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SUNDA, JAN. 21, 1940

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Central Committee Named For Slide Rule

Ball, March 29

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Clt& Cui ste
To.9e Given
Bycongress'
Club conveniences and a club cu-
isine will be special features of the
Congress J-Hop breakfast which will
be served from 3 to 5 a.h. at the new-
ly redecorated Wolverine, Larry
Gluck, '42, and Fordyce Hartman,'
'41, co-chairmen, announced.
All Wolverine facilities, including
the public address system and music
for dancing, will be turned over to
independent men and their guests,
and Congress's table decorations will
blend with the new color scheme of
the Wolverine, Gluck said.
Reservations for the special J-Hop
breakfast are limited and will be]
accepted until Feb. 6.t
Congress has chosen the Wolverine)
as its gathering place after the dance
in order that the activities of the two
independent groups-Congress andI
Wolverine members-may be co-c
ordinated. The Congress breakfast'
was well attended last year and its
success augurs well for this year's1
venture, Winston H. Cox, social chair-
man of Congress, stated.
SWith a new style and a better o
Sfit, your old dress will look like 0
new. Come in and get an esti-
~ate- o. C o-ae
Exmaer. work at reasonable rates
ALTRATO~sand RESTYLING
O'THIEDA MARY
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625 East Liberty 13
Phone 2-1129
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JA. Ashburn
WillHead List,
Of Chairmen
Date Of Ball Will Follow
'T' radition In Conflicting
With Lawyers' Dance
The central committee for Slide'
Rule Ball, annual spring formal given
by the College of Engineering, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 29 in the Union ballroom, was
'announced yesterday.
J. Anderson Ashburn, '40E, is gen-
eral chairman of the ball. M. Robertj
Herman, Sr., '40E, will be finance
chaiman, and Richard Adams, '40E,
has been named music chairman.
Harold Britton, '41E, is in charge of
tickets, and H. Richard Steding, '40E,
is floor chairman of the dance.
Other Chairmen Named
Ganson Taggart, '40E, and Sey-
mour Furbush, '41E, are co-chairmen
of publicity, and George Weesner,
'41E, is in charge of patrons. Pro-
grams will be handled by James
Brown, '40E, and the decorations co-
chairmen are Frederick Shands, '40E,
and Lorenz, Rinek, '40E.
This year's dance will be the 11th
annual Slide Rule Ball, and the sec-
ond formal dance to be given by the
engineering school this year. The
first was the Engineers' Ball, a for-
mal given in past years but omitted
a year. ago, which was held last Nov.
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Tradition To Be Continued
The 1940 Slide Rule Ball, continu-
ing the tradition of past years, will
again conflict with Crease Ball,
spring formal given annually by the
Law School on the same date. The
orchestra to play for the ball will be
announced later.
Vincent Lopez and his band played
at last year's affair. Betty Hutton,
"America's No. 1 Jitterbug," was the
vocalist featured with the band. Wal-
ton Rodger, '39E, headed the central
committee for the ball. The ballroom
was decorated with the traditional
slide rule, cartoons of engineers, and
with a life-size working model of an
engineer, complete with wheels and
gears.
Exactly 659 University of Pitts-
burgh faculty members hold doctor's
degrees.

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Patricia Walpole Is Assembly Ball Chairman

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Fur Coat Combats Cold

FPA Recalls
Ca-pus Days
W hile Studenit
By MARY HELEN DAVIS
Franklin P. Adams, a brain-truster
of the Information Please program
held last night at Hill Auditorium,
spent some minutes yesterday remin-
iscing over the changes that have
taken place in Ann Arbor since he
was a student on this campus.
Until the Yale game last fall, Mr.
Adams has not visited campus since
1914 when he returned to receive an
honorary degree from the University.
The changes that have taken place
in the intervening years have altered
the appear'ance of State street and
environs so much that he said that
he hardly recognized it.
The year Mr. Adams was a student
here was just before the turn of the
century when "Joe's" was "the" place
to go, with Joe Parker as the official
bouncer, proprietor and manager of
the restaurant hailed- so often in one
of Michigan's favorite songs.
There were no dormitories in those
days and all' the students lived in
rooming houses for far less than aimi-
lar cost today and one ate at board-
ing houses for $3.50 a week. To
supplement thes0 conditions, eve-
nings were spent at "Doc Rose's," an
establishment similar to "Joe's."
The Daily was no more than a
small official bulletin of University
news and announcements in those
days and was called the "U of M
Daily."
The Dartmouth College' Outing
Club is this year celebrating the 30th
anniversary of its founding.

GoV. Dickinson Is Patron
The names of Gov. and Mrs. Luren
Dickinson were inadvertantly omitted
from the list of 1941 J-Hop patrons
issued in yesterday's Daily. Gover-
nor Dickinson will head the list along'
with the Hon. Frank Murphy, Senator
and Mrs. Arthur Vandenberg, and
Hon. and Mrs. Thomas Dewey.

