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MAICH 1939,

' MICHIGAN DAILY

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Commnitteemen
Of Crease Ball
Choose Guests
Wilia Bohlman, Marian
Dailey Will Be Guests
Of Ball's Co-Chairmen
Guests of the. committeemen for
Crease Ball, annual lawyers' dance to
be hld from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the League Ballroom, have been
announced by William Jetter, '39L,
co-chairman of publicity for the
dance.
Guests Of Co-Chairmen
Wilma Bohlman of Muskegon
Heights will be the guest of Jay
Siggenga '39L, co-chairman, and
Marian Dailey of Saginaw will attend
the dance with Donald Swope, '39L,
co-chairman.
Harry Brelsford, '39L, and Robert
Ward, '39L, will have as their guests
Elinor Hale, Grad., and Betty Coop-
er of Detroit respectively. John Rae,
co-chairman of tickets and publicity
has asked Anne Cole Rae to attend
the dance, and Margot Thom, '42,
will attend the dance with Jetter.
Guests Of Committeemen
Carroll Adams, '39, and Betty
Klein, of Detroit, will be the guests
of Jack McCarthy, '39L, and Robert
Knight, '39L, co-chairmen of the
music committee. William Sobor-
off, '39L, John Griffin, '39L, and
James Black, '39L, who are in charge
of entertainment, have asked to the
dance Maxine Adler of Cleveland,
Ohio, Marjorie Carney of Pittsburgh,
and Mary K. Adams, '39, respectively,
Frankie Masters and his orchestra.
will play for the dance. Marian
Frances will be the vocalist with the
band.
Only guests of committeemen ma
wear corsages for the dance.
Members Of Cast
To Do Court Dance
At League Tonight
In addition to the Little Symphony.,
Play Production is cooperating with
the physical education department in
"The Two Gentlemen of Verona"
which is opening tonight in Lydia
Mendelssbhn Theatre. The dance of
the finale and a few of the entrances
and exits are under the direction of
Miss Ruth Bloomer, instructor in
charge of the dance.
The regular cast members will per-
form an authentic court dance of the
period with the two comics, Speed
and Launce, furnishing a rustic
touch. The dance which is in a fore<
setting is a celebration looking fct-
ward to the double wedding of Vale
tine, Proteus, Julia and Sylvia. The
Duke, Therio, two outlaws and two
ladies-in-waiting complete the danc-
ers.
The finale is based on the alle-
mande, more active and in a more
romantic form than many of the old
forms. The rustic section approaches
the gigue, but Miss Bloomer points
out that during that period the court
dances were quite similar to the folk
dances, being only a more smooth
and polite version.
HERE IS A CLUE.
It will be run by
someone most of
you know.

Look, Girls-Here's How To Fix A Ticket

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Easter Dance
Will Be Held
Union To Be Decorated
In Eastertide Theme
Anticipation of Easter festivities
will be the occasion for a special
Easter dance to be held Saturday,
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the Union
ballroom. Dedicated in the Easter
spirit the dance will be called "The
Bunny Hop" and will be the final
dance before Easter vacation.
A new and novel feature will be in-
troduced by decorating the alcove in
Easter style, Jim Halligan, '40, Social
Chairman of the Union, announced.
Easter egg souvenirs will be sold and
the buyer may have his name print-
ed on the souvenirs which will be
colorfully decorated, for' five cents. A
huge Easter bunny will be given away
to the holder of the lucky box in
which the Easter egg comes.
An Easter display of live bunnies
and baby chicks will also be on dis-
play in the alcove, in keeping with
the general Easter theme. Bob Stein-
le and his Melody Men will play
numbers especially chosen for the
occasion and appropriate for this
season.
Reservations for one dollar a
couple may be made now at the main
desk of the Union.

New League Treasurer

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Miss Wood, '40, has been elected
treasurer for the League during the
coming year, it was announced yes-
terday. Dorothy Shipman, '40, was
chosen president of the League, and
Mary Honecker, '40, was chosen
secretary.

