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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1541

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Dance To Have
Novel Tickets
And Programs
Cover Of Souvenir To Possess
Wood Block Print; Doodle
Affair Will Be Tomorrow
Accentuating the theme already
keynoted by the novelty of the tick-
ets 'to the Doodle Dance, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the
Union, will be the corresponding
novelty of the dance programs, Jean
Ranahan, 43, programs chairman,
announced.
Souvenir programs possess a wood
block print on the cover which John
Rust, '43, designer, describes as a
"Grecian statue on a semi-abstract
background." They will consist of
four pages on which will be listed
the artists contributing to the art
exhibition.
Art Show Judges
Already hard at work are the judg-
es, busily accepting and refusing con-
tributions from architectural college
students for the art gallery. On the
bench are Prof. Maestro Valerio, of
the architectural college, Prof. Don-
ald Gooch decorative design, and
Prof. Roger Bailey, of the architec-
tural college.
Students serving on the committee
are John Rust, '43A, chairman of the
art show, Phelps Hines, '42A, tickets
chairman, Deena Bieber, '43A, decora-
tions chairman and Bill Harrison,
'41A, general chairman of the Doodle
Dance.
To Decorate Ballroom
Those contributions deemed worthy
of exhibition will line the walls of
the Union Ballroom for the dance.
According to public recognition of
their talent, artists may receive from
50 cents to $1 in exchange for their
painting or piece of sculpture.-
Absent-minded doodles, to be
awarded prizes of $5, $3, and $1 dur-
ing the dance, will be placed at in-
tervals throughout the displayed art
work.
Doodle cartoons may still be sub-
mitted to the contest, by turning them
in on regular 8 x 11 notebook size
sheets at a desk in the lobby of the.
Architectural Building. The contest
will close at 5 p.m. today, Anton En-
dres, '41A, chairman of the Cartoon
Contest, announced.
League Notes
There will be a meeting of
Transfer Orientation Advisers for
next year, at 5 p.m. today in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League,
Margaret Gardner, '42, chairman,
announced. Attendance is compul-
sory and all absentees will have
their names dropped from the list
of advisors. Final instructions will
be given at the meeting and Prof.
P. E. Bursley will speak.
All women who wish to be tu-
tored in any subject should make
arrangements concerning this by
6 p.m. Friday, May 23. Anyone
intending to do so may call Betty
Bailie, '42, or Miss Ethel McCor-.
mick's office at the League. No
arrangements will be made after
May 23.
Meeting To Be Today
For Alumnae Nures
The Alumnae' Association of the
University School of Nursing will hold
its May meeting today at 8 p.m. in
the Alumnae Room in Couzens Hall.
Mrs. Preston Slosson, who will be;
the guest for the evening, will show
the group pictures of a recent west-

ern trip.

Alumnae Qroup Plans To Build
Women's New Cooperative Unit

* *

Henderson House, latest project of
the Alumnae Council of the Michi-
gan Alumni Association, will be vir-
tually a dream come true if plans
for construction of the building begin
this summer as expected.
The house will function as a wom-
en's cooperative unit under the di-
rection of the Alumnae Council,
through whose efforts the present
Alumnae House was obtained, the
Michigan League built, and several
fellowships and scholarships begun
for women.
The House will be located, accord-
ing to a designation by the Univer-
sity, on Observatory Street on the
hill between Mosher Hall and the
Observatory, overlooking Palmer
Field.
Groups Raise Funds
Funds for the construction of the
house are being raised by approxi-
mately 50 alumnae groups under the
auspices of the Alumnae Council. At
present the Detroif group is spon-
soring a ticket sale on chances for
a $500 trip for two to Guatemala,
Central America, while the Ann Ar-
bor group is selling blue and gold
playing cards marked with line
drawings of the League and Union
as well as billfolds in three styles.
Chance tickets are selling for 25c,
the cards at $1.00 for a double deck,
and the billfolds at 75c and $1.00
depending upon the material. All
may be obtained in the Alumnae Of-
fice of the League. Other groups
have sponsored style shows, card
parties and lectures; one unit has
run a series of children's plays. Last
year the local group sponsored the
"Information Please" program for
the entire campus.
Money By June
According to Mrs. Beach Conger,
executive secretary of the Council,
it is expected that the $40,000 nec-
essary to build the house will be on
deposit with the University by June
so that construction can be begun
Palmer Field To Be
Scene Of Campus
Archery Tourney
An all-campus tournament in arch-
ery will be held all day both today
and tomorrow at Palmer Field. Any-
one who is interested in shooting is
urged to come out, announced Elean-
or Gray. '43, archery manager.
Someone will be on the field to
supervise the tournament both days,
and entrants may come out at any
time. The Columbia round will be
shot, Miss Gray added.
At 4:15 p.m. today, the Archery
Club will meet while the tournament
is on, at Palmer Field.

