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TAN 14: lq, q

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Governor And Mrs. Dickin son Head Patrons For Soph

Prom

4

Court Of Honor
To Be Feature
Of Class Dance

Helen Rhodes Announce
.Complete Patrons List
Prom Will Be At Union
Patrons for the 1940 Soph Pron
have been named by Helen Rhodes
'42, chairman of patrons for th
dance, which will be held from 1
p.m. till 2 a.m. Friday in the Union
Ballroom.
Among those included are Gover
nor and Mrs. L. C. Dickinson, Presi
dent and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean an
Mrs. J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mr
E. H.'Kraus, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dea
and Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Dean and Mr
W. B. Rea, Dean and Mrs. E. A
Walter, Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Angel
Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof. and Mrs. C.C
Davis, Prof. and Mrs. I. D. Scott, Pro
and Mrs. F. B. Wahr, Prof. an
Mrs. A. E. White, Prof. and Mrs
A. H. Copeland, Prof. and Mrs. N. F
F. Maier, Prof. and Mrs. W. I~
McLaughlin and Prof. and Mrs.
C. Poor.
Other patrons are Prof. and Mrs
B. D. Thuma, Prof. and Mrs. A. L
Bader, Prof. and Mrs. G. B. Brig
ham, Jr., Prof. and Mrs. H. B
Calderwood, Major and Mrs. W. B
Fariss, Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Fulle
Prof. and Mrs. E. B. Greene, Prof
and Mrs. C. E. Koella, Prof. an
Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Mr. and Mrs
F. A. Bond, Dr. W. M. Brac
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Crandall, M
and Mrs. H. A. Dressel, Mr. E. I
McCoimick, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Perkins, Mr. J. F. Weimer and M2
and Mrs. L. M. Weir.
Members of the "Court of Honor
which was .chosen by the committ
to be introduced over the radio du
ing the dance, have named the
guests, Bill Schust, '42, chairman'
publicity, announced. The "Court
Honor" is made up -of ten sophomo
women. Elsie Courtney will attei
with Robert Antle,-'42; Marney Gar
ner with John Rookus, '42; Marjor
Higgins with Arthur Oakes, '42; Vi
ginia Alfvin- with James Hynes,
and Beatrice Snoke with Arth
Dempsey, Grad.
Margot Thom will. attend with To
Harmon, '41; Peggy Gabriel with Jo]
Rexford, '42; Phyllis Waters with Fr
Dannenfelser, '41E; Margaret Dod
with George Smith, '42, and Carol
Denfield with Ted McLoglean, '42.
"Red" Norvo's orchestra will pt
for the dance.

