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Law Students'
Dance Comes
March 29

Joy's Orchestra

Will Furnish

Crease Ball's Music

Lawyers' Leader

Sororities Initiate
162 Campus Women

-County Sheriff,
As Usual, To Summon
Female 'Defendants'
Michigan's future counsellors-at-
law will forego torts and contracts
for dancing to the rhythms of Jim-
my Joy and his orchestra at the
Crease Ball, annual lawyers' formal.
which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, March 29, in the League
As is Crease Ball's custom, the sher-
iff of Washtenaw County will serve
summonses to the female "defend-
ants," ordering them to appear be-
fore the dance's Crease Court. . No
one will be allowed to enter the dance
without proper legal identification
certified by a policeman at the door.
Decorations To Be Legal
Decorations for the dance will have
a legal motif and a unique publica-
tion, the "Raw Review," the purpose
of which is to lampoon professors
and senior lawyers, will be distribut-
ed at the dance.
Joy, whose clarinet technique has
won him national recognition, has
played engagements in the Waldorf-
Astoria hotel and the Hotel New
"Yorker in New YFork, in the Drake
Hotel in Chicago and in the Beverly-
Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles.
Committee Is Named
The central committee for Crease
Ball includes Redick B. Jenkins, '40L,
business manager; -William Bur-
roughs, '40L, music chairman; Austin
Peck, '40L, and Boris S. Woolley,
'40L, co-chairmen of patrons commit-
tee; Francis Robinson, '40L, and John
Somerville, '40L, co-chairman of tick-
ets and publicity; Oscar Freeden-
burg, 140L, and Nathan Garvin, '40L,
co-chairmen of invitations commit-
tee; Geral Furney, '40L, and Charles
Van Winkle, '40L, co-chairmen of
decorations and floor committee, and
Paul W. Fager, Spec., C. Roscoe
Smith, 140L, and Leonard Wingert,
'40L, co-editors of the "Raw Re-


Campus Religion
Is Topic
Of Roundtable
"Religion on This Campus" is the
topic of a round table discussion
which will be held at 6:15 p.m. today
in the Baptist Church. The Roger
Williams Guild, a student organiza-
tion under the sponsorship of the
Baptist Church, has arranged the dis-
Leaders of the group will be Jane
Elspass, '40, Women's Editor of the
Michiganensian; Jane Mowers, '40,
Women's Advertising Manager of The
Daily; Carl Wheeler, '40, president of
Men's Judiciary Council and William
Muehl, '41, president of the Student
Religious Association.
Frosh Projeet
Groups Will Dine
Continuing their tradition of "get
acquainted and stay acquainted," the
1939 Frosh Project central commit-
tee will have the members of the 1940
committee as guests at a dinner 6
p.m. Tuesday, in the League dining
Special guest for the evening will
be Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League.



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Nussbaum, '43; Lenore Packer, '43;
and Hazel Taylor, '43. Alpha Gamma
Delta: Nancy Grey, '43; Mary Ellen
Alt, '43; Mary Crawford, '43; Pauline
Shear, '43; Hazel Muller, '43; Mar-
ilyn MacRitchies, '43; Jean Coffelt,
'43; and Joan Woodward, '43.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Mary Ann Mc-
ie, '42; Mary Louise Wagner, '43;
Mildred Christa, '43A; Margaret Da-
vidson, '43A; Elizabeth Campbell,
43Spec; Mary Morris, '43; and Jean
Ranahan, '43A. Alpha Phi: Bette
Corlett, '42; Suzanne McClure, '42;
Grace Proctor, '43; Carol Pitcher,
'43; Jacquelyne Glair, '42E; Maya
Gruhzit, '41; Olga Gruhzit, '43; Ann
Senior Supper
Are Named
Tickets, Caps And Gowns
Will Go On Sale
Monday At League
Patronesses for Senior Supper,
which will be held Wednesday in the
League, were named yesterday by
Anne Hawley, chairman of publicity.
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Beryl
Bacher, Dean Jeannette Perry, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Beach Conger,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Rhoda Red-
dig, Mrs. Walter B. Rea, and Miss
Esther Cram are included on the
Caps and gowns to be worn by
senior women for the first time this
year will be on sale from 1 p.m. to 6
p.m. tomorrow and Tuesday in the
ballroom of the League, or may be
rented and kept from Wednesday till
commencement in June, Miss Hawley
White collars will be sold by Senior
Society, also in the ballroom, and
tickets for the supper itself will be
on sale at the same time for 65 cents.
After the supper, senior women will
be the guests of the juniors at the
opening performance of "Hi-Falutin",
the 1940 Junior Girls Play. Guards
of honor who will lead the seniors
march to the Theatre will be an-
nounced later.
WAA Schedule:
Badminton: 7:15 p.m. Wednesday
for mixed play; 4:30 p.m. to
6:00 p.m. for women students.
Basketball: Richardson vs. Stelle
at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday; Taylor
vs. Fox at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday;
Guinane vs. Richardson at 4:20
p.m. Thursday; and Stelle vs.
Taylor at 4:20 p.m. Thursday.
Dance Club: Meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymna-
Fencing: Practice 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymna-
Ping Pong: Preliminaries in cam-
pus women's tournament to be
played off before March 18.
Names of runners-up and win-
ners to be telephoned to Lou
Carpenter at 2-1146 before that
Rifle: Regular instruction and
practice sessions as scheduled.
Open House: From 7:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m. Wedncesday at Bar-
bour Gymnasium. Men and wo-
men invited.
Mosher Jordan
Stockwell Halls

