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Vincent Lopez And Orchestra

To Sell Tickets
To Engineering
Annual Dance To Be Held
Friday, March 31; Betty,
Sutton Will Be Vocalist
Vincent Lopez and his orchestra I
have been contracted to play for the;
tenth annual Slide Rule Ball to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 31, in the Union Ballroom. It
is the official dance of the engineer-
ing school sponsored by the Michi-
gan Technic. Walton A. Rodger,
'39E, is general chairman.
Ticket sale, which opened yester-
day, will be continued today when
the limited number of tickets re-
maining will be offered to engineer-
ing students from 9 a.m. to noon over
the arch in the West Engineering
Building. Students must hold en-
gineering identification cards, An-
derson Ashburn, '40E, publicity chair-
man, said. Any remaining tickets
will be opened to general sale from
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday at the Union
desk. The price is $3.50 per couple.
Lopez will feature as vocalists New
York socialite Betty Hutton and
Johnnie Morris, who is also featured
on drums. The orchestra which ad-
vertises "suave swing" comes to Ann
Arbor direct from an engagement at
Billy Rose's Casa Manana in New
York. It has previously appeared
there at the Hotels St. Regis and
Ambassador and at the Chez Paris in
Other members of the central com-
mittee are Richard G. Tarbell, '39E,
finance chairman; Richard M.
Adams, '40E, music chairman; M.
Robert Herman, '40E, chairman of
tickets and programs; Donald F. Van
Loon, '39E, chairman of the floor
committee, and George Hanson, '39E,
patrons chairman. Wesley W. War-
ren, '39E, chairman of the decora-
tions committee, will be assisted b
Robert F. May, '39E, and Jack Stev-
ens, 139E.

