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T SIAYiFT 22, 1940 .

hip' M ICH-TiN DAILgY

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Mortar Board's. Pay-Off To

Be Held Tomorrow In League

Etertainment
EByMembers
Is Scheduled
Marvin Frederic's Band
Will Play; Ticket Sale
Is Still Open In League
Informality will be the keynote of
"Pay-Off," annual dance sponsored by
Mortar Board, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
Marvin Frederic, who began his
career as an orchestra leader on the
Michigan campus, will return with
his orchestra to play for the dance
which is traditionally a sweater and
skirt affair.
For All Women On Campus
Hazel Bruce will appear as vocalist?
with the orchestra and three male
singers will also appear with the band.
Frederic himself plays the piano.
Ella Stowe, '40, and Maxine Nel-
son, '40, will present a dance as a
special entertainment feature.
Patricia Haislip, president of Mor-
far Board and general chairman of
the dance, will attend with William.
Miller, '42L. David Haughey, '40, will
be the guest of Roberta Leete, publi-
city chairman. Ellen Redner, enter-
tainment chairman, will be escorted
by Reuben Kelto, '41E.
John Airey will attend with Mary
fHonecker, programs chairman, and
Beth O'Roke, ballroom chairman, will
have John Bricker as her guest.
Women To Escort Men
Other members of Mortar -Board
and their guests include, Roberta
Moore and William Muehl, '41; Fran-
ces Kahrs and William Davis, Grad.,
Zelda Davis and Jerome Dick, '40L,
Phyllis McGeachy and John Olsen,
'41E, Mary Frances Reek and Howard,
Gross, Ann Vicary and Robert Mer-
cer, '43M, and Florence Brotherton
ad Vincent Moore.
Tickets for the dance may be ob-
tained fom 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from
3. p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the League
Lobby, Miss Leete announced. They
will also be sold at the door. The
tickets are priced at $1.50 per couple.
Interviewing To Continue
Interviewing for Freshmen Project;
will continue from 3 to 5 p.m. today
and tomorrow, it was announced by
Betty Slee '40.

Will Play At Pay-Off

Annual Odonto Ball Will Be Held March 15

Chairmanships
Of Committees
Are Announced

Al-Campus Sale
For Frosh Frolic
Tickets Is Today

Marvin Frederic, Michigan al-
umnus, will return to his alma ma-
ter when he plays at Pay-Off, Feb.
2:. Prominently featured in the
orchestra will be his piano.
JGP To Accept
OrdersBy Mail
Eligibility Cards Are Due1
For Second Semester
Mail orders are now being taken for
the 1940 JGP, at 50 cents, 75 cents,
ail one dollar, at the League, Jane
Grove, general chairman, announced
yesterday. The play will be given
March 13, 14, 15 and 16 in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. '
All junior women participating!
must have their eligibility cards for
second semester checked by Annabel
Van Winkle, '41, chairman of pa-
trons. Health re-checks and class
dues must also be in this week, Miss
Van Winkle said, and she will be in
the Undergraduate Office of the
league from 3:30 p,m. to .5:30 p.m.
tomorrow, to sign them, and that is
the deadline.
Rooms have been chosen by central
committee members for future meet-
ings.

