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Requirements Initiation Dance Chic Dresses Gree
For Awards And 7 Parties
Are Changed To Be Tonight :
Scholarships Now Open Eight dances will be given tonight,
including two formal initiation
To All Campus Women; dances and a pre-Easter hard-times,
'B' Average Is Required party.
Something new in parties will be
given by the Adelia Cheever house to- 4Y.~T
Dormitory scholarships that have night when Chinese checker fans will
previously been restricted largely to engage in a few bouts as well as
the residents of the various women's playing other games. Special guestsK
dormitories will be awarded this year of the evening will be Mr. and Mrs.
to any deserving women on campus Archie McAlpine Chaperoning will
regardless of residence, with the pro- be Mrs. Holly Dobbins and Miss Mary
vision that winners of the §cholar- Ellen Heitsch.
ships live in a dormitory next year, Solomon's Orchestra To Playj
Dean Alice C. Lloyd announced yes- Bern Soloman and his- orchestra
terday. will play for the informal dance be-
The scholarships, awarded on the ing given by Alpha Delta Phi to-
basis of need, character and aca- night. Prof. and Mrs. Benjamin#
demic standing, will cover one year's Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz
room or board, or some of the awards Kleene are chaperoning.
may be divided to give two women
roomor bard or semster No The Delta Sigma Delta houseparty
room or board for a semester. No continues with an informal radio
one with less than a B aveage should dance tonight. Chaperoning will be .... ...k
apply.yDr. and Mrs. Thomas Gilson and Dr.
Application blanks may be obtained and Mrs. Donald Kerr. A dinner-{
at the office of the Dean of Women, dance in honor of its initiates will be
and should be filled out and returned divenhenKappa semtatesowfra- {
to that office by Friday, April 7. The given by the Kappa Delta Rho fra-
scholarships are awarded by the ternty from 7 p.m. to midnight. Mr.
boards of the several dormitories up- and Mrs. Charles Spooner and Mr.
on recommendation from the De and Mrs. Lester T. Coldwell are chap-
on romen to n from eroning. Bobbie Scherger and his!
of Women's office. ocetawl ly
One of the Alice Martin scholar- orchestra will play.
One f te AiceMarin choar-Kappa Nu~ To Hold Buffet Supper
ships of $100 for residents of Adelia Attending the Kappa Nu buffet
Cheever Residence Hall is also open Aupendn the aguet
to students living outside of the supper and dance at the League to-
house, Dean Lloyd said. .night will be Dr. Norman Walkower
hsDn l siand 'Dr. A. K. Burton, both of Cin-
cinatti. The Phi Sigma Delta closed
Honor Fratrnity initiation dance being given tonight
will be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs.
T Hold I ta Barrett Olnick and Dr. and Mrs.
Isaac Rabinowitz.
A variation of a hard times party'
Pi Lambda Theta, national honor called "Roosevelt Recession Revels,"
fraternity for women will initiate the W.P.A. decorations included, will be
following women at 7:30 p.m. Satur- given by the Sigma Nu fraternity. W il'1L ast
day, April 1, at the Henderson Room Mr. and Mrs. James W. Davis, Mrs. HO d Last
of the Michigan League. Harry Phelps and Mrs. Hazel Hall,
Eleanor Aldworth, Grad., Elinor are chaperoning the dance. Chaper-
Bale, Grad., Helen Barr, Grad., Jean oning the Sigma Chi radio dance The last performance of "Pig In At
Ballard, '39 Ed.; Marilyn Barton, '39- will be Prof. and Mrs. S. A. Graham. Poke," 1939 Junior Girls Play, will be
Ed., Sonia Cheifetz, Grad., Sarita Da- ,_given at 8:30 p.m. today in the Lydia
vis, Grad., Margaret Hayes, Grad. Kosambi, Grad., Sara Nelson, '39Ed., Mendelssohn Theatre. The play was
The list continues: Barbara Heath, Helen Owston, '39Ed., Mary Rall, '39, written and directed by Richard Mc-
'39, Marjorie High, '39Ed., Catherine Mary Tilk, '39Ed., Helen Tucker, '39, Kelvey, Grad. Dorothy Shipman, '40,
Hill, '39, Ola Miller, Jeanette Hor- Alfhild Vold, Grad., Jessie Wilder, was general chairman.
ton, Ingebary Kayko, Grad., Kamali Grad. A party for the entire production,

