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FRsIAYX A kII19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'Heavenly Daze' And Military Ball Will Be Presented

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Freshmen women will satirize
their own green bewilderment arjI
the 1940 Union Opera, at "Heavenly
Daze," first project of the class of
'43, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in
the League ballroom.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
provide the rhythm for this informal
dance, as they did for the 1939
Freshman Project and for "Hi-Fa-
lutin'."
Patrons and patronesses of the The men copose the central co
dance are President and Mrs. Alex- from left to right, standing: Gilb
ander G. Ruthven, Vice-President Scoville, '40, Lowell R. Moss, Jr., '4
and Mrs. Shirely W. Smith, Dean L. Bown, '4PE, Louis A. Hopkins,
Alice C. Lloyd, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wendell . Lenz, '40R&C. Kneeli
A. Sink, Dean -Byrl Bacher, Dean Frank'K.Ellis, '4
Jeannette Perry, Professor and Mrs. Fs
Albert Hyma, Dr. Margaret Bell, and"
Prof. and Mrs. Joseph R. Hayden.
Patrons' List Continues osture Plays Im
Other patrons are Prof. and Mrs. n
Karl Litzenberg, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis
E. Wehmeyer, Prof. and Mrs. Julio
del Toro, Miss Ethel A. McCormick,
Mr. John Arthos, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Entertainment To Feature
F. Haines, Miss Elizabeth Lowrie,
Mr. James H. Robertson, Miss Kath- Number From Mimes;
een Hussey, and Mrs. Philip M. Wy- Bill Gail's Band To Play
gan t. ____
The list continues with Mr. and N
Mrs. William H. Irwin, Mr. John Not only were 33 women chosen as
Henry Stibbs, Miss Esther Colton, models at the Daily style show try-
Mrs. Woolsey W. Hunt, Mrs. Marta outs last Tuesday, but it was also
L. Ray and Miss Hope Hartwig. discovered that poor posture is a
Grace Procter, general chairman, cormon failing of the Michigan
will have as her guest Walter Reed, women, according to Miss Ethel Mc-
'43Spec. Erwin Soukup is the guest Cormick, social director of the
of Carol Pitcher, tickets, and John League, and Dr. Meldon Everett, of
Fauver, '43E, will accompany Jane the Physical Education Department
Honey, patrons. Barbara Amsbury, and Health Service.
music chairman, has invited Jack From the 102 women who tried out,
Silcott, Grad., and Barbara Clarke, the following were selected upon the
costume chairman, will be accom- basis of posture, poise, and person-
panied by Harold Holshuh, '40. ality, with the first playing the major
Thomas McCoach, '43, is the guest part in the decisions. Those who will
of Jeanne Clare, finance, and Marcia model are Jeanne Abraham, '42,
Dubrucq, programs, will accompany Frances Besancon, '41, Marjorie
Alden Johnson, '43. Henry McDon- Bowen, '43, Louise Carpenter, '42,
nell, '42, is the guest of Jane Gra- Geraldine Cady, '41, Jane Connell,
ham, publicity, and Jean Jeffrey, '42, Carolyn Denfield, '42, Ann Faden,
recorder, will attend with John '43, Dorothy Farnsworth, '41, and
Bahlman, '42. Jane Graham, '43.
The main theme of the dance will Others who were chosen are Ruth
revolve around the "Heavenly Daze" . Gram, '43, Mary Haskell, '42, Harriet
of college entrance, problems of first Johnson, '40, Frances Kahrs, '40,
year students will be exposed in Mary Kasper, '41, Betty Keppler, '41,'
mural form around the walls of the Pat Loughead, '42, Mary Alice M-
room, while guest programs will car- Andrew, Joan Munn, '42, Frances
ry on their covers sketches of two Patterson, '42, Phoebe Power, '42,
typical '43 faces. Millie Radford, '42, Helen Rhodes,
"Five Out of Five," openly a take- '42, Ellie Seares, '42, Ardath Terzia,
off on the 1940 Mimes production, '43, Margot Thom, '42, Jean Thomp
will entertain Project guests from son, '40, Dorothy Trump, '42, Freda
10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Grand RapWs " Vanderveen, '40, Mim Westerman,
Room. Blind dates at Jordan Hall '43, Yvonne Westrate, '41, Mary El-
will be the theme of the skit with len Wheeler, '41, and Elaine Wood,
speaking parts taken by Doris Kirk, '41.
"Vanity Affair" as the style show
is entitled, will transform the Mich-
SALE igan Theater stage into a country
club terrace on which the models will
SPRING COATS -- ---------
Nancy Wowrell, Virginia Morris,
Margaret Brown, Mary Lou Ewing,
Olga Gruhzit, and Joy Wright.
,
STYLED'<FOR ACTION

Enoch Ligti's
Band To Play
In Union Today
Newly Initiated Memubers
Of Scabard And Blade
Will Form Saber Arch
To the strains of Enoch Light and
his "Light Brigade" the twenty-sec-
ond annual Military Ball will open
at 10 p.m. today in the Union Ball-
room.4
Leading the march through the
Saber Arch, formed by newly initiat-
ed men of Scabbard and Blade and
their guests, will be Walter J. Clem-
ent, Jr., '40E, general chairman, and
June Spoeri of Utica. N.Y.
Other committeemen and their
guests are Lowell R. Moss, Jr., '41E;
secretary of the. dance and as his
guest Anne D. Minckler, '41P, Frank
R. Ellis, '41, treasurer and head of
finance, tickets and publicity, who
will attend with Gertrude Ann Kla-
ver, '39, of Detroit, and entertain-
ment chairman Wendell E. Lenz, '40
R&C, and Gaynell Weller of Ann
IArbor.
Also marching beneath the silver
blades will be John W. Stephens, '41,
'entertainment committee, and his

