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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

2,000 Guests Expected At All-Campus Dorm Dance

Names Guests Of
Committeemen
For Open Party
All Proceeds To Be Added
To Fund For Freshman
Men's Dormitory
Affair Is Informal
Tickets Are To Be Sold At
Door; League And Union
Dance Floors Closed
More than 2,000 guests are ex-
pected to attend the Dorm Dance to-
night which is being sponsored to
raise funds for the Men's Dormi-
tories project. Bob Steinle and
Charlie Zwick will play for the party
which will last from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
All the proceeds from tonight's
dance will be added to the fund for
the establishment of dormitories for
freshmen men on the University
campus. Tickets will be on sale at
.the door.
Hubert Bristol, '37, chairman of
the dance committee will have as his
guest Mary Skinner, '39. Members
of the executive committee of the
Committee on Men's Dormitories and
their guests include Bruce Telfer, '38,
and Betty Whitney, '38; Gilbert
Tilles, '37, and Ruth Sevensma, '38;
Herbert Wolf, '37, and Mildred Ep-
stein, '40; Elsie Pierce, '37, and Ed-
ward Begle, Grad.; Tuure Tenand-
er, '38, and Cretchen Kanter, '37.
Faculty Members Invited
The list of patrons and patronesses
for the dance includes President and
Mrs. Ruthven; Dean and Mrs. Joseph
A. Bursley; Dean and Mrs. Walter
B. Rea; Prof. and Mrs. Henry C.
Anderson; Prof. and Mrs. Paul Leidy;
Dean-emeritus and Mrs. Allen S.
Whitney; Prof. and Mrs. Elmer D.
Mitchell; Secretary and Mrs. Shirley
W. Smith; Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawley
Tapping; Mr. and Mrs. Fielding H.
Yost; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waltz,
Mr. Carl G. Brandt and Ralph T.
Byers.
Inasmuch as the League and Union
ballrooms will both be closed tonight,
Bristol said, a large crowd is ex-
pected to attend the Dorm Dance, for
which the Intramural Building was
obtained through Fielding H. Yost,
director of athletics. Bob Steinle's
Union band and Charlie Zwick's Sil-
ver Grill orchestra will furnish con-
tinuous music for the entire evening.
Dance An All-Campus One
The dance will be an all-campus
one, Bristol said yesterday, and every-
one is invited. The affair will be
strictly informal.
Bonth Williams, The Daily's col-
umnist, will make his first personal
appearance tonight and will comment
upon the people at the dance and has
also declared that he may have some
facts and figures regarding the Mich-
igan-Northwestern game Saturday.
Prof. A. H. Hackett
o Sing At Recital
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold the second event of their pro-
gram for the year at 3 p.m. Wednes-
day when Prof. Arthur Hackett of the
School of Music will give a voice re-
cital in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Mrs. Hackett will accom-
pany him.
Following the concert tea will be
served in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
room. Each member may bring a
guest.

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Engagement.

Announced

Fifty Additional
Panhellenic Ball.
Tickets Is sue d
Patrons And Patronesses
Announced For Annual
Forma'l Dance
Following a complete sell-out of
tickets for the annual Panhellenic
Ball to be given Friday, Nov. 27, in
the League ballroom, 50 more tickets
have been distributed to various sor-
orities on campus to satisfy the de-
mand, according to Betty Ronal, '38,
chairman of that committee.
Because this brings the total up to
400 couples, a capacity crowd for the
League ballroom, no more tickets can
be furnished, Miss Ronal said.

Many Houses
Plan Week-End
Entertainments
Last Home Tilt Of Season
Is Occasion For Many
Formal Dances, Teas
Tomorrows football game is re-
sponsible for a busy week-end. Pledge
formals, radio parties, tea dances, and
numerous other kinds of entertain-
ment are in order for celebrating the
last home game of the season.
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity will
hold a closed informal football dance
tonight. Dr. and Mrs. Russell Mal-
colm, and Prof. and Mrs. Benjamin
Wheeler wvill act as chaperons.
Beta Theta Pi will hold a closed

