FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Be Tonight At League, Union
Mike Riley And His lad
To Play For More Than
300 CouplesAt Union
More than 300 couples are expected
to attend the annual engineer's Slide
Rule Dance, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the Union
Ballroom. Mike Riley will furnish
the music for the affair.
There are still a few tickets left for
the dance, John Elsner, '39E, floor
chairman, announced and these may
be obtained today at the Union desk.
Elsner also announced that flowers
are not allowed for anyone except
guests of committee members.
Sidney Steinborn, '38E, is general
chairman of the dance. Fred W.
Smith, '38E, is in charge of the decor-
ations, and helping him are Roger
Frazier, '38E; Robert Young, '39E,
and Ernest Tanzer, '38E.
Chairman of the program commit-
tee is Alfred Waldchen, '39E. Richard"
Tarbell, '39E, and Walton Rodger,
'39E, are co-chairn en of publicity.!
David Lansdale, '38, is chairman of
the music committee, and James Eck-
house, '38E, is head of the finance
Riley and his orchestra have been
currently featured at the Trianon
Ballroom in Cleveland. They played
at the J-Hop in Ypsilanti. Riley is+
the composer of "The Music Goes
Round and Round" and ;Ph Boom."
The latter number will be specially
featured, Rodger said.
The cecorations of the.ba oom will +
include a huge slide rule, a cartoon
for the benefit of Literary College
students and insignias representing
Initiation Is Aniounced
By Alpha Kappa Lambda
Alpha Kappa Lambda announcesI
the initiation of the following: Aus-
tin H. Beebe, '40E; M. Lee Chrisman,'
'40SM; Raymond L. Frederick, Jr.,
'40; Kenneth H. Heinger, '40; Ken-
neth L. Kreuz, '40, and Jerome Fink,
Specials on Sunday'
CHICKEN SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI
Phone Ypsilanti 958W
1602 Packard Rd at 'Marion St.
Face To Face With The Law!
Plan To Attend
When Defendant Muriel Hassard, '39, responds to this court sum-
mons, she will find hersclf at Crease Dance with complainant Lorenzo
Carlisle, '38L, co-chairman of the decorations committee. Moral: stay
within the arms of the law.
RIetiring League Council IssuesI
Farewell Statements To Pressl
Annual Affair To Be Given
From 9 P.M. To 1 A.M-.
In League Ballroomi
More than 250 couples will attend
Crease Ball, annual lawyer's dance,l
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
day in the League Ballroom.
Jimmy Lunceford and his orches-
tra will play for the dance. Lunce-
ford will bring 17 mempbers of hisj
orchestra directly from New Yorkf
where he has been playing. The band
will also feature two vocalists.
Corsages have been prohibited this
year, it was announced by David
Knight, '38L, co-chairman of the
Committee members for the dance
are: Robert Bratton, '38L, co-chair-
man; Edward Ruff, '38L, and Shelby1
Dale, '38L, chairmen for the music,
committee; David Rosin, '38L, who is
in charge of invitations committee,
James 'Horiskey, '38L, and Lorenzo
Carlisle, '38L, co-chairmen of decora-
tions committee, and Charles White,
'381, ticket chairman.
The entire committee for "Raw Re-
view," publication of the lawyers in-
cluding material on the faculty and
senior students, was also announced
by Knight. Chairman of the com-
mittee was Lester Rose, '38L. Other
senior members are: William Ste-
phens. George Holmes, Erwin El-
mann, Lloyd Yenner, Benjamin Dew-
ey, John Bryant, Frank Stone, Abra-
ham Zwerdling, Beatrice Devine,
Francis Obrein, and Daniel Morrison.
Last year the dance was held in
the Law Club and Jimmy Rachel's
orchestra played for the affair.
