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February 18, 1940 - Image 7

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_____ ____THE MICHfTigA A I IaYt

League, Union I

Instead Of March


Will Cooperate Red Nichols Tc
In Hatchet Ball By ESTHER ossER
If the trumpet isn't mightier than
e To Commemorate the sword, it at least provides as good
.,. a a way to see the world as the army
Washington's Birthday does, Red Nichols, versatile bandlead-
Wednesday At League er who will appear in Ann Arbor to
play for th Frosh Frolic March 1,
In honor of Washington's birthday asserts.t
the League and the Union will co- Famed throughout the country for
operate for the first time in their his "torrid trumpet, wailing to the
histories in sponsoring a dance, four winds," Nichols recalls that he
"Hatchet Ball," which will be held might have distinguished himself as
at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Wal- an officer in the United States army
nut Room of the League. if music hadn't lured him away from
.an appointment to West Point re-
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will cetved upon his graduation from
come over from the Union Ballroom, Culver Military Academy.
displaced by Griff Williams who isMvMiltayCademr.
playing for Caduceus Ball that night. Musical, Not Military, Career
Sawyer plans to present several nov- Rhythmical attractions proved
elty numbers in keeping with the stronger th~an.f military ones, how-
spirit of the occasion and gin remem- ever, and after gaining experience
brance of Washington and his cherry with a band playing a short distance
tree. Ann Dahl, songstress, and Big from Culver, Nichols decided to try
John, specialty vocalist, will be two his luck on Broadway with a band
of the artists participating in the of his own organization. The red-
entertainment. headed maestro has been pretty much
Several of the song hits from the in the public eye-and ear-ever
Union Opera will have their first since.
campus preview at "Hatchet Ball," With his famous "Five Pennies"-
among those being "Four Out of Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Miff Mole
Five," "At Midnight," and "Michigan and Jimmy Dorsey-Nichols toured
Memories." Others of the songs the nation, wining acclaim both on
which have been sent to Fred War- the bandstand and in the recording
ing will also be presented. field. And his two theme songs, "Ida"
Table service and reservations for and "Wail of the Winds" became an
"Hatchet Ball" can be made by call- identifying signal to a legion of radio.
ing the League desk. listeners.
The "Hatchet Ball" celebration is Rehearsals Are Transcribed.
made possible by the 1:30 a.m. per- Flawless performance is a prime
mission for women requisite with the Nichols combina-
NOW YOU'RE TALKING, and can't be wrong. See Quarry right
people will be talking about how away!,
smooth you'll look in a casual
suit. KESSEL'S have an exclusive SOLD TO THE DILLON SHOP-
on these c u t e every conceivable color in the
I tricks featured in rainbow. Here is the pastel cen-
1 Harpers. They are ter. Here those luscious blues and1
of light flannel pinks make your heart go flip1
m a t e r i a l and flop. In skirt, in sweater 'tis all
come in g o o d the same. The skirtsj
looking pastels - - a r e smart with
beige, aqua, pow- belted style a n d
der, mist rose and flared hem. The
yellow. The skirts plaids catch the
are in and out eye with their har-
g o r e d with a monious blending
leather belt. The a nd sbening
shirt has a cute ing combinations.
s h o u l d e r line, iIn sweaters they
short sleeves and pockets. Comfy prefer the new Jer-
for sport and perfect for spring, nat material. The cardigans are
you'll want one in your wardrobe. of the most part part long sleeved.
They give you a choice of two But if you wish they have some
styles. The second has a regular darling short length, angora car-
gored skirt with belt and ,two digans with shor't sleeesn. Pull-
pockets-on the skirt. Simplicity dinwr s ortsle esouk
and charm are the keynotes of overs are prevelentin the stock
this college fashion. See them for too. Gret-n th srig wth soIne-
yourself. I bet you will walk out thing new-and I suggest a sweat
withoneon!er and skirt combination from
with one on! Dillon's.
paved with creams. Creams for LIFE THAT COUNT. And what
cleansing and creams for founda- counts more to the modern miss
tion. The road is straight and than her compact. 'Tis like a
simple if you use the right prep- ship without a port, is a woman
arations. QUARRY gives you a without her vanity case-and
cream created espe- there never can be too many. At
cially for younger a new low price CALKINS-
skins. It's feather FLETCHER gives you some nifty
light. Arden is the little numbers. They
origin and it has a come in all shapes, '
new light weight for all colors, but they .
younger complexions. have one important
It comes in separate little item in com-
tones to blend with mon-a hugh mir-
your particular skin. ror. Small, yet quite S
Take care of your skin now. And adequate, they fit in

for you who crave that sun-tan your purse as snug as a bug. One
early, Helena Rubinstein has pre- cute one which interested me was
pared Rico-Tan foundaton cream. of Mother of Pearl. It came in
Has all the blend of the Florida black and white. Another was a
sun-light. To match she has a leather set, compact and cigarette
powder and lip stick. The wisest case, which was really a bargain.
will be fooled. It's Town and Hop to it kids-here's one article
Country make-up, so you know it you can't do without.
Soft pink-red of stun ripened watermelon .
Peggy Sage's nail poliih creation to blend witf
Spring watermelon fabrics . .. to vitalize new /
browns and grays. Makes hands look alive and
fashion-foremost as they've never looked before!
Ws the polish cents say "wears like iron".l

nig iTo DrUms
pots His Trumpet

Annual Award
For Graduates
Is Announced
Aluinnae Council Found
Lucy Elliott Fellowship
For Outstanding Womenx
The Alumnae Council has an-
nounced the founding of the Lucy
Elliott Fellowship to be awarded to
outstanding women graduated from
any recognized institution and who
wish to continue their work in a
graduate field.


