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THE -MICHIGAN . LyYy
Ca duesnulMedical Bal,1o3e Held TdaI

Union

League Dance
Will Be Today
Bill Sawyer Will Feature New
Melodies At Informal Party
The medical students may be ex-
clusive with their Caduceus Ball butl
the League isn't and everyone is in-
vited to the Sweater Dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight today
in the ballroom.
The whole idea of the dance is to
get even with those medicine men
who have taken over the Union Ball-
room and who won't let an ordinary
civilian in. So Bill Sawyer has moved
his entire outfit over to the League
bandstand and will officiate there for
all who want a comfortable and in-
formal evening of dancing.
This is the second annual Sweater
Dance--the first was held last year
on the same night as Caduceus and
in the same place with Leroy Smith
and his band playing. It is being
presented solely and especially for
those not attending Caduceus.
According to Sawyer, anything
from sloppy sweaters and shoes with-
out nails to regular date clothes will
do as everything will be most infor-
mal-a relief after the formality of
J-Hop.
Also, Sawyer has whipped up some
new arrangements all of which will
be offered for the first time today.
Lou Hurd, '42SM, that blond-headed
master of the ivories, will torture the,
boogie bugs in "Death of Boogie
Woogie" and the Quartet will give out
some of that smooth harmony with
"My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean."
Another new arrangement will be
"Autumn Nocturne" and Al Burt's
new tune "Prelude To A Bluebook"
will have its initial audition.
SLACKS
Wool slacks in brown, grey,
navy. Perfectly tailored.
$4.50 and $4.95
Gabardine Blouse
Perfectly tailored.
$1.49
Cotton Broadcloth
Short and longsleeve.
$1.00
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

Several Qroups
To Have Social
Functions Today
If you're not a doctor and in the
formal mood, or if you don't par-
ticularly care to slide back to your
high school days and head for the
League and the sweater dance, then
you'd better compromise and go to a
fraternity party. If you're not in-
vited, we don't quite know how you'll,
solve your problem.
Abe Lincoln Cooperative will hold
a party from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
today. Mr. A. J. Jobin and Mr. John
F. Shepard will chaperon the affair.
Alpha Tau Omega will hold a dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight today at
the chapter house. Chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wikel and
Lieut. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson.
Phi Delta Epsilon will hold open
house from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
today at the chapter house. Dr. and
Mrs. I. D. Rosenman of Detroit and
Mrs. Fannie Stein, also of Detroit,
will be chaperons.
A radio dance will be held by Phi
Delta Theta from 9 p.m. to midnight,
today at the chapter house. Chap-
erons will be Col. and Mrs. W. A.
Ganoe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Solar
and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crary.
Bomber-Scholarship
Party To Be Today
At Abe Lincoln Co-Op
A "Bomber-Scholarship" party for
the initiation of a scholarship fund
for students who have left school to
join the armed forces will be held to-
night at the Abe Lincoln Cooperative
House at 802 Packard St.
It is the plan of the cooperative to
start this fund which will be main-
tained in the form of defense bonds
until the end of the war when needy
students return from the Army or
Navy to finish their interrupted
studies.
The party which is open to all will
be held in honor of Arnold Reck-
nagel, '43, Nick Stampolis, '44, Jack
Hansma, '41, and Leum Tuck Wee,
'42, all of whom are ex-Abe Lincoln.
Cooperative members now serving in
the air corps.
Art Rude, '42, is chairman of the
affair.-

Sanders' Band
To Be Garbed
As Surgeons
Chairmen's Guests Are Listed;
Decorations To Depict Doctors'
Jobs In Wartime Emergencies
It's the turn of the doctors and
medics to "step out" en masse to
dance to the music of Joe Sanders'
orchestra at Caduceus, their annual
medical ball, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 12 p.m. today in the main
ballroom of the Union.
Co-chairman Robert Leitch, '42M,
and Donald Cooper, '42M, will attend
the dance with Ruth Schouwald of
Ann Arbor and Margaret Cram of
Detroit, while Marjorie Moody of
Grand Rapids will be with Howard
Schaubel, '42M, in charge of pa-
trons.
Guests Announced
Margot Thom, '42, will be the
guest of Armin Darmstaetter, '43M,
who is also responsible for patrons.
William Wright, Jr., '43M, and El-
dean Betz, '43M, who had the task
of selecting the orchestra, have asked
Jane Wynne of Iniaapo lisInt,(
and Helen Ilubinger, '42SN, to at-
tend with them.
Joanne Bouchard, '42, will be the
guest of Logan Horis, '42M, who ar-
ranged for programs and for the
ticket sale. Decorations chairman
William Ver Hey, '42M,will be there
with Adelia Beeuwkes, Grad.
His assistants, Edward Nedwicki,
'43M, William White, '43M, and
Charles O'Brien, '43M, will have as
their guests Bernice Huesman of De-
troit, Mollie Cole of Ann Arbor, and
Marjorie Strand of Dearborn, re-
spectively. Betty Lowry, '44SN, will
attend as the guest of George Schai-
berger, '42M, who is in charge of
publicity.
Galens To Be There
Other non-committee members of
Galens, medical honor society which
is the traditional sponsor of Cadu-
ceus, who will be present include
Charles B. Tolle, '42M, and Mrs.
Tolle, Robert T. Murphy, '42M, and
Mrs. Murphy. Robert Mercer, '43M,
and Mrs. Mercer, and Karel Slat-
meyer, '43M, and Mrs. Slatmeyer.
Galens president SylvestersO'Con-
ner, '42M, will have as his guest
Martha Pennanen of Detroit, while
Eleanore Tillou, Grad., will attend
with Thomas Reed, '43M. Marjorie
Fisher of Ann Arbor will be with
Philip Gordy, '43M, while Winston
Hall, '44M, has asked Constance
Kaufmann of Toledo, O.
Other Guests
Howard Kaiser, '44M, will attend
with Paula Bates of Detroit, Anna
Kay Pease, '42SN, will be the guest
of . Ralph Bittinger, '43M, and Laurie
Higgins, '42M, has asked Pauline
Griffin of Detroit. Charles Ander-
son, '43M, will have Dorothy Larson,
'43SM, as his guest.
Decorations for Caduceus will be
in the form of murals, keeping up
with the times, which will depict
the job of doctors in meeting war-
time emergencies. Cartoons in cari-
cature of various mefbers of the
me'dical faculty and the Hospital
staff, the work of Mary Lou Cum-
mings, illustrator at University Hos-
pital, will be displayed. The Cadu-
ceus symbol, the serpent-entwined
and winged-tipped staff of Mercury,
combined with the Galens key, will
be flashed on a screen above the
bandstand.
Sanders To Play
All dressed up to carry out the
medical theme to make the doctors
feel right at home will be Joe San-

