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FIDAY, MARCH , 1941

THE MICITIGAN DAILY

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Assembly

Dance

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Today

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Independents
Will Feature
Anson Weeks'
Senior Society Members To Sell
Carnations in League Lobby;
Few Remaining Tickets On Sale
Independent women and their
guests will attend the "Garden Ga-
votte," annual Assembly Ball, from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the League
Ballroom.
General Chairman Helen Culley,
'41, has invited Stanley Duffendack,
'41, to be her guest at the dance
while Elizabeth Luckham, '42, as-
sistant general chairman, will be
"Dancin' with Anson" with Murray
Campbell, '41L. Peggy Polumbaum,
'42, will be there with Gerry Schaf-
lander, '42. Miss Polumbaum is co-
chairman of publicity, along with
Doris Cuthbert, '42, who will attend
with Charles Kistler, Grad.
Guests /Are Named
Decorations co-head, Kaytherine
Negus, '43, has invited James Jor-
dan, '42F, and her "co," Evelyn Kuiv-
inen, '42, will be there with James
Lok, '42. Betty Newman, '43, will
"Gavotte" with James Harsha, '44,
and her co-chairman of tickets, June
deCordova, '41, has asked Carl A.
Vieke, '42.
Edward Christy, '42, will be the
guest of Marjorie Green, '43, finance;
chairman, and Cleo Jean Covert, '41,
patrons, has invited Harry Picker-
ing, '41.
Anson Weeks and his orchestra,
featuring Virginia Mathews, vocalist,.
and King Harvey, will furnish the
music for the Ball in the atmospherel
of an old-fashioned garden. Dec-l
orations are centered around the1
color scheme of pastel hues on black.
Panels on the walls of the ballroom
will be decorated with spring flowers,
old-fashioned ladies, and garden fix-
tures, such as sundialsrand wishing
wells, in three dimension.
Tickets To Be Sold
The few remaining tickets will be
on sale from 11 a.m. to noon and
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today at the Assem-t
bly booth in the League lobby, Miss
Newman said, but no tickets will be
sold at the door. They are priced
at three dollars per couple.
Senior Society, honorary women's
group, in keeping with a six-year
tradition, will sell carnations for the
Ball between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to-
day in the League lobby. Any inde-
pendent woman who is planning to
attend the Ball may buy a carnation
for her gentleman's lapel for 15 cents1
from any member of Senior Society,
or at the above mentioned time.
Jane Sapp, publicity chairman of
Senior Society, said that those who
do not have their stubs beforehand
may buy'them at the door tonight-I
"red for tuxes and white for tails."''
Senior Students
In Education
Will Hold Party,
Seniors in the School of Education
have formed a Student and Faculty
Relations Committee and have elect-
ed June Finkbeiner, '4lEd., as chair-
man.
Both students and faculty feel the
need for furthering relations between
them, Miss Finkbeiner stated. She
added that it would be to the dis-
tinct professional advantage of grad-
uating seniors, to become better ac-
quanted with people already active
in the field of education.
To further this purpose, the com-

mittee has planned an informal party,
to be held from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Monday in the Women's Athletic
Belding. All seniors, faculty mem-
bers and critic teachers in the School
of Education and their wives have
been invited. Square dancing, bridge
and games will be included in the eve-
ning's entertainment.
The committee has announced that
if Monday's entertainment is suc-
cessful, other events will be planned
in the future. Members of the Com-
mittee, besides Miss Finkbeiner, in-
clude Maida Cohen, Sally Corcoran,
Helen Pielemeier, Harry Erickson,
Mary Jean O'Donnell, Charlotte Fra-
zer, Irene Johnson, Hercules Renda,
Delores Sterzik, Earl Radley, presi-
dent of the senior class, and Laura
Katzenel, treasurer.
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Couple To Lead Assembly Ball

Deadline Set

Song Of JQP

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-or PetitioningLS Announced
one of the first heralds of the
n A ssembI y 19 IJOPf is the song, "T Can't Get
YouH Out Of My Heart," by Barbara
Interviewing For Four Positions DeFries, '43, and Mardy Shartel, '44,
To Start Wednesday In League; which will b sung by Helen Rhodes
Four Vacancies Will Be Filled both today and tomorrow at the reg-
uiar Union dances, and tonight at
All eligible independent, junior I Assembly Ball in the League

