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,103S THE- MICHIGAN DAILY PA

GE FIVE

SKnight PDate
By MARIANNE

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The inevitable question during the past week was "Shall I?" or "Shall I
not?" just forget to go to my various and sundry classes . but after
the question was answered either "yes" or "no" came a weekend of
merriment and fun and the ever-present dances at the Union and the
League ... plus only a handful of chapter house dances . . a welcome
respite from the hurry-scurry of the past few weeks .. .
Even though chapter house parties weren't in vogue, Lambda Chi Alphaj
threw another radio dance Friday night . .. they seem to make a practice1
of averaging at least one party a week . . . Roy Neff and Jean Langfordt
again took in the fun ... Morgan Gibbs and Jack MacLeod were making
fun of the girls who seemed to have a chronic case of sleepiness . . . andc
Mary Ann Young and Patricia Matthews were making valiant efforts to
conceal the yawns ... everyone was sleepy for some unknown reason..
Bill Hope came in with. Charlotte Schreiber tucked underneath his arm
. ..and Dotty White and Shorty Wolf went down to the dining room
which had been converted into a "sitting" room,. .
' os beautiful' Swnmer, Too . .
The Swimming Team's Banquet at the Union Friday night brought
all the aquatic stars out . . . for steak and speeches . . . Johnny Haigh
and Betty Johnsoil were intent upon eating that last little
bit . . . while Tiny Blodgett and Hal Benham listened to
platitudes emanating from head table . . Jane Krause
and Eddie Mack applauded the election of Bill Beebe as
"most beautiful man on the team" . .. while Alberta Wood
just smiled . . . after everyone was all speeched out they
all went down to the Ballroom to carry on . . . Betty Bald-
win and Blake Thatcher were already down there dancing
merrily....
Now that the plain everyday dances are in favor again
the League was crowded to the doorway Friday night.
The A.T.O.'s table was filled to overflowing most of the
time and among those using it for the base of operations
was Harry Clark and Ruth Washburn, Pete Gossard, Jerry
Martin and Roberta Teall, Bill Shaw, Ted Frazier, Lorraine Haskins and
Art Brandt, and Kenny Meyers ... Addie Mason and Jack Appleton came,
by to say "Hello" to Lorraine and stayed for a while .. ,
The royal family, of Boeotia was well represented on the floor . . . Hi
Collins and'Mary Gies were fairly stomping up a dust storm with their
spirited stepping . . . and Marcia Connell and Casey Carter were runningt
a close second for honors . . . Bill Canfield was standing on the sidelines
watching Marietta Killian and Russ Strickland dd a couple of nifty steps,.
Eccentric Daicii . . . But Not Tap .. .
Reed Alexander and Harriette Babcock watched while Bill Forcey and
Ronnie Stilson did a solo . . . a very eccentric solo it was too . . . Dotty
Barrett and Al Roth came jup from below just as Rosemary "
McArthur and June Johnson appeared . . . Marge Williams
and Bill Parfet were there as usual . .. and Wally Hook and
Marge Stebbins came up too. . . Eddie Bach was standing in
the lobby surrounded by people ..
Michigamua, the Vulcans, and the Druids banded together .
to give some kind of an Honors dance at the Hyron Hills
Country Club Friday night . . and some of the couples went n,
on a picnic beforehand ... Jack Thom and Margaret Mary;
Thomas were at the dance ... and Tom McCann and Frank(
Coolidge were also there . .. during intermission they cooked f.
up a jam session with the piano player in the orchestra whilel
Poodie Pomeroy and Mary Johnson cheered them on, aided in
the cheering by Hope Hartwig
Some of the more bold and daring members of the student
body decided against an evening of inside entertainment
and had a picnic out at Walled Lake Saturday night . .
Phil Elder and Johnny Clark took to the wild life with a-
Heigh-ho and a cheerio to Ann Arbor . . . and Mary Helen
Hurley and Bob Hanley put on old clothes prepared for the
fun too . . . Marg McCall and Johnny Stewart were with the
crowd too and went for rides on the roller-coaster and things Even outt
there it's impossible to get entirely away from everyone and they met up1
with Marie Sawyer and Bob Henoch and Freddie Buesser and Betty Ronal
also out for something a little different from the fare served up aroundg
here in the way of entertainment....n

