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EC. 10, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Reggie C

gilds' Orchestra To Play For Soph Prom

Yuletide Spirit
To Be Theme.
Of Deeoratioiis
Santa Claus Will AppearI
At Annual Class Dance
Without Usual Garb
Reggie Childs and his orchestra
will play for the annual Soph Prom,
first class dance of the year, which:
will be held from 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.:
today in the Union Ballroom.
Cruzan Alexander, general chair-
man has announced that a Santa
Claus will be present at the dance to
promote the spirit of Christmas
good cheer. Unlike other Santa
Clauses, he will not wear the con-
ventional costume.
Pine Tree To Be Used
Decorations for the dance will in-
clude pine trees and gilded pine
boughs. Silver stars will be hung on
the drapes, and a huge mirrored ball
will be hung from the ceiling.' In
keeping with the Christmas spirit,
there will be mistletoe hung at va-
rious places. The decorations will!
give a jungle effect, Lucille Kauer,
decorations chairman said.I
Other members of the centrall
committee include Arthur Brandt,
chairman of the tickets committee,
Paul Park, in charge of the patrons
and patronesses; Lucille Kauer and!
Benjamin Jones, co-chairmen for the
decorations committee.
Committee Men Are Named
Fred Seyfried, in charge of the
floor committee; Charles Frost, mu-
sic chairman; and John Flowers and
Byron Gerson, co-chairmen for
publicity.
Reggie Childs and his orchestra
were chosen by a campus poll to play
for the dance. He has done broad-
casting work and has played in New'
York and California. Barney Rapp i
and his orchestra played fo, the
dance last year.
Members of the floor comiittee
will be George Jones, Lewis Garri-
son; Phillip Newman, William Brown,

