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cais today at 4:15 p.m. in Room D,
Alumni Memorial Hall. The title of
her lecture is: "Poitiers, Bijou du
Moyer-age" (illustrated).s
.Tickets for the series of lectures
may be procured from the secretary
of the Department of Romance Lafi-
guages (Room 112, Romance Lan-
guage Building) or at the door at the
time of the lecture for a small sum.
Holders of these tickets are entitled
to admission to all lectures, a small
additional charge being made for the
annual play.
These lectures are open to the gen-
eral public.
Events Today
The Research Club will meet in the
Rackham Amphitheatre tonight at
8:00. The papers to be read are:
"The Problem of the Fair Exchange,"
by Professor J. P. Dawson, and "The
Electron Microscope and Its Use in
Research," by Professor 0. S. Duffen-
Graduating Engineers-All Bran-
ches of Engineering: Ensign W. L.
Chewning of the Naval Aircraft Fac-
tory, Philadelphia, Pa., will inter-
view May and August graduates in
all branches of Engineering, today
in Room 3205 East Engineering
Building. Positions are available for
men interested in design, aerody-
(Continued on Page 6)

Skau Engagement
Announced Saturday
At Valentine Party
The engagement of Dorothea Skau,
'39, and Albert J. Anderson of Grand
Rapids and Tell City, Ind., was an-
nounced by Mrs. Katherine Skau of
Ann Arbor, at a Valentine party given
at her home. Not date was set for
the wedding.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mrs. Skau and the late Mr. C. B.
Skau. She is employed in the De-
partment of Engineering Research of
the University.
Mr. Anderson, son of Mrs. J. L.
Baird of Grand Rapids and the late
Mr. Anderson, received his bache-
lor's degree from Michigan State Col-
lege in 1939 and his master's from
the University last June.
Committee To Meet
A meeting of the Theatre Arts Ush-
ering committee will be held at 4
p.m. today in the game room of the
League for all persons who are eligi-
ble and who wish to work on this
committee, Alvira Sata, '42, chair-
man, announced. The committee1
ushers for all Children's Theatre
Plays and Art Cinema movies.
League To Interview
Women who have petitioned for
Jordan assistantships are asked by
the League Council to come for
their interviews from 3:30 p.m. to
5 p.m. today, rather than tomor-
row, if it is at all possible.


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Seniors, Public,
Ft. Custer Men
To See Show
'No Questions Asked' Offers
Parts To All Eligible Women;
Will Be Presented In March
Tryouts for "No Questions Asked,"
this year's Junior Girls' Play, which
will be presented in March for the
benefit of the seniors, the soldiers at
Camp Custer and the general public,
will be held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
today and tomorrow in the Kalama-
zoo and Game Rooms of the League.
All junior women may try out for
either speaking or singing parts in
JGP, providing they are eligible, and
all those who do try out will be given
some part in the cast. The central
committee hopes that all junior
women will come out to work on
their class project.1
Those interested in solo or speak-
ing parts should come anytime be-
tween 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. today for
auditioning, while those who wish to
be in dance or singing choruses may
also come at the same hours tomor-
row. Each woman will be given the
opportunity to look over a group of
typical scripts from -which she may
select the part which she wishes to
read for her audition.
Everyone who wishes to partici-
pate in JGP must have completed a
health recheck and class dues must
be paid in order to try out today.
Dues will be collected at the tryouts
and eligibility cards, which must be
presented, will be signed for League
Anyone who has not .previously
signed up to work on any JGP com-
mittee may do so at this time.
Tryouts will be called back by
Mary Ellen Wheeler, director in
charge of the production, who will
make the final selection of the cast
for "No Questions Asked."
Patrons Chosen
By Medical Men
For Annual Ball
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
head the list, of those who have been
asked by Galens, medical honor so-
ciety, to serve as patrons for Cadu-
ceus, the annual Medical Ball, which
will be held Friday in the main ball-
room of the Union with Joe Sanders
and his orchestra providing the mu-
Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
A. C. Furstenburg, Dean and Mrs.
Frederick G. Novy, and Dean and
Mrs. Walter B. Rea will also act as
patrons as will Dr. and Mrs. John
Alexander, Dr. and Mrs. Carl E.
Badgley, Dr. and Mrs. James D.
Bruce, and Dr. and Mrs. Carl D.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Coller
Dr. and Mrs. F. Bruce Fralick, Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Gesell, Dr. and Mrs.
H. A. Haynes, Dr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Hodges, Dr. and Mrs. Vindent C
Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Kerli-
kewski, Dr. and Mrs. Norman R
Kretzschman, Dr. and Mrs. Howard
B. Lewis, Dr. and Mrs. Walter G
Dr. and Mrs. Rollo McCotter, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles F. McKhann, Dr
and Mrs. Norman F. Miller, Dr. and
Mrs. Reed M. Nesbit, Dr. and Mrs
L. H. Newburgh, Dr, and Mrs. Brad-
ley M. Patten, Dr. and Mrs. M. M
Peet, Dr. and Mrs. H. Mervin Pol
lard, Dr. ,and Mrs. Maurice Seevers
Dr. and Mrs. Malsom Soule, Dr. and

