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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Jean Holland Is Chairman Of League
Installation Banquet To Be March 30

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All Women Are Invited;
Councils To Be Named
And Societies To Tap
Jean Holland, '39,' president of the
League, wlil act as general chairman
for the 1939 Installation Banquet to
be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 30 in
the ballroom and Grand Rapids
Room of the League. She will be as-
sisted by Sybil Swartout, '39, chair-
man of Judiciary Council.
Honor Societies To Tap
All women are invited to attend
the annual banquet. League com-
mittee chairmen will be announced,
Senior Society and Mortar Board,
senior honor societies, will tap and
the three winners of the Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarship will be an-
nounced.
New members of Judiciary Coun-
cil, committee heads for Freshman
Project, the new president of the
Women's Athletic Association, the
W.A.A. board and council will be in-
troduced aspart of the program.
'Miss Holland will be in charge of
the program in the League ballroom
and Miss Swartout will make the
announcements in the Grand Rapids
room. A radio system will be in-
stalled to enable the women attend-
ing to hear the intiroductions and the
tapping in each room.
Members Of Committees
Other-members of the central com-
mittee for Installation Banquet who
will help with the arrangements are:
Marcia Connell, '39, decorations
chairman; Harriet Pomeroy, '39,
chairman of patrons; Dorothea
Staebler, publicity head; Stephanie
Parfet, '39, program chairman; Made-
line Krieghoff, '39, chairman of tick-
ets; Betty Spangler, '39, seating
chairman; and Grace Wilson, '39,
music chairman.
Dates for the sale of tickets for
the banquet will be announced later.
Group tickets may be purchased, and
seating will be arranged according
to affiliation.

Barney Rapp To Play

Debate Teams
Will Continue

Series

Today

Aniual Odonto Ball
Will e Broadcast
Over Radio Friday
A half-hour radio program will be
presented by Barney Rapp and his
New Englanders as part of the fourth
annual Odonto Ball to be held this
Friday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the ballrooms of the Union, William
R. Mann, general chairman an-
nounced yesterday.
The program will be broadcast over
WJR between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m., and
it will feature Rapp's vocalist, Ruby
Wright. Among the numbers to be
broadcast will be Stardust, Deep
Purple, Hold Tight, Melancholy Baby,,
Dancing in the Dark and Alexander's
Rag-time Band, several of them ar-
ranged in medley form.
Decorations for the dance will be
flowers and ferns in the tradition of
spring, Lawrence Zoerner, publicity
chairman, said. Odonto is given by
the junior class of the School of
Dentistry, open to students in the
school, to hygeinists and alumni.

Goodyear's Spring Style Show
Will Be Held Today At League

Goodyear's Spring Fashion Show
will be held at 8 p.m. today in the
League Ballroom. 86 costumes, with
appropriate accessories, will be
shown. Reade Pierce and his band
will furnish the music for the show.
One of the outstanding costumes
to be modeled is a "Midshipman Top-
coat" in red, white and blue im-
ported plaid tweed, worn over a
"little-girl" suit in navy tweed. With
it will be worn a deep-crowned rough
navy straw sailor with white ribbo,n
trim.
A two-piece tweed suit in "hunt-
ing" plaid has a one-button, cardi-
gan neckline jacket. With it is worn
a yellow shirtwaist blouse and a gold
Knox sailor with the new higher
crown, trimmed with red and blue
ribbons.
A pure silk afternoon dress in ele-
phant grey with red, black and white
all-over print design buttons down
the front. An attached hood forms
a graceful cape effect when not
worn over the head.
A beige evening gown is made of
Merchandising
Expert To Talk
L. B. Sappington Names
Needs Of Modern Stylists

fish-net material with a draped bo-
dice and a full skirt. With it is worn
a wide japonica girdle in soft crushed
kid, and sea-shell bracelets to carry
out the sea motif.
A silk crepe jacket dress in navy
green looks very cool and fresh, espe-
cially when accented by collar, sleeve
edgings and shaggy flower of crisp
white pique. Worn with it is a hat
in gold milan with purple taffeta
ribbon around the crown.
Oklahoma Dean
Advocates D.Q4
In College Life
The young "Counselor of Women"
at the University of Oklahoma, (the
old fashioned title is Dean of Wom-
en) thinks a college ought to worry
as much about a girl's D.Q. (dating
quotient) as about her LQ. (in-
telligent quotient).
This amazing young woman, Mar-
garet B. Stephenson, says, "It is more
important to any normal person to
have friends, to be recognized and
respected as a person, and to be part
of a social group than to study any
subject, no matter how interesting
and important that subject may be."
She also pointed out that the so-
cially maladjusted girl is likely to be
found living in one of the less de-
sireable rooming houses rather than
in a dormitory, that often she is a
student who either is working her
way through and hasn't the time or
the clothes to get into the "social
swing," or.she is a very brilliant girl
who is over conscientious and spends
all of her time with her "nose in a
book."
The girl who makes Phi Beta Kap-
pa may think that she is getting the
most out of her four years of col-
leges, Miss Stephenson said, but then
she may be getting nothing else but
grades. If- that is the case, when it
comes to getting a job or a husband,
and who doesn't want one or both,
the girl who made average grades and
had time for activities and dating
will show her up, Miss Stephenson
concluded.
Supper To Be Held
At League Stnday
The Social Committees of the
League and Congress are jointly
sponsoring the third Sunday Night
Supper of the year, to be held at 6
p.m. Sunday in the Russian Tea
Room of the League.
The theme of this supper will be
Spring Vacation, and during the1

