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22nd Annual Military Ball To Be At Union Tonight
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be ing new
among the patrons for the "Puddle oral int
Jimp," eighth annual Freshman Maxine
Project which is being presented at 9 man, an
pam. tomorrow in the ballroom of the It will
League, Ruth Parsons, assistant tional re
chairman, announced yesterday, those pa
Other guests include Vice-President tation f
and Mrs. Shirley W# Smith, Dean Crandall
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Joseph will pou
A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Walter line will
Rea, Dean Jeannette Perry, Prof. Mrs. Lou
abd Mrs. Philip Bursley, Mr. and Mrs. more ar
Stanley Waltz, and Miss Ethel Mc- president
'Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Copeland,-
Prof. and Mrs. Dwight C. Long, Prof. Dr. T. E
and Mrs. Lewis Gram, Prof. and Mrs. patrons.
Russell Hussey, Prof. and Mrs. Carl Mr. an
Coe, Prof. and Mrs. Jose Albaladejo, Elizabeti
Maj. and Mrs. Walter B. Fariss, Dr. ard Deac
and Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins, Dr. and E. Kalle
Mrs. Charles Staubach, Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs
Robley Williams, Dr. Campbell, and'the list.
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place at 4 p.m. to
to stimulate inter
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open to the gener
Blaess, '39, public
be preceded bya
eceptign at 3:15 p.
articipating in the
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and Mrs. Gail
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. Frederick Hadley
day, is be-
est in the
Band To Play
Stunt To Be On Program;
Scabbard And Blade Will
Chairman And Guest To Head Ball
. The 22nd annual Military Ball will
be held in the Union Ballroom from
an invita- 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. today with Herbie
m. for all Kay and his orchestra playing. Hugh
Interpre- C. Downer, '39E, is general Ta-
lerick 0. man of the affair.
receiving Attending with Downer will be Ma-
ceivik, rian Wuerth, of Ann Arbor, who has
[cCormick, chosen for the occasion a chiffon
thur, ' gown of Grecian design formed of
ter of the 'anels of light blue and orchid. A
rhinestone clip and gold and silver
sandals will be worn by Miss Wuerth.
attend as 'Enora Ferriss, '40, who will be the
guest of Paul A. Simpson, '39BAd,
pond, Miss chairman of tickets=and finance, will
Mrs. Leon- wear a white strapless gown of cord-
ier, Mr. J. ed silk with blue velvet bows on the
Bloomer, skirt and the bodice.
complete Striped Taffeta Chosen
Attending with Walter J. Hinkle,
'40, publicity chairman, will be Ma-
rian J. Price, '40. Miss Price has
chosen for the ball a candy-striped
- "evening gown of paper taffeta, made
with a halter neckline and a full
skirt. She Will wear fuschia acces-
The guest of Henry A. Fedziuk,
'39E; c o-chairman of decorations,
Muriel G. Luttermoser, '41, chose a
spring .model, of block pique with a
white background. The skirt was
widely flared, and white bows decor-
ated the bodice.
Ruth A. Umstead, '42, will accom-
pany John D. Lobb, jr., '39E, mem-
ber of the decorations committee.
Miss Umstead will wear a formal
gown of white chiffon made on prin-
cess lines with a full skirt.
Jeanne Davis, '41, has chosen pink
marquisette, with appliqued flow-
ers on the sleeves and skirt. Miss
Davis will be the guest of William F.
Bavinger, jr., '40, co-chairman of
the patrons and guests committee.
Barbara M. Cahoon, '40SM, who
has been invited by Gordon H. Ar-
nold, '40E, will wear aqua chiffon
trimmed in pink velvet. The gown
is shirred at the neckand waist.
Ta:Wear Navy And Chartreuse
Doris J, Harvey, '40, will be gowned
in a navy blue crepe model. The
chartreuse bodice, which has a hood,
is shirred to an extremely full skirt of
navy blue, sprinkled with tiny white
stars. Miss Harvey, guest of Rich-
ard T. Waterman, '40, patrons and
guests co-chairman, will wear silver
JeanL. Ramsey, '40, attending with
Ernest F. Scherer, '40E, secretary of
the central committee, plans to wear
a shirt-waist dress with a pleated
skirt. The top of the dress is white,
the skirt black and a red belt of straw
wov'en material complete the costume.
Agnes L. Crow, '42, has chosen a
black lace dress, featuring a heart-
shaped bodice and very full skirt.
Gcld accessories will be worn. She, is
he-guest of Allan A. Andrews, '39E,
who planned the program and favors.
Will Be Extended
Because of the extraordinary large
number of petitions filed, interview-
ing for orientation advisory positions
will be extended through 3 to 5 p.m.
Monday, Patricia Matthews, orien-
tation chairman said. It will be
necessary to be interviewed to be con-
sidered for a position, Miss Matthews
Kappa Beats Theta, 44-14
Kappa Kappa Gamma defeated
Kappa Alpha Theta 44 to 14 in a
baseball game held at 5 p.m. yester-
day at Palmer Field. Barbara Telling,
'40, pitched for the winning team.
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Seven Fraternities To Compete
With Ball In Weekend Parties
The weekend again starts out in a A "Bowery Ball" will be given by
blaze of glory, with many answering Theta Chi. Leroy Thomas and his
the bugle call of Military Ball and orchestra will do "The Sidewalks of
many doing a right-about-face to New York" for the members. Mr. and
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their own fraternities for good times3
Chi Psi, Alpha Delta Phi and Theta
Delta Chi have formed an alliance
for a big dance at the Washtenaw
Country Club tonight. Buses have
been chartered to take members and
guests to the club where Charlie
Zwick and orchestra will furnish mu-
sic. The chaperons will be Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Graham and Mr. and
Pi Lambda Phi will hold its initia-
tion formal from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
night. Bill McKay and fellow musi-
cians will play for the occasion. Mr.
and. Mrs. Jerome Van Winegarden,
of Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Man-
deberg of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs.
King Shwayder, also of Detroit, will
Mrs. K. M. Arnold and Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Hodge will chaperon.
Chi Phi begin a Fiesta weekend to-
night with a closed radio-dance. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. D.
W. Kelsy and Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Bisby. The festivities will be con-
tinued tomorrow night with roller
A radio-dance, informal, will be
given by Hermitage from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Prof. and Mrs. Frank C.
Copely and Mr. and Mrs. John Burch
MARTHA COOK-ALPHA PHI
Tiesoftball team of Martha Cook
Building won a game yesterday from
Alpha Phi sorority, with a score of
28-12. The game was held at Palmer
of the Evening
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gathered in snugly at your wrists. A soft
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and a demure hood covers your curls.
There are gowns of cottons, linen, or-
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