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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Class Project
Of Freshmen
Has New Title
'Puddle Jump' To Reylace
Former Name; Original
Song Is Show's Theme
"Puddle Jump" has been substitut-
ed for "Shower Shuffle" as the title of
the Freshman Project; Betty White-
ly, '42, publicity chairman, has an-
nounced. An- original song, written
by Gwendolyn Dunn and June Wales
of the music committee inspired the
change.
The project, which will be in the
form of a dance will have a 30-minute
floor show, the main number being
based on the title song. Frances Aar-
onson, dance chairman, said that
there would be several shagging num-
bers added to the program.
Tickets for the project will be on
sale to all students after Spring Vaca-
tion, Marjorie Polumbaum, financial
chairman, announced. One hundred
dollars has been collected so far from
the freshman women, who are obliged
s to pay one dollar each for the pro~
ject.
Betty Ferris, general chairman for
the project is being assisted by 'Ruth
Parsons, assistant chairman; Helen
Rhodes, music chairman; Jane Baits,
chairman of costumes; Isabel Balfour,
ticket chairman; Lois Basse, head of
decorations; Miss Whitely, publicity
chairman; Miss Polumbaum, finan-
cial chairman, and by Miss Aaron-
son, who is head of the dances. A
member of Kappa Alpha Theta, Miss
Ferris was also on the central com-
mittee of Frosh Frolic.
CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES I
Numerous initiations, pledgings,
elections and entertainrhients have
been announced Iecently by many
fraternities on campus.
Sigma P 1i Epsilon
New members at -the Sigma Phi
Epsilon house are: David F. Bate-
man, '42E; Leroy J. Contie, Jr., '41;
Thomas .W. Cuthbertson, Jr., '40;
Robert C. Keetch, '42E; Warren R.
King, '42E; Frederick P. Lansch-
wager, Jr., '41; Robert W. McCarty,
'3ME Albert L. Pfaller, '41; William
B. Stegath, 42; Richard A. Steudel,
'41; Richard T. Trelfa, '40E, and Hen-
ry 0. Zeller, '42E.
Theta Xi
Also Theta Xi announces the ini-~
tiation of James S. Martin, '42E, of
Springfield, Ill.; George E. Gotschall,
'42E, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio;
Rendel W. Smith, '42E, of Howell,
Mich.; David P. Meier, '42P, of Buf-
falo, N. Y.; Leslie E. Veigel, '41Ed, of
Tuscarawus, Ohio, and Robert E.
Coapman, 42E, of Rochester, N. Y.
Theta Xi has recently pledged1
Jack S. Keller, '42E, of Midland.,
Mich., Karl Kreitz, Jr., '41E, of De-
troit, James H. Janes, '41F, of Youngs-
town, Ohio, Raymond Gauthier, '42E,
of Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Chi Phi
Chi Phi announces the initiation of
the following men: Randall Braun,
'40; Robert Buritz, '41; Alan Har-;
ris, '42; Thomas Heenahan, '41;
Frank W. Jennison, '41; John Loren-
zen, '40; Donald Naulin, '42; Ken-
neth Rhoads, '42; John Rookus, '42;
William Schust, '42; Robert Smith,
'42; and J. Farrell Whitman, '40.
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Gamma Delta has recentlyJ
pledged Wilailm J. Hastie, '41, of
Grand Rapids.
Phi Beta Delta
Phi Beta Delta announced the

pledging of Oscar A. Nelson, '39, of
Lamar, Colo., and Philip D. Gordy,
'39, of Ann- Arbor.
Phi Rho Sigma
Phi Rho Sigma announces the in-
itiation of the following: David Ran-
dall, '42M; Juan Cabera, '42M; David
Johnson, '42M; Dale Correa, '42M;
Robert Murphy, '42M; Robert Ship-
py, '42M; John Juhl, '40M and Ed-,
ward Bauer, '40M.
Recent officers elected by the chap-
ter are: John C. Benson, '40M, presi-
dent; Harold M. Jesurn, '40M, vice-
president; Robert H. Davies, '41M,
secretary; Robert Murphy, '42M, rec-a
order; William H. Anderson, '41M,"
house manager; and Eugene L. Cook,
'41M, steward.
Theta Xi
Theta Xi fraternity is entertaining
at a tea from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. to-
day at the chapter house. Chaperons
for the affair will be Prof. and Mrs.
Henry W. Kendall, Prof. and Mrs.
Clarence Seibert and Mr. and Mrs.
James W. Freeman, of Ann Arbor.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Principle speaker at the Lambda
Chi Alpha Founders Day Banquet at
2 p.m. today will be Mark Parnell,
'24, whose topic will be "The Value
of a Fraternity to Its Alumni." Oth 1
er speakers for the affair will be Ray
Hobson, '28, who will act as toast-
master, William Hope, '40E, president,
and Harold Nelson, '42.

