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HtD MICHIGANDAILY

Ball

Committee

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Charlotte Houk
States Names
Of Chairmen
Eligibility Cards Needed;
Meeting Of Ticket Group
Will Be Held Monday
The list of committee members for
Assembly Ball, to be held Friday,
March 3, in the ballroom of the
League, was announced yesterday by
Charlotte Houk, '39, general chair-
man.
The decorations comittee, headed
by Frances Burgess, '39A, is com-
posed of: Grace Helen Barton, '41;
Sally Corcoran, '41; Dorothy Park,
'39; Betty Ann Zunk, '42; Estelle
Poposki, '40; Mary Van Welde, '40;
Rosemarie Raymond, '40; Mary Mit-
chell, '42; Ora Groft, '41; Katherine
Cromer, '40; Erma Bush, '41.
The list continues' Dorothy Brooks,
'41; Jane Pollack, '41; Betty Notley,
'39; Anne Schaeffer, '40; Virginia
Durand, '40; Frances Herdrick, '41;
Lucy Ann Kickpatrick, '41; ' Irene
Ferguson, '42; Clarice Carr, '42; Bar-
bara Richards, '41; Beverly Jenness,
'40; Cecile Franking, '39; Peggy
O'Neil, '41; Mary Hammond, '42 and
Marion Wilmarth, '41.
To Sell Tickets
The ticket committee, of which
Ellen Krieghoff, '40, is chairman, con-
sists of Mary Frances Reek, '40; Betty
Clement, '41; Jean Baker, '41; Judith
Frank, '40; Lenore Johnson, '39; Hel-
en Cully, '41; Sally Manthei, '40;
Ellen Redner, '40; Caroline Williams,
'40; Marvis Schwartz, '40; Charlotte
Wyss, '41; Annette Stroup, '39; June
Holmquist, '40; Roslyn Fellman, '40;
Violetta Engel, '39; Jean Harley, '39;
Jane Campbell, '39; Dorothy Nichols,
'40; Jean Hubbard, '41; Jane Rdos
ing, '42; Kay Priehs, '41 and Betty
Bricker, '40.
To Head Publicity
Members of the publicity commit-
tee are Jean Tenofsky, '41; Doris
Harvey, '41; Jane Sapp, '41; Elaine
Alpert, '41; Zenovia Skoratko, '40;
Mildred Williams, '41; Rosebud Scott,
'42; Carmen McKell, '40; Peggy Cor-
nelius, '41; Elaine Wood, '41; Sylvia
Pritzler, '40; Roberta Moore, '40; Ann
Stannard, '40 and Mary Jean '-
linneli, '41; Betty Hall, '41, is chair-
man.
The patrons committee, headed by
Florence Michlinski, '39; consists of
Barbara Johnson, '40; Jean Belle
King, '39; Jane Klein, '41; Dorothy
Lowenstein, '39; Betty Kranich, '41;
Lucile Howard, '42; Janet Grace, 42;
Phyllis Eisen, '41; Martha Jane
Drew, '41; Janet Sibley, '41; Mary
Honecker, '40; Ogla Dobosz, 39;
Marie McLeroy, '39 and Elaine Al-
pert, '41.
No Assistance Needed
Maya Gruhzit, '41, program chair-
man, announced yesterday that be-
cause of a limited amount of work,
she will not require the assistance of
a committee. Those who petitioned
for the program committee are re-
quested to transfer to another com-
mittee.
There will be a meeting of the ticket
committee at 4 p.m. Monday, in the
undergraduate office of the League.
Group Named
To Plan Debate
Meeting For Participants
Will Be Held March 1
A committee has been appointed to
organize the procedure for the Intra-
mural Debates, to begin soon under
the sponsorship of the League, Betty

Bricker, '40, co-chairman of the de-
bates, announced yesterday.
Elizabeth Shaw, '41, has been chos-
en for Betsy Barbour; Jane Dunbar,
'40, for Helen Newberry; Martha
Essig, '41, for Martha Cook; Janet
Roemhild, '40, for Jordan Hall; Mary
Frances Browne, '39, for Mosher
Hall; Merida Hobart, SpecEd, for
the Ann Arbor Independents; Fifi
Angelson, '41, for the League Houses;
and Helen Brady, '40, for the sorori-
ties.
There will be a mass meeting for
all women interested in participating
in the debates at 5 p.m. Wednesday,
March 1, in Room 3209 Angell Hall.
At this meeting all teams, of two
members each, will be given the af-
firmative or the negative of the ques-
tion for debate: "Resolved that qol-
legiate athletics should be subsidized."
The committee, headed by Miss
Bricker, will be in charge of the or-
ganization of the intramural debate
series. They will contact different
campus organizations to secure the
names of the debaters on each team.
All women wishing to enter the de-
bate contest should give their names
to any of the committee members
before the mass meeting on March 1.

To GreetSpring Season

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Spring is just around the corner,
as is shown by this attractive ad-
vance fashion. This trim tailored
suit with wide lapels and fitted
jacket is relieved by a chic fem-
inine veil on an off-the-face hat.
Suede gloves, pumps, and large bag
complete the ensemble.

Cartoons To Be Ball Decorations

Members of the medical school
faculty will see themselves as medics
see them in the theme of decorations
for Caduceus Ball from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Tuesday in the Union Ballroom.
Black-and-white pencil sketches of
Disney creations on placards will be
suspended around the walls, named
for the professors they characterize.
There will be Ferdinand, the Torea-
lor and the Bumblebee; Mickey
Mouse, Pluto and Donald Duck; the

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