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TI3hfSDY. MARCH 8,939 THE MIGHIGAN DAILY
Crease Ball To Be pril 1Bratton And Knight Are Cha

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Knight &7Date
By MARIANNE
What with March coming in like a lamb and all the campus functions
taking place, we figure that this was a week-end worth living and, if it could
only be, worth doing again.
The "'41'ers" were out Friday night (in true pioneer spirit . .. doing a
great job of prospecting for the nuggets of "frolic" in the haunts of the
Union Ballroom) ... and 'twas not a small find they gleaned . .. in fact,
the Frosh Frolic might well be claimed one of the best class dances of the
year . . . P'haps its the fresh spirit of the class, but no doubt we can well
give credit to the committee who led the "prospectors" to the quest .
Everyone was having fun . . . and now the'
41'ers" have claimed their place in the social
whirligig of class activities . .. And then there
were numerous other parties that digressed
from the usual formal whirl . . . The ATO's had
a hay ride that had all the novelty one could'
ask for . . . The ride ended at the "Brown
Derby," where a good old-fashioned barn dance
wa sin full swing . . . Informality was the rule
this week-end ... and Frosh Frolic almost the
exception, as dances went . . . but the variety
was the spice of the week-end . . . and it was
aoppreciated by everyone ... The Union Ballroom was a gay spot ..
bedecked with all the fine atmosphere any Frosh Frolic could don ..
Green cellophane columns, green balloons, green programs, and green gowns
were the essence of the background against which the dancing took place .. .
Bud Wells was trying to pull one of the white notes on the pillars down
to give to Ruth Seager for her knick-knack shelf or scrapbook or such ...
Ed Foote, June Roberts, Molly Van Ameringen and Dick Hassberger added
to the general balloon confusion by snatching at the green cell'ophane
streamers around and about . . . which incidentally released more and
more balloons.
As Green As Gr'ass .. .
Chairman Don Ryker and Ida May S'_tt breezed in after: the party was in
full swing . . . they had been at the Lambda Chi Alpha house at the
dinner in honor of Don, Lambda Phi pledge . . . Janet Dickinson danced by
with Frank Bussard closely followed by Ted Frazier and Addie Mason
Frosh Frolic didn't attract everyone, however, Friday . . . Those who
couldn't get tickets or were just disinterested chose
to take in a show or a dance at the League instead
.Garg queen Ellie Sikkenga and Rog Houze
looked like they were trying to learnda new dance
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Various Central
Committeeme"n
Are Announced
Arrangements For Place]
Of Dance And Orchestra
Will Be Made Known
Crease, annual lawyer's ball, will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
April 1, it was announced yesterday.
Robert Bratton, '38L, and David
Knight, '38L, will be co-chairman
for the ball. Announcement was al-
so made of other members of the
central committee.
Shelby Dale, '38L, and Edward1
Ruff, '38L, will be in charge of the
music committee. Chairman of the
ticket committee will be Benjamin
Harris. '38L. Charles B. White, '38L,
will be in charge of the invitation
committee.
Others on the central committee
will be Lorenzo Carlisle, '38L, Ricihard'
Shook, '38L James Horiskey, '38L,
David Rosin, '38L and Robert Cham-!
bliss, '38L.
Arrangements are being made for
the place in which the dance will be
held, Bratton stated.
The orchestra will also be an-
nounced at an early date. Jimmy
Rachel and his orchestra played for
the dance last year which was held in
the Lawyers Club.
Plan Style Sow
I League Toni ghi
The Michigan Dames are present-
ing their annual style show at 8p.m.
of the League, in combination with

Rita Rio's Feminine Band Will Play
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Dental Students To Begin Students Invited
Sale Of Dance Tickets
t
Next Week At Union To Rithven Tea
Rita Rio and her Rhythm Girls
will play for the fourth annual Odon- Affair To Be Tomorrow 1
to Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, March 18, in the Union Is Eighth In Series
Ballroom, Myron Van Leouwen, '39D,
chairman of .the publicity commit- Five mnembers of the faculty and I
tee, announced yesterday. ten student groups will attend the
The band, which has just complet- eighth Ruthven Tea, to be held from JI
ed an engagement at Washington. 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in the Presi- 1
I D.C., appeared at the Metropolitan dent's home. Marcia Connell, '39, is
Theatre, Boston, as the featured in charge.
stage attraction. and recently played iDean Henry C. Anderson of the
for~~ea aer Cpecalntaedsceno theUnivr-l
So innesotacdanm on the Uver-College of Engineering, Hardin Van
Deursen, of the School of Music and
Rito Rio, herself, is a dancer, sing- Mrs. Van Deursen, Charles E. Koella,
er and actress as well as an orchestra of the French department, and Mrs.
leader, and she has appeared on the Koella, Ross T. Bittinger, of the Col-
screen in "Rio Rita" and. more re- lege of Architecture, and Mrs. Bittin-
cently, in Eddie Cantor's "Strike Me 'er and Prof. Paul Cuncannon, of the
Pink." political science department are the
Tickets for the dance will be avail- faculty members who will attend.
able to Dental School students only Sororities which have been special-
for the first week. after which time ly invited are Collegiate Sorosis, Chi!
they will be on general sale at the Omega, Gamma Phi Beta, Zeta Tau
Union desk, or from Dental School Alpha and Alpha Gamma Delta. Fra-
students, Mark Coggan, '39D, head ternities which have been invited by
of the ticket committee. announced. the social committee are Psi Upsilon,
In addition to the above named Phi Kappa Psi, and Zeta Beta Tau.

