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Engineers And Lawyers '
rd Women's Mortar Board, Union Ballroom
Debate Series Senior Society Will Be Scene
Will BeToday, Tap At Banquet Of Slide Rule.


Hold. Formal Danc'es

To Head Slide-Rule


Subsidization Of Athletics I.Coninued from Page 1)
To Be Subject Of Debate year. She was Orientation adviser
andamember of the League social
For Dormitory Teams! committee.
The third series in the women's in- Betty Clements, '41, and Doris Mer-
tramural debate contest will be held ker, '41, fill the junior positions on
at 4 p.m. today in Room 1025 Angell Judiciary Council. Miss Clements was
Hall. a member of the dormitory board of
Assembly. She acted as ticket chair-
Jean Maxted, '41, and Mary Mar-_
tha Taylor, '41, of Martha Cook man for Sophomore Cabaret, assist-'
Building will uphold the affirma- ed with Assembly Ball and Banquet,
tive side of the question, "Resolved: and worked on the committee of then
that intercollegiate athletics should Interdormitory Dance.
be subsidized." Dorcas Corin, Grad., Affiliated with Pi Beta Phi, Miss'
and Zenovia Skoratko, '40, of Alum- Merker worked on committees for l
nae House and Jordan Hall, will pre- both Freshman Project and Sopho- l
sent the negative side of the argu- more Cabaret. She is a member of the
ment. social committee of the League and
Three of the 12 teams entered in the business staff of The Daily.
the contest remain in the competi-, The chairmen of the five standing
tion. The loser in today's debate will committees of the League were an-
challenge Josephine' Kift, '40, and nounced by Miss! Shipman. They are:
Catherine MacDermott, '41SM, of Mary Minor, chairman of the social
Zeta Tau Alpha, and the winner of committee; Miss Davis, Theatre Arts
that debate will compete with the chairman; Miss Matthews, head of
winner of today's /contest for the Orientation, and Roberta Leete, chair-
championship of the series. man of the merit system committee.
Mr. Harold B. Allen, of the Eng- Jean Van Ralte will serve as Orien-
lish department, will act as judge, tation adviser ifor transfers, but not
and Jane Krause, '41, a member of as a member of the League Council.
the women's varsity debate team, will Miss Minor, a member of Kappa
be bhairman. All students and °acul- Alpha Theta and Wyvern, worked
ty menibers who are interested are for all the projects of her class. She
invited to attend. was general chairman for Panhellen-
The intramural debate series is ic Ball this year, a member of the
sponsored by the Undergraduate social committee of the League and
Council of the League. Debaters en- the central committee for J.G.P.
tering the contest are awarded League' Affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi,
merit points in proportion to the Miss Davis is a member of Wyvern,
number of debates in which they take the Theatre Arts and candy booth
part. committees of the League,. She was
ticket chairman for the 1939 J.G.P.
Miss Matthews was assistant chair-
D.A.R. Convention man for this year's Assembly Ball
and for the Interdormitory 'Dance.
Hears Patterson She has served on the social, Theatre
Arts and Orientation committees of
the League.
SAGINAW, March 30.-(AP)e- The MissLeete is a member of Kappa
Michigan Daughters of the American Alpha Theta. She worked on publicity
Revolution, holding their 39th an- for Freshman Project, tickets for
nual convention here, heard Grove Sophomore Cabaret and the merit
Patterson, editor of the Toledo Blade, system committee of the League. This
discuss "American Education for year she has been an Orientation ad-;
What" at a banquet tonight. viser and a member of the ticket com-
Hardin Vandeursen, of the Univer- mittee for J.G.P.
sity of Michigan School of Music, Miss Van Ralte is affiliated with
sang several songs. Kappa Kappa Gamma. She took part
Mrs. Henry B. Joy of Grosse Pointe, in last year's intramural debate
honorary vice-president general, en- series. She was a member of the
dorsed Mrs. Bessie Howe Geagley of Theatre Arts committee and served
Lansing, State Regent, for vice-presi- as make-up chairman on the central
dent general. The State group's elec- committee of J.G.P.
tion will be held next year. Dean Alice C. Lloyd and Prof. How-
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - . --- - -- -