Wonen To Attend'
Staff Conventions

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Viewpoint
by VICKI
At the risk of showing up our own
stupidity on matters international,
we have decided to assert our rights
as a member of the gentle sex and
prove that women do have opinions on
subjects not strictly confined to the
campus. Yep, we're going to tell Mr.
Hitler what we think of him!
With that awful man and his
'faits accomplis' keeping the world
in a constant state of jitters, even a
woman has a right to comment rn
the state of affairs, especially when it
threatens to place her in the awkward
position of saying 'farewell' and 'bon
voyage' to a host of friends ranging
from the ripe old age of 18 on up.
It's war we're worrying about, and
it's a sizable worry at that. With
Germany gobbling up practically all
of the territory taken from her in
1919 one begins to wonder just where
the whole thing will stop. Apparently
England, France and Russia are pre-
pared to stand by patiently while
Czechoslovakia and other lesser ter-
ritories are quietly eliminated.
One wonders if this patience ex-
tends to the questions of Poland and
Upper Silesia and Northern Schles-
wig. It's my personal opinion, and
you can take it for what it's worth,
that the attitude which these three
nations have taken during the last
few months indicate that the familiar
objections would be followed with
equally familiar concessions in these
cases, should the problems arise.
There are two particular points in
Europe, however, which will bring on
war overnight if threatened. They
are Alsace- Lorraine and the Russian
Ukraine. The former has been a sore-
point with France since 1870 when it
was taken from her by .Prussia. So
long as France remains French, she
will fight for this territory and she
will be backed by England in a war
which would inevitably drag the
United States in.
Somehow this seems the lesser of
the two danger points to me. The
resources which make Alsace-Lor-
raine valuable are less important in
the light of Germany's recent acquisi-
tions in Czechoslovakia and her
treaty with Rumania. The Ukraine
on the other hand, remains the juici-
est plum in Europe, and Russia seems
to be in better condition and mor
anxious than any other European
state to combat the German fighting
machine.

Michigran Dames
Wili Present Play
A play called "Do's and Don'ts," on
the fundamentals of dress design.ac-
cording to type, will be presented at
8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League by
the Charm Group of the Michigan
Dames. This project takes the place
of their annual style show.
Eight members of the Michigan
Dames have written the play. Cos-
tumes for the New York and San
Francisco Fairs will be modeled. Be-
tween the two scenes of the play
there will be a short skit by members
of the group.
Banquet Tickets On Sale
Ticket sale for Installation Banquet
at 6 p.m. Thursday in the ballroom
and Grand Rapids Room of .the
League will contlnue from 3:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. today in the League
lobby, Madeline Krieghoff, '39, ticket
chairman, announced.
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your ehip'4 a smail deposit will guarantee the space. I youi )Ind
you cannot go, t will gladly arrange for a transfer, or a full reuirn
of depoosit nmoney.; All dstclsz c'Irptaied here- without char~ge.
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-Daily Photo by Sheeline
By far the most harassed individual in the above picture is Deputy
Sheriff M. A. Alber who oddly enough came to serve some subpoenas.
Adding to his "discomfiture" are, left to, right, Marcia Connell, Jane
Jewitt, Frances McLaughlin, Margot Thom and Mary Catherine Adams.
Possibly the girls' levity has been increased by, the fact that the sub-
poenas are eommanding them to appear not in the local police court, but
rather in the Night Court of Crease Ball, annual law school dance, to
be held Friday at the League. Sorry, boys, Sheriff Jake Andres claims
he has all the deputies he can use.

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PANHELLENIC TO MEET
A special meeting of Panhellenic
Council has been called for 3:45
.m. today in the Garden Room
of the League for the purpose of
lecting a new president, Steph-
nie Parfet, '39, announced yes-#
erday. All members must be pres-
ent, Miss Parfet said.