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women on campus are reminded by Other songs are still being mulled
Patricia Walpole, '41, president of over, as the production is being
Assembly, that petitioning for offi- whipped into shape, but the song of
the heroine, Mariadne, will highlight
cers positions on next year's Assem- advance publicity. Miss Rhodes will
bly Board will end at 5 p.m. today play the role of Mariadne, who is a

STANLEY DUFFENDACK HELEN CULLEYI
Exciting Clues Are Revealed...
DEKE Mystery House Is Revealed
By BARBARA de FRIES three; they must use gas lamps for
and MARGARET AVERY i light. There were no clies from re-
It looks like a cross between a pair men or scrubwomen as the DKE
church and a bomrib shelter, with safe- men do all their own wo-k.

in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.1
Interviewing for these positionsI
will be conducted from 3 p.m.
through 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday of next week by the four
officers of Assembly and the pres-
idents of each of the four groups in-
cluded in the organization. Juniors
in any of these positions are urged
to petition. Their places on the in-
terviewing board will be taken by
the vice-president or secretary of the
group they represent.
All women on campus, who fill the
above qualifications are urged by
Miss Walpole to petition those in
League houses, Beta Kappa Rho and
Ann Arbor Independents, as well as
dormitories.
The applicant is not restricted to
one, but may petition for all of the
offices open. These include pres-
ident, vice-president, secretary and
treasurer. Miss Walpole advised that
all ideas for offices and all qualifi-
cations be stated clearly on the blank.
Since petitioning for League coun-
cil positions will be going on at the
same time and place, it has been
further suggested that to avoid con-
fusion, the applicant write "Assem-
bly" at the top of her blank and make
out a separate petition for the League
and Assembly, if she is planning to
petition for more than one.

very sweet, but withal, very resource-
ful character.
"I Can'tGet You Out, Of My Heart"
is a slow sentimental tune with a
haunting quality to it.
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Active girls are outdoors
these days - and getting
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games, too, because of
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ty vault doors and a brick prison
wall. The general effect is. exclusive-
ness.I
Two Daily reporters sharpenedI
their pencils to snoop and found that4
the little brick building on East Wil-I
liams Street was not a -bomb prooft
prison chapel, but the Delta Kappa'
Epsilon mystery. The general effect
is still exclusiveness.
"We can't tell you anything," said
the Greek lettermen defiantly. "No-t
body sees the inside but initiated
DKE members."
So the Daily reporters sharpened
their eyes and snooped -- 1878 wasl
the date above the door. Clue one;
it's old. In fact, it's the oldest fra-
ternity building on campus and the
second oldest edifice in Ann Arbor.
Grave Marks Found
Then three grave markers were
discovered in the ,yard and held out
for potential blackmailing,
"Just our mascots," said the DKE's,
referring to the tombstones, "the dogs
are the only uninitiated beings to see
the inside of our chapel.I
"What about mice?" suggested thec
reporters.
"Why would we have mice with-
out food?"
Clue two; it has no kitchen.
Around the yard the reporters
walked in vain. There are no windows
in the house but a stained glass cir-
cle high above the reach of stilts.
The reporters sharpened their wits
and snooped on. But public service,
could give them no hints, for electri-
city has never been installed. Clue

Comes Saturday .
But what else do they do in there
besides work? Something happens,
for every other Saturday night the
chapter is seen leaving the house and
marching in close rank past Presi-
dent Ruthven's house. They don't
eat. (clue two). Surely they can't
study by gas light, (clue three). Must
be chapter meetings and initiations.
The Daily reporters sharpened
their ears for one last hopeful snoop.
The secret is out! The DKE house
possesses an organ within, like a sort
of chapter housechapel, and they
play it.
The Daily knows. Two of their re-
porters heard the music.
League Judiciary,
Panhellenic Councils
Petitioning To End
Panhellenic council petitioning will
continue until 5 ptmn. toimon ow in the
Undergraduate Office of the League.
Four positions, those of president,
secretary, rushing secretary and
treasurer, are open to any junior dele-
gate of Panhellenic who has had at
least four months' experience as a
deelgate. Interviewing will be held
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Petitioning for senior positions on
the League Council for next year and
for junior and senior positions on the
Judiciary Council also will continue
through noon tomorrow in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.

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