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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fatrons Announced For Soph Prom And Dormitory

Prom Tielets
On Sale Today
At Union Desk

To Play For Prom

Radio-Phonograph Come-Across'
To Re Given Today Will Be Given
To Wyinner Of Raffle
The Zenith radio-phonograph of-

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Frankie Masters To Play
Dance Music Selected
Today By Campus Poll
The list of patrons and patronesses
for Soph Prom to be held Dec. 9,
at the Union ballroom was released
yesterday by Jane Grove, '41, chair-
man of the patron committee for the
dance.°
The list includes President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Regent
and Mrs. J. E. Beal, Regent and Mrs.
F. M. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Cram,
Regent and Mrs. D. H. Crowley, Re-
gent and Mrs. C. F. Hemans, Regent
and Mrs. John D. Lynch, Regent and
Mrs. E. C. Shields, Regent and Mrs.
Ralph Stone, Dean Henry C. Ander-
son, Dean and Mrs. J. A. Bursley,
pean and Mrs. J. B. Edmonson, Dean
'and Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. A. I. Lovell,
Dean and Mrs. C. T. Olmstead, Dean
and Mrs. W. B. Rea.
Other Patrons Named
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler,
Prof. and Mrs. Robert C. Angell, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Prof. and Mrs. C. 0.
Davis, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Fursten-
berg, Prof. and Mrs. J. K. Pollock,
Prof. and Mrs. H. 0. Whittemore,
Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Scholl, Prof. and
Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Prof. and Mrs.
H. O. Crisler, Major and Mrs. W. B.
Fariss, Dr. William M. Brace, Dr. and
Mrs. M. L. Durfee, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Koella, Miss Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick, Mrs. Harry Mott, Mrs. Lura
D. Niles, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oakes,
Mrs. Martha L. Ray, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Secord, and Mr. and Mrs. S.
G. Waltz are also among the -patrons
and patronesses.
Poll To Be Held
Only 100 tickets are left for the
dance, Robert Morrison, '41E, chair-I
man of the finance committee for thel
dance, announced yesterday. The
remhaining tickets will be on sale fromt
10 to 12 a.m. today at the Union deskI

fered as raffle prize in the Leag.ue
Fair will be awarded to the holder of
the lucky ticket at 11 p.m. today.
The winner need not be present at the
League in order to receive it, Marian
Smith, '39, in charge of the raffle.

Pres. And Mrs. Alexander
Ruiven To Head Group
Of Sponsors For Dancej

FRANKIE MASTERS
Honorary Speech Society
Pledgings Are Announced
Zeta Phi Eta, honorary speech'
society, announces the pledging of
the following: Mrs. Frederick 0.f
Crandall of the speech department;
June Madison, '40, Muskegon; Beul-
ah Fenske, '39Ed, Bay City; Frances.
Gaar, '41, Sparrows Point, Md.;
Elaine Kohl, '40, Cleveland Heights, #
Ohio; Frances Carlisle, '40, Saginaw.
Other pledges are: Meribah Leach,
'40, Marblehead, Mass.; Margaret Fry,
'39, Detroit; Norma Vint, '40, Birm-
ingham; Marion Conde, '41, Flint;
and Jane Ann Rather, '39SM, Ionia.
Mrs. Crandall, who will be initiated
Tuesday, will act as faculty adviser
for the sorority.
and in the main lobbv of Anrn ei

