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SATMDAT, FEB. 17, 1940

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Caduces's Ball
Patrons List
Is Announced

Intricate Draping Accentuates

Figures

1uthvens Head
List Of Frosh
Frolic Patrons
Deans Bacher, Lloyd, Rea,
Lovell, Olmsted, Perry
And Walter Are Included

Special Abilities Create Unique
Position For European Linguist

Seventh

Annual Formal's

Guest Roll To Include
Members Of Faculty
Heading the list of patrons attend-
ing Caduceus Ball, annual Medical
School formal dance to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday, in the
Union Ballroom will be President and
Mrs. Ruthven.
bean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley
will also attend the dance, as will
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dr.
and Mrs. John Alexander, Dr. and
Mrs. Carl E. Badgley, Dr. and Mrs.
James D. Bruce, and Dr. and Mrs.
Carl D. Camp.
Dr and Mrs. Frederick A. Coller,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Edmunds,
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Fralick, Dr. and
Mrs. Albert C. Furstenberg, Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Gesell, Dr. and Mrs. Har-
ley A. Haynes, Dr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Hodges and Dr and Mrs. Albert C.
Kerlikowske have also been invited
to Caduceus Ball.
The patrons list continues with Dr.
and Mrs. Norman R. Kretzschmar,
Dr. and Mrs. Howard B. Lewis, Dr.
and Mrs. Rollo E. McCotter, Dr. and
Mrs. Norman F. MillerDr. and Mrs.
Reed M. Nesbit, Dr. and Mrs Louis
H. Newburgh, Dr. and Mrs. Frederick
Novy and Dr. and Mrs. Bradley M.
Patten.
Dr. and Mrs. Max M. Peet, Dr. and
Mrs. H. Marvin Pollard, Dr. and Mrs.
Malcolm H. Soule, Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus
C. Sturgis, Dr. and Mrs. John Sund-
wall and Dr. and Mrs. Harry A. Tows-
ley are included in the list of patrons.
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Wag-
goner, Dr. and Mrs. Carl V. Weller,
Dr. and Mrs. Frank N. Wilson and
Dr and Mrs. Udo J. Wile will also
attend the dance.
Union Cards Available
Union cards are required for all
Union membership dances. These
cards, which are available to all
University students, may be ob-
tained at the Union desk from 3
to 5 p.m. any day.

'H FaItin!' Cas
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By NORMA KAPHAN
"Time: The last half of the 19th
Century; Place: A girl's seminary in
the east; Characters: A girl by the
name of . . ." read Jane Grove,
General Chairman of this year's Jun-
ior Girls Play, from the script of "Hi
Falutin!"
Her audience was a very select
group, and their attention never
wandered, for it was from among
their number that the final cast would
be chosen. They were the 50 women
who had survived the first tryout,
and had been asked to come to the
League yesterday afternoon to read
portions of the script..
Dances Incorporated in Script
After Miss Grove's outline of the
main- action and principal characters
of the play, the Dance Chairman,
Virginia Osgood,described the dance
routines and choruses which will be
incorporated in the play.
Richard McKelvey, director and
author of the play, entered the room,
and the second tryouts began.
The main problem of any JGP

