T HE MIC HIGAN DA ILY
SA'1tiJDAY, ARC 23,19
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Engineer's Amateurish Action'
Ignored By Superior Lawyers
It may not be legal, but Michigan's
future barristers have supercilious-
ly declined to take steps to prosecute
certain unnamed embryonic engin-
eers who recently, and with malicious
intent, took down all the posters ad-
Vertising Crease Ball, annual formal
dance given by the lawyers which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the League ballroom.
Dismissing this "amateurish ac-
tion" with a superior smile, the law-
yers declare the merits of Crease Ball
to be too well established to be hurt
by the feeble efforts of rivals who
can't cope with even the most inncs-
D. Carnegie Consulted
Preferring to have no direct con-
Marion Weiss Wins
Bowling Title Over
Marion Weiss, '40, won over Jane
Zimmerman, '41, to become the wo-
men's bowling champion of the Uni-
Miss Weiss gained the title Wed-
nesday at the Women's Athletic
Building bowling alleys when she was
victorious in the annual individual
women's bowling tournament.
In a three string match, Miss Weiss
bowled scores of 195, 191 and 177.
Miss Zimmerman was the runner-up
with the following scores: 115, 1571
28 women bowled in the tourna-
ment. Nancy Bercaw, '43Ed. was de-
feated by Miss Zimmerman and Miss
Weiss won over Irene Johnson, '42,
in the semi-finals last week.
Throughout the tournament, the
highest total score for three games
won each match.
The team tournament is now inr
progress. Teams are made up of
three members, and any number of
teams may be entered by each In-
dependent Zone, dormitory or soror-
All games should be played off at
the earliest possible date, Miss Weiss
bowling representative on the Wo-
men's Athletic Association Board
tact with the engineers, Law Club
members suggest that their "Slide
Rule" foes peruse carefully Dale Car-
negie's best seller before engaging in
any other activity which might be
brought to the public eye. Proof of
the need of this suggestion was of-
fered by the case of Jimmy Joy, one-
tire engineer, who deserted the pro-
fession, it is alleged, because of the
"uncongenial" associations involved.
Joy and his orchestra, appropriately
enough have been engaged to furnish
the music for Crease Ball.
Another featured attraction of the
dance will be the distribution of the
Michigan Raw Review, a magazine
published for people who move their
lips when-they read. The "Raw Re-
view", which is a take-off on the aus-
tere "Law Review" feature articlesI
,which are designed to lampoon pro-
fessors and members of the Law Club.
Published periodically whenever "The
collective heads of the law school
are felt to have become too large,"
this issue of the magazine will have
as an added attraction, special action
pictures and caricatures of the Law
"Review Is Rumorous"
The "Raw Review" is made as hu-
morously like its more dignified coun-
terpart as possible-using the same
format and type, and including in
its 40 pages leading articles, dis-
cussions and notes.
The "Raw Review Committee" is
composed of James Sagar, Spec, Edi-
tor-in-chief; Redick Jenkins, '40L,
and Leonard Wingert, '40L, co-busi-
ness managers, and C. R. Smith and
John Somerville, '40L, associate edi-
tors. The rest of the committee pre-
fers to remain anonymous in case
any trouble develops over the articles
rMiss Parfet To Be Feed.
By Formal Dance day
A formal dance will be given by
Helen, Elizabeth, and David Ladd, in
honor of the engagement of Steph-
anie Parfet, '39, to Sanford Ladd,
'38, from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. tonight at
the Huron Hills Country Club.
Herb Ritz and his orchestra will
play for the party tonight. The par-
ents of the bride-to-be will be among
the 200 guests expected to attend.
A 'dinner will be given before the
dance by Mr. Sanford Ladd.
Dames To Meet Today
r0 Ta e Plece
Wednes d:v In IA'a'l
All sorority women will meet in a
Panhellenic mass meeting at 4 p.l.
Wednesday in the League Ballroom
it was announced yesterday by Bar-
bara Basset'. 4, prresident of Pan
The meltin w\"l take the form f
an informal _,)'on group witl
Miss Alice Lloyd n attendance h
discuss posible changes and sua
gestion in 1us -. rules as well
general sorority an ampus uroblen'
with the soror ity women.
Amongt the ushing rules whic_
will be considered will be the advis-
ability of continuing the dessert din-
ners as held this year. of reverting
to complete dinners as held in for-
mer years, or of eliminating dinners
entirely from formal rushing, Miss
The length of rushing season will
also be discussed. Advantages and
disadvantages of both long and short
seasons will be considered in order to
decide the best time limit for next
Miss Bassett wil conduct the meet-
Rare Boo A w ,oek
An incident at Williams College
Williamstown, Mass, is an explana-
tion of the reason books in libraries
are kept locked up. A copy of the firs
Shakespeare Folic: was stolen from
the Chapin Library at the college.
The thief used a letter of introduc-
tion to gain access to the book and
then took it.
Therefore, librarians are keeping
a sharper eye than even on their
books, especially the rare ones.
