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THE MICHIGAN- DAILY

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Dance Friday

Week-end Plan
Includes Many'
Social Affairs

Voting In The Student Senate Election

Yearly Paul Bunyan Affair In spirit with the Michigan-Yale
To Be Held At The Barn; game that is being played in New
Haven, Conn., social events this week-
Vagabonds Will Play end will include a openhouse where}
the crowd will gather to listen to the
The annual Paul Bunyan dance, play-by-play broadcast of the game.
sponsored by the Forestry Club will be A "hardtimes" party, informal radio
held from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Fri- dances and a pledge formal are also
included in the week-end's festivities.
day at "The Barn" on Currie Rd., One of the first pledge formals of
Frank Becker, '39, general chairman , the season will be held from 9 p.m. to
for the dance announced yesterday. midight today at the Delta Delta Del-
Transportation/to "The Barn," lo- ta house. Bill Gail's orchestra will
cated one and one-half miles north play for the sorority women and their'
of Salem, will be by trucks which will ┬░uests. Professor ad Mrs. C. C. Me-
toche and Mr. and Mrs. James Eberle
Leave the Natural Science huildinig at will chaperon.
8:30 p.m. Frictay. Radio Dace To Be Given
Round and square dances will be ' Delta Tau Delta fraternity will
featured, and Al Schirmer's Vaga- have an informal radio dance from
bonds will play for the affair. It is 9 p.m. to midnight today. The chap-
traditional that dress for the Paul erons will be Mr. and M.:,. W. W.'
Bunyan dance be informal, the For- Bilbert and Mr. and Mrs. D. R.
esters wearing plaid shirts and boots, JSeveral radios will supply news of
Becker announced.ds
Edward Ledvina, '39, is ticket chair- the Michigan-Yale game. From 2
alwrdLedin, '9,is icet har-p.m. to 5 p.m. today at the Gamma
man, and David Reid, '40, is in charge PhiBeta sority house whichish
of publicity. The sale of-tickets will ing an invitational open house. Danc-
be limited to 100. Chaperons will be ing interspersed with cider and
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Grahm, and doughnuts will keep the guests other-
Dr. and Mrs. Felix G. Gustafson of , wise entertained during the after-
the Forestry department. doon.
Attendance at the dance will be Guests will make good the phrase
limited to members of the Forestry "prosperity is just around the cor-
school, pre-Forestry students and ner" at the Kappa Nu hard times
their guests. The 1937 Paul Bunyan party which will be held from 9 p.m.
dance was held at the Saline Valley to midight today at the chapter
Farms. Herbert Fleischer, '38, acted house. Among those invited are Dr.
as general chairman.; and Mrs. David Feldman and Dr and

-Daily Photo by Freedman
Richard M. Scammon (right), former graduate student, last year's
Director of Elections and Speaker of the Senate who flew here by plane
to observe the elections, watches with Edward Magdol, '39, currentj
Director, as Edythe Plavnik, '42, (left) deposited her ballot in the Library
lkbby. Morris Mazer, '41, was officiating.

Sixth Season
Of Children's
Theatre Opens
No New York or Hollywood pre-
miere ever surpassed for color and
exuberance the opening of the Chil-
dren's Theatre's sixth season. It was
a matinee of "Rumpelstiltskin"
played to an audience of 550 yester-
day in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
There will be two more performances
at 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. today.
The audience of 550 included every
thing from professors carrying eru-,
dite-looking books to children so
small that they looked lost in the
theatre seats, that is, when they
stayed in the seats, as they did not
the majority of the time between
acts. Fashion in clothes varied widely
from children who came tousled from'
school to those dressed in party
clothes-velveteen and lace and all
the trimmings.-
There were shouts of anticipation
and then complete silence at the be-
ginning of each act. Then shouts of
approval afterwards for the antics of
the jester, of Rumpelstiltskin, of the
king; for the distress of Frau Miller
and wilfulness of her daughter. The
costumes were gay and the sets, the
work of Robert Corrigon, '39, as
simple and attractive as those of a
Silly Symphony.
The parts which Richard McKel-
vey, Grad., director, wove skillfully
together were played as follows: Frau
Miller by Betty Jane Mansfield, '39;
Hilda by Ruth Menefee, '39; the king
by Karl Klauser, '39; the jester by
James Robert Stephenson, Ann Ar-
bor High School; Rumpelstiltskin by
Bernard Benaway, '39E; the mother
who tells the story by Mary Frances
Brown, '39, and her children by Dolly
Vlisides and Richard Gauss of Ann
Arbor.

