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lMARCII 28, 1941

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To Play At Dentists'

Annual Odonto Ball Today

League To Be Scene
Of Foreign Tea Today
For French Students
All French students, as well as
those having a speaking knowledge
of the language are cordially invited
to attend a tea to be held from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the League.
This tea will conclude the first
series of international teas that have
been held throughout the second sem-
ester. The purpose of this series has
been to provide opportunity to foreign
language students for conversational
practice.
French professors and students
whose mother tongue is French will
be present at the tea in order to en-
courage conversation and urge others
into discussions. The teas have been
headed by Mrs. Ruth L. Wendt of
Stockwell Hall. Throughout the year
other teas have been held for Span-
ish and German students.
Guild To Meet Today
Westminster Student Guild will
meet at 7:'30 p.m. today in the Pres-
byterian Church for Dr. Lemon's
class in religion.
GIRDLES OF GRACE knit en-
tirely of Nylon yarn. Guaran-
teed to fit and specially priced
for month-end at . . .
$2.00

Big Law Books
To Decorate.
At Crease Ball
After three years of trying to get
away from the volumes of Black-
stone, Wigmore and Williston, the
jurists who attend Crease Ball on
April 4, expecting to cast all thoughts
of books away, will be bitterly dis-
appointed, Robert Stuart, '41L, co-
chairman of the decorations commit-
tee, announced.
Towering volumes of law books,
representing the law library as col-
lected by the class of '41L, and con-C
taining such emminent works as
Grismore on contracts, Leidy on
Torts, and Stason on Administrative
Tribunals will form the atmosphere
for the dancers.
Two shelves, one At each end of
the League Ballroom, will contain
fifteen large volumes. Everett Hoag-
land and his band will be placed in
the center of one shelf and behind
the band will be a legal caricature,]
including coif, and representing the
spirit of the Crease Court in all its
joviality.
The doors of the ballroom at the
opposite end will be framed by two
twelve-foot high practice briefs, rep-
resenting two of the major pending
cases on the Crease Court docket for
this year. The glorified legal atmos-
phere of lights and color promises
exceptional decorations.
Other members working on the
decorations committee are: Robert
Ferguson, '41L, and Alfred Rothman,
'41, co-chairman with Stuart; Wal-
lace Eblen, '41L; Jack Sutherland,
'41L, and Robert Reeder, '41L.

Easter

Season

Chairman, Guest To Head Odonto Ball

To Be Keynote'
Of Decorations
Dance Will Be Closed Affair;
Hygienists, School Of Dentistry
Will Attend With Their Dates
Gerald Murphy, general chairman
:f Odonto Ball, and Helen Hay of Ann
Arbor will lead out at the annual
Dentistry formal from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. today in the League Ballroom.
Edward Rudd, decorations chair-
man, will attend with Linda Koleska
of Goodrich, while Jean Gordon of
Ypsilanti will be the guest of Edward
Chiney, finance chairman. Martha
Luecht, of Ann Arbor, will be the
guest of Arthur Bibb, Jr., publicity
chairman.
Lumin Wilming, who is in charge
of the orchestra, will attend with
Eunice Chamberlain, of Grass Lake;
Rhea Anderson of Ann Arbor will
be the guest of James Riley, in charge
of the ballroom. George Sferra,
programs chairman, will have as his
guest, Margaret Rich, '44. Selvin
Hirshon is in charge of patrons.
Joe Venuti, "Swing King of the
Fiddle," and his orchestra will play
for the graduate students. Don
Darcy, young baritone soloist, will be
featured with the band.
Venuti and his organization have
just completed engagements at the
Belmont Plaza Hotel in New York City
and the Hotel Muehlebach in Kansas
City. "Sultan of Swing," the maestro
is known for his hot fiddling, plays
six different styles of music on three
violins.
Decorations will center about the
approaching Easter season, with cut
flowers, palms, and colorful balloon
and crepe paper ornaments.
The dance is a closed affair; stu-
dents and alumni of the School of
Dentistry and Hygienists will attend
the formal.

Former Student To Wed Interne
Dr. and Mrs. A. 0. DeWeese of sorority. Since her graduation she
Kent, Ohio, recently announced the has been teaching in the Milford
engagement of their daughter, Har-
ret, '39, to Dr. Daniel C. Thompson, High School. Dr. Thompson is serv-
'40M, son of Dr. and Mrs. T. L. ing his interneship at the University
Thompson of Ann Arbor. . Hospital.
While on campus Miss DeWeese The wedding will take place in
was affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta July.