Victor Vaughn
Their Vicinity
Turkey or Chicken

Faden, '43; Charlotte Noble, '43;
Kathryn Vaughn, '40; Kathleen
Smith, '43; Mary Spaeth, '42; Janet
Unruh, '41; and Jane Collings, '40A..
Alpha XI Delta: Barbara John-
;on, '43; Charlotte Thompson, '43;
and Kay Buszek, '43.
Chi Omega: Jane Stone, '41;
Elaine Baird, '41; Doris Van Vleck,
'42; Barbara Woodward, '43; Gerald-
ine McKinley, '43; Marjorie Storken,
'43; Marjorie Strong, '43; Marjorie
Mullin, '43; and Sally Walsh, '43.
Collegiate Sorosis: Mary Haskell,
'42; Eleanor Verdon, '43; Jean Knap-
pen, '43; Sally Baubie, '43; Eugenia
Eady, '43; and Nancy Worell, '43.
Delta Delta Delta: Mary Sellon, '43;
Roberta Schreck, '43; Frances Pat-
terson, '41; Joanne Morris, '43; Edith
Longyear, '42; Jean Goudy, '42; Bar-
bara DeFries, '43; Mary Lou Cur-
ran, '43; Dorothy Cummings, '43;
Joan Clement, '43; and Mary Be-
atty, '42.
Delta Gamma Adds Six
Delta Gamma: Dorothy Bloxom,
'41; Julie Chockley, '43; Virginia
Drury, '41; Donna Eckert, '43A; Jane
Graham, '43; Jeannette Hoffman,
'42; Charlotte Kinney, 4lEd; Isa-
belle Kulsavage, '43; Betty Ann Neal,
'43; Eleanor Rakostraw, '43; Char-
lotte Cleary, '43; and Brena Dean
Purgett, '42.
Gamma Phi Beta: Jane Honey,
'43; Jean Jeffrey, '43; Doris Arner,
'43; Mary Riechle, '43; Patricia Stelle,
'43 and Margaret Ihling '43.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Mary Major,
'41; Suzanne Barlow, '42; Ann White,
'42; Barbara Carrite, '43; Doris Veh-
meyer, Spec.; Jean Ryerson, '42; Bet-
ty Johnson, '42; Elizabeth Buesser,
'43; Mary Pfender, '43; Virginia
Morse, '43; Mary Lou McKisson, '41;
Harriet Vicary, '43; Mary Eleanor
Brown, '43; Phyllis Tonkin, '42; Joan
Baker, '41; Jean McLachlan, '41 and
Barbara Amsbury, '43.
Kappa Delta: Jean Cox, '43; Mar-
jorie Bowen, '43; Dorothy Cowen, '41;
Margaret Marshall, '42; Mary Pete,
'43; Dorothy Bill, '43; and Ruth Bar-
ber, '40.
Kappas Add Twelve
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Nancy Sur-
genor, '42; Jean Bullion, '42; Gertrude
Andresen, '42; Elizabeth Gram, '43;
Betty Hinkle, '42; Betty Erdman, '43;
Martha Burns, '41; Barbara Olds,
'41; Dorothy Rudy, '42; Bonnie Low-
den, '42; Dorothy Trump, '42 and
Alice Ann Lord, '41.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Syril Greene,
'43; Beverly Sadwith, '42; Elaine
Ross, '43 and Margaret Weiner, '43.
Pi Beta Phi: Marjorie Ashley, '43;
Camille Ayers, '42; Barbara Clark,
'43; Nancy Drew, '42; Mary Louise
Ewing, '43; Phyllis Fowler, '43; Mar-
cia Karn, '41; Marjorie Mahon, '43;
Janet McKinley, '43; Jean Rendinell,
'42; Donelda Schaible, '42 and Nancy
Stock, '43."
Zeta Tau Alpha: Geneviev George,
'41; Cora Hackett, '42; Ellen Koop-
man, '43; Catherine Robertson, '42,
and Harriet Shoecraft, '41.
Gamma Phi Beta also announced
the pledging of Dorothy Brooks, '42,
of Latrobe, Tenn.

