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THE MICIHIGAN DAILY

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Barnett Is

Nine Chairmen
AreAnnounced
At Installation
Marjorie Forrestel To Be
Assistant; Others Listed
As '41 Committee Heads
Helen Barnett was appointed gen-
eral chairman of Freshman Project
at the annual Installation Banquet
held yesterday in the League.
Marjorie Forrestel was made as-
sistant chairman, and Jane Krause
received the appointment of chair-
man of finance. In charge of pro-
grams is Janet Homer and Margaret
Whittemore will head the costume
committee.
The music committee will be under.
Jeanne Kaufmann, while Kathryn
Palmer will be in charge of decora-
tions. Ruth Davis was named enter-
tainment chairman, and Emily San-
derson was appointed chairman of
publicity.,
Miss Barnett is president of Higley
league house and a member of the en-
tertainment committees for the
League house suppers and tea dances.
She is also on the Daily business
staff.
Miss Forrestel, of Betsy Barbour, is
a member of the Michigan 'Ensian
staff. MisstKrause, Delta Gamma,
was publicity chairman of Froshl

New League

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Officers

General
nor Societies
ap Members;
Select Leaders
e Lloyd Drama Shelf enti
Presented To League beer
y Senior Society nigh
and

Knight 7ate
By MARIANNE
Comparative calm and quiet prevailed in Ann Arbor Friday night
rely belying the fact that the Engineers and the Lawyers should have
n out tearing things apart . . . other parties ran their course too that
.t but rather than compete with two huge formals going on at one
the same time, most of them were highly informal ... .

hairman

Last Faculty Dance
To Be Wednesday
The sixth and last in the series of
Faculty Dances for this season will be
given from 7:45 to 12:30 p.mi tontor-+
row in the Union Ballroom.
The concluding number in the
aeries will be in the form of a dinner
nce, the*dinner beginning at 7:45
and to be followed by dancing. Reser-
vations for the dinner and dance may
be made at the Union.
The Faculty Dances make up an
annual series sponsored by Faculty
Women's Club and open to all mem-
bers of the faculty and alumnae. Mrs.

Lawrence Stuart is general chairman
for the dances. Bob Steinle's Union
orchestra will pray.
Fr Coa-ts
Remodeled
Repaired Relined
Cleaned Glazed
Stored at Lowest Prices.
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street

Of Freshman Project

BARBARA PATERSON

(continued from Page 1) Slide Rule at the Union gave the Engineers a chance to do some choice
Tcavotig . . . Mike Riley's hot, scintillating music struck up a new high
Theta srority, dwas publicity chair- in white-heat tempo . . . and with his chart for
man for J.G.P., decorations chair- request numbers, practically everyone was satis-
man for the '37 Panhellenic Ball ond fied except those who would have had him play
publicity chairman for the '36 Fresh- a dreamy waltz or two . . . Jean Holland and
man Project. She was on the won-a
en's staff of the Daily for two years Dayton Slater arrived in the pink of the evening
and on the social ana publicity com- . . . Joanne Westerman, Frank Feely, Doris Bol-
mittees of the League for three years. ton, and Fletcher Platt seemed mighty interested
She is president of Wyvern. in the man who could blow a horn, sing, dance,
A member of Gamma Phi Bcta smoke, take a showei, and brush his teeth all at
sorority, Miss Cnissus was general once . . . more or lesz . .-. Camilla Ayres and Dick
chairman for J.G.P. and properties Hassberger could be found most of the evening
chairman for the '36 Freshman Proj- -,in front of the bandstand. with Grace Helen
I ect. She was active in Soph Cabaret Barton and Paul Lowry 5ust behind them.
and is a member of the theatre-arts Helen Henderson and Ken Kelly tried to beat it out to the super-tempo of
ond orientation committees. She is Mister Riley's music . . . and Betty Summers and Bob Parker departed to the
a member both of Wyvern and ot lower regions to cool off with a coke . . Edna Peterson and Eddie Weiss
Alpha Alpha Gamma, architectural drifted about exchanging April Fools' greetings with their friends,.
sorority.
Miss Fullenwider of Kappa Alpha after the party was over Dave Lansdale and Betty Kepler were having quite
Theta sorority, has been active in the a wait for their wraps . . . Jane Anderson and Matt Sielski waited and
merit-system and social committees waited too .. .
of the League and has been on the The Fools Were Fooled .
staff of the 'Ensian for two years. She
worked on Frosh Project and was
ticket chairman for the '36 Soph And speaking of April Fools' day . . . over at the lawyers' party at the
Cabaret. She is a member of Wyvern. League those who expected beautiful trimmin's to go with their dancing
Delta Gamma Sorority won the wcre treated to the sight of punch bowls and cookies as the sole decorations
Service and Scholarship Cup last. o far as could be seen ... Mary Redden and George Luther were imbibing
year, and has won it three times in during the evening . . . as were Jerry Dick and Zelda Davies . . . Virginia Mc-
the past five years. Pi Beta Phi Cabe and John Adams, Isabel Bruyere and Lewis Baker were shunning the
and Gamma Phi Beta sororities were punch bowl for some concentrated dancing . . . And Boots Johnson and
tied for second place and Kappa Al- George Nichols, far from keeping away from the amber liquid, were fishing
pha Theta and Collegiate Sororsis; in it . . . Bill Hetzel and Marjorie High watched Lunceford and the boys
held third and fourth place respec- go through their paces . . . Jim McCollum was also in the crowd in front of
tively. Alumnae House and Martha the bandstand
Cook Buildig were tied for fifth Out of the fornal realm into the informal, the Phi Gam party was one
place.
ofothe best.: . Bob Mueller and Mary Carey were seen but not seeing over in a
the University, stressed keeping faith corner . . . Margaret Hubbard condoled Wad Spain over a glass of spilled
in the things one thinks are best, in punch . . . In front of the band Jack Appleton, Jean-
his speech at the banquet. Dean nie Vant, Barb Rogers, and Dick Roberts were
Lloyd, the second speaker of the eve- enjoying the special rendition of The Old Mill
ning, reminded her audience of the Stream . . . Over by the steps Norm Kewley and -
cataclysmic things happening to Dottie Dunlap were having a gay chat about some-
university students abroad, and point- thing . . . Harriet Sharkey and John Morris came
1 ed out that American students should in for a while .. . Marian Stern and Arnold Southard
feel grateful that their universities were dancing to the new-combination radio-victrola
are free to teach the truth, during intermission . . . 'Butch' Jordan, Ralph Hik-
Margaret Ann Ayers, '38, retiring kinen, and Jack Brennan were in a huddle talking
treasurer of the League, gave the to Ralph's date, Dolores Villany.
year's financial report, and an- The Chi Psi hmu.C too was ablaze with lights and a party