Elaine Wood
Is Announced
AssisantHea
Nine Others Are Named
To Head Committees
For Formal, March 8'
Patricia Waipole, '41, was selected
general chairman of Assembly Ball,
to be held Friday, March 8, in the
League Ballroom, announced Mary
Frances Reek, '40, Assembly presi-
dent, yesterday.
As Miss Walpole's assistant chair-
man, Elaine Wood, .'41, was named.
Other members of the central com-
mittee as announced are Sue Hollis,
'41, tickets; Jean Maxted, '41, and
Frances Mendelson, '41, co-chairmen
for publicity; Elizabeth Kimball, '40,
patrons; Emilie Root, '42, decorations;
Mildred Radford, '42, programs; Mar-
garet Sanford, '42, finance; Anne
Crowley, '41, merit; and Angeline
Roknich, '40, music.
Appoint Assistants
In addition to the appointment of
central committee members, four
assistant chairmen were announced.
Assisting with the tickets will be
Doris Cuthbert, '42, in charge of the
Ann Arbor Independents; Mildred
Curtis, '42, dormitories; and Sylvia
Forman, '42, League Houses. Mar-
garet Wiseman, '42, will assist Miss
Root with decorations.
Miss Walpole has worked on Gar-
goyle, Freshmen Project, Sophomore
Cabaret, League theatre arts commit-
tee. Miss Wood is associated with
Kappa Phi, anct was secretary of the
Ann Arbor Independents. Work with
Freshmen Project, Sophomore Cab-
aret, and Assembly activies were
among the qualifications for Miss
Crowley.
Participate In Activities
Miss Hollis is on The Daily and
worked in Assembly. President of
Martha Cook Building, Miss Kimball
sings in the Girls' Glee Club. Miss
Mendelson is on The Daily -and has
participated in Assembly work. She
is also on the League publicity and
social committees.
Miss Maxted has worked on The
Daily, participated in debate, and is
editor of the Martha Cook Annual.
Miss Roknich has participated in
Sophomore Cabaret, JGP, 'Ensian,
and is on League social and orienta-
tion committees. Sophomore Caba-
ret, and work in Assembly are among
the qualifications of Miss Root.
Miss Radford has worked on League
orientation and theatre arts commit-
tees, Sophomore Cabaret, and Assem-
bly. Frosh Project, Sophomore Cab-
aret, Daily and Assembly are among
Miss Sanford's extra-curricular work.
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WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Intramural Basketball Schedule:
Delta Delta Delta vs. Alpha Omi-
cron Pi at 5:10 p.m. tomorrow;
Palmer House vs. Alpha Delta Pi
at 5:10 p.m. tomorrow; Alpha
Gamma Delta vs. Adelia Cheever
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday; finals of the
A tournament, Jordan vs. the win-
ner of the Palmer House-Alpha
Delta Pi game at 5:10 p.m. Tues-
day; finals of the B tournament,
winner of the Alpha Gamma Del-
ta-Adelia Cheever game vs. the
winner of the Delta Delta Delta-
Alpha Omicron Pi game at 5:10
p.m. Wednesday, and the winners
of the A and B tournament at 4:30
p.m. Thursday.
Fencing: Practise 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Rifle: Regular instruction and
practice sessions as scheduled.
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at Barbour Gymnasium.
Bowling: Alleys open daily from
3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m.

Badminton Match Played
The Ann Arbor Club defeated the
University of Michigan Club 4 to 2
in a badminton match at Barbour
Gymnasium, Lois Clingman, '4OEd.,
badminton manager, announced.

Stationery
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EVERY MINUTE OF THE
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this time - J-Hop comes but once

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And as for coming
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same with foundation cream? -
thus natural, shell, and rose. To-
morrow is another day, don't suf-
fer, , in fact don't waste another
minute. Happy days will be ahead.
FOR THAT SENTIMENTAL
MOOD, be delightfully demure
and dainty. Look lustrous and
lovely in a formal from DILLONS.
Their new line of fogmals are just
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day. Just like that
appealing blue chif-
fon, which caught
my eye. The dress
is sweet, but smart
in its simplicity, ga-
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all. Double order,
too, for a tailored.
jersey top finishes
this smooth little
number. 'Tis edged

prices should catch your eye. Ev-
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member, freshness and neatness,
and one swell time at the J-Hop!
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THEY'RE THE TOPS! And I'm
not just talking. Hats, the right
style, and at just the right price.
{ Hats by HELEN POLHEMUS just
ripe for those J-Hop festivities.
Unusually smart and snappy, 'twill
add to your costume.
Say!-and how about
that ,new.-'c:oat?
Matching the vogue
this year. and when
you do something-
> ,do it well, your plea-
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so indulge! Even the
greatest exam trou-
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new hat. If you are looking for
real values, if you have real pride
in your clothes, if you are thrifty,
you've got just what you're look-
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NEED PROTECTION? You've
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mitts. The capes are rubber and
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your dresses. Whether it be
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With long fit
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hand trouble. With ease and pro-
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iob of dish washing, gardening
antd all sorts of dirty jobs. Fitted
out of supple laxtex fear no longer
ugly hands. 'Twill keep you neat,
with ease.

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