Head 300 Couples A tCapitalist Ball


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WillPlayFor Slide Rule Ball
Dinners Precede Capitalist Ball Will Hold Dance Contest
_ At Birthday Ball Tonight .
The Capitalist Ball provided danc- Black and white taffeta was chosen The Michigan "Birthday Ball,"
ing pleasure for over 300 couples from !by Lillian Tolhurst, '40, who was the which will be held at the regular in- DRESSES
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday in the guest of Stanley Trubey, '40BAd, formal Union dance tonight, will fea-
Union ballroom. Frank Dailey and Warren Bosworth, '39BAd, was seen ture a dance contest. Instructors of
his orchestra played for the affair. with Peggy Strand, '41, who appearedts
Among the fraternities who held In black silk cut on Grecian lines., the League swing sessions will pink
formal dinners before the dance are with a fuschia girdle. eles. andthe winnes willdeciwent
Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Neil Seegert, '40BAd, invited Vir- free tickets to the swing sessions
and Lambda Chi Alpha, who honored ina Keillolz, '41, who wore a strap- which will be held at the League af- to college
Jack MacLeod, '40BAd, co-chairman
of the dance. Frank Dailey was a less blue taffeta gown. Elizabeth ter Spring Vacation.
guest at the dinner. Boothby. '40, dressed in hyacinth The "Ball" will be a continuation herself
Paul Simson, '39BAd, attended blue taffeta made with a hoop skirt, of the festivities centering about the
with Mary McClure, '39, who wore was the guest of Joseph Bibik, '40BAd. Birthday Party broadcast. -
purple chiffon with a beaded bodice. - With a tiny budget, and a great
desire to look smart, Kay Dunhill
learned what young moderns are
en Iifor m al Iup against. And out of her dis-
appointments grew the frantic
Radio0 ances desire to make the kind of clothes
that she'd been searching for ..
simple, good-taste dresses, made
e Tonuohtso well that they would look ex-
Twelve dances, two formal and 10
informal, will be given tonight. Radio
dances are still prdving popular, but
with the advent of spring, chapter
houses are sprinkling the party list , a semy
with more formal affairs.
Alpha Kappa Kappa will give a beginning
radio dance tonight, for which Dr.
and Mrs. Albert Huestis and Mr. andI-
Mrs. Robert Trimby will chaperon. I want every dress I make to have
The theme of the Alpha Kappa three-inch hems so that they will
Lambda party will be "sports." Chap- hang beautifully and can be len-
erons will b Mr. and Mrs. M. L. thened at will. I also want good
Denise and &r. and Mrs. Ervin La generous side seams and wide
Roe. edgings all the way through. So
Radio Dances Popular my dresses can be adjusted for
Bridge and dancing is the enter- wider hips and when they've been
tainment planned for the party be- sat in for endless hours in class-
ing given by the Alpha Kappa Psi rooms, the seams won't pull out
fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. and fray before they can be mend-
Barden and Mr. and Mrs. Edward ed." She was wild-eyed on the
Schmidt will be chaperoning. A radio ardsubjet and non-skmning stand-
dance followed by a buffet supper ards were adopted from the start.
will be given at the Alpha Omicron She
Pi house. Chaperoning will be Mrs.
M. A. Underwood and Dr. and Mrs.
Barnard Foster. put us
Joe College and his inevitable Jose- "SORRY SON -- min
phine will be seen at the Alpha Sig-
ma Phi party. Mr. and Mrs. Frank stitches
'Mason,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker
and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hanniel have Goimg to J.G.P. to see
been asked to chaperon. ..
Sorority Gives Dance
A formal dance given by the ini- "Let's finish every Kay Dunhill
tiates for the active members will be f frock with costly looking, fine
held at the Chi Omega house from stitches. It will make all the dif-
9 p.m. to midnight. Bill Boyd and ference in the world," she contin-
his orchestra will play for the women ued. So out to the workroom we
and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. O. went, a whole organization of men
V. Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank trailing her meekly. One machine
De Vine will chaperon. stitch was examined after another
Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCowan and finally when we found one of
and Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Curtis tiffany perfection, she exclaimed,
are chaperoning the informal radio "That is it!" So we've been using
dance being given at the Delta Theta. fine stitched edgings ever since.
Phi house. An informal radio dance It took some production magic to
will also be given at the Lambda do it on inexpensive dresses, but
Chi Alpha house from 8 p.m. to mid- look for yourself ., ,.you'll find
night. Chaperons will be Mr. and them on each and every frock.
Mrs. Robert Graham and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Baker.
Theta Xi Entertains
The members of Theta Chi fra- Back
ternity have been invited to attend
the informal dance being given by
Theta Xi fraternity. Prof. and Mrs. Yie
William D. Revelli, Prof. and Mrs.
Henry M. Kendell and Mr. and Mrs. important
James W. Freeman will chaperon.
The second formal affair of the
evening will be given at the Zeta
Beta Tau house in honor of the fra-
ternity's initiates. The merrymakers Men seem to think that girls only
will dance to the music of Bill Mc- come into rooms, that they never
Kay's orchestra. Chaperoning will Ce go out. And that must be the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ackerman and reason why some dresses look so
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bothman. skimpy in back. "I want every
The-members of the Girls' Cooper- Kay Dunhill dress to be cut to
ative House are giving a radio dance a hang as gracefully in back as it

