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'fHEiMICHIGAN DAILY-

PAGE FIVE

SATURDAY. FEB. 25,19.39-

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Frank Dailey's

Band To Play

For Capitalist

Ball, March 17

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Barlara Bush
To Be Vocalist
For Orchestra
Price Of Tickets To Be $2;
Will Go On Sale Monday
At Union And Wahrs
-Frank Dailey and his orchestra will
play for the Capitalist Bill, annual
dance given by the School of Busi-
ness Administration, to be held from
9 :p.m. to 1 a.m. March 17 in the
Union ballroom, Jack MacLeod,
4OBAd, and William Shaw, '39BAd,
co-chairman announced today.
Broadcasts Over WLW,
Dailey's band, famous for it's "stop-;
and--go"' rhythm, now broadcasts
nightly over WLW from the Nether-
land Plaza in Cincinnati. Before
that, the band played for five years
at the Meadowbrook Country Club
at Cedar Grove, N.J., one of the out-
standing supper clubs of the east.
Dailey has also played at many col-
lege dances in eastern schools.
Barbara Bush and Howard Du-
laney are the vocalists "being fea-
tWred with Dailey's orchestra. They
sing sweet songs as well as "hot"
swing numbers, the co-chairmen stat-
ed.
Tickets will go on sale Monday,
Shaw announced, at the Union and
at Wahr's book store. They are priced
at $2.
Dailey Makes Records
-Among the night-spots where
bailey has played are th Arcadia,
The Twin Oaks, The Palais D'Or, The
Pavilion Royale, in New Jersey, and
Hotel Nicellet in Minneapolis. Dailey's
gand has made many recordings with
Victor and Bluebird.
' The central committee of the dance
inicludes MacLeod, Shaw, Gilbert
Phares, '40BAd, Douglas Welfare,
'*9BAd, John Morris, '39BAd, William
Rhodes, '40BAd, Jay Troxel, '39BAd,
Delbridge Lakin, '4BAd, Mitchell
Raskin, '39BAd, and Charles Jor-
dan, '40BAd.
Sigma Alpha Iota
To Give Musicale
A musicale will be held by Sigma
Alpha Iota at 8 p.m. tomorrow at
the home of Dean A. C. Furstenberg.
Patronesses and guests are invited.
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, one of the
founders, is directing the alumni and
the actives who are participating.
There will be a selection from Bar-
bara Ferguson, '41, on the cello, ac-
cbmpanied by Grace Wilson, '39, on
the piano. Barbara Cahoon, '40, will
play a piano solo. Also there will be
a trio wtih Elizabeth Lewis, '42, play-
ing the violin, Charlotte Lewis, Spec-
SM; playing the cello and Martha
Gaiey, '39, on the piano. Mary
Katherine Hamlin, '39, will play a
Brahm's sonata on the piano.

Vegetable Bouquets
Andc Saddle Shoes
Dominate 'Pay-Off'
Pay-Off, annual sweater-skirt dance
sponsored by Mortar Board, attracted
approximately 200 couples when it
was held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yester-
day in the ballroom of the League.
The informality of the dance was
emphasized by the predominance of
saddle shoes among the women, and
the gay vegetable corsages worn by
the men. Anabel Van Winkle, '41,
wearing a blue skirt with a white
sweater, attended with Jack Gelder,
'40. Janet Fullenwider, '39, who was
with Richard Gerkensmeyer, '39BAd.,
wore a gray pleated skirt with a
chartreuse chiffon blouse.
Patricia Vitalek, '40, who attended
the dance with Paul LeGolan, '40M,
spent a few moments talking to Mrs.
Beryl Bacher, who was among the
patrons. Jane Nussbaum, '40, wear-
ing a pink shirt and matching sweat-
er, was dancing near the orchestra
with Ellis Wunsch, '40.
Phyllis McGeachy, '40, and Jack
Bird, '40, were quite delighted with
the programs which were made in
the form of a blank check. Miss Mc-
Geachy wore a peach sweater and
brown skirt. Jeanne Burt, '40, whose
jazz-toe dance entertained the group,
was seen afterward in navy and white.
Mli psPh lon
Will Entertaini
National President To Be
Honored By Sorority
Mu Phi Epsilon, national musical
sorority, is entertaining its national
president this weekend. At 8 p.m.
today the active members of the chap-
ter will hold a musical at the home
of Mrs. Wassily Besekirsky in honor
of the president.
The program will include a trio of
piano, cello and violin which will play
'Opus 70, Number One" by Beethoven.
Playing the piano will be Helen Titus,
the cello, Ruth Krieger and the vio-
lin, Louise Cuyler.
There will be a group of five Ger-
man songs sung by Thelma Lewis, ac-
companied by Helen Titus on the pi-
ano. Other selections will be played
by the actives and the alumni.
There will be a luncheon at 1 p.m.
today at the home of Mrs. Ava Com-
in Case to entertain the honored guest.
Members of the faculty of the School
of Music are invited.
Theta Phi Alpha Delegate
Is Guest Of Local Group
Rose McKee, of Madison, Wis.,
special delegate of the Grand Council
of Theta Phi Alpha, national fratern-
ity for Catholic women in Universi-
ties and Colleges arrived for a short
visit in Ann Arbor, as the guest of
the alumnae of Theta Phi Alpha.
Miss McKee has just come from
Detroit where several affairs were
held in her honor. She will be enter-
tained Sunday at a tea in Detroit,
which will be under the charge of
Miss Blanch Covey, and Mrs. William
H. Miragler of Detroit.