Turbans Go Turkish Dates Are Set Six Formals And One Informal Initiates Announced I
For Women's Are To H-e Held By Fraternities By Alpha
4. c - rJ- .-- Alpha Chi Sigma, professional fra-
H ygiene Series Les Voyageurs Will Hold the decorations this week-end will be' ternity in chemistry, announces the
____VoaerW__Hl seen here coming initiation of 11 men.
Steak Roast And Dance T Those to be initiated are Harry
Group ill BeThe Alpha Delta Phi house part IFischer, '40E, John Stone, '40E, Wil-
Gro Will Be SeparatAt Riverside Cabin begins tonight with an informal din- lar
Into Six Sections; 101 ner-dance, chaperoned by Mr. and: a' Ro40EE4 G egLe GrMac ,
Pas Et Test Seven fraternities and Les Voyag- Dr Paul Speer,Mr and Mrs. PeterFd Donald, '39P, Roland Landa, '38E,
Pas ExempionTeurs plan to give dances in compe -eanandMrandMrs._PeerFields.
/ tition with Sophomore Prom tonight. Tomorrow afternoon's sleigh-ride will
The schedule for the hygiene lec- Asemi-formal dance at Alpha Chi be followed by a formal supper and
tures required of all women with the sm i ane p dance. The party is closed.
('exception of those who have passed Sigma will be chaperoned by Prof. doancerThe p irtyeisrclosed.
the exemption test, was announced and Mrs. E. M. Baker and Dr. and Moe-Career's Ypsi orchestra will
bDr Mat el, directornofdMrs. C. S. Schoeple. The Christmas play for Beta Theta Pi's closed for-bA LL W I I
hys.ca rgair woBe r r motif which dominates so many of mal Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Van
Snug-fitting turbans have held a physical education for women. Duren and Mr. and Mrs. Francis
steady popularity since they came One hundred and one women suc- Armstrong will attend as chaperons.
in years ago. The one pictured cessfully passed the test, a list of Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert, Mr.
above copies the Turkish fez and whom is found in the Daily Official i rLeagI5Iue and Mrs. William Steere, and Mr.
adds height to the petite wom- Bulletin. However these women may and Mrs. Edward Price will chap-
an's stature. This is made of dressy attend the lectures if they wish. All erone Lambda Chi Alpha's pledge
other students, who have not passed formal. A Moe-Carter orchestra will
bac ligteslkpetassuel. n sorsI V ELV ETS * V E LO
a light sille tassel. their hygiene requirement, may reg- provide the music.
ister for the series during classifica- Refresh ments, D a n c i n g Forestry Club To Entertain
tion on regular class cards. The re- Les Voyageurs, a forestry club, are
" )nuirement will be satisfied by hygiene To Be Alain Attractions giving a party in their riverside cabin
1l0ren s ,lyV 101, an elective course of three hours tonight. Dancing, a steak roast, and
credit. The third Undergraduate Tea will perhaps some skating are planned
Section one will meet at 4 p.m. be held from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the for entertainment. Mr. and Mrs.
Mondays; section two at 11 a.m League Ballroom. Barbara Heath, Victor Allmendinger and Mr. and
To O end Wednesdays; section three at 4 p.m. '39, is in charge. All women on Mrs. Harold King will act as chaper-
V O en T oda Thursdays; section four at 3 p.m. md ons.
________ I Fridays: section five at 4 p.m. Fri- campus are invited to attend by the Phi Gamma Delta will entertain
days; section six at 9 a.m. Saturdays League Council. which sponsors the with a closed formal. -The dance, in
Theatre Group's Second All the classes will meet the week of teas. honor of the fraternity's pledges, will
Feb. 12 in Room 231 Angell Hall. An admittance tee of five cents per be chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs, W.
gsperson will be charged, Miss Heath E. Doty and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Ofeig W s A atd This is the first year that an ex- sai. pton.lResZRollins orchestra will O NDtyad rIadMr.HNbr
By RichardMcKelveyemption test has been given. Also an said. Charlie Zwick's orchestra will Upton. Rss Rollins' orchestra will
innovationthis year is the fact that play for dancing, and tea and cakes furnish the music, while programs
"The Secret Garden," second Chil- the group is being divided into six will be served. enscribed with the pledges' names
dren's Theatre production, under the small ones. The desire is, Dr. Bell Those who have been named to: will be distributed. '
direction of Sarah Pierce, Grad,;at said, to allow for more discussion and 'pour are: Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Mrs. Bill McKay's Orchestra To Play
to give more stimulation for further Byrl Bacher and Mrs. Arthur Boak, Bill McKay's orchestra will play
1:30 p.m. today in the Lydia Men- work. In previous years the lectures j from 4 to 4:30 p.m.; Mrs. Arthur for the Phi Kappa Tau pledge for-
delssohn Theatre. I were given during the first semester. Aiton, Miss Sara Rowe, Mrs. E. W. mal, which will be chaperoned by \
Performances will also be given atsDoty and Mrs. R. T. Dobson, from Prof. and Mrs. Frank A. Mickley and
1:30 and 3:30 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets'4:30 to 5 p.m.; Mrs. Frank Hartwig, Coach and Mrs. Matthew Mann. Ima
may be purchased at the box office of Tw Honorar Societies Mrs. W. R. Humphreys and Mrs. A Christmas tree placed in the able
the theatre. Harry S. Hall, from 5 to 5:30 p.m. famous Sigma Alpha Epsilon tower, the
Cast Is Named Initiate Eleven Members Hostesses will be Elizabeth Alling- will decorate those premises in hon- ahe
The cast of the play includes: Ruth: ton, '40; Barbara Backus, '40; Rob- or of the annual pledge formal, a 10:
Menefee, '39; Elizabeth Spooner, '38; Alpha Alpha Gamma and au erta Leete, '40; Harriet Sharkey, '40; dinner-dance. The chaperons are as
Evelyn Smith, '38; Frederic James, I ma Delta, national architecture and Eleanor Smith. '39; Jean Lee. '38; Dr. and Mrs. John Farris and Prof. mal
'38; Charles Maxwell, Grad.; Bernard allied arts honorary societies, an- Margaret Curry, '38; Eleanor Sap- Wilmot Pratt. The music will be aSE
Benaway, '39E; Margery Soenksen, nounce the initiation of 11 members. pington, '40; Madeline Krieghoff, provided by Jimmy Fisher's orches- ing
~39 Initiated into the former wre Vir-
'39; Robert Reinhart, Grad.; and . ,,1, B
D w-'39; Betty Lyon, 39 and Barbara ,tra.

