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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1941

THE MICH IGAN DAILY

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Robert Harrington

WillLead Capitalist Ball On

March 21

RobertGiImour Lace Neckli
To Be Junior
Co-Chairman

Other Committee Members
For Business Administration
School Dance Are Appointed
Six days after they file their in-
come tax blanks, the potential exec-1
utives of the School of Business Ad-
minmstration will sponsor the Cap-
italist Ball. The date, in case your
income is not in the upper brackets,
is Friday, March 21. The place-theE
Union Ballroom.
G. Robert Harrington, '41BAd., has
been chosen senior co-chairman, and?
Robert Gilmour, '42BAd., will be the
junior co-chairman. In charge of
tickets and programs are James Dun-
lap, '41BAd, and Charles LeClair,
'42BAd.
Other members of the central com-
mittee include Donald Nixon, '42BAd,
Clayton Kullman, '41BAd, and Clar-
ence Klopsic, '42BAd. They will head
the committees for music and dec-
orations. Robert Addison. '41BAd is
chairman of patrons. Publicity chair-
men are Gerald Tupper, '41BAd, and
Harold J. Garbe, '41BAd.
Orchestra. To Be Selected
The selection of orchestra has not
as yet been made. The final choice!
will be announced next week in the
The Daily. Decorations will be strict-c
ly business and will also be an-
nounced at a later date.
Capitalist Ball is the itraditional
dance for members of the School of
Business Administration. Tickets,,
however, will be open to the public.
More than 300 couples attended
the dance which was held last year.
Anson Weeks and his orchestra sup-
plied the music at that time.
"Preferred Stock" Issued
Preferred stock contracts, to the
extent of 100,000 shares, were re-
leased by last year's capitalists as
program favors. According to the
committee, the stocks were worth
$100 dollars a share, and money, at
that dance, was flowing freely. The
committeemen were referred to as
"Board of Directors" and the patrons

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Aladdin's Lamp
'Will BeGiven
Feb. 21,And 22
Children's Theatre To PresentI
Musical Version Of Fairy Tale
At Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
The story of Aladdin and his won-'
derful lamp will come to Ann Arbor
fthis Friday and Saturday when a,
cast of six University students in
the principal parts and approximate-
ly seventy Ann Arbor children will
put on the production in the Chil-
dren's Theatre.-
A slightly musical version of the
original story has been adapted for
the Theatre by Richard McKelvey,
director of the play. It tells of the
lazy Aladdin whose good fortune at
outwitting the magician, played' by
Robert Lewis, '42, of Union Opera
fame, enables him to keep the magics
lamp for himself E
Students Take Leads

PayOff Dance
Will Feature
'Thanks' Theme
'Thanks a million!" say the wom-
en as they return the compliment of
a date to their favorite escorts at
Mortarboard's Pay-Off dance, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
the League ballroom.
Slogans of appreciation will tell
the men that "It was swell!" Hun-
dreds of brightly colored, informal
"thank-you" notes will form the dec-
orations for the annual sweater and
skirt frolic. These gay notes, mount-
ed upon a black background, will cov-
er the walls of the ballroom, said
Margaret Whittemore, chairman of
decorations, and a large mortarboard
will be placed at the head of the
room.
Tickets for the dance may be pro-
cured from members of Mortarboard.
They will also be on sale from 2 pnm

THE
TER BOX

Dance Petitions
Will Be Taken
Freshman Project Committee
To Be Selected By Interview
]Petitioning for the central com-
mittee positions for the annual
Freshman Project to be held this
year late in April will continue in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League through Saturday, according
to Doris Merker, '41. chairman of
Judiciary Council.
Positions open for the dance will
include general chairman, and chair-
men of costumes, patrons, decora-
tions, finance, dance, tickets, pub-
licity and recorder. As complete in-
formation aspossible is requested
on the petition blanks, according to
'Miss Merker, although additional
ideas may also be presented at the
time of interviewing which will be
held next week.
Each woman desiring a position is
asked to give her ideas for a central
theme for the dance. Last year the
theme used was Heavenly Daze while
the year before it was Puddle Jump.
Interviewees must bring their eligi-
bility cards to their interviews, Miss
Merker said.
Faculty Wives Plan
Reception And Dance
Members of the Faculty Women's
Club will give a reception and dance
in honor of their husbands at 8:30
p.m. Saturday in the Michigan
League.
Marvin Frederic's orchestra will
play for the dance. Admission to the
affair will be by membership card.
These may be obtained from Mrs.
C. C. Craig, treasurer.
A subscription dinner will be held
at 7 p.m. in the League dining room
before the reception. Reservations

