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International Ball illBe Given April
Initial Dance Begins Traditior
Among Foreign Born Students;
Will Feature Swing Orchestra
Foreign students will hold the first
International Ball given on campus
April 26 in the Ballroom of the
League, Primitiva Demandate, Grad.
of the Philippines, chairman of the
The tradition of a large dance given
by foreign students will be inaugurat-
ed this year with a special program
and the music of a well-known swing
band to be announced later.
The dance sponsored by students
from almost every nation in the world
will have cosmopolitan decorations
and atmosphere, Miss Demandate
The associate chairmen of the
dance are Katherine Balint, Grad.,
of Hungary, Kazim Ogel, Grad., of
Turkey, Cheng-Kwei seng, Grad., of
China and Henry Caldera-Pallais,
Grad., of Nicaragua.
Judith Jimenez, Grad., of Puerto
Rico will act as secretary of the Ball
committee while Jose Antero de Car-
valho, Grad., of Brazil, will be the
Anton N. Bogleff, Grad., of Tur-
key, will head the program commit-
tee assisted by Kenneth Rapola,
Grad., of Finland, Lester Kaskiva,
Grad., of Hawaii, George Carulla,
41E, of Columbia and Orhan Barim,
41E, of Turkey.
The music for the dance will be
planned by the commmittee headed
by Orhan Bati, '42E, of Turkey, and
Manfred Sidley, Grad., of the Wnion
of South Africa.
The ticket committee will be head-
ed by Doris Nashold, '42, Jack Tsu,
'41E, of China, Pratrap Chand, '42,
of India, and Ubel Guvanassen, Grad.
Mrs. Ruth Wendt, language coun-
selor for the dormitories, will help
Dagmar Auerbach, '42, of Czecho-
slovakia in the formation of a date
bureau for the dance which will be
open to students from the United
States as well as to students of other
The patrons committee will be
headed by Ofelia Mendo Mendza,
Grad., of Honduras, and Rosina P.
Romero, SpecEd., of New Mexico. The
reception committee will be composed
of Robert Sethian, Grad., of Syria,
arl Pual Lin-Yuen, '42, of China.
Sik-Che Tang, '42E, of China, and
Eduardo Salgado, Grad., of the Phil-
ippines will be in charge of the dec-
orations for the Ball.
The publicity committee will be
headed by George Kiss, Grad., of
Hungary, assisted by Janet Roem-
hild; '41A, and Frederick Rabel, '42-
BAd of Germany.
The dance will be given in order
to raise funds for the International
Center, the meeting place of Uni-
versity students from abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Upson of
Ann Arbor recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Julia
Ann, '39, to Frank N. Conway, '40E,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Con-
way of Staten Island, N.Y.
While' on campus Mr. Conway
was affiliated with Alpha Delta Pi
and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi
and Phi Beta Kappa, honorary soci-
eties. Mr. Conway belonged to Psi
Upsilon and Tau Beta Pi.
Mrs. Irving W. Norris of Ann Arbor
announces the recent marriage of her
daughter, Helen, '39, to Julius W.
Toy, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Toy
of Henderson, Ky.
Mrs. Toy has been doing graduate
work in social service at the Rack-
ham School in Detroit. She is a
member of Delta Gamma sorority.,
Mr. Toy is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Tennessee.
Chessmen, Chinamen, Rockettes,
Greek Athletes To Dance In JQP
By LOIS SHAPIRO
It's not only a question of whip-
ping lines into shape for "Jumping
Jupiter," but also one of whipping
shapes into line, according to Mil-
dred Radford, dance chairman of the
There'll be fireworks aplenty in the
show with a pin wheel as well as the
smooth and synchronized (we hope!)
hi-kicks to be executed by those
glamorous bits of femininity, the
Rockettes, Ann Arbor's own edition
of the Radio City dancers.
The gymnastic Greek chorus, la-
belled the Athletes, consists of 22
calisthenically-minded juniors who
really have fun and provide much en-
tertainment with their dancing.