Tickets for Frosh Frolic annual
Choice Of Orchestra Is freshman class dance, will be sold
from 2 to 5:30 p.m. today and to-
Still Undecided; Ticket morrow at the Union bus desk.
Sale To Be. At Cliliic The sale has been reopened and
admissions may now be secured by
Odonto Ball, the fifth annual for- upperclassmen as well as by fresh-
men, James Pierce, general chairman
mal dance sponsored by the juior said.
class of the School of Dentistry, will A Hawaiian theme the aim of
be held from 9:00 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri- which will be to transport students
day, March 15, in the League Ball- from the winds and blizzards of Ann
room, Lyle Aseltine, general chair- Arbor to the "Indian summer" of
man, announced yesterday. Honolulu will be carried out at the
Central committee for the dance, dance, which will be held from 10
including Aseltine, is composed of p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday March 1 in the
Andrew Frostic, finance cairman; Union ballroom.-
Jack Bates, publicity; Irvin Katzman, Positions on the central commit-
music; Sol Heiligman, patrons; Jack tee for the dance have been revised
Kucera, programs; Anthony La Far- and chairmanships are now held by
gia, decorations; and Daniel Mixer,! James Pierce general chairman; Olga,
who made arrangements for the hall. Gruhzit, patrons; Robert Morrison,'
The band will be announced in two program; Richard Schoel, decora-
days, according to Aseltine. At the tiens; Jerome Klein, tickets and How-
present time several orchestras are ard Wallach and Rosamond Meyer,
under consideration among those be- co-chairmen of publicity.
ing Boyd Raeborn, Earl Hines, and
Ace Brigode. Tickets for the ball will
go on sale in the office of the Dental'
Clinic and will be obtainable fromH
members of the central committee Over
as soon as the orchestra is chosen.
Odonto Ball is a closed dance to alllBy VICKI
except dental alumni, students, and
hygienists.
Last year Barney Rapp and His
New Englanders with Ruby Wright,
vocalist, played for Odonto Ball; and With the semester now well under
the year previous to last, Rita Rio 1 way, activities, that famous corollary
and her Rhythm Girls arrived to fur- of studies which implies that to study
nish the music and vocal effects. is to be inactive, begins its annualj
William R. Mann was general chair-
man of last year's dance. R. Charles process of confusing the freshmen.
Valluzzo headed the dance two years What it is about "activities" which
ago, and the central committee mem- is confusing to freshmen remains a
bers of this year's dance were chosen mystery to upperclassmen-yet past
by class elections. experience verifies the fact. Perhaps

21 Hostesses
To Be Present
At PACI Dance,
'Holiday Hop' To Be Held
At League Today; Door
Prizes Will Be Records
Eight members of Assembly and
13 members of Panhellenic Associa-
tion will act as hostesses at "Holiday
Hop" which will be held from 3 to 5
p.m. today in the League ballroom.
Bill Gail and his orchestra will
play for the tea dance which is spon-
sored by the PACI committee. Novel-
ty acts will be presented by Gail's
band, and Jean Hamilton, '40, will
be vocalist.
Members of the Panhellenic Asso-
ciation who will act as hostesses are:
Gwendolyn Dunlap '40; Lois Verner,
'40; Mary Knoblauch, '40; Claire
Knight '42; Elsie Courtney, '42;
Claire Reed-Hill, '42; Betty Whitely.
'42; Margaret Saxton, '42; Nancy
Gray. '43; Grace Miller, '42; Phyllis
Lovejoy, '42; Mary Alice McAndrew,
40, and Betty Dickmeyer, '40.
Members of Assembly will be:
Betty Shaw, '41; June deCordova,
'41; Jean Maxted, '41; Estelle Putra,
'41; Marvis Schwartz, '40; Evelyn
Spamer, '42; Ruth Streelman, '40';
and Paula Machnik, '40.
Swing records will be given as door
prizes, and Johanna Beem, '40, will
distribute cigarettes. Women will be
admitted free of charge and 25 cents
will be charged for men.
Co-chairmen of the tea dance are
Barbara Benedict, '40, Panhellenic;
and Dick Ebbets, '42, Congress. Other
members of the committee are Jim
Huber, '42E, Congress; Lowell Moss,
'41, Interfraternity; Barbara John-
son, '40, Assembly and Betty Stout,
'41, Assembly. Winston H. Cox, '42,
is general chairman of the PACI
committee.
out at least a minimum of-"scholar-
ship.
Yet there are individuals who ob-
serve that the two go hand in hand
though nominally working against
each other-that excellence in the
one is often linked with excellence in
the other.
Experience recommends experi-
ment. Unfortunately it's the only
answer. Seniors may well advise
freshmen on the question, and fresh-
men are wise to consult them, but-
the proper ratio between these two
forms of activity is an individual
matter and can only be solved by the
person involved.