Vincent Lopez Will Pla
Socialite, Betty Hutton,
To SingWith Orchestra
Approximately 375 couples are ex- .
pected at the tenth annual Slide
Rule Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. today in the ballroom of the
Union, Anderson Ashburn, '40E, pub-
licity chairman said yesterday. Wal-
ton Rodger, '39E, is general chairman
with Mary Louise Clark of Detroit
as his guest. .
Vincent Lopez and his "Suave A
Swing" Orchestra will play for the
ince. Betty Hutton, a New York
socialite who has been called "Ameri-
ca's Number I Jitterbug" on the basis WALTON RODGER
of her performances during their six-
month engagement this year at the 1
Casa Manana in New York, will be M ilitary all
his vocalist. Miss Hutton and Mr. .
Lopez will be guests of Kappa Sigma
fraternity at dinner before the dance. TcketsBeLiitde
Flowers To' Be Limited
The central committee and out-I To Be Sold TO Advanced
going members of the Michigan Tech-
nic which is sponsoring the dance Corps Until April 19
will hold a fornial dinner at 7:15 p.m.
today in the Union. Only their guests Tickets for the Military Ball will go
may wear corsages according to the on sale from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. tomor-
Michigan tradition, Ashburn said.
Central committee, members are row (Saturday) in the Regimental
Rodger, Ashburn, Donald Van Loon, Council Office in the West Engineer-
439E, chairman of the floor commit-, ing Annex, Walter J. Hinkle, '40,
tee, Richard M. Adams, '40E, music publicity chairman, announced yes-
chairman, M. Robert Herman, '40E, terday.
chairman in charge of tickets and The sale will be limited to mem-
programs, and George Hanson, '39E, bers of the advanced corps, and those
patrons chairman. persons belonging to the Officers Re-
To Have Traditional Slide Rule serve Corps until Wednesday, April
Wesley S. Warren, '39E, decora- 19. From April 19 uitil all the tick-
tions chairman has been assisted by i ets are sold, the sale will be open to
Robert F. May, '39E, and John M. members of the basic corps. Price
Stevens, '39E. Details of the decora- lof the dance will be $3.
tions have not been revealed, but Only cash will be accepted for the
they will include the traditional large tickets, Hinkle said. He also stressed
slide rule at the south end of the the fact that according to the new
ballroom, cartoons of engineers and system being employed in selling
a large model of an engineer ar- tickets this year, there will be abso-
ranged with wheels and gears. lutely no tickets held for any in-
dividual, nor reserved for anyone
ard McClusky were the irinile ' other than members ,of the two