Mrs. Ralph G. Smith, Dr. and Mrs
Cyrus C. Sturges, Dr. and Mrs. Harry
A. Towsley, Dr. and Mrs. John Sund-
wall, Dr. and Mrs. Carl V. Weller and
Dr. and Mrs. Udo J. Wite.
JGP Announcement
Tickets committee meeting will
be at 4 p.m.,today, instead of 4:30
as announced in the .O.B. This
meeting is very important and
please be prompt.
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'WAAntics E
Onward through the lovely slush finals which were to be played after h
which carpets the streets and side- vacation; but now they are being
walks, and over to Barbour Gym completed by Saturday and scores
where the schedule for the badmin- will be averaged and the .winner
ton tournament is posted, let's go! determined in this manner.
Novice, advanced singles and wo-
men's doubles tourneys have been WAA Board is going in for. de-
drawn up and placed out for all to fense in a big way as anyone who
attends the First Aid classes can
see. So, if you have signed up for plainly see. Last week we saw Don-
one of these, find out when you are elda Schiable, leader of her clan,
to play, as every available space is taking notes industriously, with Ger-
being used these days for defense trude Inwood, Ginny Frey, Mary
courses; therefore, every person must Haydn, Mary Lou Curran, and Eliz-
abeth Mahlman very much present,
use the time set aside for her. Nancy Griffin is taking Advanced
F M *First Aid, having doubled up and
Whether you are aware of it or dompleted First Aid and Home Nurs-
not, the table tennis tournament ing last semester. And with a D for
has started in each house. Every Defense we'll say so-long until soon
girl who has signed up for the again.
tournament is to arrange matches
with other girls within her house Parents Announce
and play the games by Feb. 28. A
duplicate copy of the list of girls Daughters Betrothal
who will play must be turned in to
Barbour Gymnasium immediately, To Fort Custer Man
if it hasn't already been submit-
ted. At a luncheon given yesterday in
Semi-finalists in each house will their home, Prof. and Mrs. Walter E.
then hie themselves on to the campus Lay announced the engagement of
tournament which will begin March their daughterShirleL '42to
2 and the ultimate winner will thus ' Sry ay, ,
be determined. "Ping-pong" (as the Lt. John C. Bayless, '41, of Fort Cus-
elite table-tennisites resent having ter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
the sport called) equipment at the Bayless, of South Bend, Ind.
gym and at the Women's Athletic The bride-elect is a graduate of
Building will receivea rush from Tebieeeti rdaeo
now on, as those houses who don't Gulf Park College at Gulfport, Miss.
possess apparatus of their own may She is a member of Gamma Phi Beta
use that belonging to the University. Sorority and of the social committee
* * * of the League, also serving on the
The feminine Robin Hoods will summer session League Council.
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in Water- Lt. Bayless, now in a tank destroyer
man Gym. Even if you have never
shot an arrow before, and are only battalion at Camp Custer, received
a prospective "cupid" you will be his degree of bachelor of science in
welcome. Only prerequisites are geology from the University last
interest, and arrows, as all other June. He is a member of Scabbard
equipment is furnished. Novelty
shooting and tournaments are in and Blade, national honor society
the offing as part of this season's for cadet officers in the ROTC; and
program. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, honorary
professional fraternity in geology;
Bowlers are holding a team tour- and while on campus was a member
nrament between houses, organized o h nvriyo ihgnBn
into 67 teams of three people each. of the University of Michigan Band
It is up to the house manager, petite and of the Michiganensian staff.
Dorisann Hendricks, manager, said,
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Dr. Bell To Speak
Dr. Margaret Bell will address the
iwanis Club tomorl'ow noon at the
[art Hotel in Battle Creek. Her
,ubject is to be the "Physical Fit-
ess Program of the Office of Civil-
an Defense." The program, a func-
Jon of the Office of Civilian Defense
eaded by Mr. James M. Landis. is
nder the direction of Mr. John Kelly
nd Miss Alice Marble.

There will be a
house presidents at
the Grand Rapids
League. Attendance

meeting of all
5 p.m. today in
Room of the
is compulsory.



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Meetings Announced
WAA Board will meet at 4:45 p.m.
tomorrow in the League Council
Room. Members must bring their
signed eligibility cards.




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