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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939



Eleven Students

Will Model In Style Show At League



Spring. Styles
To Be Shown
At 3:30 P.M.
Tables May Be Reserved;
Prizes To Be Awarded
Luiky Ticket Holders
Eleven women students will model
spring styles in the style show which
is being presented by a Detroit shop
from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today
in, theballroom and Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
The show, similar to the one pre-
sented last year at this time, is spon-
sored by the League and is being con-
ducted by the committee under the
chairmanship of Barbara Heath, '39.
Free tickets have been distributed
by members of the committee or
may be procured at a table set up
for that purpose in the lobby of the
League from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
today. Everyone who attends the
show should have a ticket because
the three door prizes will go to hold-
ers of the lucky numbers. Winners
must be present to receive their
A group of 34 Ann Arbor women
will be the guests of the head of the
store for the style show. Tha will be
served throughout the afternoon, tea
tickets being priced at 25 cents each.
Reservations for tables may be made
by calling Mrs. A. L. Clark at her of-
fice in the League before noon.
Student models are Marian Bax-
ter, '39, Florence Brotherton, '40,

OdontBall Chairman

FourthAnnualOdontoBall To Be TonightIn Union

Nancy Chapman, '42, Marcia Con-
nell, '39, Mary Hayden, '42, Nancy
Ketcham, '42, Marietta Killian, '39,
Edith Lynch, '41, Jenny Petersen, '39,
Barbara Teall, '39, Alice Thomas, '42
and Virginia Voorhees, '39. There
will be several professional models
imported from Detroit in addition to
the students.
Clothes will be modeled in both the
ballroom and the Grand Rapids room
and for this reason there will be no
Public Address system announce-
ments describing the dresses and
naming their price.

They're Dresses!
They're Suits!
They're NEWS!
Little Dress - Suits . . . defi-
nitely your most prized cos-
tume for Spring! . Shetlands,
sheer wools with figure hug-
ging lined jaclets,with pleat-
ed or gored skirts- costumes
to capture and hold your
attention - wear them now
under your coat - ultra chic
later with your new acces-
sories. Nary, black, char-
treuse, Spring wine, blues,
and rose.
SIZES 11 - 18 . . . at
$10.95 and $16.95
~e izabeth

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List Of Guests
Of Committee
Is Announced
Barney Rapp Will Play
For Dancers; Alumni
Expected To Attend
Names of guests of central com-
mittee members for the fourth an-
nual Odonto Ball'to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the Union
ballroom were announced yesterday
by William R. Mann, general chair-
man. His guest will be Margaret A.
Limberg, '38, of Port Huron.
Robert M. Jones who is in charge
of tickets has invited Chloe Ann Van
Schoick, '42, Edson K. Pool and Jules
SFlax, co-chairmen of the decorations
committee will attend with Virginia
Letts, '37, of Pleasant Ridge and
Ninabelle Dickerson, '41N, respective-
ly, Ruth Ekkens of Grand. Haven
will be the guest of Lawrence A.
Zoerner, chairman of publicity, and
Hugh Godfrey, patrons'chairman, has
asked Marjorie Wilcox, '38, of Sagi-
Barney Rapp Will Play
Barney Rapp and his New Eng-
landers will furnish music for the
dance with Ruby Wright as vocalist.
The half-hour broadcast which was
planned has been cancelled, however,
due to a change in the schedule of
WJR over which the program was
to come.
Alumni attending will include five
who are in private practice in De-
,roit. They are Dr. and Mrs. L. Ben-
son Bristol, Dr. and Mrs. Allen Ruttle,
Dr. and-Mrs. Glen Brooks, Dr. and
Mrs. Young O. Morris and Dr. and
Mrs. George Harris.
Other Alumni Listed
Dr. Brooks, '25, is also an instruc-
tor of post graduatedentists in the
University. Other alumni who are
expected are Dr. and Mrs. Chalmers
Johnson of Jackson, Dr. and Mrs.
Wayne Oglestone -of Bay City and
Dr. and Mrs. LeonardGraham of
Syracuse, New York.
Two Parties
Given Tomight
Delta Sigma Delta Plans
Weekend House Party
If it weren't for JGP cutting quite
a figure and the ball the dentists are
giving, the social outlook for tonight
would be rather uneventful, as only
a few fraternities are celebrating the
loyely, long-looked-for spring weath-
er with parties.
Delta Sigma Delta, however, is.
making this week-end a big one for
its members as a house party has
been planned for those attending
Odonto Ball. A formal dinner will
be given at 7:30 p.m. preceeding the
ball and a breakfast at 2 a.m. will
follow the dance. Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas Geilson and Dr. and Mrs.
Donald Kerr will be the chaperons.
Xi Psi Phi also will hold a banquet
at 7:30 p.m. preceeding the ball. The
chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. Heinz1
0. Goldbeck.
Chi Phi will hold a formal from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Earl Stevens and his
orchestra will play, and Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Andreae and Mr. and
Mrs. Don Kelsey will chaperon.
An informal dance will be given
by Delta Upsilon from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Bill McKay and his orchestra
will furnish the music. The chaper-
ons will be Mr. and Mrs. Warren F.
Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Dean W. Ti-

