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RLSDAY, JANZA, 1VA

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

PAGE FIVE

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Men To Attend
League House
Buffet Supper

Tyrole"n Motif Persists

Moping On The Mall
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New Educatioi Mousher HalTo Entertain Io Iiterview Today
L T i,,Facult ' At Di r Toda*u1' 2 For Asse bly. Bali

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Graduate Luncheon Guests
Old Man Winter is here to stay-or at least that's what W.A.A. hopes. Hear Prof. W. C. Olson
For plans are now afoot for a big Winter Carnival to be held the first "People learn what they experi-
week-end of the new semester. Betty Patten, who is a champion sports- ence," according to Prof. Willard C.
woman in her own right, is in charge of it all. lnere will be ski racing, Olson of the Schooi of Education,
fancy skating <tere is going to be a new skating rink on Palmer Field) and who spoke at the Graduate Luncheon,

Sponsoring Affair
Congress, independent men's or-
ganization, and seven women's dor-
mitries will cooperate with the
League House Representatives in giv-
ing their second Sunday Night Sup-
per, which will be held at 6 p.m.,
Sunday, in the League.
The buffet supper will be served in
the League Ballroom, and the charge
will be 35 cents. All students wish-!
ing to attend must make reservations
before Sunday, according to Elizabeth
Notley, '39, chairman of the Repre-
sentatives. The entire third floor of
the League will be thrown open for
the affair, and guests will be able to
play ping pong, cards and listen to
the electrical phonograph in the
Grand Rapids Room,
Jniors in the College of Engineer -
ing are the specially invited guests to
the supper, according to Miss Notley,
'Faculty guests will be Dean and Mrs.
Joseph Bursley and Prof. and Mrs.
Johh Emswiler, of the College of En-
ginefting.
Allmen and women attending the
suppibr are urged to come stag. The
Congress committee is headed by Ju-
lian' Frederick, Grad. Hostesses for
the affair will be women living in
Zones I and I, which include the
Carney, Kunkel, Curtis, Austin, John-
son, Feiner, Paul, Rock, Asman, Gor-
tcn, Jeffrey and Hemingway league
houses.
The dormitories which will work
with the league houses and Congress
are Mosher-Jordan Halls, Betsy Bar.
bour House, Helen Newberry Resi-
dence, Martha Cook Building, Adelia
Cheever House, Alumnae House and
University House.
Lorraine Lievrouw, '40, is chairman
of the dormitory committee which is
composed of Ruth Carr, '38, of Mosh-
er Hall; Marian Gommesen, '38, of
Martha Cook Building; Frances Mc-
Kinney, '38Ed., of Betsy Barbour
Residence; Anna Rizzardi, '38, of
Adelia Cheever House and Zenovia
Skoratko, '40, of Alumnae House.
LaueDanc
Will Guarantee
An "'A' heibook
Forget impending examinations,
but at the same time give a thought
to the Blue Book Dance which will
be held Saturday night in the League
Ballroom.
"Walk right through" a blue book
in the course of 'Leagueology." Prof.
Mirth N. Funn is to 'begin this new
subject with an examination, but he
will provide his studetns with all A
blue books.
In order to keep up everyone's spirit
even further, Professor Funn plans to
put in some of these blue books com-
plimentary tickets to a future League
dance. Who will the lucky students
be? No one knows-no one will know
until Saturday night.
The box office of the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre will be open from
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily throughout
the week for the sale of tickets for
"This Proud Pilgrimage," which
will open at 8:30 p.m. today.
Mary Jane Mueller, '38, is chair-
man of the tnew committee in charge
f this and the remaining League
dances. Other members include Hope
Hartwig, '38, Margaret Ann Ayers,
'31, Roberta Melin, '38, Marcia Con-
nell, '39, Norma Curtis, '39, Helen
Jean Dean, '39, Jean Holland, '39,
Madeline Krieghoff, '39, Elizabeth
Notley, '39, Stephanie Parfet, '39, Bar-
bara Paterson, '39, and Harriet Pom-
eroy, '39.
This committee has planned novel-
ty dances for next semester as well as
several special features.
Its primary concern now, howevi,
is in getting the students on campus
to forget their traditional fear of

