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SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Eighth Freshman

Project Will Be

Held In League

Ton ight

Puddle Jump'
Committeemen
Name Guests
Music Of Bill Sawyer's
Band To Be Broadcast
Over Station WWJ
Bill Sawyer's band will play for the
"Puddle Jump," eighth annual Fresh-
man Project which is being held
from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. tonight in the
ballroom of the League.
Betty Fariss, general chairman of
the Project, will be accompanied by
John Rinek, '39E, while Ruth Par-
sons, assistant chairman, will have
Larry Rinek, '40E, as her guest. Irwin
Clamage, '41, will be the guest of
Peggy Polumbaum, chairman of fi-
nance, and Lois Basse, decorations
chairman, has invited Ross Monroe,
'42E.
Chairmen To Attend
Robert Hotchkiss, '42E, will be the
guest of Isabel Balfour, ticket chair-
man, and Jane Bates, costume chair-
man, has invited James Bartlett, '42,
to attend as her guest. Frances
Aaronson, dance chairman, will be
accompanied by Richard Seitner, '41,
and Helen Rhodes, music chairman,
has invited Don Siegel, '39E.
Patty Hadley, chairman of a newly
formed committee on records, will
have Robert Lovell, '42, as her guest,
and Mildred Curtis, co-chairman of
records, will attend with Foster
Campbell, '42., Betty Whitely, chair-
man of publciity, has invited Port,
Brown, '41.
To Sing 'Puddle Jump'
Yellow daffodils and silver rain-
drops will be used as decorations to
carry out the theme of the dance.
An original song named "Puddle
Jump" has been written by Gwen-
dolyn Dunn and June Wales. Dance
routines will be presented during thel
floor show, which will be held during
the intermission. Miss Aaronson wlil
do a solo dance.
"Puddle Jump" music will be broad-
cast over WWJ from 11:30 p.m. to
midnight. This is the first time that
such a broadcast has been held In the
ballroom of the League, Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
League, said.
Will Hold Celebration
Eta chapter of Chi Omega will hold
its annual Eleusinian celebration at
12:30 p.m. today at the League.
Michigan State and Hillsdale actives
will be guests and all Ann Arbor al-
umnae are invited to attend.

Patrons And

Patronesses

For

lichigras Are Announced

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To Play For Project

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Gov. Dickinson ;Ten Houses Wi
W ill Head List Now that Hitler and military af-
fairs have had their day and night,+
For M ay itis time to think of formals, radio
dancesand even a baby party to be
" held tonight.
Pres. And Mrs. Ruthven Alpha Tau Omega starts off with
its baby party at 9 p.m. tonight. Mr.
Are Named As Guests and Mrs. X. A. Wikel and Dr. R. T.1
At Fair In Field House J La Piere will chaperon.
iA roller skating party at the Roller-
Governor and Mrs. Luren Dickin- drome is being planned by the Chi
son head the list of patrons and Phi fraternity. Hal Carter will play
for Kappa Kappa Gamma's spring
patronesses for the 1939 Michigras formal at the Washtenaw Country
to be held Friday and Saturday, May Club. Mrs. Ruth Smith and Prof.
5 and 6. and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren will
Other patrons and patronesses will chaperon. Dr. Robert Wilson and
be: Regent and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Dr. Lawrence Kerr will attend the
Regent and Mrs. Franklin M. Cook, Phi Chi's informal radio dance, and
Regent Esther M. Cram and Wr. Phi Kappa Tau's dance will be chap-
Cram, Regent and Mrs. David H. eroned by Prof. and Mrs. Frank
Crowley, Regent and Mrs. Charles Knickle and Mrs. Helen Gucker.
Hemans, Regent and Mrs. John D. Zeta Tau Alpha will hold a radiof
Lynch. dance from 9 p.m. until midnight.
To Be Patrons Prof. H. C. Weller and Mr. and Mrs.
Regent and Mrs. Edmund C. ____-

11 Hold Dances Engagement AnnouncedI
The engagement of Frances Bry-1
William Pendorf will be the chaper- ant to William E. Carl Hintz has been
ons. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Higgs and1 announced by the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gordan will chap- Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Bryant of Og-

eron the informal radio dance atc
Zeta Psi.]
Xi Phi Psi will also hold an infor-1
mal radio dance tonight and Dr. C. K.I
Wright and Dr. Elmira Held will1
chaperon. Hillel Foundation have
engaged Bill McKay to play for their
informal dance at the Huron Hills
Country Club.
Phi Alpha Kappa will have a for-
mal dance from 9 p.m. to midnight.
The 10 house dances tonight plus
the, Freshman Project, "Puddle
Jump," at the League complete the
list of dancing entertainment for the
night.
To Hold Picnic Tomorrow
Wyvern, junior women's honor so-
ciety, will hold a breakfast picnic at
10 a.m.

den, Utah. Mr. Hintz is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Hintz of South
Bend, Ind. He attended De Pauw
University and the University of
Michigan. Miss Bryant studied at
the University of Utah and the
University of California.

Will Hold Finals Today
The finals and semi-finals of the
all-campus women's ping pong tour-
nament will be held at 2 p.m. today
in the Women's Athletic Building. As
an added attraction, there will be an
exhibition given by four men ping
pong players. At the start of the
tournament there were 500 partici-
pants. Games were played off until
four women from each zone, dor-
mitory and sorority house remained.

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Bill Sawyer will play for the an-
nual Freshman Project to be held
tonight at the Michigan League.
Music from the dance will be broad-
cast over WWJ from 11:30 p.m.
to midnight. Betty Fariss is gen-
eral chairman of the, project.
Large Crowd
Dance In Uion
At~niterylall
. f
More than 800 persons attended
the Military Ball held from 10 p.m.
until 2 a.m. yesterday in the Union
Ballroom.
The traditional stunt given at the
affair was a depiction of a dream of
"Private Custer," at his first day atI
Camp Custer. The Drum and Bugle
Corps entered, followed by the drillj
team, which presented a silent drill
under the direction of Morris F. Mil-
fler, '39. A novel feature of the drill
was the use of flashlights on the end
of the rifles. The stunt terminated
with the call of reveille, which awak-
ened Private Custer.
The new initiates of Scabbard and
Blade formed the saber arch for the
grand march, led by Hugh C. Downer,
'39E, and his guest, Marian Wuerth,
of Ann Arbor.

Shields, Regent and Mrs. Ralph
Stone, Regent-elect and Mrs. Joseph
J. Herbert, Regent-elect and Mrs.
Harry Kipke, President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Hon. and Mrs.
Eugene B. Elliot.
Vice-President and Mrs. Shirley W.
Smith, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. I
Bursley, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean and
Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Dean Henry C.
Anderson, Dean and Mrs. Edward
H. Kraus, Dean Jeanette Perry, Dean
and Mrs. Wells I. Bennett, Dean and
Mrs. E. B. Stason, Director and Mrs.
Fielding H. Yost, Mayor and Mrs.
Walter C. Sadler, Registrar and
Mrs. Shirley M. Smith.
Professors To Attend
Prof. and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg,
Prof. and Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Dr. and Mrs. James
Bruce, Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Yoa-
kum, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Andrews,
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert 0. Crisler, Miss Laurie Camp-
bellv
William F. Fohey, Miss Marie Hart-
wig, Miss Catherine Heller, Miss Eth-
el McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Par-
don,Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tillitson,
Mr-.and Mrs. Stanley G. Waltz, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins, and
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Revelli.

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