during the summer. Funds to fur-
nish the house have yet to be raised.
Henderson House is expected to
accommodate about twenty or twen-
ty-five women who will be selected
by a policy committee in conjunction
with the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en. Women must be of high aca-
demic standing, in need of funds, in-
terested in cooperative living, and
physically and emotionally stable to
qualify for residence.
Members of the Building Commit-
tee include Mrs. William Walz, Mrs.
Ruth Richardson, Mrs. Griffith
Hays, Mrs. James Kennedy, Mrs.
Eugene Power, Mrs. Clarence Skin-
ner, Mrs. Irene Johnson, Mrs. Con-
ger, and Mrs. Fred Coller, all of Ann
Arbor.
Scroll Society
H olds Survey
Purpose Is To Tabulate Senior
Women's 1941-42 Addresses
All senior women in the University
who are living in League Houses or
private homes are asked to call at the;
Undergraduate Office of the League
for questionnaires to be filled out for
Scroll Society's senior survey.

Three Judges'
To Be Present
At Horseshow
First Prize Winners To Receive
Horse Statuettes; Second, Third
Place Winners To Get Ribbons
Judges who will be responsible for
the presentation of first, second and
third class ribbons to riders in Crop
and Saddle's annual horseshow to
be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, have
been announced by Mary Hayden, '42,
president.
Dean Lloyd Woodburne, Dr. James
D. Bruce and Mrs. John Alexander
will judge the entries as to horse-
manship perfection and present the
awards accordingly.
Transportation Gratis
Free transportation to the stables
will be afforded both spectators and
riders who are to meet between 1:30
p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Engineering Arch.
In addition to the high school
classes, Crop and Saddle and Boot
and Spur closed classes, University
women's open, University men's open,
there will be an open jumping event,
Miss Hayden announced.
Those men and women students
still interested in entering the horse-
manship open classes or the jumping
class are urged to call 22202, Miss
Hayden said.
nTo Award Trophies
First, second and third place rib-
bons will be awarded in each class
while first prize winners will also
receive statuettes of horses. Boot and
Spur, University men's riding club,
will present the member of Crop
and Saddle judged the best rider with
a trophy which will be handed on
each year. Another trophy will be
given the person winning first place
distinction in the open jumping class.
In case of rain, Miss Hayden said,
the show will be held in the indoor
corral.
All-Campus Square
Dance To Be Held
At WAB Saturday
Informality will be the keynote of
the first all-campus square dance
sponsored by WAA, Cooperative
Houses and campus clubs to be held

By KAY RUDDY
It isn't just another "cause." And
it isn't another plea for charity.
But it is asking you to be a good
sport and have a good time where it
will do others the most good.
The Scholarship dance, sponsored
by the'Student Senate, is your chance
to give someone else a lot of happiness
with your dancing - and you don't
have to be a Fred Astaire to do it
either.
Porfits of the dance are put into
a fund to assist needy students -
students who must have your help to
stay in school, and who deserve your
help because they already have done
everything possible to help them-
selves.
Mr. X is a good example of the
kind of student we're talking about.
He is a sophomore in the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts, and
he has maintained during two years
of college, a scholastic average of
better than 3.5. He has been entirely
self-supporting during this two-year
period, working successfully as a truck
driver, NYA student, waiter, relief
cook, and finally second cook at the
Health Service. During the past,year
it has been necessary for him to re-
main out of school in order to pay
the expenses of a serious surgical
operation. The annual income of the
Vkeddingas
Sand ,e
Engagements
Mrs. George Notley of Ann Arbor
has announced the engagement of her
daughter, Elizabeth Day, '39, to Ray-
mond Lincoln Frederick, Jr., of Aud-
obon, N. J., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.;
Frederick of Oak Park, Ill.
Miss Notley was president of Ann
Arbor Independents, assistant chair-
man of Assembly Banquet, and chair-
man of the first of a series of an-
nual benefit carnivals for Chinese
Relief funds held in the summer ses-
sion.
Mr. Frederick, '40BA, was affiliated
with Alpha Kappa Lambda and
worked on the staff of The Daily
for three years, serving as accounts
manager in 1938-39.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Tracy of
Ann Arbor have announced the mar-
riage of their niece, Dr. Mary Tracy
Arnold, '37M, to Lt. Carl M. Poling
of the United States Infantry. Mrs.
Poling is a member of Alpha Epsilon.
Iota.

