TUESDAY, MARCI 4, 1941
T H E M IClHIG AN . DILY
League, Judiciary Councils
Will Be Open
Helen Kressbach Is Chosen Head
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Officers And Committee Heads
Will Be Selected; Also, Three
Members Of Judiciary Council
Petitioning for positions on thel
League Council and the Juidiciary l
Council will begin today and continue
through Saturday in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League. Interview-
ing of those who have petitioned will
take place March 11 to 14.,
Positions open in League work for
next year include the officerships:
president, secretary and treasurer,
whose duties include those of chief
executive, correspondence work and
the handling of the Council funds
respectively;. and two vice-presiden-
cies of the tutorial system and, orien-
tation. The duties of these offices in-
lude the management of the group I
acting as tutors to students desiring
help with their class work, and the
running of the fall and winter orien-
tation programs for freshmen and
In addition, five committee chair-
manships will be open; of the social
committee which handles such func-
tions as the Ruthven teas and style
shows; the Theatre-Arts Committee
in charge- of the productions of the
Children's Theatre; the dance class
committee which handles the begin-
ning and advanced ballroom classes3
each semester; the candy booth com-
mittee which runs the dormitory and
University Hall sales booths; and she
merit system committee in charge of
the tabulation of League points for
women working in the system.
Three members of the 1941-42 Ju-
diciary Council will be selected from
among the petitioners. Sophomores
may petition for the two junior po-
sitions while juniors may petition for
the single senior job. The positions
of Judiciary Council president, wo-
men's editor of The Daily, Assembly
president, Pan-Hellenic president,
WAA representative and publicity
chairman will be chosen later.
C O l continued from Page ) of Washington, D.C., affiliated with
Alpha Epsilon Phi, will play the
Helen Kressbach, of Helen New- added to the list this year. The Ball Freshman Project will be selected at t Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dorothy Night Club Dancer. Hat check girls
b rry -Residence, was awarded the chairmanship awarded to Morrow the first meeting of the central com A Turner, of Iron Mountain, who willg
gcneral chairmanship of the annual Weber of Kappa Alpha Theta, has nittee and will be announced at a py AjlxbeorkeotoTornesofBuffalo
Freshman Project to be held April been created to supervise selection later date. Last year's Freshman Pro- ject here, and spent her sophomore Wyo.,. member of Kappa Alpha The-
25, in the League, Doris Merker, '41, of an orchestra for the Project, io ject was named "Heavenly Daze" and year at the University of California. ta, and Bonnie Lowden, of Jackson,
president of the Judiciary Council re- pick the music for song numbers, and Grace Proctor was the general chair- Fatsy he, Universto alf . tal anlitd Bonie Koppn Kofp Jakso
F NancyDrew, of 'Evanston, Ill, will affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gamma.r
vealed yesterday. dance music for the floor show. The man. The decorations and theme cen- play the role of Charissa. Miss Drew To 'Patronize Night Club
Betty Harvey, of Alpha Epsilon Phi, I other new office is the program tered around campus life. 3trnsferred here her sophomore year Night Club Patrons will be June
will head the decorations committee, chairmanship. The designing and or- Members of the various committees l from Lasalle Junior College and is Beneder, of Wauwatosa, Wis., who is
and Mildred Ofto, newly-elect pres- dering of programs will be the duty for the Project will be announced in -vice-president of Pi Beta Phi. a member of Delta Gamma, and
ident of Jordan Hall, has been named of a committee headed by June Gus- The Daily as soon as they are named playing the role of the Shek will Mary Lee Wagner, of Grand Rapids,
publicity chairman. tafson, of Gamma Phi Beta. by the committee heads. Any eligible Plaingtherobe Edith Longyear, of Grand Rapids.Celia Pearce, of Lake Linden, who is
Lewis, Bales Win Posts Theme To Be Named freshman woman may serve on the b it Longyear of Gr R hea ere, of ake Kinen whomis
Patty Lewis, of Collegiate Sorosis The theme and name of this year s committees. business staff of the Gargoyle, and will be a singer for Hippolia. Anna
and Betty Heidbreder, of Phi Beta ..is affiliated with Delta Delta Delta.;Jean Williams, of Chi Omega, and
Phi, head the tickets and patrons Kay Ruddy To Be Bonny Laury Evelyn Spamer, of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
ccmmittees respectively; while DoIo- Castor will be played by Eleanor will be satyrs.
