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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ouples W ill Attend

Frosh Frolic

Tonight In Union Ballroom

Committeemen
Name Guests
For '40 Dance
Green And Silver Scheme
Is Used In Decorations;
Noble Sissle To Play
Four hundred couples are expected
to attend the annual Frosh Frolic
which will be held from 10 p.m. to 2
a.m. today in the Union ballroom.
The general chairman of the dance,
Robert Mix will have as his guest
Suzanne Wells, '40. Florence Broth
erton, '40, will attend cewith Robert
Goodyear, ticket chairman.
Janet Ladd, chairman of programs,
will attend, with John Gelder, '40.
Herbert Sott, who has charge of the.
decorations, will be with Ruth Pol-
lock, '40. Alberta Wood, patrons
chairman, will attend with Paul Park,
'40.
Guests Announced'
Matthew Rea, chairman of pub-
licity, will have Mary Anne Young,
'40A, as his guest. Betty Jane Johns,
'40SM, will be the guest of Kenneth
Meyer, finance chairman. Dwight
Adams, music chairman, has in-
vited Roberta Leete, '40.
The members of the floor com-
mittee are Almon Conrath, William
Elliott, John Schang and Paul Kel-
ler. John Coun is a member of the
publicity committee. Helping with
the patrons are Margaret Neakie and
Ruth Chatard. The ticket commit-
tee members are Jack B. Rice and Jay
W. Johnson.
Crest To Be Used
The traditional freshman color,
green, will be used with silver in the
decorations. The Michigan crest will
be set on silver drapes behind the
orchestra and silver and green
streamers will lead from it to the
words, "class" and "1940" which will
be placed on green.
Noble Sissle and his negro orches-
tra will play. Sissle is at present
making a tour of the cointry and
soon will return to Chicago. He
has played on many college cam-
puses and in London, Paris, Monte
Carlo and New York.
There will be no grand march this
year and Noble Sissle and his troupe
will give a 30 minute floor show.
Late permission will be granted to
all women attending the dance. Only.
the members of the central commit-
tee and their guests will be permitted
to wear corsages.