Here's A Chance To Do Your Bit--
Go To Senate Scholarship Dance

family and the other dependents who
must be taken care of make it im-
possible for him to expect any assis-
tance whatever from home.
That's his story, and it speaks for
itself. Your ticket will speak, it-
self, of your willingness to help him
and others like him. You can get it
for $1.00 at the Union desk or from
aiy Senate member.
Argyle Socks,
Pastel Jerk ins
Easy oMake
Have you been eating your heart
out for a pair of argyles, but haven't
been able to buy them because your
allowance just won't stretch that far,
despite all your manipulating? Well,
why not initiate yourself into the in-
tricacies of argyle-knitting? Hard to
make? No-it just looks hard. What
fun they are and your friends will
be astounded at your cleverness. It
will be hard to convince them "there's
nothing to it."
If you're not in the sock market,
why not try your luck at a jerkin.
These new pastel jerkins are even
simpler to make than socks for they
are almost straight knitting, Jerk-
ins are stunning in all colors, but
pinks, blues and pale greens are
especially appropriate for this time
of year.
And if you really feel ambitious,
knit a jerkin and argyles with either
the background or a block the color
of your jerkin.
p.s. Instructions are FREE with the
wool!

Senior Society
To Hold Picnic,
5 P.M .Today
Group To Play Baseball, Eft
At Island; Last Year Members
Will Be Guests Of New Initiates
Both old and new Senior Society,
women's honorary group, members
will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
League and troop en masse to the
Island where they will hold their last
,neeting of the year at a picnic.
Last year's members will be the
guests of this year's members, who
have been recently tapped. The com-
mittee working on the picnic consists
of: Rosebud Scott, '42, president of
the society; Pearl Brown, '42, treas-
urer of the group; Margaret Sanford,
'42, new League president; Emilie
Root, '42, vice-president of Assem-
bly. Also included are Elizabeth
Luckham, '4, orientation adviser of
the League, Donna Baisch, '42SM,
secretary of the group, and Jean
Krise, '42, vice-president of Senior
Society.
Newly initiated members of Senior
Society who will attend are: Emily
Root, Dorothy Anderson, '42, Jean
Hubbard, '42, Donna Baisch, Miss
Sanford, Mary Vi ginia Mitchell, '42,
Rosebud Scott, Elizabeth Walker, '42,
Mildred Curtis, '42, Margaret Polum-
baum, '42, Rhoda Leshine, '42, Jean
Krise, Pearl Brown, Doris Cuthbert,
'42, and Elizabeth Luckham.

NEVER ENOUGH Gibbs
secretaries with college
background to meet the
demand! Send for cata-
logue describir'g Special
Courses for College
Women.

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The purpose of the survey, said from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday
Pedo Ortmayer, '41, president of at the WAB.t v h
Scroll, is to find out the addresses If good weather prevails, the affair
of senior women for next year, in will be given on the lawn adjoining
the concrete tennis courts at Palmer
the interests of promoting closer' Field. Otherwise the dance will be
alumnae relations. held inside the WAB. Students are
Results of the survey will be tab- urged to come in pairs, alone, or in
ulated and made available to all sen- groups, and women will keep the
iors, so that they may find out what informality in sweaters and saddle
Michigan alumnae will be living in shoes.
the same towns. Also those towns The committee in charge of the
in which there are organized alum- dancing is Herman Fishman, Grad.,
nae groups will be named, along with Hercules Renda, '41, Nancy Bercaw,
the membership chairman, Mrs. Lu- '43, and Gertrude Inwood, '43. The
cille B. Conger, alumnae adviser, add- price for the affair is 10 cents per
ed. person, and cokes will be available.
All questionnairs should be turned Instrumental music will be provided
in to the box in the Undergraduate for the dancing, announced the com-

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