Designed primarily for study at
the University, the Fellowship also
provides for work at other institu-
tions if the candidate is a graduate
of this University. Personality,
- achievement and. scholastic ability
will all be considered in granting
this award, while preference will be
given to those individuals who have
shown outstanding aptitude for crea-
RED' NIC HOLS tive scholarship.
-_ . An annual value of $400 is placed
upon the Fellowship and the holder
tion and to make sure that no mais-ygis expected to refrain from gainful
takes are made, the trumpet-playing , +zn.-. ~ .-i-re o menh d" iw th ii 't wu

uiviylua urng e perzod when
bandleader carries a portable record- she holds this. The fund is from an
ing machine oh which he makes trans- endowment to the Alumnae Council,
criptiohs of ail rehearsals. The record the interest of which is used for this
is played back to the musicians when award.
the number has been completed, and There has been a total of $25,000
any error made thus shows up im- awarded in scholarships and fellow-
mediately. ships by the Alumnae Council since
The recording machine is also 1930, while this year's winner of the
brought into use when broadcasting. fellowship will be the fifth to receive
Its use, Nichols says, enables the such an award. The Council is also
orchestra to achieve "balance, for the creating a fund for the construction
orchestra, sitting behind a vocalist, of the Henderson Cooperative Dormi-
has no idea how the music sounds tory.
out front. When they hear the Application for the Lucy Elliott
record, however, he continues, they Fellowship must be submitted at the
are able to correct any tonal exagger- Alumnae ouncil office in the League
ations that may appear. not later than March 1
PlAyed Trumnpet Whe. Three
Nichols started early in the music
game. He played trumpet at three, i.
and was a soloist at four, probably
inheriting his genius from a musical i is just around the corner.
family. His father was a professor id
of music at the Universzty of Utah,, Is your heir rady to "turn"
while his sister was formerly the with it?
superintendent of music for the pub- "
lic schools in California.
Nichols and his Pennies will come
to Ann Arbor after eight months of
touring. Early this season they were
selected to open Topsy's Cafe in the
film colony. This was followed by a
circuit of one-night engagements.
Cornell Dean Visits Here
Miss Louise Fitch, Dean of Women0
at Cornell, is spending the weelkend l dima beauty 4
in Ann Arbor and staying at Betsy
Barbour. Dean Fitch, en route to Over the Parrot - 338 So. State
the Deans' Convention in St. Louis, STAEBLER BEAUTY SHOPS
stopped here to visit her niece, Elea- 1133 East iluron near -vosher-Jordan
nor Griffin, '41.


Freshman Project P
Petitioning Deadline
Will Be Tomorrow M,
The deadline for petitioning for the sor
1940 Freshman Project is noon to- din
morrow, and all women who wish to tick
petition for central committee posi- dar
tions must have their petitions in by to
that time. roo
The positions open to freshman M
women are general chairman, chair- wil
men of patrons, publicity, finance, sp
tickets, programs, dance, music, andT
costumes. Petitions may be obtained
at the Undergraduate Office in the Bo
Last year's project was called Wo
"Puddle Jump" and Betty Fariss, '42,
was general chairman. The 1938 pro-
ject, "Hayseed Hop," was headed by
Helen Barnett, '41.
This is the first opportunity for
freshman women to participate in
extra-curricular activities, and work
on the project will prove valuable
experience for future work in the
League or other positions on campus.
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your suit and flatter your
....fashioned wtih dimin-
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ew whimsy in lingerie ....
embroidered batiste slips,
s and panties. Important
for wear with sheer spring

ay-Off' Tickets Final Tryouts Are Today
For Sale Monday Final tryouts for parts in the 1940
JGP, "Hi,' Falutin!". will be held by
Members of Mortar Board will visit Richard McKelvey. director, at 2
ority houses and dormitories at p.m. today in the Garden Room of
ner time tomorrow in order to sell the League. Junior women are re-
ets to Pay-Off, sweater and skirt minded that Health Service re-check
~.es t Py-Ofsweteran skrtcards must be turned in when they
ice, which will be held from 9 p.m. attend the tryouts, and also their
2 a.m. Friday in the League Ball- eligibility cards for second semester,
Marvin Frederic and his orchestra
1 play for the dance which is RADIO and
nsored annually by Mortar Board. MICHIGAN Cabs
rickets are priced at $1.50 and may
obtained by contacting Mortar Phones
ard members or by calling Alberta 3030 or 7000
od, ticket chairman, at 2-2543.

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