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ACTIVITY NOTES

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Recent initiations and elections at
the chapter houses are as follows:
Pi Lamda Phi announces the ini-1
tiation of: Sheldon John Ettingaer,1
'41; Newell Malter, '41; Myron -Gins,
'41; Raymond Rosenman, '42; Burton
A. Hoddeson, '42; Alan David, '42;
Ralph Mitchell, Jr., '42; Eugene Kane,
'42; William Hausma, '42; Leo Klau-k
ber, '42; Robert Besser, '42; Bertram{
D. Weiss, '42; Howard Soloman, '42,
and Alfred Breckler, '42. Newly elect-
ed officers at the fraternity are:1
president, Leonard Eastman, '40;
vice, president, Eugene Strauss, '40;
treasurer, Charles Samuel, '41; stew-
ard, Edward Resnick, '40; recording
secretary, Bert Lefkowich, '41; cor-
responding secretary, James Frankel,
'41 and pledge master, Stanley Bot-
winik, '41.
Phi Delta Theta
New members of the Phi Delta The-
ta chapter are: George S. Banta, '41;
Frederick J. Bierkamp, '42; Belton Y.
Cooper, '40E; James H. Gormsen, '42;
Robert D. Hotchkiss, '42E; William
R,. Hurst; Robert D. MacKenzie.
'42: Howard Mehaffey, '41; LeRoy
B. Perry, '42; George A. Petterson,
142E Joseph 0. Reed; Charles R
Ross, 41; Robert C. Sager, '42E; Rich-
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S Co pany Will:initiate
Retreat Ceremony Today
S Company of the Fourth Regi-
ment of Scabbard and Blade, na-
tional honorary military society, will
hold a retreat ceremony at 5 p.m.
today before the Scabbard and Blade
plaque in front of the campus flag-
pole.
Capt. William Cobey, '39E, will be
in charge of the company, which
will be armed with rifles. Thomas
S. Nurnberger, Jr., '39Ed, will act as
bugler. Following the ceremony, the
company will.hold its regular meet-
ing at the Union. S Company plans to
start the custom of holding the re-
treat ceremony every two weeks.

Fo ive Msicale
TodayIn Jackson
Two members of the faculty of the
School of Music, and two students in
the school will present a program at
10 a.m. today in the ballroom of the
Hotel Hayes in Jackson, before the
Tuesday Morning Musicale group.
Those taking part in the affair are
Miss Dorothy Eckert, Miss Sarah
Lacey, Arthur Hills, '42SM, clarinet-
ist, and Harold Ewing, Grad., tenor.
Miss Eckert is an assistant in the
musicology department of the music
school, and Miss Lacey is an instruc-
tor in piano. Both are members of
Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary
music sorority.

Six members of the women's physi-1
cal education staff are attending con-1
ventions this week.
Dr. Margaret Bell, director of
physical education for women, left1
yesterday to attend the Mid-WestI
Physical Education Convention in In-
dianapolis, Ind., which opens today.
From there she will go to San Fran-
cisco, Cal., to take part in the pro-
gram of the American Association for
Health, Physical Education and Rec-
reatiqn convention.
Miss Laurie Campbell was toast-
mistress at a banquet of the Mid-
West College Directors Society held
yesterday at Purdue University, La-
fayette, Ind. She will also attend
the convention in Indianapolis.
W.A.A. Board To Attend
Tea At League Tomorrow
Members of the old Women's Ath-
letic Board and of the new W.A.A.
executive board will be entertained at
tea tomorrow afternoon in the Stu-
dent's Room of the League by Ruth
Hartmann, '39. Miss Hartmann is a
retiring member of the old executive
board.
The last regular meeting of the
board will take place at 4:30 p.m

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lowest note of tebrass tuba
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one of our technicians adjust
it and then --listen to the
difference.
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ard E. Scherling, '42; John W. Shields,
'42; Charles L. Solar; Wilbur S. Wal-
lace, '42; Albert A. Wistert, '42, and
Donald A. Young, 42E.
The following men have recently
been installed in office: president,
Thomas B. Adams, '40; treasurer,
James D. McNicholas, '40; secretary,
John T. Bensley, '40E; librarian,
Theodore R. Sangler, '40; reporter,
James E. Tobin, '41; historian, Lloyd
R. Mowery, '41; alumni secretary,
Thomas D. Harmon, '41: chaplain,
G. Dekle Taylor, '40: and warden,
Bruce W. Elliott,
Theta (lhi
Theta Chi announces the initiation
of Richard H. Strain, '42 and Jack
H. Thompson. Recently pledged by
the fraternity were: Merille W. Mc-
Clatchey, '41, Detroit; Wheaton M.
Coward, Jr., '42, South Byron, N.Y.;
William H. MacKay, '42, Flint; Leo-
nard E. Perry, '42, New Bedford.
Mass.; and Herbert Z. Troost, '42, St.
Joseph.
Zeta Psi announces the pledging
of Charles Fielder, '42, of Grosse
Pointe.

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