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TJIVRSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941

:w~MIHGN AL

Annual Lea ue Installation Banquet

To Be Monday

Venuti Will Play For Odonto Ball
Replacing Bill Carlson's orchestra
at the Odonto Ball, Joe Venuti,
"Swing King of the Fiddle," and his
band will ring in the annual Dentis-
try formal from 9 p.m. to 1 a m. to-
morrow in the League Ballroom.
Venuti, often called "Sultan of
Swing," is known to play the "hot-, t«:;r>'
test" fiddle in America; owns three
violins on which he plays six different
styles of music. Joe has promised toj
demonstrate his favorite "wild dog"
fiddling at the Odonto Ball.4
The orchestra, featuring Don Dar-
cy, young baritone soloist, has been
engaged recently at the Belmont
Plaza Hotel, New York City; the Ho-
tel Muehleback in Kansas City; and
the Fort Worth Centennial. Venuti JOE VENUTI
and his band have also appeared in ----
the cinema, and on commercially S
sponsored radio programs. phia Symphony; he was featured also
Venuti played in many European with Paul Whiteman for eight years
concerts after receiving his education before forming his own fifteen piece
from Thaddeus Rich, of the Philadel- band.

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Council Heads,
Other Officers
To Be Named
Mortarboard, Senior Society
To Tap Members For Next Year;
Schoiarships To Be Awarded
The League's annual Installation:
Banquet will be held at 6 p.m. Mon-
day, April 7, in the Ballroom and
the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
LeeHardy, '41, President of the
League Council, is general chairman
of the committee in charge of the
affair. She will be assisted by Doris
Merker, '41, assistant chairman, who'
is also chairman of Judiciary Council.
Annabel Van Winkle, '41, president
of Panhellenic, is patrons chairman.
Betty Lombard, '41, secretary of the
League Council and Margaret White-
more, '41, chairman of the dance
classes, are in charge of the pro-
grams, while Jean Davis, '41, treasur-
er of the League will head the tick-et
committee.
Publicity chairmen are Esther Os-]
ser, '41, Women's Editor of The Daily,,
and Elinor Sevison, '41. head of the;
League Publicity Committee. Plans
for decorations are under the di-
rection of Virginia Osgood, '41, who
is also social chairman of the League.1
Continuing a tradition established
last year, members of !the League
Council-with the exception of the
president and chairman of the Judi-
ciary Council, who will be announced
earlier-the Panhellenic, WAA and
Assembly Boards will be named. At
the same time, Orientation Advisors
for next fall will be announced. The
Mu Ph, School of Music Scholarship
and the three Ethel McCormick
Scholarships will also be awarded.
As has long been the custom, Mor-
tarboard and Senior Society, women's
honorary organizations, in cap and
gown, will tap members for the com-
ing year during the course of the1
banquet.;
Ex- Bloomer Gii
'Jumping Jur
Bloomer girls can't be that way
all their lives, it seems; at Senior(
Supper yesterday, the bloomer girls
of ,the 1941 JGP, "Hi-Falutin'!"
climbed into caps and gowns in-
stead.;

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Look what outfit we chose for a
Best Dressed Co-ed this week! Hid-
ing the classic skirt 'n sweater these
Saturday afternoons are the very
utilitarian white "angel robes," and
the reason for their use is to protect
your clothes while sewing for the
Rel 'Cross.
How many of you have used your
fashion creating sense to make ba-
bies' nightgowns or Tommies'
sweaters to be sent abroad? Well,
many have and yet many haven't.
A lot of good work is being done,
however, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturdays at the Women's Ath-
letic Building, with material being
provided by the Red Cross Head-
quarters of Washtenaw County at
the old hospital building here. At
the headquarters work goes on all
week and Saturday mornings, then
it's up to students to take over in
our own WAB.
Any and all women students may
come to lend a helping hand. If you
know how to sew, you'll be put to
work on the sewing machines, and
for non-needle-workers, there's plen-
ty to be done with pinning and bast-
ing. The opera is oftcV listened to
while working, or other music can
be played. -And, says student di-
rector Janet Lewin, '43, you can al-
ways be assured of four hours of fine
comedy with Miss Marie Hartwig, the
faculty advisor.
If you prefer taking your philan-
thropic assignment as homework,
you can knit sweaters. They're
done on big needles with thick yarn
so that it takes very little time to
do one. Sign-up sheets total up the
amount of time spent for the Rede
Cross, and after a certain number

