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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1941

THE .MICHIGAN DAILY

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Nautical Notes
To Be Struck
By Gail's Band
Hayden Crawford, Chairman,
To Attend With Molly Gillett;
Flags, Pennants To Decorate
A new tradition will be commenced
at the first Navy ,Ball ever to be
given on the Michigan campus when
the naval cadets take over the ship
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the
ballroom of the Women's Athletic
Building.
Bill Gail and his orchestra will
provide a nautical background in
music for dancing and decorations
will feature navy signal flags and
pennants. The flags will be draped
to form semi-circular spots of bright
color and the pennants will be al-
lowed to hang out to their full length.
Crawford Is Chairman
Cadet Battalion Commander B.
Hayden Crawford, '44, chairman of
the Hop, will attend with Molly Gil-
lett of New York City. Others on the
committee are Nelson H. Upthegrove,
'44E, who will be accompanied by
Louie Jane Lawton, '44, and Jack
Hayes, '44E, who will drag Betty
Bundt, '44A, in true midshipman
fashion.
Fred Atkins, '44E, has invited Alice
Jack of Roselle Park, N. J.; David
Margold, '43, will attend with Elaine
Glass, '43, and David Pusack, '44, will
be accompanied by Annabel Struble,
'43SN.
Attendance Restricted
The Hop, which will resemble a
dance at the U.S. Naval Academy,
will be restricted in attendance to
100 Naval cadets and their drags.
Chairman Crawford has announced
that there are still a few tickets on
sale which cadets may purchase at
three dollars an invitation.
Cadets will be in uniform in keep-
ing with the atmosphere of the af-
fair.
Marriage Of Indiana
Couple Is Announced
The marriage of Ellen Witherspoon,
'42SM, to J. R. Edwards, '41SM, April
17 in Louisville, Ky., has been an-
nounced. Both are from Evansville,
Ind. The marriage ceremony was
performed before their immediate
families.
Mrs. Edwards will be pledged to
Sigma Alpha Iota, national honorary
musical sorority, while Mr. Edwards
is a member of Kappa Kappa Psi,
honorary band fraternity, and of Phi
"Mu Alpha, honorary music fraternity.
The couple will be at home to their
friends at 432 Thompson Street, Ann
Arbor.

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Newman Club

Spring

Formal

To Be Today In Union Ballroom

Presents Given
ByMichilodeon
Horse 'N' Buggy Contraption
Calls On Campus Personalities
With bells and clown suits and
horses and yelling, a circus-like con-
traption pulled up in front of 50 stu-
dent, homes yesterday to present out-
standing students with gifts to suit
their personalities-compliments of
Michilodeon, the annual spring ju-
bilee.,
No one contested the suitability of
the pair of roller skates presented to
I Don Wirtchafter. author of the Daily
Double, whose prowess in track sports
is undeniable. A shovel was given
to Janie Connell; an outlet for her
energy may now go into a sand pile.
Julie Pregulman may be a man of
might, but after hearing of his baby-
party antics at the Sigma Alpha Mu
house, the committee decided that a
few marbles could keep him busy for
the rest of the year.
Phil Clapp received a tin of lip-
rouge, for reasons kept secret, while
Richard Stendel's hair brush may
have connotations unrealized. Mus-
cle-building, milk drinking Dick Ar-

Meeting For Deansi
Is In League Today
At the conference of Deans and
Advisors of Women, to be held today
with headquarters at the League.
Wiss Elsie May Smithies, assistant
principal of the University High
School, University of Chicago, will
speak on the subject of character
training in a reorganizing world.
Miss Smithies will talk at the open-
ing meeting at 9 a.m. Following her
speech, the group will attend the
Honors Convocation in Hill Audi-
torium.
A luncheon will be held for mem-
bers of the Michigan State Associa-

tion of Deans of Women and Coun- will be held at 2 p.m. Miss Smithies
selors of Girls, and their guests. A will head. the discussion, and Dean
business meeting will directly follow Alice Lloyd will be chairman of the
the lunch, and a discussion meeting meeting.

