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Project Plans
Kalamazoo Room Of League
Will Be Scene Of Discussion;
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vited to what promises to be the best A mass meeting of all freshman
Coke Bar of the season, which will women interested in working on this
be held today from 4 p.m. to 5:30 year's Freshman Project will be held
p.M. in the main Union Ballroom. at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Kalamazoo
Providing a special attraction for Room of the League, Obeline Elser,
this week's Coke Bar will be a chor- '45, announced today.
'us from "No Questions Asked." Feat- Central committee chairmen will
ured with this chorus will be two describe plans made for their indi-
vealists, Irene Mendelsohn and Meri- vidual committees and the general
an Brown who will sing two of JGP's theme of the project will be an-
most outstanding numbers-"Why" nounced and discussed at this time.
and "Till the Day Is Night" respec- 'he dues for all freshman women,
tively. The chorus will appear at 51 which are a dollar, will also be col-
p.m. so don't miss it! lected at the meeting.
To Feature 'No Cut' Dances To Sign Up
The system of announcing several After committee plans have been
no-cut dances,'which originated last announced, women will be given an
week and gave the smooth apples a opportunity to sign up for the various
chance to make a definite impression, committees. They are especially
will be continued again this week. urged to sign up for makeup work for
This removes the danger of having the skits to be given during inter-
your partner whisked away before mission, and artists are also- needed
you even get a chance to learn her for drawing caricatures, Miss Elser
name. said.
Hostesses for the affair include The date of the project was pre-
Lucy Barnwell, '44, Marcia Netting, vicusly announced as April 25, but
'45. Betty Churchill, '44, Margaret will now be held from.9 p.m. to mid-
Sadler, '45, Connie Sturgis, '45, Bar- night, Saturday, April 18. It is an
bara Eddy, '45, Sue Springer, '45, informal dance, sponsored by all
Norma Kelly, '45, Sue Wood, '44, freshman women, and this particular
Jean Campbell, '45, Virginia War- one will have entertainment by the
ren, '45, Joyce Collins, '45, Jean women during intermission.
Stenhouse, '45, Lucy Miller, '45, Mar- To Add To Fellowship
garet Dodge, '42, Sally Walsh, '43, Proceedsof the dance will go to-
Jane Connell, '42, Mercedes Mat- wards the completion of the Alice
thews, '42, Mary Anne Olson, '45, and Lloyd Fellowship, added Miss Felser.
Margaret Althouse, '45. Central committee chairmen for the
List Of Hostesses Continues project this year are Frances Thomp-
Also included in the list are Fran son, general chairman; Miss Elser,
Tripp, '45, Marilyn Moore, '45, Mar- publicity; Anna Louise Stanton, pa-
tha Kinsey, '44, Pat Palmer, '45, Bea trons; Barbara Heym, decorations;
Nickoll, '43, Ruth Collins, '45, Eliza- Mary Jane Trainer, costumes; Glenn
beth Grootenhorst, '45, Millie Christa, McDaniel, music; Charlotte Haas,
'43, Barbara Rinahan, '45, Jean Ry- programs, and Shelby Dietrich, tick-
erson, '42, Peg Gabriel, '42, Ruth ets.
Gram, '43, Nancy Hattersley, '44, Women are requested to bring their
Betty Barnett, '43, Mary Hayden, '42, eligibility cards to the mass meeting
Ann Terbrueggen, '45, and Judy Flet- if they intend to sign up for work on
cher, '43, a committee.
The groups which have been es-j
pecially invited are Delta Kappa Ep- Cornwall's Betrothal
silon, Kappa Sigma, Alpha Tau Ome-.
ga, Lloyd House, Chi Omega, Delta To Tilley Announced
Gamma, Pi Beta Phi and Betsy Bar-

