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November 05, 1938 - Image 5

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Couples Are Present At Sixth Annual Interfraternity B


Guests Choose
;Varied Styles
In Ball, Gowns
Dominant Color Scheme
Of Dance Decorations Is
Green, Silver And Red

Couples Dance To Orin Tucker's Music

Dorm Women
To Gie Dance

17 Parties, Tea Dances, Open Houses
To Climax Football Week-End Todc

800 couples attended the sixth an
nual Interfraternity Ball, held fron
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday in the In-
tramural Building, Tom Adams, '40
publicity chairman announced.
Jack Denny and Orrin Tucker furn-
ished music for the dance. Jack Den-
ny presented the three- Lorraine Sis-
ters, and Bonnie Baker and the Baile
Sisters were the vocalists with Orrii
Tucker's band.
Marietta Killian, '39, who attended
the dance with Robert A. Reid, '39
president of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil and co-chairman of the ball, wore
a black taffeta gown with silver
leaves sprinkled over the full skirt
Silver sandals and silver leaves in
her hair completed the ensemble.
White Formals Chosen
Mary Mooney, '39, who was the
guest of Robert Canning, '39, secre-
tary of the Council, and alsp chair-
man of the dance, was seen in a
white taffeta formal with stripes of
gold embroidery. She wore gold san-
dals with the gown.
A white chiffon dress, in the Grec-
ian style, sprinkled with rhine-
stones, was chosen by Peggy Meagher,
'42, who was the guest of Adams,
publicity chairman. Mary McKenzie
'39, who attended the dance wrath
William Bavinger, '40, chose a white
net gown with a wide band of black
lace around the full skirt. She chose
silver accessories for the dress.
Esther Crooks, who attended the
ball with Thomas Markham, '40, co-
chairman of the 'patrons committee,
wore a cream-colored brocaded satin
gown.'The shoulder-straps and her
accessories were of rhinestones, and
Jean Benham, '41, who was asked to
the dance by Hugh Estes, '40, also
in charge of patrons, was' seen in
brown corded silk in a halter-neck
style. She wore silver slippers with
the gown.
Strapless Gowns Popular
Sally Mustard, '40, who was the
guest of David Haughey, '40, co-
chairman of the building, was seen in
a turquoise taffeta gown, princess
style. The strapless bodice was held
up by a fuschia velvet ribbon, tied in
a bow in front. She wore gold sandals
with the dress. Lillian Zimmerman,
40, who was the guest of John Hop-
pin, '40, chose a purple bengaline
strapless formal. For accessories she
wore an amethyst cross and matching
Beverly Bracken, '40, who was the
League; Uion
HWads To Meet
Dinner Tuesday To Honor
38 Members At League
An informal dinner, honoring mem-
bers of the student governing organ-.
izations and sponsored by the League
social committee, will be held at 6
p.m. Tuesday at the League, Barbara
Heath, chairman, announced yester-
Invitations will be sent to 38 stu-
dents, Miss Heath said. Guests will
include the Union Council, the League
Council, officers of Assembly, officers
of Congress, officers of Panhellenic
Association, offices of Interfraternity
Council and the president of the
Men's Council. Miss Ethel McCor-
mick of the League, and Frank Oakes
of the Union have also been invited.
Faculty guest for the dinner will be
Karl Litzenberg of the English de-
partment. Presidents of each or-
ganization include Paul Brickley, '39,
Jean Holland, '39, Betty Jane Mans-
field, '39, Bob Hartwell, '39, Stephanie
Parfet, '39, Bob Reid, '39, and Fred
Luebke, '39. Each will explain the
purposes of the organization which
he represents.
This is the first time such a dinner
honoring student governing bodies
has been iheld, Miss Heath said. The

purpose of the dinner is to give the
members or officers of each organiza-
tion an insight into the activities of
the other organizations. The short
talks given by the presidents of each
group will serve as explanations of
purposes, Miss Heath announced.
Plan Campus-Wide
Three campus-wide bridge tourna-
ments, sponsored by the Union and
League, will be held this year, ac-
cording to Hadley Smith, '40, of the
Union executive council.
Registration for the first tourna-
mfent, Nov. 17, begins today at both
the Union and heague and will 1i

A few of the couples who last night danced to the music of Jack
Denny and Orrin Tucker are picture above. Tucker's featured singers,
Bonnie Baker and the Bailey Sisters, together with the Lorraine Sisters
who sing with Denny, were the vocalists. The Intramural Building was
the scene of this annual dance for the first time this year.

