THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MARCh 9, 1941
On WAA Open
Eligible Women May Apply
Tomorrow Through Friday
For Next Year's Executive Posts
Petitioning for the nine positions
on the, Women's Athletic Associa-
tion executive board will begin to-
rmorrow, and will last through Fri-
day at the main desk in the Women's;
Athletic Building lobby.
All eligible women are able to pe-
tition for the following positions:
President, Vice President, Secretary,I
Treasurer, Publicity Manager, Rep-
resentative to the American Feder-
ation of College Women, Intramural
Manager, and two assistant intra-
mural managers in charge of dorm-
itories and sororities.
Only the position of President is
limited to a senior; classes for other"
places on the board are not limited.
Interviewing by the senior board
members will take place Tuesday,E
Wednesday, and .Thursday, March
18, 19 and 20, at the Women's Ath-
Although the WAA board repre-
sents a complete organization apart
from the League, President of the
Board is a member of League Coun-
cil, and all work at the WAA is
given full credit under the Leaguet
The Representative to the Feder-a
ation of College Women is a publicity
position, she works in cooperation ,
with other Federation representa-
tives, and writes for the Sportlight.
The Intramural Manager's assistants
will be chosen from among those who
petition for the position of Intra-
Leader Of Capitalist Ball Band
Has Fancy For Steam Engines
Will Be Given
Education Teachers And Seniors
7he IlUte Write4
I see by the Ftee Press that Har
vard's famed Hasty P idding Clu
will be in Detroit April 3 to put o
J Ruthven Te
~To Be Given
Jack Teagarden, co-author of the
"Basin Street Blues," will bring his
orchestra to serenade the Capitalists
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, March
When Teagarden comes to Ann
Arbor, he will have behind him, in
his two years as a band leader, en-
gagements at such places as the Mea-
dowbrook Country Club, the Black-
hawk Restaurant, the Dancing Cam-
pus at the World's Fair, plus appear-
ances at 25 college proms.
Likes Steam Engines
Next to the trombone, the instru-
ment that made him famous long
before he had his own orchestra,
Teagarden entertains a fondness for
-of all things- steam engines. Ac-
cording to those usually reliable:
sources, the publicity agents, one
morning, after a college prom, Tea-
garden was due at a broadcast. When
he failed to appear, an alarm was
sent over the campus.n r
"Jack" was found in a classroom.
He had taken over a class in the
engineering department and was lec-
turing on steam engines. Students
and faculty alike were "delighted,"
although occasionally the facultyf
would get somewhat confused by his1
"I've Got a Right To Sing the
Blues," the theme song of the Tea-
garden outfit, has its foundation in
the leader's early history as well as.
in the style of music that the band
features. Teagarden was brought up
in the blues tradition of theSouth-
west acid has retained the style of
melodic rhythm that has made that
part of the country musically fam-
Danceable swing tempo, with em-
phasis on the melodic, is the kind of
music that the Teagarden band plays
best and most often. Besides his
New Lecture Series
Will Beg in Today
The first of a series of programs
under the general title of "Creative
Living" will be presented by the
Disciples Guild tonight. Professor
Avard Fairbanks, nationallyrknown
sculptor, will talk on "Religion in
Other topics in the series will be
"Friendship and Fellowship" and
"Loyalty to a Cause."
Frnsh F rolic Tircts
Are Invited To Informal Party a performance of this year's play,
At 8 P.M. Tomorrow In WAB "One On the House." Some public-
spirited individual ought to write
All seniors and faculty of the School the Club suggesting that they let
of Education and their wives are in- AnArhm -. 5 .-t4 n
2 I vited by the Student Faculty Rela-
f tions Committee to an informal party
M<: h to be held from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
tomorrow in the Women's Athletic
June Finkbeiner, '41Ed, chairman
of the committee, stated that the pur-
pose of the informal "get-together"
is to foster faculty-student relations.
She added that if this party is suc-
JACK TEAGARDEN cessful, plans for subsequent similar
.and hi trombone events would be forthcoming.
a h r nThe Parker :amily will call for the
square dancing, and bridge and games
solos on the trombone, the leader may be played by those not taking
handles many of the vocals. part in the dancing.
