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G Grand March
Will Climax
Annual Dance
Emerson Gill's Orchestra
Will Play; Six Ushers
Are Announced
Promptly at 11:30 p.m. tomorrow.
the grand march of the annual Pan-
hellenic Ball given by sorority women
will commence with Sue Thomas, '36,
chairman, leading the line of march
with her fiance, George Lawton, '35.
Following them will be the other
members of the central 'committee
and their guests including: Barbara
Bates, 36, and James Wiles, '36, Dor-
othy Sprau, '36, and Bob Langford,
'36, Barbara Coventry, 36, and Fred
Norton, '36.
Mary Lambie, '37, and Bob McKee-
ver, '38M; Marion Saunders, '36, and
O'Neil Dillon, '36BAd., Betty Anne
Beebe, '37, and John Patterson, '36M,
Kathryn Rietdyk, '36, and George
Wanty, '36, and Charlotte Rueger, '37,
and Richard Hershey, '37.
Ushers Named
Ushers for the ball will be: Charles
'Greening, '36, Thomas Kleene, '36,
Reed Hartz, '37E, George Duffy, '38L,
Tyler Carlisle, '38L, and Kenneth
Holmes, '38L.
A fall color scheme will be used as
the predominant note in the decora-
tions for the ball. The orchestra
platform is to be surrounded by a
small hedge of huckleberry greens
with large vases of chrysanthemums
in soft autumn shades accenting the
background of the same greens.
Emerson Gill and his nationally-
known ten-piece band of Detroit, has
been contracted to play for the ball.
Gill will bring,14is orchestra from the
Cocktail Lounge of Hotel Webster
Hall where he has been filling an
engagement. During his stay in De-
troit, Gill has become one of the most
popular band leaders in the Middle-
Singer Is Featured
Coming with Gill will be Marion
Mann, radio and novelty singer, with
a host of other special entertainers.
Gill made his first Ann Arbor appear-
ance when he played for the Senior
Ball in 1934. At that time he won
popular campus acclaim.
Two-thirty permission has been
granted to enable the women to hold
the traditional breakfasts after the
ball. These are to be held in the
various sorority houses or the League.
A complete sell-out of the tickets
for the ball was announced by Miss
Beebe last Monday. They were placed
on sale a week and a half ago.
List Of Patrons
Patrons and patronesses for the
ball are: President and Mrs. Alexan-
der G. Ruthven, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus,
Dean arid Mrs. James B. Edmon-
son, Dean and Mrs. Wilbur R. Hum-
Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph Winnacker, Miss Ethel
A. McCormick, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Miss Jeanette
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waltz,
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph Aigler, Prof.
and Mrs. Robert Angell, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Wilson and Prof. Laurie
Pledge Formal Is Held
By Medical Fraternity
Rollin Silfies' orchestra played for
the Phi Chi medical fraternity's
pledge formal last night. Pledges
honored were James C. Cook, '39M,
Elvin Keeton, '38M, August Lied-
mann, '38M, Walter Pool, '38M, Leon-
ard A. Poznak, '39M, Robert Rickert,

'39M, Edward Shumaker, '39M, Mah-
lon Sharp, '39M, John D. Schmaltz,
'39M, Walworth Slenger, '39M, Glenn
Smith, '38M, Louis Staudt '39M, and
George Wynn, '38M.
The party was arranged by George
T. Booth, '37M. Chaperones were Dr.
and Mrs. Bruce Frolick and Dr. and
Mrs. Reed Nesbit.
here To Go
Theatres: Wuerth, "Page Miss
Glory" with Marion Davies and
"Women Wanted" with Maureen
O'Sullivan; Majestic, "Dr. Socrates"
with Paul Muni; Michigan, "It's In
the Air' with Jack Benny ; Whitney,
"The Irish In Us" with Pat O'Brien
and "Scarface" with Paul Muni.
Art Cinema League: "La Mater-
nelle" with Madeleine Renaud, 8:15
p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Exhibitions: Batiks and block
prints made and designed by stu-
dents in Decorative Design, 9 a.m. to
6 p.m., Architectural Building.

