasked. In the Yost Field House, were announced
back of the brain of that alert girl -byBetty Aigler, '35, chairman of the
seated across the desk from me is the ticket circulation committee.
thought, "How will marriage and a " -, Harriet Heath, '36, is in charge of
career mix ... will the one interfere the committee to contact the sorori-
with the other ... can I find a happy ties, fraternities and dormitories.
solution?' Working under her are Norma Cur-
Sometimes the question is frankly tis, '39; Barbara Dittman, '41; Ann
voiced. And I say what I am saying Edmunds, '34; Barbara Heath, '39;
here: Jean Keller, '35; Margaret Cowie,
"In its relation to a woman's busi- '36; Mary Potter, '38; and Jean
ness activities, marriage should be Seely, '36SM. Bud Lundahl, '38,
regarded along with nature's other chairman, of the Interfraternity
phenomena-neither more momen- Council, is also working with the fra-
tous, nor less. Like most other un- ternities.
known quantities it requires a strict- Name Ticket Committee
ly individual interpretation. But its I Mary Johnson, '38, president of the
colution, by this selfsame individual W.A.A., heads a committee which is
yardstick, has been so frequently and distributing tickets to the dormitories
happily worked out that it assumes and League House zones. On her
the rank of a minor, rather than a 7 commtitee are Ruth Carr, '38; Miss
major issue. Curtis; Ruth Hartmann, '39; Sally
The college girl of today must not MRS. ANNE ZINSER Kenny, '38Ed; Beatrice Lovejoy,,
completely visualize the role she is to '38Ed; Betty tyon, '39; Mary Alice
play in life by many of the women in Mackenzie, '39, and Marjorie Mer-
business today. She must realize that woman who rejected marriage and ker', '39.
today's business woman is a pioneer pitted her talents against men. From Also working on this committee
in the field ...that only in the last 20 this extreme the trend then started Mary Jane Mueller, '38Ed; Sally
years has she arrived . . . therefore swinging into a middle course and Orr, '4Ed; Olive Reed, '39; Mary
___ __ _____now one sees women combining busi-" Richai'dson, '4OEd; Alberta Royal,,
ness and marriage successfully. The ';Martha Tillman, '39; Margaret
rsuccesful woman of the future, now Waterston, '38;Dorothy White, '38;
in college, will strike a happy medi- Elizabeth White, '39; Betty Whitney,
Sum. She wlll realize that she is a1 '38; and Helen Wolf, '40.
I second generation business womanTA
and can carve her life as she chooses." Tickets Now Available
* Tickets are priced at 75 cents for
w ith Luncheon But, how about the employer? Will general admission and $1 for the re-
- the man hiring you say to himself:I served section.
"This girl has great possibilities; she
~anellenicSocietyS rswill become valuable to my organiza-
ey rsmtion r . if she doesn't leave the job
Incentive To Scholarship to get married?" The chances are he Three Parties.
Among Its Freshmen will indulge in some such thought.
In taking a realistic view of the em-
ployer's attitude we must recognize innet .I1
Panhellenic Society will give a lun- that in most cases the young woman
cheon honoring the freshman wom- is hired on the basis of what she can
an in each sorority with the highest do now, whereas the young man is >ayride, Dinner Dance
mark in her. classat 12:30 p. hired for his potentialities and the Among Events Planned
was nnonce byHarret hacle-position he will hold in the firm 10
twas announced by Harriet Shackle years from now. Banquets, dances, and hayrides
tan, '38, head of the organization. The young man, on the ether hand, can be found on tonight's calendar
Frances Kahrs, '40, and Patricia is looked upon as future executive of social events.
laff, '40, have been appointed co- material. The boss will go over cer- Alpha Chi Omega pledges are giv-
chairmen for the affair. Besides the tain data with him, knowing that the ing a formal dance in honor of the
freshmen women from the 18 sorori- time invested will not be so much actives. Bill Sawyer's orchestra, with
ties, guests at the luncheon will be time lost, as in the case of a young Maxine Blass as singer, will provide
the executive board of Panhellenic woman, who may leave to get mar- the music, and chaperons will be Mr.
Society, and specially invited faculty ried. Therefore, marriage is the and Mrs. Westley Goodale, Mrs. W.E.
members. The speaker for the occa- greatest factor entering into the dif- Goodale, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
sion will be announced later, Miss ference in progress of men and wom- Tiby
Sha nsaid."" " ' " en in business. A young woman de- Larry Morris' orchestra will play
"We hope this luncheon will be- termined to succeed will profit by for the Alpha Xi Delta dinner dance.
come an annual event," Miss Shackle- facing the facts and proceeding ac- The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
ton stated. "It has been started not cordingly. Cecil O. Creal and Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
only to provide an incentive for high, seph W. Mundus. Jean I. Thompson,
frean wo men from the 18 soro1i- i 0 -- I_..