.Richard Conners and Robert Tiede- Teddy Maier. 3gnBa.rbenseyr Bt, oerta
man, it was announced by Seyfried. "The Secret Garden" has been '39A, Barbara Bolton, '40A,
especially adapted for the Children's'D ndgChis0 neM aget '4 fA. i
Grdand Christine Nagel '40A.
Theatre by Richard McKelvey, Grad.,i~h New initiates of Tau Sigm,
of Saratoga Spring, N.Y. He was w initiated Tas i
graduated from Colgate University in h were initiated last ni
193 ad ecivd isMates e-Ralph Rapson, RichardF
Tr d 1934 and received his Masters de- '39A, Orus Eash, '39A, Frede
T B e lonorea gree from the University last year. Wigen, '38A, and William
Atpresent he is studying playwriting Intryre, '38. The initiation w
under Prof. Kenneth T. Rowe of the ceded by a formal dinner
Physical Education Staff English department. Union Prof Emil Lorch
Is To Officiate At Tea In Charge Of Production speaker for the occasion.
Those in charge of production staff:
All league ° house mothers will be committees are: Oren Parker, Grad., -
honored at a tea to be given today supervisor of sets; Frederic James,' CAROLS A LA GLEE CL
at 4:30 p.m in the Women's Athletic '38, designer of sets; Alberta Wood, A Christmas party, withc
Building by the women's physical '40, properties mistress; Emma led by Prof. David Mattern,4
education staff. Dr. Margaret Beli Hirsch, '39, costume mistress; Doug-' of the Glee Club will be held
director, announced. g B las Morgan, '41, electrician; Frederic p.m. Sunday at the Lane Ha
inndJames, '38, stage manager and Dor- torium. Refreshments will b
The purpose of the tea is to in- othy Nichols, '40, book holder. - -
terest the house mothers in the More than 300 underprivileged
W.A.A. activities. They will be shown children will be given passes to the
the building in action, viewingsuch childre behgiven ass'c o e
sports as bowling, rifle and 'the ex- theatre, Ruth Friedman, '38, chair- You'lI N eve rL
tension golf classes. A few dormi- man of the theatre-arts committee
tory' dir'ectors have been invited. 'announced. These passes have been
Dr. Bell will be assisted in the re provided from a fund donated by sor-
ceiving line by Miss Laurienahp- orities, fraternities, dormitories,
bell and Miss MarieLari Camp- league houses and individuals for this
bel ad issMaieHartwig, in- pre.t
structors of physical education, Mary purpose.
Johnson, '38, W.A.A. president, and
Ruth Hartman, '39, W.A.A. intra- W
mural manager. Walk a Few Steps
Mrs. Byrl Bacher, of the Dean's and Save Money.
staff and Dr. Mabel E. Rugen, of the
physical education department, will PLATE LU NCH ES
pour. The physical education staff 15c 20c
will assist.

Chissus,
Annabel'
r, '40A,.
aa Delta
ght are
Polland,
erick E.
E. Mc-
was pre-
at the
was the
LUB
caroling
director
at 8:15
ill Audi-
e served.,

Zapp, '40.
Residents of dormitories, Leaguel
houses, and sororities are to give
their names to Ruth Coler, '40, at
the door of the ballroom, Miss Heath
said. Mary Wheat, '39, will collect
the admission fee. Members of the
social committee will not have to
pay.
HILLEL PRESENTS O'NEILL PLAY
Eugene O'Neill's play "Off , Nags
'Head" was presented by Hillel Play-
ers at an open meeting recently at
the Foundation. The play, directed:
by Harold Gast, '38, was the second
laboratory production of the Players.
Criticism and suggestions from the
audience followed the presentation.

Lose Out if You Cat r to
inity!

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MU PHI EPSILON
Mildred Bos, '41, was the winner of
the Mu Phi Epsilon contest Saturday
at the League Fair. Miss Bos won an
Argus Candid Camera with ticket
number 341.

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