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M., 4, 1940,




PAGI~~ ~kvE

Name Patrons
For Dormitory
Board Dance
Ruthvens Are To Head List
For 'Capricorn Capers'
In League On Saturday
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
head the list of patrons and patron-
esses for "Capricorn Capers," the
dance sponsored by the Dormitory
Board of Assembly, to be given from
9 p.m. to. midnight, Saturday in the
Leaegue Ballroom, Victoria Gellatly,
'41, general chairman, announced
Other faculty members and per-
sons interested in the activities vwo
are also included on the list are Vice-
President and Mrs. Shirley Smith,
Registrar and Mrs. Ira 'M. Smith,
Dean Alice B. Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl F,
Bacher, Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Mary C.
Mitchell, Mi s Ruth Danielson, Miss
Sara Rowe, and Mrs. G. J. Diekema.
Twist Continues
The list continues with Mrs. Mar-
tha L. Ray, Prof. and Mrs. A. E.
Wood, Miss Esther Colton, Mrs. Rose-
mary Neuhaus, Miss Barbara Mac-
Intyre, Prof. and Mrs. Richard Ful-
ler, and Dr. Margaret Bell.
Bill Gail and his orchestra will
play for this dance to which all in-
dependent women have the privil-
ege of inviting the men. Tickets are
on sale in all the dormitories. Spe-
cial representations have been ap-
pointed in each of the houses, to be
in charge of the sales.
Fortunes Will Be Told
Fortune tellers and astrologers will
be the main attractions at the dance
whose theme is centered around. the
signs of the zodiac. Here it will be
possible, Miss Gellatly stated, to find
out what is in store for the new year.?
"Capricorn Capers" is being given r
by the Dormitory Board in order to l
raise their contribution for the As-h
sembly treasury.

Date Dresses Stress Draped Neckline
The midseason dresses featured above are ideal to liven up your ward-
robe. The one on the left is made up of black silk crepe and emnpla-
sizes the popular bustle back and full skirt. The one of rose crepe in thbe
foreground has a clever neekline which sets off the novel wooden clip
and buckle. Both are smart for teas and afternoo dances.
Marriages And Engagements
C a h m F it
7 :v !h!

Wedding Of Tom
To H. Frances
Of Jacksonville

Is Told

'Winter' Skin
Can Be Aided
With the exhiliration of skating
and skiing and cutter riding and snow
fighting comes a special winter cos-
metic problem; those biting blasts
play havoc with the skin and hair of
a sportsy maiden unless she is extra
Soothing night creams with special
lubrication properties are the answer
to part of the problem. While snow
suits are in the closet and made-
moiselle is getting her beautiful rest,
lotions and perfumed creams can
counteract the evil effects of the
day's gambol under a sunless sky.
Fo winter sports carnivals and
houseparty weekends, these jarred
facial remedies are put up in special
traveling cases that are easy to lugs
around or to slip into an oversized
overnight bag. In various leathers
and fabrics, these small cases can,
be matched to the rest of one's suit-
cases and trunks.
While indulging in a heavy sleigh3
ride, the feminine sports fan canw
feel safe with a foundation protec-
tion next, to her skin, and under-1
neath her make-up to keep theI
breezes in their place. Almost all
of the established cosmetic firms1
have put out their own brands of,
winter foundations, meant to be
used only in this season when the
skin is apt to be roughened and dried.c
Easily used and easily taken off,
these foundations creams come in
varied size bottles.t


The marriage of Thomas Adams,
'40, to Helen Frances Brown, on July
30, 1939, was revealed this Christ-
mas vacation. The bride, a gradu-
ate of Bradford College, is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Brown
of Jacksonville, Fla.
Thomas Adams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas E. Adams, also of
Jacksonville, is at present the presi-
dent of Interfraternity Council, and
is also president of Phi Delta Theta
fraternity. His other activities this
year include membership in Michi-
"amua, a part in the Mimes opera,
and he is manager of the varsity
track team. He was a member of
Sphinx junior men's honorary so-
ciety, and was president of Student
Senate in his sophomore year.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fisher. of Ann
Arbor, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Lou Anne, to Richard
E. Tasch, '39E, son of Mrs. Anna M
Tasch of Ann Arbor, and George A.
Tasch of Toledo, Ohio. Miss Fisher
attended Stephens College.
Prof and Mrs.. lM.1B. Eichelberger,
of Ann Arbor, announce the mar-
riage of their daughter Mari, '39, to
Robert 0. Eberbach, '37, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar A. Eberbach, of Ann
Arbor. Mrs. Eberbach is a member
of Alpha Alpha Gamma, an honor
society and Mr. Eberbach is affiliat-
ed with Sigma Chi."
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brown, of
Detroit, announced the engagement
f their daughter Doris Winifred, '41,
to Neil Hyde, of Connorsville, d.
Miss Brown is affiliated with Delta
Delta Delta, and Mr. Hyde attended
GeorgeWashington University.
Mr. and Mrls. Edmond P. McMa-
hon, of Detroit, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mary
Ellen to Jack F. Smith, '38, of La-
peer. Miss McMahon is affiliated
vith Alpha Phi at Michigan State,
Prof. and Mrs. George M. Mc-
Conkey, of Ann Arbor Hills an-
nounce the engagement of their
laughter Florence Jean, '38A, of
Greenville and Ann Arbor, to John