ders and his orchestra, garbed for
the occasion in surgical caps and
gowns. Appearing with the band as
vocalist will be Blanche LaBow.
Admission to Caduceus will be
limited to patrons, doctors and med-
ical. students.
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the
ushering committee for the Junior
Girls Play at 4:30 p.m. today in
the League. All members of the
junior class who wish to serve on
this committee and who have not
reported before are asked to at-
tend the meeting. If eligibility
cards have not already been ob-
tained, please attend to it today
and bring them.

Co-Chairmen, Guests To Lead Dance

Student Tutors Needed By League
All women interested in tutoring I

through the League Tutorial System,
and who have a B standing or better,
in the subject they wish to tutor,
may leave their names, addresses and
telephone numbers on a slip of paper
in the Tutorial box in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
A list of the subjects in which they

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are qualified to tutor should also be
included with the other information.
For further information, women may
call Betty Bailie, '42. at 2-5618. Tutors
are paid at the rate of 25 cents an
hour, and are badly needed in all
subjects, said Miss Bailie.
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The English
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Margaret Cram (extreme right), will be escorted by Monald Cooper
(extreme left); Robert Leitch and Ruth Schonwald (center) will atteiml
together.
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With springtime not too far away,
most of us are planning on a new
suit. The growing defense spirit will
influence many styles; so let's be
prepared to see civilian copies of
air-raid warden outfits.
However, for campus, classic
tweeds and plaids will predominate.
The long-tailored jacket, with vent
in back, promises todremain popular
way past college days. Matching
pleated skirts are usually the campus
choice. Choosing each seperately al-
lows interchange 'of colors and an
additional serviceable outfit.
.Buttons On Side
The newest version of the man's
jacket buttons on the opposite side
and reaches below the hip line. Ig-
nore any curious questions as to
whether you borrowed your boy-
friend's spare jacket.
'Take a checkup this spring in hip-
length that looks neatest with a prim
turnover collar and top button. Sin-
Bobby Pin Shortage
Is Seen As Future
Calamity To Women
Bend down, girls, and pick up those
bobby pins, because it won't be long
before those insignificant little ob-
jects will seem like precious gold to
the feminine sex. These useful neces-
sities are just one of the many items
which we will not be able to buy for
some time.
Paper of practically any size, shape'
or color is greatly needed in many
industries of national defense. It's..
the old story that every little bit
counts. A large box should be set up
in every campus residence in which
waste paper may be collected. If
notified, either the Ann Arbor Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce or the
Salvation Army will pick up the
gathered paper once a month.
A suggestion that might be offered
is to restrict the gathered material to
large pieces of paper, and to big
boxes which are taken apart and
flattened out.. This helps keep the
receptor box from overflowing too
quickly.
Tinfoil and cellophane are also of
use to the government for different
kinds of production. It's*no longer
funny to take a few extra lumps of
sugar for a souvenir from that little
place on the corner or from that
swank night club. The whole nation
must conserve sugar and here's a
chance for all of us to really show
that we can be resourceful and
thrifty.

gle-pleated skirts are the popular
choice. Mad plaids started their
vogue last year and continue in full
force for '42. Flap pockets and four
button jackets pair off with kick-
pleated skirts.
A check and tweed outfit with
tie-belt jacket is featured on a fash-
ion magazine cover this month. The
contrasting blouse and accessories
add that certain pep to a classical
outfit.
Pastels Are Tonic
Pastels prove the right tonic to
brighten winter-weary wardrobes.
These are neat under a fur coat and
will serve triple purpose for spring,
winter and cool summer days.
Choose them with long jackets and
all-around pleated skirts.
Are you looking for a dressy ver-
sion? Pastels guarantee attention in
a cutaway jacket with colorful but-
tons. Flaired or dirndl skirts in
matching light color add the finish-
ing dress line.
Contrasting botany wool outfits
provide a note of gaiety for warmer
weather.
First Dancing Class
Of Semester To Be
Tuesday At League
The first League Dancing Class of
this semester will be held Tuesday,
Feb. 24. The beginning class will
begin at 7:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.,
the intermediate class from 8:30 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m. and a practice period will
be held from 9:30 p.m. until 10 p.m.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social
director of the League, and Miss Bar-
bara McIntyre, will aid in instruction
of the dancing. There is a charge
of $3 for eight lessons for men, while
women receive the lessons free.
NOTICE
All eligible women interested in
becoming hostesses for the League
Dance Classes may call Betty
Johnson, '42Ed, at 4441.
Beginning classes are held Tues-
day night from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m., intermediate from 8:30 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m. and a practice period
from 9:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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