Will Attend Aniual Freshman Ball

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Chapter Houses Bridge Tournament Faculty-Alumni
Choose Officers Is Held In League Dance At Union
The winners of the all-campus
For New Year l bridge tournament held under the Well Attended
joint sponsorship of the League and
the Union last night were Max R.
Pledgiiigs And Initiations Stout, '38 and Don G. Bronson, '38, The Union ballroom was the scen
Are Also Announced By *both of the Alpha Epsilon Phi fra- of the fourth dance in the Faculty
. I ternity. Alumni series. The dance, which wa
Loca Fraternities Second place honors went to Hugh held from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. yes
Hayward, '38, and Frank Steere, '38, terday was exceptionally well at
Among the recent activities of the who represented the- Delta Upsilon tended.
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ticns, elections of officers and pledg-# Milton Sheiman, '39M and Samuel
Igs. hSeimari, '40M took third place while
Acacia announces the pledging of Baibira Roberts, '37 and Virigina
John Feick, '40, Sandusky, O.; and MAu ?holland, '39, came in fourth.
Robert Swart, '39, Grand Rapids.
Alpha Delta Pi -nounces the
pledging of Gwendolyn Palmer '38, M uelle
and Helen Soos, '38, Flint.
Alpha Gamma Delta recently held 4X
an election of next year's officers.
They are: Margaret Johnson, '39,O
_resident; Margaret Carlson, '38,
photoby Walter A. Crow. I first vice-president; Elaine Kohl, '40,
SUZANNE WELLS ROBERT MIX 'econd vice-president; Dorothy Bea-
xey, '38, treasrer; Mary Engeman, '38, (Continued from Page 1)
z ecording secretary; Ruth Laing '40,
a ni al o l ecalls To S d ng secretary; Jane Du sembly and led the Assembly Ball.
Meit '3, scal chairman; and Marcella She is a member of the finance com-
tarklaTndf'39, yrthi-A-ncaim mittee for the Junior Girls Play and
..' fAft C- c a isit Initiation Annoaunced has been on the orientation coin-
Alpha Kappa Lambda announces
the initiaon of the following: David ttee of the League as an adviser
By BARBARA PATERSON the United States and enroll at the A. Black, '38, Robert R. Shirley, '37, and on the finance committee for
Usually the word "loyalty" brings Tuskegee Institute for negroes. His H. Richard Stedding, '40E, and Wim- ur dCaiated with Delta
to mind pictures of flags and thoughts burn L. Wallace, '40.
tomind pites of fls andthy.uHhts lequest was granted and he tearfully Beta Theta Pi announces the in Gamma sorority, is a member of
ever, in the case of Frances Ever- left. itiation of Mendel Kitzmiller, '38E; Wyvern and s i the cast of the
ard, '38, a wooden cannibal doll calls Mrs. Everard received letters from Ben Wampler, '38A; Andros Gulde Junior Girls Play. Last year she
forth the story of a particular form him quite regularly, telling about how '33; Robert Fuller, '39: John Ohrt, was on a Sophomore Cabaret com-
'10"' Ferris Rennie, '39; Robert John- inittee and she has also participated
of loyalty-that of a slave toward his he was getting along in his work. A ' Fin reshman Proect At present she
former owner. son: Lynn Townsend, '40; Henrym.
few years later, by means of a letter, Heyl, '40E; Robert Straub. '40; Wil- is a member of The Daily's business
More than seventy years ago Miss .ie even asked permission to marry! E-am Conrad; George Lowrey, 40; staff.
Everard's grandfather, William Ev- After he had finished school, Wil- Barton Myers, '40E; Perry Tenney, Miss MacKenzie, also a member of
erard, an English army officer, was iam became interested in movements '40; Robert Goodyear, '40E; and Wil- Delta Gamma, was on the publicity
stationed in Africa. With him at for negro education. He was respon- liam Devereaux, '40. committee of Sophomore Cabaret
the post was his bride of a few sible for many such drives in New Delta Gamma recently elected the and a committee for Freshman Proj-
weeks.CYork City, besides maintaining a following officers: Helen Purdy, '38, ect. She has been on the editorial
Rshome and business practice in Vi- resident; Elizabeth Baxter, '38, vice- staff of The Daily for two years and
One day during the course of a ginia. iesident; Roberta Melin, '38, record- was recently appointed publicity
trip into the iterior of the conti- Throughout all these years William ing secretary; Mary Alice MacKenzie, manager of W.A.A.
nent, they came upon a startling Lawton has not forgotten his in- I'39, tr easurer; Mary Rall, '39, corre- MiswaotailtewthK -
scne Two cannibaltribes ad t t gao r.eadHs 1p gsce ;Ca t9 ie Miss Swartout, affiliated with Kap-
seeTw canbltiehajutdebtedxiess to Mrs. Everard. He still sponiding secretary; Charlotte Poock, pa Alpha Theta, is a member of the
fought a desperate battle, and the finds time to write to her occasion- '39, rushing chairman; Jane Jewitt. Lague socia committee.She
victors were feasting (as only can- ally down in Barbados where she still' '40, assistant irushing chairman Leaue social committee. She has
nibals can) upon the king and queen Ive.Atog mr hnsvetbIt een a tryout on the Gargoyle staff
nibls an)upn te kngand~quenlives. Although more than seventy The sorority announces the pledg- and a member of finance comittees
of the conquered tribe. The winners years have passed since a small ing of Anabel Dre 40 Cleve- for Sophomore Cabare an Fres
were saving the little three-year-old woman with a bag of rice was all lnd. O., and Enora Ferriss, '40, De- marr Project.
prince, madly clutching his doll, for that stood between him and the caul- troit. manPrjec
an especially delicious dessert. Just dron, William has remained loyal to o-1cers Elected
before the child was to be killed, the that "angel of mercy" who saved him The Kappa Nu fraternity an-
veards any h c ou in the nick of time. nounces the election of the following -- -
bear to see any such calamity occur, - -- - officers : Robert Harrison, '38, pres- --~ -_
so after much argument, Mrs. Ever- . iet: Loar H an, '39, pie-
ard bought the youngster for a bag d.ent; LeonadiResenman.' 9, vice
of rice. president; Irving Isaacs, '39, corre-
At first he had no real name, but To Sponsor Party ma sponding secretary: Nathaniel Holtz-
was called by almost anything thatina, 39, recording secretary; Ste-
phan Stone, 38, treasurer; and Mor-
octurred to his owners. Then the Members of the Public Health Club ton Jacobs, '38, social chairman.
family was sent to Barbados, an will hold their monthly party from 9 The following were initiated re-
island in the British West Indies. As p.m. to I a.m. todcay in Lane Hall,{ac- cently into Kappa Nu: Harold Gast,
he became older Mrs. Everard felt cording to Florence Bennell, Grad., '39, Allen Middleton, '38, Phillips As-
he needed some sort of a me and president of the organization. While tron, '40, Robert Pollack, '40. Jack
let him choose one. He selected Wil- admission to members is free, said Weiner, '40, Nathan Seigel, '40, See-
ramda Lawtonim fter Mr. Evr- Miss Bernneli, there will be a charge more Weitzman, '38, Herbert Scott,
erard and Lawton from Mrs. Ever- of 25 cents to outsiders. '40, and Bernard Rubinier, '39.
ard's maiden-namBe. He was definite-.I