Advent Of Spring

Name Patrons
Of Crease Ball,
To BeFriday
Pres. And Mrs. Ruthven,
Dean And Mrs. Bursley
To Be Among Guests
The Publicity Committee of Crease
Ball announce the following as their
patrons and patronesses.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. Joseph E. Bursley, Dean
and Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Asst. Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rae, Prof. and'
Mrs. W. Aigler, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis
M. Simes, Prof. and Mrs. E. Blythe
Stason, Prof. and Mrs. Grover C.
The list continues with Prof. and
Mrs. John B. Waite, Prof. and Mrs.
Edson R. Sunderland, Prof. and Mrs.
Hessel E. Yntema, Prof. and Mrs.<
Paul A. Leidy, Prof. and Mrs. Edgar
N. Durfee, Prof. and Mrs. John P.1
Dawson, Prof. and Mrs. Burke Shar-1
The list is concluded with Prof. 1
and Mrs. Hobart R. Coffey, Prof. and
Mrs. William W. Blume, Prof. and
Mrs. John E. Tracy, Prof. and Mrs.
Laylin K. James, Prof. and Mrs.
Paul G. Kouper, Prof. and Mrs.
Russell A. Smih, Prof. and Mrs.
Marvin L. Niechuss.
(atcer Society
Launches Drwie
For Members

White Steals Honors To Hold Third

In Styles Presented
At Show. Yesterday
The oldest news in fashion history
is newest for the 1939 spring season
according to the styles shown yes-
terday at the League when white
made a striking come-back in hats,
accessories, and stunning formals.
Amazing as it seems, the smart
thing for the Easter parade is a perky
white hat trailing gay streamers be-
hind it. By streamers we mean yards
and yards of tulle twisted into huge
bows and hanging almost to the
waist. It 'gives a flattering softness
to the hat and becomes most any
Chartreuse runs a close second.
with white for the season's honors.
Not quite so startling, but more gen-
erally used, it makes its appearance
in dresses, hats, gloves-everything!
Of the more than 1,500 women who
attended the show the three receiv-
ing the door prizes were: Mrs. C. E.
Modder, a pair of DeLiso Debs shoes;
Mrs. J. M. Bridges, a permanent;
and Margaret Wilson, '40, an ex-
pensive hat.

Congress, League Social
Groups Are Sponsors
The third Sunday Night Supper of
the year will be held at 6 p.m. to-
morrow in the League, under the
sponsorship of the social commit-
tees of Congress and the League.
The theme of this third supper
will be Spring Vacation. Fortunes
will be told, revealing where every-
one is travelling, who they -are go-
ing with, and the means of transpor-
tation. This Bon Voyage theme will
be carried out throughout the eve-
Guests will gather at 6 p.m. in the
Russian Tea Room to register, then
will go on into the cafeteria for
supper. People may come with or
without dates, but stags are espe-
cially encouraged. After the supper
they will go to the ballroom for mu-
sic, games and dancing.
As at the last Sunday Supper
prizes will be given in the form of
free tickets to the League dances.


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JGP Production

including thd cast, committees, stage
crew and their friends, will be given
immediately after the performance in
the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room.
Charlie Zwick's orchestra will play
for the party.
Over 2,500 tickets have been sold
for the four performances, Zelda
Davis, '40, ticket chairman, has an-



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East University at Oakland. Dial 3779
Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, Director
Sunday, 7:30 P.M. Forum. Rabbi Charles B.
Lesser of Jackson, Michigan will speak on
" Today's Challenge to the Jew."
Tuesday, 7:30 P.M. Avukah meeting.
Thursday, 8:00 P.M. Current Jewish Prob-
lems Class. Topic: "The. Problem of the
Friday, 8:00 P.M. Services. Sermon by Dr.
Rabinowitz. Topic: "On American Jewish

Theodore Schmale, Pastor.
432 South Fourth Avenue

Dial 8498

9:00 A.M. Early Service (conducted in Ger-
9:30 A.M. Church School.
10:30 A.M. Morning Worship. Sermon: "The
Sure Foundation."
6:00 P.M. Student Fellowship.
7:00 P.M. 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 speak
on "The Christian Way of Conquering
6:15 P.M., Roger Williams Guild. Dr. G. H.
Enns will speak on "Europe Today."
State and Washington Streets
Chas. W. Brashares, Minister.
Earl Sawyer, Minister
9:45 A.M. Student Class at Stalker Hall.
10:30 A.M. Church School for small children.
Beginners and primary department.
10:40 A.M. Worship Service. Dr. Brashares'
subject will be "The Way of the Cross."
The choir,'under the direction of Achilles