They'll be authentically Grecian,
complete # to the' laurel-wreaths on[
their heads. And for more of the for-I
eign element there is the Chinese
chorus, clothed in brief mandarin
coats and shorts with flowers placed
oriental-like over each ear, that does
a noisy, clever tap dance, designed
to torment poor Mr. Fu who has a
Playful Pixies, called the Satyr
chorus, have the job of amusing Mar-,
iadne, the heroine of the play, and to
this end the tiny dancers play leap-
To Be Honored
At Party Today
Mortar Board To Give Luncheon
In League For Twenty Women
With Scholastic Ratings Of 3.5
Twenty sophomore women will be
honored by Mortar Board at the
annual "Smarty Party," which will
be held at 12:15 p.m. today in the
The luncheon will honor Barbara
Alcorn, Margaret , Avery, Suzanne
Backus, Nancy Bercaw, Rosa Feigen-
baum, Dorothy Jane Bogert, Mar-
garet Garritsen, Dorothy Briddon,
Elaine Glass, Elnice Hoffer, Mildred
Janusch, Audrey Johnson, Frances
Lee, Stella Lewkowicz, Geraldine Mc-
Kinley, Barbara McLaughlin, Muriel
Schwartz, Betty Jane Vanden Belt,
Fern Wheeler and Charlotte Robins.
The party is given every year by
the "smarty" senior women for Ijhe,
"smarty" sophomore women who
have had at least a 3.5 average in
their college career and serves as an
informal meeting with the members
of Mortar Board.
Dean Alice Lloyd and Miss Ethel
McCormick will be special guests at
the luncheon and an informal enter-
tainment has been planned to en-
tertain the guests, Jeanne Davis, '41,
chairman of the luncheon, has an-
Mortar Board is a women's senior
honor society for which members
are tapped every spring at the annual
Installation Banquet. The women
who have served as the organization's
officers for the past year are: Pres-
ident, Helen Barnett; vice-president,
Jeanne Davis; treasurer, Beth Cas-
ter, and secretary, Barbara Fisher.
frog and paty-cake, and create a
"Jumping Jupiter" even has the!
aristocracy and the royalty of the
world in its cast, in the form of the
kings and queens who do a ballroom
style chess dance clothed in costumes
of red and black behind the curtain,
Choruses, colorful costumes, and
calisthenics help make JPG dances
Into High Style
Preparing for Spring goes deeper
than buying a new suit, a different
shade of lipstick, or a military hat;
it gets right down to your hair, your
face, your skin, and your figure.
First, let's consider your figure
since it is most difficult to change.
Can it stand the trim lines of that
new suit or the straight, severe' eve-
ning dress? In case of a negative
response, help is close at hand, so
perk up and trot over to Barbour
Gym. Body Mechanics classes meet
there almost every day at several dif-
ferent hours. Attendance is required
only once weekly, but you can come
as often as you like. This treatment
is sure-fire for taking inches off any
Also for your figure-but you
know what is coming next. Those de-
lectable in-between-meal snacks can
keep you roly poly regardless of exer-
cises, so self-denial is the order of
your new Spring self. It surely isn't
any fun in the process, but think of
the lovely aftermath-you, slim and
smart-looking, and best of all un-
afraid of the bathing suit season that
looms around the corner.
Skin, to which winter has been un-
kind, can be remedied quickly and
painlessly. All it takes is a soft face
brush (instead of a washcloth), plen-
ty of soap suds; and nightly applica-
tions of lubricating creams. Stringy
hair needs at least ten minutes of
hearty brushing each night, taking
care to stroke away from the scalp.
While in the grooming stage you can
have fun designing yourself a new
hair-do. Beauty parlors are a bit too
much expense at the end of the
month, and besides it's nice torthink
you can do as well as the experts.
However, unless you have the fea-
tures of a Grecian Goddess, none of;
these measures will be of any avail
if you don't have good health. It is
only by being healthy that you can
have that sparkle in your eyes, that
glow in your cheeks, and the pep to
keep you smiling even through the
And, only sleep, outdoor exercise,
and good food can give you that
radiance about which poets wax elo-
quent, and college men rave. So be
clever! Seize calories, sunlight, sleep,
exercise, brushes and creams, and
turn into slenderness, soft skin-fun,
parties and laughter.
