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May 01, 1942 - Image 5

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Crease Court
To Hold Dance
In Law Club .
Hank d'Amico And Orchestrof
Will Accompany Proceedings
At Annual Lawyer's Formal
Lawyers will compete today with
the dentists and their Odonto Ball,
at the annual Crease Ball to be held
from 9-p.m. until 1 a.m. in the Law
Club. Hank d'Amico and his orches-
tra will play for the affair.
Joseph Roswere, "clown prince of
the piano," an accordianist and a
vibraphone player will provide con-
tinuous entertainment in the din-
ing room, which will be, set up in
cabaret style. Refreshments will also
be served there.
Committeemen Listed
In the main lounge, Hank d'Amico
and his orchestra will play for the
dancers. Amico is one of the coun-
try's leading clarinetists, having been
featured with such bands as Bob
Crosby, Red Norvo, and Richard
Marion L. Bradbury, '42L, and
Dean G. Beier, '42L, are co-chairmen
for the dance. Their committee con-
sists of Raymond J. Fraser, '42L, in
charge of ticket sales; Seymour Spel-
man, '42L, chairman of publicity;
Bill Beasley, '42L, patrons; and Lloyd
Forster, '42L, entertainment.
Tradition Broken
By tradition, Crease Ball competes
with Slide Rule, but this year they
were forced to break with precedent.
Instead of displaying a slide rule,
stolen from its decorative position at
the engineers dance, lawyers will re-
frain from rivalry in the interests of
national unity.
Crease Ball acquired its name be-
cause, for a long time, lawyers had
the reputation of never pressing their
pants except for the important oc-
casion of their annual ball. Today
they will don their best clothes to
attend the official Crease Court with
their guests, who will all be wearing
gardenia corsages.
Picnic To Be Held
Residents of Winchell House will
hold a picnic tomorrow afternoon at
West Delhi Rapids.







Glenn Miller

Music Planned
For Broadcast
By Glee Club

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After making their debut Tuesday
evening the University Women's Glee
Club, under the direction of Wilson
Sawyer, is scheduled to broadcast at
c 1:45 p.m. tomorrow over station
38 pgto SWJR
Among the songs which have been
chosen for this first program over
1' "Go i' the air are "Oh Morning Star" by
Philip Nikolai, and "Festa" by Emi-
lio del Cavalieri, both composed in
the 16th century and arranged for
the club by Mr. Sawyer. "Summer-
time," by George Gershwin, will also
be included on the program.
I Gwen Cooper, '44, Irene Mendel-
sohn, '43, and Leanor Grossman, '43,
--will make up the swing trio which
be purchased by members of all will be featured in the fox trot in-
classes. Senior identification cards I terpretation of "Where Oh Where
will not be necessary, Has My Little Dog Gone." Other
"Since it is probable that this will variations of this special arrange-

* * *
Glenn Miller has taken the lead in
the "Pick-Your-Band" poll to such a
great extent that the Senior Ball
Committee has taken the liberty of
sending this telegram.
However, the voting will continue
until all the tickets are sold. Those
who wish to cast their vote for one
of the other four "big name" bands
are urged to do so by Tom Collins,
'42, chairman. Tickets will remain
on sale today in the Union and may

League Will Be
Scene Of Eighth
Dental Formal
'Rolling Styles' Of Reggie Childs
To Be Featured By Dentists;
Paul Meagher To Head Dance
Forgetting drilling and filling, the
dentists of the class of '43 will pre-
sent the music of Reggie Childs and
his orchestra at the eighth annual
Odonto Ball, to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today at the League.
Childs' band of "Rolling Styles"
will feature Mal and Paul Carley,
Betty Carter, Neil Coutney and the
"Three C's" Trio. The band leader,
who is a violinist, has made broad-
casts regularly over national net-
works, made recordings and played
at many college affairs.
Leader English-Born
Born in England, Childs attended
the Paris Conservatory of Music for
seven years and then moved to To-
ronto, Canada. He then turned to
popular bands, and he was featured
with Paul Whiteman, Vincent Lopez
and Wayne King at different times
in his career,
Odonto Ball will be open only to
dental students, hygienists, and to
the alumni of the School of Den-
tistry, according to Mark Gilson,
Guests To Attend
Jayne Snodgrass of Ann Arbor will
be the guest of Paul Meagher, '43D,
general chairman of the affair. Other
committeemen and their guests will
be Josephine Johnson of Ann Arbor
and Harry Luton, '43D; Helen Holt
of Ypsilanti and .Del Rawson, '43D.
Agnes Day, '45A, will accompany
Mark Gilson, '43D, and Marian
Schlafer of Sandusky, O., will attend
with Robert Ross, '43D. Marjorie
Goudzwaard of Grand Rapids will be
the guest of Hank Homan, '43D;
Eileen Blum, '45, will attend with
Melvin Bettle, '43D, and Jane Schk-
loven of Detroit will be the guest of
Gerald Aptekar, '43D.