Petitioning Ends
For Theater Arts,
Chairmen Today
Petitioning for chairmen on the
League Theater Arts committee will
end at 5 p.m. today. with interview-
ing to be carried on from 2 p.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, May
3.
Appointments will be announced
the week following interviewing, al-
though the committees will not start
functioning until next semester. Al-
most all the work of the Theater Arts
revolves around the Children's The-
atre productions which take place
'he first semester of each year.
Sixteen chairmanships are open
to sophomore and junior women,
with sixteen assistantships open to
this year's freshman women, who
have petitioned for J.G.P.
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Omf fieer Are Elected

New officers of Lambda. Chi Al-
pha include the following men: Vin-
cent Gottcshalk, '41, president; Don-

mmittee of Military Ball. Reading
ert L. Stephenson, '4E, Walter A.
E, Walter J. Clement, '40E, Robert
'40E, Douglas C. Jeffrey, '41E, and
ing: John W. Stephens, '40, and
iportant Role
lodels For Show
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dispay the Bcothes.in accordancet guest, Janet McMullen of Dayton, 0., College women with
with this theme, Bill Gail's orchestra Louis A. Hopkins, Jr., '40E, will be Katharine Gibbs secretarial
will play from the pit as the women accompaniedrby Elizabeth Watkings, training look out upon broad
model. Between the modeling num- '41, and Dorothy De Leo of Royal horizons. Many a Gibbs-
bers short entertainment will be Oak, will be the guest of Robert L trained secretary, startingI
provided by Annabel Van Winkle, '41, Ok, will b rhegsto e rt Las an understudy. has
wowlsigan mebrofteBrown, '40E, orchestra head. . steadily advanced to an ex-
Mimes' skit, "Four Out of Five." The list concludes with Douglas ecutive position of her own.
There will be no admission charge Jeffery, '41E, and Doris Marley, '43, + Special Course for Col-
for the show which will be held Walter A. Scoville Jr., '40, drillmas- lege Women opens in New
from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday. Clothes ter, and Lois Hogstrom of Berwyn, York and Boston, Sept. 24.
to be modeled will fall into four di- ll., John Sherrill, '40, entertainment, * OPTIONAL-AT NEW
visions: date dresses; formal gowns, and Enora Ferris, '41, and Walter J. OK SCHOO Oy LY-
Hinkle, '40, president of Scabbard same course may be started
campus sports wear and casual play July 8, preparing for early
clothes. and Blade and chairman of the ban- placement.
quet, and his guest, Marian Price, '40, Ask College Course Secre-
" a who will head the Saber Arch. tary for "RESULTS/'a book-
Ski Ied Riders Scabbard and Blade, open to re- let of placement informa-
- serve officers and advanced course tion, and illustrated catalog.
men and guests, will hold a banquet BOSTON,90 Marlborough St.
R 0eeive PriZes at 6:30 p.m. Prof. Alfred Holmes will
be guest speaker.
A Horse Show During intermission at the dance, KATHA E G1BBS
the traditional stunt will be held.
After intermission the grand march,
More than 300 persons watched led by committeemen and guests, will
thirteen University students and a proceed through the Saber Arch.
faculty member win prizes and rib- - -- - -
bons for excellence in horsemanship I
in a spring horse show held here
Wednesday.rt
f Winnershin the coed classin oder8
of their choice, were Pricilla Ehlers, ~L arage iats0
'43, Beverly Wolsson, '43, Gloria
Allender, '43, and Joan Reutter, '42-
SM. For dressy wearwide brims
In the men's intramural class John
Mattick, '43, took first, followed by in black, navy, burnt, and white.
Oscar Traczewitz, '40 F&C, Jack,
Reynolds, '43 and Wallace Schweins-
berg, '40 F&C.
Prof. Henry Adams, of the marine2e
engineering department, took second f
place in the open horsemanship class,
followed by Charles Beaird, '43 and V
Nancy Furstenberg.DC
Parties, Formals 8 DANASRICHARDSON
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Just a week until Daily appoint-
ments, and still the various campus
houses continue to have parties!
Adelia Cheever will have a dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight today, at
which Mrs. Holly Dobbins and Miss
Martha Bailey will chaperon. At the
Alpha Tau Omega party the chaper-
ons are Mr. and Mrs. S. L. LaFever
and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Emmons.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andrae and
Mr. and Mrs. George Andros will
2haperon the Chi Pni spring formal,
3arton Hills will be the scene of the
Delta Kappa Epsilon and Psi Upsilon
joint dance, which will, be chaper-
oned by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Weaver and Dr. George A. Richard-
son. It will be held from 10 p.m. to
1 a.m.
Interviews To End Today
Interviewing for positions on the
central committee of the 1941 JGP
will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
oday for the last time, Doris Merker,
11, Chairman of the Judiciary Coun-
ail stated.1

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