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April 04, 1941 - Image 7

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League Ticket
Sale To End.
Press Passes For Installation
Banquet Available Only Today
Press passes in the form of tickets
to the all-campus League Press In-
stallation Banquet to be held at 6
p.m. Monday in the League will be!
available for the last time from 3 p.m.
to 5:45 p.m. today in the Undergrad-
uate Office.
The banquet, at which incoming
League, Panhellenic, Assembly and
WAA officers, and scholarship win-f
ners will be announced, will mark E
the close of four years of League ac-
tivity for the senior class. In accord
with this, programs carrying out the
Press theme, will be given put as fav-
In addition to a list of the present
League officers, three green, red, and
yellow pages representing the three
underclasses will be embellished withE
sketches from Hayseed Hop, Deep
Sea Doodles and "Hi Falutin'," the'
Freshman Project, Sophomore Cab-I
aret and Junior Girls Play respec-
tively of the graduating class.
Other announcements to be made
at the dinner will include the new
members of Senior Society and Mor-
tarboard who will be tapped during
the evening.

Annual Crease Bali To Be Held Today

At Union

To Lead.,


Formal Dance
Will Feature
Hoagland Band,

.. Annual Crease Bll


Massive Bookshelves And Legal
Caricature Will Put Barristers
And Guests In Judicial Mood
Co-chairmen Richard S. Roberts,
'41L, and Sidney J. Salzman, '41L,
will lead Crease Ball with their guests,
Betty Nixon, '41, and Mrs. Salzman{
tonight at the League Ballroom.-
Miriam Smith, '41, will attend the
dance with James French, '41L, and
Marie McElroy of Winne ka, will be
the guest of William Craft.,'41L. Janet
Slccum wil be accompanied by Fred1
Niketh, '41L.
Committeemen Waiter Knutson,
'41L, and Robert Kleiner, '41L, will
have as their guests June Bender, I
'42, and Dorothy Kettring, '42. Robertf
Stuart. '41L. and Betty Pexton, '42.
I will attend the dance together. Helen
Katherine Park of Parkersburg, W.
Va., will be the guest of Edward Mc-
Lonough, *41L; and Robert Cooper,
'41L. will accompany Margaret Hub-
bard, '41. to the lawyers' dance.
Harold Van Domelin, '41L, andI
Marjorie Spitler Hart, will attend
'41L the dance together, as will Robert
Gilles, '41L. and Dora Jackman of

(Continued from Page 5)
"The Flying Cadet of U. S. Atmj,"
will be shown. All interested stu-
dents are urged to be in prompt at-
tendance at this meeting.
Graduate Outing Club: There will
be groups for both hiking and bicyc-
ling on Sunday. Any graduate stu-
dent interested is invited to partici-
The Suomi Club will meet Satur-
day, April 5, at 8:00 p.m., in the Lea-'
gue. A program and coffee will fol-
low the meeting. Everyone is wel-:
The Hillel Players will meet at the
Foundation on Saturday, April 5, atI
1:30 p.m. All old and new members
of the dramatic group are urgently1
requested to be present.
All women interested in living in
a cooperative house next semester
please come to 328 East Huron St.
for interviews on Saturday, April 5,
at 1:00 p.m.
International Center: Sunday, Ap-
ril 6.
- 6:00-7:00 p.m. Supper Hour. Sup-


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per will be served from 6:00 to 6:40. Central American Movies. This Dro-
7:00-7:30 p~m. Sing; around the gram will be held in Room 316 of
piano. the Michigan Union and consi ts of
30 p.m. Program of South and four reels on Latin Americi.
I 7: 0 p m . rog a m o So th idi A ll interested are in'vited.

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The soft sweet music of Everett
11 +Hoagland and his band will furnish Expeditionary
-u S kis the music for the jurists at their an- Reports Issued
ztual swing. The "Music Designed for
Dancing" has received much atten- Part two of the University of Mich-
tion over networks recently and the igan Greenland Expeditions reports1
band is rapidly becoming one of the has just been released, it was an-
For N extYear a top in the country.a o nounced by Dr. R. E. Robbins, editor
bo~ksof the University Press.
Amid books of learning and on the The it re
Ai-Thaquafa, Turkish cultural and'night of the Engineers' Slide Rule, The expeditions were carried on
social society elected its officers for the jurists will have their traditional during the period 1926-1933 and the
the coming year and planned the dance. Shelves of books twelve feet first
high will be at either end of the ball- lished in 1931. The second section
program of the organization for the Ihg ilb t ihredo h al deals with meteorology, physiography
current semester at their last meet- room. A legal caricature, including ada othe publcatio rt
ing. coif, and representing Crease Court of the Universiy of Michigan Scien-
Fakhri Maluf, Grad., of Syria, was in all its joviality will be located be- tific Studies series.
elected president of the group. Doris hind the band, The theme of the dec-_
Nashold, '41, will serve as secretary, orations will serve as a reminder to
and Furd Zahid, Grad., as treasurer. ,the lawyers that they cannot escape Will Hold Meeting .
Ismail Khalidi, Grad., one of the their studies for long. Phi Delta Kappa will hold a bus-
charter members of the group and iness meeting at 7 p.m. today in the
its first president will also serve as J H i To Have West Conference Room of the Rack-
a member of the cabinet. 1 A ri A Q: ToIfIHave I ham Building.




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or Travel
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Under the auspices of the club,I
lessons in Arabic will be given undera
the direction of A. Khatib, Grad.,
each Monday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day from 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
1at the Internationl Center. All stu-
dents who wish to participate in the
classes are urged to enroll at the
Center. Classes will begin next Mon-
Coffee Gathers Data
Professor Hobart R. Coffee of the
University Law School left yesterday'
for the Gulf region where he will in-
spect various law libraries and gather
data on Latin-American legal rela-
tions. He will visit libraries in Aus-
tin, Texas, Baton Rouge and New
Orleans, Louisiana.
Contest Ends Today
Michelodeons "Why-For"' contest
closes today. Entries should not ex-
ceed fifty words and should be placed
in "Why-For" boxes in the League,
Union and campus stores. The winner
will receive $10.

April Ask Em Dance
And Dinner Tomorrow
'April Ask 'Em," a dinner dance
given by Jordan Hall, will be held
at 7:30 p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
Woody Mack and his orchestra will
play for the dancers in the living
room of Jordan Hall. Favors in the
form of miniature girls in formals
will be at each woman's place and
tickets will be drawn during inter-
mission for door prizes. One ticket
will be drawn from a hat and the
couple whose ticket it is, will receive
two prizes.
Chaperons will be Miss Esther Col-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua McClen-
nan, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Van Dur-
en, Mrs. Frederick Klein, Miss Louise
Larrabee, Miss Helen Grant, and Miss
Maxine Boone.


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