THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ist Of Guests Sororities Victors
For Architects In Quarter Finals
Of Debate Contest\
BaTY I P t d r
Grace Lambrecht Will Be
Gue'st Of Henry Ruifrok;
Gaylord'sBand Will Play
Grace Lambrecht, '39, will be the
guest of Henry Ruifrok, '38A, gen-
eral chairman of Architects Ball, to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in
the Armory, it was announced yester-
day by Jean McConkey, '39A, publicity
Virgina Carr, '38A, head of the
patrons committee, will take John
Mumford, '38, to the ball. Harry
Denyes, '39A, will be the guest of
Jean Smith, '40A, program chairman.
Bruce Elliott, '40A, will have as his
guest Beth O'Roke, '40A.
Dorothy Barrett, '39A, decorations
chairman, will have as her guest 1-
fred Roth, of Detroit, and Ann Ved-
der, '41A, will attend the dance with
George Sprau, '38A, head of enter-
Marguerite McQuillan, '39A, will
be the guest of James Mitchell, '38A,
ticket chairman. Morris Mor'an,
Grad., will attend the ball with Jean
Steere, '38A. Fred Shear, of Ann
A4bor, will be the guest of Miss Mc-
Tickets will be sold today at the
League and the Union, according to
Mitchell, but there will be no tickets,
sold at the door.
Charles Gaylord will play for the
ball. He is the inventor of the "Vi-
bra-Brass" and the "Violectric,"
which he uses to synchronize the mu-
sic of his orchestra.
A floor show will be given dcpring
Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Gamma
(1), Delta Gamma (2) and Kappa
Delta arethe winners in the quarter-
final debates held today.
Gamma Phi Beta's team composed
of Jean Tibbits, '40, and Barbara
Newton, '41, won over Clara Lee
Keller, '41, and JeanTenofsky, '41,
League House Independents. Phyllis
Elder, '38Ed., and Margery Lee Leh-
ner, '38, debating on Delta Gamma's
second team, defeated Katherine
Howell, '41, and Margaret Triplet,
'39Ed., of Martha Cook.
Delta Delta Delta's team composed
of Jane Elspass, '40, and Marion
Fleming, '40, were defeated by Jane
Sturtridge, '38, and Elizabeth Ann
Emswiler, '40, of Kappa Delta. Delta
Gamma's first team of Jane Krause,
'41, and Mary Rall, '39, won over
Edith Leveene, '41 and Mary Pattie,
'41, debating for Jordan Hall.
Sigma Alpha Iota
Muicale Is Today
Sigma Alpha Iota, national music
sorority, will hold a formal musicale
at 8:30 p.m. today at the home of
Mrs. Jones Inglis. This program is
the culmination of the year's work
of the organization.
Two of the founders of the sorority
will be present: Miss Nora Hunt hand
Miss Elizabeth Campbell. Other
guests at the program will be Dr.
and Mrs. E. V. Moore; Pres. and Mrs.
Charles Sink; Dr. and Mrs. Hardin
Van Deursen; Dr. and Mrs. Peter'
Okkelberg, and Miss Nell Stockwell.
Mrs. A. F. Hutzel, president of the
alumnae chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota,
will also attend.
Be A Spor tin'
Lass At The Michigras
Two House Parties Head
Schedule For Weekend
Tonight's list of fraternity dances
Alpha Rho Chi is giving a dinner
preceeding Architects Ball which will
be chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs.
George G. Ross and Prof. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bothman,
Prof. and Mrs. Ray Patelski and Mr.
and Mrs. B. Schmit will chaperon
Kappa Nu's spring formal, the first
of the activities planned for the week-
end house party. The dance is being
given at the Huron- Hills Country
Club, and Bill McKay's orchestra will
An informal radio dance will be
given by Phi Kappa Sigma. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Angell and Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Townsley will chaperon.
Theta Chi's Bowery Ball, with mu-
sic by Rocco and his Rockettes, from
Detroit, will be chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. W. Bruce Palmer and Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Chavenelle.
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
fraternity, will give a formal dance
at the Barton Hills Country Club in
honor of the new initiates. Prof.
and Mrs. M. B. Stout and Prof. and
Mrs. Axel Marin will chaperon, and
Bill Sawyer's orchestra will play.
A house party is being held by
Zeta Beta Tau this week-end. Mr.
and Mrs. David Lelewer,r of Chicago,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Englan-
der, of Cleveland, will attend as chap-
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Patrons Named For Michigrs
Governor Murphy heads the list and Mrs. Waldo A. Abbott, Prof. and
of the 70 patrons and patronesses Mrs. Robert C. Angell, Prof. and Mrs.
for the second annual Michigras, Phillip E. Bursley and Prof. and Mrs.
which will be held tonight and to-
morrow night at Yost Field House. H. 0. Crisler.
Regent and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Prof. Paul M. Cuncannon, Prof. and
Regent and Mrs. Franklin M. Cook, Mrs. Arthur D. Moore, Prof. and
Regent Esther M. Cram and Mr. Le- Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Prof. and Mrs.
roy Cram, Regent and Mrs. David H. ArthurDan Rev e an Prof.aan s.
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F. Hemons,Regent and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Fielding H. Yost continue the
Stone, Regent and Mrs. J. D. Lynch list.
and Regent and Mrs. E. C. Shields Dr. and M~irs. Charles A. Sink, Miss
will also be present. Laurie Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Camp-
President and Mrs. Ruthven, vice- bell Dickson, Miss Marie Hartwig,
President and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martineau, Miss
Dean H. C. Anderson, Dean and Mrs. Ethel McCormick, and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Clarence Munn complete the list.
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