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TlIE MICHIGAN DAILY

euth Annual Slide Rule Ball To Be Held Friday, Mar
thvens Plan Announcement Chairmanships 20 omen Enter Intramural De
ednesday Tea Of Scholarship Of Committees _____________s___
Pial Guests Tv Include Petitions Made Graduate To Be Married Date Of First Ball Tickets Still On Sale om
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Walton Rodger Is General
Chairman; Decorations
Committeemen Named
The tenth annual Slide Rule Ball,
official dance of the engineering
school sponsored by the Michigan
Technic, will be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday, March 31, in the ball-
room of the Union, Walton A. Rodger,
'39E, general chairman, announced
yesterday.
Central Members
Members of the central committee
are Richard G. Tarbell, '39E, finance
chairman; J. Anderson Ashburn,
'40E, publicity chairman; Richard M.
Adams, '40E, music chairman; M.
Robert Herman, '40E, chairman of
tickets and programs; Donald F. Van
Loon, '39E, chairman of the floor
committee, and George Hanson, '39E,
patrons chairman.
Assisting Wesley W. Warren, decor-
ations committee chairman, will be
Robert F. May, '39E, and Jack Stev-
ens, '39E.
Sale Announced Soon
Rodger is editor-in-chief of the
Technic, president of the student
chapter of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers, ┬░and a member
of the Engineering Council. He is
also a member of the Tau Beta Pi,
Trigon social fraternity, Vulcans and
Phi Kappa Phi honorary societies.
The orchestra and dates for ticket
sale will be announced later, Ash-
burn said. Slide Rule Ball con-
tinues the last of the engineer-law-
yer -feud by taking place traditional-
ly the same night as Crease Ball.
Frolic Tickets
To Go On Sale
Will Be Available Monday
At 1:30 P.M. At Union
General ticket sale for Frosh Frolic
to be held from 9 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Friday, March 10, will begin at 1:30
p.m. Monday at the Union, Robert
Hotchkiss, '42, ticket chairman, an-
nounced yesterday.
Only 75 of the 350 tickets print-
ed for the dance will be available to
upper classmen, Jack Grady, '42, gen-
eral chairman, said. The ticket cage
will remain open until 5:30 p.m. as
it did Thursday and Friday when
freshmen were given preference in
the sale. . Tickets are priced at $2.25,
a 25-cent reduction from last year.
Frosh Frolic is the first big affair
at which sorority women can cele-
brate after the week preceeding Na-
tional Panhellenic initiation, end-
ing Sunday, March 4. Special per-
mission of 2:30 p.m. has been grant-

JEAN KELLER
Jean Keller Weds
Cadwell Tyler, Jr.
At Parents' IHofieI
The marriage of Jean Elizabeth
Keller, '35, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Browder Keller of Ossining
to Cadwell Tyler II is to take place1
this morning at 11 a.m. in the home1
of the bride's parents. Mr. Tyler is
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cad-
well Taylor of Washington,I D.C.
Miss Keller is to be given in mar-
riage by her father and will be at-
tended by Charlotte Hathaway of
North Wilmington, Mass. Lynn Han-
nahs of New York City i to be the
man.
Miss Keller was the author of the
1934JGP and for two years following
her graduation was the assistant di-
rector of Mosher Hall. She ista mem-
ber of Delta Gamma sorority. She
was also co-author of last year's JGP,
"The Mulberry Bush."
Mr. Tyler prepared at Saint Alban's
and is a graduate of Yale University
and attended the Harvard Graduate
School of Business Administration.
He is employed with the Investment
Counsel firm of Brundage, Story and
Rose in New York City.
Following a wedding breakfast the
couple will leave for a wedding trip,
returning to reside in Brooklyn
Heights, N.Y.
ed by the office of the Dean of Wom-
en.
Tommy Tucker has replaced Happy
Felton as the orchestra for the Frolic.
Last year the band was with George
Jessel's radio program on the west
coast, and it has also broadcast from
the Statler Hotel in Cleveland.,

Contest To Be,
Set AtMeeting
Delta Delta Delta, Mosher,
Jordan, Betsy Barbour
Entrants Will Compete
Twenty women have entered the,
intramural debate series sponsored by
the League, Betty Bricker, '40, co-
chairman, announced yesterday. A
meeting of all the debaters will be
held at 5 p.m. Wednesday in Room
3209 Angell Hall to set the date for
the first contest in the series.
Argue Subsidization
Mrs. Frederick Crandall, faculty ad-
visor for the intramural debates, will
be in charge of the meeting at which
time the teams will be divided into
affirmative and negative groups to
argue the question, "Resolved: that
collegiate athletics should be subsi-
dized."
Following are the names of the
women already entered in the con-
test: Leona Henderson, '42; Dorothy
Brooks, '42; Norma Vint, '40 and Mil-
dred Codere, '42 of Jordan Hall;
Helen Brady, '40 and Margaret Mc-
Beth, '40, of Delta Delta Delta; Ag-
nes Crow, '42 and Nancy Gould, '42,
of Betsy Barbour Residence; Janet
Hiatt, '42; Elizabeth Caster, '41, and
Jane Sapp, '41, of Mosher Hall.
List Continued
Jean Maxted, '41; Ethel Norberg, '40;
Carol Le Vigne, '40; Mary Martha
Taylor, '41; Janet Sargent, '40; Grace
Helen Barton, '41A; Betty Van Du-
sen, '39; and Virginia Hoelzle, '40, of
Martha Cook.
Betty Kepler, '41; Jean Van Raalte,
'40; Margaret Macrae and Elinor Se-
vison, '41, of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
All other women who wish to enter
the intramural debate seriestshould
give their names to Miss Bricker be-
fore the meeting Wednesday. At-
tendance at the meeting is compul-
sory, Miss Bricker said. Those who
expect to debate but who will not be
able to be present should notify Miss
Bricker before Tuesday. r
Reading Group To Meet
The Playreading section of the
Faculty Women's Club will meet at
2:15 p.m. Tuesday afternoon in the
Mary Barton Henderson Room of
the Michigan League. Mrs. Harley
A. Haynes and Mrs. Russell W. Bunt-
ing have been asked to pour.
The hostesses will be Mrs. John
W. Kemper,/ chairman; Mrs. Harry
Bouchard, Mrs. J. E. Emswiler, Mrs.
Philip Jay, Mrs. Allen F. Sherzer and
Mrs. M. B. Stout.

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Tickets for Assembly Ball to be in the undergraduate office of the
ld from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday in League, Charlotte Houk, '39, chair-
e ballroom of the League will be man, announced yesterday.

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Others to $21.
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