409 South Division Street
10:30 a.m. Sunday Service
11:45 a.m. Sunday School for pupils up to the
age of 20years
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.
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
9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Levee of the Mr.
and Mrs. Club.
10:45 A.M. Morning Worship Service. "An
Impetuous Judgment." Sermon by the Rev.
Warren E. Hall, D.D., of the First Presby-
terian Church, Wyandotte, Michigan.
Special Lenten music by the student choir.
10:45 A.M. Nursery for small children during
the Morning Worship Service.
6:00 P.M. Meeting of the Tuxis Society, high
school group, in the Vance parlor.
6:00 P.M. The Westminster Guild will meet
for supper and a fellowship hour. At the
meeting at 7 o'clock Professor Robert An-
gell will speak on the topic "Inside Ger-
8:00 P.M. The Sunday Evening Club will
meet in the Lewis parlor. Mr. Arif M. Al-
A'War of Kernayel, Beirut, Syria will
speak to the group.
Masonic Temple
327 South Fourth Avenue
Harold J. DeVries, Pastor
10:00 A.M., Sunday School. Rev. and Mrs.
Friederichsen will speak during a portion
of this hour.
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship. The pastor will
continue the pre-Easter series of the sub-
ject: "We See Jesus."
6:30 P.M., Young People's meetings-Inter-


Junior women who have leading
roles in the production are June
Madison, Alberta Wood, Betty Bald-
win, Jane Jewitt, Barbara Bassett,
Mary Jordan, Helen Rawlston, Nor-
ma Vint, and Clarissa Meloy. Sets
were designed and built by Robert
Corrigan, '39, and the music was ar-
ranged by Charlie Zwick.
Dentiss' Ball
Attracts 400
Students, Alumni, Faculty
And Friends Included
Over 200 couples attended the
fourth annual Odonto Ball given
from 9 p.m. to 1 'a.m. yesterday in
the Union Ballroom by the junior
class of the School of Dentistry. Bar-
ney Rapp and his New Englanders
and vocalist Ruby Wright furnished
music for the dance.
William R. Mann, general chair-
man; and his guest, Margaret A. Lim-
berg, '38, of Port Huron, led the ball.
Dean R. W. Bunting of the dental
school and Mrs, Bunting headed the
list of 14 faculty patrons and patron-
esses. Alumni attending included Dr.
and Mrs. Glen Brooks. Dr. Brooks,
'25, is an instructor of post-graduate
dentists in the University while he
maitains a. private practice in De-
Decorations were flowers and ferns
and included also 500 balloons. The
dance was open to dental students,
hygienists and alumni and their


The April membership campaign
of the Women's Field Army of the
American Society for the Control of
Cancer officially launched its local
drive yesterday by the proclamation
of Walter C. Sadler, mayor of Ann
Arbor. Mrs. H. Marvin Pollard is in
charge of the campaign in this city.
In addition to the number of per-
sons in Washtenaw County who died
of cancer last year, as enumerated
by Mayor Sadler, 151 patients in the
University Hospital succumbed to the
disease, as did five in the Ypsilanti
State Hospital.
The proclamation reads:
"Whereas, an intensive nationwide
campaign of education against can-
cer has been launched by the Wom-
en's Army of the American Society
for the Control of Cancer,
"Whereas, a unit of the Army or-
ganized by leading women and di-
rected by outstanding physicians is
now engaged in this community in
its war to save human life under the
slogan 'Early Cancer Us Curable,
Fight It With Knowledge,'
"Whereas, cancer is a disease that
may strike anyone of us and against
which each of us may ,by intelligence
and alertness protect himself or her-
self to a real degree,
"Whereas, 78 persons in this com-
munity died'of cancer last year, many
of them needlessly,
"Whereas, one out of seven of those
now over 40 will die in the future of
this disease unless appropriate ac-
tion is taken,
Therefore, I, Walter C. Sadler, as
mayor of Ann Arbor urge all men
and womenito unite in supporting the
Women's Field Army of the Ameri-
can Society for the Control of Can-
cer and I formally set aside April as
Cancer Control Month.
"In witness thereof, I have hereun-
to set my hand and seal on this 20th
day of March, 1939.
"Walter C. Sadler."

for Easter

124 South Main Street

Telephone 4171

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Yards of misty veilings, fragile-looking webs of color
(specially processed to be water-proof). Visualize their
loveliness on your new Easter hat and on the hats that
must see another season's wear. Vogue and Paris have
discovered the lilt the wiles of feminine veiling con
give a hat. And they promise to spin these webs of
intrigue into fashion importance right on through the
Powder Blue, Chartreuse, Japonica, Wheat
Violet, Orchid, Fuchsia, Plum, Navy, Brown,
Black and White used singly and in combin-

A particularly fine
group of VEILINGS
59c a yard
Others 75c and 1.00 ayd.


Can It Be The Trees?
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It must be spring because yester-
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a pink hat on the diagonal
shadows on the lawn
Wally Hook without his bear coat
a Phi Bete cutting two classes
a robin (ah, a robin!)
windows on the second floor of
Betsy up
a roadster with the top down
three Quarterdeck initiates in sailor
a girl with bare legs
every third person with an ice
cream cone
a man getting run down by a bike
a sophomore alternating jacks with
a yo-yo
a pink and green tweed suit
the Theta Chis relaxing in their
porch chairs
the back row in history lecture
empty of coats.

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