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Medical Ball

Engagement Announced.

I To Feature'
Greek Theme
Dance To Be Held
In Union Tonight
Caduceus Ball, annual medical
w school and University hospital
staff dance, will be held from 9:30
p:m. to 1 a.m. today in "The Tem-
pies of 'Aescalapius" erected in the
Union Ballroom.
The original temples of Aesca-
lapius played an important part in
the history of medicine. The an-
cient Greeks and Romans wor-
shipped Aescalapius as the god of
healing and they believed that
those -who entered his temples
Would be cured of their ills.
* * *
THIS YEAR'S Caduceus Ball
will carry out this classical theme
gf the worship of Aescalapius. The
ballroom will be decorated to re-
semble an ancient temple.
Columns bearing toga-clad
caricatures and other appropri-
ate decorations will add to the
classical atmosphere. Members
of Frank Tinker's orchestra, who
will provide music for the dance,
will be suitably dressed in togas.
Several skits will be given dur-
ing intermission by members of
the Galens, the honorary medical
society which is sponsoring the
dance.
CADUCEUS BALL is an all-
campus semi-formal dance. Tick-
ets may be purchased from Galens
members or at the Galens news
stand.
Medical school professors and
department heads at the Uni-
versity Hospital will be patrons.
Lloyd Wiegerink and Bill Wil-
kinson are co-chairmen of the
dance. Other committee chairmen
members are George Reynolds,
Leo Cunningham, Douglas Erick-
son, John Zimmerman, Howard
Van Oosten, Dou las Gillim and
Don Griffith.
Campus-wide 1:30 a.m. permis-
sion for women has been granted.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4).
Is on exhibit in the rotunda of the
University Museums Bldg.
Bowling: University women stu-
dents and guests (men and
women) may bowl for a small fee
on the Women's Athletic Building
alleys at the following hours:
Tues, and Thurs., 7:30 to 9:30
p.m.
Fri., 7:30 to 11 p.m.
Please use North Entrance to
building.
Hawaii Club: Business meeting,
7:30 p.m., Rooms K, L, M, N, Un-
ion. Refreshments.
I.Z.F.A. - Executive Council
meeting, 4:15 p.m., Union.
Graduate Outing Club: Meeting,
7:15 p.m. at Rackham, or 7:30 p.-
m. in the IM building lobby, for
swimming, and volleyball. Bring
appropriate equipment.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15 to
4:30 p.m., 'League Cafeteria. All
students and faculty members in-
vited.
CED:Meeting, 4:15 p.m., Un-
ion.

Delta Sigma Pi: Business Me-
ing, 7:30 p.m., 1212 Hill.
Coming Events
Saturday Luncheon Discussion,
12:15 p.m., Lane Hall. Dean Wil-
liam Hawley, Divinity School, Uni-
versity of Chicago. Make reserva-
tions by Friday, 6 p.m., Lane Hall.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
"Hatchet Hop," Lane Hall, Sat.,
Feb. 25, 9 p.m. Admission free.
Refreshments. Everyone welcome.
Michigan. Gothic Film Society:
Meeting, Mon., Feb. 27, 8 p.m.,
Rackham Amphitheater. Feature-
length French comedy, "The Ital-
ian Straw Hat" (1927, Rene Clair).
Members may bring guests pro-
vided arrangements are made in
advance with either president
Hampton or treasurer Whan, ext.
2784.
The Residence Staff Institute,
Spring, 1950, for staff members of
women's residence halls, sororities
and League houses, will be held in
the League, Wednesday mornings,
March 1, 8, 15, and 22 at 10 a.m.
General topic of all meetings:
"Group Living."
Sociedad Hispanica: Open house,
International Center. Sat.. Feb.