Three contests of the second series
of the women's intramural debates
will be held at 4 p.m. today in Angell
Hall. All students and faculty mem-
bers are invited to attend.
William Centner, '39BAd, will judge
the debates between Zenovia Skorat-
ko, '40, and Dorcas Corrin, Grad.,
affirmative team of Alumnae House
and Jordan Hall, and Agnes Crow,
and Nancy Gould, negative team of
Betsy Barbour Residence in Room
1025 Angell Hall.
Participants Are Listed
Margaret McDermatt, and Jose-
phine Kift, Zeta Tau Alpha's af-
firmative team., will debate Grace
Helen Barton, and Janet Sergeant,
Martha Cook negative team 11, in
Room 1035. Clarence Clifford, Grad.,
will act as judge.
The third debate between Jean
Maxted, and Mary Martha Taylor,
of Martha Cook Residence affirma-
tive ,team I, and Jane Sapp, and
Elizabeth Caster, negative team of
Mosher Hall, will be held in Room
4208.
The three winning teams will en-
ter the semi-finals of the intra-
mural debate contest. All teams
will argue the question, "Resolved:
that intercollegiate athletics should
be subsidized."
Mrs. Crandall Is Advisor
All students and faculty members
interested are urged to attend. Mrs.
Frederic o. Crandall, of the Univer-
sity speech department, is acting as
faculty adviser for the debates, and
Betty Bricker, '40, and Anne Haw-
ley, '40, are co-chairmen, The judges
for this second series of debates all
have been formerly connected with
some phase of debating.
Announce Sale
Of Ball Tickets
Two Groups To Receive
Purchasing Preference
Tickets for the annual Military
Ball, to be given Friday, April 28, in
the ballroom of the Union, are to be
sold on a strictly cash basis, and will
be allotted to students in a different
manner than has been used in form-
er years, Walter J. Hinkle, '40, pub-
licity chairman, announced yester-
day.
Tickets will be set aside for two
groups, instead of being reserved for
individuals as before. Advanced
students and reserve officers will have
preference from the opening day of
the sale, Saturday, April 1, to the
Wednesday after Spring Vacation,
April 19. One hundred and fifty
tickets will be alloted to this group.
The basic students have 100 tickets
given them and will be able to pur-
chase them beginning Wednesday,
April 19.
Tickets will be sold at the Regi-
mental Council Office in the en-
gineering annex. The price will be
$3. Paul H. Simpson, '39BAd, chair-
man of finance and tickets commit-
tee, stressed the fact that they will
be sold on a cash basis only
Cancer Control
Drive To Begin
Local Officers Are Named
Heads Of Enlistment Call
Officers in the local chapter of
the Women's Field Army of the
American Society for the Control of
Cancer who are participating in the
April enlistment campaign have been
announced by Mrs. Cyrus C. Sturgis,
publicity chairman.

Mrs. H. Marvin Pollard is vice-
commander. Mrs. Bradley M. Patten
is captain, and has under her five
lieutenants including Mrs. J. L.
Brumm, Mrs. Arthur Hackett, Mrs.
C. H. McKinley, Mrs. William Giefel
and Mrs. Peter Van Boven.
Lieutenantsin the group os Mrs.
W. S: Peck, captain, are Mrs. T. R.
Piersol, Mrs. Paul.Barker, Mrs. El-
liott Barnwell, Mrs. L. A. Tappe and
Mrs. C. E. Griffin. Assisting Mrs.
Sturgis, who is also a captain is Mrs.
Ray Baker, lieutenant. Mrs. A. C.
Furstenberg, captain, has as her as-
sistant Mrs. R. Bishop Canfield, lieu-
tenant.
Mrs. Earl H. Cress, captain, com-
mands a group of lieutenants com-
posed of Mrs. Joseph H. Cannon, Mrs.
Carl Guthe, Mrs. Charles Noble, Miss
Adelaide Rueger, Mrs. Emil Arnold,
Mrs. L. M. Eich, Mrs. Flora Brown,
Mrs. Harold D. Golds. Mrs. Herman

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A lecture on merchandising by
Josephine Sutton, Merchandising
manager of Himelhoch Brothers and
Company, will be given at 4:10 p.m.
today in the League under the spon-
sorship of the University Bureau of
Appointments and Occupational In-
formation.
Contrary to previous announce-
ment, the lecture to be given by W.P-
Edmunds on "Personnel in Busi-
ness" will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday.
in the League.
The lecture follows the one given
" yesterday by ?. B. Sappington, of
the J. L. Hudson Company, on the
subject of fashion. He stressed the
need for a sense of color and style as
well as training for a career of fa-
shion. An expert must know her
style trends thoroughly and be able
to predict those for several months
hence. Best training for this occu-
pation is in actual work in large de-
partment stores, he said.
Reservations For Tables
At StyleShow Are Free
Reservations for tables for the style
show which is being held from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday in the ball-
room of the League do not entail the
obligation of ordering tea, Barbara
Heath, '39, social chairman, an-
nounced yesterday.

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