Mrs. Eder of Detroit. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rothman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Kessel and Dr Bernard Heller.
will chaperon.
Dormitory To Hold Dance
The Board of Governors of the
Martha Cook Building will give an in-
formal dance for the women resi-
dents and their guests from 9 p.m.+
to midnight today at the dormitory.1
Miss Mary Gleason, social director of
the building and Miss Sarah Rowe,
assistant director, will chaperon. Jim-
my Fisher's orchestra will provide
the music for the dancers.
Alpha Chi Omega will hold an in..
formal radio dance from 9 p.m. to'
midnight today.
To Hear Game{
In Grill Room
All-Campus Gathering To
Be At 2 P.M. Today
A second all-campus gathering willt
be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. today
in the Grill room of the League,
Betty Spangler, '39, chairman of the
ballroom committee of the League,
announced yesterday.<
Four fraternities and four sorori-
ties have been invited to the affair as
special guests, but the Grill room will
be open to the public. Radios have
been installed and the Michigan-Yale
game will be broadcast. A victrola
will also play for dancing.
Delta Gamma, Chi Omega, Kappa'
Alpha Theta, and Collegiate Soror-f
sis will be special guests, and Phi
Kappa Psi, Alpha Tau Omega, Theta
Chi and Phi Kappa Sigma have been
given invitations.-
Dorothy Shipman, '40, and Martha
Cook, '40, will be in charge of the
gathering. There will be no admission
fee to the Grill. These football gather-
ings will be held in the League Grill
each Saturday when there will be no
home game.

Ninth Union Dance Is Complete
Sell-Out As 275_Couples Attend,

The ninth annual Union formal
supper-dance was held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. yesterday in the ballroom
of the Union. The dance was a com-
plete sell-out as 275 couples attend-
ed one of the major social events of
the school year.
Supper, which consisted of chicken'
salad, potato chips, coffee and ice
cream, was served at 11 p.m. This
was followed by the three-act floor
show at 11:45 p.m. Bob Steinle and
his orchestra furnished the music.
Chairmen Attend
James Halligan, '40F&C, gen-
eral chairman, attended with Ruth
Skog of Kalamazoo. Miss Skog was
dressed in royal blue net. The slen-
der "v" neck was accented by a se-
quin girdle and full skirt which gath-
sred at the waist. Miss Skog was
without accessories except for silver]
sandals. Don Nixon, '40, chairman
of publicity, had as his guest, Mary
Gretchen Connine, '42, who wore a
dark wine net gown with a low "v"
neck, full skirt, and low back. HIer
accesories consisted of two dark red
and gold clips, a rhinestone bracelet,
and gold sandals.
Announce Guests
Don Treadwell, '40 and Harry How-
ell, '40E, chairmen of decoration
were seen during the supper with
their guests, Eileen Hayward of
Grosse Point, and Margaret Bryant
3f Larium, respectively. Miss Hay-
ward was attired in a dual-color
violet taffeta gown. The princess
style bodice was set off by the heart
shape neck line which was gently
.rapped. The skirt was moderately
ull. Miss Hayward wore a pearl neck-
ace and brooch, and silver evening
sandals.
Watching the floor show with
nuch interest were Douglas Tracy,
'40E, ballroom chairman and guest,
Sophie Reichel of Detroit. Miss
leichel was gowned in pale blue taf-