Honor Students
To Be Guests
Of Panhellenic
Luncheon Held To Honor
18 Freshmen Women1
With Outstanding Marks
Eighteen freshman sorority women
will be the guests of Panhellenic
Association at the second annual Pan-
hellenic Scholarship Luncheon, to be
held at 12:30 p.m. today in the
League, Anabel Van Winkle, '41, co-
chairman, announced yesterday.
Grace Elizabeth Miller, of Deltat
Delta Delta, received the highest
marks, 15 hours of 'A', and Virginia
Frey, of Chi Omega, with 11 hours
of 'A' and three of 'B' is second. The
other freshmen include: Jane Baits
of Delta Gamma, Lois Gish of Alpha
Delta Pi, Elaine Taylor of Zeta Tau
Alpha, Virginia Ward of Kappa Al-
pha Theta, Doris Allen of Alpha Chi
Omega, Elaine Fisher of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi, Audrey Sorensen of Alpha
Gamma Delta, Bessy Lawton of Al-
pha Omega Pi, Jean Crump of Alpha
Phi, Nancy Urmstron of Alpha Xi
Delta, Harriet Heames of Collegiate
Sorosis, EleanorHWilliams of Gamma
Phi Beta, Betty Hine of Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Ruth Aleinik of Phi Sigma
Sigma, Virginia Appleton, of Pi Beta
P6i, and Florence Young of Kappa
Delta.
Mis. G. E. Mills, a Panhellenic
Almnae Advisor, and officers of
Panhellenic Association Will attend
the luncheon, and Prof. Karl Litzen-
berg will speak. Frances Kahrs, '40,
is co-chairman with Miss Van Winkle.
The -iames of the freshmen who
have been asked to attend the lun-
cheon will be placed on the Panhell-
enic Honor Roll which is kept in the
library of the League,

Houses Plan
Radio Dances
Aid For mals
Bright spots in the weekend are
formal dances being given tonight by
the Lawyers. Club and Pi Phi sorority.
Mel Curry and his orchestra will play
from 9 p.m. to midnight at the Law
Club. Jack McCarthy is chairman
of the dance. Prof. and Mrs. Richard
Fuller and Miss Inez Bozarth will
chaperon.
The pledges at the Pi Phi house
will honor active members at tl'eir
dance. Swing music will be provided
by Earl Stevens and his orchestra.
Among the houses giving informal
parties tonight are Alpha Omega and
Delta Theta Phi. Dr. H. J. Bloom
and Dr. Samuel Scolberg will chaper-
on the Alpha Omega dance. Chaper-
ons at Delta Theta Phi will be Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin C. Curtis and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard MeCowan of Mason.
Kappa Delta Rho will give a bridge
party from- 9'p.m. to midnight. Prof.
and Mrs. Walter E. Lay and Prof.
and Mrs. Franklyn L. Everett will
chaperon.
Informally clad twosomes will make
their way to radio dances at Kappa
Nu, Theta Xi and Xi Psi Phi houses.
Chaperoning the Kappa Nu dance,
which is to be closed, will be Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Kessel and Dr. and
Mrs. Isaac Rabinowitz. Mr. and Wrs.
C. A. Siebert and Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Freeman will chaperon the Theta Xi
party, also to be closed.
Exchange Dinner Held
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and
Phi :Kappa Sigma fraternity held an
exchange dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Mary McClure, '39 and Joseph Paul-
us, '39, were in charge.