has announced. President and Mrs. Alexander
All ticket-sellers for the League Ruthven are among the patrons for'
Fair raffle must turn in their money, the Christmas Come-Across dance,
stubs, and unsold tickets before noon to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
today at the desk in the League lobby, Saturday at the League, it was an-
Miss Smith said. nounced yesterday by Zenovia Sko-
The radio and phonograph is a ratko, '40Ed, chairman of the patrons
large armchair model which retails at committee of. the dance.
$100, and a limited number of tickets Other patrons include Dean Alice
have been sold. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Clarence S.
Yoakum, Dean and Mrs. James B.
Edmonson, Dean Jeanette B. Berry,
Fo tb lM 1 OBe Dean Byrl Bacher, Prof. and Mrs.
dStompPhilip Bursley, Prof. and Mrs. Rich-
T "i. Guess i ard C. Fuller, Prof. and Mrs. George
M. Stanley, Prof. and Mrs. Wilber
Thirty-seven invitations have been Humphreys, Prof. and Mrs. Charles
extendedtovaitypE.Koella, Registrar and Mrs. Ira
extend to varsity and senior y Smith, Mrs. Frederick G. Ray, Mrs.
on the 1938 football team to attend Helen B. Mott. Mrs. Mary Mitchell,
the "Grid Stomp," the regular Satur- Mrs. Florence Preston, Mrs. Holly
day dance from 9 p,.m. to midnight Dobbins, Miss Kathleen Hamm, Miss
to'day in the Union Ballroom. Ruth Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. Don-
Robert Fox, '39, high-stepping drum ald Anderson, Miss Mary E. Gleason,
RjobrothoxV39,rigtepandilgrumMr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Spurgeon
major of the Varsity Band, will give of Detroit, and Miss Angelene Ma-
an exhibition with a lighted baton liszewski.;
of maneuvers that were popular dur- Members of the finance commit-
ing the football season. There will tee are Roslyn Fellman, '40, chair-
be special tables for the players, man, Helen Culley, '41, Olga Dobosz,
This is the first of a series of dances '39, Martha Essig, '40, Martha Janel
honoring the various varsity teams Drew, '41 and Judith Frank, '40. 9
on campus, at first planned to take
place the week-end after Thanksgiv-
ing. It was postponed in consideration Cha ter H ouse
of the fact that it was the first :
opportunity the team had had this pH
fall to go home for the week-end. E isted
The next in the series will be heldl
soon, Donald Nixon, '40, publicity
chairman of the Union, said yester- Founder's Day Luncheons1
day. I",R. rr~i]IT1... , '

Large Crowd
Attends Tenth
AnnualCabaret
"Deep Sea Doodles," the 10th an-
nual Sophomore Cabaret, opened yes-
terday in the ballroom of the League
with one of the largest crowds in th,
history of the Cabaret ir. attendance
Guests danced in aquatic surround
ings, with murals of fish, snails, oc.
topuses, and other under-water lift
providing the background, while th,
League Fair carried out the genera
motif with its "Davy Jone's Locker,'
also a part of the evening's enter-
tainment.
The floor show, which took plac(
at 10:30 p.m., began with a sailors
chorus and went into "The Sea-wee(
Chorus," with dancers wearing greer
costumes with short cellophane skirts
Another of the dances on the pro-
gram was the "Parade of the Oceans,'
with Mary Ellen Wheeler, '41, dance
chairman, as Miss Arctic Ocean
wearing an all-white gown; Doroth4
Levan, '41, as Miss Mediterranear
Sea, in a blue costume with see-green
lays; Virginia Keilholtz, '41, as Mis
Irish Sea, in traditional green; Vir-
ginia Osgood, '41, as Miss Indiar
Ocean, and Katherine Sprick as Mis
Pacific Ocean.
In .the finale were featured thE
Starfish trio, with Annabel Var
Winkle, Betty Anne Schaufte, ant
Edith Howell. Lyrics for the "Deer
Sea Doodles" were written by Dorm
Merker, '41, and one of the tune4
is Miss Merker's original.
Admission tickets are 25 cents anc
dancing is five cents a dance pei
couple. The Cabaret will be pre-
sented again today from 3:30 to 5:3C
p.m. and from 9 p.m. to midnight
with floor shows at 4:30 and 10:30
p.m.
Wedding Of Jean Jessop
Is Held At League Chapel
Jean Joan Jessop, '41, granddaugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Heb-
bard of Lincoln Ave., Ann Arbor,
was married at 3 p.m. yesterday to
Leslie MacLaury Jones, '40E, of New
York, in the League Chapel. The
couple were attended by Helen Jim-
erson, '41, of Athers, Penn., and Rob-
ert Allen, '41E, of Chicago.
The bride wore a street-length
gown of royal blue velvet with black
accessories and a corsage of Token
roses. The bridesmaid's gown was a
dark red velvet and her corsage of
yellow roses. The couple will reside
in Ann Arbor while attending the
University.
Pledging Is Announced
Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity
announces the pledging recently of
Eldon Jones, '40, of Ottawa, Ontario.
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Newman Club To Meet
The Newmani Club will hold its first
Sunday Breakfast at 9 p.m. tomor-
sow, Catherine Burns, '39, publicity
'hairman, announced.
Helen Zinder, '39, is in charge of

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A campus poll for favorite popular in the main lobby of Angell Hall to-
selections to be played by Frankie day.
Masters and his orchestra at the I The dance will be held from 10 p.m.
Prom is being conducted, William to 2 a.m., and 2:30 p.m. permission
Briggs, '41, chairman of the enter- has been granted women students
tainment committee, announced. The ( attending the dance, Bob Crane, '41,
ballot box for the poll will also be general chairman, said.

