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SATUjRIAE, MARCH 15, 1941

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iackfoot Ball' Wi1 1Be Given Friday

Annual Dance
To Be Revived
By Fraternity
Initiates, Founders Of Chapter!
Will Be Honored At League;
Dick Gauthier Heads Committee
"Blackfoot Ball," the Alpha TauI
Omega dance to held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday in the League Ball-
room, honoring both the fraterni-
ty's new initiates and its founders,
will revive an old campus tradition.
"Blackfoot Ball' is held annuallyI
on most of the campuses where the
ATOs have a chapter, Although it
has not been given here since shortly
after the first World War, with this
affair, the local chapter hopes to re-
vive the tradition of a yearly ball.
Music Is Chosen
Bill Gail and his orchestra will
play for the dance this year. Helen
Rhodes, '42, is to be vocalist with the
band, and novelty arrangements have
been promised.
As the fraternity's Founders' Dayj
occurs next week, the dance will be
a part of the program planned for thej
celebration. The new initiates to theI
local chapter will also be guests of
honor.
The dance is entirely a "bid" af-
fair, and about 450 couples have been
invited. Among the invited guests
are members of the chapterhouses
at Michigan State College, Albion,
Hillsdale and Adrian. The Interfra-1
ternity council on this campus has!
also been asked to attend, as have the
alumni of the local chapter.
Chaperons Announced
Dick Gauthier, '43E, social chair-
man, is head of the committee for
the "Blackfoot Ball." Assisting him
are William Kinsell, '41A, and Everett
Houston, '43.
Chaperons for the dance will be
Prof. and Mrs. W. J. Emmons, Dr.
and Mrs. A. W. Coxon, and Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Wikel.
Chapter House
Activity Notes

