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Annual Slide


Engineers' BalC
To Be Given In
Union Ballroom
Grand March Will Be Led
By Mary E. McCord And
Robert Taylor
Mary Ellen McCord, '38, will lead
the grand march at the seventh an-
nual Slide Rule Dance tonight in they
Union Ballroom with Robert L. Tay-
lor, general chairman. The dance
will last from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Noble Ashley, chairman of the or-
chestra committee, will have as his
guest Dorothy Ashley. Winifred Cutts,
'39, will attend with Goff Smith, '38E,
floor committee chairman, and Mary R
Dayhurst of Syracuse University will
be the guest of Robert Baldwin, '37E,
chairman of the programs commit-
Guests Listed
The guests of the three chairmen
of the decorations committee, Tim
Hurd, '39E, James Walker, '37E, and
Paul Kissinger, '36E, will be Patricia
Odell of Carleton College, Beth Ran-
ney, '37A, and Ruth Loebs, '3.6, re-
spectively. Red
George Tourtellot, '36E, and Robert profess
Fox, '36E, co-chairmen of the invita- Co'nn.,
tions committee will have as their by the
guests Helen Van Winkle of Howell owners
and Elizabeth Bohr, '36, respectively. tion.
Norma Pioch, '38, will attend with five fe
Robert Claflin, '36E, and Louise Flor- the sc
ez, '36 Spec., will be the guest of -
Frederick Schairer, '37E.
Art Kassel To Play M ai
Art Kassel and his Kassels in the
Air will play for the dance. Kassel
has appeared in Ann Arbor once be-
fore when he played for the '35 JHop
with Anson Weeks. He broadcasts F
regularly over the National Broad-
casting network.
The programs to be given at the Frate
door are made of white leather in a S
shape which may be used as a book- Si
mark. On the back of the program Wit
is printed a slide rule. A large slide
rule will beshung in the center of the Altho
ballroom as the main theme of the Ball wil
decorations. This slide rule is a part tivity t
of the tradition of the dance and Dancev
during the year is kept locked in a a numb
display case as a result of the time have al
when it was stolen by the lawyers dur- week-en
ing the former rivalry between the An in
two groups. the The
The same rule will apply to the Slide with C.
Rule Dance as the Crease Dance and charge.'
no corsages will be allowed on the by Dr. a
dance floor except in the case of and Mr
guests of committeemen. Carter's
Bridge Tournament a dance
Nears Completion is in ce
K. Parr
The all-campus Bridge Tournament
which was started at the beginning The i
of this semester and has been pro- give a
gressing since then is now nearing.the Dance t
last rounds of play, Harriet Hatha-
way, '38, chairman, announced yester- orchestra
day. The final games in the women's chapero
part of the tournament are to be James
played at the end of this week or the Philip C
beginning of next. '37, is in
Out of the 18 sororities which were Tomo:
originally in the play, four now re- Delta fr
main. They are Alpha Epsilon Phi, al danc
which is to play opposite Gamma Phi tiates
Beta, and Collegiate Sorosis which will raed
oppose Alpha Omicron Pi. The win- provide
ners of these rounds will oppose the ons will
winners of the Martha Cook-Helen and will
Newberry tournament. Dr.
These final winners will play the
last games opposite the winners of Delta
the men's bridge tournament. The spring f
latter will be composed of one inde- fessor a
pendent and one affiliated team. A Mr. and
cup, presented by the Union and the chapero
League, will be awarded to the final the dire

winners. The Co
At a recent meeting held by the formal1
League of Catholic Women, Mrs. Mrs. E
George McLaughlin was reelected A. Bowe
president. Other officers elected will cha
were: Miss Lena Foster and Miss
Irene Steffy and Miss Glenn Wil-
son, vice-president; Miss Mary fHA
O'Hara, treasurer; Mrs. F. B. McCud-
den, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred State
Bloom, corresponding secretary and
Mrs. Charles Meanwell and Miss Watch
Theresa Hindelang, auditors.

