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SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1938

THE MIS - MAN DAILY

PAGE "FIVE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

W.A.oA.Sports
Norma Curtis Spending F
Will Introduce
New Leaders_

Heads

Are

Named.

lone ymoon In Bermuda

Third In Tea

Nelson Leaves
On Trip Today
Will Study Administration
Of International Centers
Counselor to Foreign Students, Prof
J. Raleigh Nelson, will leave this
morning for an extended tour of va-
rious international centers of the
country.
Professor Nelson is taking this op-
portunity for studying the programs

NEW CAMPUS COATS , INSTALLATION BANQUET
or campus wear, the smartest and Tickets for Installation Banquet,
most practical coat is the natural to be held at 6 p.m. Monday in the
camel hair made in short swagger League Ballroom, can still be obtained
style. One such a coat is made in until noon today in the office of Miss
approved;length and has large reefers,un
giving it -a very casual air. Another Ethel McCormick at the League. Rep-
lightweight coat is the wrap-around resentatives from sororities and dor-
(style. This has large floppy reefers mitories should bring the exact
and a belt which gives it a trim ap- amount of money necessary when
pearance. calling for their ticket reservations.

Pance

Series

Is Wednesday
Searth To Be Sponsored

,
_

Introduction Of Managers

oratunityiosadtudyinter thos
Will Take Place Monday For Singer To Appear of activities and the general methods
At Installation BOrchestraaministration in other centers of
lo-__ (nqet I Zw icksOrhsa international work in preparation for
the opening of the new International
Ire H atO The third All-Campus Tea Dance Center at the University in Septem-
sponsored by Assembly .and Congress ber.
will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Wed- International houses at Columbus,
S hcnesday in the League Ballroom. Lor- ., Washington, Philadelphia, Pa.,
ty representatives on the Women's raine Lievrouw, '40. is general chair- New York City, Syracuse, N.Y., and
Athletic Association board were an- * nan of the dance. Cornell will be visited.
nounced yesterday by Mary Johnson,- A campus wide searcn is being con-_ _ _
'38, outgoing W.A.A. ,president. ducted by the dance committee for a
'8ot-nWA. prsetsinger to appear with Charlie Zwick's
Irene Sabo, '38BAd, will replace orchestra which will play at the
Ruth Carr, '38Ed, as archery manager, dance. All applicants for the posi-
Florence Corkum, '41Ed, will take the ationshould see Miss Lievrouw at
place of Sally Orr, '40Ed, badminton once in order to make arrangements
manager. Sally Corcoran, '41, will for tryouts.
act as new basketball head. Alberta . No Miers
Royal, '40, formerly held that posi- 3N xer bng gem ents
tion. A & At Wednesdays affair there will be 6 6
New Baseball Leader Iino mixers, such as Paul Jones dances
and grand marches, unless there are Vung-Yuin Ting, daughter of Mr.
New baseball leader will be Bar', special requests for them, Miss Liev- and Mrs. Zoong Ing Ting of Shang-
bara Eppstein, '39, who istsucceeding rouw said. Refreshments of ginger hai, China, and Ray Chang, '38E, son
Martha Tillman, '39. Beth O'Roke, ale and cookies will be served of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Chang of Pei-
'40A, is the new president of dance The dance is open to all students ping, China, were married at 9 a.m.
club. Beatrice Lovejoy, '39Ed, is the on campus and they are urged to today at the First Methodist Church.
outgoing officer. Replacing Elizabeth come stag, according to Miss Liev- Dr. Charles Brashares officiated at
White, '39,U asfencing manager is rouw. There will be a fee of 25 cents the ceremony.
Julia Ann Upson, '39. for men, but women will be admitted The wedding of Margaret Victoria
Marjorie Tate, '39, has been elect- Edward Pfieffer, New York magazine executive, is shown here with free. These dances are held on al- Sahom, '30, and Theodore Stanley
Putt, women's golf club. Marjorie his bride, the former Elizabeth Vandenburg, daughter of Senator Van- ternate Wednesdays and Thursdays Caile, '29, will be held at 8 p.m.to-
e' ol cl aoi deburg of Iichigan, as they sailed from New York for a Bermuda inorder to enable as many students day at the bride-elect's home in
Merker, '39, formerly held that posi-o ia as possible to attend. IBirmingham.
tion. Mary Richardson, '40Ed, will honeymoon.
again head hockey. Betty Hood, '40 - ~ .iommi- --NamedMi s S nom received her PD; de-
will take the place of Dorothy White, Robert May, 39E, is assistant gree from the University in 1938. She
wil tae te paceof orthyWhie, *~17J t ~ Ichairman of the dance. William was for severa years research assis
38, president of Crop and Saddle, April ools PF arty He Lin1 Rockwell '41, is head of the enter- tant in psychology, and for the past
women's riding club. tainment committee; Muriel Heff, '41, year she has been employed on the
oifae Head Named OfDa cT Hd iooht is chairman of the administrative staff of the Kalamazoo State hospital.
Betty Gross, '40, will succeed Olive " j" b ommittee; Stephen Page, '40, heads-__
Reed, '39, as manager of rifle. Fran- the publicity committee; Betty Myers,
ces Gaar, '41, will be the new swim- Seventeen dances will be given by the music for the Gamma Phi Beta '41, is in charge of refreshments;
ming club president and will take the fraternities, sororities, and dormitor- spring formal. Miss Justine Went- Edward Egle, '39E, heads the patrons
place of Helen Wolf, '40. ies tonight. worth, Mr. Douglas Edwards, and committee and Marian Gommesen,
Dorothy Maul, '39, will replace Mar- Adeia Cheever's April Fool's Party, Mrs. E. D. Preston will chaperon. '38, is chairman of the hostess com-
garet Waterston, '38, as tennis head to be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. An informal dance will be given minee.
and Betty Lou Witters, '41Ed&A, will John Sechirst and Mrs. Joseph Par- by Helen Newberry residence. Miss -- --- -
be the new manager of outdoor sports s.ns, will feature games. Ellen Mann and Miss Ruth Danielson Slide Rule Dance
Betty Patten, '39Ed, formerly held Among the informal cances, is Al- will chaperon and Bill Sawyer's- or-
that position. pha Chi Omega's radio dance, whIh chestra will play. Ayd}
These women and other officers re- will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. John S. Worley and
cently -named will be introduced by Francis Wistert and Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stewart will T an 300 s
Norma Curtis, '39, new W.A.A. presi- R chaperon Kappa Alpha Theta's in-__
dent Monday at the League Installa- Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron and formal dance. ! Slide Rule Dance, held last nightc
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Ind will haper- Jimmy Fisher's orchestra will play at the Union by the engineers, pro-
int aatbanquet., Theytwill be eda hformally o
installed at a lannquet Tuesday at then Alpha Delta Pi's informal radio for the Kappa Delta pledge formal. vided dancing pleasure for more than '
W.A.A. building ance Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 300 couples.
__________a_______nAlpha Epsilon Phi ard A. Clague and Mr. and Mrs. Har- Belle Levin'~9 who ws th st

