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300 Couples


Dance At Capitalist Ball


Frank Dailey's
Band Will Play
At Annual Hop
Spring Fabrics Dominant
Among Gowns Chosen
By Committee Guests
More than 300 couples will dance
to the music of Frank Dailey's or-
,chestra at the Capitalist Ball, an-
nual dance given by the School of
Business Administration, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the
Union Ballroom.
William Shaw, '39BAd, senior co-
chairman of the dance, will attend
with Jeanne Gomon, '40, who has
chosen a white satin formal with a
full skirt. Jack MacLeod, '4OBAd,
junior co-chairman, will have as his
guest Patricia Matthews, '40, 'who
will wear white marquisette embroid-
ered in gold.
Frances McLaughlin, '40, who will
attend with Gilbert Phares, '39BAd,
chairman of publicity, will wear red
chiffon. Douglas Welfare,' '39BAd,
also on publiciy, will be seen' with
Wilma Jane Leikert, of Detroit, who
has chosen royal blue chiffon.
Maxine Frances Walsh, also of De-
troit, will wear scarlet marquisette
and will attend with Delbridge La-
kin, '4OBAd. Jay Troxel, '39BAd, al-
so on the music committee, has in-
vited Eloise Hurst, of Flint, who will
wear peach net.
'John Morris, '39BAd, and William
Rhodes, '40BAd, who are handling the
ticket sale, will have as their guests,
Sybil Swarthout, '39; and Virginia
Lee Ifardy, '41, respectively.
Mitchell Raskin, '39BAd, will at-
tend with Jeanne Abraham, '42, who
will wear white lace, and Charles
Jordan, '40BAd, has invited Bertha
Kolb, of Ann Arbor, who will appear
in pale blue net.
Jordan Hall Wins
Basketball Finals
Jordan Hall upset Alpha Phi by
a score of 24-23 in the finals of the
basketball tournament. Alpha Phi,
the winner in the Class A Tourna-
ment, was challenged by Jordan, vic-
tor of the Class B division.
The members of the winning team
were Barbara Suffrin; Betty Stickles;
,Billie Cugell, '42; Jean Shapero, '42;
Mary' Richardson, '40Ed; Jane Scott,
'41; and Joan Bevington, '40. In the
absence of the captain, June Ricter,
'39Ed, the team was guided by Miss
The players of the losing team were
Martha Bedford, '42; Elizabeth Lyon,
'39; Mary Hayden, '42; Margaret
May, '41, and Jean Noyes, '42, under
the captaincy of Sally Orr, '40Ed.

Mortar Board To Honor Eleven
At 'Smarty-Party' Tomorrow

A "Smarty-Party" will honor the
brilliant sophomore women at 12:30
tomorrow in the Ethel Fountain Hus-
sey Room of the League. This gath-
ering of intellectual sophomores will
be a luncheon given by Mortar Board,
Senior Women's Honorary Society.
Mortarboard sponsored such a lun-
cheon last year and, hopes to make
this a traditional affair.
Invitations in the form of little
Campus Plans
Many Parties
For St.Patrick.
There must be many a good Irish-
man on the almost springy campus,
for the social calendar is filled with
parties for tonight. (Today is St.
Patrick's Day, you see).
Green is the theme for a carnival
radio-dance being given by Trianglea
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs.
John Le Quade of Detroit and Mr.
and Mrs. Granville Cinrath of Ann
Arbor will chaperon.
Trigon will hold a torinal in honor
of St. Patrick's day, also in honor
of the initiates. Ray Cary's orches-
tra will play. Chaperons wlil be Mr.
and Mrs. William Dibble and Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Caldwell.
Acacia will also celebrate the day
of the Irish with their spring formal'
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music will be
furnished by Bill Gail and his or-
chestra. Mr. and Mrs. C. Russell
Pryce and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Wagner will chaperon.
Theta Chi will be another to use
the color of green for decorations at
a formal dance. Earl Stevens and his
orchestra will play. Mr. and Mrs.)
Gilbert Chavenelle, Mr. and Mrs. K.
M. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pal-
mer and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Legg
will chaperon.
Lambda Chi Alphw is holding a for-
mal dinner preceeding Capitalist Ball
in honor of Jack MacLeod, '40BAd,
who is co-chairman of the ball, Frank
Dailey, whose orchestra is playing for
the dance, and Barbara Bush, singer
of the orchestra. The chaperonis will
be Mr. and Mrs. William C. Steere
and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pryce. Delta
Sigma. Pi will give a closed formal
dinner before the dance. Prof. and
Mrs. L. L. Jamison and Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Landon are chaperons.
Alpha Kappa Psi will also give a
dinner before Capitalist Ball at 7:15
p.m. in the Hussey Room of the
League. Dean and Mrs. C. E. Griffini
of the Business Administration
School and Mr. Griffin and Mr. and
Mrs. Larry C. Barden will be the
chaperons. Chi Phi, too, will hold a
dinner. The chaperons will be Mr.
and Mrs. dreorge J. Andros.
A formal dance will be given by
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blue-books were sent out to all sopho-
more women having a scholastic av-
erage of 2.5 or better. Prof. John L.
Brumm of the School of Journalism
will be the principal speaker.
Sophomore women invited are Ger-
trude Frey, Barbara Dittman, Bar-
bara Fisher, Betsy Lightner, Jane
Krause. Jean Fairfax, Alice Ward,
Joan Larson, Belle Calkins, Edna
Kearney and Margaret Van Ess. Ma-
rian Baxter, '39, is in charge of the
arrangements and assisting her are
Virginia Allen.n'39, Virginia Voor-
hees, '39 and Martha Tillman, '39.
The committee hopes that these
sophomore women will have an op-
portunity to become better acquaint-
ed with each other and enjoy this
recognition of scholastic ability.
Senior Supper
Patrons Named
Date For Renting Of Caps
And Gowns Changed
Patrons for Senior Supper to be
held Wednesday in the League ball-
room were announced yesterday by
Nancy Dall, '39, chairman.
The list of patrons include Regent
Ester Cram, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
Dean Byrl F. Bacher, Dean Jeannette
Perry, Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. Alex-
ander Ruthven, Mrs. Joseph Bursley,
Mrs. Beech Conger, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, Miss Marian Durell and
Sarah Pierce, Grad.
Caps and gowns for Senior Supper
which the senior women will wear for
the first time before graduation, will
be rented, in the ballroom of the
League Monday, instead of Tuesday
as it was announced yesterday, Mar-
jorie Tate, '39, chairman, said.
All senior women from every school
in the University are invited to attend
the supper. Today is the last day of
the ticket sale in the undergraduate
office of the League.
Capitalist Ball
Because of last minute technical
difficulties the Daily is unable to
present the cuts of the two- chairmen
of the Captalist Ball, which is to be
held tonight. Bill Shaw and Jeanne
Gomon, whose pictures appeared yes-
terday erroneously named, will lead
the ball with Jack MacLeod and
Patricia Matthews.