For W.A.A.
Jobs To Begin
Eight Executive
Positions Available;
Thursday Is Deadline
Petitioning for the eight executive
positions on the Women's Athletic
Association Board will begin tomor-
vow, it was announced by Harriet
Sharkey, '40, president of the present
Positions which are filled by peti-
tioning and interviews are president,
vice-president, secretary, treasurer,
American Federation of College Wo-
men representative, intramural man-
ager, publicity manager and awards
lMust Be Eligible
Any woman scholastically eligible
is eligible to petition for a position.
The only exception to this is that the
president must be a senior next year
and must have been a member of the
board for at least one year.
Petitioning will take place from
tomorrow to Thursday, March21.
Petitions may be Qbtained at the
main desk in the Women's Athletic
Building. Interviewing will be held
March 22 and 23 at the Women's
Athletic Building.
Will Be Interviewed
Senior members of the present ex-
ecutive board and faculty advisers
will interview all candidates.
In addition to the eight holders, of
executive positions there are several
club managers on the board. These
positions are filled by elections in the
various sports clubs.
This issue of the women's page
of The Daily is an~ experiment to
increase the rea labiit ;accuracy,
writing speed and language orig-
nality of the headlines used in
The Daily. Headlines on this page
are set in a "streamlined" stye,
adapted for The :Daily by Night
Editor Leonard Schleider. The
Daily will be glad to hear its
readers' opinions of this new
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"American youth seems to have the
logical attitude necessary to keep the
United States from entering the war,
a move. that would imperil the civili-
zation of the one country which I
hope will keep neutral," Vera Brit-
tain, noted English author and lec-
tuerr, who is completing a lecture
tour of the United States within the1
next month, said in an interview yes-
Ideals are not the basis on which
this war is being fought, according to
Miss Brittain who was a volunteer
nurse in the last world war, and who
has been very active in peace move-
ments since. It is nothing more or
less than a struggle between England
and Germany for the domination of
the continent, Miss Brittain said.
If the war continues beyond this
year it will become a deadlock, Miss
Brittain added, for that would give
Germany sufficient time to reorgan-
ize the Russian transportation sys-
tem, and would thereby enable Ger-

Vera Britain Says America
Has No Place In Europe's War

many to receive necessary war mater-
ials from Russia.
But, barring accidents, such as the
death of Hitler, which would prob-
ably end the war at once, the struggle
gives all appearances of lasting for
years, without either side winning a
decisive victory, until the continent
is completely exhausted, Miss Brit-
tain feels.
Once the war gains momentum, so
that people forget what chey're fight-
ing for, and concentrate only on be-
ing the victors, even Hitler's death
would not be an aid to peace, this
peace-loving Englishwoman fears.
"No one really wants the war to con-
tinue, but too much has been said
that can't be taken back, and no
way out of the dilemma has appeared
to those in power," Miss Brittain con-
Asked what she though of possibili-
ties of 4.n equitable settlement of the
European difficulties, Miss Brittain
proposed the plan of the Belgian, Van
Zealand, which was suggested sev-
eral years ago and pigeon-holed.

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