Love Finds A Way In 'Pig In A Poke'

-Daly Photo by Sheelne
After surmounting numerous obstacles and overcoming all difficul-
ties, Betty Baldwin as Sarah Culpepper gets her "man" and successfully
proves that the Mason-Dixon line is just a geographical boundary when
she meets Yankee Warren Kirby (played by Mary Jordan) in the annual
production by the Junior Girls which is being presented at 8:30 p.m.
every night this week at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Loss Of Eyesight Doesn't Keep
Student Of f Roller Skates, Bike

Win 3 Debates
Second Intramural Debate
Series Held Yesterday
In the three contests of the second
series of the women's intramural de-
bates held yesterday in the League,
the three affirmative teams were the
winners. Zenovia Skoratko, '40, of
Alumnae House, and Dorcas Corrin,
Grad., of Jordan Hall, defeated Pene-
lope Patterson, '42, and Jane Baits,
'42, of Betsy Barbour. William Cent-
ner, '39BAd. was the judge.
Also amonig the winners were Mar-
garet McDermatt, '40Ed, and Jose-
phine Kift, '40, Zeta Tau Alpha's
team, who defeated Grace Helen Bar-
ton. '40, and Janet Sergeant, '40, of
Martha Cook. Clifford Christensen,
Grad., acted as judge of the debate.
The third debate was won by Jean
Maxted, '42, and Mary Martha Tay-
lor, '40, of Martha Cook, who took
the affirmative against Jane Sapp,
'41, and Elizabeth Caster, '40, of
Mosher Hall. This debate was judged
by Mr. Judd Polk, of the economics
The question for debate was "Re-
first time!
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reg. $1.75 size $
half-pound jar
Cleansing Cream
Cold - cream type, light and
feathery, cleanses and softens
marvelously. Special, for
limited time, for only $1.00
at Fifth Avenue
On Your Way Downtown

solved : that intercollegiate athletics
should be subsidized." Faculty ad-
viser for the debates is Mrs. Frederic
Crandall, of the speech department,
and co-chairmen of all intramural
debates are Betty Bricker, '40, and
Anne Hawley, '40. Chairmen for yes-
terday's three debates were Trenetta
Fox, '42, Rosebud Scott, '41 and Fran-
ces Fox, '41.
Miss Patterson and Miss Baits were
substitutes for Agnes Crow, '42, altd
Nancy Gould, '42, of Betsy Barbour,
who were unable to participate at the
last moment. Tite next debate will
be between Miss Skoratko and Miss
Corrin, on the negative side, and
Miss Maxted and Miss Taylor on the
affirmative. This will be at 4 p m.
For a Modern's
"best" Habit these

of genuine
hand finished
Veal Calf...


