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..1~, J)J~ The University of Wiscomin

Sale Continues
For Graduates'
Annual Formal
Faculty Mcnlwrs Invited;
George Kavanagh And
Band To Be Featured
Sale of tickets for the second an-
nual graduate formal to be held
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday,
May 17, will continue every day until
the date of the dance, as previously
The time of the sale has been
changed from the noon hour to 6:30
p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in the lobby of the
Rackham School. Tickets are also
available in the lobbies of the League
And the Union.
Sale Limited
Faculty members are invited to
attend the dance as well as all
graduate students. One member of
each couple must have graduate
standing in the University. The sale
of tickets is limited to 75 couples.
George Kavanaugh and his or-
chestra will be featured at the dance
and are well known for their recent
appearance at Eastwood Park, Hotel
Webster Hall and the Saks Show Bar
in Detroit. The band features sweet
and swing with its leaders soloing
in saxophone and vocal numbers,
Refreshments Served
Refreshments will be served at the
dance which will be held in the
Rackham ballroom and on the roof
terrace. The committee arranging
the dance consists of Josephine
Hinds and James Reefer as general
Vivien Frechtbaum and Edward
Gray are in charge of the publicity
and are assisted by Homer King.
Mildred Patterson assisted by Cath-
erine Kerr and George Kiss are plan-
ning the decorations for the formal.
Dramatic Festival

Parisian Styles Belie War Terrors

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Orep, /ere

Alumnae House S
Crowni For Sc

By VICKI voiiie Are Oitstandi ;ig;
(a11lljul.s ceord HehIl
1 11
For Last Three Years
Once a year The Daily gets a
hance to celebrate and spread its By JANET l' ATT
-n name and business all over Uniqietforits phenomenal record
ie frcnt page, and it is my good ' scholasti achiercmel, and ,ne
ortunc to be able to join in the c° two University dormitories to run
c'etration through the medium of under almost complete self-manage-
h s column. m nt. Alumnae House, women's un-;
No da" during the year means so dergraduate dormitory, displays with
ruch to a Daily man or woman as pride the highest scholastic record
he Day of Appointments. For the of any house on campus again this
1--v editors it's a day of supreme year for the third consecutive time.
joy. for the out-going editors it Specifically the house has a B-
marks the end of three and one- Spcf!lytehuehsaB
plus average. Seven of the 16 women
half years of concentrated pleasure residents there received special in-
and activity, and it is then that the vitations to the recent'Honors Con-
young 'uns first begin to feel the vention; three of the 60 all-A stu-
irresistible pull of The Daily's per- dents on campus are residents of
-onality in the tenseness of the at- the house; two of its members are
.ncsphere of the city room while the Senior Society women: one is a Mor-
Board sits in dignified debate in the tar Board; the four women with the
outer office. highest averages in the sophomore
It is difficult to express exactly class are residents; one member
what constitutes The Daily's per- { belongs to the Classical Honor So-

tudents RetainThUneriyoWscsn
R1tC U R eai claims that its radio station, WIIA,
is the oldest in the country.
holsti Hoors
the house was cow'eived some 15
years ago when Alumnae Iouse
came into being as a project of
various Mijcian Alumnae groups
in nearby cit iCs.
The Detoit ,roup in l articula
was influential in bu ying the housx
-and running it until about eight
years ago wh:,n it was turned ove:
to the University and incorporated G
into the regular dormitory system

War scares and gas masks played little part in the
connected with France's annual races at Longehamps,
Parisiennes upheld the national reputation for smartness
appeared in such costumes as those shown above.

and chic
when they

Cooperative Summer Nursery
School To Open Second Session

sonality. It's partly composed of the
battles which are fought so violently,
and won or lost so passionately with-
in its walls. Partly it's composed of
pride because The Daily's the best
college newspaper in the country-I
just ask any Daily man!
Another element is the demand
it makes upon its vassals to give
their best and give it when The
Daily needs it. Whatever it is it's
something which marks us-fresh-
men, sophomores, juniors, seniors-
Daily men and women, first, last
and always!
My congratulations to the new
editors. In their hands The Daily
will strive to surpass itself. Sorryt
I can't include the new women's ed-
itor since appointments won't be out'
until later today, but whoever she
is, she will be good because the
whole junior staff is good. And to
the out-going editors-my condol-
Publicity Chairman
Interviews To Be
Today, Tomorrow
Interviewing for chairmanship of
publicity of the League will be held
by members of Judiciary Council to-
day and tomorrow, Doris Merker, '41,
chairman, announced.
The interviews will be held by ap-
pointment with Miss Merker, and
alf who petitioned for the position
will be called by her to arrange for
All junior women who are eligible
and have done work on publicity
before may be interviewed if they
have turned in their petitions.