President and Mrs. Ruthven will
head the patrons list of Frosh Frolic,
annual freshman class dance, which
is to be held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Friday, March 1 in the Union ball-
room.
Other patrons for the dance will
be Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean Byrl F.
Bacher, Dean and Mrs. Alfred H.
Lovell, Dean and Mrs. Charles T.
Olmstead, Dean Jeanette Perry, Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, and Dean
and Mrs. Erich A. Walter.
The guest list continues with Prof.
> and Mrs. Arthur D. Moore, Prof. and
Mrs. Henry W. Nordmeyer, Prof. and
Mrs. Preston W. Slosson, Prof. and
Mrs. Norman H. Anning, Prof, and
Mrs. Herbert O. Crisler, and Prof.
* fli*and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg.
t g Conitinues Other faculty members who will
attend the dance are Prof. and Mrs.
rvout L~e71wind, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van
ryotut League Ael an Pro. Rchard &h1neie-
Duren, and Prof. and Mrs. Carlton
director being to get a sufficient num- Wells.
ber of tall, low-voiced women to play Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. and Mrs.
the male roles, McKelvey was espec- Paul A. Lindquist, Col. and Mrs. Hen-
ially interested in this type. Voices ;Y W. Miller. Mr. John Arthos, Mr.
went down, down, down in registerOliver L. I. Brown, Mr. Bluford 0.
as the women read the coveted roles. Day, and Mr. William B. Dickens
All Read Same Role will also be present at the annual
Various combinations of people were The list of guests concludes with
tried, with the yellow and white scripts Mr. Louis Gordon, Mr. John E. Moser,
going from one side of the room to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Seager, Mr. John
the other. "You try the girl, while H. Stibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H.
you . . . over there . . . try the boy," Stocking and Mrs. Phillip McH. Wy-
said McKelvey time and again, till gant.
everyone had read some role.

Speech majors vied with chemis-
try and history students . . . some
had acted before, many hadn't. They
all had two things in common; they
were juniors, and they wanted a role
in the annual class project.
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J-HOP PICTURES
STILL ON DISPLAY

Drop in Today and Look Them Over
a0 hCapinE eAAD ."p
~ NICKELS ARCADE

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cngaemenrS
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Phyllis Melnick, '40,
to Dr. Jules Halpern, of Norfolk, Va.,
by Dr. and Mrs. Harold H. Melnick
of Woodmere, Long Island. Dr. Hal-
pern, who was graduated from Car-
negie Tech in 1933, is connected with
the physics department. The marriage
took place February 4, at Rochester,
N.Y.
Mr. and Mrs. John Newton Riddle,
of Butler, Pa., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Mary Felicia
Riddle, to George Howard Thomas,
'35E, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Thomas of Detroit.
Announcement of the marriage of
Betty Warwick to. John Leslie Thorn-
hill, Jr., '40, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Thornhill of Ann Arbor ,has been
made by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Cart-
wright of Detroit. Miss Warwick is
a member of the honor societies Pi
Lambda Theta and Phi Kappa Phi.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker of Ann
Arbor announce the marriage of their
daughter Mabel Winifred Dunn, to
Andrew Dobransky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Dobransky, of Ann
Arbor,
Deadline For Basketball
Petitions To -ge Today
Today will be the last opportunity
for those women who are interested
in playing club basketball to join a
team, Mary Culbertson, '40, chair-
man, has annoniced. All women in-
teretsed in joining a team should
call Miss Culbertson at 2-3225. ~
So far, 16 teams have signed up.i
The tournament will begin Tuesday,t
and captains will be notified beforei
that time.

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Radio Dances
Will Brighten
Dull Weekend
The first weekend of the second
semester brings with it scarce enter-
tainment as a result of the thorough-
ly exhausting Jayhopmania of last
week. Only three of the fraternities
and sororities are having festivities
tonight.
Alpha Omega actives will be en-
tertained at a party given by their
pledges from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. L. A.
Katzin of Detroit and Dir, and Mrs.
A. L. Fidenberg of Detroit.
A radio dance will be given by
Alpha Xi Delta from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today, and chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hammial and
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Creal, both of
Ann Arbor.

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Details Of League
Suppers Provide
A Novel Program
Final details of the program for
the first Sunday Night Supper, to
be held at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
League, were planned by the com-
mittee at a meeting yesterday, Al-
vira Sata, '42, chairman, has an-
nounced.
Miss Sata stated that there will be
a great variety of entertainment of-
fered and that the first and second
floors of the League will be at the
disposal of the guests. The suppers
are sponsored by the League social
committee and by Congress.
"The committee feels that the pur-
pose of this project, namely to pro-
vide students with an inexpensive
means of meeting congenial people,
will be better served by as many as
possible coming 'stag,' Miss Sata de-
clared. "However, couples or groups
of students are also welcome," she
added.
A treasure hunt will take place
immediately after supper, ending in
the main ballroom, after which swing
recordings will be played. Ping-pong
and cards will also be played.

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