and party from 9 p.m. to midnight. does in front." And this verdict
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Hunt will of Kay Dunhill's led us to intro-
chaperon duce .
--- asize
Elections and initiatins - spector
nounced by chapter houses are :n4pt-
Lambda Chi Alpha: Newly elected
officers are: president, William Hope,
e- i u ' Ec"it BUY N EXT YEAR'S FUR COAT NOW who actually looks like an old-
41P; secretary, Don Ryker, '41E and fashioned school teacher, she's
treasurer, Lawrence Randren, '41.ntte that fussy, and every dress that
Phi Epsilon Pi: Recently initiated at leaves the factory must have her
were: Stanley Berlow, '41; Noel Buck- O.K. for size and fit. And no mat-
ner, '42; Edward Joffe, '42; Richard you'll SAVE more money ter how rushed we are, the routine
Lehman, '42; Nathaniel Ritter, '42; never varies.
Louis Rosenberg, '42 and Richard than you'll ctua invest
Ungar, '42E. Popularity
Officers of the fraternity are: su- bed
er s Warre Brcer'40; vice-su- 79 COATS to choose from and no two alike!
perior, Warren Brock, '4;vc-s-Jed
perior, Bert Michael, '40; treasurer, When you buy at Zwerdling's you are sure of
John Sykes, '41: corresponding secre- -
tary, Nathaniel Ritter, '42; recording correct fashion, fine skins and expert work- fabri
secretary,hRichard Lehman, '42 and manship throughout the garment. fabrics
steward, Emanuel Knobloch, '40. Most fabrics today are excellent
Theta Chi: New members of the A small deposit reserves your selection, insured . . . but it takes a little luck to
fraternity are : Donald R. Boyer, '40;gethbstotelt.Ta'wy
Walter C. Cowles, '42; Donald . storage free, no interest or carrying charge. success leads to more successes.
Crumbaker, '42; James H. Garvin, Kay Dunhill frocks sell in suffi-
'42; John H. Gracey, '42; Jack A. cient number to use a large-sized
Grady, '42; Rolf E. Muenter, '40; Paul order of fabrics . . . and for that
Nielson, '40. EXPERT REMODELING and reason Kay frequently gets first
- -REPAIRING at LOWEST PRICES. choice.. . she plans her own col-
ors and then has the prints she
] ops, Gowns & Hoods uses confined to Kay Dunhill ..
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East University at Oakland. Dial 3779
Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, Director
Sunday, 6:45 P.M. Meeting of the Hillel News
7:30 P.M. Forum. Speaker: Professor Wil-
liam Haber.
Tuesday, 7:30 P.M. Avukah meeting.
Thursday, 8:00 P.M. Current Jewish Prob-
lems Class.
Friday, 8:00 P.M. Reform Services. Sermon
by Dr. Rabinowitz. Topic: "Chassidism."
1432 Washtenaw Avenue. Dial 2-4466
William P. Lemon, D.D. Minister.
Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant
Palmer Christian. Director of Music.
9:30 A.M. Church School. Classes for all
age groups.
9:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Levee of the Mr.
and Mrs. Club.
10:45 A.M. Morning Worship Service.
Sermon by the Rev. Willis L. Gelston, D.D.,
of the Highland Park Presbyterian Church.
Special Lenten music by the student choir.
10:45 A.M. Nursery for small-children tiuring
the Morning Worship Service.
6:00 P.M. Meeting of the Tuxis Society, high
school group, in the Vance Parlor.
6:00 P.M. Westminster Guild, student group,
will meet for supper and a fellowship hour.
At the meeting which follows at 7 o'clock
the discussion groups will be continued.
State and Washington Streets
Chas. W. Brashares, Minister.
Earl Sawyer, Minister
9:45 A.M. Student Class at Stalker Hall.
10:40 A.M. Worship Service. Dr. Brashare's
subject will be "The Meek Today." The
choir, under the direction of Achilles Tal-
iaferro, will sing special music. Warren
Foster will sing the solo part in "Seek Ye
the Lord." The choir will sing the negro
spiritual, "Jesus, Walk This Lonesome Val-
ley," by Dawson.

409 South Division Street
10:30 a.m. Sunday Service
11:45 a.m. Sunday School for pupils up to the
age of 20 years
7:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening Testimony
Free Public Reading Rooms at 206 East
Liberty St. open daily except Sundays and
holidays from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Theodore Schmale, Pastor.

432 South Fourth Avenue

Dial 8498

9:00 A.M.
9:30 A.M.
10:30 A.M.
6:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.

Early Service (conducted in Ger-
Church School.
Morning Worship.
"Life's Deeper Meaning."
Student Fellowship.
Young People's League.

512 E. Huron.
Dr. Howard Chapman, University Pastor.
John Mason Wells, D.D., Stated Supply.
9:30 A.M. The Church School.
10:45 A.M. Dr. John Mason Wells will fill the
pulpit. His topic will be "What Crucified
6:15 P.M. Roger Williams Guild. The stu-
dents will discuss the church influence in
public social action.
Masonic Temple
327 South Fourth Avenue
Harold J. DeVries, Pastor
10:00 A.M. Sunday School.
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship. "The King of

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