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Reach Finals
In Badminton
21 Survive Sini - Finals
Held Here Last Night
Twenty-one players who won in the
semi-finals of the city badminton
tournament last night will play in
the finals tonight.
In the women's open singles tourna-
ment Margo Goodrich will play Louise1
Paine, and in the men's open singles !
Chris Mack will meet Earl Smith, '39.
Eleanor Gilbert will play Mary An- I
derson in the women's novice singles
tournament, and the finals of the
men's novice singles tournament will
be played between Lee Hart and Louis
Wenger.
Dorothy Gardiner, Ed., and Jane
Quirk, '38, will meet Miss Goodrich
and May Lewis in the finals of the
women's open doubles, and in the
men's open doubles Mack and Leroy
Weir, Grad., will play Francis Carl
and Vincent Stace. In the women's
novice doubles Priscilla Ehlers and
Mary Hayden will play Miss Gilbert
and Barbara Bleeker.
Guests At Crease
Ball Wear Colorful
Spri ng-Like Gowns
Many colorful and spring-like for-
mals were worn by guests last night
at the annual Crease Ball held in the
League Ballroom. More than 500
people danced to music by Jimmy
Lunceford and his orchestra.
Margaret Cram, '39, who was the
guest of David Knight, '38L, co-chair-
man of the dance, was wearing a
peach marquisette dress of simple
lines and full skirt. Jean .Rich, '38,
was with Charles White, '38L, chair-
man of the ticket committee. Miss
Rich was wearing peach net.
Mary Jane Field, '38, attended with
Edward Downs, '38L, and Mary Kath-
arine Adams, '39, attended with
James Black ,'37L. James Briegel,
'38L, had as his guest Virginia Jack-
son, '38.
Muriel Hassard, who wore printed
satin, was the guest of Lorenzo Car-
lisle, '38L, of the decorations com-
mittee. Phyllis Miner, '39, was the
guest of Robert Keck, '39L, Miss
Miner chose a brown, orange and

