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IAY, MA ,41. THE MICHI GAi DAILY
23rd Annual Military Ball Wil e Pac n

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Demonstration Committee To Head ROTC Affair

Of Martial Skill
Will Be Given
Scabbard And BladeTo Form
Arch With Sabers After Events;
Isham Jones To Furnish Music
Soldiers of the central committee
for the Military Ball to be held from
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. today in the Union
Ballroom have announced the civil-
ians with whom they are to turn
eyes front.
James F. Kuhns, general chairman
of the dance, has invited Mary Ellen
Everett, of Greensburg, Pa., to lead
the ball with him, and William C.
Blanchard, "41E, publicity chairman,
has invited Mary Lou Reed, '43.
Lt. L. W. Peterson, of the Military
Science department, faculty adviser
to the committee, will attend with
Shirley Ann Roberts, '41, and Ruth
Pennanen, '41, will attend with
Charles F. Payton, '42M, who is in
charge of the music.
Elmer P. Foster '41E, entertain-
ment chairman, will escort June Du-
roux, Grad., and Irl D'Arcy Brent, II,
'42, BAd., treasurer and ticket chair-
man, will be the escort of Margaret
Dodge, '42. Douglas C. Jeffrey, Jr.,
'41E, programs and favors chairman,
will attend with Virginia Ringchrist,
'41, and John R. Scheibe, '42M, of
the publicity committee, has invited
Marion Tecklu, '42.
Maxine D'Anjou, of Ann Arbor,
will be the guest of Thaddeus W. Ku-
charski, '42E, decorations chairman
and June Wakeman, of Niagara Falls,
will be the guest of Joseph J. Matt,
'42E, committee secretary. Robert
B. Radkey, '42E, of the invitations
committee, will attend with Marjorie
Allen, '43, and Lindley M. Dean,
Spec.Lit., in charge of patrons and
gests, will attend with Mrs. Dean.
Isham Jones, band leader and com-
poser, and his orchestra, will furnish
the music for this affair, which is the
23rd annual Military Ball.
During intermission, the Drum and
Bugle Corps and the Drill team will
demonstrate all important military
precision against an elaborate martial
.background.
Junior initiates of Scabbard and
Blade, military honor society, will
form the traditional saber arch fol-
lowing these events.
Formal Festivities
Will BedSponsored
By Campus Groups
Only three fraternities and sorori-
ties are brave enough tonight to com-
pete with the Military Ball Committee
in holding formals. They are Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Gamma Phi Beta, and
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
There will be a spring formal at
the Delta Kappa Epsilon House to-'
night from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., with Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. DuCharme and Mr.
and Mrs. C/B. Greening as chaperons.
A dinner dance from 7:30 p.m. until;
1 a.m. at Barton Hills Country Club.
is the order of the night for Gamma
Phi Beta. Attending as chaperons
are Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wessinger and
Dr.,and Mrs. George Hammond.
Sigma Phi Epsilon will hold .its
Spring formal dinner dance tonight
from 8:15 p.m. until 1 a.m. with din-
ner at the Allenel Hotel and dancing
at the Washtenaw Country Club.I

Doodle Dance
Bid Sale Opens
Tomorrow
Larry Douglas' Band To Play

At Artists' Jamboree
Cartoons To Adorn

Friday;
Ballroom

Standing, left to right: Elmer P. Foster, John Scheibe, Charles
Payton, Thaddeus Kucharski, Robert Radkey, Lindley Dean, William
Blanchard. Seated, left to right:, Douglas Jeffrey, Jr., Lt. L. W. Peter-
son, James F. Kuhns, Irl Brent II, Joseph J. Matt.

Mrs.

Roosevelt Suggests Plan
For Women's Defense Service

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By RHODA LESHINE velt terms important why women
"Granted that a year of service for should give a year of service to our
boys is finally satisfactorily adjust- country is that through so many years
we have been constantly increasing
ed, I personally hope that a year of our placid acceptance of what the
compulsory service will also be con- men in our country have provided
sidered for girls," writes Mrs. Eleanor F in participation in government and
Roosevelt in an article on defense in their defense of us in wars.
the current issue of the Ladies' Home Intolerance Is A Threat
Journal. Mrs. Roosevelt feels that intoler-
The President's wife explains that ance stands as a threat to the preser-
she thinks of women serving )heir vation of our democracy and that the
year for the benefit of the Govern- elimination of this threat requires
ment, for the most part, in their own a continuous battle on our part. All
communities. "For instance," she intolerance is based on fear, and fear
says, "they could obtain training in is usually a lack of understanding."
a local hospital during part of the Mrs. Roosevelt emphasizes, "today
year - the girl would be getting I am not discussing what I consider
something which would be valuable home defense for an emergency per-
to her own life . . . and the hospital iod. I am writing of what I consider
would be better able to meet the participation in home defense should
needs of the community."I be as we look at the future. It should
.nC.u sinclude training for our girls, and a
Traiing Courses Suggested thorough understanding on their part
Highly efficient courses i.n home of democracy as a way of life."
economics, farm-management in rur-o
al schools, and the offering of :ne--
chanical training in resident centers Sophomore Cabaret
are suggested by her as beneficial in
the present in this time of crisis. Interviews To End
Says Mrs. Roosevelt, "Thomas Jef- Interviewing for Sophomore Caba-
fersen himself believed in a com-
pulsory school law. We have accepted . t fli t
that compulsion as an ideal ever final opportunity between 3 p.m.'
since the public-school system was and 5 p.m. Freshmen who have
originally established. In fact, the filed petitions for central committee
idea that education belonged solely to po:iiticns should bring eligibility
the privileged class is on of the be- cards, and be prepared to elaborate

