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THE MICHiIGAN DAiiILY

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Annual Affair
To Have Hardy
And Orchestra
Ball Will Be Invitational Dance
Including Out-Of-Town Guests;
Will Honor Chapter's Initiates
Going exclusive on the rest of the
campus, members of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity are busy putting
finishing touches on their "Black-
foot Ball" to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight, Friday, March 13, in the
League Ballroom.
While the "Blackfoot Ball" is an
annual affair on nearly every campus
where an Alpha Tau Omega chapter
exists, it was only revived here last
year, for the first time since World
War I, but will be continued in the
future as a traditional affair.
Is Invitational Affair
The Ball will be an entirely invita-
tional dance with bids going to ap-
proximately 325 couples. Among the
special guests will be the members
of Alpha Tau Omega chapter at
Michigan State College, Albion, Hills-
dale and Adrian, in addition to the
members of the University chapter.
The name "Blackfoot" was given
to the men of the fraternity when
the chapter was first founded at Vir-
ginia Military Institute in 1865 and
since then has been used in many of
the fraternity's projects.
Gordon Hardy To Play
This year's "Blackfoot Ball" will
honor the men to be initiated Satur-
day and will also be a part of the pro-
gram planned for the celebration of
Founder's Day which occurs on the
same weekend.
Gordon Hardy and his new 10
piece band have been engaged to play
for the blackfooters. Co-chairmen
of the dance are Hugh Ayers and
John Eley, with Keith Muller and
Charles Trick assisting.
Chapter Celebrates
Twenty-Fifth Year
At Banquet Today
Eta chapter of Phi Sigma Delta
will hold a banquet at their house
at 12:30 p.m. today following the
fraternity's formal initiation. Cele-
brating the twenty-fifth anniversary
of the local chapter, many alumni as
well as charter members are plan-
ning to be present.
Garry Chertoff, '44E, Master Fra-
ter, will welcome the new initiates,
while Lewis Froikin, '44E, president
of the pledge class, will respond in
behalf of the new members.
Cuff-links that will brighten the
most classic shirt-waist or the most
feminine blouse are those which are
wrought from metal to look like old
buttons. Other trinkets that are news
in the fashion world are tiny felt
flowers patterned in gay cyclamen
to adorn your ear-lobes.
FROSH FROLIC
Tickets will be on sale at the
Union desk for the annual Frosh
Frolic, which will be held March
13, beginning at noon Tuesday.
They will continue to be sold to
freshmen only until noon Satur-
day, at which time the remaining
tickets, if any, will go on general
sale. Red Norvo and his orches-
tra will play at the freshmen's
official coming out party.

Seventh Ruthven
Tea To Be Held
On Wednesday
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
open their home from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. Wednesday for the seventh in
this year's series of teas. Those
groups whichhave been specially in-
vited are: Alpha Delta Pi, Prescott
House; Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Kap-
pa Sigma, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha
Xi Delta, Michigan House and Wen-
ley House.
Mrs. J. E. Pilcher and Mrs. E. K.
Herdman will be pouring from 4
p.m. until 5 p.m. and from 5 p.m.
until 6 p.m. Mrs. Charles Lobadell
and Mrs Grennan will be at the
urns. Assisting the pourers from 4
p.m. until 5 p.m. will be Joan Gen-
ung, '43, and Charlotte Fern, '45,
and after that Nancy Griffin, '44, and
June Gustafson, '44, will assist. Nan-
cy Gray, '43, and Barbara Hulbert,
'44, will be helping at the tea table
from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. and Diggins
Farrar, '44, will be at the door at
the same time. Assisting at the table
from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. will be Jose-
phine Fitzpatrick, '44 and Margaret
Harmon, '44, while Frances Hall,
'43Ed, will be receiving at the door.
Jane Honey, '43, chairman of the
tea, has announced that groups I
and II will be in the living room from
4 p.m. until 5 p.m. while groups
III and IV will be in the dining room.
During the last hour of the tea
these groups will change places. Betty
Steffen, '42, will be in charge of the
dining room.
Twenty Women
To Be Honored
At Luncheon
Twenty freshman women will be
honored at the annual Panhellenic
Scholarship luncheon to be given
March 7 at the League.
The luncheon is given every year
in honor of the freshman in each
sorority who received the highest
grades in her pledge class. The girls
who have been invited are Joan Ross,
Alpha Chi Omega; Jean Shute, Al-
pha Delta Pi; Peggy Wallace, Alpha
Epsilon Phi; Elinor Porter, Alpha
Gamma Delta; Virginia Chandler,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Virginia Jack-
son, Alpha Phi; Virginia Dodd, Al-
pha Xi Delta; Joy Low, Chi Omega.
Mary Jane Trainer and Louise For-
mush, Collegiate Sorosis; Ruth Strong,
Delta Delta Delta; Louise Whipple,
Delta Gamma; Marjorie McCullough,
Gamma Phi Beta; Charlotte Haas,
Kappa Alpha Theta; Anita Uvick,
Kappa Delta; Natalie Mattern, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma; Adele Rosenhain,
Phi Sigma Sigma; Patricia MacGre-
gor, Pi Beta Phi; Jane Quinlan, The-
ta Phi Alpha and Betty Parsons, Zeta
Tau Alpha.
Miss Esther Colton, social director
of Jordan Hall, will talk to the fresh-
men about activities and leadership
and Natalie Mattern will give the ac-
ceptance speech on the part of the
freshmen.