Spanish will be spoken at the first
language tea of the semester to be
held from 3:30 p.m. to.5 p.m. in the
League Friday.
This Spanish tea will be the first
in a weekly series to be given every
Friday afternoon featuring either
French, Germah or Spanish. All stu-
dents interested are invited to the
teas-but are requested to contact
Mrs. Ruth L. Wendt at Stockwell Hall
before attending.
Dean Alice Lloyd is sponsoring the
rotating teas which will permit more
conversational practice for language
students or for those desiring to con-
tinue their speaking knowledge who:
are not enrolled in language courses.
Bertram Smith, Grad., is assisting
Mrs. Wendt, chairman, in planning
the French teas. Last semester an
exchange of French speaking students
from the West Quadrangle, Betsy
Barbour, Mosher and Jordan was
held. Mrs. Wendt said that the same

exchange is hoped to be continued
this semester.
She also added that every Thurs-
day during tea-time Spanish conver-
sation is held in the International
Center with about 12 students partici-
pating regularly with the aid of
South Americans.
Last semester two French teas were
held in the, League with 50 students
present.A German tea will be given
Feb. 28 and March 7 will be the date
of a French tea.
Foresters To Hear Allen
An illustrated lecture on "Trail
Riders of the Wilderness," by Prof.
S. W. Allen of the School of Forestry
and Conservation will be the feature
of a meeting of the Forestry Club to
be held at 7:30 p.m. today in room
2054 of the Natural Science Building.
A discussion of the approaching Jun-
ior Forester examinations will also
be included on the program.

Spanish Conversation To Be Held
At First League Language Tea

Now that the Michigan Big Shi- University members of the cast to "5 p.m. every day until Friday in
cig is past history I should like to include Barbara Alcorn, '43, and the League lobby. On Friday they
comment on a few of the plugs given Mary Ellen Wheeler, '41, as two gos- will remain on sale until 5:30 p.m.
in its preparation in The Daily. I sips; Jim Bob Stephenson, '43, as Leroy Smith's orchestra will play
was indeed deeply touched by that Aladdin; Bill Mills, Grad., as the for the affair. Informality, express-
article "Here Is The Acid Test For Sultan and the two genies of the ed through saddle shoes and sweat-
That Beautiful Girl Way Back lamp and the ring; Marion Conde, ers; will contrast the J-Hop weekend.
Home." In an adjacent column I '41, as Aladdin's mother. All campus women, Helen Barnett
also read an article entitled "Stay Among the Ann Arbor children in president of Mortarboard, said, are
Away From The East Young Man," the play are Nancy. Cory, the prin- invited to repay their dates at the
which affected me much the same cess; Edward Davis, the grand wiz- Pay-Off dance.
way. Because of the fact that I am ier; John Hathaway, Mustapha;-
from the East, and also because of Bruce Allen, Krumel; Barbara Al-
the fact that Brenda and Cobina len, Petunia, slave to the princess;
could be favorably compared to the Richard Webb, the first blackbird, W'inter Sports Trip
average Michigan coed, it is this per- and Dude Stephenson, as the secondp
son's humble opinion that a slightly blackbird and Bagdad. Skiing, skating, and tobaggoning
false impression has been created by The List Continues will occupy the winter program of an
the above editorial masterpieces. The list continues with John Mc- entire sports weekend Feb. 22 and 23
I am not denying that a lot of the Hale, Jack Marshall, Ilya Malamud, when a mixed group, leaving in the
I morning, will go 25 miles to the Uni-
boys use a little hyperbole when de- and Don David Procknow as pages. vrnitg ichga Fres Ai Camp
scribing the appeal of their various Mary Stermer, Margery Kettlehut vetity of Michigan Fresh Air Camp
home-town girls, Out there are only and Mary Lee McAllister are slaves at Patterson Lake.
about ten guys in school who can to the princess, and Mary Elizabeth Sponsored by the Outdoor Club in,
throw the first stone because there Wright as the soloist in the cave, conjunction with the Union, the
are only about ten girls at Michigan and Joan Kettlehut as the solo dane- sports fest will cost $2.50 per person