Language Tea
To End First
Mixer Series
A French tea will be held from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Kalamazoo room of the League, con-
cluding the first series of Interna-
tional teas that has been held since
the beginning of the semester.
All French students, as well as
those havinguagspeaking knowledge
of the language, who wish to be
present at the social mixer are asked
to contact Mrs. Ruth L. Wendt at
Stockwell Hall.
The purpose of the tea series is to
give students an opportunity for con-
versational practice in languages.
Mrs. Wendt commented that there
are present at each tea language
professors and foreign students whose
mother tongue is being spoken at the
particular tea to stimulate discus-

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Daily Photo by Dick Strong
Fashion For Red Cross
YVONNE WESTRATE
by machine, all sororities on campus
are volunteering to pay rent on them
for one week each. One sorority went
a step further and made it a project
for the whole house to work one Sat-
urday. Why don't you come down in
a group or individually and take a
try at sewing on everything from
diapers to bonnets and booties.
Take a tip from Yvonne West-
rate, '41, who is pictured here in
ithe chic-est of "angel robes." She
is one of the most consistent and
hardest workers at the Red Cross,
and enjoys it too.

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of hours, a button is awarded the -~~_~~~_ ~~~~~~~~~~~~
worker. F raternities, Sorority !
The results of your careful labor is Name New Initiates
sent principally to England, and also
to all other places where aid can be Pledges, Officers
sent. Since most of the work is done
-- Two fraternities have announcedl
the names of their recent initiates
Is P roclaim and pledges..Beta Theta Pi has'
pledged Quentin J. Baker, '44, Grand
y A ~Rapids, and Tim McDonald, '44, Mon-
p t.tr A s real, Wisconsin. Robert Carr, '42,
1Richard Bek, '42E. and Fred Martin,
43E. have all been initiated by Phi
on, you jolly juniors, let's have your Kappa Tau.
Zeta Tfau Alpha, announces election{
JGP," sang the seniors, and the cur-! Z e r.T heirnewunesie tis
tain went up on the opening of IPatricia MacFarland, '42; vice-presi-
"Jumping Jupiter!" Hard critics dent, Elaine Taylor, '42; secretary,
though they may be, the seniors are Virginia Walcott, '42; treasurer, Cora
staunch friends of the juniors; they Hackett, '42; historian, Edna Mut-
cheered enthusiastically to start the ter, '43; guard, Ellen Koopman, '43.
four-night run of the production off They also announce the recent
right. pledging of Jane Lambertson, '42D,
of Flint, Liese Price, '43, of Ann Ar-
Ab bor, and Zabelle Adrounie, '44, of
Aie a eAno ced s Hastings.
Marriage Announced

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Black-robed seniors they are now,
scrambling furtively after their dig-
nity. The traditional supper was held
in the ballroom of the League, where
songs from their own JGP were dug
up and re-sung. They hadn't for-
gotten a word of. "Hi-Falutin'!"
"He's Plenty Good Enough For Me"
and "The Girl In The Picture Frame"
still sounded good to them.E
After rehearsing the song to the
juniors, written by Doris Merker, '41,
the senior women paraded through
the League in their caps and gowns,
ending their marc) in ihe Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Here several scenes from last years
junior production were put on. Anna-
bel Van' Winkle sang "Autumn
Leaves"; Margaret Schiller and Mary
Ellen Wheeler acted out the hilarious
scene where the Phi Bete tries 11o
woo. The bloomer girls went through
their routine, and the song to the
juniors climaxed the first part of the
evening's entertainment.
"But before we leave forever,
there's one thing we must see--Come

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The wedding of Alice Manderbach,
a former student of the University,
to Arnold Waldemar Lungerhausen,
'29, son of Mrs. Waldemar Lunger-
hausen, of Detroit, took place at noon
Monday, March 24, at St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church.
Miss Manderbach received her
Bachelor 's and Master's degrees from
the School of Music and was on the
University Library Staff.
Meet For Basketball
All women wishing to play basket-
ball report to Barbour gym between
4:15 and 5:15 p.m. Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Games will be arranged
with Michigan State Normal College
at Ypsilanti.

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