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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Doodle Dance
Contest Judges
Announced
Winners To Be Revealed Friday
At Dance; All May Contribute
Drawings Until Tomorrow
Those who will judge the uncon-
scious doodles of the campus in order
to name the prize-winning contri-
butions to the Cartoon Contest, spon-
sored by the committee in charge of
the Doodle Dance which will be held
from '9 am to 1l a.m. Friday in the
Union, have been announced by Bill
Harrisoi, AlA, general chairman.
Judges will be Prof. Gardner Ack-
ley, of the economics department,
Prof. Maestro Valerio, of the agricul-
tural college, Prof. Avard Fairbanks,
professor of sculpture and Mr. Leon
Makielski, well-known portrait paint-.
er.
Committee Listed
Students who will serve on the
bench are Emile Gele, '42, managing
editor ofrThe Daily, Jack Grady, '42,
secretary of the Union, Margaret San-
ford, '42, president of the League and
Anton Endres, '41A, chairman of the
Cartoon Contest.
Those who will carefully scrutinize
the meandering sketches have prom-
ised a verdict by 5 p.m. Friday so
that the winners may be announced
at the Dance, which will be held from
9 p.m. to I a.m. Friday in the Union.
The contest is still open to any man,
woman or child student who thinks
perhaps he can doodle tidbits as well
as the next person. Endres says that
any color or color combination and
any media may be used as long as the
finished product is turned in on reg-
ular 8 x 11 notebook size paper.
Crazy Ideas Count
For youse guys that tremble at the
thought of ocmpeting with the Art
School inmates, Endres says emphati-
cally, "Don't be foolish! It isn't the
skill and technique that counts, it's
the idea - the crazier the better."
And furthermore he declared, "If you
can as much as wiggle a pencil on a
telephone pad, you're eligibe to en-
ter and have just as good a chance
to win as the fellas who spent weeks
and their life's blood over a sketch
in the Art School.
Contributions may be presented at
a desk in the lobby of the Archi-
tecture Building and will be accepted
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. today
and tomorrow.
A hundred or more cartoons will
be chosen as representing the height
of doodling perfection and will be
mounted on the walls of the Union
Ballroom for the dance. The class-
room inspirations will be sold at
prices ranging from 50 cents to $1,
according to public recognition.
JGP, Theatre Arts
interviewing To Be
Continued To Friday
Interviewing for central committee
positions for JGP and for Theatre
Arts will continue today from 3 to 5
p.m. until Friday, with Thursday's
period from 5 to 6 p.m.
It is urged that women who have
filed petitions come for interviews
in the earlier part of the week and
avoid last minute confusion. Eligi-
bility cards are required.
Chapter Housei
Activity Notes

Alpha Phi Delta announce the re-
cent pledging of Virginia Gensel,
'43, Detroit, and Barbara Vaughan,
'44, of Melrose, Mass.
Alpha Sigma Phi held an election
Monday, May 5, to select officers for
the first semester of 1941-42. The
following are to be this year's officers:
John Wilkie, '42E, president; John
Averill, '42A, vice-president; Benja-
min Clarke, '44, recording secretary;
Robert Hoffman, '43, corresponding
secretary; William O'Dell, '43, mar-
shal; Richard Wayne, '44, custodian;
Kenneth Nelson, '42E, house manager.
Phi Delta Epsilon will entertain
,parents and alumni with a banquet
at the Union today. Dr. Cohn will be
the speaker.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon elections for
this year's officers were held Mon-
day evening, May 5, and the follow-
ing men were elected: Elliott Bouis,
'42F&C, president; Burt Millard,
'42E, vice-president; Thomas Dal-
rymple, '42, recorder; Arthur Leck-
ner, Jr., '42, .treasurer; Duane Shep-
ard,, '42E, correspondent; Phelps
Hines, '42A, chronicler ; Rodney
Smith, 42E, warden; John Rust, '43A,
herald.
WAA SCHEDULE
Softball schedule: At 5:10 p.m.
today Chi Omega vs. Palmer Co-
operative. At 4:30 p.m. tomorrow
Alpha Gamma Delta ys. Gamma
Phi Beta; Kappa Delta vs. Betsy
Barbour; Jordan III vs. Alpha Ep-
silon Phi; Alpha Omicron Pi vs.
Pi Beta Phi.

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Doodlers' Delights To Adorn Dance.