W.A.A. Board Fraternities, Sor
Positions Open New Initiate
For Interviews Announcements of the election of
house officers, and of initiations pre-
dominate in recent chapter house
Deadline For Petitions Is notes.
Noon Today; Scholastic Alpha Delta Pi announces the pled-
NT ah s ging of Joyce Engstrom, '42, of South
Eligibility Is Necessary Charleston, W. Va. A faculty supper
will be given at 6 p.m., Sunday, fol-
Interviewing for the executive po- lowed by informal entertainment.
sitions on the Women's Athletic As- Alpha Epsilon Iota announces the
sociation board will be held from 4 pledging of Margaret Haggan, '42M,
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today and from and Ruth Steinke, '42M.
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Alpha Kappa Lambda recently mi-
Women's Athletic Building. tiated Richard M. Gile, '42E, and
The positions to be filled are presi- pledged Allen Hamilton, '42E, of Oak
dent, vice-president, secretary, treas- Park, Ill.; Robert E. Fisher, '41E,
urer, publicity manager, intramural Elkhart, Ind.; Edward H. Rankin,
manager, awards chairman and '42E, and Kenneth S. Rankin, '42E,
American Federation of College wom- Buffalo, N.Y.
en representative. Pledgings Are Announced
The deadline for petitioning is noon Alpha Gamma Delta announces the
today. The only requirement for pledging of Barbara Fairbairn, '42SM,
petitioning, in addition to scholastic of Grosse Pointe. and Eleanor Dona-
eligibility, is that those seeking the hue, '42, of Niles.
presidency must have been on the Recent Alpha Tau Omega initiates
board for at least a year and must are: William A. Harnist, '41, Keith
be of second semester junior standing Watson, '42, Bernard Canna, '42E,
at the present time. Robert Pasch, '42E, Richard Marsh,
The vice-president is social chair- '42E, William Lapworth, Jr., '41E,
man of the organization and chair- William Dean Kinsell, '41A, Theron
man of the annual spring project. Henry Haas, '42, Edwin Harrington,
The awards chairman keeps a record '42E, and Arthur Hollar, Jr., '40E.
of participation and gives awards and Margaret Wilson, '40. of St. Joseph
the intramural manager has charge has been pledged by Alpha Xi Delta.
of all intramural tournaments. The Chi Phi Names Initiates
American Federation of College Chi Phi announces the initiation of
Women representative corresponds the following: John Yoder, '41; John
with the "Sportlight," official maga- Lorenzer, '40; Randall Braun, '40;
zine of that organization. J. Farrell Whitman, '40; Thomas
. ebHeenehan, '41; Robert Buritz, '41;
The interviewing will be conduct- William Jennison, '41; William
ed by the senior members of the i Schust, '42; Donald Nauin, '42; Ken-
present board and the faculty ad- neth Rhoades, '42; Allan Harris, '42;
visers. and John Rookus, '42.
Chi Psi announces the initiation of
Date Of Rental Changed James Cole, '40; Dale Marshall, '42,
Robert Summerhays, '42, Richard
Caps and gowns for Senior Supper Taylor, '42; Lee Ranney, '42; John
will be rented in the ballroom of the Lord, '41; Webb Cook, '42; James
League Monday, instead of Tuesday. Collins, '42, Thomas Bartley, '42, Kirk
Today is the last day of the ticket ( Martin, '41 and William Schomberg,
sale for the supper. '42.


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