iufzs. 1-kLuience c; cimarv, wno wor
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Where T. Go

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Theatre: Michigan, "Outcast,"
with Warren William, Karpn Morley
and Lewis Stone; Majestic, "John
Meade's Woman," with Edward Ar-
nold and Francine Larrimo*e;
Wuerth, "Can This Be Dixie," with
Jane Withers, and "Arizona Ma-1
honey," with Larry Crabb; Orpheum,
"Ramona,, with Loretta Young, and
"Easy to Take," with Marsha Hunt;
Lydia Mendelssohn, "They Too
Arise," presented by the Hillel Play-
ers.
Coffee Hour: From 4:30 to 5:30
p.m., at the Union, for all men stu-
dents and faculty. Mrs. S. T. Dana
will pour.
Dancing: In the League Silver
Grill.
Lecturers: At 4:15 p.m., in the
Natural Science Auditorium, Prof.
Max Wertheimer will lecture on the
subject, "On the Psychology of
Thinking." At 4:15 p.m., in the
amphitheatre of the Chemistry-Bldg.,
Dr. H. N. Wheeler will lecture on
"Forestry in the United States."
Exhibitions: From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
at the Architectural Building, an ex-
hibition of Chinese art.
Enggement Of Former
Student Is Announced i
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gerstman of De-
troit announce the engagement of
their daughter Jane, former student
of the University, to George Golanty,
also of Detroit. Mr. Golanty is of the
class of '36 of the University of Pitts-
burgh,
The wedding date is set for April 4.

ly Mrs. Everard's slave now, and she
saw to it that he received an educa-
tion.
Doll Adorhed With. Jewelry
William'no longer wanted his doll,
so he gave it to Mrs. Everard. Al-
though the doll was wooden and
crude looking, it was adorned with
tiny precious jewelry. A fine gold
nose-ring, perfect in every detail,
pierced the doll's blunt nose. Red
bracelets shaped like coiling snakes,
gold and brilliantly colored strands
of beads, wrought-silver ankle brace-
lets-all had been made with infinite
care and were extremely valuable.
These are the objects which Miss
Eyerard now owns, and they recall
to her mind the story of William
Lawton's loyalty to Mrs. Everard.
William almost worshipped hia
owner. He never did anything even,
for himself without her specific per-
mission. When he had earned some
money he asked if he might go to
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Miss Hazel G. Herringshaw and
Dr. Lloyd Gates, advisors of the club,
Will act as chaperons. All faculty
members of the public health de-
partment have been invited.
HERMITACEt
Hermitage will hold an informal
radio party today from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m., accorging to Donald G. Davis,
'37E, social chairman. Chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Meacham
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hendley, of
Chelsea.

ill beba J z J i ren y eiecatied he fo-
:owing officers: John P. Berger, '39M,
president; 'ank Forsyth, '39M, sec-
retary-treasurer; Robert Griffith,
'39M, steward; Peter Poulos, '39M,
alumnus secretary.
Pledging Announced
Psi Upsilon elected the following
officers recently: Phillip Haughey,
'37A, president; Kent Bradford, '37E,
vice-president; William Guthrie, '38,
secretary. F
The fraternity also announces the
i ecent pledging of Alfred Williams,
'40A, of Battle Creek.

.Be Charming .

With your new Easter
Costumes it is important
to choose the correct
beauty aids. Visit the
RITZ
BEAUTY SALON
605 E. William Phone 7066
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