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A nnual Odonto Ball W ill Be larch 24 At Unioi
Seniors To Sell Flowers;
Third Floor Of League
To Be Open To uest
More than 300 couples will dance
to the music of Blue Barron and his
orchestra at the annual Assembly
Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
today In the main ballroom of the
League, Charlotte Houk '39, general
charm n of the ball, announced.
A formal supper will be served at
7:30 p.m. before the dance in the
Ethel Fountain Hussy Room for those
who have made previous arrange-
mente; The second and third floors
ofthe League will be spn the entire
evening to those attending the dance.
Carnations To Be Sold
Carnations may be called for from
7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, Myrra
Short, '39, of Senior Society, stated.,
Those not already holding tickets
may- purchase them there at that
Miss Houk will attend the dance
with' Duncan McKee, '38E. Jack Mc-
Leod, '40BAd, will be the guest of
Patricia ' Matthews, '40, assistant
chairman. Ellen Krieghoff, '40, will
have as her guest, James Douglas,
401, and Arthur Kostman, '40, will
be he escort of Gladys Engel, '40.
Guests Of Commilttee
Janet Clark, '40, will attend the
dance with David Atlick, '40. Flor-
ence Michlinski, '39, has invited Jos-
eph Pipik, Grad., and Thomas Buer-;
nann, '39E, will be the guest of Maya
Gruhzit, '41. Frances Burgess, '39A,
will be escorted by Alston Voorhees,
'39E, and Betty Hall, '41, has invited
Harry Motley, Grad., to the dance.
Decorations for the dance will be
carried out in the famous Elsa Schia-
parelli color scheme, "shocking iink,"
silver and black, Miss Houk an-
nounced. The programs are to be
decorated in the same color scheme.
Another weekend rolls around with
more parties and dances to contribute
to the gaiety, while promises of spring
seem to make everyone merriment-
An informal dance will be given by
Kappa Sigma, at which the false
"shootings" featured at the last dance
are promised not to recur. Chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. Archie Peterson
and Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith.
Pledges of Alpha Chi Omega will
give a formal dance for the active
members from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. William Steere and-Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Trimby will chaper-
Motion pictures will be an added
attraction at the informal radio-
dance given by Rochdale House.
Chaperoning will be Dr. and Mrs. J
E. Maddy and Prof. and Mrs. G. W.
Spooner. Louis Feldman is chair-
man of the dance.
Phi 'Sigs To Give Radio-Dance
Phi Kappa Sigma will give an in-
forinal radio-dance from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Mr.' and Mrs. William Angell
and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Pratt will
chaperon. An informal radio-dance
will be given by Theta Chi. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Shroth and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Square dances and other of the
lusty old-fashioned types will be
danced by the guests at the Country
Party given by the Westminster
Guild in the social hall of the First
Presbyterian Church. G e r t r u d e
French, '41, is general chairman of
Day For Petitions
The deadline for petitions for
Frosh Project will be noon tomorrow,
Sybil Swartout, '39, chairman of
Judiciary Council, announced yester-
day. All petitions must be in the box
in the Undergraduate offices of the
League by that hour, or they will not
be considered by the Council.
Interviewing for the positions of
chairmen for the Project will begin
from 3 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday,
Miss Swartout said. Interviews will
also be held by Judiciary Council
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.\%Tuesday and
Wednesday. There will be no exten-
sion of the time of interviewing in
spite of the freshmen health lecture
Monday, Miss Swartout said.
CHARLOTTE HOUK, '39
Miss Houk will head the annual
Assembly Ball, to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the League
Ballroom. Blue Barron and his
orchestra will furnish the music
for the dance'.
Winq Awa rds
WAA Gives 'M' Scarf
For Activity In Sports
Four women have completed twot
seasons of sports'participation to win
the privilege of wearing the M scarf
award of the Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation and 13 have finished one sea-
son of participation, Ruth Hartmann,
'39, W.A.A. awards manager, an-
Jane, Campbell, '39, Cala Labor-
itz, . '39Ed, ,June Larson, '41, and
Rosebud Wolfson, '39, are the win-
ners of the award. Catherine Batsch-
elet, '4Ed, Jeanne Burt, '40Ed, Lois
Clingman, '41Ed, Sally Connery,
'40Ed, Florence Dyer, '40. and Mary
Hayes, '42Ed, have one season's par-
ticipation to their credit. f
The others who have completed one
season are Virginia Hoelzle, '40,,
Frances Hubbs, '40, Annette Kemper,
'42Ed, Helen Mosher, '40, Margaret
Meyer, '42, Mary Richardson, '4OEd,
and Margaret Thornhill, '39.1
The yellow and blue scarf with an
M insignia is the only individual
award offered by W.A.A. The privilege
of wearing this scarf is earned by
students who complete two seasons
of sports activity.
Dr. Peet To Speak Here
Dr. Max M. Peet, professor of sur-
gery and world famous brain special-
ist, will be one of the nine speakers
at the annual meeting of the Detroit
Academy of Surgeons in University
Hospital on March 9.
Of Dental Ball
Begin Sale Of 'Tickets At
Dental Office Tomorrow;
Band To Be Announced'
Odonto Ball, a formal dance given
annually by the junior class of the
School of Dentistry, will take place
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m'. Friday, March
24, in the ballroom of the Union. It
is a closed dance, given for dental
alumni, students, hygienists and their
friends. General chairman is Wil-
liam R. Mann.
Chairmen Are Listed
Lawrence A. Zoerner is chairman
of publicity and Robert M. Jones
is in charge of tickets. Patrons chair-
man is Hugh G. Godfrey and co-
chairmen in charge of decorations
are Edson K. Pool and Jules Flax.