Military Ball
Guests Named
By Committee
To Use National Colors
For Theme; Fletcher
Henderson Will Play
Guests of committeemen for the
21st annual Military Ball to be held
from 10 p.m .to 2 a.m. Friday in the
Union Ballroom were announced re-
cently. X
Goff Smith, '38E, general chairman
of the dance, will have as his guest,
Nancy Dall, '39, and chairman of the
patrons and guests committe, Don-
ald M. Alexander, '38E, will go with
Julia Lanster. of Detroit.
Other Guests Named
Frances McLoughlin, '40, will be
the guest of John Cummisky, '38, f-
nance and tickets chairman, and
Carlton L. Nelson, '38E, will take
Betty Schuele, '39rJohn Cornelius,
'38, publicity chairman, will have as
his guest, Phyllis Crosby, '38, and
Cletus Hall, '40, will go as the giest
of Kingsley Kelly, '39BAd.'
Chairman of the floor comminiittee,
Gordon H. Arnold, '40, will go with
Wilma Cope, '40, and Theodore
Madden, '39, who has directed the
drill team, will take Vivian Wallen,
of W. Frankfort, Ill.
Guests of the decorations commit-
tee members are as follows: Betty
Meyers, '40, guest of Wilson B. Ar-
cher, '38; Marcia Connell, '39, guest of
Allen Andrews, '39; Harriet Shackle-
ton, '38, guest of Gilbert Phares,
'38E; and Ellen McDonald, '40, guest
of John M. Stevens, '39E.
Decorations Are Colorful
The national colors will be used
as the theme for decorations at the
dance for which Fletcher Hendrson
and his orchestra will play.
Red, white and blue bunting in va-
rious symmetrical designs will en-
circle the ballroom and set off an
American flag suspended at eitlwi'
end of the floor.
Dames Meeting
Will Be Tonight
Program, Annual election
And Auetion Scheduled
The Michigan Dames will hoid a
genral meeting at 8:15 p.m. today in
the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
At this meeting, the annual elec-
tion of officers for the coming year
will be held, followed by a program of
singing by the music group. An auc-
tion and swap sale will conclude the
program. Mrs. R. N. Weber will act
as auctioneer of the white elephants
which members of the group will
bring. Proceeds of this sale wil go
toward the initiation banquet for the'
new officers which will be given May
10 in the League.
Chairmen of the various stud
groups, acting as a nominating com-
mittee, have chosen the following to,
run for office: president, Mrs. M. A.
Shilling and Mrs. Walter Adrion;
ice-president, Mrs. Karl Karsian and
Mrs. R. D. Schick; recording secre-
ary, Mrs. Donald Tratt and Mrs. D.
H. Dixon; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Donald Church and Mrs. J. C.
Hall and treasurer, Mrs. C. N. Stau-
bach and Mrs. F. R. Blood.
Archery Club T oMeet
Toinorrow At W.A.B.
The archery club will hold its first
neeting at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the

Women's Athletic Building for all
women who are interested in partici-
pation.
The active spring season will open
aturday with two tournaments, a
novice women's tournament and an
advanced women's tournament.

Jackets Now In Vogue

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The advent of summer calls for a
white utility jacket to button over
pastel and navy frocks. This model,
with its style-right shoulder line
a and patch pockets, will prove ill-
dispensable to a versatile summer
wardrobe.
Places Available
Women II Co
By SUZANNE POTTER
Opportunities in volunteer com-
munity work for University women
living in Detroit during the summer
have been offered by the Volunteer
Service fqr College Women of the
Merrill-Palmer School, Ann Sprague,
executive secretary, announced.
The Volunteer Service was e Aab-
lished in April, 1933, for the purpose
of giving college women the .exper-
ience of applying their university
training by taking part in community
life after they have left the univer-.
sity. At the present time 55 alumnae
groups make up the membershio of
the organization and during the past
two years 154 women were active in
the service, 134 of them worked in 39
icifferent agencies.
Committee Offers Lectures
The Volunteer Service is one of the
groups making up the Central Voiun-
teer Committee of Social Agencies of
Detroit. In the winter of 1936-37 the
Committee offered two lecture courses
'at which authorities on the social
problems of Detroit gave lectures and
~led discussions.
The Toy Workshop Project was
opened in 1936 in the Crafts Room of
the Merrill-Palmer School, where the
workers make simple toys and rebind
old books for children of the hospitals
and public health clinics. The toys
are made entirely of waste material,
and are designed by the women in the
group. Another of the projects of
the service is concerned with Eloise
Mental Hospital. The Volunteer
Group has established a library for

