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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Annual InterfraternityBall To Be HeldTonight

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hic Webb's
14Piece Band
jams, Philips, Their
tests Will Lead Grand
arch At 11 pm.

Guests Of Tonight's

Grand March Leaders

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The grand march of the Interfra-
ternity Ball will take place at 11 p.m.
today and will be led by Paul Philips,
'36, general chairman of the ball, and
his guest, Edith Merickel, '36, to-
gether with George R. Williams, '36,
who will have as his guest Miss Eliz-
abeth Field of Rochester, N.Y.
Chic Webb and his 14 piece orches-
tra Will be an attractive feature of
the ball. This is the first time they
have been heard on this campus,
their headquarters being at the Cot-
ton Club in New York City.
Earl Morrow, '37, chairman of the
floor committee will be present with
Marian Bell, while George Cosper, '37,
chairman of the ticket committee will
have as his guest Jean Keinath, '37.
Eleanor Peschke, '38, will attend with
Frank Simes, '37, chairman of pa-
trons and patronesses. Mary Louise
Willouby, '37, will accompany John
Mann, '37, who is in charge of fa-
vors.
.The orchestra will stop playing at
1 a.m., and women will be expected
to keep the 1:30 a.m. hour as usual.
A capacity crowd is insured as the
tickets were sold out 10 days ago,
and despite the repeated opportuni-
ties to increase the sale, the commit-
tee refused to issue more than the
original quota, explaining that the
capacity' of the ballroom would not
be taxed.
PI BETA PHI
The members of Pi Beta Phi held
a tea yesterday afternoon at the
chapter house in honor of their new
chaperone, Mrs. Marguerite Turner.
Mrs. A. E. White, Mrs. Warren Cook,
Miss Mary Fitzpatrick, and Miss Jan-
ice Rice poured. Mrs. Homer Heath
and Mrs. C. L. Jamison received. '
The tables were decorated with
centerpieces of white mums and red
roses, and white tapers.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Theta Phi Alpha sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Florence
Keavin, '39, Elmira, N. Y., Gene;
Wharton, '39, Bradford, Pa., and
Katherine Burns, '39, Ann Arbor.
Patsy Morganthaler, Spec., was in
charge of the annual Hallowe'en'
party held by the sorority last night.
Entertainment -consisted of a skit
given by the pledges.
ALUMNAE HOUSE
Alumnae House will hold an in-
formal radio party Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Montee, Mrs. S. Preston
and Mrs. L. A. Wikel will chaperone
the affair.
Hallowe'en decorations will be used.
Josephine Montee '38 is in charge of.
the dance.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Alumnae and other out of town
guests will be entertained at a home-
coming tea at the Delta Delta Delta
house on Saturday afternoon after
the game. Arrangements are in
charge of Louise Florez, '36, and
Catherine Marie Hall, '36.

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Edith Merickel, who is accompanying Paul Philips, and Elizabeth
Field, guest of George Williams, will lead the grand march of the In-
terfraternity Ball to be held tonight in the League Ballroom.

3 Dormitories
Hold Parties

JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY
All eligible junior women inter-
ested in working on a committee for
the Junior Girls' Play are to file