feta with a halter neck bodice andI
full skirt, and she wore silver ac-
cessories, complimenting her dress
with simplicity and smartness. Don
Belden, '39E, secretary, was seen with
Marilyn Johnson of Royal Oak. Miss
Johnson wore a white paisley formal
with silver slippers and accessories.
More Guests Are Listed
James Wills, '40E, chairman of
tickets, attended with Frances Nevin,
'41. Miss Nevin chose blue velvet for
the occasion. A row of tiny brilliants
reached from the "v" neck to the
waist line of her gown, which had
drapped sleeves and a square back,
! with a pencil skirt, quite full in the
back. Miss Nevin wore silver slip-
pers in contrast to the blue of the
dress. Jean Hastie, '40, was the
guest of Harry L. Sonneborn, '40,
Daily correspondant. Miss Hastie
was attired in a red print formal
with a white angor jacket. She also
wore silver evening slippers.
Katherine Dye, '42. was the guest
of Hadley Smith, '40E, chairman of
programmes and patrons. Miss Dye
:hose a heather blue strapless satin
gown for the dance. The skirt was
extremely full and graceful. The bo&┬░
dice was also full and was touched
off by rouching around the neckline.
For accessories Miss Dye wore a pearl
bracelet and necklace. Her evening
slippers were brocaded in gold, silver
and blue.
Paul Brickley, '39, president, invit-
3d Bettie Schuele, '40. Miss Schuele
wore a rose taffeta dress, with scal-
loped trim of wine velvet around the
neck line.
Elizabeth E. Haas Weds
Benjamin Bugbee, Jr.
The marriage of Elizabeth E. Haas,,
'39, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Haas of Crestwood, N.Y.,
to Benjamin Bugbee, Jr., '38 of Wau-
kesha, Wis., which took place Sept.
27 at Norfolk, Va., is announced.
Miss Haas is affiliated with Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority and Mr. Bug-
bee is a member of Delta Upsilon
fraternity.I

Women's Meet
In Union Pool
To Be Tuesday
Winning House To Have
Campus Swim Title For
Present Season
A short demonstration of form
swimming will open the all-campus
swimming meet for women which is
to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Union pool. Swimming events will
include four 25 yard dashes, three
50 yard events, diving and two re-
lays.
Sororities, zones and dormitories
will be represented in the meet. The
winning house will hold the campus
women's swimming title for the sea-
son. Clara Lenfestey, '41Ed.t chair-
man of the meet, announced yester-
day.
"There will be no swimming charge
made for those entering the meet."
said Miss Hartwig, W.A.A. Intramural
Advisor. Miss Lenfestey requested
that women who are swimming in
the meet to be at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday
at the Union Pool.
Entry Sheets Due
Harriet Sharkey. '40, is in charge
of entries. All entry sheets were due
at the W.A.B. yesterday afternoon.
The Michigan Woman's Swimming
Club will begin meetings at the Union
.Pool soon after Tuesday's meet.
"Entrants in the meet will be among
those considered for membership, as
entrance into the club will be invita-
tional," said Miss Lenfestey, who is
manager of the swimming club.
"The meet covers a broad enough
scope so that the average swimmer is
free to participate," Miss Lenfestey
stated. The 25 yard speed events will
be swum in the side stroke, breast
stroke, front crawl and back crawl
strokes. The more advanced swimmers
will compete in the 50 yard breast
stroke, back crawl and freestyle. Four
women per team will swim in the
free style and the comedy relay.
3 Events Is Limit
Athletic managers of the various
groups participating are reminded
that no women may compete in any
more than three different events and
that no woolen suits may be worn in
the Union pool.
The swimming meet is being spon-
sored by the Physical Education de-
partment for Women. Last year Mar-
tha Cook dormitory won the swim-
ming title.
CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES
Further pledgings and an initiation
held during the past week are an-
nounced by three chapter houses.
Acacia
Acacia fraternity announces the
pledging of Wilford Brown, '40, of
Crown Point, Ind.; Ray Denny, '11E,
of Detroit; Lynn Doctor, '39, of De-
troit and George Matthews, '41, of
Detroit.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
initiation last Sunday of William
Ash, '41, of Detroit; Robert Wheaton,
'41 of Hillsdale; William Reed, '40;
Benjamin Munn, '40, of Battle Creek
and Wade Kaye, '40. They also an-
nounce the pledging of Leroy Contie,
'40, of Youngstown, Ohio, and Thom-
as Cuthbertson, '40, of Battle Creek.
Theta Xi
16 Theta Xi fraternity has added the
following members to its list of in-
itiates: Robert R. Allen, '41E, Hollis
Blackstone, '41, William C. Blan-
chard, '41E, Harold Britton, '41E,

Gene A. Christian, '39E and William
Steppon, '4lEd. The same fraternity
also announces the pledging of Les-
ter E. Veigel, '41Ed, of Tuscarawas,
Ohio,, and John P. Strauss, '41, of
Jackson.

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