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plaid, the biggest headlines in
spring fashion news. You will
applaud their fluid shoulders,
their longer, flattering jackets,
and their many details of in-
dividuality. Styles for both cas-
ual and tailored town wear. Stop
in today to see our collection.
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SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
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the BUDGET shOp
.iberty Street - Two Doors East of Michigan Theatre

Goodyear's MARCH
MONTH-END SALE
TODAY
Our once-a-month clearance of odd lots and broken size ranges
in women's and children's apparel, dress accessories, yard
goods, domestics and things for the home. Extraordinary
values throughout the store.
All Sales Final - No Approvals, Exchanges,
Telephone orders and none C.O.D.
Group of over 50 DRESSES

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HELEN HAY and GERALD MURPHY

Radio Dances, Formal Dinner
To Be Featured This Weekend

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Even though JGP is taking most
of the spotlight this weekend, there,
arc several houses who arc going
to have dances tonight.
Members of Alpha Sigma Phi will
hold an informal radio dance from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight. Mr. and
Mrs. James M. Plumer and Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Hammial will chaperon.
Another radio dance will be present-
ed by Chi Phi from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tonight. Those who have been asked
to chaperon are Dr. William Brace
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Kilsey.
Dean and Mrs. W. Titus and Prof.
and Mrs. George M. Bleekman will
chaperon the radio dance from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight at the Delta
Slpsilon house. To begin the weekend
of festivities in a gay manner Phi
Kappa Psi will give an informal
dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight.
Earl Stevens and his band will furn-
ish the music and the chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. Elmore S. Petty-

john and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bach-
man.
Theta Delta Chi will hold an in-i
formal dance from 10 P.m. to 1 a.m.1
tonight. The chaperons will beProf.
and Mrs. E. F. Baker and Mr. and
Mrs. John R. McMullen. Prof. and
Mrs. A. J. Eardley and Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Lewis will chaperon the
dance from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
night being presented by Sigma Phi.
A formal dinner before Odonto
Ball will be held from 6:30 p.m. to
8 p.m. tonight by Xi Psi. Chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Barrow
and Dr. H. Goldbeck. Wenley House
will hold a dance from 8:30 p.m. to
12:30 p.m. tonight. Mrs. E. K. Herd-
man and Mr. James H. Robertson
will act as chaperons.
Pledging Announced
Alpha Phi announces the pledging
of Martha Elizabeth Crothers, '44A,
of Taylorstown, Pa.

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STE5R parade

This group consists of styles for afternoon, evening and dinner
wear - dresses that are genuine finds at $7.98, former price
tickets were up to $49.75. There are women's sizes, misses sizes
and junior sizes in the lot.
A group of 30 COATS
YJOW only9.98 Ca.
This is an odds and ends lot of winter and summer coats in
plaids and plains colors - a few white coats included. Former
prices up to $35.00. Styles and sizes for women and misses.
Junior Winter Coats

st i Wit into

the Easter

Priced or Clearance

5.98 ca.

Outstanding values - former prices up to $19.95 - now reduced
to $5.98, Desirable types of coats for early spring wear.
READY-TO-WEAR - Third Floor
SPOTS S*OP SALES

MonthoEnd Sale
N ' N' '' N
A CLEAN SWEEP of all early spring and
leftover winter stock . . . for three shopping
days beginning Friday Morning at 9!
DRESSES

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parade in o coat designed to
set off your best points. Picture
yourself in a shadow line-plaid
coat - one of our Studio Styles
from California. Or make fash-
ion headlines in a big, colorful
plaid, in several gay pastel
shades. Or if a reefer's flatter-
ing lines appeal to you, you'll
find one here you'll love.
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SPRING'IDRESSES
4.98 and 7.98
New spring styles in print rayon
and plain flannel. Sizes 10 to 18.
Dresses originally marked $7.95 re-
duced to $4.98 $10.95 ones re-
duced to $7.98.
6 SUEDE JACKETS; 6.98 each -
formerly $10.96 - sizes 12 to 18.

SWEAERS . . . 2.98
A group of slipover sweaters -
new spring styles - values to $7.95
- drastically reduced for this sale.
WINTER SWEATERS, BLOUSES
and vJACKETS;2.98 each -odds
and ends - values up to $10.95 -
reduced for clearance,
BETTER BLOUSES; 1.98 each,--
including styles for evening wear.
Formerly to $8.50 -- priced now
for immediate clearance.
RIDING BREECHES and JOD-
PHURS; 2.98 each - Were $3.50
to $5.00. In black, brown, and
beige.
THIRD FLOOR

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$3

$5

$7

(Former Values $7.95-$22.50)
Pastel wools, crepes and prints. 9-17, 12-44. Also
8 formals in the $5 and $7 groups.
*
WINTER COATS
$10
(Former Values to .$39.95)

Exceptional Value . . .
226 Pairs SPRING SHOES

Compliment your spring costume with
shoes from this sale. All are from
our regular stock of style footwear -
mostly in dressy patent - formerly
$6.50 to $8.75 and now greatly re-
duced. Some fabric combinations.

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Only 10 left!

Sizes 10-40.

Come early

I SHOEs --Second Floor I I

JACKETS and
SKIRTS... 92

Closeout Group of
BLOUSES ... 9192

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