blue books and to remember that
"Leagueology" is one course in which -
they can all receive A.
Finnish Chorus
is Entertaied
Glee %'hih I4o1ds ,Ieceptwof
At Union After Coner
The University Glee Club was host
to the Finnish Chorus from the
University of Helsinki at a reception
Tuesday evening in the Union. Meni-
bers of the Suomi Club, composed 01
i-nnish students on campus were spe-
cial guests.
Other guests of honor who attended
the reception after the concert were
members of the faculty of the School
of Music: Prof. David Mattern, Prof.
Earl V. Moore, and Charles A. Sim,,.
pi:esident of the School of Music.

faculty dinner at 6 p.m. today. Interviewing for positions on the
Guests include Prof. and Mrs. John central committee of Assembly Ball.
F. Shepard, Prof, and Mrs. "Willianmwhich will be held Friday, March 11
. in the League Ballroom, is to be given
A. McLaughlin, Prof. and Mrs. Rich- from 3 to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow
ard C. Fuller. Prof. Margaret Mann, tin the Council Room of the League.
Prof. Eunice Wead, Prof. and Mrs. "Only those women wishing com-
Howard B. Lewis. P ;f. Edward B. mittee chairmanships need to be in-
Greene. Prof. and .viMrs. Joseph R. terviewed," Norma Curtis, '39, general
Hayden. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Vander chairman of the ball, announced. She
added that the officers of Assembly
Schalie. Dr. Luther C. Carpenter. Jr., Organization and she will compose
Dr. Elzada U. Clover, Dr. and Mrs. the interviewing committee.
Carl E. Guthe, and Miss Lois C. Lil- The names of those who are to hold
lick. these positions will be announced
Mrs. Frederick G. Ray, and Miss Tuesday, Miss Curtis said. Petition-
Jean Keller will be the hostesses and ing for positions on committees was
Ruth Katz, '41, will be at the piano. closed yesterday.

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it all will be followed by dancing. Both men and -
women are eligible to compete and if they so desire
-hould get in touch with Betty.
The W.A.A. tea for Zone VII was a great sue-
fess. Mary Redden did calling for a Virginia Reel
-nd among those who participated were Phyllis
Cavanaugh, Betty Juliet (the prize Big Appler)
Mary Morton, Alberta Royal. and Virginia Allen,
the capable chairman of the affair.,
Fencing is definitely very popular. Olga Dobosz,
Kay Taylor, R uh Field, Jane Scott, Nina Svidlow, and Julia Ann Upson are
all enthusiasts. Plans are now in the air for a big five..way fencing meet,
but there will be more about that in the near future. Badminton is now
actually holding a tourney. Grace Barton, Barbara Wheat, Marjorie Miller,
Mary von der Heidt, Donna Cochrane. and Jean Millard are all signed up
foi it.
he TrneIy's The Thin . .

held yesterday noon in the League.
Professor Olson spoke informally on
"Education for Social Responsibility."
He discussed the problems of ele-
mentary and secondary education
stating that two views are prevail-
ing, a conservative and a progressive.
Up until now elementary and secon-1
dary education have been considered
as a preparation for something in the
future and as a selective agency. The
ideal school system should provide for
individuals up to 18 years of age
whether they be geniuses or morons.
Everyone should graduate from high
school, he said.
iProf. Olson claims the competitive
marking system is not necessary for
he believes it only leads to "detour
behavior."

A Tyrolean sweater similar to
this one will ieplenish a jaded win-
tPr wardrobe and brighten any
"fre-final" blues. Cheery spring
flowers have been scattered attrac-
tively over a delicate pastel back-
ground and promise to make these
sweaters favorites for wear under
Spring suits.