Youth Movements Will Be
Discussion Topic Today
Youth movements in various coun-
tries will be discussed by a represen-
tative group of foreign students fro11
3 to 3:30 p.m. today over radio sta-
The radio broadcast is being spon-
sored by the International Council of
the University as part of their semes-
Dinner Today Four Parties Ticket sale Announced
D i l IfForIIInstallation Banquet
Will Be Given Are ScheduledFo aLsforsllation Banquet
____ to ae held at 6 p.m.. Monday at the
For Landlady Fraternites Plan Formal, League, may be obtained from 1 to 5
p.m. today in the Undergraduate
Informal Dances Tonight Ocsadfo ~.utlno
Following close upon the heels of alcI Offices and from 9 p.m. until noon
Moth L Day" T tomorrow in the office o: Miss Ethel
comes news of a dinner party to be McCOrmick. Representatives of or-
gie oa a h no i oo fnities for tonight. j orities and dormitories are urged to
given todayattheUnistindhonoro Beta Theta Pi's informal radio bring the exact amount of money
a landlady by her past and present1 dance will be chaperoned by Prof. and when calling for their ticket reserva-
student roomers in "appreciation of jwe aln o hi iktrsre
Mrs. Maurice B. Eichelberger and Lions according to Ruth Friedman,
her kindness andinspiration."Mr. and Mrs. Robley C. Williams. 1 '38, head of the tickets committee for
Guests of honor at the dinner-party Another informai radio dance will the affair.
will br Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schneider, be held at Chi Psi Mr. and Mrs --
510 Cheever St. A program of danc-
ing and games has beenarranged toRobert E. Carson an'1 Mr. and Mrs.
inglo andiame ihasee5araguedtoreRaymond Weber will chaperon. The: as Gwsan.od
follow the dinner which 35 guests are ffair is closed to all but members r FOR FACULTY AND GRADUATES
expected to attend. ofthe fraternity. COMPLETE RENTAL
Plans for such an affair were in- A formal dinner preceding Crease AND SALES SERVICE
itiated last fall, and it is hoped that Ball will be given by the members of Call and inspect the nat-
it will become an annual event at the Phi Delta Phi.nally adveirtised line of
"Schneider Homestead," according to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Petersen and Nhe C ardCopany,
Ronald J. Butler, '39, general chair- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Upton will eL reonon,it hoo
man. chaperon the informal dance being sterilized before each time
Butler will have as his guest, Vir- given by Phi Gamma Delta. nused.Crtete satisfact
ginia Barrows, '40; Lyle W. Bond, '41, Bill Steytler and his Campus Cava Get our rental rates and selling prices
toastmaster, will bring Margaret liers will provide the music for the VA N BOVEN, In
Webber, '39Ed., and Norbert Winni Sigma Phi formal. Mr. and Mrs.
'39F&C, has as his guest Dorothy Ol- 1 Phil-lip Clapp and Mr, and Mrs. Frank -hone 8911 Nickels Arcade
son, '40. Other guests will be Jack Devine will chaperon.
Carroll, '40, publicity chairman; Irene -
Sabo, '39Ed.; Judd Blystone and Della
Reimold, both of Ann Arbor; Gilbert
Wiegand, '41; Elanor Cole of Ann
Arbor; Daniel J. Hurley, '40; NormanMe
Blystone, '41Ed., patrons chairman BelieveMe Folks,
and Ruth Cole of Ann Arbor.
ft IS a Good Drink
Many phases of the RevolutionaryRBOR SPRINGS WATER
War will have to be rewritten because
of the letters of Hessian officers to It comes in bottles for Shop, Office, or Home.
their superior officers in Germany, re-Phone82
cent acquisition to the Clements Li-
brary, according to Dr. Bernard A.
Uhlendorf, of the University libray, -
in a lecture to the Deutscher Verein
Dr. Uhlendorf stressed the human
side of these letters, which are the
most extensive documents on the
Revolutionary War in existence. The
Hessians had a healthy respect for
the American people, and about 5,000
deserted to the American cause dur-
! ing the course of the war, he said..
There were approximately 29,000
German troops here during the war,
17,000 of which were Hessians. At
no time did the Americans have more
than 25,000 troops to combat them. NEW -PEN Y
:. P I ' lf rDflrT
By JENNY PETERSEN
Members of the retiring League
Council will weep on each other's
shoulders over the "glories that have
been" at a farewell luncheon to be
held at noon tomorrow in a private'
dining room of the League.