Beuy Co-Ed Turns
To Flannel Nighties Information Please: Fadiman
T o KeepHer Warm
"What are you doing up in the at- By MARY HELEN DAVIS
tic, Betty Co-ed?" Clifton Fadiman, New York liter-
s "I'm hunting for grandmother's ary critic and master of ceremonies
flannel nightgown to wear to bed of the Information Please program
C1 and grandfather's red flannel un- will preside when that program is
ar o u der my s suit brought here Jan. 20 at 8:15 in the
Hill Audiforium under the auspices>
A few steps forward and last gen- of the University Alumnae Associa-
eration's nightclothes have caught tion.
up with 1940. Gowns are still big He is the only person on the pro
0and bulky, yet dainty. Who could gram who knows all the answers, but
0 give any other adjective but dainty ' why shouldn't he? He has all of them
' to a full skirt in flower print flan- on a card and can devote his time to
nel, with lace around the top and suave heckling of the hapless experts
- the cuffs, and gay ribbon drawstrings ; 4on the program when they are
- running through the lace? Plainer, stumped by his interrogations.
d yet as attractive, is a white flannel- New Yorker Critic
s tte with bits of red embroidery''NwYre rie
. ett it is fre mrodr Mr. Fadiman is literary critic 'for
n around the wrists and throat, or a the Fwdrmand ites te fea
s. light 'blue one with white lace ap- reviewYork the publitis plead
A. pointments. reviews for the publications plus
l, Red flannels are another thing riticizing one to four of the weekly
3. I Described by some as the college crop of new books. Thinking of
f. girl's answer to, "How shall I keep CLIFTON FADIMAN sto hi s spare time is the
-they're also adaptable to the bed- Among Fadiman's other activities,
they'rwarmswhile pang inthe sno?"d-
.room, in many different hues. Tops Dean Lloyd To Address he reviews, numerous non-fiction'
ropuln ayityfrentlues, chpns ~ r t~ ~ T. books for each issue of the New York-
. for popularityaayecbluepeachspink, Group At 7 P.M. Today eac riaua s oS
I. and all the baby colors. Most of0 er and is editorial adviser for Simon
them have feet in them. Dean Alice Lloyd will be the guest and Schuster publishing firm. Last
yerthis tremendously active man
s. In the beginning, when these warm speaker for the Congregational Stu- year thisdtreendously0activeman
. ideas were first ventured, there were dent Fellowship at 7 p.m. today. Her traveledebetween 30,000 and 40,0
g- some skeptical looks, so that semi- pm"n nsetiatouhiw lbed-
. old-fashioned examples, with not- topic will be Two Generations Try less this year due to the weekly broad-
. too-full skirts in the nighties, were to Understand," comparing present casts of Information Please.
r, produced. Now that mid-winter is day problems with those that she To Publish Book
f. here, you can be sure that there are faced while in college. I Part of Mr. Fadiman's time is spent
d those who have no intention of giv- Dean Lloyd's speech will be fol- in writing articles for Stage, Harp-
s. ing up their prizes. For instance, lowed by the presentation of the one- er's Bazaar and Vogue, plus a couple
e, there's the girl whose pride is a blue act play "Sham," direted by Jean- books which are in the making. He
r. and white striped one, nette Drake, '40. is editing the forthcoming volume,
[. -"Living Philosophies" to be published
A . alsin the spring and is writing another
r. book about cheese. Cheese, to Cilfton
Fadiman, is more than a subject for
_ _. a book, the study of it is his favorite
e -yCheese Is His Hobby
ir r I ' From this brief description of Fadi-
of '-man'smultitude of activities, it seems
of " impossible that there should be any
re _ -.Itime left for other interests. His hob-
nd FASHION FOR YOUR FIN- SHOP and I have ideas for those bies, other than chese, are tennis,
d- GERTIPS! Beautifully delicate friends of yours who wish to hon- pig-pong and bicycling, of which he
ie fingernails - that is what CAL- or you. Linen is the nicest gift is very proud. Not long ago he bi-.
r- KINS-FLETCHER offers you with that you could give a coming bride. cycled the length of Long Island m a
40 their new Peggy Sage Trillium . day and a half, which he considers
ur It's all you need - polish, polish ," . / "pretty good for an old man.
base and remover. Her incompar- It may be amazing that with all
m able colors range from extra pale ,.' these interest Clifton Fadiman has
hn to deep, rich Burgundy. time for an ambition, but he has. His
ed Her polish flows on in desire is to be "an actor of small,
ge a smooth even coat. It F1rhumorous parts." Of all things!
yn wears for days on end.
Its lustre is of the fin- .t Sotake advantagenowfor Gage
lay est grade. As for the o. is -having a discount sale on just Peletionng Closes
base, now you, find it those things that they would like
- almost impossible to do without it. the most. They have such hand- For Assembly Bal
Put on before and after it leaves some luncheon sets. They are a day
a certain shine, a smoother sur- bargain, hand blocked prints with Posit ions Mon
face, which increases the wear, floral designs, hand embroidered
and help strengthen the nails. For patterns on grass linen, dainty Tomorrow will be the last day for
brittle nails we recommend es- and lovely. Coming in ivory, white any independent women to hand in
pecially the polish remover, with and pretty pastel colors. All sizes independent womnt hadin
its oil it keeps the nails soft and in sets, you choose yourself. We petitions for central committee posi-
smooth. Have beautiful hands by know that you will be satisfied. tions for Assembly Bal, to be hld
Peg .ae eko ta h at ilb Friday, Feb. 8 in the League Ball-
seggy Sage .s We know that the party will be room, Mary Frances Reek, '40, As-
.hgh success. We know that th sembly president announced.
SPRING HAS SPRUNG. At bride will be very happy! n eie noune sin
least at KESSELS, and in a beau-., * :Interviewing for these positions
tiful fashion too. Their stock has PASTELS ARE ON THE will take place from 3 to 5 p.m.
begun to come id and if it is all MARCH AGAIN! En masse they Udayrughe Thursdayfinhhe
as gorgeous as it now begins - come to DILLON'S SHOP. Gay Applicants will be interviewed by
in what luck we are, and bright they touch your heart the four officers of Assembly and the
girls. For example, and in the end your pocket. The presidents of the Dormitory Board,
take that smoothy skirts are handsome. With swing Ann Arbor Independents, a n d
arcadia blue silk skirts and snappy airs they are League House Board.
jersey. Its gathered quite a sight. The conservative All ideas should be written down
skirt is.set off by a spring tans and Allinthepdtiten dswn
cut and very hand- the pastel blues said; and women will be considered
tcke ad topry lowd grey asre grand caruly i the petiion, Mhiss Rheek
\ ~ some. To add to this and pinks are so only for the jobs for which they pe-
delicacy is a quilted pretty, but most of tons The position ope a as
jacket; complete all stand out the follows: general chairman, who has
with hood and zip- striking plaids. assthison s hibiltynorwhedsn che
per. What a dream! Think of a color assistant chairman who is in charge
ofeligibility; chairmen of tices
Another strikingly combination - finance, merit, programs, patrons,
springy number is you're right, they=; .-. m