'Ilany Dances 1 ill Be Given Tonight

Two Founder's Day luncheons arej
being given today by sororities.
Members of the Theta Gamma
chapter of the Alpha Omicron Pi sor-
ority at Michigan State College and
various alumnae will attend the
Founder's Day luncheon being given
by the local chapter.
Movies taken last summer depict-
ing various scenes at the national
convention of the Delta Delta Delta
sorority at Boston, Mass., will follow
the Founder's Day luncheon and ini-
tiation of Doris Brown, '41 today at
the chapter house. The luncheon will
begin at 12 p.m.
Harold Bruner, '39, Edward Elli-
gen, '39, James F ter, '41 K, Charles
Jordan, '40BAd, Wallace Korzon,
'40BAd, George Sharp, '40BAd, Vance
Wilson, '40, Lincoln Wickmann, '40;
BAd, George Woodford, '39 and Mike
E. Zimmer. '39BAd are being initiated
today by the Delta Sigma Pi fratern-
ity.

White ties and velvet coated ladies
will be much in evidence tonight as
people make their way to the five
houses where pledge formals are be-
ing given. Other groups in less formal
attire will be entertained at the five
infdrmal dances and parties which are
also being given tonight.
Bill Steytler and his orchestra will
play for the dancers at the Alpha
Chi Omega sorority house where a
pledge formal is being given from
9' p~m. to midnight. The spicy smell
of the decorative Christmas greens
will remind the merry makers that
Christmas vacation is not far off. Dr.
and Mrs. William Steere, Mr. and
Mrs. Willis Player and Mr. and Mrs.
Francis M. Wistert are chaperoning.
Many formally attired figures will
be seen making their way to the
Acacia fraternity house where a for-
mal dinner-dance is being given in
honor of the fraternities pledges.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.,
after which Bud Gail's orchestra will
play for the dancers. Chaperoning
will be Prof. and Mrs. Ralph Ham-
mett and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pryce.
Graduate Give Dance
An informal dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight is being given in the
colorful ballroom of the Rackham
building by the Gamma Alpha frater-
nity, a graduate organization. Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Bachmann and Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Slawon have been
asked to chaperon
One hundred twenty-five couples
are expected to attend the informal
party being given by the Hillel Foun-
dation from 9 p.m. to midnight in c

Lane Hall. Dancing and a floor show
consisting of student talent are feat-
ures of the evening. Chaperons and
faculty guests will be Prof. and Mrs.
Leo Sharfman, Prof. and Mrs. Jacob
Sachs, Prof. and Mrs. Reuben Kahn,
Prof. and Mrs. Samuel Goudsmit, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Morgan and Dr.
and Mrs. Edward Blakeman.
An invitation has been extended
to the Sigma Nu fraternity to attend
the Lambda Chi Alpha pledge for-
mal which is being given from 9 p.m.
to midnight today. Al Carter and his
orchestra will play for the fraternity
men and their guests. Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Baker are chaperoning.
Martha Cook Holds Party
The residents of the Martha' Cook
Building are giving an informal dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight. The chap-
erons will be Miss Mary E. Gleason
and Miss Sarah Rowe. A radio dance
is also being given by the Phi Beta
Pi fraternity in the chapter house.
Chaperoning will be Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Belser and Mr. and Mrs.
Duane H. Edson.
The pledges of the Phi Delta Epsi-
fpn fraternity will be honored also
at a formal dance being given in their
honor by the members of the fratern-
ity. Ray Carry and his orchestra will
play for the formally attired dancers.
The chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs.
Everett Olenick and Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Silverman.
Phi Rho Sigma fraternity is giving
an informal radio dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight today. Dr. and Mrs. Ho-

mer Haues and Dr. and Mrs. W. D.
Robinson are chaperoning.
Approximately sixty couples will
attend the Zeta Psi dinner-dance be-
ing given in honor of the fraternity's
pledges. Dinner will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Herb Solomon and his orchestra will
play from 9 p.m. to midnight for the
dacing. The party will be chaperoned
by Mr. and Mrs. David Hinks and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gordon, of De-
troit.

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