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Large Shields
Will Decorate
Miami Triad
Fraternities To Feature Songs;
Tommy Marvin's Orchestra
Will Provide Music For Dance
Large shields upon which are the
coats of arms of Beta Theta Pi, Phi
Delta Theta, and Sigma Chi, will
adorn the walls of the league Ball-
-oom as decorations for the Miami
Triad to be held from 9:30 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday.I
During the evening each of the
houses will sing its fraternity song.
Sigma Chi plans to sing their "Sweet-
heart Song," Beta Theta Pi will sing
"The Loving Cup," and Phi Delta
Theta members will present "Phi

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New Advisers
To Hold Mass
Meeting Today
Freshman orientation advisers for
next fall will hold a mass meeting
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League at 4:30 p.m. today. Printed
pamphlets of instruction in orienta-
ftion are to be handed out at this
time, and other plans for next year's
activities will be announced.
Sept. 21 is the date set for the
meeting of the advisers when they will
gather at the League during the
afternoon to discuss their future ac-
tivities. Next fall, after their first
meeting of the school year, dinner
will be served at 6:15 p.m. in the
League for the orientation counselors.
Prof. Philip Bursley will speak to
the advisers and their assistants con-
cerning their new work at today's
meeting. Attendance is compulsory
for all those who have been accepted
to fill positions during the orientation
period in the fall, and all absentees
will automatically be dropped from
the lists.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Delta Theta, We Love You."
The Triad is a celebration of the
founding of the three fraternities at
Miami University, and was revived
last year to become once again an
annual affair on campus. The dance
is an outstanding event of 'the year
on most campuses where there are
chapters of these fraternities.
Tommy Marvin, whose orchestral
will furnish the music for the affair,
has just recently returned from a
hotel engagement in Washington,
D..C., broadcasting over an NBC net-
work. He and his orchestra have
been featured at Westwood Gardens,
Eastwood Gardens, Grande Ballroom
and many fraternity and sorority
parties, and are now playing at the
Graystone Ballroom in Detroit.

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of the lecture to be given by Dr. Sig-
erist on "The History of Medicine,"
in the Dental School Amphitheatre,
this evening.
Alpha Phi Omega will hold a closed
meeting tonight at 8:00 in the Union.
Pledges meet at 7:30.
All Male Students of Sophomore,
Junior and Senior Classes and Grad-
uate Students interested in opportun-
ities offered by the Navy to enable
them to complete their college work
or to perform their National Military
service in the Naval Establishment
may hear an address by Captain W.
F. Amesden, U.S. Navy, Director of
Naval Reserves, Ninth Naval Dis-
trict delivered at 4:00 p.m. today in
the Rackham Lecture Hall.
A Board of Naval Officers to de-
termine physical fitness and to re-
ceive applications will convene at
Headquarters of the Naval ROTC,
North Hall on Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, May 15, 16 and 17.
The Flying Club will meet tonight
at 7:30 in Room 1042 in the East
Engineering Building. New officers
for the '41-'42 school year will be
elected. Plans will be made for the
purchase of a club automobile, and
arrangements made for holding a
practice meet prior to the National
Meet in June.
Carillon Programs: The bell cham-
ber of the Burton Memorial Tower
will be open to visitors interested in
observing the playing of the carillon
from 12 noon to 12:15 p.m. today,
at which time Prof. Percival Price,
University Carillonneur, will present
an informal program.
Hobby House meeting today at 3:15
p.m. in the white field house on Pal-
mer Field. All women students in-
terested invwood burning and leather
tooling are invited.

Committee will meet tonight at 9:00
at the Katherine Pickerill House. It
is important that all of the coopera-
tive houses send delegates.
All Episcopal Students: There will
be a ;celebration of the Holy Com-
munion in the Bishop Williams Mem-
orial Chapel today, at 7:30 a.m.
All women interested in living in a
cooperative next semester, please
come to 328 East Huron tonight at
8:00. There will be interviewing at
that time.
Will the members of the Women's
Intercooperative Council please come
at, 7:00 p.m. for a short meeting be-
fore interviewing.
Coming Events
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual Initiation
will be held in the Michigan Lea-
gue Chapel, Thursday, May 15, at
4:15 p.m. Professor H. A. Kenyon will
address the initiates. All new mem-
bers are expected to attend.
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual Initia-
tion Banquet of the Michigan Chap-
ter will be held at the Michigan Un-
ion, Friday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m.
Professor Edward S. Corwin of
Princeton University will be the
speaker. Reservations should be made
with the Secretary, Hazel M. Losh,
Observatory, before Thursday p.m.
Members of other Chapters are cord-
ially invited.
Women Transfer Orientation Ad-
visors for next fall: Meeting at
League Thursday, May 15, at 5:00
p.m. Room will be posted. Names
to be dropped from list if advisors
have not seen me about being ex-
cused. Professor P. E. Bursley will
speak promptly at 5:00.
University High School Open
House, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday May
16. Regular classes will be held in
each department from 7:30 to 8:10.
These will be followed by a pupil
conducted assembly, and a general
reception. The public is invited.