Tickets for the Doodle Dance, art-
'sts' informal jamboree, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May
16, in the Union, will be on general
sale tomorrow at desks at the Union1
and lobby of the Architectural Build-
ing, Phelps Hines, '42A, tickets chair-j
man, announced.
Large and novel, these souvenirl
tickets are made from special hand-I
carved wood-block prints by experts
n the Art School. They are priced
it $1 and will be on sale to any stu-'
tent throughout next week.
Larry Douglas and his 10 piece
aegro band will make his initial ap-
earance at the Union to furnish mu-
sic for the affair while the doodlersC
loodle and dance. Charles Shaw, '41,
-Jaims "It's the best band that has
ayed for an Art School dance since
1930."
Drawings To Adorn Walls
Modernistic drawings, weird ab-
Atractions, caricatures and other pro-
ducts of illusion will be chosen from
campus contributions to adorn the
ballroom walls.
Any student may submit his doodle
brain child in the Cartoon Contest,
sponsored by the central committee in
charge of the dance. Sketches : nust
be made on 8 x 11 sized sheets while
any media or any color or combina-
tion of colors may be used.
Contestants may submit cartoons
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. today and
betwen 9 a.m. and noon tomorrow,
and next week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, at the
desk in the lobby of the Architectural
Building.

League Plans
Enlargement
Of Publication
Plans for a League paper, an en-
largement of the regular league bul-
letin, "What's Up," have been an-
nounced by Jeanne Crump, '42, editor.
Consisting of four pages, approxi-
mately magazine size, the paper will
be principally to cover League activi-
ties, acquainting freshmen with the
rules of activity, eligibility, and peti-E
toning before the confusion of last
minute applications. All activities ofj
tle League will be covered by the
monthly paper, with features, edi-
torials and drawings included.
The necessity for a paper announc-
ing petitioning and explaining the
nature of petitions to eligible women
has been felt in the League, and p%.:is
for a regular paper have been brought
up before. This is the first time,
however, that they have been organ-
ized for active application.
House rules, such as sign-out slips,
will be explained, and all other regu-
lations pertaining to women students,
with emphasis on new ones.
Dorothy Merki, '42, with Miss
Crump, will be concerned with the
paper in connection with the new
House Chairmanship committee. A
regular staff of reporters will be re-
sponsible for material.
All those interested in working on
the paper should come to a meeting
next week, time to be announced later.
Petitions For JGP
Central Committee
Are Due Tomorrow
Petitions for JGP central commit'-
tee positions and Theatre-Arts chair-
manships must be in by tomorrow
noon. Interviewing will take place

In addition to the program of group the house
nging on Lantern Night, May 19, the final score
VAA participation cup will be award- The seaso
d, as is traditional, to the sorority from April t
'ouse, dormitory, or league house mented. Als<
-one which has the highest average have taken
)f participation in the various tourn- or tourname
aments and clubs. League at t
To arrive at this participation av- are consider(
grage, Janet Lewin, '43, awards man- ments are m
ager explains that the number of wo- The sports
men in the house is divided into the participate v
umber of women w1io participate in cup are: ba
;ports during the year. This gives the ball, fencing
xercentage of the women who have golf,' rifle,
aken part. Then thatsame percent- hockey, ten:
lge cf the total number of points that and archery
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WAA To Present Activity Cup

GIVEDAN IEL RE N
Feet look their preliest in Dnid
Green slippers. And foef ther
youngest! Give Mother a p'ir of
these dainty slippers. We ha".,e
them in just the colors she loves to
wear. Come in and see them.
BROOKINS SmrSA
First National Building
108 East Washington Phone 2-2685

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Prizes Will Be Given next week.t
First, and second prizes of $5 and Among the positions available on
$3 respectively and two consolation JGP for eligible sophomore women
prizes of $1 each will be awarded at are general chairman, patrons chair-
the dance. Winners of the all-campus man, committee heads for tickets, fi-
contest will have their inspirations nance, programs, make-up, dance,
sold at prices ranging from 50 cents music, props, ushers and scenery.
to three dollars. Sixteen chairmanships are open in
Additional information may be ob- the Theatre-Arts field, with as many
tained by calling at the information assistantships. In addition there will
desk in the lobby of the Architec- be a new position of Junior Assis-
tural Building. tant available to a sophomore woman.

liefs which democracy has attempted
to destroy.
Vote Should Be Taken
If we compel our children, for their
own good, to go to school, I see noth-
ing undemocratic in giving the peo-
ple of the country an opportunity to
decide at the polls whether they be-
lieve a year's service at a given age
for the boys and girls of the nation
would be of value to them as individ-
uals and to the nation as a whole."
Women should be placed on exact-
ly the same footing as men, and they
should be given the same subsisitence
and the same wage, she proposes.
Another reason which Mrs. Roose-}

on original ideas for a central
theme.
Co-ops To Interview

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All students interested in living in
one of the men's cooperative houses
next semester can be interviewed at
1:30 p.m. tomorrow in Room 302 of
the Union, David Zaron, '42, tem-
porary chairman of the Intercoopera-
tive Personnel Committee, announced
yesterday.
There are now nine men's coopera-
tive houses on campus, and room and
board rates range from two to five
dollars per week.

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Would you like a spring dress for $10.00, a suit at 1/2
price, a c'oat for $6.95 or $12.95? Of course you would!
This unusual sale offers you just that. Do come before'
the crowd so that we can show you the entire and most
choice selection. Yes, you'll find both misses' and
women's sizes!

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Wools, crepes in print and plain colors.

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