V-Dance Committee Selects
Charming 'Stomp''Hostesses

Defense stamps, door prizes and
now, hostesses, a lucious bevy of the
real campus queens, will be the main
attractions of that coming attraction,
the Defense Stomp. That is, of
course, besides Gordon Hardy, his
piano and new 10 piece orchestra.
True to its word, the V-Dance
Committee comes forth with a list
of the hostesses which the commit-
tee claims will add the needed charm
to the League Ballroom on Thursday
afternoon, March 5, to make the first
Defense Stomp the biggest and best
tea dance ever seen on this campus.
Hostesses Galore
"There will be enough proof of
fascinating femininity to destroy the
Michigan adage of Four out of Five,"
Bud Cox, '42, general chairman, as-
serted, and added, "Why I'm even
going myself!"
A partial list of the hostesses re-
veals: Millie Radford, '42, Deena Sto-
ver, '42, Frances Aaronson, '42, Sue
Holtzman, '42, Lorraine Schwab, '42,
Pat Hadley, '42, Harriet Pratt, '43,
Sally Walsh, '43, Jean Goudy, '42,
Martha Opsion, '44, Mary Herbert,
'44, Helen Rhodes, '42, Jane Baits,
WAA SCHEDULE
Archery: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in Waterman
Gymnasium.
Club Basketball: Teams of Hall
and Elser; Bercaw and JohnsonI
will play at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday;
teams of Ross and Garrels; Hall
and Johnson will play at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday.
Pitch and Putt will meet at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at WAB.
Badminton: Club will meet at

'42, Virginia Alfvin, '42, and Nancy
Chapman, '42.
The list also includes Jane Pritch-
ard, '44, Peg Gabriel, '42, Agnes Crow,
'42, Jean Hubbard, '42, Lou Carpen-
ter, '42. Margaret Ann Hadsell, '42,
Margaret Gardner, '42, Margaret
Dodge, '42, Jean Crump, '42, Nancy
Griffin, '42, Lois Basse, '42, Margot
Thom, 42, Eleanor Rakestraw, '43,1
Jane Connell, '42 and Gail Doyle, '44.
Phoebe Power, '42, Virginia Dodd,
'45, Kay Jones, '43, Virginia Morse,
'43, Shirley Schmid, '44, Obeline El-
ser, '45, Ernestine Elser, '45, Ann
Stanton, '45, and Lois Ann Watkins,
'44, will add to the collection.
Explanatory Meeting
For WAA Petitioners
To Be Tomorrow
All petitioners for WAA executive
board positions are urged to attend'
an instruction and explanation meet-
ing to be conducted at 4 p.m. tomor-:
row at the WAB by Donelda Schai-
ble, '42, president of the board.
This type of meeting, done for the
first time this year, will allow all
campus women an equal opportunity
to become acquainted with the WAA
jobs and the activities of the organi-
zation, so that those chosen for the
positions will know what their work
entails.
Petitioning will continue until 5
p.m. Wednesday at which time all
petitions must be turned in to the
desk of the WAB. Interviewing will
begin Thursday and last through
Saturday.

