19,H THE MICHIGIAN AiLY
4th Annual Odonto Ball
Will Be Held Friday;
Barney Rapp To Play
The patrons list for the fourth an-
nual Odonto Ball given by the junior
class of the School of Dentistry will
be headed by Dean R. W. Bunting
of the dentistry school and Mrs.
Bunting, William R. Mann, general
chairman, announced yesterday.
The dance is to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday in the ballroom of
the Union, with music being fur-
nished by Barney Rapp and his New
All other patrons are members of
the dental school faculty. They are
Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Jeserich, Dr. and
Mrs. F. B. Vedder, Dr. and Mrs. o. C.
Applegate, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Kemp-
er, Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Kingery and
Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Moore.
Tickets may still be obtained from
members of the central committee
or at the dental school offices, Law-'
rence Zoerner, chairman of publicity
said. Other central committee mem-
bers are Robert Jones, ticket chair-
man, and Hugh G. Godfrey, patrons'
chairman. Co-chairmen in charge
of decorations are Edson K. Pool and
Ruby Wright, who has appeared
with Rapp's orchestra during its en-7
gagement at the Gibson Hotel in Cin-
cinnati where it broadcasts nightly,
will be the featured vocalist at the
Odonto Ball, Zoerner said.
Boat To Be Christened
By Claire L. Reed-Hill
Claire L. Reed-Hill, '42, of Helen
Newberry Residence, will christen the
coast guard cutter "Rariton" Friday
at the Defoe Boat and Motor Works,
in Bay City.-
Following the launching of the
"Rariton" at 12:30 p.m., Miss Reed-
Hill will attend a luncheon at the
country club of "Bay- City.
Miss Reed-Hill is the daughter of
Commodore and Mrs. Ellis Reed-Hill
of Washington, D.C.
To Start Series
Zeta Phi Eta To Sponsor
The study of the oral interpreta-
tion of literature is the purpose of a
series of Interpretation Hours .spon-
sored by Zeta Phi Eta, national pro-
fessional speech society, Mildred
MacArthur, '39, president of the so-
ciety has announced. The first of
the series will be held at 4 p.m. April
28 at the League in conjunction with
the Schoolmasters' Convention.
Invitations to participate have
been sent to 16 colleges and to the
speech teachers of mnore than 300
high schools. Prof. Bennett Weaver
will be acting chairman of the hour
and an informal reception will be
held at 3:15 p.m. before the meeting
for the participants, coaches and
members of the faculty.
Marguerite MacGregor, '39A, is,
general chairman of the affair, as-,
sisted by Maxine Blaess, '39, pub-,
licity; Elaine Kohl, '40, reservations;
And Jane Ann Rather, '39, reception.
Each college is limited to one rep-
resentative, who will be allowed six
minutes to present his selections. Or-j
iginal work is encouraged. The Inter-
pretation Hour is modeled after the,
Eastern Intercollegiate Poetry Read-
ing Association and it offers the op-
portunity for those interested in the
oral interpretation of good litera-
ture to meet and exchange ideas in
an informal session, Miss MacAr-
To Play At Slide Rule
Sale Of Remaining
Slide Rule Tickets
To Be Tomorrow
Ticket sale for Slide Rule Ball to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 31, in the ballroom of the
Union will continue tomorrow.
The remaining tickets will be on
sale from 8 a.m. until noon over the
arch in the West Engineering Build-
ing only to students holding en-
gineering identification cards, An-
derson Ashburn, '40E, publicity chair-
man, said. Open sale of any tickets
remaining after the morning sale will
be held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Union desk. The price is $3.50 per
Vincent Lopez and his orchestra
are furnishing music for the dance.
His advertised "Suave Swing" style
marks his transition from sweet to
swing music. The idea is carried out
in his vocalist, Betty Hutton, who has
been called "America's Number 1
Jitterburg" because of her perfor-
mances during the band's six months
engagement this season at the Casa
Manana in New York.
Elizabeth White Will Lead
Singing During Annual
March Around League
Sixteen Guards of Honor for the
traditional Senior Supper to be held
Wednesday at the League, have been
announced by Roberta Chissus, '39,
general chairman of the affair.
The honor guards will be stationed
along the line of the Senior March
through the building. Carolyn Priehs,
Lenore Johnston, Virginia Mulhol-
land, Barbara Talcott, Jeanette Beck,
Helen McCrae, Jane Lyon, Jane
Geisecke, Marie McElroy, Ruth Hart-
Contrary to a previous an-
nouncement, the price of senior
caps and gowns has been reduced
from $7.50 to $4.50 with a $3 re-
fund upon their return. The sale
will be held from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
tomorrow in the ballroom of the
League. Additional tickets for
Senior Supper may also be pur-
chased tomorrow in the ballroom,
Roberta Chissus, '39, announced,
man, Madeline Meyers, Dorothy Ar-
nold, Marjorie Merker, Mary Kath-
erine Adams, Rowena Lacoste and
Edna Kandelin have been chosen as
The march will start at the ball-
room and proceed through the length
of the first, second and third floors
of the building terminating in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. During
the march, in which the seniors will
walk by twos, Michigan songs are to
be sung. Elizabeth White, '39, is to
lead the singing.
