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do ode Dance' To Be Held By

Architects May

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Doodle Dance
Will Highlight
ScrewbalI Art
Larry Douglas Will Furnish
Music; Art Show, Sale Succeeds
Annual Architect's Ball
"Doodle Dance," the absent-minded
artist's Greenwich Village, will takef
place May 16 in the Union, suceedingl
this year the annual Architect's Cos-
tume Ball. Anybody, everybody who
listens to a lecture with a pencil and
turns out notes more decorative than
instructive will furnish atmosphere.
in the form of pictures to be sold
following the dance.
Larry Douglas and his 10 piece
negro band from Detroit will make
their first appearance at the Union
to furnish music for the dancing
doodlers. Swing music, appropriate to
* the Bohemian mood of the art colony,
and adaptable to informal dress, is
Douglas' specialty.
Doodles Will Be Vaned
Caricatures, scenic drawings, life
sketches of professors and napping
classmates, modernistic absractions
and other products of the imagina-
tion will be among the hundred or
so pictures to be chosen as the cream
of Michigan doodles, and mounted
around the Union Ballroom. Contri-
butions from all students will be con-1
sidered by a special committee at the
Architectural School.
Winners of the all-campus contest
will have their classroom inspirations
sold at prices ranging from 50 cents}
to three dollars, "and thus :receive
prize money according to the public1
recognition of their talent. No limita-
tions of style are set on doodles sub-
mitted for the contest.t
Harrison To Head Dance
General chairman of the dance is
William Harrison, '41A. Heads of sub-T
-committees include John Rust, '43A,
chairman of the Art Show Committee,
Charles Shaw, '41A, publicity chair-
man, and Phelps Hines, '42A, in
charge of tickets.
The dance, which is to be informal,
will be open to the campus. Ticket
sales, and places of purchase will be
announced at a later date.,

3r~ 11111 lIME!
It's just as we said last week: barkers and animals (well, animal crack-
ers, anyway) and girlie shows and take-a-chance-here-folks dominated the
whole weekend-and all under the disguise of something quaintly titled
Michilodeon. If you weren't over at the Beta Folies Berserk (which might
aptly have been called Sex Takes A Holiday) trying to decide whether to
laugh or get nauseated, then you were in an
equal quandary over whether or not to spend your nickel
feeding mice or throwing eggs. It's all under the head-
ing of .fun, though, as someone (no doubt) has said.
Scme of the couples there were Vivian Novak and Stu
Miller, Marge Green and Gordy Smiley, Nancy Chap-
man and Ted Kennedy and Ann Vicary (roaming the
hinterlands again) with Bob Mercer. Muzzy King had
a nifty date, by the way. She (or he-or it) was a
ragged and rather tired looking dog which was begin-
ning to look plenty irritated at the way Muzzy was
dragging it around on a leash. We sincerely trust
that we may not draw parallels from others of Muzzy's dates.

Van Wagoners, Army Officers
To Be Patrons At Military Ball

Governor and Mrs. Murray l). Van
Wagoner will head the patrons list
for the Military Ball to be held Fri-
day in the Union. Following them will
be Regent and Mrs. Franklin M. Cook,
Regent Esther M. Cram and Mr.
Cram, and Regents David H. Crowley,
Charles F. Hemans, J. Joseph Her-
bert, Harry G. Kipke, John D. Lynch,
and Edmond C. Shields and their
wives.
President and Mrs. Ruthven con-
tinue the list followed by Brigadier
General and Mrs. Charles H. Bone-
steel and Vice Presidents Shirley W.
Smith, Clarence S. Yoakum, and
James D. Bruce and their wives. Dean
Wells I. Bennet, Russell W. Bunt-
ing, Samuel T. Dana, James B. Ed-
monson, Albert C. Furstenberg, Clare
E. Griffin and Edward H. Kraus and
their wives are listed as well as Deans
Alice C. Lloyd and Mortimer E. Cool-
ey.
List Continues
Continuing the list are Col. and
Mrs. John T. Rhett, Capt. and Mrs.
Lyal A. Davidson, U.S.N., Col. and
Mrs. Basil D. Edwards, and, Col.
Joseph A. Bursley. Also included are
Colonels Ivan C. Crawford, Frederick
A. Coller, Peter Field, Alfred H. LQ-
vell, Henry W. Miller, Albert E. White,
and Alfred H. White and their wives;
Lieut. Col. Francis M. Brannan, and
Lieut. Cols. Harrie D. W. Riley, andI