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BETROTHED-Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Isbell of Plymouth have an-
nounced the engagement of their daughter, Patricia, to David C.
Spies, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Spies of Warren, Pa. Miss Isbell
is a junior in the literary college and is a member of Alpha Xi
Delta sorority. My. Spies was graduated from the literary college
last June.
Patent Leather Accessories
To Highlight Spring Fashions

n le oude
By PAT BROWNSON
Last weekend's social lag has picked up this week despite the
continuation of fraternity and sorority rushing as a crowd of gang-
sters, gamblers, cowboys and capitalists prepare todescend on campus.
"THE PADDLE PRANCE," semi-formal dance planned by Zeta
Beta Tau's pledge class, is slated for tomorrow. Decorations and fav-
ors will be based on a pledgeship theme.
The living room ceiling will be completely covered with white
balloons except for a large ZBT made with blue balloons in the center.
CHICAGO HOUSE residents will spend an evening of square and
social dancing tomorrow.
"THIS IS TO YOUR CREDIT" is the name selected for Tau Delta
Phi's capitalist party tomorrow. All the capitalists of the world will be
reunited. Even J. Pierpont Morgan will be resurrected especially for
the Occasion. Entertainment will be a symposium on "What To Do
With Your Money."
Topics to be discussed are: "What To Do With Labor," "Are You
In the Red," and "Two To Make Money." Decorations will include
money, gold, ledgers and pictures of famous capitalists. Guests will
dress in their riesest and gaudiest clothes.
NOTHING will be safe at the Delta Chi house tomorrow when all
sorts of gangsters from cattle rustlers to bank robbers congregate for
an evening of reminiscing. An opium den will be one of the featured
attractions.
PHI DELTA PHI will have a dual celebration Sunday evening
when they commemorate the end of the Mardi Gras and the begin-
ning of the Lenten season. No cigarettes will be allowed since so many
members have given them up for Lent.
JORDAN HALL will entertain some of the residents of Chicago
House at an informal record dance tonight.
A DIXIELAND PARTY, carrying out a roaring twenties theme,
will be in progress at the Lambda Chi Alpha house. Root beer will be
served at a blind pig. Clyde House's band will provide the musical
side.
"COLLEGE IS PEACHY" is the cry of Zeta Psi members as they
prepare for a party tomorrow based on that theme.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON'S gambling casino will begin operation to-
morrow when guests try their luck at winning refreshments. Jumbo
size playing cards and dice will decorate the house.
A DISPLAY of student art work is to be exhibited at the student-
faculty tea from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Alpha Rho Chi. All students
and faculty members of the architecture school are invited.
'* * * *
PHI RHO SIGMA has slated a buffet supper before Caduceus Ball
tonight. Professor Bentley, profecsor of surgery from Newcastle, Eng-
land, will be a special guest.
* * * *
CHI PHI'S "cowboy formal" will take place tomorrow. The living
room will be converted'into a barn where square dancing is to be
called by Bruce Edwards. Cider will be served.
ENTERTAINMENT at Delta Tau Delta's party tomorrow will in-
clude a dixieland band and a quartet. Refreshments will consist of
hot chocolate and doughnuts.
* * * *
FACULTY MEMBERS, alumni, parents and other guests will at-
tend Kappa Nu's official housewarming Sunday afternoon.
HOUSES PLANNING record dances tomorrow are: Delta Sigma
Delta, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and
Sigma Chi. Delta Sigma Phi will hold a record dance tonight.
You can't he too 'TAL...
or too... SMALL for your
proportionate-size skirts hy