Tea Dance Set Recreational Pro
For Thursday Appeals To 1
Prizes For Attendance, EDITOR'S NOTE: This is another In
a series of interviews with women who
Signatures Offered a individual i their selection of
I Continuing the practice, initiated By ELLEN CUTHBERT
last week, of awarding a prize to the Although a woman forester can't
man with the greatest number of do much field work, there are many
women 's signatures, Congress and As-dmuhiedwktrerem y
sembly will hold the fifth in their opportuities in offices, journalism.
series of Tea Dances from 4 to 6 p.m. and developing recreational projects
Thursday in the League Ballroom. which are open to her, Lillian Star-
The dance was formerly scheduled iett, '39F&C, has discovered.
for tomorrow but was changed yester- Miss Starrett hopes to do either
___________________________journalism or recreation work, prob-
FRESHMN WOMEN ably a combination of both. She
All eligible freshmen women hasn't taken any courses in journal-
who still want to be on a Fresh- ism, but has done quite a bit of writ-
man Project committee may do so ing at home. "Some of them even
by signing on a committee list got published," she laughed.
which will be posted in the U n- Cook Makes Good Pies
dergraduate Office all this week. Highlights of her summer at the
according to Helen Barnett, gen- forestry camp at Golden Lake were
eral chairman. the daily afternoon mail for which
there was a grand rush after the
day to avoid conflict with the Peace afternoon field trip and the "grand
daymtosaoidonfictm with therPeaceSwedish cook named Axel, who made
Demonstration tomorrow afternoon, the best apple pies I have ever eaten."
The winner in the men's contest She was the only woman at the camp,
will be presented with a carton of and lived with a Scotch couple five
cigarettes. There will also be a prize miles away. She wore boots and
for the women's dormitory. league breeches during the day at camp,
house or sorority with the greatest and changed to a dress for the trip
attendance. This week, however, back and forth. Some of the men
there will be a handicap plan worked at camp indulged in lather and raz-
out for the larger residences. ors, and some didn't. Most of them
Were glad of the chance to experi-
T1A. ment with beards far from civiliza-
For U iversity tion, she said.
.. Sincerity Is Important
Illy C r Vlee it depends almost entirely upon the
mmunity bevc eennurg
women whether men resent them in
--_masculine work, Miss Starrett com-
the women 'patients in which tley mented. If a woman really wants to
may read, sew, talk to each other, or wrk and is sincere about it, every-
participate in the games and singing
led by the members of the group. The
patients themselves make scrapbooks Interviews Start Today
which are distributed in the children's For J.G.P. Comnnittees
wards of the city hospitals.
Off-Shoot Of Main Group "Interviews for positions on the 1939
The Temporary Volunteer Service, Jinior Girls' Play ceritral -nommit-
an off-shoot of the main organization, tee will be conducted from 3 to 5
was organized to furnish temporary pm. today in the League Under-
volunteers for work in short-time ds
projects-such as the Community
Fund Drive or the Cancer Tag Day. Other interviewing hours are from
'. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and from 3 to
5:30 p.m. Friday. There will be no
Almnmaeo, rgyan zminterviewing Thursday. Only those
- wll who have petitioned need appear for
lIn Coliiuiiis, Oio interviews.
Thirty Michigan Alumnae met Re ular Daii Clsse
April 22 at the home of Mrs. Rich -
ard Klages in Columbus, Ohio for the Will Be Held This Week
purpose of organizing a new Alumnae
Group. mTheregular beginning and inter-
Mrs. Lucille B. Conger of the Al- mediate dancing classes will be held
umnae Council was present and told at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. today respective-
the group of recent campus activities, ly in the League Ballroom.
the newly elected League officers and All women are urged to attend both
installation banquet. She also spoke dancing classes.
to them of the new 10-Year Program
and the group voted to support the
campaign for the Mary Henderson :'
Cooperative Dormitory.
They elected Mrs. E. E. Dreese,
president; Mrs. Otto Guthe, vice-
president and Mrs. J. K. Johnson, -
secretary. Plans were made for an-
other meeting to be held in May and - " r
for attending the Annual Alumnae
Council meeting June 17. ; '

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