S. Pettyjohn and their wives; Dr.
Frank E. Robbins and Prof. and Mrs.
Fielding H. Yost. Associate Profs.
Robert P. Briggs, Walter J. Emmons,
William D. Revelli and their wives,
and associate Prof. George A. May.
Assistant Profs. Philip E. Bursley
and Herbert O. Crisler and their
wives, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Pollard,
and Assistant Prof. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin W. Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Berridge, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr.
William M. Brace, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin C. Kuenzel, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel W. McAllister, Miss Ethel
A. McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
0. Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
B. Watkins.
Guests Announced
Guests at the ball will include Col.
and Mrs. Frederick C. Rogers, Lieut.
Col. and Mrs. Irl D. Brent, and Majors
R. R. Coursey, and Clyde E. Dougher-
ty and their wives. Lieut. and Mrs.
C. D. Blair, Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Allen,
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Beebe, Mri
and Mrs. William C. Blanchard Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lawrence Coy, Mr..
and Mrs. Elmer Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Jeffrey Sr., and Mrs. Marjorie
F. Kinney.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Kucharski,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd Kuhns, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph J. Matt, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.

Picnic Pla
For Educ
School, F6
All students con
School of Education
critic teachers hav
come to a picnic fi
7 p.m. Saturday at t
Education studen
those in the Literary
those in the Educat
Finkbeiner, '41Ed.,
Student-Faculty Re
tee, said. Picnicker
steps of the Rackht
from there will pro
the large fireplace
leave their lunches.
Each person shou
lunch, but cold drin
the committee. Ba
games will be playE
ball diamond.
This is the third i
to-gethers sponsored
tee on student-facult
education school. T
first two, Miss Fink
the reason for sch
and for inviting th
tion school.
Student member
seniors besides Miss
are Maida Cohen, F
Sally Corcoran, Harr
Jean O'Donnell, C
Irene Johnson, Her
Laura Katzenel.
I nterviewin
Inteeviewing will
p.m. to 5 p.m. today
for women who hav
1941 Sophomore Cab

16 In Union
nned Softball Tournament
Nears Final Drive
ation With 15 Contestants
Nine defaults and six softball games
off leave fifteen campus groups closer
to victory by being placed in the A
nected with the tournament.
, the faculty and Jordan III defaulted to Alpha
e ben invited to Gamma Delta; Martha Cook I to
rom 4:30 p.m. to Pi Beta Phi; Stockwell III to Martha
the Island. Cook II; Chi Omega to Couzens I.
its include both Stockwell I defaulted to Mosher;
Department and Palmer Cooperative to Alpha Delta
ion School, June Pi; Ann Arbor Independents to Alum-
chairman of the nae Cheever; Pi Beta Phi to Delta
lations Commit- Delta Delta; Kappa Kappa Gamma
s will meet on the to the League House group.
am Building and On the active side, Newlerry with
)ceed together -to a score of 20 crushed Phi Sigma
on the Island to Sigma with 1. Sorosis,,10, defeated Al-
pha Omicron Pi, 9. Kappa Delta over-
ld bring his own whelmed Jordan III 5 to 0, while
ks will be sold by Mosher topped Couzens I with a 9-8
seball and other 'score. Couzens II with 18 and Alpha
ed on the island Phi with 13 defeated Kappa Alpha
Theta 6 and Delta Gamma 11 re-
n a series of get-setiey
i by the commit- iseptively.
ty relations of the
'he success of the Dorothy Merki, '42
hbeiner said, was Mad
ieduling another e an

The Phi Delis Hobbled Friday ...
The Phi Delts' Hobo Hobble -was another event which was prominent
on the social calendar (at least, according to the Phi Delts) this weekend.
Personally, we wish there were more parties in the spirit of the Knights of
the Road, because you have to admit it's a heck of a lot of fun dressing
down, instead of dressing up for an evening. It must be the latent tramp in
all of us. Anyway, latent or not, a few of the tramps there were Janice Ben-
son and John Shields, Jane Zimmerman and Chuck Solar, Jean Jewett and,
Peter Smith, and Lila Foster and Lloyd Mowrey.
If it's not too much of a jerk to find yourself being wafted back (now,
there's a corny phrase, if ever we saw one) into the formal mood, we might'
add that perhaps you noticed there was a Mortar and Pestle Ball last Friday.
(If you -didn't, then all that publicity was quite a
waste). A lot of people noticed it and a lot of people
went, too. Clara Johnston and\ Dave Ott, Lucile 0
Lashy and Howard Nunes, Lenore Packer and*
Sydney Aronson and Berna Deane Purgett,and David
Mager all went.
Spring Formals Are On Us ... ~;
With the sun beating down on our shoulder
blades and the perspiration bedewing our brow, we
can well believe that the season for Spring Formals is upon us with a ven-
geance. The Alpha Omicron Pi-ers did the smart thing and got ahead of
those stifling nights we all know and hate so dearly. On the dance floor
and around the dance floor were Betty Prindeville and Chet Weger, Teddy
Maytag and Larry Wick, Pat Patterson and Jimmy Livingston and Laurie
Mathos and Dick Davis.
Jake, The Snake, Died April 29'
Beginning His Most Useful Day

ie entire educa-
s include nine
Finkbeiner. They
Helen Pielemeier,
y Erickson, Mary
harlotte Frazee,
rules Renda and
ig Starts
be held from 3
7 through Friday
ve petitioned for
caret.