T INKLE TOES Our open-to-Ihe-air shoe ni/h
gleam',l ;;ailhecads on the cross-strays. XWear it with your
suits, zui/ dea/e dresses. Crushed calf.
REGIMENTAL RED
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FRATERNITIES AND
SORORITIES ATTENTION!
In planning your dark room for
a blackout, be sure to stock up
on some of the new blackout
light bulbs at Calkins-Fletcher.
They give a very narrow beam
of light which cannot be seen
through draped windows-and,
as an added feature, when not
in use in the blackout room,
they can be used in a dark
room while developing pic-
tures. - 25c a piece.

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7:30 p.m. Wednesday and 3:301
p.m. Friday in Barbour. Prof. Martha Colby will speak on
Dance: Modern Dance Group "Oriental Folk-Music" tonight at the
will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednes- International Center following a sup-
day; Ballet Group will n'ieet at per and sing which will begin at 7:30
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, and at 3:30 p.m. Her collection extends in scope
p.m. Friday in Barbour Gymna- from Flamencan Spanish to music of
sium. the Philippines and Java.
Fencing: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday at Petitioning for Assembly positions
Barbour Gymnasium. will last through Tuesday, March 3.
Swimming: Club will meet at Interviews will take place on Wednes-
8::30 p.m. Thursday in the Union
Pool. day, Thursday and Fricday of next
week from 3:30-5 p.m.
Sunday at the Wolverine -
209 SOUTH STATE
Chicken Soup with Noodles
or Choice of Grapefruit juice or Tomato Juice ,
Olives Pickles
Fried Enjointed Chickcn, Sauce Supreme
or Grilled Sirloin Steak, Fresh Mushrooms
Glazed Sweet or French Fried Potatoes
Corn Saute or Buttered June Peas
Head Lettuce and Tomato Salad, Thousand Isle Dressing
or California Fruit Salad
Hot Rolls and Butter
Tea Coffee Milk Ice Cream
Guest Price

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IT'S NOT TOO EARLY ...
If you are interested in start-
ing a set of silverware, you'll
be just delighted with the many
patterns to choose from at Eib-
ler's-There you will find an
assortment of patterns niade
by the leading silversmiths of
the country. You'd better loose
no time in getting over there
and picking out the one you
like best, as such sets are be-
coming very hard to secure.

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FLOWERS? BY ALL MEANS!
And we advise you to go
straight to the University Flow-
er Shop for your Assembly Ball
corsage. The way they mae'
em up is simply wonderful.
Even the most modest bouquet
takes on distinction when turn-
ed out by these florists. If your
best girl doesn't simply adore
you after one of these corsages,
then we don't know women!

FROTHY LINGERIE for fra-
gile white collars, cuffs or
pocket trim. Nothing so new
and fresh-looking on navy or
black rayon crepe.
PRINTS pretty as flowers . . .
and fruit, too! rh ese and
tiny conventional designs
make interesting picking in
this group of colorful dresses.

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THE FLOWERS THAT
BLOOM IN THE SPRING,
TRA LA ...
You, too, should blossom forth
in a new spring skirt and
sweater. Keep right up with
Mother Nature and dress your-
self in bright array. Get some
of those luscious spring colors
at the Campus Shop. Plaid
pleated skirts with contrasting
sweaters and pastel skirts with
matching sweaters.

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LE GANT
"VEIL OF YOUTH"
A lightweight
corselette with firm
control
As dainty as a - lace hanky yet
powerfully strong and quite able to
control your curves. Super construc-
tion gives you perfect hip molding,
a high youthful bustline and a long
slim waistline.
Come in and try on this soft deli-
cate looking corselette! Note the
quality of the materials and the
attractive embroidered faggoting on
the seams.
CORSELETTE
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. . . For brighter nights
ahead, you'll want to
look your prettiest in a
new spring formal that is
both flowing and dainty.
Priced from
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LONG BEADS ARE IN ...
Ah, now you really HAVE
something and it won't cost a
fortune either, although that's
the way they look. They come
in almost every color to either
match or contrast your sweaters
and skirts. For you suit we
have new and adorable lapel
gadgets to put the snap into
your outfit.
KEEP IN STEP WITH
SPRING..

WRAPS
$9.95 up

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POLKA DOTS, whether big
or small, are BIG news for
Spring! In entire dresses, or
for crisp staccato accent on
navy or black. Rayon crepe
or taffeta.

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