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HE MICHIGAN AILY

PAGE FIVE

A nnual Frosh Frolic To Be Held Today In MichiganUnion B

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Pollard, Bissell
Will Lead 600
In Grand March
Sammy Kaye's Orchestra,
Featuring Tommy Ryan,
To Play For Dance
Scheduled to begin at 11:45 p.m.,
the grand march of the annual Frosh
Frolic, which is to be held in the ball-
room of the Michigan Union tonight,
will be led by Betsy Bissell, of De-
troit, and Robert Pollard, general
chairman for the event.
Sammy Kaye and his NBC orches-
tra will come from Cleveland to play
for the Frolic at which 300 couples
are expected to attend. He is now
appearing at the popular Cabin Club
there. Featured with Sammy Kaye
are Tommy Ryan and the rhythmic
trio, the Three Barons.
Committee Members' Guests
Other committee members andI
their guests who will attend the dance
are Dorothea Staebler, patrons chair-
man, who has asked Jack Brennan,
'38Ed; Jeanette Beck, programs chair-
man, who will attend with Jack
Stoner, '37E; and Margaret E. Mc-
Call, decorations chairman, who will
be escorted by Herbert Jones, of Wy-
andotte.
Willim Rashliegh, who is in charge
of floor arrangements, has invited
Bertha Peterlin, of Detroit, to attend
as his guest. Marjorie Barowsky, '39,t
will come as the guest of Malcolmt
Levenson, who is handling the or-
chestra arrangements. David Bowe,
ticket chairman, has invited as his
guest Harriet Beecher, '39A. Marion
Smith, '39, will be the guest of John
Green, publicity chairman.t
Decorations In Green
The predominant note in the dec-
orations will be green, in keeping withf
the traditional class color, Miss Mc-a
Call announced last night. Spring
flowers will effectively carry out the
air of gayety. Two baskets of snap-
dragons and other early spring flow-j

To Lead Frosh Frolic Grand March Tonight

Ticket Sell-Out
Is Announced

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BETSY BISSELL ROBERT POLLARD
Man Dance Are To Be Held
By Houses During Week-End
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Three Parties Have Been
Scheduled For Tonight;
Seven For Tomorrow
There have been a great number
of dances planned for this week-end,
the majority of which will be held'
tomorrow night. Several informal
dances have been scheduled, and al
few chapter houses will honor their
recent initiates at parties.
Kappa Sigma is holding a closed
formal tonight. Don Marti is chair-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard
Newton and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hig-

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gins of Toledo. will be the chaperons.
Moe and Carter's orchestra will play.
Phi Kappa Sigma
Phi Kappa Sigma has planned a
closed informal dance for tonight. Dr.

crchestra will provide the music for
the occasion.j
Zeta Psi
Max Collins' orchestra will play
tor the closed informal dance to be
given by Zeta Psi tomorrow night. The
dance will be chaperoned by Prof.
and Mrs. Ernest F. Barker and Prof.
and Mrs. Walter O. Menge. Arthur
H. Ernst, '38, is in charge of the ar-
rangements.
Delta Zeta
Marie Matthews, g36, was in charge
of the rushing dinner given by the
Delta Zeta sorority Thursday evening.
The decorations carried out the St.
Patrick's day theme, and the tables
were adorned with green candles,
Irish pipes, and little green hats.
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Tau announces the elec-
tion of the following officers: presi-
dent, Donald Ralston, 137; vice-presi-
dent, Hillary Everson, '37; treasurer,
Wilson Hardleben, '38; recording sec-
retary, George Frank, '37; house man-
ager, Howard Carroll, '37E; rushing
chairman, Philip Wagner, '37; ser-
geant-at-arms, Joseph Tate, '37.
Theta Xi
Theta Xi announces the initiation
of FrancisBell, '36, Carl Gerstacker,
'38; Carl Nelson, '37; John Williams,
'37; Leigh Worthing, '39; John Fech-
nay, '39; Donald Alexander, '38; Les-
ter Goda, '39; Tom Jensen, '37; Philip
Clark, '39; Philip Buckminister, '37,
and Robert Newcomb, '36.

