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THE MICHIGAN' DA I LY

Victory
Russian Relief
Ball To Benefi
VictimsOf Wa
Johnny Haberd's Orchestra,
Mexican And Danish Dance
Skit, Songs To Be Featured
The President hasn't abolishe
baseball, and the University hasn
abolished dancing, but the fact sti
remains that we are a country a
war; combining morale-stabilizin
entertainment with aid to our allie
is the purpose of War Relief Victor
Dance which will be held fromt
p.m. to midnight. Saturday, April
in the League Ballroom.
A current student project ha
been working for the past weeks t
obtain medical supplies for tl
wounded soldiers of the Russia
Army. This dance will be an adde
means for obtaining the necessar
funds.
Dancers Will Perform
Edwin and Ruth Hughes will in
clude in their dance program L
Palomita, a Mexican dance; an
Dance of the Aces, a Danish numbe
Added to this, Russian folk and arm
songs will be sung by a studen
chorus.
Climaxing the program, Play Pro
duction students will present a sk
entitled "The Story of Dnierperstroy.
This will deal with the story of t
Russian people during the past 2
years as they have struggled to de
velop and protect their country.
Those invited to be patrons an
patronesses for the dance are Rab
J. Cohen, Dean and Mrs. Erich A
Walter, Prof. and Mrs. Norman H
Anning, Prof. and Mrs. John P. Dawx
son, Prof. and Mrs. Julio del Tor
Prof. and Mrs. Richard C. Fulle
Prof. and Mrs. Harlow J. Henema
and Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Malamud
Patrons Continued
The list continues with Profess
and Mrs. Norman E. Nelson, Dr. an
Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson, Prof. and Mr
George Y.Rainich, Prof. and Mrs.
Sharf man, Prof. and Mrs. Joli
Tracy, Prof. Lewis G. Vander Veld
Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van Dure:
Prof. and Mrs. Mentor L. William
Mr. William G. Merhab and M
John F. Weimer.
In charge of the baton will b
Johnny Haberd, who is bringing h
orchestra to Ann Arbor for the occ
sion.
Today's 'Rec Rally'
Activities To Stress
Appearance, Dress
Looking neat and appropriate:
dressed will be the theme of today
"Rec-Rally's" activities which com
mence at 7:30 p.m. at Barbour Gy
Features of the evening in this WA
project will be a talk on good groom
ing by Miss Ethel McCormick and th
presentation of skits on the "Do
and Don'ts of Dress." Miss McCo
mick will start the program in th
Sarah Caswell Theatre of the gy
with a discussion of hair, nails, mak
up, and diet.
Competition will be in order whe
the various women's residence hous
on campus present their skits on th
"Do's and Don'ts of Dress." At lea
two girls from each dormitory, leagt
house, and sorority are to participa
in a skit, presenting their own ide
on the appropriate dress for a certa
occasion. Dress for sportswear, rush
ing functions, campus wear, and da

ing will be the theme of the skits.
Included in the sports clothes tha
will be suggested, are outfits for gol
archery, basketball, tennis, riding an
badminton. The house presenting th
best skit will receive 50 points to
toward the WAA Participation Cui
which will be given on Lantern Nigh
The runer-up will receive twenty-fiv,
points.
Election Announced
Recently elected officers of AlpL
Gamma Delta are: president, Doro
thy Larson, '43; vice-president, Mar
Crawford, '43; secretary, Nancy Gra
'43; treasurer, Marallyn MacRitchi
'43, and rushing 'ha i)rm an, lie
Eckerman, '44.

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JOHNNY HABERD

ysop -WAAntics
By Shopp

n "Out passeth the old and in cometh the new" is no longer an empty
phrase, for if Senior Supper didn't succeed in convincing those of us who
are about to graduate that it is almost all over, Installation banquet, where,
or among other things, the new WAA board was announced, did, beyond all
d doubt. Yes, you've guessed it, this is Shappy's last column, and gee, it sure
s. has been fun, and we'll miss it. But Phyl Present, new publicity gal, will
L carry on the Antics, so it will still appear every Wednesday.
le, : ;. *
n. Past President Donelda Schaible had a tough time keeping New Presi-
s, dent Nancy Filstrup in the dark about her appointment. It seems that both
r. the BWOC's have a speech class together and were to report on some case
together. But the date for the talks also was the date of a conference at
e Wellesley College, which the new president of WAA is to attend. So Donelda,
15 realizing that something had to be done to postpone the debate, went to the
a understanding professor and explained the situation. He, being very coop-
erative with the women in keeping their little secrets, set the date for an-
other time.
Monday night at Installation Banquet when Nan's name was sung out
by Donelda over the public address system for being brand new president of
WAA, it suddenly dawned on Miss Filstrup what all the shouting had been
about.
ly Riflemaster Filsirup had done an excellent job with her sharpshooters
's this year, for out of 21 matches played, the club won 16. Last match of the
- year was held last week against Cornell, Northwestern and Wittenberg.
n. Virginia Johnson had a score of 100, Cheryl Davidson, 100, Dorothy Grin-
A dotti, 99, Melvina Eberle, 99, and Virginia Ward, 98: total of 496, which is
- hard to beat.
e Two meets ago the team won five matches, tied one with the University
's of Kentucky and lost one to Pennsylvania College for Women.
'- Certificates will be awarded in the near future to those women who have
le been most faithful throughout the year. Expert certificates will be given to
m Melvina Eberle, Cheryl Davidson and Dorothy Grindotti, who have shot in
every match for the whole season. Doris Kimball, Emmeline Wallace, Nancy
Bierwirth, Virginia Ward, Virginia Johnson, Virginia Weadock, Florence
,u Light, Pat Bjerregaard and Elizabeth Grimes will receive sharpshooters'
awards for having shot in three or four out of five matches.
st Marksmen certificates will be awarded to Eve Schwiger and Barb, a
e Alt for shooting in one or two out of five matchs; while sixteen girls will
te receive membership certificates for coming to practice for two seasons.
as Doris Kimball has been appointed as new manager of the club, and Cheryl
n Davidson will be her assistant.
t' Looks like Wednesday will be WAA club clay from a quick survey of the
at program already planned, because archery, tennis and golf have already
f, decided on that day. The softball tournament is all drawn up and it's about
d the first time in the history of WAA dhat a: tournament ever waited for the'
e weather! As a matter of fact when the girls were drawing it p they were
0 ready 10 1'Mli i rt OWball instead of sufihall!

