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THURSDAY, .,JAN. 14, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRMAY", JAN. 15, 1937

THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1931 FRIDAY, JAN. 15, 1937
THE MICHIGAN DAILY

660 Couples W ill Be Present At Interfraterity Ball

Large Crowd
To Hear Music
Of Two Bands
Decoration Motif Will Be
Fraternity Pins; Screen
Will Project Emblems
Fraternity men will hold their an-
nual formal dance, the Interfrater-
nity Ball, from 9 to 1 p.m. tonight
in the ballrooms of both the League
and Union, with Fletcher Henderson
and Charles Agnew playing. Over 650
couples will attend.
Henderson will begin at the Union
and Agnew at the League, changing
places at the intermission. However,
George Cosper, '37, president of the
Interfraternity Council, said last
night that dancers cannot alternate
between the two ballrooms. They
must remain in the place designated
on their tickets. There will be no
grand march because the changing of
the orchestras will occupy the time
usually reserved for the march, Cos-
per added.
Fraternity pins will be the motif for
the decorations in the League and
Union ballrooms. Each enlarged pin
will be projected on a six-by-nine-
foot silver screen for about two min-
utes. , Lowell Krieg, '38, decorations
chairman, said the emblems would be
shown in colors.
Guests of the committee chairmen
will include Jean Keinath, '37, and
Mary Lou Willoughby, '37, who will
go respectively with Cosper and John
Mann. '37. general co-chairmen. Mary
Rall, '39, and Helen Arner, '38, will
go as the guests respectively of Bud
Lundahl, '38, and Bob Stuart, '38, co-
chairmen of the ticket committee.
Frances Odell, '38, will attend with
Goff Smith, '38, head of the program
committee.
Other guests who will attend are
Nelson Persons, '38, who will accom-
pany Bill McHenry, '38, publicity
head, and Lou White, '37SM, who will
go with James Barco, '38, chairman
of the music committee. Madalyn
Cadagan, 140, and Dorothy Campbell,
of Saginaw will be the guests respec-
tively of Krieg and Dick Kendrick,
'38, co-chairmen of decorations.
Howard Ark, '38, chairman of the
floor committee, will take Janice Bru-
menau, '40, and Malcolm Levenson,
'39, head of the patron's committee,
has invited Barbara Eppstein, '39.
According to a University ruling,
corsages will be worn only by guests
of the committee members.
Rhinestones Take
Lead In Jewelry
For Evening Wear
The newest evening jewelry is
bright, shining and sparkling stones
galore set in bracelets, necklaces,
clips, brooches arid hair ornaments.
A very new pin is shaped exactly
like an orchid and set with rhine-
stones. It also comes set partly with
blue or green stones.
One thing you'll notice about the
new jewelry is that it's much lighter
in weight than ever before-espe-
cially the clips. There aren't so
many clips this year, you know-one
criticism being that they were too
heavy. The new ones, however, are
so light you'd hardly know you were
wearing one.
A tricky hair ornament is of the
tiara type. It's a flexible band about
eight inches long, shaped into three
points on the top side and connected
in back with an elastic which goes
under the hair. It does not lie flat
against the head-it stands up slight-
ly, giving a queenly effect.
Bracelets are narrower than ever
and finely cut, They are very dainty,

these new sparkling wrist-bands, and
many match rhinestone necklaces or
clips,

Two Chairmen, Two Guests, Two Balls, But No Grand March

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Many Houses
Will Entertain
ThisWeek-end
Three Fraternity Dinners
To Be Given Before Ball;
Hold Radio Dances
Preceding the Interfraternity Ball
tonight, three fraternities will give
dinners. Dances will be held by many
' of the houses tomorrow.
Alpha Rho Chi is holding a formal
dinner dance tonight. The chap-
erons will be Prof. and Mrs. F. C.
I C'Dell and Prof. and Mrs. G. M. Mc-
Conkey.
Hermitage Holds Radio ance
Acacia will hold an informal din-
ner party from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
night according to Jack Green, social
chairman. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ser-
geant will be chaperones.
Alumnae House will hold a formal
dance tomorrow night it was an-
nounced by Marian Getoor, '39SM,
chairman. The chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. William Olsen.
Hermitage will hold a closed radio
dance+ from 9 to 12 p.m. tomorrow,
according to Donald Davis, '37E, so-
cial chairman. Chaperons will be Mr.
and Mrs. Richard C. Fuller and Mr.
and Mrs. James C. Hendley.
IThe Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
will hold an open formal from 9 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow, according to
Walter True, Jr., '38, social chair-
man. The chaperons will be Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Tryce.
Phi Beta Pi Holds Dance
Phi Beta Pi will hold a closed
radio dance tomorrow. Godfrey Stob-
be, '38M is in charge of the affair.
Chaperons will include Dr. and Mrs.
Walter A. Keitzer, and Dr. and Mrs.
Max L. Durfee.
L The pledges of Pi Beta Phi will
hold a dance from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m.
tomorrow according to Jean Smith,
'40. The chaperons will be Prof. and
Mrs, E. William Doty and Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Whitmer.
Phi Sigma Delta will hold a formal
from 9 to 12 p.m. tomorrow, accord-
ing to Jack Herman, '38, social chair-
man. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Auslander
and Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Sachs will
chaperon the closed party.