To Lead Grand March At Panhellenic Ball


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N ame Patroiis
For Assembly
Banquet Dec. 2
More Than 500 Women
Are Expected To Attend
Independent Event
Patrons and patronesses for the
second annual Assembly Banquet to
be held Monday in the ballroom of
the League, were announced by Aud-
rey Talsma, '36, chairman, late last
The list includes: President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Dean and
Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. Wilbur Humphreys, Dean Alice
C. Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Perry, Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacher, Dr. Margaret Bell.
Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Mr. and
Mrs. Donald H. Haines, Mrs. Lucille
Conger, Mrs. Martha L. Ray, Miss
Isabel W. Dudley, Miss Ann Vardon,
Miss Ruth H. Danielson, Miss Kath-
leen W. Codd, Mrs. Katherine R.
Parsons and Miss Mildred A. Valen-
Other Guests Of Honor
Other guests of honor are: Jean
Seeley, '36, president of the League,
and Jane Arnold, '36, president of
the Panhellenic Board, Miss Talsama
Mr. Haines, of the journalism de-
partment, has been selected as the
main speaker for the topic, having
chosen "Women Who Write" for the
topic of his address.
A new custom will be inaugurated
this year when Senior Society, honor
sorority for independent women,
holds its tapping shortly after the
conclusion of the dinner.
In Addition to the regular program,
a song festival has been planned, and
is to be directed by Ruth Clark, '36A.
This will include singing of popular
Michigan songs by the entire assemb-
ly as well as group singing.
More Than 500 Expected
More than 500 women are expected
to attend the banquet, Miss Talsma
stated. This will supersede last year's
attendance when 415 women were
Members of the central committee
are: Betty Green, '36, chairman ofI
the finance committee; Olga Shartess,
'36, and Helen Louise Arner, '38, pub-
licity; Angeline Maliszewski, '38, Vir-
ginia Snell, '38, and Jean Jackson,
'38, decorations.
This affair will mark the second
banquet ever sponsored on the cam-
pus by unaffiliated women. It cor-
responds to the traditional Panhel-
lenic banquet which is given every
year by sorority women.
The Hillel Foundation will sponsor
an open house and mixer from 1 to
5 p.m. The mixer will be in charge
of Nora Lipshultz, '36.
The League Library will be open as
usual from 12:30 to 9 p.m., today, ac-
cording to Miss Mary Wedemeyer,

To Play For Ball

Faculty Makes
Holiday Plans
For' Festivities
Members of the facultyaand resi-
dents of Ann Arbor plan social
Thanksgiving dinners. Reservations
for special dinners and suppers at the
Union and League have shown con-
siderable increase over past years.
The Barton Hills Country Club is
planning to present a closing party
which will be managed by Mrs. Clara
A. Douglas.
Mrs. Reuben Peterson is spending
the holiday in Ann Arbor, having re-
turned from Powder Point, Duxbury,
Mass., where she and Dr. Peterson
have lived since the latter's retire-
ment from the faculty of the Uni-
versity Hospital. She is staying at
the Union.

Collegiate Sorosis sorority held
initiation for ten women Tuesday,
They are: Elizabeth Bingham, '37,
Janice Byrne, '37SM, Adelaide Ely,
'37, Marion Haight, '36D, Margaret
Hamilton, '37, Susan Haviland, '37Ed.,
Louise Klein, Grad., JacquelinedKolle,
'37, Elizabeth Turner, '38, and Vir-
ginia Wagner, '38.

EmersEn Gill has been engaged
to play for the Panhellenic Ball to-
morrow night. His 10-piece radio
band is currently featured in the
Cocktail Lounge of the Hotel Web-
ster Hall in Detroit. Marion Mann,
novelty singer, will appear with the



Classical Society
Initiat~es Memberst
Eleven new members were formally
initiated into Phi Tau Alpha, clas-
sical honor society, last night at the
League. The program consisted of
speeches by the president, songs and
the biographies of the initiates writ-
ten in Latin which were read aloud
after refreshments had been served
in the League Grill.
New members are Virginia Johns-
ton, Grad., Edith Bowman, '36, Carla
Gilmore, '36, Marguerite Brown,
Grad., Lucy Olson, '37, Maureen Friar,
'36Ed, Paul Alexander, Grad., An-
toinette Dalton, '36, Annis Moyars,
Grad, and Lawrence G. Nelson, Grad.
Delta Delta Delta sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Helen Mog-
ford, '38.


Sue Thomas, '36, and George Lawton, '35, Detroit, will lead the
grand march at the traditional annual sorority event tomorrow night.
The couple have recently announced their engagement. Miss Thomas
is a member of Delta Gamma sorority. Mr. Lawton, who was president
of the senior class of the literary college last year, is affiliated with Trigon
For Men Only: A Few Hints
On PickingOut That Corsage



The girls may do the inviting at
the Panhellenic Ball tomorrow night,
but it's the boys who do the paying
just the same. At least this is true
in the case of corsages which all the
girls at the inter-sorority dance will
be wearing.
All of which brings up the question
of what kind of a corsage to have.
The men won't be bothered much
with the usual details, because it is
the women who are telling 'em what
to get. .
Florists Suggestions
The florists are very helpful with
suggestions as to the best flowers at
this season of the year. White and
red carnations are very pretty, espe-
cially when made up with white ten-
drils and green foliage. Roses and
gardenias are ever popular and much
in demand by the college woman be-
cause they go with any dress she
chooses to wear.
There are many ways of making
up flowers this year. The old fa-
vorite shoulder bouquet is only one
of the many types. The latest thing
is a straight spray of either gardenias
or roses to wear in your hair. They
look lovely over a roll of soft curls.

sage. "They make the evening far
more festive," she said.
"Gardenias in a long straight line"
said a Delta Gamma sophomore.
Then she added, "I wear my flowers
cn the wrong shoulder, because I
hate to see them wilt." Practicality
begins to enter into their choice!
Flowers To Match Dress
A freshman Kappa Alpha Theta
pledge reached the height of prac-
ticality. She said, "personally, I
would like gardenias, but I wish these
boys would call up and find out what
the girls are wearing or what they
would like in the way of flowers.
It would save many embarrassing sit-
uations, like wearing talisman roses
with a bright red dress."
There is the situation, boys! You
have their preference. Have a nice
time at Panhellenic Ball.
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