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SUNDAY, MARCU 20, 1938 TI E MI hTiG AN D AILY

PAGE FIVE

Second

All-Campues

Tea

Dance

Is -Sponsored
By Assembly
And Congress
Robert May Is Chairman
Of Affair; Will Be Held
In Ballroom Of League
The second All-Campus Tea Dance,
sponsored by Congress and Assembly,
will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., Thurs-
day in the League Ballroom.
Robert May, '39E, is chairman and
Lorraine Lievrouw, '40, will assist
him. Admission for men will be 25
cents, but women ;will be admitted
free :of charge. The admission was
increased in order to make the
dance entirely self-supporting, May
said.
Charlie Zwick will play for group
dances which are designed to get stu-
dents acquainted with each other.
Refreshments of ginger ale and
cookies will be served. Hostesses who
will assist at the dance will be recog-
nized by the small yellow hair-bows
they will wear in their hair. The
hostesses will make all introductions
desired, May stated.
Tea dances Will be heli every other'
week on alternating Wednesdays and
Thursdays, in order to give all stu-
dents a chance to attend. The chair-
manship for the dance will /be al-
ternated between Congress and As-
sembly.
Chairman of the various commit-
tees for the affair are as follos:4
DANCING
Glass & Indivdual in-
struction in all types
ui'dancing. Teachers'
course. Open daily 10
N.M. to 10' P.M.
Phone 9695 2nd Floo 1
Terrace Garden Studio
" Wuerth :Theatre Bldg.

To Lead Band At Ball

Capitalist Ball
Patrons' List
Is Announced

I

r(eddings
c. and ./

Stock
R1dJ

Market Quotations,
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EMERY DENTSCH
Muriel Hess, '40, head of the ad-
ministrative committee; William
Rockwell, '41, in charge of enter-.
tainment; Marian Gommesen, '38,
head of the hostess committee; Ed-
ward Egle, '39E, in charge of the
patrons committee; Stephen Page,
'41; head of the publicity committee
and Betty Myers, '39, in charge ofj
refreshments.
The affair is open to all students,f
May emphasized. Students are
urged to come stag and cutting in
will be encouraged. There will be a
meeting for all committee members
and committee chairmen at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.

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8 Nickels Arcade
Goss -AMOUR'

A New

Girdle .:. that Silken
Gossamer NET ELASTIC

Will Decorate Dance
Patrons and patronesses and the
theme of decorations for the third
annual Capitalist Ball, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday March
25 in the Union Ballroom have been
announced by Paul Simpson, '39BAd,
and Donald Dunnabeck, '38BAd, of
the floor committee.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, and Dean
and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin head the
patrons list. Prof. and Mrs. Charles
L. Jamison, Prof. Robert G. Rodkey,
Prof. and Mrs. Olin W. Blackett,
Prof. Margaret Elliot, Prof. and Mrs.
Edgar H. Gault are also included.
Prof. and Mrs. Sharfman to Be There
Prof. and Mrs. I. L. Sharfman,
Prof. and Mrs. Charles F. Remer,
Prof. and Mrs. Z. Clark Dickinson,
Prof. and Mrs. Leonard L. Watkins,
Prof. and Mrs. William Haber, Prof.
and Mrs. Shorey Peterson, Prof. and
Mrs. Howard S. Ellis, Prof. and Mrs.
Robert S. S. Ford and Prof. and Mrs.
Edgar M. Hoover, Jr. will also be
Prof. and Mrs. John W. Riegel,
Prof. and Mrs. Dudley M. Phelps,
Prof. and M'rs. Merwin H. Water-
I man, Prof. and Mrs. George R. Hus-
band, Prof. and Mrs. Robert P. Briggs
will attend, as will Mr. Samuel C.
Fielden, Mr. Herbert H. Gardner, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard U. Ratcliff, M. and
Mrs. Hampton H. Irwin, Miss Mar-
tha G. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. William
Egly, Miss Tresse Musil, and Miss
Dorothy Shapland.
Theme To Be 'Business'
The theme of the ball is to be "Busi-
npss," stock market quotations, red
ink, dollar signs, and ticker tape will
decorate the ballroom, Dunnabeck
announced.
Only a limited quantity of tickets
are -still available, according to John
Doelle '38BAd, and Hugh Hayward,
'39BAd, of the ticket committee.
These may be purchased for two dol-
lars per couple at the Union desk.
Emery Deutsch End his orchestra
are flying out from the Rainbow
Room, Radio City especially for the
dance. > Mr. Deutsch is an accom-
plished violinist, as well as the com-
poser of "Play Fiddle Play" and
"When a Gypsy Makes His Violin
Cry."
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma is holding open
house from 7 to 9:30 p.m. today. Dr.
and Mrs. H. Hootkins and Mrs. L. M.
Davies will act as chaperons for the
affair.
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Enigagemnents
* Prof. and Mrs. Edward M. Bragg of
Ann Arbor announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Martha
Shores, 38 to John Clark Moore,
'36E, at a tea held at their home
Friday.
Miss Bragg is a graduate of Ten-
acre, Well:ley, Mass., and of Paton
Hall, Romeo. Mr. Moore is a mem-
ber of Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Phi Lambda Upsilon and Tau
Beta Pi, honorary societies. The
wedding will be held in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Lion T. Closter-
house, of Grand. Rapids announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Joan, '40A, to Bern Starr, '37, last
Sunday in Grand Rapids.
Miss Closterhouse attended Vas-
sar. She is affiliated with Alpha Phi
and she was a meraber of the Wom-
en's Business Staff of the Daily in
1937. Mr. Starr, a member of Chi
Psi, was a half miler on the track
team.
The engagement of Josephine Mon-
tee, '38, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. Montee of Detroit; and Donald K.
Anderson, '3T, of Ann Arbor was an-
nounced recently. Miss Montee is
assistant to J. Raleigh Nelson, Coun-
selor to foreign students. Mr. An-
derson is employed in the news serv-
ice department of the University.
"I e Contest
Plans Released
Icgyuc ,Union To Sponsor
I t"rnim in ent MVarch 28
A duplicate bridge tournament
sponsored by the League and Union
will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Mon- I
day, March 28' in the League.
All entries must be in the form of
teams of two persons ard must be in
by 12 noon Saturday, March 26. Fra-
ternity, sorority or independent
teams may enter. There will be no
entrance fee.
Women's teams enter in person by
telephone at the League desk, and
men's teams enter in person at the
Union Student Offices or telephone
between 3 and 5 p.m. on week days.
Mixed teams enter at either League
or Union.

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