Ichigai's Co-operatihe Housing
Praised As An ,Efficient Plan
~oriaf Program Arranfge(l of work hours required. In the Alice
Freeman Palmer Cooperative House,
., (eW e tl oardfor example. the number of hours of
epreseniting All houses work has been reduced from approxi-
_____fately seven and a half hours per
By ESTHER OSSER week to a maximum of six hours per
N) longer an experiment. but an week. In Brandeis House. a men's
ecooperative, the number of work hours
eificint plan of action, cooperative has been reduced from seven to four
iousing at Michigan has won plaudits hours per week, since February.
for its varied social and educational m
l)rogramrs as well as for the economy j Mvembers of the cooperatives ascribe
iss offers.r e this greater efficiency to familiarity
Integrating and strengthening the with the tasks and also, in some cases
It wholecooperative movement here, is to the system of specialization of
ike nwly eveloped inter-cooperatve ivlabor employed. In one of the men's
um il which not only plans a sociali cooperatives, for instance, one mem-
nio amfor the nine houses which ber peels potatoes four hours per
i the council. but also acts week, another helps with dish washing
as a cenral board to interview per- for the same length of time, while still
s:mnsl and as an advisory board for another does nothing but work out
ew~ly organized houses. The coun- new schemes for saving time in per-
I also plans to initiate a program of forming the various tasks.
Snie-cooperative buying in the near Positions Are Shifted
ttre. In the women's cooperatives, effi-
j Social Program Planned ciency is sacrificed somewhat for the
Social activities planned by the co- sake of familiarizing the members
>reratives for their 200 members with the various "jobs," such as ac-
:ngle from roller skating parties to counting, purchasing and menu-plan-
Acacia To Hold
Fraternities And Sorority
To Give D~auces Tonight
Filling the interlude between large
campus dances with parties of their
own will be one sorority and three
fraternities, this evening.
Initiation formal will be held at
the Acacia house. Chaperoning it
are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pryce, and
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wagner. Alpha
Omicron Pi is also having a dance.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Foster and Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Lawton will
The freshmen of Kappa Nu will
give a party for their actives. They
have requested Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min Kessel and Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
Sachs to chaperon. Michigamua is
having a dance at the Phi Delta The-
ta house. As their chaperons they
have invited Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
H' ath, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rea.
63,000 Americans Abroad
WASHINGTON, March 22.-(/P)-
The nautical influence is be-j
ing seen this season in sportswear.I
Gabardine dresses with short puf-
ed sleevs trimmed in the same smart
stripped material of which the col-
lar is made are especially out-
standing. The sailor collars, remin-
iscent of younger days, again ap-
Basketball Series Won
By Richardson Team
Last two games of the Club Basket-
ball series were played off this week
at :Barbour Gymnasium. Varnell
Team defeated Fox on Tuesday by a
score of 21 to 3.
Richardson is the winner in this
roundrobin tournament, having won
five games out of five. Varnell is
second, a four game out of five game
average. Tied for third place are
Stelle and Fox who lost two games
and won three.
A series of outside games with other
colleges has been scheduled by Mary
Culbertson, '40, manager.
gchange dinners. The educational .in' The State Department said today
ogram offers informal discussions Many of the cooperatives take in that 63,235 Americans still were liv-
cv pertinent topics led by faculty boarders who, while they do not live ing in Europe on Jan. 1 despite the
nembers of the University and, this in the house, become eligible for war. A year earlier the number was
Icar, also includes a special lecture rooms in the cooperatives in case of 84,603.
s r ies. in which such topics as co- vacancies. At present approximately
c)eraive leadership and cooperative 50 students are being "apprenticed" in the know" guffing is defined as
ools and principles, will be discussed. to the movement in this way. the privilege of raiding the ice box
Greater efficiency in performing Members of cooperatives claim to at odd hours-one of the many ad-
I! tasks assigned to each member have added the word "guffing" to the vantages of living in a cooperative
has, in eneral, reduced the number campus vocabulary. For those "not house, the members claim.
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Drill T-am To Tryout
First call is being issued for the
Drill Team tryouts for Military
Ball. The tryouts will be tested at
1 p.m. at Waterman Gym.
Initiations, pledgings, and elections
include all the activities of chapter
houses which have recently taken
The election of new officers has
recently been announced by Acacia.
They are: George Matthews, '41,
president; John Durr, '41, vice-presi-
dent; Robert Boswell, '42, house man-
ager; Ross Clark, '43, secretary, and
John Pierson, '41E, social chairman.
They have also pledged the follow-
ing men: Bill Courtwright, '43, of
Ann Arbor; Clifford Wise, '43E, of
Spring Lake; Bryce Broughton, '43,
of Jackson; Rolland Foley, '43E, of
Kenmore, N.Y., Madison Lent-Koop,
;43, of Ann Arbor and Barth Carl-
son, '42,,of Sparta.
New officers have been elected by
Chi Omega. They are: Virginia Bre-
reton, '41, president; Jane Ann Viss-
cher, '41, vice-president; Ann Minck-
ler, '41P, secretary; Betty Jane Swift,
'41, treasurer; Margery Allison, '41,
pledge mistress, and Anna Jean Will-
iams, '42, social chairman.
They have also initiated nine wo-
men. They are Marjorie Strong, '43;
Sally Walsh, '43; Barbara Woodward,
'43; Marjorie Mullin, '43; Jane Stone,
'41; Jerry McKinley, '43; Doris Van
Vleck, '42; Elaine Maird, '42 and Mar-
jorie Storken, '43.
The Michigan Dames Homemaking
Group will meet at 8 p.m. today at the
home of Mrs. Stanley Minor, 1223%r/
S. Forest. Mrs. Donald Church is in
charge of the program, which will be
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