the fiae ommttee. wfl head llt lNeubert, of Amsterdam, NY., while Members of the Athenian Society
h inn mm e.Bonny Laury will be played by Kay of Bird Women are Jean Funkhauser,
Jean Whittemore, of Delta Delta Ruddy, of Highland Park.Miss of Dayton, 0., Betty Fariss, of San
Delta, will be the Project's costumes Ruddy transferred her k thissyear Doustan, Tex.; Virginia Appleton, of
chairman, Helen Eckerman, of Alpha; 1u from Highland Park Junior College, Cleveland, T.; Helen Van Dyke, Day-
Gamma Delta was named dance The sun came out this weekend, the breezes hinted of spring, there were ,Anson Weeks To Furnish Music; and is a member of The Daily staffe, Cve; Jane Baits, of Grosse Pomte;
chairman, while Betty Bell, of Jordan lots of dances, and best of all, walks home after parties once more became All Women May Buy Bal Bids Irene Ferguson, of Detroit, who is Harriet Heames, of Grosse Pointe;
Hall. was given the position of re- leisurely. tender occasions instead of shivering races interrupted by "Look a member of Alpha Omicron Pi, will Isabel Cohen, of Lawrence Long Is
cording chairman. out for the ice!" and "Gee it's cold out!" At 11 A.M. Today In League take the part of Papa. Miss Fergu- land, N.Y., Kay Giaddng, of West
New Positions Created Restricted sale of tickets for the son is a member of Athena. Hippolia Allenhurst, N.J.; Phyllis Lovejoy, of
Two new chairmanships have been A..annual Assembly Ball, to be held wil be aye by Das Auerbachuf Grosse Pointe and Camilla Ayres, of
from 9mp.m. to 1ta.m. Friday in teDetroit
Wynx started the gaiety on Friday night. Aggie Crow and Bob Collins, League Ballroom, will end at 11 a.m. bach worked on Sophomore Cabaret
Buy Frolic Tickets Irl Brent and Margaret Dodge, Dick Wirth and Eleanor Rakestraw, Grace today, according to June deCodova, and is a member of Play Production.
Now; Only 90 Left Proctor and Edd King, Joan Reuter and Lynn Riess, Milly Ward and Ereell '41, co-chairman of the ticket com- Helen Herzfeld, of Alexander City, Alpha Chi Omega
Carley, Mary Gage and Bob Dimler, Dottie Brooks mittee. Ala., will play Mande, while Marie Knits For Red Cross
Only 90 tickets remain on sale for and Al Darling, and Norm Call and Mary Lou Ewing At this time the sale will be opened Holmes, who is a transfer student
Frosh Frolic to be held in the Union were glimpsed eagerly watching the numbers on to all women on campus. Until to- from Stevens, will play Siesta. Mar-
Ballroom March 14, and all those itheir tickets as corsages, steak dinners and a best day, tickets were available only to garet Wright, of Norfolk Va., will Attendance at the first meeting
sclli wre affledoffas oorpriesthose who showed an independent's pla Ennui; Miss Wright is affiliated of the Red Cross student workroom
who desire to attend the dance are sller were raffled off as door prizes. to d i with Delta Gamma. this semester was amplified through
urged to buy tickets today. Phi Kappa Sigma swung out Friday night, too, Mr. Fu will be played by Agnes the efforts of Alpha Chi Omega whose
TicetTwllkeentaleatwilgestlitehowdnha thy'eeaknaqit lngeeb ncesniy orthetikes M.eceilsbeplyerbyAgeotheeforsef AphiCikOegtwos
and the guest list showed that they've taken quite that remain. Ticket sale begins each Crow, of Highland Park. Miss Crow members supported the project en
Travel Desk in the Union lobby and a fancy to their neighbors, the Gamma Phis, Eleanor day at 11 a.m. in the League lobby, is a member of Wyvern, of the social masse.
may bobtained alsofrom committee Williams and Dick Mansfield, Jane Zimmermann and continues until noon, to be committee of the League,and a mem- Sewing and knitting at the unit
$emberes couple. No identification and Eddie Richter, Jane Hyde and Bob Tickney, and opened again from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. ber of Pi Beta Phi.