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Petites Pommes de Terre
Probably the most important of the extremely important and vital
events which have been going on on the campus lately is the style show in
connection wth which, Michigan's Best-Dressed Male is to be selected. Im-
mediately after the announcement of the contest last week, a later com-
munique told campus admirers of high fashion that Allan Axelrod, whose
clothes would make .Jeeter Lester blanch, was a candidate for the title.
The fact in itself was interesting enough, but the whole intrigue behind
it is really much better. Started in an idle off moment by Hale Champion
and Will Sapp the program to promote the campaign, grew to amazing
rt -;o2rtions in an hour. A beautiful poster in a blinding color was planned,
at the top of which was to be featured a cut of "Homespun Al"-"Vote for
the Man Who Wears His Own" and "He achieves unique effects without
looking forced!" Below were a few. random endorse-
ments of Homespun Al's attributes from town business
organizations. From a second-hand clothes dealer-
"Mr. Axelrod's clothes are absolutely unbelievable"-
which is, if anything, understating the case, and The
Ann Arbor Dry Cleaning Association--"Axelrod? Never
heard of him!"
The serious backers of the show and the contest,
however, were really worried parties in the matter. A
gentleman who represented Esquire and had been sent
from New York, expressly to assist in the promotion of
the whole enterprise was told of the dark horse entry. He asked to see him,
and Al was duly pointed out. Now no man can fulfill the exacting duties of
being a Best Dressed Man On Campus without having a fairly impressive
wardrobe. No mere charm and amiability of manner will fit him for the
post. He must be equipped with tarpaulins for suits and what looks like
the tops of old fashioned bathing suits for sweaters.
Smooth Old Al has all of these, and seeing him, the arbiter of fashion
from the big city winced. His reaction, in fact, was terrific; there was a
moment of sudden paralysis, he stared glassily. It was clear that he would
unhesitatingly cast him for the role of star in a horror film, but Best
Dressed Man On Campus? Egad, I mean, well after all! The ghastly sud-
denness of the thing was perhaps its most appalling feature. He shook his
head unbelievingly to clear it. Surely this was not a suit on the lad? It
must certainly be a coal delivery coming in in sacks! For once in his mas-
terly life this masterly man was completely unnerved. He rushed out and
relieved his feelings by sending six telegrams in rapid succession.
But Smooth Old Al withdrew a short time afterwards with no protest
at all. The gentleman from Esquire was relieved beyond measure, and
' Smooth Old Al's friends were amazed. This was not the Axelrod they knew.
Where was that old gusto-that old fight-that old brio? After a short
period of sullen silence he explained to sympathetic friends that this had
said; he finds nothing in them to criticize, and talking in this hideous
been a severe blow to his pride. He, himself is quite fond of his clothes, he
flippant way of sacred things in which he had such an unspotted faith had1
completely destroyed his trust in humanity.

Senior Supper
Patronesses
Are Announced
Patronesses for Senior Supper
which will be held at 6:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the League Ballroom have
been announced by Audrey Soren-
son, '42, chairman of patronesses for
the banquet.
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven heads
the list, and is followed by Dean
Alice Lloyd, Dean Jeanette Perry and
Dean Byrl Bacher, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Mrs.Frederick
Jordan, Miss Rhoda Reddig, Miss
Ruth Goodlander, Miss Ethel Mc-.
Cormick and Mrs. Beach Conger.
Members of the central committee
of last year's JGP will escort the
patronesses in to dinner. Those in-
cluded, all seniors, are Margaret San-
ford, Virginia Appleton, Mildred Rad-
ford, Virginia Frey, Betty Bailie,
Louise Keatley, Jeanne Goudy, Rosa-
lie Smith, Veitch Purdom, Pearl
Brown, MargaretDodge, Mary Hay-
den and Phoebe Power.

Annual Dinner
Patrons Listed
By Chairmen.
Patrons for the annual Installation
Banquet, which will be held Monday,
March 30 in the Main Ballroom and
the Grand Rapids Room of the
League, have been announced by
Jean Hubbard, '42, and Patricia Had-
ley, '42, co-chairmen of patrons for
the affair.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-
President and Mrs. Smith, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Dean Joseph Bursley, Dean
Byri Bacher, Dean Jeannette Perry,
Dean and Mrs. .E. A. Walter, Dean
and Mrs. Walter Rea and Registrar
and Mrs. Ira Smith head the list.
Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof. and Mrs.
John W. Reigel, Miss Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick, Miss Marie Hartwig, Mrs.
Irene Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.;fD. C.
May, Mrs. Ruth Richardson, and Mrs.
William Walz will also be present.

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Easter will usher in a new spring
Sseason and with it the problem of
new spring clothes. Defense activi-
ties have brought with them the pos-
sibilities and even the probabilities
of a future shortage of pure and vir-
gin wools. With this thought in mind,
smart buyers are shopping for suits
that will wear indefinitely and will
keep their style for many seasons to
come.
This classic suit with a long tailored
ja(-ket and slightly flared skirt will
be the backbone of both your spring
and fall wardrobes. Whether worn
over a sweater or with a dickey or
blouse, this will be smart in all cir-
cles. In any case, a pure wool lable
should be your guide in suit-shopping
this season.