Newman Club Nine Women Chosen Yesterday
Is To Initiate To Participate In Debate Teams

Breakfast Ceremonies
To Be Held Tomorrow
The Newman Club will hold an
initiation-breakfast following the 8
a.m. Mass, tomorrow in the 'aditor-
ium of St. Mary's Students' Chapel,
Edward Egle, '39E, membership
chairman, announced yesterday.
Dorothy Zindler, '39, is in charge
of the breakfast. She is being assist-
ed by Dorothy Ager, '42SM, Gene-f
vieve Spurgeon, '41, Margaret Maryt
Lyons, '42, Sally Corcoran, '41, Mary
Call, '39, and Helen Brady, '40.-
The breakfast will be followed by
a short business meeting at which
committee heads and committee
members for the annual spring dance
will be announced. All members are
urged to attend.
Assemnbly Bflil Tickets
To Be Ot Sale Today
Sale of Assembly Ball tickets will
be continued today. Tickets may be
purchased in the Undergraduate Of-
fices from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Those
wishing to purchase tickets should
bring their identification cards, it
was announced.
There will be a meeting of the cen-
tral committee of Assembly Ball in
the Undergraduate Offices at 3:30
p.m. today. Charlotte Houk, '39, an-
nounced.
Read Daily Classified Ads

Nine women were selected for sec- Whose Husbands Are Gainfully Em-
ond semester, debate teams yesterday played Should Not Work For Com-
by Mrs. Frederic 0. Crandall, wo- ,pensation."
men's debateicoach. For a radio contest to be given
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, and over WJR against Michigan State
Mary Virginia Bush, '40, will take the Normal College of Ypsilanti at 3 p.m.
I Mrch17 BetyShaw, '41, and Re-
negative in the conference question becca Newman, '39, were chosen to
against Northwestern. Janet Grace take the affirmative of the proposi-
'42, and Rosebud Scott, '42, will take tion, "Resolved: That the Govern-
the affirmative against Iowa on the ment Should Cease Using Govern-
same topic. These debates will take ment Funds Including Credit For the
place about March 15. The question Stimulation of Business."
is, "Resolved: That Married Women On the negative of the same topic,
'- Jean Tenofsky, '41, Mary Rall, '39,
and Barbara Newton, '41, will meet
Pledges And Appointees Ohio Wesleyan at 1:30 p.m. March
A N mid B Hvs . 17 in the League.

Theta Chi announces the pledging
of Wheaton Coward. '42A, South
Byron, N.Y.. Leonard Perry, '42, New
Bedford, Mass., Herbert Troost, '42E,
St. Joseph, Mich., and James Bart-
lett, '42, Rochester, N.Y.
Jordan Hall announces the appoint-
ment of the following women to po-
sitions on its House Council for the
new semester: Janet Stevens, '39;
Mary K. Moir, '40D; Judith Frank,
'40; Betty Bilby, '39; Virginia Gold-
en, '42 and Marjorie Tweed, '41,
To Have Desk For Fees
For the convenience of junior wo-
men who wish to pay their annual
class activity fee, there will be a desk
from 9 a.m. to noon and from 2 p.m.
to 3 p.m. Monday in University Hall,
Jean Tibbets, finance chairman for
the.Junior Girls Play, announced yes-
terday.'

A.A. W man's Club
To Meet Tuesday
Mr. B. A. deV. Bailey, of the Divi-
sion of the Orient, University of
Michigan Museums, will speak on
old and new Chinese porcelain at
2:30 p.m. Tuesday at a meeting of
the Woman's Club of Ann Arbor in
the League ballroom.
Mr. Bailey will explain some rare
types of Chinese ceramics and what
has made them famous, and will tell
of the important role played by
China in the development of every-
day porcelain. The lecture will be
illustrated by colored slides, and
Chinese porcelains from Mr. and
Mrs. Bailey's personal collection will
be on display. Students who are in-
terested are invited to come.