The campus continues to make Country Club, where the dance will
Names Of Committeemen merry this week-end with eight pledge be held. Chaperons will be Mr. and
Will Be Made Known formals and many parties following IMrs. Marcus Cunningham, Mr. and
the Michigan-Pennsylvania game.
At Assembly Banquet Tea, open-house and tea dances make Mrs. Allen Gage, and Mrs. Hazel Rob-
up the calendar for after-the-game erson.
The central committee for an In- fun. Bill McKay and his orchestra will
ter-dormitory dance, to be sponsored Immediately following the game, play for the Delta Gamma pledge
by the independent dormitory women the members of Adelia Cheever House formal which will be held from 9,p.m.
and to be given Dec. 10 in the League will be honored at a tea from 4:30 to midnight today at the chapter
Ballroom, will be announced at the to 6 p.m. at the Alpha Kappa Lambda house. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moehl-
Assembly Banquet Monday by Betty fraternity. Alpha Tau Omega will man and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gra-
Jane Mansfield, '39, president of As- also entertain after the score is a I ham will chaperon.
sembly, it was learned yesterday. matter of history at a tea dance,. Gamma Phi Beta sorority is also
The dance is an innovation, being which will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. holding its pledge formal from 9 p.m.
given this year for the first time. The Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hammett Ito midnight today. Chaperoning will
affair, which will be informal, will be will chaperon. be Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sargent, Mr.
one to whch the undergraduate wom- A pledge forma? from 9 p.m. tq and Mrs. Chas. H. Henderson, and
en on campus may invite guests. [midnight will be given by the mem- Mrs. Norris Wentworth.
Tickets for the Assembly Banquet bers of the Chi Omega sorority. Helen Newberry Entertains
will be sold from 10 a.m. to 12:30 Chaperoning will be Dean and Mrs. A semi-formal dance is being given
p.m. today in the lobby of the Igeague, Samuel T. Dana, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. by the residents of Helen Newberry
Ellen Redner, '40, ticket chairman, Gehring, Mrs. Granville C. Mitchell, House from 9 p.m. to midnight today.
announced yesterday. This irmnbe and Mrs. Holly Robbbes.Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
anone etedy hsWill adMr.Hllbobes
the last time that independent women Pledges Honored At Dance play. The chaperons will be Miss
will be able to buy them. Collegiate Sorosis sorority will hon- Ruth Danielson, social director of the
According to the ticket sale the at- or its pledges at a formal dance from dormitory and Miss Jean Carruthers,
tendance will be large, Miss Redner 9 p.m. to midnight today. The wom- dietician.
said, and the dormitory or zone with en and their guests will dance to Ray Kappa Delta sorority will hold open
the highest percentage of its residents Carryls music at the Huron Hills house after the game today. Pledges
there will be mentioned.,will also be honored at a formal dance
The theme of the banquet will be registrar. Stephanie Parfet, '39, pres- from 9 p.m. to midnight. Mr. and Mrs.
"Participation" and the decorations dent of Panhellenic Association, will William Wikel and Mr. and Mrs. J.
w Participation"adtedcoain
I wil learry out the fable of the Grass- be a special guest at the dinner. W. Davis wilr be the chaperons.
hopper and the Ant. Prof. Bennett Miss Mansfield emphasized the fact A pledge formal will be held by
,Weaverof the English department that the sophomore, junior and senior Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority to-
will be the principle speaker, and women to whom the scholastic awards night from 9 p.m. to midnight. Charles
>thers will include Miss Mansfield, will be presented must be at the ban- Wellington and his orchestra will
Jean Holland, '39, League president, quet. If they are absent, the prizes play, and chaperons will be Mr. and
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of women, will be given to those women having Mrs. Arthur Van Duren and Mrs.
and Mr. Ira M. Smith, University the second highest scholastic average Ruth Smith.
for their class during the Mast year. Pi Beta Phi sorority will honor its