A tea dance from 4 to 7 p.m. will'
be given today by Alpha Epsilon Phi
in honor of the new initiates. Chap-
erons will be Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Jay
and Dr. and Mrs. Julian Tobias.
Jimmy Fischer's orchestra will play
for Alpha' Gamma Delta's formal
dance. The affair, to be chaperoned
by -Mr. and Mrs. Edward Duus and
Miss E. Barnard, is being given in
honor of the actives.

old Fairbanks.
Lambda Chi Alpha
An informal radio dance will be
given by Lambda Chi Alpha. Mr. and
Mrs. John Johnstone and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Swinton will chaperon.
Miss Mary E. Gleason and Miss
Sarah Rowe will chaperon the Mar-
tha Cook informal radio dance.
Music for the Phi Kappa Psi in-
formal dance will be provided byI

The members of Alpha Omega are Larry Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rog-
giving a Joe College radio d'unce. The ers and Mr. and Mrs. R. Shephards
chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. Jack will chaperon.
Ecker, Dr. and -Mrs. Sam Nadelman' Rochdale House is planning an in-
and Dr. S. Sieger. formal radio dance. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Moe Carter's Collegian's will fur- S. Attwood and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
nish the music for Alpha Tau Omega's Spooner will chaperon.
closed informal dance. The chaper-
ons for the dance will be Mr. and +
Mrs. Leslie A. Wikel and Prof. and !Miical Honor Society I
Mrs. Walter J. Emmons. Will Initiate o orrow
Chi Omega Dance{
The new initiates of Chi Omega are Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary
giving a formal dance in honor of the music society, will hold initiation at
actives. Decorations will be in the 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the home of
Easter spirit. Prof. and Mrs. L. C. Jean Seeley, '36.
Karpinski and Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Those who will be initiated are
Gehring will chaperon. 1 Doris R. Holt, '38SM; Ruth H. Lahee,
Dr. and Mrs. Francis D. Curtis '39SM; Mary Alice McAndrew, '39SM;
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Smith Jane Schwab, Grad. and Mildred!
will chaperon the formal dance which Small, Grad.
Delta Gamma pledges are giving ii Following the initiation the newI
honor of the actives. members will be feted at a supper
Russ Rollins' orchestra will provide given by Mrs. Wassily Besekirsky.

of Sidney Steinborn, '39E, general
chairman, wore an aqua net dress
with rhinestone clips and silver acces-
sories. Mary Ellen Wilson, Grad.,
who attended with Alfred Waldchen,
'39E, program chairman, was dressed
in pink taffeta with maroon trim-
ming and wore a maroon velvet rib-
bon in her hair.
Fred W. Smith, '38E, chairman of
decorations, had as his guest, Jane
Munson, '40. Miss Munson wore a
black taffeta gown which had a
tight bodice and was full skirted.
She had silver accessories. Ernest
Tanzer, '38E, took Eleanor Jane Mas-
sie, '38, who wore dubonnet satin.
Mary Elizabeth James, '38, the
guest of Robert Young, '39E, was
wearing a spring print formal with
a flared skirt and had a green flower
in her hair. Irene Bessolo, '40, had
on a changeable taffeta cut in an
old fashioned style. Miss Bessolo was
the guest of Roger Frazier, '38E. Fra-
zier, Young and Tanzer were decora-
tions assistants.
A CORRECTION
The regular League dance, featur-
ing a "Punch" theme, will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tonight. It
was announced as being held yester-
day in yesterday's Daily.

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The outgoing Undergraduate Council
of the
MICHIGAN LEAGUE
offers you.
PUNCH - of a Lifetime
PUNCH - in Music
PUNCH - for a Free Pass
as their Swan Song

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