- & luSppe
JANUARY
SALE
DRESSES
$0

FORMERLY

TO $16.95

$

000

George Cosper, '37, president of the Interfraternity Council, and his guest Jean Keinath, '37, (left) and
John Mann, '37, and his guest, Mary Lou Willoughby, '37. Cosper and Mann are general co-chairmen of the
ball. Cosper will preside at the League and Mann at the Union.

FORMERLY

TO $25.00

Undergraduate
Tea To Honor
Special Groups,
More than 600 undergraduate
women are expected to attend the
third in the series of this year's
League teis, to be held from 4 to 6
p.m. today in the League ballroom,
according to Margaret Hamilton, '37,
in charge of the teas.
Special invitations are extended to
members of Assembly and all non-
affilitated women, Miss Hamilton
said, :although, all undergraduate
women are urged to be present at the
affair. It is free of charge.
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra are
to play for ;dancing and tea and cake
will be ,served from two tea tables set
up in the ballroom.
Members of the League social com-
mittee, headed by Harriet Heath,
'37, chairman, will act as hostesses.
Representatives of the-Undergraduate
Council and of Wyvern and Mortar-
board, campus honorary societies,
will also attend.
Wives of members of the Universityj
faculty have been asked to pour. Thep
list is as folloWs: Mrs. Junius Beal,
Mrs. 'Arthur S. Aiton, Mrs. R. C.
Angell, :Mrs. Lowell. J. Carr, Mrs. D.
L. Dumond, Mrs. Joseph Brinkman,
Mrs. C. E. Guthe, Mrs. Albert Hyma,
Mrs. M. S. Pargment, Mrs. Preston
Slosson, Mrs. :Bennett Weaver and
Mrs. Arthur E. Wood. -

Music Sophomores Board To Meet
To Hold Tea Friday Wih luna
I ihAumnae
Sophomores and faculty members
of the School of Music are invited to Council Today
attend the sophomore class tea, to beTo a
held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today in
the mezzanine of the Music School. The mid-year meetings of the Al-
Mrs. Charles A. Sink is to preside umnae Council of the League, which
at the tea table and the committee in will continue for two days, will begin
charge are Grace Wilson, Beryl Har- at 3:30 p.m. today in the League with
rison, Marian Getoor, Helen Aup- a meeting of the Board of Directors
aee, a Ann Rather and Ruth of the Council it was announced last
+_night by Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, ex-

HATS,
BAGATELLES EXCEPTED
Values to $6.50
$1.9

NO APPROVALS

ALL SALES FINAL

I'Where To Go

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Theatres: Michigan, "All American
Chump' with Stuart Erwin; Majestic'
"College Holiday" kvith Jack Benny,
Burns and Allen, Mary Boland and
Martha Raye; Wuerth, "The.Beloved
Vagabond" with Maurice Chevaliei,
and "Trail Dust" with William Boyd;
Orpheum, "Lady Be Careful" with
Lew Ayers and "Pursued" with Ches-
ter Morris.
.Dancing: Interfraternity Ball,
Michig-Inn.
Tea: 4-6 p.m., at the League for
undergraduate women.
jExhibitions: Paintings by the Cha-
pin Family, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Concert: The Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, at 8:15 p.m,
J G.P.iPETITIONING
Today is the last day for petition-
ing for membership on committees of
the 1937 Junior Girls Play.

ecutive secretary of the League.
Other plans for the day include a
dinner at 6:15 p.m. in the main din-
ing room of the League for the visit-
ing alumnae after which all those
who desir-' will attend the Choral
Union concert to be given by the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra at 8:15
p.m. in Hill Auditorium, Mrs. Conger
said.
The activities of the council will.
continue through tomorrow, Mrs.
Conger stated, adding that one of
the most important meetings will be
held at 10 a.m. at the League. At
this time, Mrs. Conger said, Mrs. Eu-
gene Power, vice-chairman of the
council, will preside in the absence of
Mrs. Stowell Stebbins, chairman.

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