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Newman Club
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Spring Formal
Will Be Friday]
Dance To Be Broadcasted
Over W I; Decortins
To Be In Modern MotifC
Arrangements for an half hour
broadcast of the Newman Club Spring;
Fprmal have been completed, JackI
Cooney, '40, publicity chairman for
the dance announced last night. Sta-
tion WWJ will do the broadcasting
from, midnight to 12:30 a.m. for, the
dance, which will be held from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the Union
ballroom. Bill Sawyer's orchestra
will play.
' To Have Modern Theme
The entire affair has been planned
with a modernistic theme Cooney
stated, he also pointed out that the
broadcast was planned as an integral
part of the futuristic idea. The en-
trance of the ballroom will be dec-
orated in the form of a rocket ship
and colored lights will be arranged
around the room, in keeping with the
more modernistic manner, Bill Sher-
zer, '41, and Pat Vihtellic, '40, co-
chairman of decorations, announced,
In back of the orchestra there will
be a model of the famed trylon and
perisphere which will be gilded so as
to reflect the multicolored lights in
the room.
Spring Hues Predominate
Programs, in keeping with the
spring spirit of the Formal, will be
" printed with green ink on light tan
woodstock. The design will be mod-
ernistic in motif, as well, Ruth Hoch-
on, '40, program chairman stated.
The idea or main theme of the
dance is "Dance Today As You Would
Tomorrow" and the affair will be
open to the campus at large. Tickets
are being sold at the main desk at
the Union and by members of the
central committee. John Simonds,
Grad., is chairman of tickets.

Apothecaries'
Patrqns List
Is Announced
The patrons list for the Apotheca-
ries' Ball, to be given by the College
of Pharmacy from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Room at the League, was announced
yesterday by Norene Jadwin, '40P,
general chairman.
The list includes Dean and Mrs.
H. B. Lewis, Prof. and Mrs. C. H.
Stocking, Prof. and Mrs. J. L. Powers,
Prof. and Mrs. F. F. Blicke and Prof.
and Mrs. C. C. Glover.
The decorations for the dance will
have black and white as their color
motif. Posters and murals will be
hung around the room. Like the pro-
grams they will depict various aspects
of pharmacy.
Bobby Scherger and his orchestra
will play for the ball, and Chan
Penney will be the featured vocalist.
Miss Jadwin will have as her guest
for the dance Elwyn Treat, '39E.
George Phillips, '39P, ticket and fi-
nance chairman will take Martha
Lerecht of Plymouth. Helen McRae,
'39P, publicity and program chair-
man, has asked Howard Berg, of De-
troit. Paula Machwick, '40P, patrons
chairman, has invited Robert Wade
Martin, '39. Leonard Robinson, '41P,
decorations chairman, will attend
with Betty Rowe, '40. Raymond Hale,
'39P, will have as his guest June
Fleming, '39.
Hours Ruling In Effect
All freshmen women must, be in at
9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday,
Betty Slee, '40, chairman of Judiciary
Council, has announced. Under the
old hours regulation, those not on
probation could have one mid-week
date,.but, this privilege is no longer
in effect.

Eight Groups
Include Over
100 Women
'Puddle Jump' To Be Held
Saturday, April 29; Sle
!Of Tickets Will Continue
Committee members for "Puddle
Jump," Freshman Project, which will
be held Saturday, April 29, were
announced yesterday by Ruth Par-
sons, '42, assistant chairman.
The ticket sale for the project will
continue at the following places on
campus: the League, the Union, An-
gell Hall, University Hail, Romance
Language Building, the Main Li-
brary, the Engineering Arch, the
Diagonal, and the East Engineering
Building.
Committee Members . Listed
Following is the list of committee
members. On the finance commit-
tee there are Marjorie Polumbaum,
chairman, Barbara Sufirin, Hop
Robison, Jean Sollitt, Marianne
Holoday, Cora Hackett, Betty Ship-
man, Jean Crump, Elaine Taylor,
Shirley Taubus, Janet Slottow, Vir-
ginia Paterson, Jean Noyes, Carolyn
Denfield, Grace Kanner, Elsie Smith,
Dorothy Turner, Eunice Fuldauer,
Donelda Schaible, and Joanne Tay-
lor.
Helping assistant chairman, Ruth
Parsons, are Eunice Fuldover, Shir-
ley Foubras, Janet Jacobson, Betty
Stiglitz, Irene Ferguson, Phoebe Pow-
er, Betty Altman, Florence Gates,
Shirley Silver, Pauline Bruno, Flo-
rence Young, Virginia McFrey,
Johanna Scurla, Betty Hine, Louise
Keatley, Eleanor Williams, Audrey
Flesham, Patricia O'Farrell, Mary
Pankare and Lois Sharback.
Betty Whitely Is Chairman
The publicity committee consists
of Betty Whitely, chairman; Nancy
Chapman, Charlene Pike, Dorothy
Laing, Doris Cuthbert, Agnes Crow,
Suzane ,Bentley, Sally Cory, Mary
Maynard, Priscilla Behr and Linda
George. And on the ticket committee
are Isabel Palfour, chairman; Irene
Ferguson, Elsie Jensen, Elaine Gar-
der, Mary DeMong, Betty Belisle
Shirley Silver, Eleanor Donahue,
Billie Rich, Dorothy ;.B3rooks, Mary
Mitchell, Janet Grace, Rae Gustaf-
son, Lorraine. Schwab and Betty Alt-
man. The music committee consists
of: Helen Rhodes, chairman; Veitch,
Purdum, Gwendolyn Dunn, Clarice'
Carr, Fay , Hootkins, Grace Miller,
Doris Allen, Betty Hine, Louise
Keatley, Louise Rudner, June Wales
and Phyllis Waters.
Decorations Committee Given
Decoration committee is composed.
of Lois Basse, .chairman; Virginia
Appleton, Virginia Alvin, Jean Ben-
ham, Katherine Crosby, Virginia
Frey, Carolyn Fowler, Margaret
Gardner, Nancy Gould, Jean Geiger,
Betty Gould, Irene Magidsohn, Sally
Park,sBernadine Purget, Penelope
Patterson, Helen Ralnick, eggy San-
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Alumnae Plan
rientation Tea
For All Seniors
Affair Will Acquaint June
Graduates With Services
Of Organization
Between 300 and 400 women senior
students of the University are ex-
pected to attend the Senior Tea,
which will be held for them from
3:30 p.n. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday,
April 27, at the, League, the Alumnae
Council announced yesterday.
The affair will b given to acquaint
the June graduates with the facili-
ties and the purpose of the alumnae
service. The retiring League Council
will act as hostesses for the tea.
Maps of the United States, and
various sectional maps will cover the
walls, Betty Spangler, '39, decora-
tions chairman, said. Spring flowers
will be used throughout the rooms.
Members of the Alumnae Council
will pour at the refreshment tables.
Name tags will be provided for the
guests, and guests will be registered
by members of the new League Coun-
cil.
Alumnae from neighboring alum-
nae groups in Michigan have been
invited to the affair, as have the
officers of the Ann Arbor group. The
receiving line will be announced later,