Sophomore Woman
Softie; Has Seven
Hours Music Prog


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Horseback riding, biking, and rol-
ler skating-she does them all"! Dor-
othy Anderson, '41, blind since 18
and a first-year student at the
University, could hardly be called a
lily of the field-not as long as she
takes 17 hours!
It was several years ago that Miss
Anderson was told by her doctor that
it would be impossible for her to re-
turn to Drexel Institute in Philadel-
phia for her second year. At that
time her eyesight was failing fast and
in order to conserve what was left
she was to use them as little as pos-
'It's An Ill Wind .
It was a wise move, but futile. Not
long after that Miss Anderson lost
her sight completely. Strangely
enough, instead of spelling calamity
this 'handicap' made it possible for
her to turn from a commercial teach-
ing course, which she disliked, to mu-
sic which she has always loved.
Unable to return to school, Miss
Anderson set about brushing up on
her piano, using music written in
Braille. Last year she determined
to go back to school and chose
Michigan-both because her father
was a graduate of the University and
because its School of Music was
JGP Curtain Rises
On Unsuspecting Star
When JGP was launched Wed-
nesday night before a demonstrative
audience of seniors, both Director
Dick McKelvey and members of the

recommended so highly in Philadel-
Yea, Michigan!
Now she's here-a resident of Betsy
Barbour, and she loves it! She likes
dancing (and we mean ballroom
dancing), and she shocked one of
the internes at the hospital when she
told him that she was tired because
of a roller-skating party the night
Miss Anderson lost only three hours
in transfering, and the 17 which she
is taking this semester-psychology,
Shakespeare, speech, piano and the-
ory-will give her full standing as
a junior next year. Since textbooks'
aren't made in Braille, her reading
is done by a friend-aloud.
Awaits Seeing-Eye Dog
Two months ago when Ellsworth
Smith, noted Detroit lawyer and
proud possessor of a Seeing Eye dog,
talked here on his experiences with
his dog, Miss Anderson attended his
!ecture and found herself thoroughly
convinced for the first time that
guide dogs are really as valuable as
they sound. She sent in her applica-
tion for a dog to The Seeing Eye
Morristown, N.J., and hopes to have
one by fall.
About the dog, Miss Anderson's
only worry is that it will make her
blindness - practically indiscernible
under ordinary circumstances--more
noticeable., "Of course," she laughed,
"it will save my professors consid-
erable embarrassment when they for-
get and ask me to read the notes off
the board."


* FullLeatherLined
. Leg-Fashioned
* Durable.,. but
Light Weight
* Tan or Black
off at a smart pace in these
fine riding boots ... boots that
make you look very sophisti-
cated and give an "air" to
your habit ...with the "sleek-
ness" of regular $8.50 boots.










And in more ways than one!
For right in the spirit of the
crisp, new Spring and Easter,
is the swing rhythm of a reefer
skirt, the trim smallness of it's
waist, the smooth lines it
traces. over the hips ... giving
you a willowy figure of flower-
like grace. Monotone and mix-
ed tweed wools in navy, black
and colors.

central committee felt that tney
could sink back with a sigh of relief
Tickets For Installation and let the show go on.
Banquet On Sale Today For oneM embers of the proper=
ties committee, however, the night
Tickets for the annual Installa- gets a double star. Not only was she
Lion Banquet of the League to be onet of those indispensable cogs that
held Thursday will be on sale from makes the wheels go round, but she
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 5 starred in her own right-got caught
p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the Under- on stage in white shorts and red
graduate Office, before and after the sweater when the curtain rose, and
style show, Jean Holland, '39, League when she ducked behind a curtain
president and general chairman of to get out of the way, she found that
the banquet, announced yesterday. she had come up inside one of the
Tickets will also be sold Monday innumerable hoop skirs running
and Tuesday afternoon. The price about that night. Embarrassing,
is 70 cents for each person. what?

&?aeia 1 4enrti

Sun and Showers
an array of fine fabrics, all lined with
Cravenetted Gabardine that's water re-
pellent. Favorites with the co-ed.
Tweed, herringbone and plaids in light
and dark linings.

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Straws blooming with flowers
and veils - Straws with tail-
ored trims - Pastel Felts -

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