There must be a really romantic
quality about the first of the merry
month of May, even in these hectic
times, for, despite competition with
Crease Ball and Odonto, not to men-
tion the fast approaching finals,
many groups are entertaining today.
Acacia will hold a dinner before
their spring formal from 7 p.m. to
midnight at the chapter house.
Chaperons will be Mr. C. R. Pryce
and Mr. L. A. Emerson.
Alpha Delta Phi is having a dahce
at the chapter house from 9 p.m. to
midnight, chaperoned by Prof. and,
Mrs. Clark Hopkins and Prof. and
Mrs. E. B. Ham.
Alpha Tau Omega is to hold a
fraternity dance at the chapter
house from 9 p.m. to midnight. It
will be chaperoned' by Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Wikel and Lieut. and Mrs. L.
W. Peterson.
The senior class of the Business
Administration School has planned
a spring dance to be held at the
Rackham School from 9 p.m. to mid-
night. Dean Clare E. Griffin and
Prof. Merwin H. Waterman will
Chi Phi is giving a fraternity
formal at the chapter house from
9 p.m. to midnight, chaperoned by
Dr. William M. Brace and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles O'Connor.
Delta Tau Delta and Phi Gamma
Delta are entertaining at a joint for-
mal at the Huron Hills Country Club
from 9 p.m. to midnight. The dance
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Raab of Ann Arbor and Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Howland of Detroit.
Gamma Phi Beta is having a for-
mal dance at the chapter house
from 9 p.m. to midnight. Chaperons

Campus Groups Give Parties,
Entertain At Weekend Dances

will be Mr. and Mrs. Russell How-
land, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stubbins
and Mrs. Martha Wentworth.
Kappa Delta will give a spring for-
mal at the Barton Hills Country Club
from 9 p.m. to midnight chaperoned
by Mrs. Lewis Kniskern and Mr. and
Mrs. Marion McArtor.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is holding
a spring formal from 9 p.m. to mid-
night with Prof. and Mrs. Palmer
Throop and Mr. and Mrs. Matt
Mann chaperoning.
Pi Lambda Phi has planned a pic-
nc on the Island followed by a
record dance at the fraternity house.
The affair will be chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. S. G. Bothman and Dr.
and Mrs. M. Goldhauer.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is giving a
dinner dance from 6:30 p.m. to
midnight at the chapter house.
Sigma Phi is giving a dinner dance
at the chapter house from 7 p.m. to
midnight chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
B. R. Dooge, Sr., of Grand Rapids and
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Berg, also of
Grand Rapids.
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be the last Senior Ball for the dura-
tion of the war, we want it to be the
best that Michigan has ever had,"
Lee Cleary, '42, and Robert Getts,
'43E, tickets co-chairmen said. "This
statement is the rule by which the
committeemen are governing their
activities in planning this dance," ac-1
cording to Collins.
While plans have been made for a
nautical theme and an outdoor dance
floor, further particulars will be dis-
closed in the near futur'e, announced
Phoebe Power, '42A, decorations
Officers Announced j
Theta Sigma Phi announces the
election of new officers: Jane Wright,
'43, president; Mary Ellen Carney,
'43, vice-president; Constance Byers,
'43, secretary-treasurer, and Ann An-
ielewski, '43, keeper of the archives.
Frozen (?) Northland
CAMDEN, N. J., April 30.-(A')---
From his station in Iceland Private
Paul J. Parker wrote to his parents:
"The girls are very pretty and dress
moderately well. Please send a pants
The Parkers will see Ihat he gets

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&ngagemen ts
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. McCombs
of Detroit recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Jean,
to Harold F. Wood, Jr., '42E, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Wood of
Miss McComb, a graduate of]
Kingswood School, has set the datel
of the wedding for June 12. Mr.
Wood is a member of the Psi Upsilon
* * *
Thei marriage of Bernice Huesman
to Edward Gregory Nedwicki, '43M,
has been announced by the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton L.
Huesman of Virginia Park. The mar-
riage took place April 11, and the
couple are now living in Ann Arbor.
Mr. Nedwicki is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley G. Nedwicki of Detroit.
Norma Bennett of Cora, Pa., and
Claude Hulet, '42, of Pontiac, whose
engagement has been announced, will
be honored at a tea from 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. Sunday to be given in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League
by La Sociedad Hispanica. Miss Ben-
nett was vice-president of the club
in 1940-41, while Mr. Hulet is now
Prof. and Mrs. Hayward Keniston
will assist the couple in receiving fac-
ulty members of the romance lan-
guage department and other friends.

ment are inroducLion, thieme , chor-
ale, canon, cantus firmus, lento, and
The theme song for the radio pro-
grain will be the hymn, "Mater Mich-
igan," written by Don Plott, '44SM,
and Clarence Kolpsic, '42BAd.
Budget-Eyed Belles
Become Designers
Of Costume Gadgets
Fashion has been using kindergar-
ten beads with sport things this sea-
son. You can have fun stringing
I your own necklaces, bracelets, and
lapel fobs on leather thongs or gay
ribbon. Use up the ends of your knit-
ting yarn for amusing dolls to dangle
wherever you see fit, and don't over-
look the possibilities of leather and
felt scraps.
Though homemade jewelry is us-
ually most suited for informal occa-
sions it can be adapted for dressier
mornents. One of the most becom-
ing and "custom-made" evening en-
sembles any girl ever dreamed up
consisted of a midnight-blue sheer
formal and a hair ornament and lei
of cellophane sippers, cut small and
tipped with silver sealing wax.



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