Michigan Women
Aid W.A.A. Pool
The Detroit Association of Univers-
ity of Michigan Women have con-
tributed 50 \dollars to the W.A.A.
swimming pool fund, Dr. Margaret
Bell, director of physical education
for women, announced yesterday.
The contributioi' was made through
Mrs. E. Frazer Clark, president of
the association, Dr. Bell said.
Approximately 12 per cent of the
amount necessary for theconstruc-
tion of the proposed new women's
swimming pool has now been received.
The pool fund has been increased by
contributions and such events as the
swimming exhibition, Tommy Dorsey
swing concert and Michigras, all of
which were held last year.

Debate Teams,
To Be Chosen

Economy Of
States Will

Be Topic

Positions for 10 varsity women de-
baters are to be filled for this year's
activity. Two conference contests on
the question, "Resolved, That the
economic principles of the totalitarian
state are desirable" are scheduled for
the second week in December.
The negative team will travel to'
the University of Illinois and the
affirmative side will debate with the
University of Wisconsin here in the
Big Ten debates. An open discussion
of the question will be held at 4 p.m.
next Tuesday in Room 4209, Angell
Hall. Tryouts for the team will be
held Nov. 15.
Both those interested in the varsity
team and those expecting to try for
one of the 16 intramural team to be
organized early next semester- are
asked to attend the meeting.

guest of Wilber Davidson, '40, co-
chairman of tickets, wore an aqua-
marine chiffon dress and matching
velvet bows in her hair. Jean Hastie,
'40, who attended the dance with
John Goodell, '40, was seen in a violet
chiffon gown. Matching velvet bows
in her hair, and silver sandals com-
pleted the ensemble.
Rhinestone Clips Worn
Jane Jewitt, '40, who was the guest
of Robert Golden, '40, co-chairman
of decorations, chose blue slipper
satin, severely cut, with rhinestone
clips. She wore silver sandals with
the gown. Fldrence Signiago, '41, who
attended the ball with Benjamin
Jones, '40, also in charge of decora-
tions, wore a black velvet formal
with cerise-colored sandals to match
the cerise and blue bow on her gown.
Nile green, silver and wine red was
the color scheme of decorations at the
ball. Red velour drapes framed the
silver satin panels on the side walls,
and between the panels, fraternity
emblems were placed. Green cloth,
draped in rows across the ceiling,
completed the decorations scheme.
Sigma Alpha Iota will hold an ini-
ation at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the Hen-
derson Room at tthe League. De-Rhua1
Skinner, '40, and Barbara Cahoon,
'40, will be initiated. Jean Ebersole,
'40, is in charge of the initiation.;


Women To Play Finals
Of Tournament Sunday
The finals of the woiens singles
tennis tournament will be played at 3
p.m. Sunday at Palmer Field. Contest-
ants in the matches will be Dorothy
Maul, '39, and Merida Hobart, Spec-
Ed, winners in the semi-finals, which
were held Wednesday afternoon.
In the semi-finals of the tourna-
ment Miss Hobart defeated Beth
Mihlethaier, '39Ed, in a 6-0, 7-5
match, while Miss Maul's match was
6-2, 4-6, 6-3, in which she defeated
Margaret Cotton, '40. Admission to
the finals Sunday is free, and they
will start promptly.
Legal Fraternity Pledges
Tau Epsilon Rho, national legal
fraternity, has pledged eight members
of the law class of! '41. They are
Marston H. Busch, Bernard L. Cohen,
Maurice C. Greenbaum, Harold Ros-
enn, Sidney J. Salzman, Sheldon Sil-
verman, William H. Spitalny, and Al-I
fred M. Swiren.

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