During the meal all of last year's
JGP songs are to be sung. All those
women wearing fraternity pins will
I put on common pins, those who are
engaged will bite into a lemon and
women who have been married will
blow out a candle.
Seen in Vogue, Harper's Baza
Bottle Quoits, Golf-Tee Tenpins
Are "Good Clean Fun' At Parties
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Our Easter styles are simply gorgeous!
By MILDRED WILLIJAMS
If you're anywhere between the
ages of eight and eighty, chronologi-
cally speaking, you can't help but like
to play games. What's more, you're
probably getting tired of Chinese
checkers- and all sorts of wuizzes,
which take so much brain-power.
But here are some games that are
really different! Their greatest ap-
peal lies in the fact that they require
no practice, no concentration to tax
your feeble brains; they're simple,
easy to understand, and are guaran-
teed to provide an evening of good
The type of game has its origin in
"rotative" parties for children, but
grown-ups became so taken-in with
the idea it wasn't long before they
too joined in the tun.
WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Badminton: Club meeting at
4:15 p.m. Friday; mixed club
meeting at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday;
open play from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
tomorrow,rTuesday and Thurs-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.
Basketball: Club basketball at
4:30 p.m. and at 5 p.m. Tuesday'
and Thursday at Barbour Gym-
Bowling: 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily; 3 p.m. to
6 p.m. Saturday at the W.A.A.
'Dance Club: Composition and
Technique at 7:30 p.m, and Waltz
at 8:30 p.m. Thursday; Children's
Suite at 2 p.m. and Judith. and
Waltz at 3 p.m. Saturday at Bar-
Rifle: 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. to-
morrow, Wednesday and Friday;
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at the W.A.A.
Swimming Club: Meeting at 4
p.m. tomporrow at the Union
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Officers elected for Kappa Kappa
Gamma are: Jane Hart, '40, presi-
dent; Florence Brotherton, '40, re-
cording secretary; Mary Eleanor
MacCready, '41, corresponding sec-
retary; Dorothy Boyer, '41, regis-
trar; Beth O'Roke, '40, rushing chair-
man; Virginia Osgood, '41, pledge
mistress; Elinor Sevison, '41, treas-
urer; Dorothy Gilliam, '41, social
chairman and Earle Dodge, '40, ef-
Kappa Delta Rho
Kappa Delta Rho announces the
initiation of: William Coruthers, '42;
Robert Walbron, '42; Cass Saika, '41;
William Altman, '42 and Robert
Theta Delta Chi
The following were initiated into
Theta Delta Chi Saturday: Stanton
Allan, '42; Almon Copely, '41; Robert
Cretts, '42; Arthur Kuhn. '42; Don-
'ald Jones, '42; James McNamee, '42;
Stuart Mrk, '42; Omer Robbins, '42;
Wayne Stille, '42; David Rhame, '41
and Robert Wallace, '42. A banquet
was held in the evening and was at-
tended by William C. Restrick.
Delta Upsilon announces the in-
itiation of the following men: Henry
Barringer, '42; Warren Baughman,
'40E; Richard Boye, '40; Robert R.
Brown, Jr., '42E; Robert Caswell,
'41E; Fred Dannenfelser, '41E; Jack
Irwin, '41; Frank Grier, '42; Daniel
Raschbacher, '42E;,Samuel Russell,
142E; George' Schnier, '41E; Neil Ved-
der, '41; Arnold White, Jr., '41, and.
Carl Wolfston, Jr., '42.
For Nurses Dance
Miss Marion DureI), Miss Marie
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"Bottle Quoits" is one of the most
fascinating of all. Four tall-necked
bottles on the order of wine or quart
ginger-ale bottles are placed on a
table, in a fashion similar to an ar-
rangement for quoit-playing. Then,
with the use of simple rubber rings
from jars, the player attempts to
make a "ringer." The scoring is on
the same principle as that of quoits
and each player gets three attempts.
One of the best-liked of all is the
"umbrella toss." An umbrella is op-
ened and placed upside down on the
floor. From a line four feet away
a marble shooter or jack ball is
tossed so that it bounces and falls
in the umbrella. One point is scored I
each time the ball remains in the
umbrella. (And it's not so easy-as
you will find out---because the trick
is to make the ball stay in the um-
'Props' Include Kettle
The second one is the "Paper Plate
toss." Directions are simple. Place a
waste-paper basket, a large kettle or
a hat box on the floor. From a line
10 feet away, toss the paper plates
into the container. Players have
three attempts each turn and each
successful effort scores one point.
The "Golf-Tee Tenpins" is really
something. Arrange 10 golf tees on
a table in the triangular form used
in bowling. On a line about eight
feet away, with the use of a jack
ball or similar weapon, attempt to
knock the "pins." The scoring in
this game is the same as that in
bowling, and each player gets fis
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having her kitchen turned upside
down or having 'her good sterling
silver turned into playground equip-
ment, try these at your next sorority
or fraternity party!
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