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Tr DAY, DEC. 11, "1936

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35O Couples To Attend Annual Soph Prom In Union Ballroom

!onight

Guests Of H ead
Committeemen
Are Announced
Drysdale Will Lead March
With Marguerite Richter;
Barney Rapp To Play
The annual Soph Prom, the first
class dance of the year, will be held
from 10 p.m. today to 2 a.m. in the
Union Ballroom. Three hundred and
fifty couples will attend.
David Drysdale, general chairman,
will attend with Marguerite Richter,
'40. Bunty Bain, chairman of the
decoration committee will have as
her guest Howard Colby, '39.
Guests Are Named
Eunice Tong of Detroit will be the
guest of Harry Swan who is chair-
man of the floor committee. Ben-
nett Roct has invited Faye Elizabeth
Smith of Birmingham to attend the
prom, and Robert Morgan will at-
tend with Marian Dailey, '38. Both
Root and Morgan are members of
the decoration committee.
Other committee members and
their guests who will attend are:
Saul Kleiman, chairman of publicity,
with Ruth Marcus, '39; Richard Fox,
chairman of the orchestra commit-
tee, with Marjorie Link, '39; Nelson
Lindenfeld, chairman of the patron
committee, with Dorothy Rupper,
'38Ed.; and Robert Vander Pyl, pub-
licity committee member, with Bar-
bara Marion of Grosse Pointe.
Following the precedent of the
J-Hcp and other class dances, cor-
sages will not be worn, it was an-
nonced Tuesday.
Christmas Decorations
The Yuletide spirit will prevail
over the entire Union Ballroom as
the decorations will consist of large
silver Christmas trees, holly wreaths,
mistletoe and Christmas lights. A
Santa Claus will be at the door to
distribute the programs.
Barney Rapp and his New Eng-
landers who have just completed an
engagement at the Detroit Auto
Show will play for the dancing. Rapp
also played for the Soph Prom at
Ohio State University last Friday.
All women who attend will be
granted 2:30 a.m. permission, ac-
cording to the dean's office.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Delta Sigma Pi, national business
adiminstration fraternity, elected the
following officers recently: head-
master, Richard Prey, '37BAd; senior
warden, John P. Campbell, '38BAd;
junior warden, Benjamin Winchell,
'37E; scribe, Joseph Bonavito, '38;
treasurer, George Byron Wells,
'37BAd.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Virginia
Brigham, '40, of Ann Arbor.

Will Lead Soph Prom Grand Mar~ch

Tonight

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Second League
Undergraduate
Tea IsToday
Non-Affiliates To Receive
Special Invitation; Miss
Hamilton Is In Charge
The second in this year's series of
League undergraduate teas is to be
I given from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the!
League Ballroom, according to Mar-
garet Hamilton, '37, chairman of the
teas.
Those who are to preside at the
tea tables are Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. Byrl F.
Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry, Mrs.
Hugh M. Beebe, Mrs. W. A. Bowen,
Mrs. Agnes Clark, Miss Kathleen
Codd, Miss Isabel Dudley, Miss Mary
Gleason, Mrs. Homer Heath, Mrs.
Earl V. Moore, Mrs. Franklyn Moore,
Mrs. D. B. Reynolds, and Mrs. Hazel
Roberson.
All women en campus are in-
vited to be present at these affairs.
A special invitation for today's tea
was extended to members of Assem-
bly, organization of independent
women, by Charlotte D. Rueger, '37,
League president, at the Assembly
Banquet held Monday night.
Members of the League social com-
mittee, under the direction of Har-
riet Heath, '37, chairman, will act
as hostesses. Charlie Zwick and his
orchestra are to play for dancing.
At the first tea of the year, held
last month, more than 650 women
were present. This- was the largest
crowd to attend an affair of this
kind in years, Miss Hamilton said.
Dance Recital
Will Be Given
By Club Today
A Christmas theme will be the sub-
ject of the Modern Dance Club pro-
gram to be given at 4:30 p.m. today
in the lounge of the Women's Ath-
letic Building, it has been announced
by Beatrice Lovejoy, '37, manager.
The group will first dance to "Was-
sail Song," an English folk song, and
"Un Flambeau, Jeannette .Isabelle,"
a traditional French song. These
will be followed by the pre-classic
forms: "Courante," by Francois Cou-
perin, and "Gavotte," by J. S. Bach.
"Chorale," to a background of Bach
chorals, will conclude the perform-
ance. The latter composition will
be composed of four parts, "Proces-
sional," "Hosannah," "Adoration"
and "Consecration."
Music will be provided by Ward
Allen, '40L, piano, and Henry Aus-
tin, '36, voice.Following thedem-i
onstration, punch will be served by
the Women's Athletic Association.
No admission charge will be made.
The recital will be under the lead
er ship of Ruth Bloomer, adviser, ac-
cording to Miss Lovejoy.