Lose 'Miss


-Associated Press Photo.
dish-blonde Ruth Colman, a
ional model of Greenwich,
was selected as "Miss 1937"
international beauty shop-
at their New York conven-
The latest beauty queen is
et four inches tall and tips
ales to exactly 106 pounds.
ny Activities
'e Scheduled
'or Week-End
rnity Social Affairs
ve For Prominence
h School Dances
ugh Slide Rule and Crease
1 be the centers of social ac-
onight, and the Capitalists'
will be held tomorrow night,
er of fraternity and sororities
so scheduled parties for this
formal dance will be held at
eta Delta Chi house tonight
Bradford Carpenter, '36, in
The party is to be chaperoned
nd Mrs. E. F. Barker and Mr.
s. Harold Dickie. Moe and
orchestra will play.
n Club will entertain with
tonight. Charlie Zwick's or-
will play. John Mann, '37,
arge of the dance and the
ns will be Mr. and Mrs. Ward
and Mr. and Mrs. Al Shaw.
Leap Year Dance
nitiates of Delta Gamma will
closed, formal Leap Year
o-morrow night. Wally Gail's
a will provide the music. The
nes will be Dr. and Mrs.
Hammond, Dr. and Mrs.
Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs.
lin. Mary Louise Willoughby,
rrow night the Delta Tau
aternity is having an inform-
e in honor of the new ini-
Louis Belden, '37, has ar-
to have Carter's Collegians
the music, and the chaper-
be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oakes
and Mrs. Harold Whitehall.
Delta Upsilon Party
Upsilon will hold its annual
ormal tomorrow night. Pro-
nd Mrs. G. M. Bleekman and
Mrs. M. B. Eichelberger will
ne the party which is under
ction of Henry Gilfillan, '37E.
lumbians from' Detroit will
the music.
a' Phi Beta will hold a spring
tomorrow night. Prof. and
dward L. Adams, Mrs. W.
n, and Mrs. U. R. Loranger,
perone the dance, for which
and Liberty
h Repairng!

Crease L
Lawyers Will
Hold DInCe In
dlub Lounge
C ommittee To IDistribte
(opies Of Raw Review
w o iFavors
Jean Adam of Detroit will be the
guest of Allan Schmalzriedt, general
chairman, at the annual Crease Dance
which is to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m tonight in the lounge of the Law-
yers Club. Dick Fidler and his or-
chestra will play for the affair which
is traditionally held on the same night
as the engineers' Slide Rule Dance.
John S. Black, who is treasurer for
the dance will have Jean Royce of
Escanaba as his guest. A. D. Ken-
nedy, in charge of refreshments, has
invited Margery Davis, '29, of Ann
Arbor. Marion Edgerton, '36, will at-
tend as the guest of John Rockwell,
who has had charge of the decora-
tions. Francis Sage, ticket chairman,
will attend with Mrs. Francis Sage,
Stephen Clink, who directed the is-
suing of the invitations, will have as
his guest, Mrs. Stephen Clink.
Guests Announced
Sally Pierce, '35, of Ann Arbor
is attending with David Dow. Cyril
Hetsko will atten with Mrs. Cyril
Hetsko. Jean MacGregor, '37, has
been invited to the dance by Curtis
Henderson. Helen Zeifle, '33, will
come from Dearborn to attend with
Hector A. Webber. All four of the
men are co-editors of the Raw Review,
copies of which are to be distributed
as favors for the dance.
Betty Bingham, '37, will attend with
Robert H. Watson, Jr., and Ida Solo-
mon, '37, will attend with Leonard
Meldman. Both men were appointed
to select the orchestra for the dance.
All members of the general committee
are senior students in the Law School.
Summoned To Dance
Invitations for the Crease Dance
were given in a novel and in many
cases alarming manner. They were
issued in the form of a summons and
were served by local police officers.
The Raw Review, the annual satire
on law students and members of the
law faculty, Will be distributed dur-
ing intermission. It will point out
the many weaknesses of the honored
professors in addition to revealing
many little-known facts about the
students themselves.
Decorations will be carried out with
spring as the dominant theme. Spring
flowers will decorate the lounge and
the dining room, which will be con-
verted to a lounge where refreshments
will be served. The band stand will
be placed at one end of the main
lounge against a background of green
draperies and a multi-colored canopy
will be placed over the stand.
The same rule that applied to cor-
sages at the J-Hop will be in effect
at the Crease Dance, it was an-
nounced. Corsages are only to be
given to guests of the members of
the central committee.
Jane Lord, '38, is in charge. Charles
Zwick's orchestra will play.
Hermitage fraternity will entertain
tomorrow night at an informal radio
party. The chaperones for the af-
fair will be Mr. and Mrs. James
Hendley, and Mr. and Mrs, Carl
Braun. The dance will be followed
up with a dinner party on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Meacham will
Kappa Delta Rho is giving a radio
bridge tomorrow night, according to
Jack Blaine, '37E. The chaperones
are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin DeGraff

and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Everett.