Dash Of Color, Wisp Of Cloth, And Joila! Military Ball Camp Counselorship Offers
Will Be Given Pleasant, Educational Summer
ioay By JEAN GILMER areas who have never had any con-
rn U MAre you in a quandary about what tact with country life with an enjoy-
z James Kuhns To Be Chairman to do this summer? Perhaps you able summer out of doors.
Of Dance; Entertainment just frittered away your vacation Because most of the camps of this
last year basking on the beach or sort are endowed by organizations
To Include ROTC Drill Team galloping over tennis courts. Or at and charge little or nothing for the
best you attended secretarial school cost of maintaining a large group of
James Kuhns, '41, general chair- rather irregularly, or perhaps joined 'youngsters for two months, the re-
l man of the 1941 Military Ball, will your mother in rolling bandages for muneration for the counselors is
lead the opening march of the dance the Red Cross. necessarily slight but the experience
to be held May 9 in the Union ball- If you've decided that you want to to be ,gained proves invaluable to
room. do something really worth while for students.
w Aiding Kuhns in planning for the a change, something that will give Crafts Are Taught
ball, which is sponsored by the you experience valuable for your in- Previous experience in camping,
3 A 1 ROTC, is Lt. Leonard W. Peterson, tended career, then the University either as a camper or counselor, is'
Al of the military science department, Bureau of Appointments and Occu- desirable to qualify for a position in
and a committee of students elected pational Information is ready to help one of these camps for the under-
by their respective corps. you. privileged, while some skill in various
Irl Brent, '42BAd, will be treasurer Social'Service Beons sports or crafts is also necessary.
and Joseph Matt, '42E, is secretary. One of the most interesting fields The most important consideration,
PThe music committee will be headed of work fdr women is that of social however, in the selection of coun-
by Jack Payton, '42M, and decora- service. Many of the metropolitan selors, according to the various camp
tions are under the charge of Thad- settlement houses and charity organ- directors, are maturity, poise and a
deus Kucharski, '42E. izations operate summer camps for genuine interest in social service
Committees Named the benefit of under-privileged chil- i work. So if that is the kind of work
On the publicity committee are dren. you want to do, and your interest is
William Blanchard, '41E, and John These camps are offering positions sincere, go to see the Bureau of Ap-
acheibe, '42M. Douglas Jeffrey, '4E, to both men and women, since most pointments and line up a summer
is programs and favors chairman; of the camps are coeducational, as camp job for yourself.
. t l s progrms and couns elorsan
Lindley Dean, SpecLit, is patrons1counselors.
and guests chairman, and Elmer Fos- One such camp is located not far NURSES TO MEET
teir '41E, is entertainment chairman from Chicago. Under-privileged chil- The March meeting of the Uni-
Robert Radkey, '42E, is in charge of dren are sent by a settlement house versity Hospital School of Nursing
invitations. to spend one or two weeks on this Ahima- Association will be held
As in past years, part of the enter- Michigan farm. At a small cost, at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in the Alum-
i tainment featured at the ball will be they live in screen cottages, and en- nae Room at Couzens Hall. Follow-
a drill team of outstanding ROTC joy swimming, hiking, nature study, ing the meeting, a social hour will
students. Foster is in charge of and other outdoor and group activi- be held and refreshments will be
training the drill team this year. ties. It provides a temporary relief erved. All members are requested
W eekend Brings Host Of Partes Augmenting the entertaining pro- there youngsters from the city
gram will be the ROTC drum and
bugle corps, under the direction of Advantages Are Numerous
The advantages of a position as a
A s Spring Comes Back A gain Lt. C. J.Kneeland, of the military! Thel n s a camp are o -
s Anounce rment ToCvious, for one can combine experi- P eferen
Announcement To Come ence in handling children from slum
Michigan weather may come and Clark, Mr. and Mris. Stanley Hyman, Announcement of the band for the
Michigan weather may go, but as far and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Coats, of ball and the beginning of the ticket Law ye r n c
Detroit. sale will be made at a later date._T' 'n C u se1
as Ann Arbor is concerned Spring Dances To Be Informal Last year's Military Ball was head- w o C our s
is here and campus party-goers are Lambda Chi Alpha has planned ed by Walter Clement, '40E, and the By ALICE HAAS
going strong! ar informal radio dance to be chap-'music was furnished by Enoch Light W ill Be Iven i The "Raw Review" Committee has
Radio dances, as ever, seem to be eroned by Dr. and Mrs. Roland Nis- and his Light Brigade. Besides the not received offiial confirmation of
the popular form of entertainment sie and Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartman, red, white and blue streamers, gold Of Red Cross the reports circulating that there
for this week-end, and Alpha Xi Del- and Phi 13a P% will follow suit with silhouetted plaques representing the Representative
ta has planned one to be held from a dane a. a h> Mc. and Mrs. L~. E. various ROTC departments were To Hold Classes will be an engineer's ball on the same I
9 p.m. to midnight with Dr. and Muffl and TMXand ::;. Fred Basonhung over the walls. evening as the Crease Ball," the co-
Mrs. Fred K. Sparrov and Mrs. Mary will chapeon. Decorations Were Gay Two courses in life saving and wa- editors of the annual publication said
Brennen as chaperons. There will be A radio wance will be the order of Red-coated guards, stationed at ter safety will be given by the Ameri- in an interview yesterday.
a formal dance however, at the Delta the evening for te Sigma Alpha Ep- the entrance of the ballroom, were can Red Cross district representative The men further expressed their
Gamma house with Earl Stevens and .ilon house also, and the chaperons changed in formal manner through- who will be in Ann Arbor from April sentiments by saying that they had
out the evening, Guests marched un- 6 to April 10.
his orchestra providing the music. ;for this party will be Prof. and Mrs. der the traditional sabre arch formed There will be a refresher course taken no steps to investigate such a
Prof. and Mrs. Burke Shartel and - S. & va-e r P . td Mr's. 'enitias ab ar d giTere will be f er oursetrivial matter. They feel that every-
by the sprig initiates of Scabbard1 given which will be open to thosete
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moehlman will Emil Weddige. Other staunch advo- nd Blade. Omen who already hold their in- lone interested in hnding out the date
chaperon this affair. cates of the radio aance are members Entertainment last year also fea- structor's rating and who wish to of the Slide Rule Ball may get suchj
To Celebrate Purim of Theta Phi Alpha, whose party will tured a skit based on the antics of (maintain it. A second course will be information from the Building and
Hilll Fundtio ha plnne it + v' haprond b Mr an Mr. R- "" IGround Department, with whom the .
Hillel Foundation has planned its ha chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. R0- the "Little King" of comic strip fame. given for women wishing to qualify calculators have been spending most
annual Purim party to be held from bert Steinimetz and Mr. and Mrs: Novel decorations are also promised I for the national rating of an instruc- Iaof t r time f pe
8 p.m. to midnight at Lane Hall. Bertam Glasgow. for this year's Ball. tor in swimming.r time of late.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Zwerdling and List Continues --From 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on (Upon questioning it was found that
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kaufman are To go on with [he is of radio - IApril 6 the Refresher course will be the barristers were referring to the
acting as chaperons there , oopan , ..th-l ; o ra iIxackiirnvy 1Iilay ;ivn. Tnrutr+,-.,' wil h annual burst ofen s
play givn Te Istrcto corsewil beannal urs ofenthusiasm found

