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Dance Tickets To Hea
To Be On Sale
To All Classes
Bomber-Scholarship To Receive
Proceeds; Williams, Chairman,
Announces Committee, Posts
Seniors, to say nothing of juniors
and sophomores, if they have the
necessary ticket, will be. dancing to
the rhythms of a big-name band on
May 29, the date for the 1942 Senior
Ball, Thomas V. Williams, '42, gen-
eral chairman of the annual affair
Proceeds from this year's ball will
go toward the Bomber Scholarship,
campus-wide fund which will help to
send back to school University stu-
dents whose education has been in-
terrupted by the war, Williams said.
Committee Is Listed
Other chairme and their specific
positions were alto given out by Wil-
liams. Dorothy Anderson, '42, and
Jean Hubbard, '42, will be patrons
chairmen, and Lee Cleary, '42, and
Robert Getts, '42E, will be chairmen
of the tickets committee.
Publicity for the ball will be done
by Raymond Dietz, '42, and Chester
J. Ewing, '42F&C. will be programs
chairman. Lawton Hammett. '42E,
will head the orchestra hiring com-
mittee, under the official name of
music chairman, while Charles E.
Johnson, '42, will act as secretary for
the entire central committee.
Sale To Start April 21
Elizabeth McFillen. '42SN, will be
project chairman; decorations will
be managed by Phoebe Power, '42A,
and Ted McOmber, '42; and Burton
J. Rubens, '42, will be building chair-
Sale of tickets for Senior Ball will
open April 21, Miss Cleary said,
warning students that there will be
fewer tickets on sale than last year.
Tickets will go only to seniors on the
first day, she continued, and then
will be opened to all classes. Seniors
are requested to bring identification
cards on this first day.
Open To All Classes
"Since it is doubtful that there will
be another Senior Ball for the dura-
tion," Williams said, "sale to all
classes is being opened almost im-
mediately so that they might have
the opportunity of attending the
event during their college career."j
Completion of plans for one of the
better-known bands in the country'
has not been made as yet, Hammett
said, adding that the committee is
seriously considering letting the cam-
pus vote on- their band selection so
that this '42 Senior Ball, possibly the
last for some years, might be the best
one of all.
Softball: At 4:30 p.m. tomor-
row, Jordan vs. Alpha Chi Omega;
Alpha Delta Pi vs. Alpha Omi-
cron Pi; at 5:10 p.m. Couzens vs.
Chi Omega: Alpha Gamma Delta
vs. League house team. -
At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Adelia Cheever; Delta
Delta Delta vs. Kappa Delta. At
5:10 p.m. Martha Cook vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta; Alpha Phi vs. Helen
Newberry. At 5:10 p.m. Wednes-
day, Ann Arbor Independents vs.
Betsy Barbour; Alumnae vs.
At 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Stock-
well vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Gam-
ma Phi Beta vs. Mosher. At 5:10
p.m., Collegiate Sorosis vs. Pi Beta
Phi; Phi Sigma Sigma vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Zeta Tau Alpha
vs. Palmer House.
Archery: Club will meet at 4:15
p.m. Wednesday at W.A.B.
Dance: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at Barbour.
Pitch and Putt: Club will meet
at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Tennis: Club will meet at 4:15
p.m. Wednesday at the W.A.B.
Crop and Saddle: Will meet at
5 p.m. Wednesday in front of Bar-
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Theta and Phi Delta Kappa, will be
given in the Grand Rapids Room of
the League Monday, April 6, at 7:30
p.m. This service is planned especi-
ally for senior students in Educa-
tion, but anyone may attend.
The Alpha Omega Alpha lecture I
will be given by Dr. Morris Fishbein,
Dinner Is Open
Theta Sigma Phi To Sponsor
Discussion April 14 At Union;
Reservations Due Tuesday
Invitations to attend the second
annual Matrix Table April 14 at the
Union, which is sponsored by the
University Chapter of Theta Sigma
Phi, national honorary fraternity for
women studying or working in jour-
nalism, must be answered by Tues-
day, April 7. Tickets may be pur-
chased from Doris Hutchinson, '43.
Invitations to attend have been
sent to outstanding woman writers,
radio personalities, lecturers and to
representatives of the newspaper
profession throughout the state as
well as to Hopwood winners and
women working in the publications
field of the University.
Among those expected at the Table
are Miss Helen Bower, Book Editor
of the Detroit Free Press, Mrs. Esther
Beck McIntyre, Club Editor of the
Detroit News, Miss Jane Lee, the new
Nangey Brown of the Detroit News,
and Miss Eileen Harrison, editor of
the Ypsilanti Press.
Miss Myrtle LubbitL Womnen's
Commentator on radio station CKLW
for the last nine years will speak at
the dinner on "Ten Years Behind
the Mike." Miss Jane Connell, '42,
will give the college woman's view
on writing in the fashion field.
