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SATURDAY, -APRIL 1; 19 5 "

TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY

Phapril Phool'sPhooPhrolic' To Be Held Today In I
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MPhoor Pshow'
To Be Feature,
Of Tea Dance
Panhellenic And Congress
To Cooperate On Affair;'
'Can Can' To Perform
"Phapril Phool's Phoo Phrolic," a
tea dance sponsored by Congress and9
Panhellenic Association, will be held1
from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the
League ballroom. Bobby Scherge's2
12-piece orchestra will play.-
A "Phloor Pshow," featuring the
Can Can chorus from "Pig in a Poke,"'
will be presented and will include ai
novelty number, "A Triple Alliance,"l
in which Barbara Telling, '40, Ruth
Enss, '42SM, and Chan Pinney, '40E,+
sing songs of the blues, classic, and
sweet swing varieties. They will be
accompanied by Gwendolyn Fos-
sum, Grad.
Soloists To Be Featured
Miss Enss and Erv'in Scherdt,
'395M, will sing a duet from the
"Vagabond King." The show will
conclude with both audience and solo-
ists joining in on "When Night Falls
Dear." Gum and cigarettes will be'
given away to guests.
Arrangements for the dance are be-(
ing conducted by a joint committee;
of members from Congress and Pan-
hellenic Association. Co-chairmen
are Ella Stowe, '40, and Winston Cox,
'42. Their committee consists of Tad'
Lynch, '41, Barbara Fischer, '41, Bar-
bara Benedict, '40, Helen Rigterink,
'41, Jack Edmonson, '42, Richard
Ebbetts, '42E, Gene Gilmore, '42, and1
James Huber, '42E.f
Can Can To PerformI
Members of the Can Can chorus
are Suzanne Potter, Barbara Guest,
Dorothy Boyer, Ellen McDonald,
Leigh Burleson, Jean McKay, Evelyn
Dock, Annabel Dredge, Lois Longanj
and Miss Benedict. They will. wear
the costumes which they wore during
Junior Girls Play, and their dance
routine will be the same.l
There will be no charge for women,l
and tickets for men will be 25 cents.

Third Debate
In Intramural
Series Is"Held
The winners of the third contest
in the women's Intramural Debate
series which was held yesterday in
Angell Hall are Zenovia Skoratko,
'40, and Dorcas Corrin, Grad., of the
negative team. The affirmative team
in yesterday's debate were Maryr Mar-
tha Taylor, '41, and Jean Maxted, '41.
Miss Skoratko is from Alumnae
House and Miss Corrin is from Jor-
dan Hall. Miss Maxted and Miss Tay-
lor are both of Martha Cook. The
subject of the debate was "Resolved:
that intercollegiate athletics should
be subsidized."
Judging the debate was Prof. Har-
old Allen, of the English department
and chairman for the debate was Jane
Krause, '41. Mrs. Frederic Crandell,
of the speech department, is in charge
of the whole series. Miss Krause is
a member of the women's Varsity de-
bate team.
Winners of yesterday's debate will
debate against Josephine Kift, '40,,
and Margaret McDermott, '40Ed, both-
of Zeta Tau Alpha, at 4 p.m. Thurs-
day. The latter vill take the affirma-
tive in the next debate.
The series is sponsored by the
Undergraduate Council of the League,
and debaters are awarded League
points, according to the number of
times they debate. Betty Bricker, '40,
and Anne Hawley, '40, are co-chair-
men of the series.
The next debate will be the semi-
finals, and the finals will be held in
the League, after Spring Vacation.
Bowlidig Finals Reached
Kappa Delta, last year's bowling
champions, has placed three tear
in the finals of this year's women's
intramural bowling tournament. The
other three teams winning in their
respective leagues are Mosher Hall,
Alpha Xi Delta and Jordan Hall.
Martha Cook Building tied with one
Kappa Delta team to enter the finals
also.

Slide Rule Ball
Held Yesterday

Important For Spring

Vincent Lopez
At Engineers'