Among the activities of sororities
and fraternities during the week were
elections of officers, pledgings and
entertaining guests.
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega announces the
pledging of Phyliss Northrup, '37, of1
Highland Park; Betty Strickroot, '38,
of Detroit and Dorothy Welsh, '37, of
Alpha Omega
Alpha Omega, dental fraternity,
elected the following officers recent-
ly: Frank Greenbaum, '37D, presi-
dent; Alfred E. Miller, '37D, vice-
president; Joseph Gossman, '37D,
treasurer and Samuel Stulbery, '38D,
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta sorority entertained
four members of the Women's Physi-
cal Education Department at dinner
yesterday. The guests were Miss
Nelda Dover, Miss Virginia Peaseley,
Miss Mable Rugen, and Dr. Helene
Schultz. Theresa Joycox, '37, was in
Phi Sigma Delta
Phi Sigma Delta held its election
of officers recently. The new presi-
dent is Loren Kadet, '37; vice-presi-
dent, Emanuel Klein, '37; treasurer,
Sidney Stiegel, '37; historian, Gil-
bert Tilles, '37; corresponding secre-
tary, Edward Ginsberg, '38 and re-
cording secretary, Al Marion, '37.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
pledging of the following men: James
R. Lee, '38E, of Niagara Falls and
Russell Reed, '38, of St. Johnsbury,
Vt. The fraternity will hold a form-
al dinner before Slide Rule Dance to-
night. Mr. and Mrs. Clark H. Moore
will chaperon.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma had as its guests
this week two alumnae, Miss Dora
Eliashon of Ludington, and Miss
Sylvia Ginsburg of Grand Rapids.
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Gamma Delta announces the
election of the following officers re-
cently: president, John Thom, '38;
treasurer, Robert Mueller, '38; secre-
tary, Allen Meisenheimer, '37; cor-
responding secretary, Burton Coffee,
'37 and Historian, George Borneman,
For-al I)i1 -ie fia
B~y lMhsic Sorority
Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary music
sorority, held a formal dinner re-
cently in the League to initiate its
new patronesses, following which it
entertained the freshman and soph-
more classes of the School of Music
with a formal musical. The list of
patronesses initiated includes: Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Miss Jeanette Perry, Mrs.
Richard C. Gearhart and Mrs. Alex
The program of the musical first
featured two trios by Saint Saens,
No. 2 and No. 4, played by Ada Case,
of the music faculty, piano; Emily
Nutter Adams, Grad, violin; and Ruby
Reinert, faculty member, cello. These
were followed by the Walstein Sonata,
op. 53, by Beethoven, played by Mil-
dred Bastien, '36, piano; and lastly
the Violin Concerto in A minor, by
Vieux Temps, given by Miss Adams.
The program was in charge of Mary
Kohlhaus, '36.

Will Speak At
Guild Banquet
Dean Thomas Wesley Grahatm
head of the graduate school of The-
ology at Oberlin College, will be the
guest speaker for the thirtieth annual
banquet to be given by the Roger Wil-
liams students' guild tonight at the
League, according to W. E. Umbach,
Grad., president of the organization.
Catherine Stitt, '36, has been chos-
en to act as chairman of the commit-
tee on arrangements; while Gordon
Stow, Grad., has been selected as
toastmaster for the occasion.
Dean Graham, a Canadian by birth
and training, has been a member of
the faculty of Oberlin Graduate
School since 1920. He was appointed
dean in 1923. He has been college
preacher at Cornell, the University
of Minnesota and other institutions.
Baptist student work at the Univer-
sity was organized in 1904 when Dr.
Allan Hoben, late president of Kala-
mazoo College, became the first guild
director, but the idea of an annual
banquet did not originate until two
years later.
Sororities To Repeat
Foreign Student Dinners
Plans for the second "Cosmopolitan
Week" have been completed by the
eleven sororities who will entertain
foreign women at dinner Thursday,
April 9.
The following sororities have invited
guests: Delta Delta Delta, Kappa
Delta, Pi Beta Phi, Delta Gamma
Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Phi, Phi
Sigma Sigma, Collegiate Sorosis
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Delta
Pi and Delta Zeta.
This custom of entertaining all
foreign women on campus was inaug-
urated last fall. Betty Whitney, '38
is in charge of arrangements.
* MANY young women already
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or College Women opeing at
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1936, preparig for early plae=
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