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January 07, 1939 - Image 5

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s. T CIIGANIAILY

Mary Reek Named

Chairman For

First

Undergraduate

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an Ieity President s Annual Birthday Ball To Take Place Jan

nary 30

Friday, Jan.131
League Social Committee
To Sponsor Tea Dance;
Charlie Zwick To :Play
Mary F. Reek, '40, has been appoint-
ed chairman of the first undergradu-
ate tea of the year to be held from'
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, in
the League ballroom, it was' an-
nounced yesterday by Barbara Heath,
chairman of the League social com-
mittee.
All undergraduate women from
sororities, dormitories and League'
house zones are invited to attend the
tea, Miss Heath said. Admission will
be free. Tables will be provided for
the guests and Charlie Zwick and his
orchestra will play for dancing.
Miss Reek, general chairman of
this first tea which is sponsored by
the social committee of the League,
is president of the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents.f She is also a member of
the executive council of Assembly.
Miss Reek participated in varsity de-
bating in 1937-38, and she served asj
an Orientation advisor last fall. }
Other committee chairmen who will
assist Miss Reek are Mary Allen, '40,
head of the reception committee, and
Merida Hobart, '40, chairman of'
patronesses.
The reception committee, com-
posed of members of the social com-
mittee of the League, will act as
hostesses, meeting the women as they
enter the ballroom. The patronesses,
whose names will be announced later,
will pour at the tea.-
"The purpose of this undergraduate
tea is to give the women of the Uni-
versity a chance to meet together on a
purely social basis. 'Both affiliated
women and independents are urged to
attend," Miss Heath said.

Sawyer; Boyd
Will Furnish
Dance Music

Honored By Ball

Union And Masonic Hall
To Be Scene Of Dances
In Honor Of President,
Reid Peirce, general chairman for
the President's Ball, in this district,
wishes to announce that the annual
President's Birthday Ball. which will
be celebrated all over the country, will
take place at- 9 p.m., Friday, Jan. 30.
This year the ball will be celebrat-
ed in the Union Ballroom and down-
town in the Masonic Ballroom. Bill
Sawyer and his orchestra will fur-
nish the music for the ball held at
the Union. With the orchestra will
be Miss Virginia Lee, as vocalist. Bill
Boyd and his orchestra will play for
the dance in the Masonic Ballroom,
and the vocalist will be Miss Cecelia
Burch.
The President's Ball is readily be-
coming a tradition as one of the
worthiest benefits given during the
year. The proceeds go toward help-
ing the infantile paralysis victims at
Warm Springs, Ga. President Roose-
velt suffered from the same affliction
and was cured at the sanatorium in
Warm Springs, hence his interest in
this project.
Tickets will be priced at $1 per
couple and thisentitles them to at-
tend' either dance or both if they
should care 'to. Tickets will be on'
sale in the near future."
Alumni Statistics Given
From 1845, when the first collegiate
class was graduated, until July 1,
1937, the University has conferred
78,752 degrees upon 68,388 persons,;
it was announced recently.j

Children's Play,
Gains Interest
.From Audience
The last Children's Theeatre pro-
duction of the season, an operetta
adaptation of Anderson's tale, "The
Ugly Duckling," opened at 3:45 p.m.
yesterday in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Richard McKelvey, Grad.,
directed and the general chairman
was Roberta Chissus, '39, chairman
of the League theatre arts commit-
tee.
The 350 who attended succeeded in
providing as much interest for adults
as the play itself according to offi-
cials. In addition to the general col-
orful note they provide, the audience,
in ratio of ten children to one adult,
always adds incidents of its own.
There are the quarts of nickels and
pennies that are presented for tickets;
there are the discussions between
adults and their smaller companions
about whether the tickets shall be
front or rear. (They invariably con-
promise on the front row!) There are
the tickets presented after weeks in
a youngster's pocket, leaving some
doubt about their identity as tickets.
Two other performances will be
given at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. today
in the Mendelssohn Theatre.

i9in s Sparkle On Numerous Fingers
After Many Holiday A nnouncements

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Dahlem
>f Jackson have announced the en-
;agement of their daughter, Virginia
C., '37 to Jan A. Van den Broek, of
Ann Arbor. Miss Dahlem is a mem-
ber of Pi Beta Phi sorority while Mr.
Van den Broek took his undergradu-
ate work in the Netherlands. At
present he is employed in the psy-.
chology laboratories of the Univer-
sity. The wedding will take place
June 25.
The engagement of Mary Louis
Goldsmith, '37 tb James S. Heywood,
'34, has been announced by the form-
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Van
Antwerp Golismith of Jackson. Miss
Goldsmith is a member of Pi Beta
Phi sorority and Heywood is a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater-
nity.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Sawyer of
Hastings-on-Hudson have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Gertrude, '36 to Dr. Roger W. Howell,
'37M of Ann Arbor. Miss Sawyer is
a member of Gamma Phi Beta soror-
ity and Mr. Howell is affiliated witl
Theta Chi fraternity.
The wedding of Louise E. Mars, '38
to Frederick Martin, '38 of Brooklyn
N.Y. has been announced. The cere-
mony took place Oct. 1 at Angola,
Ind. Miss Mars is a member of Kap-
pa Phi sorority and Mr.. Martin was
a member of Michigamua.
The marriage of Margorie M. Kress,