Cap And Gown Sale
To Be Held Monday
Senior women will have their op-
portunity to become "white collar"
girls Monday when uniform white
collars to wear with caps and gowns
go on sale from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. in
the ballroom of the League.
Senior Society is sponsoring the
sale of the collars which will be
available at 25c each and may be
obtained with caps and gowns which
will be on sale at the same hours.
Today is March twenty-second, the
second day of spring, the second day
in this week-end, and everyone seems
to be taking advantage of this re-
markable coincidence with a list of
parties and dances long enough forj
Acacia starts the parade with a
spring formal and dinner to be held
from 6 p.m. to midnight. Tommy
Snyder and his orchestra will play
for dancing and Mr. and Mrs. C. Rus-
sell Pryce and Mr. and Mrs. Marland
B. Small will act as chaperons. Mem-
bers of Alpha Chi Sigma have
planned a radio dance to, be chap-
eroned by Dr. Lee O. Case and Dr.
Roger H. Gillette, with Alpha Rho
Chi following suit at a dance which
Mr. G. G. Ross and Mr. R. W. Ham-
mett will chaperon.
Alpha Gamma Delta will enter-
tain at a tea dance from 3:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Donald Miles,
and Mrs. Albert Parker will chaperon
this party. Chi Omega members have
planned a radio dance and bridge
party to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight. Mrs. J. W. Page, Mrs. Fred
Steinhilber, Mrs. Bowler Rowles and
Mrs. James Sherman will chaperon.
Another radio dance will take place
at the Kappa. Nu house with Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Kessel and Rabbi J.
M. Cohen acting as chaperons. Kath-
erine Pickerill House- residents will
also lead out with a dance to be
chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. Howard
Tatel and Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Residents of Martha Cook have
planned a radio dance which Mrs.
Leona B. Diekema and Miss Sarah
L. Rowe will chaperon, as have the
Phi Chi's, whose party will be chap-
eroned by Dr. and Mrs. Robert Wfll-
son and Dr. and Mrs. William Slasor.
Fourteen Parties To Highlight
First Gala Weekend Of Spring
Phi Kappa Tau members will pre-
sent a radio dance which Mr. and Mrs.
Fred A. Heller and Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Scoville will chaperon. Phi
Sigma Kappa adds another to this
category of dances, which will be
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
0. Creal and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wag-
There will also be a radio dance
at the Robert Owen House from 9
p.m. to midnight with Prof. and Mrs.
G. M. Bleekman and Mr. and Mrs.
D. M. Martin chaperoning. Sigma Al-
pha Mu will be a bit different this
time and have a treasure hunt which
will be followed by dancing at the
chapter house. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Goldman and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Edel-
man will chaperon the affair. Mem-
bers of Sigma Nu will entertain theme
Albion chapter at a closed radio
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight, with
Mrs. Harry B. Phelps as chaperon.
Lawyer-Engineer Feud Nears
Climax With Slide-Rule Theft
Come to its for
a combat with
By RHODA LESHINE
"Down with the engineers" was the
cry of the barristers at the victory
dinner last night in the Law School
dining hall to celebrate the success-
ful capture of the famed Engine slide
rule from their arch rivals-these
shirt-sleeved, tieless engineers.
The ingenious lawyers set up, ac-
cording to the blueprint of Black-
stone, the famed eight-foot slide rule
on a pedestal to command the super-
vision of the opening of the first
ticket sales for their Crease Ball
which will be given April 4, the same
evening that their traditional en-
emies will attempt to put on their
social airs for Slide Rule Ball.
Lawyers Limit Sale
In a close decision before the cele-
bration and after a serious case anal-
ysis, the committee judges decided
to limit their ticket sales to 300 bids
to be distributed to those barristers
presenting the jury fee of three dol-
Those tickets which withstood the
clamoring of the jubilant "Legal,
Eagles" at the banquet yesterday may
be negotiated for in the Law Quad)
from committee members.