i ciety; and three women are now
members of Alpha Lambda Delta,
the Freshman Honor Society.
At the Installation Banquet in
1936, Alumnae House received its
first book award for the highest
schclastic average on campus, and
three other such awards have been
added to its library since then. In
addition members of the house have
also found time to do work in the
League, for the W.A.A. and on var-
ious student publications.
Asked just how this high record
could be accounted for, House Direc-
for Mrs. Florence L. Preston ex-
pressed the opinion that they were
just fortunate in having so many
'girls with such good previous rec-
ords apply for admission to the
Several of the house members
said thatthey felt that the semi-
cooperative set-up of the house, in
providing an opportunity for the
residents to earn a part of their
college expenses if they desired to
do so, was in part responsible for
attracting girls to the house whose
aim was a good college record.
This self-management system of

Che Illists Hold
Annual Dinner
For Neophytes
Prof. Preston W. Slosson was the
principal speaker at the annual in-
itiation banuct Saturday at the
Union honoring thirty-eight men
who were mde members of Phi
Lambda Upsilon, national honorary
chemical society.
The following men were initiated:
Arthur J. Zambito. '40; John Wyn-
stra, Grad; Robert Herzog, Grad;
Harold E. Baker, Grad; Norman J.
Fey, '40E; John R. Dice, '41; Law-
rence B. Wick, '40; Chi Chuan Shen,
Grad; Jonathan T. Carriel, Grad;
Samuel Kushner, Grad; Lawrence
B. Schott, Grad; Frank R. Fowler,
-41; Leonard E. Miller, '40; Richard
D. Morin, '40; Oliver Johnson, Grad;
Howard Siefen, '40.
The list continues with the names
of Roger B. Peterson, '40E; Theo-
dare Berlin, Grad; Arthur C. Steven-
son, Grad; Robert S. Hansen, '40;
J. David Newburgh, '41; Frank M.
Conway, '40E; Arnold M. Ames,
Grad; Theron T. Chapel, '40E; Wes-
ton E. Smith, '40E; William J. Dar-
by, Grad; Marcus W. Edelstein,
Grad; Charles 0. Hutchenreuther,
Grad; Harry C. Fischer, '40E; Wil-
liam B. Wright, Grad; H. Richard
Hatcher, '40E; Samuel W. Root, '40;
Don Carson, '40E; David G. Cushing,
'40E; Irwin Clark, Grad; Frederick
C. Miller, Grad; James R. Runyon,
Grad, and Edward L. Jenner, Grad.

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Carrie Bridewell
When the Molnar comedy, "The
Guardsman," opens Tuesday, June
11, at the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre, it will present again to Ann
Arbor one of its best-loved May Fes-
tival stars--Mme. Carrie Bridewell.
Deserting the operatic stage, this
time, for the legitimate stage, Mme.
Bridewell will appear in the charac-
ter role of "Mama," the part which
Helen Westley made famous in the
Lunt-Fontanne production of "The
Mme. Bridewell, who is the latest
star td be signed by the Dramatic
Season committee, has endeared her-
self to nation-wide audiences, both
concert and theatre-goers, through
her stage performances and through
her operatic appearances. Her dic-
tion, in the many languages she
commands, has won for her merited
and sincere acclaim.
Season tickets for the 1940 Dra-
matic Season plays are now on sale
in the Garden Room of the League.
Tickets for single performances wiy
be on sale at the Garden Room start-
ing Monday. Other well-known wo-
men included among the May Fes-
tival are Diana Barrymore, Ruth
Chatterton, Madge Evans, and Madyl

Ann Arbor moppets between the
ages of two and five will play this
summer at the Ann Arbor Cooperative
Nursery School which will holds its
second annual session this season.
Mrs. Dorothy Ouradnick of Ann
Arbor: professional nursery school
teacher, will be the leader of the
groeup, it was announced by Mrs.
Arthur Smithies, who is in charge of
preparations. Mrs. Ouradnick, be-
cause of a special interest in young
children, has made an extensive study
of the pre-school child.
The group plans to meet five morn-
ings a week during ,the eight weeks
of the University Summer Session at
the Angell School playground and
kindergarten room on South Univer-
sity Avenue. Children may be regis-
tered either for the full eight weeks
or for six weeks only.
Expenses will be reduced to one
dollar a week for each child by
mothers assisting Mrs. Ouradnick a
few mornings each week. The exact
number of mornings required will de-
pend upon the size of the class en-
Each morning the children will be
medically inspected when they arrive
at school. At its disposal the group
will have the regulation nursery
school equipment including gymnas-
tic apparatus, tools, painting ma-
terials, children's victrola records and
the instruments for the rhythm band.I
Further information regarding the
coming session may be obtained by

telephoning Mrs. Arthur Smithies,
Jane Kiaf To Wed
S11 June At League
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kraft of Cala-
donia, Mich., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Jane, '40SM,
to Dr. James L. Lawson of the Phy-
sics Department in the University.
The marriage will take place Jun:
16 in the League Chapel.,
Dr. Lawson was graduaied from
Kansas University and obtained his
doctor's degree from Michigan in
1939. Miss Kraft is a member of



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