Interviewing, Dance Club, Cabaret


Interviews End Today
Judiciary Council will interview ap-
plicants for League and Council posi-
tions from 3 to 5 p.m. today at the
League, in the final day of. inter-
viewing. All women who have peti-
tioned for positions must be inter-
viewed today, for these interviews will
be given at no other time, according
to Angelene Maliszewski, '38, head of

e ments Issuedeaue
and Jean Smith, '40, was head of the received complimentary tickets at the
Cabaret. Bluebook Dance Jan. 22 may use
The figures from this year's Cab- them this week.
. aret represent an advance of more Charlie Zwick and his orchestra
than 200 dollars over last year's pro- will furnish the music for the dance
fits, which were $445.75. Last year's both nights. The price for admission
I Fair made $153.59. The Cabarets of is to be the same-$1 per couple.
-,1935 and 1034 cleared $409.55, and
1 $485 respectively. New Dance Club
The profits from this year's Cab-
aret, called the "French Follies," were A Dance Club has been organized
f made on the sale of admission tickets f n -Unt +he ac nf the


Judiciary Council. and dancing tickets. Two evening and
Applicants for the eleven League one afternoon performance of the
positions and three Council positions floor show were given. Decorations
have been interviewed every day this in the Ballroom of the League carried
week. Petitioning for the positions out a French village theme.
was held the last week of last semes-
ter, Swimming Pool Fund
The positions to be filled are pres-
ident of the League, three vice-pres- The League Undergraduate Coun-
idents, treasurer, secretary, and cil and the League Business Office
chairmen of the theatre-arts, social, will turn over the entire proceeds of
inerit-system, publicity, and orienta- this week-end's dances in the League
tion committees. One senior and two Ballroom to the W.A.A. swimming
junior posts will be filled in Judiciary pool fund, Roberta Melin, '38, pub-
:ouncil. lic.ty chairman of the League, an-
nounced yesterday.
Sophomore Cabaret "The council has been working in
conjunction with the ~usiness of-
A profit of $692.72 was cleared by fice on a percentage basis," Miss Me-
the 1937 Sophomore Cabaret, held lin said, "but this week-end, tonight
Cac. 3 and 4, in the League, it was and tomorrow night, both groups willt
announced yesterday by Miss Ethel turn over their receipts to the swim-
McCormick, social director of the ming pool fund."
League. The League Fair, held in Mary Jane Mueller. '38, vice-presi-
conjunction with the Cabaret, made ient of the League, in charge of the
$79.27. dances, said that there will be no
The booths of the Fair made $52.10, special feature for this week-end.
and the tickets for the League clothes "The dance committee has planned
contest brought in $27.17. Elizabeth several novelty dances for the fu-
Baxter, '38, was chairman of the Fair, ture," she said, adding that those who

recenLI yLO L A:jl;i i
Swing Sessions which were held as
the League last semester, accordini
to Douglas Gregory, '39,, director
The first meeting of the club wil


be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Feb. 23, in the League Ball-
room. Gregory said that the dances
are not to be in a series of five or six
meetings, but will be continued once
a week throughout this semester,
"Different, new and popular 'steps
will be taught each week," Gregory
said, "and requests will be answered
for 'various steps."
Those who were enrolled in the
Swing Session series which was not
completed last semester may attend
the Dance Club free of charge until
the number of dances left in that
series has been completed. Others
must pay 50 cents per couple for each



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tresnman women from te 1 sorori-
sorority standards as a whole."
An honor roll of the freshman
guests at the luncheon will be made,
and it will be kept in permanent form
in the League library. New namesf
will be added to it every year. In
case of a tie for the highest marks in
the house, both women will be in-
vited to the luncheon, and both
names will appear on the honor roll.-
Hostesses Are Announced
For Union Coffee Hours
Hostesses- for the rest of the week
at the Union Coffee Hour were an-
nounced yesterday by Eliot Robin-
son, '39, of the Union Executive
Mrs. M. Teitelbaum will pour today.
Mrs. Preston Slosson will officiate to-
The coffee hours are held from 4:30
until 5:30 p.m. in the small ballroom'
of the Union.

InternationalG (oup
A nnoucnCes Schedule

For New


Members of the International Coun-
cil announced recently that the Sun-
day night suppers included in their
program for the new semester, will be
planned not only for the foreign stu-
dents of the University, but also for
American and Canadian students in-
terested in meeting and exchanging
ideas with the representatives of var-
ious countries.
The program of the International
Council.includes a supper every Sun-
day night, either in International
Headquarters at the Union or with
scme of the church groups at their
fellowship meetings. It also includes
two panel discussions open to the gen-
eral public, three radio broadcasts,
two game parties, and several pro-
grams of general interest.

'40, social chairman, is in charge of
the dance.
A Founders' Day Banquet will be
held in Detroit tonight by the local
Phi Kappa Psi chapter. The dinner
will be given at the University Club.
Zeta Tau Alpha's hayride will be
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Loughborough. About 24 are expect-
Sed to attend, and the hayride will
end at the Brown Derby where re-
freshments will be served.
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