Masters' Band Fraternity Dinners Pharmacy rill
'Before Slide-Rule
Will Be Heard, Committeemen
C., rease To Be Held,
At Crease Ball Are A nnounced
Whether the week-end will turn
out to be snowy, rainy ' or sunny, it
Annual Dance To Follow promises to be a gay one, for what Bobby' Scherger's Band
'Night Court' Theme with Slide Rule and Crease, plus fra-
ternity parties, the pass-word for to- Will Play Dance To .Be
At League Ballroom I night seems to be excitement, and a On April 21 In League
great deal of fun.
More than 225 couples will attend Phi Delta Phi will hold a dinner be- The first annual "Apothecaries
Crease Ball, annual lawyers' dance, fore 'attending Crease Ball. The Ball" will be given from 9 p.m. to i
to be held from 9 p.m, to 1 a.m. today chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Fran- a.m. Friday, April 21, in the Fthel
cis Wistert. A dinner will also be giv- Fountain Hussey Roomxof the L"%a ;ue,,
in the League Ballroom, William Jet- en by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, following Norene Jadwin, 140P, genera chair -
ter, 139L, and John Rae, '39L, co- which the members and guests will 1 man, announced yesterday. '
chairmen of tickets and publicity, attend Slide Rule, Mr. and Mrs. ; Bobby Scherger and his band, who
have announced. Walter Horstman of Detroit will have played at the Swing Sessions,
Marian Frances To Sing chaperon, will play for the dance. 'P'robable
$ Frankie Masters and his orchestra ; Radio-Dances Given i vocalist will be Chan Pinney.
will furnish music for the dance. Fea- I An informal radio-dance will be k Members of the central commit-
Phi Kappa Sigma's contribution to tee are: Helen McRae, '39P, program
tuned vocalist with the band is Ma- the social whirl. The chaperons will
and publicity chairman;- Raymond
rian Frances. Masters has played be Mr. and Mrs, Lincoln Love of De- Hale, '39P, in charge of music;
troit and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hage- George 1Ph;16ps, '39P, ticket and fi-
meyer of Ann Arbor. nance chairman; Paula Machnik,
Only guests committeemen Theta Delta Chi will also hold an '40P, in charge of patrons; and Leon-
will be allowed t to wear corsages, informal radio-dance from 9 p.m. to , and Robinson, '41P, decoration chair-
Donald Swope, 139L, and Jay Sik 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith man.
kenga, '39L{ have announced. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham Attendance will be limited to 100
Corsages will be removed if this will be chaperons. couples. Tickets, which went on sale
ruling is not observed. Delta Tau Delta will hold its initia- Tuesday, are, now available at the
- tion formal tonight. Red Goodson Pharmacy Office of the Chemistry
at various hotels and night clubs ca- and his orchestra will play. Mr. and Building or from the committee mem-
Mrs. Rowan Fasquelle, Mr. and Mrs. bers at $1.50 per couple.
tering to student patronage, such as D. H. Edson and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. This will be the first formal dance
the College rInn and Edgewater Beach !Jeffers will chaperon. i of the Pharmacy ' School in recent
Hotel in Chicago, and the Clover' Phi Gamma Delta willhold an in- Years. All graduate and local phar-
Club of Hollywood. I formal dance from 9 p.m. to 1 'am. macists are invited to attend. Decora-
Summons have been served by the 'at which Clair Slatz and his "Pepper tiorig for the ball will be! announced
deputy sheriff to each guest invited 1 Shakers" will furnish the music. Mr., later, Miss Jadwin said.

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to the ball. Decorations will carry and Mrs, Richard Meyers and Prof.
out the theme of a Night Court. A ,Karl Reichenback will chaperon.
real policeman-will take tickets a, a Shipwreck Party Y
night sargeant's desk. The entrance, Something new in the line of par-
to the ballroom will be a jail door, j ties will be given by Beta Theta Pi'
with a female warden to admit guests. [party. tonight. It's called a "Shipwreck
Favors Will Be Given [party. It will be an informal radio
Favors for the dance will be a "I dance with members and their guests i
satire 'issue of the Michigan Law t coming in costumes supposedly warn
Review, called the "Raw Review when a ship once-upon-a-time
Jetter and Rae have announced. wrecked. The chaperons will' be Mr.
Other members of the central corn- and Mrs. Shelby Schurte and Prof.
mittee for the dance are William So- ( and Mrs. A. J: Eardley.
boroff, '39L, James Black, '39L, John ! Sigma Phi will hold an informal..
lGriffin, '39L, who are in charge of , dance tonight from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
entertainment. The decorations com- I Bill Gail and his orchestra will play
mittee is headed by Harry Brelsford, for the dance. Mr. Gail is a member,!
139L, and Robert Ward, '39L. John of Sigma Phi. The chaperons will
McCarthy, '39L, and Robert Knight, be Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stapp and
'39L, are in charge of music. Prof. and Mrs. Joseph Cannon.


Virginia Soloman Wins
Curtis Institute Award
Virginia Soloman, 16, of "Jackson,
violin pupil -of' Mrs. Marian Struble
Freeman, of Ann Arbor," has been
' offered one of°six''violin scholarships
at Curtis Institute of Music in Phila-
delphia, beginning in September.
Miss Soloman, a high school stu-
dent, was chosen from a number of
tryouts whose. performances covered
two and a half days. The commit-
tee of Judges was headed by Efrem
Zimbalist, one of the soloists at the
May Festival last year.
Miss Soloman played over the ra-
dio on Major Bowes Amateur Hour
last Feb. 16.

speakers at the Banquet. Janet Ful-
lenwider, '39, retiring chairman of
the merit system committee, reported
that Gamma Phi Beta ranked highest
in activities and scholarship, and
that Martha Cook Residence has

groups previously named.
shown the greatest improvement in
that field for the year. Marcia Con-
nell, '39, was named as having the
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