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] RIDAY, NOV. 20, 103G

THE MICHrIGAN DAILY

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#~XDAY, NOV. 20, 1931 ~AGI~ flYl

Annual Engineering Ball Held Tonight At Union

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List Of Guests Is
Announced By
Committeemen
Virginia Thompson To Be
Guest Of James Walker;
Wiley's Band To Play

Martha Cook Beats S e v e n Houses ThWESTMINSTER dUILD
Jordan Hall 21-20 TT1I D an informal Thanksgiving dance and
To H old D ances party from 8:30 p.m. to midnight to-
The closest game played up to date day. Committees in charge of dec-
in the women's volley ball tourna- T js W eeki- nd orations and refreshments include
ment took place yesterday when Betty Howard, '39, Alice Stevenson,
Martha Cook Building defeated Jor-1
dan Dormitory 21 to 20 in the third Four fraternities and three soror- '40, John Flickinger, '40E, and Tom
round of play. Adelia Cheever was ities will entertain this week-end. Jester, '40E. The special entertain-
defeated by Collegiate Sorosis 23 to The parties include pledge formals, merit program planned for the in-
18. radio dances and a tea dance. termission was arranged by Robert
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SOPHOMORE CABARET
All independent sophomore women
who would like to be officials for
Sophomore Cabaret are asked to sign
up on the sheet on the bulletin board
in the Undergraduate office of the
League, it was recently announced by
Betty Shaffer, chairman of the of-
ficials.
WYVERN TO MEET
There is to be a Wyvern meeting at
4 p.m. today in the Council Room,

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Watch for Developments

The tourney will continue today
The second annual Engineering when Alpha Gamma Delta will meet
Ball will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 Betsy Barbour House at 4:30 p.m.,
a.m. today in the Union Ballroom. and Mosher Hall will meet Zeta Tau
Guests of the committee members Alpha at 5:10 p.m.
for the dance were announced last'
night by James Walker, '37E, gen- Two Betrothals,!
eral chairman, who will attend with
Virginia Thompson, '40. Others in- O
elude James Goodrich, '37E, withj
Barbara Wyckes, '37Ed, and Fletcher
Platt, '38E, will have Doris Bolton, Are Announced
39A, as his guest. Harriet Breay,
'37, is to be the guest of John Ingold,
'37E, and William Lowell, '37E, will A wedding and two engagements of
accompany Elizabeth Baldwin, '40. former Michigan students were re-
Betty Basse,% '37, will attend the cently announced.
dance with Cedric Marsh, '37E, Jack The marriage of Barbara Bates,
Duffendack, '37E, will take June '36, to Russell Smith, '34, of Lansing
Harbor, '38SM, and Maryanna was announced by the bride's par-
Chockley, '37, will be the guest of ents, Dr. and Mrs. Bion LaMott
Carl Nelson, '37E. Others attending Bates of Ovid. Miss Bates, a mem-
the ball together will be Dorothy ber of Pi Beta Phi sorority, was mu-
Purchase of Dearborn with Kenneth sic chairman for the 193,5 Junior
Emery, '37E, Betty French, '39, with Girls' Play, a member of Wyvern,
J. G. Youing, 138E, and Mary Lou and worked on the women's staff of
Traywick, '37, with W. R. Young, the Daily for three years.
'37E. Mrs. Louisa P. Florez of Oak Park,
Music for the dance will be fur- Ill., announces the engagement of
nished by Austin Wylie and his her daughter, Louise Marie, '36, to
N.B.Cdoyc usty.d sWilliam White Edwards of Mamar-
N.B.C. orchestra. oneck, N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs.
The ballroom decorations for the George Edwards, formerly of River
formal affair will consist of a large Forest, Ill. Miss Florez is affiliated
bookcase, placed above the orches- with Delta Delta Delta sorority. The
tra, and extending out over the couple will be married Dec. 12.
members of the band. On its shelves Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown of De-
will be books of six feet in height, troit announce the engagement of
with titles of the textbooks with their daughter, Helen Catherine, to
which all engineers are familiar. Allan Richard Laursen of Ann Ar-
A few tickets are still available for bor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erik Laur-
the ball. They may be obtained at sen of Camden, Wash. The wedding
the Union, Walker said. I will take place Nov. 26. Miss Brown
and Laursen each received a master's
I. degree in Library Science here.

"'go Vey,.5, jon n ompson
Alpha Sigma Phi is holding a ,0an'ilim *elG.
closed radio dance tonight. The 0, and William Bell, Grad.
chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs.

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George R. Moore and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry G. Raschbacker.
Alpha Delta Pi will hold its pledge
formal tomorrow night, according to
Jean Finlayson, '37, social chairman.
Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Upson and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Well-
man.
Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity will
hold an open informal radio dance
tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Tillatson, of Detroit, and Prof. and
Mrs. Lors Thomassen will act as
chaperons.
Gamma Phi Beta will hold its
pledge formal tomorrow night ac-
cording to Sally Eschbach, '37, who
is in charge. The chaperons are Mr.
and Mrs. Wilfred D. Shaw and Mrs.
W. A. Bowen.
Phi Sigma Sigma is holding an
open informal dance tomorrow night.
The chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs.
Bernard Heller and Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Podolsky.
Theta Xi is holding a tea dance
from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, accord-
ing to Carlton Nelson, -'37E, social
chairman.
Zeta Beta Tau will hold a closed
formal tomorrow night, according to
Junie Schlesinger, '37, social chair-
man. Charlie Zwick's band will play,
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anspach
of Chicago will be chaperones.

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:CESSITIES

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presented a more charming line
of LINGERIE and leisure -hour

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Swim uUb rractuce
CoachedBy Mann
Matt Mann, coach of the varsity
swimming team, supervised the prac-
tice of the women's swimming club
last night at the Union pool in prep-
aration for the women's Telegraphic
Meet with Ohio State which will be
held Dec. 4.r
The Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor mara-
thon was officially started by the,
posting of a chart upon which each
of the contestants is to enter her
time. The object of this marathon,
which consists of swimming 420 met-
ers, the distance from Ann Arbor to
Ypsilanti in as many periods as
needed, is to develop endurance for
relay swimming, according to Helen
Harp, '39, women's swimming man-
ager.

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men gift seekers . . . and we'll gladly hold your
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