0 ow to hold
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Friday & Saturday
REDUCTIONS
on all early STRAW HATS
Casual Felts - $2.50 and up
DANA RICHARDSON
Michigan Theatre Bldg.
523 East Liberty St.

RT-HfUR MUR RAY'S gan-
ourous dancing teachers -
have to be even more partic-
ular than most girls about \
daintiness. No wonder dainty,
effective Odorono Cream is
terbig favorite!
Holdyourparner witb ,
Odoarono Cream! Checks
perspiration 1 to 3 days-
non-irritating, non-greasy?
non-gritty. Ad it gives you
50 to .100% more for your '
money!
$10 Worth TH-1ODORONO CO., INC. ;
!P1. 0. Box B, New York, N. Y. 1
of Lessons in Send me the new Arthur Murray Dancg Book I
Arthur Murray Dance Book and 1and generous introductory jar of Odorono i
Artur urry anc Rok ad1 Cream. I enclose 25 eto cover printing, mailing I
Generous Jar of Odorono Cream a and handling. I
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If the instructions in this new Arthur Name-....._1
Murray Dance Book were given in I
his private studio it would cost 10 Address--
See how easy it is to learn!, And see ~
how easy it is to hold your partner city Statej
when you use ODORONO CREAMI ----------------- - - -

ALBIN SCHINDERLE and LOIS DRUMMOND

_ "buckle was abounding in thanks for
his package of spinach-seed, to keep
The Newman Club spring formal I Rev. Allan J. Babcock, Very Rev. him in the Popeye mood. Edith
will be held from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Warren Peek, Rev. Clair J. Berry, 'Longyear, for great work in the field,
today in the Union ballroom. Bill Rev. John M. Lynch, Rev. Bernard was given an all-day sucker.
Sawyer's orchestra will play. LaBelle, Rev. Thomas Currier, Prof. Lou Carpenter and Gene Mande-
Albin Schinderle, '42, is general and Mrs. Allen Sherzer, Prof. and frgates Tece sedoneha fof a p
chairman of the affair. He will at- Mrs. Roger Morrison, Prof. and Mrs. pair will create a new campus style,
tend with Lois Drummond, '42. James William Revelli, Prof. and Mrs. Hen- it was forecast.
Landers, '43, publicity chairman, will ry Bouchard and Prof. and Mrs. Ed- --_ -_ - _- -
have as his guest, Mary Kay Ruddy, gar N. Durfee, Dr. and Mrs. Harold
'42. Dorothy Duroux, Grad., program Held. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Jordan, Dr.
chairman, has invited Paul Donnelly, and Mrs. T. Doran Fitzgerald. Dr.
'42E. and Mrs. J. W. Kemper, Dr. and Mrs.
John MacNaughton, Grad., finance Emerson Kempf, and Dr. and Mrs.
chairman, will attend with Joanne Helm.
B o u c h a rd , '4 2 ; C a th e rin N o r to n , '4 2 , w it hJo h nCa s e y ,_'4 2 E ._Ge r al d i n
with John Casey, '42E. Geraldine
Granfield, '42, music chairman and °
Ludwig Miklich, '42E. will attend to- S R E
gether. as will Jorge Carulla, '41E,{"
entertainment chairman and Esta- Y URSELF f
fania Aldaba, Grad. Sally Walsh, '43, ~Y U S Ft
decorations chairman has asked Free-
man Alexander, '43E. against
Heading the patron's list will be ' STRAGGLY
Governor and Mrs. Murray D. Van
Wagoner, Lieutenant Governor and
Mrs. Frank Murphy, Secretary of
State and Mrs. G. Donald Kennedy,
President and Mrs. Ruthven and Vice by weekly visits to
President and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith.3
Dean Joseph E. Bursley, Dean Alice STA E BL E R'S
Lloyd, Dean Edward Krause, Dean
J. B. Edmonson, Dean A. C. Fur- BEAUTY SHOP
stenberg and Dean and Mrs. Walter
B. Rea are also patrons. Phone 8878 338 S. Stato
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