- Associated Press Photo
Marjorie Lane (above) named
by James Montgomery Flagg, the
artist, as one of the 13 young ac-
trcses who are potential movie
stars, and Brian Donlevy, actor,
announced their engagement re-
cently and said they would be mar-
ried New Year's Day.
F our Volleybal
Games Played
In Third Round
Play continued in the third round
of the women's volleyball tournament
yesterday when Zeta Tau Alpha de-
feated Alphi Phi 23 to 17, Alpha Ep-
silon Phi defeated Alpha Xi Delta 20
to 12, and Delta Delta Delta defeated
Gamma Phi Beta 36 to 15. Alpha
Omicron Pi defaulted to Martha
Cook.
The members of the victorious Zeta
Tau Alpha team were Nan Kirby, '40,
Jean Schmitt, '37, Adrienne Higgen-
botham, '38, Beatrice Obergfell, '37,
Betty Loughborough, '38, Betty Ann
Cole, '40, and Kathryn Young, '37.
Those playing for Alpha Phi wei'e
Mary Jane Crowley, '38, Virginia
Nimmo, '38, Barbara Day, '40, Betty
Lyon, '39, ,Ann Smyth, '37, Kay Lar-
ned, '38, Sally Orr, '40, and Joan Clos-
terhaus, '39.
The members of the winning Alpha
Epsilon Phi team were Marguerite
Merkel, '37, Louise Samek, '37, Elaine
Bubis, '37, Leona Siff, '40, Jaros Jedel,
'39, Jane Meyers, '39, Harriet Levy,
'40.
The Alpha Xi Delta team was com-
posed of Jean Friederici, '37, Mary
Burke, '37, Betty Badger, '40, Jan
Burch, '38, Kay Buckley, '38, Jean
Thompson, '40, Marguerite McQuil-
lan, '39, and Betty Sommero, '40.
Those playing for Gamma Phi Beta
were Jayne Roberts, '38, Virginia
Weidlein, '38, Margie Langenderfen,
'37, Janet Carver, '38, Dorothy Webb,
'37, Alice Osterman, '37, Harriet Dean,
'39, Mary Lou Johns, '37, and Bar-
bara Horton, '37Ed.

Patrons and patronesses for the formal dinner followed by a dance
affair have been announced by Dor- tonight. Chaperons will include Mr.
othy Shutt, '37, chairman of the and Mrs. John Barker, and Mr. and
patrons committee. Regent Esther Mrs. Shelby Schurtz, of Grand Rap-
M. Cram and Mr. Cram, Dean and ids.
Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and Kappa .Nu will hold a formal dance
Mrs. Wilber R. Humphries, Dean tonight which Rabbi and Mrs. Ber-
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, and Dean nard Heller and Dr. and Mrs. J. A.
and Mrs. Charles T. Olmstead will be Eauman will chaperon.
among the patrons present. Phi Epsilon Pi is holding a formal
Others who have consented to act closed dance tonight and an informal
in the capacity are Dean Alice C. closed dance tomorrow night. Mr.
Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Upton, and Dr.
Margaret Bell, Dr. Emeth Schutz, and Mrs. Milton Goldhammer will be
-Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Prof. and chaperons.
Mrs. Robert C. Angell, and Prof. and An informal dance will be held at,
Mrs. Bennett Weaver. the Phi Gamma Delta house tonight.
Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren, The chaperons are Lieut. and Mrs.
Prof. and Mrs. Howard McClusky, Dr. Don Griffen and Mr. and Mrs. For-
William Brace, Mr. and Mrs. Charles man Mueller, of Chicago.t
Iavis, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Ful- Informal Dances
ler, and Miss Ruth Pence will also An informal radio dance will be
be patrons and patronesses for the held tomorrow night by Alpha Rho
affair, Miss Shutt said. Chi. Prof. and Mrs. Ross T. Bitting-
Anson Weeks and his orchestra will er and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hutchison
furnish the music for the ball, ac- will chaperon the party.
cording to Betty King, '37, general An informal dance will be held by
chairman. Alpha Tau Omega tomorrow night.
Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Tessler and
Eighteen Members Mr.and Mrs. D. B. Andrews are the
EiorteenAlem erS chap erons.'
Pledged To Athena Chi Omega sorority is holding open
house tomorrow after the game.
Chaperons will be Professor and Mrs.
Athena, national honorary forensic Louis C. Karpinski, Dr. and Mrs.
society for women, pledged 18 new Harold W. Gehring, and Mrs. G. C.
members yesterday at the League. Mitchell.
The officers taking part in the cere- Chi Phi fraternity will hold a teaE
mony were Grace Gray, '37, president, dance from 5 to 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Lillian Tolhorst, '38, vice-president, Chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Katherine Schultz, '39, secretary, and Eardly, and Dr. and Mrs. Mischa
Jean Harrison, '37, treasurer. Titiev.
The new pledges are Martha Allen, Collegiate Sorosis will hold their
Spec.Ed., Betsey Anderson, '38, Bunty pledge formal tomorrow night. Prof.
Bain, '39, Dorothy Jane Bernard, '38, and Mrs. Robert Angell and Mr. and
Ed., Phyllis Blauman, '37, Louise Eb- Mrs. Robert Davis will chaperon the
ert, '39, Betty Fromm, '39, Mildred party.
Goldberg, '37, Mary Margaret Grable, Delta Delta Delta will hold a closed
'37, June Longhurst, '38Ed., Florence tea-dance from 5 to 7 p.m. tomorrow.
Michlinski, '39, Mary E. Owen, '39, Mrs. S. W. Allen and Mrs. Horace
Helen G. Rose, '39, Miriam Sanders, King will pour, and Mrs. E. H.
'38, Francesse Selter, '38, Margery Krause and Mrs. Blanche Harley will
Soenksen, '38, Marion Touff, '38, and chaperon.
Faith Watkins, '39. Delta Sigma Delta will hold an in-
A tea was served at the conclusion
of the ceremonies, at which Mrs. Von
K. Frowine, one of the sponsors of
Athena, poured. Fashion N1
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity an-
nounces the pledging of William F.
Luce, Grad., of White River, Texas.
Afteri