Get A Ticket
To Bunny Hop
Union Executive Staff Sponsors
Novel 'Hunting' Contest Today;
Awards Obtainable At Union
An undisclosed number of colored
Easter eggs have been carefully hid-
den on campus and thereabouts by
the industrious members of the
Union Executive staff who are wont
to recall their childhood egg hunting
days.
Any person finding an egg (which
incidentally is colored with a special
dye so there can be no substitutions)
may bring it or them between 3 p.m.
and 5 p.m. today to the Student Offi-
ces where they may be redeemed for
free tickets to the Bunny Hop to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight, Satur-
day, in the Union Ballroom.
Hints Given
For the convenience of those who
find themselves tempted to take a
try at the hunt, below are listed some
hints, which, with the application of
a little common sense, are downright
revealing.
The contest opens at dawn today
and closes with the Student Offices,
also today. Winners will be an-
nounced tomorrow in The Daily. Re-
member each egg brings a free ticket.
Here They Are!
It's warm around North Hall.
Engineers like to be behind bars.
Spring chickens were seen putting
around the green.
Buses go by lamplight.
Meet You around the clock.
Bubbling Art students.
Rule Britannica!
Don't throw stones at glass houses.
Helen and Betsy kept hens near
the state border.
The diagonal Fido's nose will point
it out.'
A man with an eye and a broom in
old Spain.
Whadda'ya know Joe.
Campus Tea
To Be Today
All Students Invited To Attend;
Function To Be Ninth In Series
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
open their home from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. today for the ninth in this year's
series of student teas.
Although the tea is open to the
entire campus body, special invita-
tions have been issued to Lloyd
House, Couzens Hall, Phi Sigma
Sigma, Zeta Tau Alpha, Theta Xi,
Trigon, Zeta Psi, Kappa Nu, Phi
Epsilon Pi and Triangle.
Marcia Zimmerman, '44, will at-
tend at the door from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
with Ally Lou Schutt, '44, continuing
from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Morrow Web-
er, '44, and Martha Wilt, '42, will act
as hostesses from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.,
while Ruth Wood, '43, and Jean Sol-
litt, '42, will take over for the re-
maining hour. Laura Vial, '44, and
Jane Schermerhorn, '44, will be at
the tea table from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.,
with Carolyn Wensink, '43, and Sally
Walsh, '43, conUnuing from p.m,
to 6 p.m.
Groups III and IV will be in 'the
dining room for the first hour, with
Groups I and II in the living room.
From 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., positions of
the groups will be reversed. Mrs. L.
M. Davies, Mrs. M. J Boyd, Mrs.
Eugene Giard, and Miss Genevieve
DeArmand will pour.
Officers Installed
Kappa ella anounces t h s i
stallation of the following officers
for the coming year: president, Don-
elda Eagle, '43; vice president, Betty
Lou James, '43; secretary, Diana

Beebe, '44; treasurer, Alice Dehlin,
'44; assistant treasurer, Elaine Trav-
is, '44, and editor, Betty Merrill, '43.

'Why' Lyrics,
JQP Hit Song
Are Presented
Because so many people have been
mutilating the words to "Why"-
popular hit song from this year's
JGP-and in answer to NUMEROUS
requests, we now take great pleasure
in presenting to you the one and only
unadulterated version of Al Water-
stone's "Why." Lyrics were written
by Irl D'Arcy Brent and Jack Reed.
WHY
Why did you leave me when I
needed you so,
Why won't you tell me what I
wanted to know-
Why must I live without knowing
Juste like a breeze that keeps blow-
ing along ..
Why don't you come back and we'll
start love anew,
You know I'd slave away my life
just for you-
Why did you have to do all this
to me
Why oh why did you .
When I said I loved you, I could
not tell
That there was doubt in your mind
Why won't you try giving me one
more chance
Now that I know how you feel-
Why did you choose to treat our
romance so light,
Just like a dream that passes right
out of sight-
Oh darling, why did you leave me
Why oh why did you.
Professor E Hobbs
To Present Lecture
For Athena Series
Athena Literary Society will pre-
sent the second of its series of lec-
tures on the Second World War when
Prof.-Emeritus William Hobbs of the
geology department speaks of "South
America and Its Relation to the Pres-
ent War" at 9 p.m. tomorrow in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League.
Special invitation to the lecture
has been given by Athena to the.
other campus speech societies, in-
cluding Delta Sigma Rho, Sigma Rho
Tau, Alpha Nu, and Zeta Phi Eta, but
all ethers interested are urged to
attend, Anna Jean Williams, '42,
president of the group, announced.
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TIhcr'll be fin and excitement galore tonigliht a tnd ioiorrow night as
the WAA project, "Rec-Rally," takes over Varbour and Waterman gyms for
the last two of their three-night program. If you're looking for tips on the
"do's and don'ts of dress," tonight's the time for you to drop around to the
"Rec-Rally." And tomorrow, bring your friend, be it male or female, to the
co-recreational night when archery, _
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