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FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1940-

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Engineers'
Formal Debut
Of Barristers
To Take Place1
Jimmy Joy's Orchestra
To Play At Dance Held
In 'State Of Rapture''
Approximately 250 ?f Michigan's
future barristers will make their bow
to society at Crease Ball, annual for-
mal dance given by the Junior Leag-
uers of the Law Club, from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the League ball-
room.
Jimmy Joy and his orchestra will
furnish the music for the dance which
will be held in the "State of Rap-
ture" in the "County of Nocturnal
Enjoyment"-more familiarly known
as the Crease Court.
A special publication, "The Michi-
gan Raw Review," which will pre-
sent in pictures and words the more
interesting items of court gossip, will
be distributed among the court at-
tendants and their guests.
Co-chairmen John Owens, '40L,
and Charles Humphrey, '40L, with
guests Jane Vizena of Ann Arbor
and Betty Bixly, of Saginaw, will head
the Grand Jury of the Court. Owens
will wear a black suit, a white shirt,
and a grim expression on his face.
Humphrey will have a new crease put
in his trousers and a fresh part in
his hair in deference to the magnifi-
cence of the occasion.
Fanny Ogoroskin of Detroit will be
the guest of John Somerville, '40L,
chairman of tickets, finance and pub- J
licity. Somerville, ever the publi- M
cist, has announced that he will not M. 0.
reveal the nature of his costume in
advance-preferring, rather, to make
THE dramatic entrance.home
James Sager, '40L, editor of the Int
"Raw Review," will attend the dance
with Shirley Roberts. Leonard Win-
gert, '40L, and Redick Jenkins, '40L, Tis said
co-business managers of the "Raw in general
Review" will have as their guests, on campus:
Doris Wechsler, '41, and Pearl Brown, of using th
'42, respectively. Jean Dancer of good advan
Ann Arbor will attend the dance with Intramun
Boris. Wooley, '40L, patrons chairman. in a proces
Marcus Shivers, '40L, committeeman- interestedi
at-large will have as his guest Isabel perienced o
Yanochowski of Detroit. to attend aj

And Lawyers' Balls AreScheduledFor Today

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To Present Crease

JOHN J. OWENS CHARLES E. HUMPHREY
SHIVERS JAMES L. SAGER JOHN F. COMERVILLE, Jr.

Integral Tables
Are Set Aside
For Slide Rule
Two Vocalists Will Sing
With Woody Herman's
Band At Annual Affair
Slide rules and integral tables will
lie idle from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today
when approximately 375 engineers
will stage their annual onslaught on
the Union Ballroom for the eleventh
annual Slide Rule Ball.
The dance will introduce the music
of Woody Herman and his orchestra
to the campus, along with such fea-
tured vocalists as Carol Kay and
Steady Nelson. Coming to Ann Arbor
directly from, the Panther Room in
Chicago. Herman's band, which
broadcasts nightly over a nationwide
hook-up, is expected to do more than
his share to provide an entertaining
evening for all, Ganson Taggert, '40E,
co-chairman of publicity, stated yes-
terday.
To Hold Formal Dinners
A formal dinner for committee
members and their guests will be
held at 7:30 p.m. at the Union pre-
ceding the ball. Woody Herman and
Carol Kay will be special guests at
the dinner. Patrons and patronesses
will also hold a formal dinner at the
same hour in the Terrace Room of
the Union.
Details of the decorations have
not been revealed, but Lorenz Rinek,
'40E, co-chairman of decorations,
disclosed that they would be of a me-
chanical nature and would be indi-
rectly lighted in a color scheme of
scarlet, green and white.
Slide Rule To Be Displayed'
The traditional giant slide rule will
be displayed at one end of the ball-
room, and green leather programs
with tiny slide rules attached will
carry out the color scheme of the
decorations.
J. Anderson Ashburn, '40E, is gen-
eral chairman of the ball. His com-
mittee includes Taggert Rinek, Rich-
ard Adams, '40E, music chaiman, M.
Robert Herman, Jr., '40E, finance
chaiman, Harold Britton, '41E, in
charge of tickets, H. Richard Steding,
'40E, floor chairman, Seymour Fur-
bush, '41E, co-chairman of publicity,
George Weesner, '41E, patrons chair-
man, James Brown, '40E, in charge
of programs, and Frederick Shands,
'40E, co-chairman of decorations.
The dance is sponsored by the Mich-
igan Technic.
Many Fraternities
Rival Larger Dances
With Parties Today
Lawyers and engineers will be ri-
valled tonight by several smaller
dances. At least these people think
so.
Formal dancing at the Delta Tau
Delta house will be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Raab and Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Hopper. The Phi
Delta Theta house will have a dinner
with Prof. and Mrs. E. N. Durfee
and Prof. and Mrs. J. P. Dawson
acting as chaperons.
Sigma Delta formal will have Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Lefko and Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. $ambrg as its chaperons. -

Engineer, Guest To Lead Slide Rule

ELEANOR RAKESTRAW J. ANDIRWSON ASHRURN

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Yearly Installation
Banquet Theme Is
StationSign-Off
One radio station signing off in
favor of another will be the theme
of the annual Installation Banquet
which will be held at 6 p.m. Monday
in the League, it was announced by
Dorothy Shipman, '40, president of
the League.
Tickets for the banquet will be on
sale for the last time from 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. today in the Undergraduate
Office, and they will not be sold in
dormitories, League Houses, or sor-
ority houses, according to Alberta
Wood, '40, in charge of tickets.
All women on campus may attend
the banquet, at which members of
the new League Council will be an-
nounced.
FLASH
MONTH-END SPECIALS
Slips, Gowns, Pajamas,
Sweaters and Blouses.
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

,n To Organize
ramural Debates
by most men that women
are born debaters; women
now have the opportunity
;his natural inclination to
atage.
ral debating teams are now
s of organization. Anyone
in debating, whether ex-
or not in the field is asked
meeting at 4 p.m. today

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Annual Project
Theme Will Be
'Heavenly Daze'
Entertainment For Affair'
To Include Short Skits,
Dances, Songs, Murals
"Heavenly Daze," satire on new stu-
dents' bewilderment, will be the theme
of Freshman Project, to be given April
26, Grace Proctor, general chairman,
announced at a mass meeting Thurs-
day.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra, who
provided the music for last year's
Project, and who are featured Friday
and Saturday nights at the Union,
will furnish the musical background
for this informal dance.
Skits, dances, songs, and murals will
form part of the entertainment at
the dance which is sponsored by the
freshman women under the auspices
of the League. Original musical com-
positions and skits, now being com-
posed by the music and dance com-
mittees, will be included.
"This is the one chance for all of
you to get acquainted with each oth-
er," Miss McCormick, social director
of the League, emphasized. She
averred that the primary object of
the Project is to provide an oppor-
tunity for the participants to have "a
jolly good time." Profits of the affair
are used to swell the fund for League
scholarships, which are awarded to
women whose activities and grades;
are in high standing.

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