Interviewing
ForWAA Board
Will Be Held
Interviews for the Women's Ath-
letic Association executive board po-
sitions will be held from 3 p.m. to
~ p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday in the Women's Athletic
! Building.
All those who have petitioned for
the nine positions on the board are
eligible for interviews. Selections will
be made by the senior members on
the present board.
Announcement of the choice of of-
ficers will be made at the League
Installation banquet April 7. Although
the WAA board represents a conplete
organization apart from the League,
the President of the board is a mem-
ber of the League Council, and all
work under the board is given full
credit by the League Merit System.
The present officers of the board
are, Jane Grove, '41, President; Anna
Jean Williams, '41, Vice-President;
Margaret Van Ess, '41, Secretary;
Betty Fariss, '42, Treasurer; Yvonne
Westrate, '41, AFCW; Frances Aaron-
son, '42, Publicity, Donelda Schaible,
'42, Intramural Sports, and Gertrude
Andresen; '42, awards..
All petitions must be in by Tuesday
at the very latest. Plans for the fu-
ture Women's Athletic Association
program will be discussed at the time
of interviewing so it is desired that
petitioners come with ideas that they
may present to the Interviewing
Board.

Alpha Delta Pi announces the elec-
tion of officers for the coming year.
Jeanne Taylor, '42, is the new presi-
dent; Lois Gish, '42, vice-president;
Gloria Carll, '43, recording secre-
tary; Faye Kilburn, '42, correspond-
ing secretary and Martha Leach, '44,
chaplain.
The sorority also announces the
initiation of five women in a cere-
mony recently. Virginia Anderson,
'44; Nancy Bercaw, '43Ed.; Martha
Leach, '44; Agnita Schwartz, '42, and
Betty Wooster, '43, are the new ini-
tiates.
Alpha Gamma Delta initiated sev-
en women last weekend. The new
members include Eleanor Campbell,
'42; Rose Hull, '43; Dorothy Larson,
'43; Eleanor Maliche, '42; Helen Ech-
erman, '44; Martha Preston, '43, and
Louise Marsom, '43.
Alpha Sigma Phi has initiated Ben-
jamin G. Clarke, '44; Joseph M. Fitz-
grald, 44. Rowland D. Smith, '44E,
and Richard P. Wayne, '44.
Initiated into Delta Delta Delta Sat-
urday were Erath Gudekunst, '42.
Marjorie Hardy, '42, Marjorie Kendall,
'42; Violet Mason, '44; Martha Mc-
Millan, '44; Elizabeth Polling, '44;
Phyllis Reynolds, '43; Bette Ross, '42;
Margaret Ross, '44; Jean Whitte-
more, 44; Lucy Chase Wright, '44,,
and Barbara Young, '43'.
Gamma Phi Beta announces the
initiation of Janice Benson, '42; Phyl -
lis Bihn, '43; Eleanor Dodd, '44;
Josephine Fitzpatrick, 44; Jane Gus-1
tafson, '44; Molly Hoffman, '43; Ka-
therine Lathrop, '44; Susan Ortmay-
er, '44; Margaret Shearer, '44; Ann
Stressau, '42; Nancy Upson, '44;
Frances Vyn, '44; Ruth Wood, '43,
and Marcia Zimmerman, '44.
Kappa Delta Rho has pledged
James Crowe, '43, of Ferndale, and
Joseph Strayer, '43, of Grand Rapids.
Their new officers include Philip
Nordstrand, president; Norman John-
son, vice-president; Richard Boyn-
ton, treasurer,
Kappa Sigma initiated five men
recently. The new initiates are Mil-
lard Griffiths, '44; Larry Kelly, '44;
Harold King, '43E; I-tobert Moon, '44,
and Robert Schulze, '44.