designed of black taffeta with red have it. V Tweeds I IUml'l
and white bows in the material, and wools with
Its tiny waist is much more flat- tiny pockets and Women Flyers To Meet
tering in contrast to a hugh, hoop leather belts. Just see for your- With Ann Arbor 99 Club
skirt. A cute sleeve effect at the self. Nor are the dresses left un-
neck with red bow at the back touched by this vogue. The wools Twenty-five women fliers belong-
really puts that finishing touch are so soft and smooth, together ing to the 99 Club in this part of the
on this honey. J-Hop is not far with those lovely colors, they are country will meet at 11 a.m. today
off. Give it that spring air. Will tops. Read and believe for would in the League for breakfast to be
pay dividends! not a light green with angora trim followed by a demonstration of the
* * or a bright blue with red and yel- University's areonautical facilities.
HERE IS ONE SHOWER THAT low trim on buttons and belts be Mrs. W. C. Rufus, a member of the
IS WELCOME! You've guessed it, top notchers? This is one invad- 99 Club in Ann Arbor has invited
engagement showers. Congratula- ing army which you can't stop. the club here and arranged the pro-
tions, you girls, but GAGE LINEN Who wants to? gram.
LAURA BELLE SHOP 1108 South University
QUITTING BUSINESS
Calling students' attention to the
Beautiful EVENING GOWNS
and WRAPS

Robe Aids Late Studying Require Health
& ~Cards For JGP
Class Dues And Eligibility
t Cards Are Necessary
Work on JGI~ committees for the
1940 production has begun, and all
members must have a Health Service
re-check, whether they are going to
work on it this semester or next, Jane
Grove, '41, general chairman, an-
nounced yesterday.
Appointments should be made at
the Health Service within the next

This gay quilted housecoat in
maroon with a contrasting pink
collar and sash pictured above wvill
stimulate the coffee hour during
these weeks of midnight cramming
for approaching finals and will be
appropriate for that J-Hop house-
party.
WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Intramural Basketball schedule:
Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Maddy
House at 5:10 p.m. Monday, Alpha
Chi Omega vs. Alpha Phi at 5:10
p.m. Tuesday, Phi Sigma Sigma vs.
Alumnae House at 5:10 p.m. Tues-
day, Martha Cook vs. Palmer
House at 5:10 p.m. Wednesday,
Alpha Delta Pi vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma at 5:10 p.m. Wednesday,
Jordan will play the winner of the
Alpha Phi-Alpha Chi Omega game
at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Adelia Cheever House
at 5:10 p.m. Thursday, and the
winner of Maddy House-Alpha.
Omicron Pi game will play the
winner of the Phi Sigma Sigma
Alumnae House game.
Badminton: 7:15 p.m. Wednes-
da for mixed play, and 4:30 p.m.
to 6 p.m. for women students.
Fencing: Practice 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Rifle: Regular instruction and
practice sessions as scheduled.
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Barbour Gymnasiumg.

two weeks, and the card received from Haywad, and uepanui LruZ.
the doctors must be handed in to the Present resident of the Hall are in-
chairman of the committee on which vited to attend, Miss Mittelstaedt
members are enrolled. said. To make reservations they must
Eligibility cards must also be signed contact either Miss Mittelstaedt or
at the next meeting of each group, Miss Blauman by tomorrow.
and all junior women are reminded -
to have theirs with them. The cards
must be signed each semester, Miss
Grove said. yCONTINUED
No credit will be given to any jun-
ior woman for work on a committee U.
until she has paid the class dues of REDUCTION
one dollar, Barbara Fischer,'141, chair-
man of finance, stated. This may be 77
paid either at individual committee x
ance committee when she gets in
touch with the women.
Newman Club To Meet
The Newman Club will hold its
regular meeting at 4:30 p.m. today
in the Chapel auditorium. Guest
speaker for the meeting will be Mrs.
Francisca Thivy, a native of Magras,
India. As our January Clearance
__-_-_ continues you have the op-
portunity to purchase these
..Rluxurious bath towels at gen-
suggests a distinctive erously reduced prices. Lovely M
coiffure for hand towels, suitable for
gifts, are also reduced for
clearance.
AlwaysReasonably Priced.
0 GAGE
LINEN SHOP
10 Nickels Arcade
Over the Parrot * 338 So. State
STAEBLER BEAUTY SHOPS
1133 East fluron near Iviosher-Jordan

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AT THE J-HOP emerge from your evening wrap a campus beauty in a
dress that's definitely "pretty". Make your choice from a collection es-
pecially assembled for this dance of the year. Choose from the classic beauty
of draped chiffon . . . the debutante prettiness of frothy net . . . the nos-
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