Featured
Dance

Almost 400 couples attended the
tenth annual Slide Rule Ball spon-
sored by the Michigan Technic from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday in the ball-
room of the Union. Vincent Lopez and
his orchestra furnished the music
with Betty Hutton as vocalist.
Mary Louise Clark, of Detroit, who
led the ball with Walton Rodger,
'39E, general chairman, was dressed
in a two-tone orchid net frock with
a V neck and basque waist.
Belle Calkins, '41, and Ruth Clk-
ins, '40, attended with Richard Adams
and Jack Woodison respectively.
Ellen Redner, '40, who was tapped
for Senior Society and Mortar Board
and received one of the Ethel McCor-
mick scholarships at the League In-
stallation Banquet Thursday, attend-
ed with Charles Probst, '39E, presi-
dent of Sigma Rho Tau, honorary
engineering speech society.
CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES
Recent chapter house activities in-
clude pledgings, initiations and elec-
tion of officers.
New officers of the Acacia frater-
nity are: president, Vernon Poest,
'40E; vice-president, James Ballard,
'40; secretary, George Matthews, '41
and social chairman, Douglas Jeff-
rey, '41E.
Newly installed sponsors of the
Alpha Delta Pi sorority are: Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Allen. Officers recently
elected were: president, Phyllis Hof-
meyer, '41; vice-president, Marion
Conde, '41; secretary, Dorothy Keene,
'41; social chairman, Hazel Halpin,
'40 and corersponding secretary, Pa-
tricia Main, '41.
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
pledging of Shirley Imber, '42, of De-
troit.
Officers recently elected at the Al-
pha Gamma Delta sorority are: presi-
dent, Frances Kahrs, '40; first vice-
president, Donna Miles, '40; record-
ing secretary, Ruth Lang, '40; treas-
urer, Marion Schaefer, '40 and rush-
ing-chairman, Elaine Berger, '40.
New members at the Alpha Tau
Omega house are: Bernard Cannan,
'42; Theran Haas, '42; William
Harnst, '41; William Kinsell, '41;
William Lapworth, '41; Richard
Marsh, '41; Robert Pasch, '42; Keith
Watson, '42; Edward Harrington, '42
and Arthur Hollar, '40.
Recently elected officers of Alpha
Xi Delta sorority are: president,
Meribach Leach, '40; vice-president;
Jean Thompson, '40; secretary, Erma
Erlewin, '40 and treasurer, Ruth Ber-
ry, '40.
Delta Tau Delta announces the
pledging of: Charles H. Buell, '42;
William F. Bergess, '42; Richard J..
Cauley, '42; Frances B. Chamber-
lain, '42; John T. Dighton, '42; Al-
bert N. Eldred, '42; James E. Gilbert,
'42; Jo n H. Hoglund, '42; Robert
L. Imboden, '42; Russell H. Peebles,
'41; John P. Ragsdale, Jr., '42; Ken-
neth T. Sawyer, '42; Robert S. Sib-
ley, '42; Hadley - J. Smith, '40; Rob-
ert J. Ulmert'41;rEmmet M. White-
head, '42; Walter H. Wrigley,"'41
and John Yager, '42.

Dance Festival,
To Be Tonight
Play Production, Dance
Club WillParticipate
Eighteen men and women students
from Play Production and the Univer-
sity Modern Dance Club will partici-
pate in the program of the Michigan
Dance Council Festival tonight at
the Art Institute in Detroit. The
Council was organized four years ago
by studio, college and lay groups in-I
terested in all types of dancing. Sev-
en groups will take part in the Fes-
tival.
The members of Play Production
who will present the polka from "The
Bartered Bride" which was given dur-
ing the Centennial celebration two
years ago are as follows: Joseph
Gornbein, '41; Joseph Graham, '39;
William McIntosh; Alex Miller; Rob-
ert Slack; B. Odom Day; Sarah Graf,
Grad.; Leah Dooley, Grad:; Hazel
Barton; Jane Fasciszewska, '41; Hel-
en Westie, '40Ed; and Rosebud Wolf-
son, '39.
Dance Club members presenting a
Waltz by Johann Strauss are Beatrice
Lovejoy, '39Ed; Virginia Hoelzle, '39;
Helen Ellis, Grad.; Miss Wolfson;
Mrs. Graf; Irene Sabo, '39Ed; and
Mary Mae Scoville, '40Ed. Miss Love-
joy took part in the program for the
Midwest Physical Education Confer-
ence yesterday in Indianapolis.
Dames Group
Will Entertain,
Women's Club
The Faculty Women's Club has
been invited to attend the Michigan
Dames "Do's and Don'ts" program
to be given at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the League.
The program, which is to be put
on by the Charm Group, will con-
sist of an original play written by
Mrs. E. E. Eves, Mrs. P. A. Smits
and Mrs. Gardner Ackley, chairman
of the group. The play will be direct-
ed by Mrs. Smits and presented by
Mrs. M. A. Shilling, Mrs. R. F. Atkin-
son, Mrs. R. N. Weber, Mrs. W. R.
McKee, Mrs. C. L. Peterson, Mrs. L.
S. Haynes, Mrs. Eves and Mrs. Ack-
ley.