cards will be needed. Marg Hulbert and Ken Marble were all Phi Kappa Sigma-Gamma Phi Tickets may also be obtained from Others NamedtTo Cast d Wednesdays and Fridaysy was in-
Johny Sca" Dviswil ply fr cupls.any member of the central commit- Other members of the cast include creased above previous records by the
JFhan sNiht"mDaresw"l payforthe u .tee of the dance, or from any repre- Alvira Sata, River Rouge, Minister Alpha Chi Omega delegation, who
"A Freshman's Nightmare," and the ii sentative of the ticket committee in of Finance; Carolyn Denfield of Lan- supported the workroom as a house
theme of the dance will be carried out Truth Or Consequences. *.+.. League houses and dormitories, Betty sing, Minister of War, and member policy. Gratitude for the cooperation
in the decoratons and programs. Blue
teeratnse an rs le Pat Hoeper and Virginia Kerlholtz Bill Todd and Marie Holmes, Bob Newman, '43, added. Miss Newman of Delta Delta Delta; Virginia Board- was expressed by Janet Lewin, '43,
the ceiling of the ballroom, while a Mott and Margaret Emery, and Bob Muenzer and Jane Lindberg celebrated is co-chairman of the committee man, of Jackson, Minister of Labor; chairman of the project, who said,
h with Miss deCordova. Jean Hubbard, of Detroit, Minister "We hope that other houses will take
large revolving mirrored ball will at the ATO radio dance while over at the Pi \l Carnations for the gentleman's la- of Commerce; Linda Gail George, of their cue from the humanitarian spir-
hang in the center of the room and Lambda Phi House, Bert Weiss and Charlotte pel may be purchased from any mem- Greensburg, Pa., Minister of Propa- it shown by Alpha Chi Omega."
reflect the colored spotlights to b kenprcsedy.manyme,- ganda, and affiliated with Alpha Chit
played upon it. A "Tree of Knowl- Riff, Mike Kane and Natalie LilienthalHowad ber of Senior Society,a, at any ote, og
g w m hd.WaahadNrPakerandBoUntndhefomape.lo5p.thanboothrinv.yoea.wkondBbUPgl yndmte
edge" wll ompetethedecratons ' IIhi-. .~~iir ~ 1-,'ni~h ~ry Phoebe Power, of Washington, D.C., Pubi ici tv Committee
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Mary Bleiweiss danced to th(
Congratulations to the Si
for their unique Truth and Con
Saturday night. High spot of t
ald Freeman's proposal on bend
Rubens, who was entitled to fli:
his face whenever she didn't ap
and Ethel Weintraub, Bernard
ieir favorite re-#t1 J~6 U 1.UJ, ll)$1 A1liy
e-for the price of 1J cents. It has
iga Alpha TNus ,been a custom for Senior Society,
as gmaences Party honorary women's group, to carry out
she funcwas Par-ythis project every year at Assembly
he fun was Ger- Ball. Red carnations will be sold
ded knee to Berl for tuxes and white ones for tails.
ing cream pie in Anson Weeks and his "Dancin'
pprove of his choice of words! Arnold Dana With Anson" orchestra featuring
Bloom and Shyrle Imber, Julian Pregulman Virginia Mathews and King Harvey,
and Elaine Gordon were among those who will play for the "Garden Gavotte."
.oe . n .The publicity committee headed by
ned in tihe merriment. Peggy Polumbaum, '42, and Doris
Seen at the Alpha Gamma Delta radio I Cuthbert, '42, has designed and con-
will play Miss Smythia. She is a
member of Gamma Phi Beta. Donna
Baisch, of Battle Creek, is a soloist.
Marny Gardner, of Portsmouth, 0.,
will play the sentry; she is a member
of Pi"Beta Phi.
Jane Connell, of Detroit, a member
of Delta Gamma, will play a Night
Club hostess, while Frances Aaronson,
The Publicity Committee of the
League will convene for its first meet-
ing of the new semester at 5 p.m.
today, Elinor Sevison, '41, chairman,
has announced. Eligible freshmen,
as well as those who have worked
previously on the committee, are in-
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day, March 5, in Hill Auditorium.
While this concert will be compli-
mentary to the general public, small
children cannot be admitted for obvi-
An exhibition of Currier and Ives
prints and of work by Yasuo Kuni-
yoshi is open afternoons from 2 to
5 in Alumni Memorial Hall, through
Exhibition, College of Architecture
and Design: A collection of drawings
in various phases of Design from!
Pratt Institute in New York, and an
exhibition of the last semester's work
in Design by students of the College,
are being shown in the third floor ex-
hibition room, Architecture Building.
Open daily 9 to 5, except Sunday,
through Mar. 10. The public is in-
University Lecture: Dr. C. N. H.