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;.:t.skin. No more self-consciousness
bright lights. If winter winds havs
your face, hands, throat, and legs
and rough, let Miss Eader, our m
artist, help you make your skin
smooth. You'll be amazed and lo
feel fresh as a breath of Spring.

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and,
Engagements
Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Parfet of
Port Huron recently announced the
marriage of their daughter, Mere-
dith, '44, to William Herbert Greene,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Herbert Green,. Sr., of Cleveland, O.
The wedding t6ok place on October
12 in Detroit.
Miss Parfet was affiliated with
Alpha Phi while here. Mr. Greene
attended Port Huron Junior College.
The engagement of Ellen F. Rhea,
'41, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
C. Rhea, of Holland, Mich., to Wil-
liam B. Stephenson, '38L, son of Mrs.
Maud A. Stephenson, of Honolulu,
was announced February 14 at a
luncheon at the Delta Delta Delta
house.

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who can hold a candle to the aver- er in the cave.V
age American girl.
Your even inferring by contrastA
that Michigan girls are appealing is ASSEMBLY MEETINGS
like me putting my last.nickle on the The Assembly Board will meet
Boston Bees for the pennant. Even at 4:30 p.m. today in the League.
at that the Boston Bees will probably Patricia Walpole, '41, president,
at hattheBotonBee wll robbl announces that it is important
win the pennant before the four fut for all members to be present.
of five rule can be considered abol-j Helen Culley, '41, general chair-
ished.
man of Assembly Ball, will meet
Let me make a few remarks as re-
LI emk ewrmrsa e the central committee for the Ball
gards the above mentioned article tecnrlcmitefrteBl
concerning the East. It is beyond me at 5 p.m. in the League.
how any such gruesome human men-
agerie as the Michigan females can his breath snatched away when he
possibly be so aloof as they are. The walked into the midst of a bevy of
only conclusion that I can possibly beautiful girls-at least he would if
arrive at is that since they are so he has been sharpening his social
vastly outnumbered by males they be- grace around the University of Michi-
lieve themselves to be at a premium. gan for any length of time. And
This is not the' case at a large girl's after all, you can't blame the girls
school like Smith or Wellesley. There for insulting you if you act like a

for transportation, food, lodging. Be- for the dinner will be taken by Mrs.
sides daylight snow entertainment, Clark at the League.
there will be dancing, games, camp-.
fire singing in the evening. Meals, Interviews To Open
will be cooked by the trip participa- Iniewig To oen w
tors. Interviewing for junior womenwho
Reservations, for the outing can be have petitioned for the two $100 Ethel
made through Gertrude Inwood, '43, McCormick scholarships awarded by
or William Ager, '43, 5847. The trip the League will be held from 7 p.m.
is open to all students; transporta- to 8 p.m. today in the Undergradu-
tion will be by bus. ate Office.