Joe College Party, Formal, I
Informals And Radio
Dances Will Be Given
Fools, fools and April Fool! that is 1
the theme for today's round of fun.
With 17 houses entertaining, the
campus will more than abound with
abashed faces.
Heading the list of informal parties
is the Alpha Chi Omega sorority,
whose dance will be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mills, Mr. and
Mrs. William Steere and. Mrs. Ed-
ward Goodale. Other people will be
seen making their way to the infor-
mal dance at the Alpha Gamma Del-
ta -house. Mrs. Lucille Chapin, Mrs. 1
lone Hendrian and Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Hoag are chaperoning.
A.T.O. To Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kendrick and
Mr. and Mrs. Lepard will chaperon
the dance at the Alpha Tau Omega
house. At the Alpha Xi Delta house,
Mrs. Lane Gabett, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Shull and Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Creal are chaperoning.
Initiates of the Delta Gamma
house will honor the actives with an
informal dance from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m.
The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Graham and Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Rogers. Gamma Phi Beta
will give its annual spring formal
from 8 p.m. to midnight. Chaperon-
ing will be Mrs. Norris Wentworth,
Mrs. Harry S. Hall and Mr. and Mrs.
Mahlon Sharp. Reade Pierce and
his orchestra will play.
Actives at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house will also be entertained at a
dance given by the initiates. Major
and Mrs. Walter B. Pariss and Mrs.
Hazel Hall will chaperon. Dr. and
Mrs. Carl W. Rufus and Dr. and Mrs.
Paul H. Geiger are chaperoning the
informal dance being given at the
Kappa Delta house.
Joe Is Popular
Joe and Josephine continue to be
popular as proved by the Joe Col-
lege Party given at the Kappa Sig-
ma house. "Professor Phizz" will be
featured as part of the evenings en-
tertainment by the fraternity, Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Barnum and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Griffith will chaperon.
Informal radio dances are also be-
ing given at the Phi Beta Delta and
Phi Rho Sigma houses, with the add-
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Seventeen Dances To Be Held
To Celebrate April Fool's Day

For important dates, for campus
or for the Easter parade, the reefer
coat is an all-around solution. Its
fitted lines are in keeping with the
feminine "back - to - the - nineties"
movement that marks the trend of
spring fashions. Made in tweed it is
both practicable and attractive.

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1)V ance Athai The program is taking the place
of the annual style show usually put
on. A basic wardrobe from a local
Frankie Master's Music store will be modeled, however, by
Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Shilling, Mrs.
Entertains Lawyers Smits and Mrs. Peterson. Explana-
More than 225 couples attended tions will be given by Mrs. Ackley.
Crease Ball, annual lawyer's dance, Special music will also be present-
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday ed under the direction of Mrs. Weber,
in the League Ballroom. Jay Sikken- chairman of the music group.
ga and Donald Swope, '39L, co-chair-
men of the dance, announce. Frankie
Masters and his orchestra furnished Easter B1.:Unny Hop
nusic for the dance.
Elinor Bale, Grad., who was the To Be Held Toniht
guest of Harry Brelsford, '39L, co-
chairman of the decorations commit- The first annual "Bunny Hop" will
tee, wore a simply-cut pink chiffon be held at 9 p.m. to midnight today
with a full knee-length lavender in the Union ballroom, which will be
cape. Pink accessories completed the decorated for the occasion in an
outfit. Eastertide theme.
Carroll Adams, '39, guest of Robert The main attraction will be an
Knight, '39L, co-chairman of the Easter Egg Booth where patrons may
music committee, chose a dress with buy chocolate eggs with their names
an ice-blue satin bodice and a full enrolled on them for 5 cents. A
ice-blue net skirt. She wore silver chance on a large Easter bunny will
accessories. Anne Cole Rae, guest of be given with each purchase of these
John Rae, '39L, co-chairman of tic-
kets and publicity, wore a white satin souvenirs.
gown in princess style with a white In the ballroom will be displayed
angora bolero. some live bunnies and chicks as the
Hortense Smith, '41, guest of Spen- main decoration feature Jim Halli-
cer Irons, '41L, was seen in rose chif- gan, '40, social chairman of the
fon, shirred at the waist, with a flared Union announced.
skirt. Maxine Baribeau, '40L, who at- The dance will be the last given
tended the dance with Frank Butler, before Easter and reservations are
'40L, wore a yellow sharkskin gown being taken for one dollar per couple.
with a full skirt and white daisies on Bob Steinle and his Melody Men will
the bodice. (play.

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