'36, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert do K. Webber. of Saginaw. The mar-
J. Kress of Detroit to John A. Wilson, riage took place Monday, Jan. 2 in
1'37 took place during the holidays. Ecorse.
Miss Kress is a member of Alpha Chi The former Miss Flautz is gradu-
Omega while Mr. Wilson is affiliated ate of the Tochtevinstitut :n Wil-
with Phi Mu Alpha fraternity. helmsdorf and the Frau, n Arbeits
1 fr. and Mrs. Emerson Davis of Schule in Esslingen, both in Ger-
Detroit have made known the wed- many. Mr. Webber is affli:ated with
ding of their daughter Mary Eliza- Alpha Kappa Lambda fraterity.
beth, '34 to John Wedda, Jr., who is Frances Baker To Marry
- the son of Mrs. John Wedda of De- Mr. and Mrs. A. Sidney Baker of
troit. Miss Davis is a member of New Rochelle, N.Y., have announced
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority the engagement of their daughter,
Phyllis Brumm To Marry Frances Evelyn, '39, to Frederick
During the holidays Prof. and Mrs. Gardner Low, '39E, son of Mr. and
John L. Brumm of Ann Arbor an- Mrs. Frederick H. Low of Hamburg,
nounced the engagement of their N.Y. Miss Baker is affiliated with
daughter Phyllis, '37 to Vernon Can- Kappa Delta and Theta Sigma Phi.
non of Chapel Hill, N.C. Miss.Brumm Mr. Low is a member of Delta Upsi-
is a member of Delta Delta Delta so- Ion.

President Roosevelt's annual
birthday ball will be celebrated in
Ann Arbor Jan. 30 at both, the
Union and the Masonic Temple.
The proceeds are to go to Warm
Springs, "Ga., to aid infantile
paralysis victims. The President,
shownabove, once a paralytic him-
self, was cured at the Warm
Springs Sanatorium.

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rority and Mr. Cannon is a graduate
of the University of Virginia.
Miss Betty Lovejoy, '36, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Parish S. Lovejoy of
Ann Arbor was married to Ernest 01-
sin of Chicago during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace J. Breay an-,
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Harriet J., '34 to Rev. P.
Sawyer, '33 of Ann Arbor.
Dorle Flautz Married
Mr. and Mrs. Reinholdt Flautz, of
Ann Arbor, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Dorle, to John K.
Webber, '41, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-I

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B:iscoe of
Trenton, N.J. have made known the
wedding of their daughter Dorothy
Ann, '37 to Robert G. Carney, '35
and '39M, son of Prof. and Mrs. Rob-
ert J. Carney of Ann Arbor. Mr.
Carney is a member of Phi Rho Sig-
ma and Galens society.
The marriage of Alice E. Woodruff,
'37, daughter of Mrs. Oliver C. Du-
Chaine of Ann Arbor to A. Louis 0'-
Conner, '36, of Grosse Ilc has:been
announced. Mr. O'Conner is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Louise O'Conner
of Grosse Ile.,

Ra dio Movie Part And Dances
Oen Festive '39 On CampuS
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Mosher And Jordan Halls
And Phi Sigma Kappa
Have Formal Affairs
Barely a week has passed since the
vacationing horde has returned to its
student habitat and the campus is
again in full swing! Weekending for
the year 1939 began last night with a
number of dances and parties among
which were a hayride and a pledge
formal.
A radio movie party was givenby
the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity1
from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., the movies
being shown by Prof. Dow Baxter,
of the Forestry School. After the
movies, a radio dance was held which
was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel L. Fink of Detroit.
Mosher Jordan Entertains
Mosher and .Jordan Halls. started
the 1939 season with formal supper,
dances. Herm Solomonson's orches-
tra played for the Jordan residents;
and their guests amid the setting of'
blue and silver ballons. Mrs. Gran-

ville Mitchell, Mrs. A. F. Preston, Mrs.
Helen Mot and Miss Rosetta Himm-
ler chaperoned. Chaperons for Mo-
sher dance were Mrs. Frederick G.
Ray, Miss Angelene Maliszewski, Miss
Kathleen Hamm and Miss Maxine
Boone.
Phi Sigma Kappa has the honor of
giving the first pledge formal of the
new year, held last night from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Francis W.
Gravi,.Mr. and Mrs. Alan Meecham
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Creal were
the chaperons.
.Chaperoning the Lambda Chi Al-
pha dance are Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Steere and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Price.
Bridge Winners Named
Tiom'as Slattery, "4, and Myron
L. Goodman, '40, were, announced as
winners of ' Tuesday, night's Union
bridge tournament yesterday. A
similar tournament will be held next
Tueesday. An entrance fee of 10
cents will be charged.

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It's
2 Springtime

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Zwerdling's 35th
Janunary Sale of
Fur Coats
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT BECAUSE:
No- 1: The fashions are carefully selected that will
give you as much pleasure next Winter as this!
No. 2: With better business predicted for 1939 and
'40 there's every probability that fur prices will be
much higher next Fall.
No.. 3: Every coat is backed by Zwerdling's reputation
for Quality, Value, Style! Don't wait . . . come early,
it's the sale for YOU!
Liberal Allowance for Your Old Coat.
Terms to Suit-Insured Storage Free!

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Your
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$2.00 to $] .95
sketched - Blazer stripe spun
rayon, blue, wine, beige.
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