Vocalists Named Members' of the Student-Faculty
Other vocalists include David Al- Relations Committee sponsoring the
len, Lynne Clark and Paul Collins. get-together are Maida Cohen, Sally
The Teagarden Trombone Choir will Corcoran, Helen Pielemeier, Harry
also participate in the entertainment. Erickson, Mary Jean O'Donnell,
It was with Red Nichols' orchestra Charlotte Frazee, Irene Johnson, Her-
that Jack Teagarden got his first big cules Renda, Delores Sterzik, Earl
chance on the dance circuit. After Radley, president of the senior class,
leaving him, he played with the bands Laura Katzenel, treasurer, and Miss
of Tommy Gott, Mal Hallett, Ben Finkbeiner.
Pollack and Paul Whiteman. He has Faculty advisers for the committee
made records with Goodman, Dorsey, are Dr. Raleigh Schorling, Dr. Irving
Bing Crosby and many of the top H. Anderson, Prof. Fred G. Wal-
instrumentalists and vocalists. cott, and Mr. A. A. James.
Chapterhouses Announce Lists
Of InitiatesAnd New Officers
Ann r lrorget a ooK atL Llem Loo.
Older, even, than Princeton's Tri-
angle Club, the Hasty Pudding group
has been putting on plays since 1795.
At first they were small, very select
affairs, given under the rafters of
some hideaway. This year's show
is only the 95th to he -wrI d>n to
Winchell House, Kappa Sigma,
Stockwell, Theta Phi Alpha Are
Among Special Groups Invited
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be
at home to the campus from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. Wednesday, for another
in their series of Student Teas.
Groups especially invited are:
Stockwell Hall, Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Theta Phi Alpha, Winchell House,
Acacia, Sigma Alpha Mu and Kappa
Mr. Frederick G. Ray, house direct-
y i ila IV1o
will be a musi
made up of
year's hit she
stand an inva
Any gal wh
isn't afraid o
to attend the
ratio is about
Nice, huh? A
That makes e
'K'J vu Fe ve up 1,' or of Stockwell; Mrs. Cora Young,
Like its predecessors house mother of Alpha Epsilon Phi;
omparatively recent in Mrs. Nan Riggs, house mother of
s-"One on the House" Theta Phi Alpha; and Mrs. Cath-
cal comedy with a cast erine Wygan, house mother of Win-
the veterans of last chell House, have been asked to pour.
the vteran of a Among those assisting them will
ow. I guess we could be Gloria Nelthorpe, '44; Mary Jane
sion of talent, couldn't Kenny, '41; Sue Adams, '42, and
Barbara Amsbury, '43.
Groups I and III of the Social'
o likes to dance tnd Committee will be in the dining room
f being mobbed ought and Groups II and IV in the living
Union coke bars Tues- room from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. At 5
ns-without benefit of p.m. they will change places. Any-
on. I understand the one not able to attend should call
t 10 men to one girl the person in charge of her group.
qnd don't bring dates. They are: Group I, Marney Gardener,
veryone unhaupy. '43A; Group II, Betty Fariss, '42;
I Group III, Louise Keatly, '42, and
Group IV, Jean Goudy, '42.
Hopwood Award win- ru a uy
Basketball: Intraclub tourna-
ment: Tuesday: 4:10 p.m.: John-
son vs. Steffens; at 5 p.m.: Ber-
caw vs. Fenske; Guinane vs. Vyn.
Thursday: 4:10 p.m.: Fulde vs.
Vyn; Geoffrian vs. Johnson. 5
p.m.: Steffens vs. Bercaw; Gui-
nane vs. Fenske.
Bowling: Monday: League V:
Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Pi Beta
Phi; Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Alpha
Xi Delta. League VI: Martha Cook
vs. R. Maurer (21016); Alpha Del-
ta Pi (b) vs Martha Cook (b).
Tuesday: League I: Alpha Epsilon
Phi vs. Mosher; Pi Beta Phi vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta. League II:
Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Alpha Gam-
ma Delta; R. Maurer vs. Alpha
Epsilon Phi. Wednesday: League
III: Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Al-
pha Xi Delta; Alpha Epsilon Phi
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma. League
IV: R. Maurer vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi; Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha
Delta Pi. Thursday: League
VI: R. Maurer vs. Alpha Delta
Pi (a); Alpha Delta Pi (b) vs.
