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-, THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sophomore Class

To Give

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EducationGroup
Will Initiate 1i1

Students Win
Three League

Masters'Band
Will Entertain

Phi Epsilon Kappa To Give Dance Tickets A
Banquet Today At Union .m .
Three students received free passes.Late Permission Is Given
Kappa of Phi Epsilon Kappa, na- for any week end dance at the League To Women Students;
tional honorary physical education at the fourth Congress-Assembly tea! Grand March Planned
fraternity, will hold a banquet and dance which was held from 4 p.m. to
formal initiation at 6 p.m. today at 6 p.m. yesterday in the ballroom The annual Soph Prom, being held
the ;Michigan Union. This dinner { of the League. Mary Elizabeth Eas- from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. iri the Union
will be a part of the Central bistrict Iterly, '39, held the lucky number on Ballroom, will be broadcast giver sta-
Convention being held here Dec. 9-11. her name tag; Morris Miller, '41, had tion WJR from 12 to 12:30 a.m.,
Delegates are expected f r o m a social security ticket whose num- Robert Crane, '41, general chairman,
throughout the Midwest from col- ber contained three ones; and James
Aldrick, '42, claimed a pass be- i(announced. Stephen Filipiak, '39,
legiate and alumni chapters. The ause he owned a button with on will act as announcer for the pro-
initiation will be conducted by the two holes. gram, and Crane will extend an lf-
alumni chapter of Detroit with en- A spirit of Christmas cheer an ficial welcome to the broadcast.
tertainment being furnished by the holiday spirit pervaded the dance, a
Kappa chapter. miniature Christmas tree, trimmed being carried out under the direc-
The men who are to be pledged in blue lights and candles carrying tion of Prof. Waldo Abbot, University
are: Frank Ballenger, Grad.; Henry lout the yuletide motif. eiewr of fist ' in te
Lyons, Gorab.;, Jahn Munn, Grad.; SntCasvitdthtednc erie,' winner of first place in the
Lyomn Grad f, ; Joh M, Grad.;Ll i.; Santa Claus visited the tea dance, recent campus poll of songs, will be
Kooman Boycheff, Grad.; Lyle Wil- in the midst of festivities and passed played by Frankie Masters and his
liams, '39; Phil Balyear, '39; Harold candy canes around to students at- estra and wo epy People"
ichols, '40; aul Cameron, '39, Leo tending. Ed Egle, '39, Gerry Wil and "Go Get Out of Town," which
eebe, ..9; Herbert Brogan, '41 and son, '40, and Glen Sanderson, '40, finished in second and third places
Michael Megregian, '41, were three who weren't missed when respectively, will follow.
The local officers arranging plans Santa passed by. Betty Myers, '40, L U. Sophomores To Attend
for the convention and initiation are Ed Christie, '40, Betty Notley, '39, Invitations were extended to mem-
Joseph Cole, '39, president; Larry and Robert May, '39 were others who bers of the Big Ten to send their
Luoto, '40, vice-president; Lilburn gathered around. Gordon Laing, '40, most r ti mn and woman
Ochs, '39, secretary; David Holmes, Roland Rhead, '40, and Howard Eg- mostpprs toattend the Prom o
'39, treasurer and Randolph Webster, ert, '40, also seemed to be enjoying was received yesterday by Bill Briggs,
faculty adviser. Chairman of the themselves at the expense of Santa'41, chairman of the entertainment
committee is J. Edgar Casswell, Grad. Claus, ccmnittee, that representatives from

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Indiana University would be present.
Answers from the other schools are
expected today, Briggs said.
"Gargoyle Goes to the Party" will
be a feature of the evening's en-
tertainment. Pictures taken during
the Grand March will appear in the
next issue of Gargoyle, Crane said.
Guests Are Named
Charlotte Bauchat, '41, will attend
the Prom with Crane, and Tim Hurd,
'39E, will be the guest of Jane Grove,
'41, chairman of patrons committee.
Elizabeth Hegge, '41, will attend with
William Briggs, '41, chairman of the
floor committee.
Elinor Sevison, '41, publicity chair-
man, has invited D. Philip Clark, '39,
and Georgia Sadler, '41, will be the
guest of Robert Morrison, '41E, chair-
man of the finance committee. John
Sobesky, '41E, chairman of decora-
tions, will attend with Mary Kather-
ine Mootz, '41, while Belle Calkins, p
'41, will be the guest of Seagert.

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