H 30, 1939
T - . - E CI A DAILY
New Officers Of League
Be Installed At Banquet Today
Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
We just figured out why-spring vacation comes when it does. J.G.P.
is over and Freshman Project isn't well under way as yet, so one has to do
something so-o-o-o- time out, n'est-ce pas?
Major regret is that people didn't take the hint from the Can-can
number and remake their sentences with the result-"The Can-can girls
girls could could dance dance." Good idea, don't you
think-or do you?
There are things going on though. Crease Ball to-
morrow night. We finally found the young lady who
outwitted the subpoenas. Sally Ann Curry whizzed
down to the county clerk's office upon receiving hers
" and obtained a divorce file charging extreme cruelty
(spankings, etc.) violent language (darn, heck) and
misrepresentation of fact. Non-support was the height of the charges. After
all who can survive on only one package of cigarettes per date. But the law
always wins out or at least the lawyers do, for Leonard Sweet sent a Replica-
tion which dcnicd "all charges, claims" on the grounds that "the answer of
said defendant is uncertain and irrelevant in its stipulations, untrue in all its
various and sundry lewd implications, and an inadequate lament of a minor
and an infant, that is, a child not yet 21, insufficient to be replied to by this
repliant--in the Crease Court."
Exchange Dinners Run Rife Again!
And then there's the foursome that got up at four o'clock to study. That's
going a bit too far, we think.
If you can't afford a spring wardrobe to exchange, at least you can ex-
change dinners. Anyway the Kappas and the Phi Psis got together last night,
-some here and some there or what have you? A leetle cheely for the Phi
Psis to display the merits of their terrace as a dance floor but according to
Margaret Cram and Russ Strickland, Jane Hart and Bill Laud, and Florence
Brotherton and Ross Faulkner a good time was had by all when Do Gilliam
and Cliff James, Patty Nahser and Jim Harper and Dottie Aikens will vouch
for the fun at the Kappa house.
Harriet Sharkey, Janet Homer, and Jane Grove were at the tea given
yesterday afternoon by Jane Hartman, retiring W.A.A. officer for the new
board. Alberta Royal and Jeannette Stickels were also there as were Ruth
Allen and Louise Keller. A lot goes on at the WA Building which is quite
fun. Just ask any of the past or present participants.
Play Production Gives Shakespeare Whirl
"Two Gentlemen of Verona" arrived in town last night. Delightful pair,
you must take time out to meet them. Whisking around at rehearsals were
Marguerite Mink, Ellen Rothblatt, and Edward Jurist. Karl Klauser, Bettie
Howard, and Miriam Brous are also much in evi-i.
dence as interpreters of Shakespeare.-
Before we forget it, we must scurry over to the , .,
Union and go in and out the front door three or four
or maybe even five or six or as many times as we
want to in fact, while we have the chance. Wonder
why the League lets men in the front door? If we
were Carrie Nation we would object or something.
Installation banquet tonight. Great hordes of
women will descend on the League to see the "in
with the new and out with the old" ceremonies. It T-
should be quite jolly.
What is that old saying? Minnie's heard it min-1
nie times. "Easter time's the time for yeggs" or
something. Well, as we've always said "Ending time's the time for finishing"
or what have you-? That's right, perpetual motion.
To Tap Juniors
Prof. Howard McClusky
And Dea Alice C. Lloyd
Will Be Main Speakers
Installation Banquet, honoring the
League officers for the coming year,
will be held at 6 p.m. today in the
grand Rapids Room and ballroom of
An innovation at. the Banquet will
be the organization honor roll pre-
sented, by Janet Fullenwider, '39,_
chairman of the merit system commit-
tee of the League. Those sororities,
dormitories and league houses which
have shown marked improvement in
activities and scholarship during the
year, will be named.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd and Dr. How-
ard McClusky, of the education
school, will be the principle speakers
at the banquet. Jean Holland, '39,
general chairman, will make the an-
nouncements from the ballroom, and
Sybil Swartout, '39, assistant chair-
man, will describe the activities in
the Grand Rapids Room.
A radio system will be installed in
order that announcements may be
heard in both rooms. Tapping by Mor-
tar Board and Senior Society will be
described by Miss Holland and Miss
The theme of the Banquet will com-
memorate the 10th birthday of the
League. Cakes and candles will form
a part of the decorations.
The announcement of major League
appointments will be part of the pro-
gram following the dinner. Members
of the Undergraduate Council will
be announced by Dorothy Shipman,
40, the new president, and three
new members of Judiciary Council
will be introduced by Betty Slee, '40,
HarrietSharkey, '40, will announce
her Women's Athletic Association
board, and the three winners of the
Ethel McCormick Scholarship -vill be
named. Helen Jean Dean, '39, retiring
League treasurer, will give the finan-
cial report of the year.
Out-Going League Heads To Preside
Slide Rule Ball
To Star JGP
Can Can Girls
Walton Rodger, Chairman, JGP's famous Can Can chorus will
Will Attend Friday Night be featured in the "Phloor Pshow" of
With Mary Louise Clark "Phapril Phool's Phoo Phrolic" to be
held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday
Guests of central committee mem- in the ballroom of the League, Wins-
bers for the tenth annual Slide Rule ton Cox, '42, announced yesterday.