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Coke Ban Is Off
The "no coke" ban is off for1
week and the refreshments will
elude cokes as well as tea and coo
which will be served by Barbara
Fries, '42, the main hostess.
Bridge tables will be provided
those who would rather use
brain than the feet.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cornwall
of New Haven, Conn., announced the!
this engagement of their daughter Eliza-'
in- beth Roberts Cornwall, Grad., to
kies F rSld
de Thomas Clark Tilley, 43L, son of Dr.;
and Mrs. Morris Tilley, at a dinner Is De t
for given recently in the Ceague.
the The bride-elect is a graduate of Virginia Lee Sigsbee, of West
Vassar College, where.she was elected Branch, will be the leading lady of
to Phi Beta Kappa, and received her the annual Slide Rule Ball Friday,
master's degree as Wellesley. She is as the guest of ball chairman, Burr
doing graduate work in the astron- J. French, '42E, when the engineer-
omy department in the University ' ing dance is held from 9 p.m. to 1
and holds the May Preston Slosson a.m. in the Union Ballroom.
fellowship awarded by the American Music Chairman John S. Burn-
Association of University Women. ham, '42E, will escort Sally John-
Mr. Tilley received his bachelor's ston, '44, while Finance Chairman
degree at Yale University, is a mem- Robert L. Imobden, '42E, is dating
ber of Phi Delta Phi and a founder of Chris Sigrist from Chicago.
DL. Psurfs. He will enter the Naval Re- The dance, sponsored by the staff
ur serve Midshipman's School at North- of The Michit an Technic, with
western University soon. French, Burn hm and Imboden as
retiring senior editors of The Tech-
nic, gives them prominent roles at
the dance.
Other committuee members and
their dates are: tickets, Robert S.
Sibley, '42E, vwith Libby Graham,
Pontiac; patrons,. Ted Kennedy, '42E,
with Nancy Chapman, '43; floor,
Robert L. Suminerhays. '42E, with
Mary Gage, '42.
Decorations, Robert C. Keetch, '42E,
with Betty Brundrett, '41, Troy, 0.,
r r and William W. Hutcherson, '43E,
with Marjorie Hardy, '42; publicity, C.
Freeman Alexander, '43E, with Sally
Walsh, '43, and programs, F. Carter
Taylor, '43E, with Frances Baker, '44.
Music for the cv.ning will be sup-
plied by Bunny Berigan and his or-
chestra, and as tickets have been sold
out completely for ovr a week, lone-
liness will certainly not be a com-
plaint, French said.
Decorations for the dance will
honor the engineer in defense, por-
traying both the role of the engineers
in industry and in the armed forces.

tyou eleve In wo it uus:
and so, have been looking for a cause
to support which will insure you a
good time while doing so, the Russian
War Relief Victory Dance, which will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight,
Saturday, April 4, in the League Ball-
room, will fill the bill!
This dance is part of the current
student effort to raise enough money
to purchase medical supplies suffi-
cient to save the lives of at least one
hundred wounded soldiers in the Red
Army.
The music for this pertinent occa-
sion will be furnished by the campus'
favorite creator of danceable music,
Johnny Haberd and his band.
Skit To Be Given
Variety will be added to the dance
by way of a skit by two Play Produc-
tion students which is entitled "The
Story of Dnierperstroy." This skit
relates the struggles and hardships
of the Russian people in building
their country in the last twenty years
and the effect of the blowing up of
a dam to keep the Nazis from using
its electricity in the current war.
The patrons' list for this affair in-

eludes Prof. and Mrs. Norman H. An-
ning, Prof. John P. Dawson, Dr. and
Mrs. Nathan Malamud, Prof. and
Mrs. Harlan L. Heneman, Dr. and
Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson, Prof. and
Mrs. I. L. Sharfman.
List Of Patrons Continues
Also included in the list are Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren, Prof.
and Mrs. Erich A. Walter, Prof. Lewis
G. Vander Velde, Prof. and Mrs. Men-
tor L. Williams, Prof. and Mrs. John
Tracy, Prof. and Mrs. Del Toro, Prof.
and Mrs. Norman Nelson and Rabbi
J. Cohen. Richard C. Fuller, William
G. Merhab and Mr. John Weimare
complete the roll.
Bette Geltner, '42, is in charge of
arrangements for the dance. Tickets
are now on sale at Wahr's Bookstore
and the League desk.
MEETING ANNOUNCED
There will be an important
meeting of all members of Scroll
Society, at 9 p.m. today in the
League, Mildred Radford, '42,
president announced.

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Club To Meet Today
Botanical Journal Club will meet
at 7:30 p.m. today in Room 1139 N. S.
Reports will be given by S. A. Gor-
don, John R. Hardison, Floyd Shut-
tleworth and Mary Wharton.
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