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! In fact tournaments seem to be in the things to do. There are reports
FeltStraw ik j of one in bowling. There we have an individual one, with an intramural
one coming up next semester, and a major-staff ,tourney 'how in progress.
To Fashw lNew The bug has also hit basketball. There is a suspicion that the staff will
r.play the senior majors next Monday, and of course there is always the
Spring H at basketball intramural tournament. That makes news every week. Jordan
StHall, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Zone IV, and Helen Newberry were all among
the winners this week, and now the end is nearing with finals (both academic
At this time of year, feminine and athletic) coming up. And the list of tourneys does not even stop here.
tnoughts turn to spring clothes. And Club basketball. ten teams strong, starts off the first of the new semester
Yeats in particular come into the fore- { with a bang (a tournament to you). The winning team will, play against
ground.' A new hat will do miracies the women's team of Columbia. Here's luck to Michigan!
for that tired mid-winter feeling j
Frt hat tire mid-ite mfseel The Skg Session was a jazzy place last night. Merida Hobart, Betty
Felt hats are still the most popular-, Collins, Bob Hockbcrgcr, Chuck Piobst, Maiy-Jean Sanford, Dorothy Maul,
but straw is a very close runner-up.kClis o okegrCukPosMr-enSnorDrtyMuLgoni nipratnwtp fGog Rlsn oeaLcse ooh neHzigaA uos
Leghorn is an important new type of George Ruhison, Rowena Lacoste. Dorothy Anne Hemingway, Al DuBois,
straw, and Panama is a very attrac- Marney Coe, Mark Beach, Harry Howell and Margaret Moore were all
tive sportier texture. Shiny, rough throwin' their weight around up at the League. Doug Gregory and Marie
straws are very smart, especially injSawyer were of course holding full sway as instructors. The tango and
t'he breton sailor hat. Felt comes in truckin' were the lessons of the evening, and for a little irest the whole crowd
lovely pastels and bright accent col- swung on into the Big Apple. with a sort of a London Bridge finale for the
o, s which are very good foi' sprint, wind-up.,
Entire hats of silk and satin are in-.
popular for their dressy quality. A -Dj 1'fI) tic
local shop shows an exciting turban ;Q l JI
of two-colored silk ribbon, wvound
around and around and ending with J.G.P. dance practice at the W.A,B. has been coming along by fits and
a trailing streamer. This same shop !starts. About 70 girls have been attending the classes,
shows an unusual beret of belting rib- 1which are presided over by Charlotte Poock and her
bon, in lovely pastel shades, which are-. trusty Man Friday, Marguerite Ganzhorn. The gals form
quite popular for wear with fur coats
attitiop rfr year wihin four rows, which rotate throughout the rehearsal.
Veilstand ribbons are the out- .. . (Sounds like a ferris wheel.) The first row steps to the
standing decorations. Veils are back, the second takes the front position, and so on.
found in some imaginative manner on Virginia Mulholland, Marie McElroy, Virginia Cald-
most of the new hats. well, Betty Van Dusen, Madeleine Krieghoff, Marcia

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J.G.P. MUSIC COMMITTEE
An important meeting of the music
committee of the 1938 Junior Girls
Play will beheld at 4:30 p.m. today at
the League, according to Grace Wil-
son, chairman of the committee. The
publicity committee will meet at 4
p.m.

V"' Connell, Frances Sutherland. Martha Tillman, Becky
Bursley, Kay Steiner, Virginia Osterman, Patty Haff and Marietta Killian are
only a few of ,he energetic chorines. However, everything has been called
off until the first week of next semester, when the final routines will be set
and the actual chorus chosen.
Enough of this trivia; Minnie must climb into her rocket ship and roar
on home. Next week's feature will be the seven most beautiful MICE on,
campus.

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