Martha Cpok (b). Friday: League
I: Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Mosh-
er; Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi. League V: Alpha Xi Delta
vs. Alpha Delta Pi; Pi Beta Phi
vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi. Saturday:
League II: Alpha Gamma Delta
vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Om-
icron Pi vs. Pi Beta Phi.
Alpha Phi initiated seventeen wo-
men yesterday in a ceremony which
was followed by a banquet at the
chapter house. Mrs. Lyman Goes of
Saginaw was toastmistress, while Mrs.
Howard Parker of Grosse Pointe, for-
mer district governor, spoke.
The new members include Anita
Alexander, '44; Carolyn Byrne, '42;
Nell Fead, '44; Frances Ferguson,
'44; Jean Gilmer, '43; Frances Grac-
ey, '44; Margaret Harmon '44;
Ruth Johnson, '44; Marjorie
Kaufmann, '44; Margery Killins, '44;
Ann MacMillan, '44; Betsy Orr, '43;
Martha Piersol, '44; Harriet Pratt,
'43; Mary Jane Sexauex '44; Mar-
garet Wetherald, '43, and Miriam
To Be Sold In Union Alpha Xi Delta announces the re-
cent pledging of Nan L. Church, '42,
The few remaining tickets for of Grand Rapids.
Frosh Frolic which will be held Fri- Phi Delta Theta took in eighteen
day, featuring Johnny "Scat" Da-P members at a recent initiation cere-
vis, and his orchestra, will continue membe ec initiationarera-
on sale tomorrow at the Travel Desk mony. The new initiates are Ralph
of the Union. Amstutz, '44; Kelly Brent, '44; Mait-
Since this is one of the four class land Comb, '44; Burnett Crawford,
dances, all of the women attending '44; Russell Faber, 44; Edward Gil-
the dance have been granted a 2:30 lette, '44; Douglas Hillman; '44; Day-
permission by the Dean of Women. Andrew Marsh, '44; Merle Rudy, '44;
INed Reading, '42; James Seaver, '44;
Committee To Meet Howard Snyder, '44; John Swain, '43;
The Hillel Social Committee will Hudson White, '43; Clifford Wise, '43.
hold a meeting at 3 p.m. tomorrow Initiates 12 Men
at the Foundation. Any other mem- Chi Psi initiated twelhe men as
bers interested in working on plans members of its chapter yesterday.
for the Purim Party are invited to Lee Bisbee, '4j; Charles Braznell,
attend. '44E; Irwin Coveny, '44E; Charles
Gilbert, '44E; Harold Groves, '44;1
David Lynch, '44; William McKay,
'44; Royce McKinley, '42; Robert Mc-
Williams, '44; Thomas Miller, '44E;
Taylor Potter. '44, and Donald Robin-'
Gamma Phi Beta held an election
of officers for the coming year re-
cently. Margaret Hulbert '42, is the
new president; Martha Poe, '42, vice-
president; Mary Gage, '42, corres-
ponding secretary; Rae Gustafson,s
'42, recording secretary; Doris Arn-
er, '43, treasurer.
Kappa Delta Initiates
Seven women were initiated yester-'
day by Kappa Delta on the occasioni
of the twentieth anniversary of the
chapter on campus. A formal dinner1
and dance followed the ceremony.
The new members are Phylis Adams,T
'44; Barbara Alt, '42; Clo-ice Case,
'44; Alice Dehlin. '44P; Hilda John-1
son, '43; Marilynn Savage, '44, and1
Sally Weinhart, '44.
Zeta Tau Alpha announces ther
initiation yesterday of Lorraine Dal-
zen, '43; Ruth Ann Engel '42; Cath-
erine Osborn, '44; .and Margot Schle-
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
initiation of Celia Halpert, '42, and
Shirley Rudolph, '44.
ner, Marietta Wolfe, is already hard
at work on a new novel--and back
in Ann Arbor again. Miss Wolfe re-
turned recently from New York
where, true to artistic tradition, she
lived in Greenwich Village, and com-
pleted the redrafting of her fiction-
winner, "Whistle Stop." According
to present plans, the book will be
published next month.