1Woen i ated
,By Semior Society
Nineteen University women of the
Class of 1940 were initiated into
Senior Society last night at the
Michigan League. The women ini-
tiated were
Maxine Baribeau, Janet Clark,
Jane Dunb r, Gladys Engel, Roslyn,
Fellman, Betty Gross, Mary Honeck-
er, Ellen Krieghoff, Patricia Mathews,
Phyllis McGeachy, Roberta, Moore,
Jane Mowers, Dorothy Nichols, Su-
zanne Potter, Ellen Redner, Mary
Frances Reek, Alberta Royal, Ze-
novia Skoratko and Betty Slee.
Following the initiation, a banquet
,was held in honor of the initiates.
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The engagement of Betty Spang-
ler, '39, to Neil Levenson, '38, was
announced Monday at Pi Beta Phi
sorority, with which she is affili-
ated.
G raduates -Plan
Dance Series
nf olrtal Parties Continue
With; Dance On April,28
The second in a series of dances
sponsored by the Graduate Council
will be held from 9 to 12 pm. Satur-
day in the Rackham Assembly Hall.
The first in the. series of parties,
held Saturday, April 7, was attended
by over 100 people. Cards and other
games were played in the West Con-
ference Room, and refreshments were
served in the West Alcove.
Tentative plans have been made
for informal parties Friday, April
28; Saturday, May 6; and Saturday,
May 13 with a formal dance to com-
plete the series on Saturday, May
20.
The dances are for graduate stu-
dents and faculty members only.
Single patrons or one person of each
couple must fulfill the .above require-
ments.
Graduate students will not be recog-
.nized unless their identification cardls
have been stamped at the, Graduate
Administration Office in the Rack-,
ham Building. The office is open
from 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. and 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday,
and from 9 .a.m. to 12 a.m..on Satur-
ay.
Admission to the informal parties
will be 25 cents a-.person.
ford, Virginia Ward, Betsy White-
head, Anna Jean Williams and Flo-
renice :Young.
Those on the costume committee
are as follows: Jane Baits, chairman;
Joan Bouchard, Margaret Dodge,
Pauline Bruno, Janet Cottrell, Sally
Park, Rosebud Scott, Martha Bed-
ford, Peggy Wiseman, Lois Gish, Mar-
jorie Higgins, Martha Scott, and Jean
Reed. On the dance committee are :
Fiances Aaronson, chairman; Alice
Waters, Irene Ferguson, Sharle Im-
ber, Margot Thom, Marion Lewis;
Sylvia Formnan, Elaine .Fisher and
Louise Rudner.

Her
Viewpoint
by VICKI
Spring Parley-annual occasion for
faculty and students to get a slant
on the opinion of the fellow on the
other side of the fence-makes its
tenth appearance this week-end. The
subject-The Student Looks at the
'40's.
The Parley was begun in 1930 when
a group of students of varied religious
beliefs got together and sponsored a
series of lectures by speakers from
other universities on the subject of
religion. The lectures were poorly
attended by students though widely
supported by the faculty.
Panel Discussions Evolve
It was in 1931 that the Parley
came into its own. In that year a
student committee was formed which
evolved the system of panel dis-
cussions which have since proven
popular with both faculty and stu-
dents.
The chief value of the Parley lies
in the fact that it brings together
two points of view, two groups of va-
ried experience, to discuss matters
of importance-sometimes questions
of world importance, other times
more local in their scope. A glori-
fied bull session, you see.
"Glorified bull session" is prob-
ably the best title it can carry. That,
is why it attracts such a wide variety
of people. Few can resist the. op-
portunity to discuss questions which
interest them so vitally-particularly
when they are bound to meet views
diametrically opposed to their own.
1939 Program Chosen
After thoroughly hashing over the
University last year, this year's group
turns its attention on the world-
in all its aspects! Starting out with
discussion on the American foreign
policy (and it promises to be ex-
tremely interesting), subjects will in-
clude government and economics, re-
ligion, the university student, cul-
ture, science and civilization. Quite
an extensive program-right?
No matter what its conclusions,
the Parley itself is bound to be in-
teresting. For a bit of mental exer-
cise, there's nothing like it. That is
why we recommend that everyone-
be he Republican or Democrat, gen-
tleman or lady, student or Parrot-
hound-turn out for the best bull
session of the year.

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