S. Hafer, son of Mrs. Frank K. Hafer
of Gettysburg, Pa. Miss McConkey
was a member of Phi Kappa Phi,
Mortarboard, and Senior Society. Mr.
Hafer attended Syracuse University
and was affiliated with Phi Gamma
Mr. tnd Mrs. Frank Livernois. of
Ann Arbor, announce the engagement
of their daughter Mildred, '38SM. to
Richard S. Stoker, '38F, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Stoker, of Winona.
Miss. Miss Livernois is affiliated
with Zetea Tau Alpha.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Hauser, of3
Ann Arbor announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Clara, to Roy
B. Hiscock, Jr., '41E, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Hiscock, of Ann Arbor.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Dickes, of San
Antonio, Texas. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Marian-
ni, to Willard B. Morell, son of Mrs.
L. J. Morell, of Midland. Mr. Mor-
ell, is a member of Alpha Kappa
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Hutchings,
of Flint, announce the marriage of
their daughter Mona B., '34SM, to
Richard Paul Shultz, son of Mrs. Paul
Shultz, of Ann Arbor.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard Bingham
of Detroitdannounce the engagement
of their daughter, Elizabeth Gard-
ner, '37, to Charles Frederic Hibbard,
III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Hibbard, of Detroit. Miss Binghamn
is affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis,
and Mr. Hibbard with Chi Psi.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. McClelland,
of Detrot, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Carol
Elizabeth, '37, to William Griffiths.
'33A, son of Mrs. A. W. Griffiths, al-
so of Detroit. Miss McClelland was
affiliated with AlphaP1hi sorority
while here, and Mr. Griffiths with-
Phi Kappa Psi.
Th e a genm'ut of El en Maclo -
ald, '40, t oJohnI M. Stevens, '39E.
s"1 of Mr. ;an Mr. Herman L. Stcv-
ens, of -orft, iIHuroll. Was anno1ieed
by Mis MacDonald's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen A. MacDonald of Sazi-
naw. Miss MacDonald is affiliated
with Gamma Phi Beta, and Mr. Stev-
ens was a member of Triangle, junior
engineering honor society.
Mr. and Mrs. P. 1, Sis iou of Ann
Arbor announce hie marriagc of their
daughter, Clarawanda, '36,M, to
John Bishop Nicolls, Jr., '38,
Mrs. Henry Woodward, 'Of Millers-
ville, Md., has announced the en-
gagement of her daughter, Helen
Matilda, to Frank Brewster Lovell,
32, son of Mrs. Frank Blair Lovell,
of Waterbury, Md., and the late Dr.
Lovell. Miss Woodward is a gradu-
ate of Goucher College, in Baltimore.
Mr. Lovell received his master's de-
rrm here in 1933.
E-Tine,-'dfa u
lizabet h Hine, '42, daughter of I