Four Speech Groups
Will Give Joint Tea
Four speech societies, Athena. Al-
pha Nu, Zeta Phi Eta and Delta Sig-
ma Rho will give a joint tea from
4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the League for the faculty of the
Jean Funkhouser. '42, is general
chairman. Among those invited are
Prof. and Mrs. G. E. Densmore, Prof.
Carl Brandt, Prof. and Mrs. Louis
Eich, Prof. and Mrs. Richard Hollis-
ter, Prof. and Mrs. John H. Muys-
kens, Prof. Bessie L. Whitaker, Prof.
and Mrs. Wm. Halstead, Prof. and
Mrs. Kenneth Hance, Prof. and Mrs.
Henry Moser, Prof. Valentine Windt,
Dr. and Mrs. Frederic O. Crandall,
Mr. H. Harlan Bloomer and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Secord.
ORIANGE SKIN CREAM
FOR THAT "DRIED-OUT" FEELING
In this skin-drying weather you
need a nightly soothing with
Miss Arden's rich cream, spe-
cially prepared to help coun-
teract steam heat and sharp
winds. Smooth iton every night
for a few minutes, then remove
the surplus . . . or keep it on
while you sleep. 1.00 to 8.00.
At Head Of North U.
jBlouses to-salt your
suit are f oudin
abundance atd the
/Collins sh op. Out-Br
rymore shirt, a classic in plainj
;or ribbed white crepe, with long
Vfull sleeves caught into French
jcuffs with pearl studs. Other
sprng blouses in white or pas-
eels, in .pique, sharkskin, georg-
ette, organdy, chiffon, or ba-
tiste, and with high or V-neck-
lines. Junior sizes, 9-17, arer
perfect for the hard-to-fit or
very smao ll. All blouses, from
S IgA hieky now and then
happens to the best
a of us, but Calkins-
j ~~Fletcher has arm 0
abdnAne ruat Suthe rze
Beauty Cream. It offers relief
n y ses of excessicsin plin
ness, and proves a corrective if
/ used continually. Apply this at
I night and Suphurated Faceh
1Powder by day to continue inj
ja milder way the beneficial
acts of the cream. The pow-f
der is a boon toa esitive
skingblam ouses in htecr as- j
Radio Star-Inspired prints in
j redingotes and jacket dresses
% sones. This season hail arey 2
revival, here found in a flat-
tering shade with print of whiteV
jGeek columns and masques. '
Brave red bengaline fastens the
jcoat with a bow at the waist and%.
l peeps from under the sleeves
and coll. All brownjacket
jdress in a new light shade Alas a
%white and green print, with the
jacket pockets and cuffs in
brown bengaline. These are
just two out of many. All smart
as paints at 14.95.
Our hair is always
with us, but alas, we
donot always make
pens t of t.heet'
Vogue beaf uy alon Ceag
Scoiffu read ive ronew
S"permanent" basis for working
them out. So with spring coi -
in onresolve to greet it with
la new crop of curls, not a strag-
Suits and what ge's
with them you will / .
find at the Dillon
shop to satisfy your
early spring crav-
ings. Suits in plain %
or plaid pastels and r.t) .
; classic navy, with
either longer-length fitted or A
looser, straight-hanging jack- %
ets. Then a spring collection
of famous Joan Kenley blouses
fin classic or dashing styles, i
Hansen fabric gloves in the
jaunty short length and a var-
j iety of colors, and amusing lapel
or blouse pins, Add all these
r together and you will find your
4spring wardrobe well suited. F
Siren or ingenue,%
whichever you want
to be in your next/
formal, the Ma-rifyn
s shoj will mark VO
White silk iersey
Y draped 'into a ser-
All Kinds of Suits
PLAIDS -PASTELS - NAVIES
We have a good looking col-
lection of Spring Suits of
every kind. "The" new sea-
son's highlight is the longer
youthful in fluffy
jj s J<
'1 l 1
is the Secret to
U uderlying Beauty
A Le Gant foundation is a beauty
tonic for your figure! Affords
astringent control for your waist
. .. curves your hips . . . gives
a "beauty-lift" to your bosom!
The perfect contour and glove--
like fit of this corselette is ac-
complished by means of Two
Way-One Way control, [las new
anchor lace bust, rayon ILastex
yoke back stretching up and
down, ad:1 two -way - stretch
Dress I/hc Part
And be his
'osh F. clic!