SPRING
FASHION
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Miss Homer, Pi Beta Phi, is on the
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HELEN JEAN DEANI
To Give Prize
IAt Tea Dane
j hird All-WCampus Afifir
TomUor'row At. [eagi e
A prize will be given to the League
house, dormitory or sorority with the
largest percentage of women present

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Michigan Co-eds Will Model Informally
in KerA's New Fifth Floor
MAYFiPIRROOM
for youthfil sophisticates
From two to five o'clock Saturday afternoon you
are invited to see the important new fashions for
Spring . . . modeled informally by MARIAN BAX-
TER, HELEN DOUGLAS, and IRENE SAR.TOR.
FTFTH FLOOR ANNEX, PLEASE

KERN'S
GRATIOT

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at the All-Campus Tea Dance, to be nounced that $7,500 would be given to
held from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in the Scholarship Fund.
the League Ballroom, according to}
Lorraine Lievrouw, '40, generalE
chairman. n hBeginning, Intermediate
Women living in the three types of Dacn lse oM e
residences will be distinguished from
each other by the different colored The regular beginning and inter-
hair-ribbons they will wear, Miss mediate dancing classes will be held
Lievrouw- said. Residents of Alumnae at 7 and 8 p.m. today respectively in
House will wear purple ribbons; those the League Ballroom.
living in Betsy Barbour House .will' All those women who have been act-
wear pink; those in Helen Newberry i ing as assistants were urged to come
Residence will wear blue; Mosher and any new women who are interest-
Hall residents will 'wear red; Jordan ed were also urged to attend.
Hall women, green; Martha Cook I----_-
Building women, yellow; league house by the central committee. All women
residents, white and sorority members, interested in trying out should make
orange. appointments today with Ethel Mc-
The guests will be counted as they Cormick, social director of the League.
enter the Ballroom, Miss Lievrouw1 Refreshments consisting of ginger
stated; all guests will provide their ale and cookies will be served. There
own ribbons. There will also be 25 will be no "Paul Jones" dances or
official hostesses au the dance, who grand marches unless there ' will be
will make all necessary introductions, enough requests for them, Miss Liev-
The search for a vocalist to ap- rouw said. Tomorrow's affair will be
pear with Charlie Zwick's, orchestra the third of its kind sponsored this
at the dance is still being conducted semester by Congress and Assembly.

Donaldson and Joe Kennicutt came in early and stayed practically to the
end of tree party . . Midge Emerett and Clem Barnes came and went .. .
Neil McKay was with Margaret MacBeth dancing around and about . .
Rushing The Easter Season.
Saturday A.E.Phi had a tea-dance in the afternoon to which Norma
Kaphan and Myron Wallace were on their way. . . Doris Wechsler was there
with Mitchell Mandeberg . . . just going up the steps we saw Harry Block
who had a date with Ruth Jacobson . . . Dorothy Arnold and Milton Frankel,
Dorothy Glass and Cy Elkus stopped in for a while ... and Ruth Rubiner
and Jules Becker left early for a coke . . . after waiting patiently in line to
partake of the buffet supper . . after the dance several couples including
Rose Louise Ollesheimer and Peter Morse, Betty Lipton and Bob Kuhn,
and Louise Samek and Lauren Greenblatt went off to see 'High Tor' . .

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