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committee chairmen, Rocco Valluzzo,
'39D, general chairman of the dance,
has appointed Samuiel Wills, '39D, as
decorations chairman. and Robert
Sibilsky, '39D, head of the patrons
committee.
Petitioning Beglins
For Frosh Project

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step and succeeing . . . bar a
Newman came up to shuffle a
seeing "The Golem" . . . Caroly
Ladd were out "Frolicing" Frida
Vedder and Herm Cole ... Be
Krieger were in on the fun to
Lorraine Haskins and Art Brar
the ballroom for some dancing
Saturday things started pol
Union and the League were d
for all the eager dancers . . . I
fraternity, had turned out en m
Jim Miller, and Caroline Nilesc
ken and Eva Lahti and Edith .
again . . . The Alpha Kappa
Bob Steinle's music, however,
coking downstairs with Dick K
Stickels and Earl Cusac were a
Swing And Sprin
Over at the League there wa
Bill Wilson and Jane Brady
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a erndaa an er
"a world cruise." The show is to - SeriesPetitions for activity on Frosh
reund telude fashions from major points, on ~e Project and for the three Ethel Mc-
n Colle and Dave the globe, and the representation of Cormick scholarships can be turned
each country is to be proceeded by a T f r in during this week in the Under-
tty Shick and Jim program of entertainment typical of o graduate Office of the League. Peti-
o . . and we saw '-j that country. tion blanks for both are available in
ndt tripping up to The models, or "travelers," will be the Undergraduate Offices.
.Mrs. G. Ackley, Mrs. C. H. G. Dixon, Committees Are Named The McCormick scholarships are
pping and the rush was on . . . Both the Mrs. J. C. Hall, Mrs. C. B. Hensley, For Next Sunday Affair open to sophomore and junior women
Ding well . . . by furnishing entertainment Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Jr., Mrs. M. A. _______ who have participated in extra-cur-
t looked like Alpha Kappa Kappa, medical Shilling, and Mrs. D. Trapp. Usher- Members of five committees for the ricular activities and who have main-
i ng will be clone by Mrs. G. K. Mann- tained a high scholastic average. The
aasse . . . reserved table and everything ... ing and Mrs. J. Raskin, and Janet fourth in the series of Sunday Night Executive Board of the League Un-
drank and drank cokes . . . Harold Wendel- Gast will be the page. Suppers, to be held at 6 p.m. Sunday dergraduate Council will interview
Alcorn and Bill DeWeese sat there now and; The style show is sponsored by the in the League Ballroom, were an- applicants for the scholarships.
Kappa's weren't the only ones taking in charm group. of which Mrs. L. Kul- nounceK yesterday by committeel
Virginia Kreighoff and sister Maddie were cincki is chairman; the homemaking heads.
:nowe and Bishop Kuhn . . . and Jeanette group, the chairman of which is Mrs. The entertainment committee, un-jSorority Women Asked
lso imbibing . . . L. C. Barden, and the music group, der William Rockwell, '41, will be To Return Ball Tickets
r, Too.. with Mrs. R. D. Shick as chairman. composed of Lorraine Lievrouw, '39;
The introduction will be given by Arthur Kostman, '40; Francis South- All sorority women are asked to
s a good deal of fun and swing intermingled Mrs. R. E. Joyce, president. Ion, '40; Helen Barnett, '41; Janet turn in any tickets they may have for
sat at a table practically on top of Charlie's j-Sargent, '41; and Dorothy Ann Kil- the Assembly Ball immediately,
piano . .. Wally Hook and Phyl Elder were roy, '41. Myrra Short, '39, announced.
talking a few tables down . . . between an- Miss Shearer Will Wed Members of the refreshment com- I Tickets held by sorority women will
swering questions about the outcome of the N. B. LawI[on Tormorrow jmittee, under June Pollan, '40; are f not be honored at the door. A com-
hockey game . . . Marge Williams and Bill Marjorie Gallagher, '41SM; Agnes ! plete sell-out of tickets and the de-
Parfet and 'Laine Matheny and Bill Miles Miss Helen Virginia Shearer, Landers, '39 and Cathleen Wedemey- mand of independents who were late
spent most of the evening doing the obvious daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. er, '39A. Those on the Forum com- in securing theirs necessitated this
Shearer of Detroit, and Norman B. mittee are Marvin Reider, '39, and action. Miss Short explained. Barney
thing . . . dancig..L. awton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Julian Frederick, Grad. The publicity Rapp and his New Englanders have
The ATO's got back from their sleigh B. Lawton of Detroit will be married committee is made up of June Fink- been schedtled to play for the ball,
(hay) ride just in time to run those un- tomorrow. beiner, '41; Stephen Page, '39A and which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
fortunates with only 12.30 permission home The bride-elect is a graduate of the Zenovia Skoratko, '40. Philip West- a.m. March 11.
Harry Clark and Bette Conn managed to University of Wisconsin where she brook, '40, is the chairman of this
ai affiliated with Pi Beta Phi. Mr.gyegroup.
h a tgawton attended the University. He gThe ticket committee, headed by- -- M

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