Red' Norvo' s
Band To Play
At Soph Prom
'Esquire' Will Be Theme
Of Decorations; Ticket
Sale To Open Saturday
"Red" Norvo's orchestra has been
engaged to play for the 1940 Soph
Prom, to be held from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Friday, Jan. 19, in the League Ball-
room. William Schust, '42, announced.
Tickets will go on sale to all sopho-
mores from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sat-
urday and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day in the League and Union. Iden-
tification cards will be necessary.
A~ftrwardsthere will be a general
.ale for all the students.
To Use 'Esquire' Decorations
"Esquire," the mgazin for men,
wil donate the decorations for the
'ance, which will consist of one large
panel and six smaller cartoons in
'he traditional "Esquire" mannr.
Panels following the style of the
various divisions of "Esquire"-fic-
''ion, sports, humor, stories, and
irticles,-will decorate the "terrace,"
Which is the hall into the ballroom.
A "Court of Honor" of ten sopho-
more women has been chosen by the
committee, and their names will be
announced later, Schust said.
Late Permission For Women
Frankie Masters played for the af-
fair last year and James Keho, '42,
general chairman, stated that the
committee will pay more for the or-
chestra this year.
Judiciary Council has granted wo-
men 2:30 a.m. permission for that
night, Betty Slee, '40, Judiciary presi-
dent, announced.
Union To Greet
1940 At Dance
Celebration Of New Year
Planned At 'Lid-Lifter
As a special, if belated toast to the
New Year, the Union will hold a
"Lid-Lifter"informal dance from 9
p.m. to 1 as. on Friday, Jan. 5,
in the Union Ballroom.
Bill Sawyer and his Gang will
play for the dancers, who are invited
to welcome 1940 with a toast of punch
which will be served by the Union
Social Committee, announced Irl
Brent, '41, chairman of the commit-
Table reservations for individual
parties may be made without extra
charge by calling the Union.
Contrary to the customs of former
years, the Union will hold its regular
Friday and Saturday night dances
throughout the exam period. These
dances will be held on Jan. 26 and
27, Feb. 2 and 3, and Feb. 9 and 10.
Bill Sawyer will play for the dancing.
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Hine of Albany,
N.Y., and the late Charles D.T ine,
was married to Richard T. Trelf a.
'40E, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Trel-
fa of Alpena, on Nov. 24 at Whit-
more Lake. The marriage was sol-
emnized at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church at Albany Dec. 27. Mrs.
Trelfa is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority, and Richard Trelfa
is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon
The engagement of Bettie Schuele,
'40, to Carl Carlton, '37E, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Nelson of Muskegon,
was announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George G. Schuele, of
Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Schuele is a
member of Delta Gamma, and Carl
Carlton was affiliated with Theta

The engagement of Helen Weiss-
man, '40SM, to Leonard Rosenman,
'42M, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Ros-
enuian of Detroit, has been told Jy
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Weissman of Los Angeles. The wed-
ding will take place in early summer.
Announcement of the engagement
of Harriet Pomeroy, '39, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pomeroy of
Standish, to Thomas McCann, '38,
of Midland, was made at a luncheon
Saturday. 1Miss Pomeroy, affiliated
with Kappa Alpha Theta, was pub-
licity chairman of the League, and a
member of Wyvern, junior women's

Byi FRANCES NORFLEET Committees Are Still Open
"Virtue is its own reward" is a For All Jiiniers; Health We hate to say "told you so," but it
matrpeeof udrttmnjudg- iTde emi re saltl ai
ing by the rewards of Margaret Shaw, Check-Up Is Required tion from the postholida wa
20 year old private secretary of Gov. which is going on in most corners of
Luren D. Dickinson. whose intelli- Committee chairmen of JGP have this campus. That old saw, "You
gence, efficiency ,end charm have scheduled the first meetings of their can't teach an old dog new tricks,"
won her a $2,000 yearly salary. op- committees to be held this week, Lee received new impetus when 99 44/100
portunities to travel and a wide ac-' per cent of the textbooks which went
qu intanceship with many people. Irdy4,eriy home Dec. 15 returned Jan. 2-un-
"She will be here in a moment.,, nounced yesterday. opened.
the woman in the reception room of The 'finance committee will meet Ingenious individuals have devised
the governer's suite of offices in the at 4:30 p.m. today with its chairman, a new excuse for putting off that
rapitol guilding said, and a minute Barbara Fischer, '41, and there will "catching up" process another few
later Miss Shaw emerged, smartly be dance tryouts from 4 p.m. to 5:30 days-and the amazing part of it is
dressed in a fitted black coat trimmed p rm. today and tomorrow, in the that the excuse is a good one. It's
witih a large lynx collar. She wore League. the first annual winter Parley, and