Sport Clothes
Are Informala
Date Features
It is one thing to be well dressed in!
one's best clothes designed for dressy l
dates, but it an entirely different,
thing to look your best in a sweater'
and skirt or a casual sports dress.
This is one of the problemst that#
will probably confront you tomorrow
night whether you go to the Ice Car-
nival or to Mortar Board's Pay-Off
dance at the League. Both these
affairs are strictly informal and de-
mand a sweater and skirt. One might
say that it is a sort of a contest to
see who can look her best in such
a seemingly commonplace outfit..
Although the designers and stylists I
of the East are featuring a new short-
er length sweater, the long classic
style still remains the popular favor-
ite on campus. Naturally, with spring
just around the corner, pastel shades
are again in the limelight.
However these new sweaters do have
their points, not the least of these
being that they are new and unusual
in their weaves, yarns and accessories.
Interesting carved buttons of a deli-
cate pearl material add much to the
uniqueness of these sweaters.
For Pay-Off one of these new sweat-
ers should certainly be your choice if
combined with a light-weight flannel
skirt. If you are in the buying mood,
why not choose a bright new skirt
that fairly shouts of spring and war-
mer days to come? Your possible
choices here in town are innumer-
able as most of the shops have their
spring collections in stock now.
Delicate plaids on pastel or white
backgrounds are seen more than the
plain flanels and are the newest thing
of the season. Four and six gore
styles as well as finely pleated skirts
are more popular than less flared lines
this spring.
For the Ice Carnival you will want
to wear your warmer winter outfits.
But choose a bright angora or cash-
mere sweater, a classic wool dress and
your fur coat. We can speak from
experience that there is no place much
colder than the Coliseum if one is
just sitting and observing.
Whatever your costume for either
the Carnival or Pay-Off, be sure that
it is sporting, cheerful and at the
same time good looking
ii

Freshmen Women
To Hold Tea Today
Freshmen women are invited to at-
tend a tea from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
today at Jordan Hall, given in their
honor by the women of the dormi-
tory, it was announced today by
Doris Kimball '43, chairman.
Jean Jeffrey. '43, Lorraine Judson,
'43, Patricia Stelle, '43, and Esther
Stevens, '43, will pour. The tea
table decorations will feature red,
white and blue in honor of George
Washington's birthday.
More than one-half of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin alumni live in
the Badger state.

SmartyGr
Up-in-back and
Down-in-front
Casual

Gre y.
Blak
Brown
Navy

Red Riot
Dusty Fink
Blue Petal
Linie Fruit

'Weddings.
ndo

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Extra value stockings
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PAJAMAS
Tailored or Butcher Boy style,
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Tailored Crepe
SHIRTS
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9

Engagements
Announcement was made Saturday
of the engagement of Jane Hamilton,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Stewart
Hamilton, of Detroit, to Bethel B.
Kelley, '37L, son of Mrs. John S.
Kelley, of Bardstown, Ky. Miss Ham-
ilton attended Erskine School, Boston.
Mr. Kelley studied at Culver Military
Academy, and is affiliated with Delta
Kappa Epsilon.
Dr. and Mrs. T. Luther Purdom,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Catherine Dickson Purdom,
'38, to George Stern Quick, '38, son
of Leon Quick, of Monroe. Miss Pur-
dom is affiliated with Collegiate Sor-
osis. Mr. Quick obtained his M.A.
here last year. He now holds a schol-
arship at the Rackham School of
Graduate Studies. He was editor of
the Gargoyle, a member of Phi Beta
Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi.

Seek 'Bloomer Girls'
For JGP, 'Hi-Falutin!'
Natural-born "bloomer girls" of the;
junior class are being sought out and
lured from retirement in order to
make their appearance in the 1940
JGP, "Hi-Falutin!"
Search for junior women to play
the part of this product of the first
decade of the 20th century was re-
vealed at the mass meeting held yes-
terday as with a "one-two-three"
step and intricate ballets the dances
which will be presented in the an-
nual play, March 13, 14, 15 and 16,
swung into action.
Requirements for the "ideal bloom-;
er girl" begin with ability to flit'
across the stage in.various awkward
positions, stated Virginia Osgood,
dance chairman.

it's because the term covers so broad
a field-the League with its multifar-
ious committees and projects, the
Women's Athletic Association, the
publication building embracing The
Daily, the 'Ensian, and Gargoyle, and
the various other forms of time-con-
suming conduct which refuse to fall
into these two divisions.
We suspect that tie difficulty is a
little less definite than a question of
what the merit system committee
does, and where the Children's
Theatre plays come from. It's more
a question of weighing the relative
merits of "activities" (there's some-
thing to be said for this personality
gag-how much depends on you) and
"academic attainments" (and there's
still plenty to be said for the life of
a scholar).
Obviously, a medium between these
two extremes is a good thing. It is a
fact that activities cannot exist with-

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