Ball to be given from 9 psm. to 1 a.m. The tea dance is being sponsored oy
Friday in the Union ballroom wit'/ Congress and Panhellenic Associa-
Vincent - Lopez and his Orchestra
JEAN HOLLAND SYBIL SWARTOUT
To Hold Sprin
Affair To Comunmorate
Anniversary Of Group;
Soloist To Be Featured
The University of Michigan Band
will hold its annual spring concert
at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, in
Hill Auditorium. The concert, which.
is commemorating the 80th anniver-
sary of the founding of the band, will
feature a trombone solo by Betty Cor-
rell of Elkhart, Ind., and a bass quar-
tet under Victor Shervin, '39, which
won the ensemble contest sponsored
by Kappa Kappa Psi, national hon-
orary band fraternity.
The patrons and patronesses-of the
concert, who have received invita-
tions personally delivered by mem-
.bers of Kappa Kappa Psi, are Presi-
dent and Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-Presi-
dent and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith,
Vice-President and Mrs. Clarence S.
Yoakum, Vice-President and Mrs.
James D. Bruce, Registrar and Mrs.
Ira M. Smith, Dean Henry C. An-
derson, Dean and Mrs. Henry M.
Bates, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Burs-
ley, Dean and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana,
Dean and Mrs. Albert C. Furstenberg. .
The list continues with Dean and
Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Dean and Mrs.
Edward H. Kraus, Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Alfred H.
Lovell, Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea,
Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Gram, Prof.
and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason, Prof. and
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Prof. and Mrs.
Herbert O. Crisler, Prof. and Mrs.
Ray L. Fisher, Prof. and Mrs. Charles
B. Hoyt, Dr. and Mrs. Earl V. Moore,
Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Robbins, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Sink.
The list is concluded with Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacler, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ken-
neth Doherty, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
' Mann, Mr. and, Mrs. Bennie G. Ooos-
terbaan, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
The marriage of Karin Victoria Ek-
lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Eklund of Rush Point, Minn.,
to W. Allard Farris, '41L took place
Saturday in Detroit. Mr. Farris is
the son of Dr. and Mrs. A. U. Axel-
son of Detroit. Mrs. Farris attended
the University of Minnesota and is
employed in Detroit at the present
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Loughborough
of Ann Arbor announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Mary Anne,
'39, to Mr. Arthur H. Schouer, '36E,
of Buffalo. Miss Loughborough is a
member of Kappa Delta sorority. The
wedding will take place in July.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Seitner, of
Flint, announce the enagement of
rheir daughter, Frances Rose SeitnerA
'37, to Jarvis Weiss, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Henry Weiss, of Detroit.
Miss Seitner was president of Phi
Sigma Sigma when in the University,
and Mr. Weiss attended Fordham
University. The wedding will take
place early in the summer.
were announced yesterday by Walton
A. Rodger, '39E, general chairman.,
He wll lead the dance with Mary
Louise Clark of Detroit.
J. Anderson Ashburn,. '40E, chair-
man of publicity, has invited Janice
Murdock of Detroit and Avis Lennnon
also fromb Detroit, will attend with
Donald Van Loon, '39E, chairman of
the floor committee. Richard M. Ad-
.ams,'40E, music chairman will have
as his guest Belle Calkins, '41, and
Margaret Carr, '40, will attend with
Wesley S. Warren, '39E, decorating
RobertF. May, 39E, and John M.
Stevens, '39E, who are assisting War-
ren on decorations have invited Beth
Jenkins, '42, and Ellen MacDonald,
40. respectively. Laya Wainger, '41,
will be the guest of M. Robert Her-
man, '40E, chairman in charge of.
tickets and programs, and Dorothy
Wiedman, '42A, will attend with
george Hanson, '39E, patrons chair-
Corsages may be worn only by the
guests of the central committee and
of the outgoing publication boaid of
the Michigan Technic, Ashburn said
yesterday. Slide Rule is the official
lance of the engineering school spon-
sored by the Technic and traditionally
held the same night as Crease Ball,
official dance of the law school.
Barbara Telling, '40, Ruth Enss,.
'42SM, and Chan Pinney, '40E will
present a novelty number, "A Triple-
Alliance," in which Miss Telling sings
a blues song, Miss Enss a classic, and
Pinney renders a bit of sweet song.
Miss Enss and Erwin Scherdt, '39SM,
and will sing a duet from the "Vaga-
bond King." Gwendolyn Fossum,
Grad.SM will be the accompanist.
The "Phloor Pshow" will be con-
cluded with both audience and solo-
ists joining in on "When Night Falls
Dear." Gum and cigarettes will be
given away to the guests and the
dance is open to the campus. Women
will be admitted free of charge, and
tickets for men will be 25 cents.
Ella Stowe, '40, is co-chairman,
with Cox of the affair, and her .com-
mittee consists of Tad Lynch,- '41,
Barbara Fischer, '41, Barbara Bene-
dict, '40, and Helen Rigterink, '41.
The committee representing Con-
gress consists of Jack Edmonson, '42,
Richard Ebbetts, '42E, Gene Gilmore,
42, and James Huber, '42E.
Members of the Can Can chorus
are Sue Potter, Barbara Guest,. Dor-
othy Boyer, Ellen McDonald, Leigh
Burleson, Jean McKay, Evelyn Dock,
Annabel Dredge, Lois Longan and
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"The Two Gentlemen of Verona"
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Betty Ann Chaufty, '41SM, received
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