J.G.P. Plans Made
At Mass Meeting
More than 225 junior women at-a
tended the general mass meeting yes-
terday in the Grand Rapids Room of
the League. Plans were discussed for
the 1937 Junior Girls Play to be pre-
sented March 24-27.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd gave a short
talk on the history of the junior
play. Hope Hartwig, general chair-
man -of the play, this year introduced
the central committee.
Dr. Margaret Bell suggests a rou-
tine for women who participate in
the production. "Attend to your
health first, then your academic
work, and then your job if you should
be working. The J.G.P. should be
-your avocation."
Committees will be announced in
the near future, Miss Hartwig said.

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Five Fraternity
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Alpha Delta Phi Will Hold
Autumn Party; Chi Phi
To Sponsor Formal
The last week-end on campus be-
fore the Christmas holidays promises
to be a busy one. A fraternity house
party and various formal, dances will
be given tonight.
Alpha Delta Phi will hold theirf
fall house party this week-end. A
closed informal dance will be held
tonight, and a closed formal dinner-
dance tomorrow night. Dr. and Mrs.
Russell Malcolm and Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Cole will be the chaperons.
Alpha Kappa Lambda will hold a
closed Christmas formal tonight.
Chaperons for the dance will be Prof.
and Mrs. Lawrence C. Maugh and
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Alder.
Chi Phi will hold their pledge
formal tonight in the Hussey Room
of the League The list of patrons
and patronesses for the affair in-
cludes -Dr. William Brace, Mr. and
Mrs. John Law, Mr. and Mrs. Mischa
Titiev, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crary,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wade.
Delta Upsilon

First Round Of Play
In Basketball Ends
The first round of the women's
basketball tournament, the major
event of the first indoor season, was
completed yesterday.
The purpose of this first round was
to place the teams in either the A or
B tournaments and from now on
there will be real elimination. In
the end the winner of the A tourna-
ment will play the winner of the B
tournament for the final champion-
ship.I
The teams in the A division are
Betsy Barbour House, Zone III, Mar-
tha Cook Building, Gamma Phi Beta,
Kappa Delta, Delta Gamma, Alpha
Phi, Chi Omega, Jordan HIall, Zone
IV, Mosher Hall and Sorosis, Zone
VII, and Delta Delta Delta, Adelia
Cheever Residence.
The teams in the B division are
Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Zone VI, Alpha Xi Delta,.
Alpha Delta Pi, Zone V, Zone II, Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Helen Newberry1
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A formal dance will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today, at the Delta
Upsilon house in honor of the dele-
gates who are here attending the
provincial conference of Delta Up-
silon. The chaperons will be Prof.
and Mrs. George Brigham and Prof.
and Mrs. Harold Dorr. A formal ban-
quet will be given from 7:30 p.m. to
9 p.m. tomorrow, at the fraternity
house. Prof. Arthur L. Cross will be
the toastmaster.
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity will
hold a closed pledge formal tonight.
Chaperons for the dance will be Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Upton of Ann Ar-
bor, and M. and Mrs. Charles Bates'
of Highland Park, Ill.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold its
pledge formal tonight. The chap-
erons will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fuller.
KAPPA SIGMA
Kappa Sigma fraternity announcesj
the initiation of the following: Rob-
or" Piotrowski, '39P, Manistee; Del-I
brid e Lakin, '39, Detroit; Anwar'
Ha1 sani.,:33E, Bagdad, Iraq.

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