.Sri ctl y Spring, 1939
S e
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German Professor
To Speak On Hitler
A t Newman Supper
Prof. Aloysius J. Gaiss, of the Ger-
man department, .will speak at the
Newman Club Supper which will be
held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today in
the auditorium of St. Mary's Students
Chapel.
Professor Gaiss' subject will be
"Hitler's Germany." Dr. Gaiss has
traveled extensively in Germany
where he did graduate work at the
University of Heidelburg.
A short business meeting will fol-
low the supper at which plans for
the Newman Club Convention at Pur-
due University will be discussed. A
nominating committee will be elected
for the election of officers for next
year.
Independent Group
Chooses Officers
The Ann Arbor Independents, a
division of Assembly, elected officers
for the coming year at a meeting held
at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the League.
Frances Herdrich, '41. was chosen
president, taking over the duties of
Mary Frances Reek, '39, newly elect-
ed president of Assembly. Betty Hall,
'41, will assist her as vice president,
while Mildred Yoxal, '41, will act as
second vice president.
Other officers chosen at this time
were Daisy Bihary, '40, secretary-
treasurer, and Mary Jean O'Donnelli
'41, program chairman.
Miss Herdrich announced that in
the future the regular meetings of
the group will be held on Tuesday
rather than Thursday.
Newman Dance Tickets
To Be Sold Tomorrow
Tickets for the annual Newman
Club Formal, to be given from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday, April 21 in the ball-
room of the Union, will go on sale to-
morrow, Jack Cooney, '41E, publicity
chairman, has announced.
The tickets, priced at $1.50, will be
sold at St. Mary's Chapel and the
Union, and may also be obtained by
calling John Simons, Grad.,' Bill
Sawyer and his orchestra will play
for the dance.

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Typical of Spring, 1939, is the
dressy frock sketched above. The
grilly bodice and embroidered
ruffle on the slip peeping out un-.
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tive of the new strictly feminine
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GayCombinations Give Variety
Of Ways To Season Wardrobe

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"How to win friends and influence
people" ought to be an easy task this
spring, if you season your wardrobe
well with all the gay, exciting colors
and take advantage of the novelty and
classic combinations the designers
have created.
For those with more taste than
money, gingham town suits are very
new, and most practical, too. They
look like shepherd-checked wool, and
won't tell a soul how many times
they've been laundered.
Striped Scarf Used As Wrap
One of the most attractive ideas
to come forth in the formal line is
that of using a scarf for a wrap. A
floating, striped chiffon one, pinned
to the head with one of those new,
strong-minded combs and then wound
around the shoulders, has been used
to create that fragile, compelling
look.
If. you're planning on rejuvenat-
ing your last season's dark dress, try
freshening it with a white vestee in
the neckline. Later on, you can re-
move the vestee, and fill the low neck
with masses of beads.
Evening Coat Made Of Faille
You'll be a dream walking, when
you turn out in a new, stately 18th
century'°evening coat of mauve-pinkf
faille. It has a sung buttoned bodice,
a full skirt, and three-tier sadd'le-bag
pockets over the hips, and is the cor-
rect solution to the wrap for your
full-skirted evening dress.
Romany themes are among the
more prominent motifs for formal
wear this spring. One Paris model
consists of a bodice of peasant lace,
a swirling taffeta flounce, and the
whole thing covered in white net.
Heavy, colorful jewelry will complete
the effect. .
Two fish-net scarfs, fastened by
a huge, gilt hairpin, can create devas-
tating charm, if draped around the
head correctly. For tips on draping,
watch Hedy Lamarr.
The bonnet brigade-which is still
i'-

holding forth this spring-has added
a clever note to many of its creations.
One of the most popular is an un-
trimmed, flat-crowned straw bonnet
worn with assorted veils and scarfs
which wind over the crown and tie in
a bow under your chin.
April 'Phoo Phrolic'
Attracts 500 Guests
In League Yesterday
More than 500 danced to Bobby
Scherger's music at the "Phapril
Phool's Phrolic" which was held from
3 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the ball-
room of the-League. The -tea dance
was sponsored by Congress and Pan-.
hellenic Association.
The famous Can-Can chorus from
"Pig in a Poke" were a featured part
of the "Phloor Show" and a novelty
number was presented by Barbara
Telling, '40, Erwin Scherdt,'39SM,
and Chan Pinney, '40E, called ",A
Triple Alliance," in which Miss Tell-
ing sang a blues song, Scherdt, a
classic, and Pinney, sweet swing. Ruth
Enss, '42SM, sang a duet with Scherdt.
Donna Baisch, '42SM, accompanied
the singers.
Margot Thom, '42, and Tom Har-
mon, '41, attended the dance in
sports clothes, Betty Jane Mansfield,
'39, was seen dancing with Ed Page,
'39, while Art Brandt, '40, and Dick
Dick, '40, were prominent members
of the stag line.
Arrangements for the dance were
made by a joint committee from Con-
gress and Panhellenic Association un-
der the co-chairmen, Ella Stowe, '40,
and Winston Cox, '42. The committee
consisted- of Tad Lynch, '41, Barbara
Fischer, '41, Barbara Benedict, '40,
Helen Rigterink, '41, Jack Edmon-
son, '42, Richard Ebbetts, '42E, Gene
Gilmore, '42, and James Huber, '42E.

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Small crowns are gay with deli-
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