To Be Nautical
Color Schene For Class
Dance Friday At Union
To Be Blue And White
A nautical theme will be worked
out in the decorations for the 1939
Frosh Frolic from 9 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.
Friday in the ballroom of the Union,
Margot Thom, chairman of the decor-
ations for the dance, announced yes-
The decorations will center around
a large pilot's wheel placed behind
Tommy Tucker and his orchestra
who will play for the Frolic. It will
be necessary for all guests to enter
the ballroom by a gang plank, and
once insidethey will be confined by
ship's railings around the orchestra,
the patrons' and the chaperons'
booths, Miss Thom said.
Nautical Color Scheme
Tommy Tucker's band will occupy
the "top deck," and life-savers will
add the necessary security. The
color scheme will be worked out in
the nautical colors of blue and white.
Assisting Miss Thom on the decor-
ations committee are Robert McKen-
zie and Bill Funk, who are also work-
ing will be Norman Taylor and his
floor committee of Samuel Bruni and
To Have Metal Programs
Metal programs of silver and blue
will further carry out the decoration
theme of the Frolic. This will be the
first dance of the year featuring metal
programs etched with a cohtrasting
color, Harold Wood, programs chair-
There have been two changes in
committee chairmen because of in-
eligibility, hack Grady, general chair-
man, said. Thomas Goodkind will
assist Grady, and Agnes Crow has
been appointed publicity chairman.
The wedding of Margaret C. Good-
rich, '35, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Goodrich of Detroit to
Ledru E. Davis took place here Sat-
urday in St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church. 'Mr. Davis is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James E.sDavis of Ann
The bride is affiliated with Alpha
Gamma Sigma sorority and was a
member of the Cercle Francais while
Mr., Davis is a member 'of Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity and is a graduate of
Cornell Law School.
Virginia Allmendinger, '38A, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Allmen-
dinger has set the date as June 29
for her approaching marriage to Rus-
sel S. Forsman of Detroit. Mr. Forse-
man also attended the University.
Miss Lois Druckenbrod, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Druckenbrod of
Hastings and Ann Arbor, was mar-
ried to Harlan Boston Ritze, '36, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Holcomb at
8 p.m. Saturday in the Ethel Foun-
tain Hussey Room of the League. Dr.
C. W. Brashares performed the cere-
mony before more than 75 guests.
A reception in the League Con-
cpurse followed. Bernice Drucken-
brod, sister of the bride was the maid
of honor, and the bridesmaids were
Ruth Menefee, '39, and Kathryn
Robert Eberbach, '38, and Rupert
Bell, '38, served as ushers, and Law-
rence Freeman, was Mr. Ritze's best
man. The couple left for a trip to
Florida, and will reside on McKinley
Ave. on their return.
Are Due Thursday
Petitions for candidacy for the ma-
jor offices of Assembly will be accept-
ed beginning today through Thurs-
day by the nominating committee of
the oizganization, Betty Jane Mans-
field, '39, Assembly president, an-
The offices open will be those of
president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer. Only juniors may
apply, Miss Mansfield said. Inter-
viewing by the nominating committee
will take place from 3 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. Thursday and Friday in the
Undergraduate Offices of the League.
One does not have to be a member
of the Assembly board to petition,
Mis§ Mansfield emphasized. No one
who has not petitioned will be inter-
viewed, and no one will be considered
unless she has been interviewed. The
election will take place March 23.
Union To Sponsor Sings
A second series of Fraternity Night
Sings sponsored by the Union will be-
gin at the dance held from 9 to 12
p.m. Saturday, James Halligan, '40,
Union social chairman, has an-
nounced. Beta Theta Pi will be
By the Neighbor
(Editor's Note: The following excerpt from the diary of Judy the Jitterbug is
printed by special permission of the writer. Extremes in capitalization are due to
Judy's inexpertness when using the shift key.)
every party lion has his party line or something to that effect if we
may say so. at any rate what with last weekend over with we now have time
to rest up for next. in spite of my wish that college were all weekends,
there are times when i see the wisdom of having the week in
assembled at assembly friday night. 'twas very gay. saw
prexy B. J. MANSFIELD zipping down the receiving line with
BOB REINHART and finance chairman, ELLEN KRIEG-
HOFF was with JIM DOUGLAS. i sometimes wonder when
i"see what goes on in the creative moments of a college stu-
dent-for instance there's the little matter of the giraffes
and horses so laboriously eked out of those paper straws in
the grill by SALLY REDNER, JACK PROBST, and TOMMY
BUERMANN. then again we saw "BROWNIE" BROWN and
CHUCK PROBST, MARGARET GOSE and IRL BRENT,
Light Fantastic For Light Effects .. .
JANET CLARK and DAVE ALTICK. quite a party, quite a party, indeed.
jittered over to the Alpha chi formal friday in time to see K. ADAMS,
JIMMY BLACK, BETTY BARNEY and PETE GOSSARD whizzing through
a light fantastic-or does one whiz through a light
fantastic? anyway DEE ROGERS and CHUCK
ALLEN were there, too, and my little chum, MARY
JANE KRONNER was with CHUCK DUCHARME.
LINDA GAIL GEORGE had a lean hungry look in
her eye while DAME REID looked worried-or was
it the lighting effects?
met BETTY STOUT and LARRY THOMAS on
my way to the theta chi house. guess they never
made it though-or else i missed their bright and
sining faces in the mob scene. ETHEL SMITH and
BOB STEVENS POKED their heads out from the
midst of unfamiliar countenances, and i also saw
MARTIE DAILEY and HOWARD CRUSEY. turn
about is fair play, and we think it quite cummy of
the boys to invite the theta xis back this week.
LES GODA and NANCY SURGENOR helped represent the neighbors.
Lost In A Fog, Diary Dear . . .
in a fog in more ways than one saturday night when a regular "pea
souper" descended on our fair town. funny how every' one looks alike in
reversiviles-all we need to be really conf used is a
scarf mania for michigan men.
4 o things were a little late in getting started what
C .with so many initiation banquets to contend with.
finally reached the phi delta epsilon informal to
see HELEN NEW and WILLIS FREEDMAN feel-
ing sorry for he poor med students whose good
times are so few (!) JOE KERZMAN and DOTTIE
ROTH were defying this observation, however, by
showing a few fancy steps themselves.
well, diary, dear, enough's enough and 'tis a weary world, but as i always
say michiganites are nice, but ann arbor nights are better. oh hum!
yours till charlie maccarthy runs a splinter in his finger and bleeds
judy the jitterbug
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