i

Dorothy Merki, '42, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the newly cre-
ated House Committee of the League.
This is the last position on the
League Council to be filled and the
committee replaces the Publicity
Committee.
Miss Merki has worked on the
League Style Shows, was chairman
of the ticket committee for JGP and
had a lead in the play. She was also
in Sophomore Cabaret and Fresh-
man Project and was co-chairman
of the decorations committee for
Panhellenic Ball. She is a member
of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.

raywrnr. andi mrs Russel rc
John S. Worley and their wives as IMi.. and Mrs. Laurence B. Radkey,
well as Lieut. Com.ander and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Rigdon Ratliff, Mr. and
Wells L. Field, U.S.N. Mrs. J. B. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Majors John C. Brier, Herbert A. Scheibe, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sey-
Kenyon, Walter E. Lay, Frank A. fried, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wag-
Mickle, Ferdinand N. Menefee, Walter ner, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E.
C. Sadler, Clair Upthegrove and their Wilson.
wives; Lieut. and Mrs. Robie E.
Palmer, U.S.N., and Capts. William
E. Renner, Keith R. R. Huston, Dan
J. Bulmer, Bernard H. Vollrath, Char-
les B. Gordy, T. Hawley Tapping and
their wives; Lieuts. Charles J. Knee-
land and Leonard W. Peterson.
Others Named

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LEAGUE CALENDAR
Tuesday. 4:15 p.m., Panhellenic
Council meeting.
5:00 p.m., Merit System Com-
mittee meeting.
7:30 p.m., Beginning dance class.
8:30 p.m., Advanced dance class.
9:30-10 p.m., Dancing practice
period.
Tues.-Fri., petitioning, Theatre
Arts Committee.
3 p.m.-5 p.m. Interviewing, Soph
Cabaret.
Wednesday, 4-6 p.m., Ruthven
tea,
Thursday, 4:30 p.m. Tutorial
committee meeting.
4:30 p.m. Assembly Board.
Petitioning To Begin
Virginia Appleton, '42, has an-
nounced that petitioning for sub-
chairmanships on the Theatre Arts
Committee will go on this week. The
17 positions which are open are listed
on the bulletin board of the League.

There is no'engraving on the corn-
stalk marking Jake's grave in West
Quadrangle. His memory is fresh
enough so that none is needed.
Ronald Shelters, Grad., staff assis-
tant at Wenley, took his shower lastj
Tuesday night. Generally speaking,
Assistant Shelters doesn't go in for
strenuous calisthenics. Witnesses
maintain, however, that after leaving
the shower and proceeding towards
the hall modestly wrapped in his tow-
el, Shelters suddenly did a reverse flip
and landed in the foot bath. There
was, they add, a four foot blue racer
curled by the door.
That night the Wenley House boys
brought their housemother, Mrs. Eliot
Herdman, a box of candy. She wasn't
in, so they left it on the table. When
some fellows dropped by later they
noticed a box of candy and figured
they'd - well, look at the arrange-
ment, anyhow.
The candy was arranged in a coil,
four feet long, with its head tucked
under its neck.
On her way to breakfast the next

morning Mrs. Herdman, armed only
with her high heels, met a four foot
blue racer on the sidewalk. She bent
calmly, picked it up, and threw it
into the grass.

Lieut. and Mrs. Roland L. Kolb,
Lieut. John A. Lohla, and Lieuts.
Charles M. Davis and Thomas D.
Fitzgerald and their wives. Prof. Carl
G. Brandt, Dr. and Mrs. Louis A. Hop-
kins, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Gram,
Assistant Dean and Mrs. Walter B.
Rea, and Registrar and Mrs. Ira M.
Smith.
Prof. and Mrs. Orlan W. Boston,
Prof. and Mrs. Lous I. Bredvold, Dr.
and Mrs. Warren E. Forsythe, and
Profs. Joseph R. Hayden, Paul A.
Leidy, Arthur D. Moore, and Elmore

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