:Walter F. Stump is in charge of pro-
gra"s and invitations.
The band to be contracted to fur-
nish music for the dance will be an-
nounced soon, Zoerner said. Ticket
sale will start tomorrow, and they
may be bought from any of the cen-
tral committee members listed above'
or at the dental office.
Last Year's Band Named
The third annual Odonto Ball was
held last year, Friday, March 18,
with R. Charles Valluzo, '39D, gen-
eral chairman. Rito Rio and her
Rhythm Girls who have appeared
in a theatre engagement here this
season provided the music.
Lend Smart Note4,
To Spring Fashion
Fashion decrees that skirts in-
crease their distance from the floor,
but the Modarn Miss has no objec-
tion what wtih the new influx of
charming, colorful petticoats. Candy-
striped taffeta petticoats rustle be-
witchingly beneath spring costumes,
and flash vividly in the breezes.
A quaint note is added to dark
sheers by striking plaid petticoats
with pleated ruffles on the bottom.
Piguet's creation of white eyelet
embroidery under a black wool dress
rivals the petticoats popular in grand-
mother's day. A dainty white petti-
coat, slightly showing, is *startling in
contrast to Patou's black faille suit
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Vivid, Youthful Prints Appearw
As Gay HarbigersOf Spring
In spite of the recent variable For the first cool days of spring, a
weather, spring is swiftly and surely dawn-grey print dress in silk with a
coming into view. Definite harbing- grey caracul six-pocketed jacket is
ers of spring appear in the shop win- ideal. This stunning creation has a
dows in the form of gay prints and full skirt and a youthful shirred waist.
novel, chic Easter bonnets. The jacket has a smart, high neck-
zations will be
prizes at the a
will be held from
day at the Union
from the gift of a
copies of The D
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The year 1915 shows its influence'
on present fashion in an ensemble
consisting of a wide, flared skirt and
a softly tucked little jacket. This
number comes in the popular new
combination of navy sheer wool with
a blouse of flesh pink:
Colorful prints, always favorites
when spring rolls around, are even
lovelier this year when combined with
dark, solid colored coats. The red-I
ingote silhouette is becoming in-I
creasingly popular with the flatter-
ing nipped-in waist and wide, flaring
Particularly stunning, is a coat and
dress ensemble in navy sheer rayon1
crepe. The streamlined, strictly
tailored lines of the outfit are re-
lieved by the wide fluttering skirt
and a perky white bow at the neck,
which add a becoming feminine note
"Primeur" is a costume consisting
of a dotted rayon dress of simple lines
with a matching flared coat. The
wide lapels of thecoat and the padded
shoulders lend a broad-shouldered ef-
fect to the outfit.
Black 'Doret' Wool
Another prelude to spring is found
in a costume of black "Doret" wool,
The box-pleated skirt is topped by a
silk waist of white dots on a black
ground. A smartly cut Eton jacket
completes the outfit. Pocket hankies
of the same material as the waist add
a note of trimming to the jacket.
For spring dressy occasions, Moly-
neux s bolero dress is the answer.
Striking navy and green are - com-
bined in the tight-fitting wool dress
with a buttoning, tailored bolero
jacket. Contrasting white grosgrain
ribbon forms a wide sash and huge
A cinnamon jacket of Juilliard wool
over a cinnamon and white dress with
princess lines adds a dash of vivid
color to the spring background. The
full jacket has a double row of but-
tons from the neck to the waistline.
The scalloped white collar is flatter-
ing to the face.
line, broad shoulders, and full sleeves
Deadline Is Set
Blanks Due March 10
Petitioning for the Ethel McCor-
mick scholarship will continue un-
til noon Friday, March 10, Sybil
Swartout, chairman of Judiciary
Council, announced yesterday. Peti-
tion blanks are available in the Un-
dergraduate office of the League.
Miss Swartout urged that all pe-
titions be placed in the petition box
in the League this week, to enable
the executive board to consider them
before the dead-line Saturday. Dates
for interviewing the applicants will
be announced later.
Any sophomore or junior woman
who has a scholastic average of 1.7 or
above is eligible to apply for the
scholarship. Qualifications of ability
and leadership in extracurricular ac-
tivities, character, good scholarship
and need will be considered by the
executive board in making the recom-
mendations of the winners.
The scholarship of $100 to
each of three women will be award-
ed at Installation Banquet Monday,
April 3 in the League.
Suede Boots, Moccasins
Are Novel For Campus
Novel shoes are becoming more
popular for campus wear, Hand-made
country boots of soft English suede
are both comfortable and smart. The
boots hug the ankles, and have con-
Flexible kid moccasins in two colors
have high tongues and are laced with
thongs. The soft soles provide com-
fort for long hikes and for the ex-
cessive amount of campus walking.
TWO VERY NEW
..V E RY SMART
Be Awarded At Activities Ball Tonight
of student organi- passes to the Union, Jim Halligan, '4
present to award social chairman of the Union ar
ctivities Ball which nounced.
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to- Reservations may be made toda
a. Prizes will range Halligan said and urged all studen
a free Ensian to free planning to come to arrive early,
aily, Gargoyle and be present for awarding of prize
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with cuban heel!
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twin to the tie.., a slip-on
with a "v-neck". . open
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1939 variations and colors smart
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Grandma called it a hug-me-
tight. Granddaughter calls it
the little girl suit - in soft
Beige tweed and Tulip colors.
$12.95 and $16.95