For Slide Rule
Robert Taylor, Chairman,
Announces Members Of
Cotilnittees
A sell-out of tickets for the sev-
:nth annual Slide Rule Dance which
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, April 3 in the Union Ballroom
is announced by Robert L. Taylor,
M6E, general chairman.
Art Kassel and his Kassels in the
Air who are making a tour of the
--cuntry, will play for the dance. The
3rchestla has broadcast over CBS and
NBC networks for several years. Sale
of the tickets was limited to 300
couples.
Members of the central committee
include Noble Ashley, '37E, who is in
charge of the orchestra committee,
and Robert Claflin, '36E, chairman
of the tickets committee. Publicity
i~ under Frederick M. Schairer, '37E,
and Robert Baldwin, '37E, is chairman
of the programs. George Tourtellot,
'3)E, and Robert Fox, '36E, are co-
ehairmen of the invitations commit-
tee.
Goff Smith, '38E, is chairman of
the floor committee. Decorations are
under the direction of James Walker,
'37E, Tim Hurd, '39E, and Paul Kis-
singer, '36E.
ot, ,her "R e cord
DUING the past
year our Place-
ment Depari-
ment received
1921 calls for
KathariIeGiebs
secretaries . . .
the best-paid
positions nat-
urally requiring college women,
and outnumbering the trained can-
didates available. This marks an-
other annual placement record.
0 Address College Course Secretary for
"'Resu t s," a booNklet of initeresting place-
nent informtation,a~nd illustrated Catalog.
Special Course for College Women
opens in New York and Boston September
22, 1936.
0 AT NEW YORK SCHOOL ONLY -
same course may be started July 13,
1936, preparing for carly placement.
* Also One and Two Year Courses for
preparatory and high school graduates.
BOSTON.........90 Marlborough Street
NEW Y ORK ........... 230 Park Avenzue
KATHARINE GIBBS
SCHOOL

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
which the public is cordially invited,
will consist of a colloquium on the
subject, "Literature and Dialectical
Materialism." Mr. Herbert Weising-
er will lead the discussion.

When he says . .. "I'll se youat eight"
that means a date for the three of you..
Him, yourself, and your darling
Date Dres
Masculine fashions are smart asc
be for daytime wear, but after d
you should go the opposite extre
Os softly feminine as you can
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Delta Epsilon Pi meeting at the
Michigan Union at 8 p.m. sharp..
Pledges will be formally initiated.
Future plans of the fraternity will be
discussed. All members are urged to
be present.
Athletic Group, Michigan Dames:
Final meeting of the year will be held
at 8:30 p.m., Women's Athletic Bldg.

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Club will meet -at 2:45 p.m., Michigan
League. Professor Jean Paul Slusser
will give an illustrated talk on "The
Art of Watercolor."
Hillel Foundation: Traditional Fri-
day night services at the. Foundation
at 8 p.m. Dr. Heller will speak on
"A Realistic Appraisal of Palestinian
Adventure." All are welcome.
(;otmnued on Page 6)

Art Section of the Faculty

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ers will be placed on either side of and Mrs. Maurice K. McGarvey will
the orchestra stand, while others will act as chaperons. James V. Graham,
be placed at intervals around the ball-,
room.37E, is planning the party.
The programs for the occasion will Pi Lambda Phi will hold a formal
have a transparent celluloid cover. A dance between 9:30 p.m. and 1 a.m.'
silhouette of the heads of a boy and jtonight at their house. It follows a
a girl will appear on the front page, week after initiation, celebrating that
showing through the cover. All the event. Russ Rollins and his orches-
inside pages will be green. tra will furnish the music. Chaperons
Late permission for all University will be Dr. and Mrs. Philip Jay,I
women attending the Frolic has been and Mr. and Mrs. C. Matthews.
extended to 2:30 a.m. This has en- A unique pattern will be followed
abled the committee to plan the danc- in the scheme of decorations for the
ing for the hours from 9 p.m. until 2 dance. The theme will be a "Radio
a.m. Party." Radio towers and silhouettes
dealing with radio personalities and
technicalities will furnish the back-
! Group S ground.
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority will hold
To Be Offered a closed informal victrola dance from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow night.
IIt is going to be a leap year party
n Floor S o tin honor of their initiates, according