Many Dances
Scheduled For
Homecoming
Fraternities Entertain At
Formal Dinners Before
Ball Tonight
A big week-end is planned for
homecoming by various sororities and
fraternities on campus.
Zeta Psi is having a normal dinner-
dance Friday, having for its orches-
tra Wally Gail. Prof. and Mrs. John
M. Nickelson and former-Governor
and Mrs. William Comstock will act
as chaperones.
A formal dinner is being planned
by Sigma Phi Epsilon, to be held be-
fore the Interfraternity Ball. Wil-
liam Combe, '36, is acting as social
chairman and has invited Prof. and
Mrs. C. S. Kessler to be chaperones.
Theta Xi is also holding a formal
dinner before the ball. Mrs. David
C. Barnes is chaperoning the func-
tion. Russell Runquist, '36, is in
charge of the dinner.
Tau Kappa Alpha will hold an
informal open dance Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Gates and Mr.
and Mrs. C. Willson will act as chap-
erones.
Phi Sigma Kappa is giving a closed
informal homecoming dance Satur-
day night. The dance will be a Hal-
lowe'en affair. Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Block and Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Freese
will chaperone. John Marley, '36, is
social chairman.
Chi Phi will be hosts at a closed
informal dance Saturday night. Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Bates will chaperone
the dance and Wayne Andreae, '37,
is in charge.
Alpha Kappa Kappa will enter-
tain at an open radio dance tomor-
row night. Dr. and Mrs. Clifford
Keene and Dr. and Mrs. Donald
Smith"will act as chaperones. Albert
Heutis, '36, is in charge.
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN
All sorority social chairmen are
to meet at 4:15 today at the League
to discuss the question of Cosmo-
politan night at the sororities with
Martha Steen, '36, chairman of the
social committee of the League.

St. Thomas Alumni

A Mi(vtian Chapter of the St.
Thomas College Alumni Association
was formed recently at a meeting held
by graduates of St. Thomas College,
Scranton, Pa. The Chapter is com-
posed of those graduates of St. Thom-
as College who are now following
graduate courses at the University.
The following executive officers
wvere elected for the year: Leonard
Gronfine, Grad., president, William
Farrell, Grad., vice president, Ralph
Winkler, Grad., secretary, and Erwin
Rottman, Grad., treasurer.

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Mosher, Jordan, Newberry
Residents Celebrate At
Dinner Last Night
Mosher, Jordan and Helen New-
berry dormitories gave Hallowe'en
parties last night.
Jordan Hall residents celebrated
Hallowe'en with a costume dinner.
All the guests were dressed in cos-
tumes to represent some movie star
in a particular role. Following the
dinner there was singing and dancing
in the drawing room, and a prize was
awarded for the most clever cos-
tume. Mary Staley, '39, entertained
with palmistry.
Arrangements for the party were in
charge of Rosemary Neuhaus, '37,
and Beth Turnbull, '37.
Mosher Holds Party
Mosher Hall carried out the theme
of a "kids party" in their Hallowe'en
celebration. All the residents were
dressed as children.
Following the dinner there was a
program in the drawing room, con-
sisting of: comic song and dance act,
by Margaret Meyers, '38; song by
Mary Jane Dennie, '38; reading by
Mary Jane Atlee, '38; Skit by Mar-
ian Sanders, '37; and Tap dance by
Edith Chubb, a guest of the dormitory
for the evening. The arrangements
for the party were in charge of Mar-
ian Sanders, '37.
Newberry Entertains
The residents of Helen Newberry
entertained several members of the
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It will be necessary for all jun-
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meet at 4:30 p.m. to consider the
petitions.
faculty for a formal dinner and a
short program.
The tables in the dining room were
decorated with orange candles and
yellow and bronze crysanthemums in
crystal appointments. The Hallowe'-
en motif was further carried out with
orange nut cups which also served as
place cards. Coffee was served in the
parlor. Miss Ruth Danielson, house
director, presided at the table. Elaine
Bubis, '39SM, Myra Hilpert, '37SM,
and Mary Adamski, '36SM, were in
charge of the musical program. Three
guests who drew the lucky pictures
were drawn in profile by Lillian Pol-
litzer, '39A.
The guests included Prof. and Mrs.
Louis Bredvold, Prof. and Mrs. Philip
Bursley, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Kendall,
Prof. and Mrs. John Bates, and Prof.
and Mrs. Raymond Wilder. Receiv-
ing the guests were Margaret Cutler,
'36, president, Mildred Shapley, '36,
Eileen McManus, '36, Betty Quarton,
'37, Betsy Anderson, '38, and the so-
cial chairman.

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