Incensed with white anger at the
insinuating comment that the engi-
neers made that their "ticket sales
are being limited to engine students,"
Fred Niketh, '41L, indignantly de-
manded of this reporter, "Who be-
sides an insignificant engineer would
want to trip into their so-called
"Now, take the Law affair," added
the barrister, "there's an affair that
will be stupendous-why, those un-
shaven excuses for men wouldn't be
at home at our smooth Crease Ball
even with a tripod to lean upon."
Under the Engineering Arch, re-
ports reveal that there is trouble.
The engineers demand the return of
their coveted symbol, the slide rule.
Talk of a negotiations board to settle
the dispute is current and each side
is said to be avoiding appeasement.
Engineers Want Slide Rule
Certain "libelous innuendos" of the
enginemen were pointed out as the
cause for the action of the lawyers
in the grand larceny seizure of the
slide rule, an official representative
of the Law School insisted:
At press time, no decision had
been reached. There may be need
of a mediator if the deadlock is not
broken soon-for the engineers need
their respected slide rule, which for
many generations has been the an-!
nual exhibit at their Ball.
IWAA Bridge Party
ITo Be Given Today;
Door Prizes Offered
The W.A.A. will hold a bridge party
in the League from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Door prizes which have been con-
tributed by Ann Arbor merchants
include a sweater, a pair of shoes,
a blouse, a riding crop, two boxes of
candy, perfume, a compact, station-
ery, a purse and a recording of the
"William Tell Overture." Holders of
stubs need not be present in Order
to claim their prizes.
Tickets for the tournament are
twenty-five cents, and may be pur-
chased at the door. The purpose of
the party is to raise money to send
delegates to the senior convention
in Atlantic City. The Grand Rapids
Room, Kalamazoo and Game rooms
of the League will be open for the
use of players. Students as well as
faculty are cordially invited to at-
tend this benefit. And while many
tables will be arranged beforehand,
partners may be found at the tourn-
Faculty To Hold Tea
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold their annual tea at the home of
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Hon-
orary President of the club, from
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday,
March 26, Mrs. R. J. Carney, vice-
president of the Faculty Women's
Kappa Delta Rho
Emile Gele, '42, of
and Romaine Blandy, '44E, of Lan-
Lambda Chi Alpha announces the
initiation of Russell Berg, '42, John
Crombie, '44E, Rodney Hathaway,
'42, Erwin Heininger, '43, Howard
Howard, '44E, Bud Lambert, '44E,
Harry Lustgarten, '44, James Oline,
'42, Kenneth Zenke, '44E. Dr. Fred
Mattson was appointed faculty ad-
Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary music
sorority, announces the initiation of
Ruth Richards, GradSM, and Kath-
erine Ziff, GradSM, and Jean Wester-
man, '42. The initiation was .held
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Dana
Seeley and was followed by a dinner
at the Union.
Phi Delta Epsilon announces the
pledging of Herbert Levin, '44M, of
Detroit, and Ray Engleton, also
'44M, of Detroit.
Sigma Nu announces the initiation
of 11 campus men. They are Barton
Cook, '43E, Philip E. DeYoung, '44A,
John Grandy, '44, Stanley Hartman,
'43, Russell Miller, Jr., '44E, Edward
Powers, '44E, Dave Robertson, '43E,
QuinnWright III, '44E, Richard Mel-
cher, '42E, Cary Landis, '42, and Ed
Workroom Is Open
The Red Cross student workroom
will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today and Wednesday in the Women's
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We're having another Saturday Sale of
early Spring Dresses ... one more chance f
to buy right-on-time dresses at a real
Pastel wools, crepes and
gabardines . . . sizes 9-17,
and 10-40. Also 10 For-
mals . . . in sizes 9-18. 7f
You simply must have casuals
...they're the "CRAZE FOR AAA to C
STRING!" We have 'em
FIVE DIFFERENT WAYS'
C'mon and pick yours!