The transformation begins with
your dress. Choose one in a
print, pastel, or smart navy;
accentedwith bits of frou-frou,
flowers, or fruit; one that will
make your waist loop absurdly
small, shoulders a-la-Gibson,
and skirt pencil slim.
95to 1950
Finish up with a pair of those
fetching patent strap slippers;
sheer, bright Gold Stripe hose;
and matching costume jewelry.
Visit Goodyear's College Shops,
and we'll deck you out in ex-
quisite fashion, that will express
all the youthful joys of spring
...and . . . Leap Year!

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Songs, Dance Specialties
Of Revue Are To Be
Among Features
Seven feature numbers from the
1936 Junior Girls Play, "Sprize!" are
to be headlined in both the League
and Union floor shows to be presented
tonight and tomorrow in the Silver
Grill and Rainbow Room respective-
ly.
Kathryn Landrum and Virginia!
Nimmo, both specialty dancers in the
musical revue, will open tonight's
floor show in the Silver Grill with a
tap dance taken from "Sprize!"
They will be followed on the pro-
gram by Phyllis Lee Dye who is toj
sing "Love Climbing Up a Rainbow."'
This number has been written espe-
cially for the play.
Thelma Mermelstein will continue
the program with another tap selec-
ticn also taken from thecopening
scone in the play. A trio, composed
of Jean Coler, Carol Rockwell, and
Ruth Ann Jernegan, will conclude
the floor show program with "Rag-

to Evelyn Bluestein, '37, who
charge of the arrangements.
chaperons are Prof. and Mrs.
Sharfman and Mrs. Frieda Loeb.

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The
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Worried?

Scrorities Itid Dances
The initiates are entertaining the
active members of Chi Omega tomor-
row night at a formal dance. The
chaperons for the occasion are Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Stockard and Mr.
and Mrs. C. Howard Ross both of
Ann Arbor. Spring flowers will con-
stitute the decorations. Katharine
Taylor, '38, is in charge.
Delta Delta Delta will give an in-
formal dance tomorrow night with
Louise Florez, '36, and Katharine
Marie Hall, '36, in charge. The chap-
erons are Mr. and TvMrs. Clifford
Woody, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Rich. George Wheeler's orchestra
will pla-.
Fkimal and Radio Dances
Phi Beta Delta is holding a spring
formal dinner dance tomorrow night
according to Leonard Oberman, '37,
who is in charge of the affair. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Fishman and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Barish will act as chaper-
ons.
ra~zadrdrin din ing will make.

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gedy Ann." v( ames ana raa o an ng wa
up a Monte Carlo to be held tomor-
Herbert Schultz, '39E, and Robert row at the Phi Kappa Tau house.
Lodge, '39, writers of all of the play Mr. and Mrs. David Vokes of Detroit
music, will accompany all of the floor ; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ronan will
show numbers at the piano. A sim- be the chaperons.
ilar program is planned for tomorrow Sigma Phi Epsilon is holding a
night's program to be given in the closed informal dance tomorrow night.
Rainbow Room. William A. Keetch, '37E, is in charge
"Sprize" will open at 8:15 p.m. ! of the affair. The chaperons will be
Thursday, March 26, in the Lydia Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lay and Mr. and
Mendelssohn Theatre, and will con- Mrs. Walter B. Rea. The chapter
tinue for an additional two-day run
with a matinee performance at 2:30_N
p.m. Saturday, March 28. The open-
ing night will be given in honor of
the seniorwomen.I I ,.

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SL'SSER TO SPEAK
Prof. Jean Paul Slusser of the fine
ais department will speak at the
mecting of the art section of the
Faculty Women's Club at 2:45 p.m.

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