Long, Sterling Professor of Physiolo-
gical Chemistry, Yale University, will
give the following lectures under the
auspices of the Department of Bio-
March 7: "Endocrines and the Con-j
trol of Carbohydrate Metabolism."
4:15 p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall.
March 8: "Chemistry and Physi-
ology of the Adrenal Cortex." 11:00
a.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
The public is cordially invited.
University Lecture: Dr. Edgar
Allen, Professor of Anatomy at Yale
University School of Medicine, will
lecture on the subject, "The Ovaries
and Their Hormones," under the
auspices of the Department of Ana-
tomy of the Medical School at 4:15
p.m. on Friday, March 14, in the
Rackham Lecture Hall. The lecture
is open to the public and members
of the Michigan Academy of Science
are especially invited.
vited to attend.
dance were Eleanor Donahue;
Drew, Marian Schaefer and Bob
Henderson and Don Bell and F
ting and Roy Peterson. When
Xi's felt the dancing urge Sal
Jim Martin and Patty Hughes,7
ard and Mary Lou Reed, Jack H
Betty Cattell, and Bill Wad
Elizabeth Gram made the most of polished floors and the radio.
n the Theta
structed a miniature ballroom, and
put it on display in the window of
a State Street bookstore, to give
prospective "gavotters" the general
idea of a dance in a formal old-
Union's Coke Bar
To Be Held Today
After this past week of trying outI
for activities, the freshman will have
League Council Petitioning:
Tues. through Sat.
Petitioning for Assembly: Tues.
Petitioning for Panhellenic:
Tues. through Sat.
Publicity Committee Meeting:
Tues., 5 p.m.
Merit System Committee Meet-
ing: Thurs., 5 p.m.
It's Not All Frivolity.. r
Stan Adams' weekend sounded a sterner note from customary light-
hearted merrymaking. Stan's friends feted him for two nights; then Sun-
day morning Stan left for his native Canada to join the RAF. Good Luck,
613 GIRLS FROM
are now at Kath-
arine Gibb's secretarial
school. Write for cata-
log describing Special
Course for College
an opportunity to meet their new
bosses at the Union Coke Bar today
from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the
small ballroom of the Union.
T 4 ailA i, w h t t
Jane Balm:, , ,WhlK
J GPMeetingithis week's Coke Bar, w
Edwin Neville Is pecially invited allac
here will be a meeting of the co Adams House Guest or groups on campus.
me committee for JGP at 5 P.M.
oe os" ess au
hich has es-
University Lecture: The Honorable
Edwin Lowe Neville, recently Ameri-
can Minister to Thailand, will give
the following lecture under the au-
spices of the Political Science De-I
partment at 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
March 5: "Far Eastern Reactions
to Western Penetration," in the Rack-
Attention is called to the changes
made in the schedule for Mr. Neville's
lectures as originally announced.
The public is cordially invited.
University Lecture: Colonel W. 1H.
Draper, of the Selective Service Head-
quarters, U.S.A., will lecture on the
subject, "The Selective Service Act
tnd the College Student" finder the
auspices of the University Commit-
tee on Defense Issues on Thursday,
March 6, at 4:15 p.m. in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall. The public is
Ci[ i',rt (may today in Suite II of the League. All Adams House had as its guest of
Junior Research Club will meet in those who will not be able to attend honor for dinner on Sunday the Hon-
the Amphitheatre of the Horace H. orable Edwin L. Neville, former Unit-
Rackham School of Graduate Stud- j should call Rosebud Scott, chairman. I ed States minister to Thailand, and
ies tonight at 7:30. Also meeting at 5 p.m. in the League } Mrs. Neville.
Program: "Current Interests in Ar- will be the Finance committee. Room Other guests were Mrs. Joseph Hay-
thritit Research" by R. H. Freyberg, notice will be posted on the bulletin den, Mrs. Henry Carter Adams and
Internal Medicine, buher son. Henry Carter Adams, Jr., Mr.
"Cushions and Comfort" by W. E. board. If unable to attend, call Mar- Orhaw O. Bati, and Mr. Caleb War-
Lay, Mechanical Engineering Depart- j garet Sanford, chairman. tier.
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Dormitory Board will meet in the
(Contili ued on i'age 6)
NO DANCE CLASSES
Because a concert is scheduled
for this evening, the( dance classes
will not meet. Tliee will be danc-
ing at the League, beginning at
7:30 p.m. though no instruction
will be given. Hostesses should
be present at 7:15 p.m. as usual.
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nestled in fluffy whipped cream. All for only .. .
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