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Plans for Michigras will roll
ahead today as letters*are sent to
all organizations on campus, in-
viting them to petition for booth
space in 'the gigantic carnival.
Any campus group-house, resi-
dence, honorary or club-may sub-
mit booth ideas, according to Hal
Sperlich, booth chairman. "When
we get all the suggestions togeth-
er, we'll select the ones with the
best and most fully worked-out
plans, and. allot them space," he
announced.
Yost Field House, where the Car-
nival will be held April 21 and 22,
will accommodate only 50 booths,
Sperlich estimated. Remembering
the competition between the var-
ious student organizations during
the 1948 Michigras, he said, "It's
going to b'e a hard job picking out
the best petitions."
To give fuller instruction to or-
ganizatiorfs in making up their

petition, Sperlich and co-chair-
man Marg Kennedy will meet the
representatives from each group
at 4 p.m. 'March 1 in Rm. 3Dof
the Union.
Deadline for submitting peti-

tions is March 10. Houses
notified as to aceptance t
lowing week. "All kinds of
-conventional and origin
needed for the carnival," S
said,

Campus Groups To Petition
For Booth Space at Michigras

Vs iting

Dean To Tour Dorm

Miss Marjorie C. Smith, Deanj
of Women at Syracuse University,
will visit the New Women's Resi-
dence Hall and other parts of theJ
campus today.1
There will be a meeting of the
publicity committee for Assem-
bly Ball at 4 p.m. today in the
publicity room of the League.
Those who have not already
turned in their eligibility cards,
are urged to bring them to the
met

Miss Smith is coming I
campus to visit the New
dence since Syracuse Uni
is constructing a similar
tory.

Miss Smith and Miss ]
drew, resident adviser
cuse, will be entertain
night at the New Residei
C. Bromage, Associate
'Women, ljas invited reĀ°
tives of the Michigan
halls program to have lu
the two guests.

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Every Remaining Winter Coat
Now Priced LESS Than Half Price!
A dramatic winter season wind-up - coats brought from our other stores
and priced to sell on the spot! A mere fraction of their original price!
FUR TRIMMED COATS

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By MARGE REUBENE,
Patent leather, associated with
every spring, will dominate fash-
ion headlines at the sign of 1950's
first robin.
Especially noted in millinery
circles will be something new in
hats; pert black straw with a
touch of patent trim across the
crown.
* * *
SHINY PATENT will gleam
from every accessory of the new-
est Easter outfit. Combined with
checks in suits and coats, this
duet has won the favor of most
fashion experts.
Purses will be of assorted
shapes and sizes but patent
again will dominate. One New
York designer advocates . his
large pyramid-pouch bag, clos-
ed by draw strings and worn
with the ever-popular checked
suit.
Another favorite will be in a
rectangular box-shape. Plaid lin-
ed, it has a zipper-top and button-
on shoulder-strap.
*P * *
SHOES WILL also reflect the
patent leather influence. Promi-
nent styles will feature the san-
dal-type high heeled shoe, to be
worn for any "dress-up" occasion.
For street wear, designers advo-
cate a severly cut patent pump
with all-over stitching for added
interest.

Not even gloves have escaped
this shiny trend for the newest
style is a black patent cuff on
cotton "shorty" gloves.
Stylists have revived a former
vogue of black patent belts to
adorn and add to the charm of
casual dresses. Very wide belts
will take an especially prominent
place in the spotlight this spring.
S* . *
Again mating checks and patent,
another designer combines a tiny
checked dress, buttoned from col-
lar to hem with patent-covered
buttons and further entranced by
a wide belt matching the buttons.
The belt widens in front and back
and buckles at the side.
1WAA Notices
Basketball Club - Teams will
be chosen for the Army-Navy
game and practice will continue
at the regular 4 p.m. meeting to-
day in Barbour Gym.
Michifish Club - The Thursday
night group will meet at 9 a.m.
tomorrow at the Union for a group
rehearsal.
Badminton Club - Members of
the coed and the co-recreational
club will meet together at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in Barbour Gym.

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and tweeds ... see these coat beauties during this complete sell-out. Junior, Misses
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UNTRIMMED COATS
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Final clean-up of all year-'round wool gabardine zip coats. Hundreds were sold at
much higher prices! Junior and Misses sizes.
DRESSES
Marked Down to a New Low Price
Fashion-favorites you wear now and love, priced so low you'll want to buy several.

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