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HILLEL FOUNDATION
East University at Oakland. Dial 3779
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director
Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, Associate Director
11:00 A.M., Saturday. Classical Hebrew Class.
6:00 P.M., Sunday. Cost Supper. Everybody
is invited. Following will be a forum which
will consist of the Hillel Oratory Contest.
3:00 P.M., Tuesday. Elemenetary Hebrew
Class.
4:45 P.M. =Classical Hebrew Class.
7:30 P.M. b:Avkah meeting.
7:30 P.M., Wednesday. Photography Club.
4:45 P.M., Thursday. Classical Hebrew Class.
8:00 P.M. Talk on "Current Jewish Problems"
Also a discus-sion on the problem of Jewish
community organization by Dr.Rabinowitz.
3:30 P.M., Friday. Post-Biblical Hebrew class.
8:00 P.M. Services. Sermon to be given by
Dr. Robinowitz, on "The Arab-Jewish Par-
leys in London." There will be a social
following the services.
PILGRIM HOLINESS
The friendly little church around the corner.
Four blocks west of the post-office.
Fountain Street at Miller Avenue.
Rev. Emil A. Shetler, Pastor,
10:00 A.M. Sunday School,
11:00 A M. Divine Worship. Sermon: "Keen-
lug the Covenant."
7:00 P.M. Young People's Society.
7:45 P.M. Evangelistic Sermon. Topic:
"Beginning Again."
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432Washtenaw Avenue. Dial 2-4466
William P. Lemon, D.D. Minister.
Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant
Palmer Christian. Director of Music.
9:30 A.M. Church School. Department serv-
ices of worship and class periods.
9:30 AM. Sunday Morning Levee of the Mr.
and Mrs. Club.
10:45 A.M. Morning Worship Service.
"CAN A MAN ROB GOD?"
Sermon by the Minister.
Special Lenten music by the choir.
6:00 P.M. Westminster Guild Supper and
Fellowship hour. At the meeting at 7,
oclock the group will divide into sections
to colnsider the following topics: Person=
ality Adjustment: Gro.up Worship; Com-
munity Responsibility; Racial Relations,
and The Evolution fo Religion.-
8:00 P.M. The Sunday Evening Club will meet
in the Lewis parlor.
RETMI EMEM EVANGELICAL CHURCH

State and Washington Streets
Chas. W. Brashares, Minister.
Earl Sawyer, Minister
9:45'A.M. Student Class at Stalker Hall. Dr.
Edw. Blakeman will lead the discussion.
10:40 A.M. Worship Service. Dr. Brashare's
subject will be "He Taught Them." The
choir under the direction of Achilles Talia-
ferro will sing the motet, "Lord, for Thy
Tender Mercies' Sake" - by Farrant; and
"Song of the Lonely Jesus" -from the
Russian.
6:00 P.M. Wesleyan Guild at the Church.
The first of a series of four meetings de-
voted to the discussion of Cooperatives,
Peace, The Labor Situation, The Church
and the Student. Supper and fellowship
follow the meeting.
8:00 P.M. Young Married People's Bible Study
lead by Dr. Brashares. Church Parlors.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a.m. Sunday Service ,
11:45 a~m. Sunday School foy pupils up to the
age of 20 years
7130 p.m. Wednesday Evening Testimony
Meeting
Free Public Reading Rooms at 206 East
Liberty St. open daily except Sundays and
holidays from 1::0 am, to 5 .m,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 E. Huron,
Dr. Howard Chapman, University Pastor.
John Mason Wells, DD., Stated Supply.
H. R. Chapman, D.D., Student Minister.
9:30 A.M. Church School.
10:45 A.M. Worship. Sermon by Dr. John
Mason Wells. Subject: "Some Reasons
for Faith in. God."
6:00 P.M. Roger Williams Guild. Mr. H. L.
Pickerill will speak on the question, "Are
Our Civil Rights in Peril?"
GRACE BIBLE FELLOWSHIP
Undenominational
Masonic Temple
327 South Fourth Avenue
Harold J. DeVries, Pastor
10:00 A.M. Sunday School. Bible-centered
Lessons. Classes for all ages.
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship. Dr. M. E. Haw-
kins of Mishawaka, Indiaja, will speak on
the subject: "Secrets of Success." Dr.
Hawkins is the president of The General
Council of Co-operating Baptist Missions
of North America, Inc., commonly known

FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH

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