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Make Your ollars Cout.
with these
APPAREL BARGAINS
aJACOBSON S,
THURSDAY, FEB. 20
Marvelous values in coats and dresses that you will put on
and wear right now and enjoy for many weeks to come.
BETTER DRESSES
Final clearance of all the remaining stock of better dresses.
Originally $14.95 to $29.95, now $7.
UNTRIMMED DRESSCOATS
Warmly interlined coats for wear right into spring.
Originally $19.95, now $1L. Black and colors.
* One costume suit - green-Beaver trim - size 14. Originally
$75, now $32.50.
" One costume suit - Hunter's green - size 12 - Squirrel trim.
Originally $29.95, now $10.
" One'thtee-piece suit - Green tweed - size 13.
Originally $29.95, now $10.
FORMALS
This season's attractive formals in two price groups.
Special $10 & $12. Values originally to $29.95.
ACCESSORY BARGAINS AT 1/2 PRICE

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one finds some of the most beauti-
ful college girls in the country. And
believe me, they are not aloof, nor
friendless, nor cold. This may also
be due to environment, but at least
they are more attractive and less
haughty than the Michigan coed. But!
then, I ought not to criticize this ar-
ticle, since it was definitely written
for Mid-Westerners. Doubtless a'
Mid-Western Lochinvar would have

Mid-Western farmer. Not, of course,
that there is anything against being
a farmer, but then, he is much better
at pulling weeds than squiring a beau-
tiful young damsel around a dance,
floor.
Signed,
G. W. Story, III
P.S. This paper is sharp, so don't
cut your fingers. Four out of five
you don't dare to print this.

Prime requisite for that cher-
ished well-groomed look - -
clothes kept clean and in
order when not in use. Fun
when you have pretty places
to ot them!

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ester. Final announcements con-
cerning the initiation banquet and
party on March 1 will be made.
The Interior Decorating Group of
the Faculty Women's Club will meet
at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20,
at the League. Linens from the Gage
Shop will be on display and Elizabeth
Gage Smith will talk about "Smart
Linens."
The Faculty Women's Club will give
a reception and dance, complimentary
to the club members and their hus-
bands, on Saturday night, February
22, at the Michigan League. The sub-
scription dinner at 7:00 p.m. is being
sponsored by the club in the dining
room of the League before the recep-
tion, which is at 8:30 p.m. Reserva-
tions for the dinner will be taken by
T.r ,. Clark at her office at the League.

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Group of GLOVES - including broken sizes in kids, slightly
soiled doeskins and suedes - black, white, and desirable colors.
Group of NECKWEAR - including very desirable pique dickies.
Group of wool HOUSECOATS reduced for clearance
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SPECIALS FOR THE SPORT SHOP
e Reversible tweed coats - originally $16.95, now $9.00.
e Reversible tweed coats ,- originally $12.95, now $6.00.
e Corduroy reversible coats - originally $8.95, now $4.00.
* Corduroy two-piece suits - originally $8.95, now $4.00.
e Wool jersey and flannel blouses - originally $2.95 to $5,
now $2.00.
e Wool jersey blouses - originally $2.00, now $1.49.
e Sweaters - originally $2.00 to $2.95, now $1.29.
e Skirts - originally $3.00 to $3.95, now $2.00.
e Gabardine Jumpers - originally $3.95, now 50c.
NEW SPORT DRESSES
Originally #$7.95 and $8.95, now $5. Junior and Misses sizes.
100 Brand New SPRING HATS
Regularly $3.95. .........$2.00 for Dollar Day.
A special purchase received for Dollar Day.
Special Features in the SHOE SALON
e Entire stock of your favorite Sports, Casuals, and Mocas-
sins - originally $3.95, a special value at $2.95 on
Thursday only.
* Warm Fur Scuff house slippers - black and white, all red,
all blue, and all white. Originally $1.95, now $1.00.

STOCK UP NOW-
on the school supplies you'll need this semester.
Sales-Service TYPEWITEIS Rentals
PENS - PENCILS - PAPER - FILE BOXES - LOOSE-LEAF FILLER - ETC.

Garment Bags . . . 2.50 to
3.95; Nest of 3 Hat Boxes
3.00; Large Single Hat
Boxes . . . 2.00 and 3.00;
Storage Boxes ... 1.69; Shoe
Bags ... 1.00 and 1.25; Ac-
cessory Boxes ... 75c to 1.00;
Laundry Bags ... 85c; Hang-
ars (Set of 6) . . . 50c and

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