just enough make-up to heighten her
natoral coloring and her neat page-
boy w as sleekly combed.
Speaks Well Of Employer
Governor rDickinson is a wonderful
employer," she said, adding with a
smilc, "in fact, I must discipline my-
self to keep from being spoiled. He
is cheerful and very considerate,
and though hie is, of course, one of the
busiest men in the state, he occasion-
ally finds time to chat with the mem-
bers of his staff." Miss Shaw finds
her duties, which are chiefly to re-
ceive phone calls and handle his
large correspondence, very pleasant.
Trips to Washington, and to Al-
bany, New York, to attend the Gov-
ernor's Conference have been some
of the privileges accorded the gover-
nor's employes.
Governor Is Sport Fan
In addition, they have witnessed
with their chief many fine sporting
events, such as the Michigan State
and Minnesota football games in Ann
Arbor and the opening game of the
Tiger series. Miss Shaw also enjoyed
the crowning of 'the peach and tulip
queens in Benton Harbor and Hal-
lam, and a trip to Greenfield Village
conducted by Henry Ford.
Miss Shaw enjoys dancing and
movies but in keeping with her chief's
standards for young women, does not
smoke or drink.
New Costume
Jewelry Adds
Life To Wools'
For the average college girl, whose
love of jewelry can rarely find ful-
fillment in the more fabulous pre-
cious stones, costume jewelry is a
godsend. Wool dresses with simple
lines provide a perfect background
for the newest and most unusual gad-
If you have 15 minutes to spare
and an extra dime that dosn't have
to go into your dime bank, why not
trot down to the five and dime store
and buy yourself a box of those large
colored wooden beads that you used
to string when you were six. Wind
them around your neck as a choker,
or let a single strand hang down al-
most to your waist, and just see how
much new life they will add to that
wool dress.
If you are a vegetarian, tell the
world about it by wearing a necklace
(bracelet to match if you feel so in-
clined) simply drooping. with all
sorts of miniature edibles. These are
usually made of painted wood, but
pottery ones are newer and take col-
ors better than any other material.
Maybe we are all getting sentimen-
tal and trouseau-minded because of
all the engagements that have been
announced over vacation, but even if
you are fancy-free it might 'be fu.
to filch a spoon from the P. Bell and
bend it around'",your wni)t as a brace-
honor society, and Scroll, senior so-
rority women's honor society. Thom-
as McCann was affiliated with Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity, and Dru-
ids, senior men's honor socictey.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd N. Reed, of
Ann Arbor, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Nancy Ellen,
'33, to Walter F. Brockel, '37, of

Virginia Osgood, '41, chairman of
the dance committee, said that
placement in the -various numbers
will be made after the first few meet-
ings, and attendance will give pre-
ference to those who wish to partici-
pate in certain dances.
All women who petitioned may at-
tend the meetings and anyone who
was unable to attend the first meet-
ing may come today. Miss Osgood
urged that no special talent is re-
Miss Osgood also stated that it will
be possible for the women who want
to participate in the play to also be
included on one of the committees.
Lists of the present committees will
be posted in the League Undergradu-
ate Office omorrow; and anyone who.
has not yet signed up may do so to-
Women who will be first semester
juniors next semester are also eli-
gible for participation in the 1940
JGP. All women must have a health
re-check before they Will be finally
eligible, Jane Grove, general chair-
man stated.
Basketball Tournamuent
To Continue Tomorrow
The women's intramural basketball
tournament continues tomorrow with
the following games: Jordan vs.
Kappa Delta at 4:30 p.m., Betsy
Barbour vs. Kappa AlphaTheta at
4:30 rp.m., Martha Cook X vs. Phi
Sigma Sigma at 5:10 p.m. and Alpha
Phi vs. Pi Beta Phi at 5:10 p.m.
With the completion 'of' these
games, the first bracket of the tour-
nament will be finished.

the subject is peace.
Great care has gone into the or-
ganization of panel discussions for
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and
every phase of the topic will be con-
sidered. Plans for the Parley are
being carried out by members of last
year's Spring Parley committee.
No subject more vitally affects the
future and interests of the University
students. Members of the faculty
have been drafted into service and
can be counted on to supply impor-
tant information and authoritative
points of view. Only whole-hearted
student support remains necessary
to make the Parley completely suc-
In supporting the Peace Parley
Michigan students declare their alle-
glance to a policy of neutrality and
are taking the only step in their
power to make known their feelings
on the matter
Upper Peninsular
Club Gives Dinner
More than 100 upper peninsula col-
lege men and their guests attended
the annual All-Campus dance spon-
sored by the Hiawatha Club Dec. 28 at
the Gay Gables Ballroom, Stager
Lake, Mich.
William Jackson, '41, chairman of
the dance was assisted by Al Schin-
derie, '42,. Edwin Giombolini,..'42,
Woodrow Frailing, '41, and George
Flood, '43.
Student speakers included Phillip
Westbrook, '40, Carles Thatcher, '43E,
and Frank. Bender, '43. F. H. Bald-
win, president of the organization,
was in charge

Praise Given
By Secretary
For Governor

JGP Chairmen
Name Meeting,
Dates, Tryouts

0ver Here




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