To Intensify
Eng ineer Feud
ert Glass, '41L, and Phillip Durfee,
'41L.
At the present time the 'Raw Re-
view" is concerned with the results
coming in from its conducted poll
among the local campus queens. The
object of the poll has been to ascer-
tain the .preference among the beau-
ties as to which make 'the more de-
sirable prospects for husbands-law-
yers or engineers.
"At present the results have been
overwhelmingly in favor of the jur-
ists. The only discouraging return
was from one coed who reported she
was engaged to an engineer," Craft
said. He added, however, that her
answer sounded apologetic.
Trouble Brews
As regards the prospect of a more
realistic feud between the lawyers
and engineers this coming season,
the "Raw Review" committee feels
that the Lease-Lend Bill is too late to
aid the "decaying Sliding-Rulers?
It seems that in the good old days
the feuds were intense enough to em-
ploy the aid of stink bombs. The
lawyers concluded with saying, "The
most they (the engineers) can offer
is exemplified by their past actions
'and deeds which, at the most, only
amounted to a BIG ODOR."

Members of Kappa Delta Rho will
hold forth at an informal orchestra
dance to be held at the chapter
house. Ray Carey and his Campus
Knights will furnish the music and
the chaperons, all alumni of the fra-
ternity, are Mr. and Mrs. George
Spring Colors
Flatter Brunettes;
Woe To Blondes!
Brunettes, this is your Spring! The
colors most becoming to you are be-
ing worn this year more than ever
before. This winter's black, gray
and navy suits and coats that look so
stunning on blonds and redheads,
and, though well-tailored, just a little
drab on you, are being replaced by
brilliant ieds, greens, purples and
a variety of pastel shades.
America, designing her own fa-
shions this year for the first time in
history, is trying to throw off world
gloom and depression by making one
4 paramount keynote for the season-
' COLOR! Color in all shades and
tones.
Bright reds and blues for patriot-
ism, greens, purples and orangy reds
and yellows from our "good neigh-
bors" south of the border, and all
the pastel shades of your favorite
flowers.r
And color gives more to the bru-
nette than it does to any other type.
She needs it to set off the dark sheen
of her hair. Almost any shade will
do for her, but some are better than
others, depending on eyes and com-
plexion color.

}dances the Theta Xiaff air will be
chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs. H. M.{
Kendall and Dr. and Mr. T. D. Fitz-I
gerald, while a Zeta Tau Alpha's
> dance Mr. and Mrs. John Roe and
1 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rice will act asE
chaperons.$
Zeta Beta Tau is having its annual
initiation formal from 9 p.m. to mid-
night at the chaipter house. Gordon
hardy's orchcstri will play for this
dance and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bothman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ackerman will chaperon.
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1 Neville Art Collection
The Neville collection of bronzes
' and ceramics from Siam is being
shown daily from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in
the Rackham Building in conjunc-
tion with a group of ancient Chinese
mirrors.
The collection of stelae from Kom
Abu Billu from the University's ex-
cavation in Egypt is also being
shown.
The three exhibitions will continue
through March 21.

held from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Other
meetings will take place on the four
following days when the Refresher
class will be held from 5 p.m. to 6:30
p.m. and the Instructor group from
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
These classes will be held especially
for those University women inter-
ested in qualifying for summer camp
positions.

among the engineers this time of
year when they come out of hiber-
nation with telescopes and yard-
sticks in band.)
To Publish Magazine /
"Raw Review" is the humor maga-I
zine which is putout at the time of
Crease Ball and is distributed at the
dance. Co-editors of this year's pub-
lication are William Craft, '41L; Rob-

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