This dinner is an attempt to give
the woman 'journalists of Michigan
the same opportunity as that enjoyed
by residents and students of other
states and universities where such
famous women as Jan Struther, pop-
ular English author of Mrs. Miniver
are speakers before audiences num-
bered in the thousands.
Alpha Gamma Delta announces
the pledging of Marion Baskette, '44,
of Pontiac, and Elva Stokinger, '44,
of East Walpole, Mass.
Editor of the Journal of the Ameri-
can Medical Association, on Monday,
April 13, at 8:30 p.m. in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall. Dr. Fishbein will
speak on "American Medicine and
the War." The public is cordially
Graduate Outing Club will hike
today if the weather permits. A short
trip down the river, with supper
in the open, or in the clubroom. (Do
not bring individual lunches.) Meet
at Rackham, northwest door, 2:30
p.m. Non-member visitors welcome.
Gamma Delta Student Club will
hold its regular fellowship supper
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Ball Ban Tails
Although "semi-formal" is a broad
term as far as the head committee
of the International Ball is con-
cerned, sweat-shirts and saddle shoes
will not be allowed at the dance to
be held Friday, April 17, in the Union
Robert Klinger, Interclub Board
president, issued this warning after
announcing the decision of the com-
mittee to follow the usual Interna-
tional Center custom for gala affairs,
which is that women wear anything
that sweeps the floor and the men
come garbed in dark business suits if
they don't have tuxedos or tails.
The decision was made, remember-
ing that most foreign students do not
bring large wardrobes with them,
and -being especially short of funds
during the war, many would not be
able to attend the one all-campus
function to which they are especially
invited, if strictly formal dress were
required. In fact, that is what hap-
pened at last year's ball.
It is to be emphasized however,
that though this is a ball given by
foreign students; American students
are cordially invited to attend.
Although plans are not yet con-
pleted, Bill Sawyer's orchestra has
been engaged to furnish music for
internationalites. No floor show will
be arranged, in order that there be
more time for dancing. Eduardo Sal-
gado, nationally known artist, will
Tickets may be purchased in the
League, Union, International Center
or from members of the Interclub
Alumni Engagement Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pheneger of
Du Mnn. annunc theengge-ance are both graduates of the Uni-
Duluth, Minn., announce the engage- ersity where she was affiliated with
ment of their daughter Jean Phene- Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and he was
ger, to James M. Teahen, Jr., son of a member of Theta Chi fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Teahen of The wedding date will be announced
Detroit. The bride-elect and her fi- later.
The very breath of
Spring flowers. In
whimsicail crys- 0'.vf~lN
tailed umbrel i~
Oieh( jtely scented t I
ment! Ten seed
rnvelopes in mini-
:ure stand. All
Three chubby rici.
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tions to wrap
you in dew-
All women interestedi
ing for the communitya
school as leaders in defer
be interviewed from 31
5:30 p.m. Tuesday by th
en's Judiciary Committee
League Undergraduate Of
No petitions arekneces
regard to this work, but
girls who are interviewe
25 will be selected to to
community leadership co
five lecture-discussion me
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EASTER CHASER . . .
Now that you have completed
your Easter outfit, we lay odds
that the very next item on your
shopping list is cotton dresses.
And we know that you will just
love the collection at the Camn-
pus Shop. They've dresses. ga-
lore - to suit your every mood
- gay stripes, dashing plaids,
or subdued pastels - really,
everything and anything you
might desire. Stop here first
and we are sure you will 'be.
TYPICALLY COLLEGIATE ..
No one ever has enough skirts
and sweaters and blouses. And
when you see the new ones at
Dillon's, we-'re sure you won't
be able to resist them. Skirts
in covert or light-weight wool-
flannel with contrasting sweat-
ers and blouses are just per-
fect for balmy spring days and
for all occasions. Wear them
with saddles to classes, or slip
into "heels" for dates and you
are all set for a practical and
FRED WARING FANS .
Here's something that is sure
to interest you - and all you
music lovers as well. The Radio
& Record Shop has on sale at
album of service songs with
music by Fred Waring that in-
cludes such favorites as "The
Marines' 4fymn" and "The Cais-
sons Go Rolling Along". These
are special arrangements by
all the Pennsylvanians and the
Glee Club and will prove a
worthy addition to any record
TWO-IN-ONE SPECIAL . . .
Until April 18th Calkins-Flet-
cher presents to- Ann Arbor
women a luxurious and amaz-
ingly economical offer. With
any purchase of Mary Dunhill's
products, you will receive a
complimentary bottle of Be-
witching cologne. This new
cologne is neither sweet nor
spicy, but filled .with the soft
fragrance of Spring. During
this period only, Mary Dunhill's
Face Powder and Cleansing
cream, "Complexion Duet", will
be sold at the special price of
THE FINISHING TOUCH...
Just the things to add bright-
ness and gaity to your spring
and summer outfits may be
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. . . in dreams of loveliness
. . . romantic frocks attuned
to waltz time or draped to
give sophisticated charm.
Tempting savings for a
wardrobe with many weeks
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