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University News Service Gets
Your Name Before The Public

By KAY RUDDY ( if his picture is in the 'Ensian, to
Did you know that every move his home paper. The Service takes
you make is watched? Have you charge, even, of having cuts and mats
suspected that sleuths, figuratively of the pictures made and sending
speaking, are on your trail, day and them, too.
night, tracing your every action. "Close to 10,000 items per year are
Sounds kind of like the Hermit, sent to local papers," said John M.
doesn't it? Well, it's not quite as bad Trytten, assistant at the News Serv-
as that, but the University News ice, "and almost all of them are used.
Service is the organization that you We expect to go even higher this year
can hold accountable for all (well- in the number of notices sent out."
almost all) the stories about you that Now, when you see that old John
trickle back home. Henry that makes your heart beat
You've probably often wondered high like nothing else in this world
how that little item about your be- (your name, in case you've forgotten)
ing Chairman in Charge of Floor you know that you can credit the
Wax, on the Soph Cabaret ever got by-line to the University News Serv-
into the Hangnail, Ariz. Daily Blast. ice.
Now you know, and you can attribute
your publicity and subsequent suc-
cess in life exclusively to the Newse
Service. The Service keeps track of
every student in the University W lBJ
through The Daily. A record is made
of all elections to class offices and
committees, of all pledgings and ini-ao
tiations, and of every kind of recog- 0 a
nition which a student may get. The
item is sent to the home town paper Mrs. Virginia Harryman of Wil-
of the student, and, in addition, to liams House and Mrs. Eugene Giard
all the area papers which may re- of Lloyd House, succeeded during the
quest it. second hour by Margaret Sanford,
'42, and Virginia Lee Hardy, '41Ed.,
The biggest job of the year comes will pour for the student tea at the
at graduation time. Photos from the Ruthven home between 4 p.m. and
'Ensian, along with names, degrees 6 p.m. today.
received and activities participated in Campus groups to whom special
are sent of every graduate, that is, invitations have been issued are Beta
Kappa Rho, Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa
anceC m itteTau, Gamma Phi Beta, Williams
}House, Wenley House, Sphinx, Wy-
Interviews Continue rven, League Council of '41 and
League Council of '42.
Interviewing for the League dance Mary Eleanor Brown, '43, assisted
committee will continue today from by Nancy Gray, '43, is in charge of
3 p.m. to 5 p.m., Betty Johnson, '42, arrangements. Members of the
dance chairman, announced. League Social Committee who will
Members of the dance committee also assist are Margaret Ihling, '43,
assist with the beginners' and inter- Jean L'Hommedieu, '42, Charlotte
mediate dance classes which are held Noble, '43, Shirley Lay, '42, Irene
each semester at the League. Ferguson, '42, Elaine Richert, '43,
Positions on the committee are Marjorie Smith, '43, Jean Eliott, '42,
not limited to any one class, but are Joan Clement, '43, and Mary McGill,
open to all eligible women. F '44.
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Presbyterian GuildI
Announced Annual
Spring Dinner Dance
The First Presbyterian Guild will
hold its annual spring formal on Fri-
day, May 16, from seven to twelve.
The affair will be given in the West-
minister Building and there will be
a dinner beforehand in the church.
Grant Whipple, '42E, is general
chairman for the dance. He will be
assisted by Robert Beals, '41E, pub-
licity chairman; Marguerite Jeffers,
'44, chairman of programs; Avis
Rowe, '43, chairman of decorations;
Jack Weigel, '41E, in charge of the
dinper; and Donald Beall, '43A, in
charge of reservations. Reservations,
which must be in today, can be made
by calling 24466.

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Mr. and Mrs. Levi Fossum of Havre,
Mont., announce the engagement of
their daughter, Gwendolyn Lucile,
'40SM, to Richard Olan Byers, '42BA,
of Rochester, N.Y. Mr. Byers is the
son of Mrs. Duane O. Byers and the
late Mr. Byers. The wedding date of
the couple has been set for May 29.
Miss Fossum was president of Mu
Phi Epsilon and a member of Choral
Union.
The engagement of Miss Marjorie
McCoy, '42, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul McCoy, Ann Arbor, to Norman
Baker, '40, College of Pharmacy, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Baker of
Wayne, was announced at a dinner
party at Kappa Delta house, May 11.
Miss McCoy is affiliated with Kap-
pa Delta.
Mrs. Augusta Shores of St. Paul,
Minn., announces the marriage of
her daughter Marjory, '42, to Daniel
Freeman, also of St. Paul, on May 6.

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