To mark their retirement from the
public service each of the sixteen
Council members has prepared her
individual statement for the press.
The officei's believe this is the first
time such a procedure has been fol-
Siays Hope Hartwig, president of[
the League," We will install a new
precedent." Bunny Arner,dvice-pres-
ident in charge of candy booths,
states," It has been just candy." Head
of the week-end dance committee,
Mary Jane Mueller, another vice-
president, sums up her work with,
"We have let the public pass the
The third vice-president, Florence
McConkey, who had charge of the
dancing classes, declares,* "We cer-
tainly had a lot of class." Janet Al-
lington, secretary, says, "I'm not the
type, but it has been lots of fun."
According to Midge Ayers, treasurer,
"We certainly cashed in on a good
year." Angel Maliszewski, head of
Judiciary Council, points out that in
her work, "One meets so many peo-
"Where the Panhell do we go from
here," is the reaction of Harriet
Shackleton, president of Panhellenic
Society, to the finish of her work,
Helen Jesperson, president of As-
sembly, remarks, "We had a lot on
the Assembly Ball."
The League Has Points
Helen Douglas, women's editor of
the Daily, says sadly, "We dilly-
Dailied many times. but we got things
done." Mary Johnson, head of W.A.A.
claims, "We just pooled our time
Barbara Bradfield, chairman of the
merit-system committee, is positive
that "The League has its points." "I'll
tell the world we can keepa secret,"
asserts Roberta Melin, head of the
Ruth Friedman, chairman of the
theatre-arts committee relies on
Shakespeare for her farewell state-
ment, "All the world's a stage, and
X11~~~~~~ lh r"QA17mo P-~ 1u
goes tonyour head
219 South Main
I all the men i anctLwomen meI e "play- ter's program. Howard Holland, '38,
ers." Betty Gatward, head of the president of the Council, will repre-
social committee, gloomily predicts, sent the United States in the broad-
"And social we pass into oblivion," cast.
but Margaret Ferries, chairman of Foreign students who will
the orientation committee, counters Foar are An ts w. wi , rd.
pate are Anwar R. Hasani, Grad.,;
with a final, optimistic note, "This is from Iraq; Anand M. Kelkar, '39E,
only the beginning, folks." from India; Shao-Wei Li, Grad., from
You Must Escort Hasani was born in Bagdad, Iraq,
and is a graduate of the American
'Judy'But They'll University of Beriut, Syria. Kelkar is
a graduate of the University of Bom-
Sunp)l 'Pun ch' bay, India, and Shao-Wei Li graduat-
ed from Tsing Hua University at
Peiping, China, before attending the
"Punch" will be the theme of the University.
regular dance to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight today at the League. V
'"Punch Night" is to be the name of
the ocacsion, and to carry out the
theme, there will be a punch-board.
Those two people punching the lucky
numbers will receive complimentary
tickets to a future League dance.
Charlie Zwick and his "Punches-
ers" are to furnish the music, fea-
tWring numbers that have a "punch"
After the new officers of the League
have been installed, a new ballroom
committee will be organized. The
present members are Mary Jane Continuing Our
Mueller, '38, chairman; Norma Curtis, Month-End Clearance
'39; Marcia Connel, '39; Helen Jean Through Saturday
Dean, '39; Jean Holland, '39; Made-g
line Krieghoff, '39; Betty Notley, '39; with many added values!
Stephanie Parfet, '39; Barbara Pater-
son, '39, and Harriet Pomeroy, '39. EVENING and DAYTIME
The motto of the ballroom commit- DRESSES
tee for this week-end is "We'll fur-D S
nish the punch-you bring Judy." IJuniors - Misses - Women
Miller's Malted Milk
Chocolate Flavor Only
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GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Mary Vanderheidt, '41, of
River Forest, Ill
Three- and Four-Thread Sheer
and Clear First Quality Hose,
Barrel All Wool Sweaters
Plenty of Good Colors-Week
End Only, Reg. $1.00 value-
Dresses that look alive!
Smart shirt-waist types
Sizes 11 to 46
DRESSES ... 5.00
Day and Evening
Blouses, Sweaters, Skirts