Dance Groups Give
First Demon stration
More than 100 people attended the
first modern dance demonstration of
the season given at 4:15 p.m. yester-
day in Sarah Caswell Hall at Barbour
Gymnasium. The program was under
the direction of the adviser, Ruth H.
Bloomer, who was assisted by Bea-
trice Lovejoy, '37, dance club presi-
dent.
This demonstration was planned to
give a more intelligent understanding
of the modern dance. The dance club
presented forms of technique which
illustrated the first essential of this
art.
formal dance tomorrow. Dr. and
Mrs. R. S. Moyer and Dr. and Mrs.
F. D. Ostrander will be the chap-
erons.
Pledge Formals
Delta Tau Delta are holding their
pledge formal tomorrow night. Prof.
and Mrs. W. W. Gilbert and Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Whitehall will
chaperon the dance.
Kappa Delta Rho will give a closed
informal dinner dance tomorrow
night, according to John Badger, '37.
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will
hold an open informal dance tomor-
row. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Fuller
and Mr. and Mrs. C. Russess Pryce
will chaperon the party.
The pledge class of Phi Beta Delta
will give a "Hobo Party" for the fra-
ternity tomorrow night. The chaper-
ons will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fish-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Schmier.
Phi Delta Theta is giving a radio
party tomorrow night. The chaper-
ons are Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wistert.
A pledge formal will be held at the
Phi Sigma Delta house tomorrow
night. Chaperons for the affair will
be Mrs. R. Long of Ann Arbor, and
Mrs. H. Herman of Rochester, N.Y
Phi Sigma Kappa will hold a buffet
supper and dance tomorrow night.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCaffree, Jr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Creal will
chaperon the party.
Tomorrow night Psi Upsilon will
entertain at a dance. Mrs. Herbert
A. Poppleton and Mr. and Mrs. Fin-
ley B. Riggs will chaperon.
Sigma Phi Epsilon will give a open
informal radio dance tomorrow night.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hull and Prof.
and Mrs. Harry Bouchard will chap-
eron the affair.
Theta Xi fraternity is holding an
informal radio dance tomorrow night.
The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Clark of Ftoneboro, Pa., and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Freeman of Ann
Arbor.

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