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January 13, 1939 - Image 5

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Undergraduate

Tea For

Women

will

Be

Today

Mary F. Reek,
Head Of Affair
Lists Hostesses
Soloists, Dancer And Trio
Will Entertain Guests;
Committees To Meet
A program of entertainment is be-
ing planned for the first women's:
undergraduate tea to be held from 4
p.rn. to 6 p.m. today in the ballroom
of the League, Mary Frances Reek,
'40, chairman of the tea, announced
yesterday.
In addition to the dancing for
which Charlie Zwick and his orches-
fra will play, three soloists, Ann
Schaeffer, '40SM, Barbara Teall, '39,
and Annabel Van Winkle, '41, will be1
featured. Betty Hoag, '41, will dance,
and trio of Ruth Chatard, '40, Jeane
Clemmons, '40, and Helen Nutting.
'41, will sing.
Attendance To Be Checked
All undergraduate women are 'in-
vited to attend the tea, Miss Reek
sai. Attendance of each sorority and
independent group will be checked,
at the door by members of the social
committee.
The following members of the
League social committee will act as
hostess committee for the tea, Bar-
bara Heath, '39, chairman, said. Vir-
ginia Mulholland, '39, Virginia Mc-
Cabe, '39, Betty Rouse, '40, Jaros Je-
del, '39, Mildred Williams, '41, Flor-
ence Brotherton, '40, Nancy Dall, '39.
Others Are Listed
Helen Goldberg, '40, Sue Stevenson,
'40, Yvonne Westrate, '41, Jane Mow-
ers, '40, Jenny Petersen, '39, Jean
Tenofsky, '41, Peggy Cornelius, '41,
Jane Sapp, '41, Jeanne Judson, '40,
Helen Brady, '40, Edith Lynch, '41
and Jane Grove, '41. x
There will be a meeting of the host-
ess and patroness committees at 3:30
p.m. today in the undergraduate of-
fices of the League. The hostess com-
mittee will be stationed at the en-
trance to the ballroom and at cer-
tain tables on the{dance floor. Wom-
en from the Zones and the Ann. Arbor
Independents will be assigned spe-
cial tables.
Read Daily Classified Ads

Five Dances And Skating Party
Compete With Pending Exams

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League Ballroom Will Be!
Scene Of 'Lucky Dance'
Given ByForestry Club
In spite of exams, which loom
ahead, several fraternities and stu-
dent groups feel brave enough t
make merry this weekend. Therm
will be five dances and a skating
party today.
Kappa Delta Rho fraternity is en -
tertaining from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
day winh an informal radio dance and!
bridge for its members and thei-
guests. Robert Huey, '39, social
chairman, is in charge of the affair.
Prof. and Mrs. Walter E. Lay and
Dr. and Mrs. Franklin Everett are
chaperoning.
Theta Xi To Entertain
Theta Xi fraternity will be host
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today at an
open house radio dance. John R.
Robinson, '40, social chairman, is in
charge of the dance. Chaperons will
be Prof. and Mrs. C. A. Seibert and
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Freeman.
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity will give
a "Collegiate Swing" dance from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today at the chapter
house. Music for the dance will be
furnished by a pianist featuring col-
legiate and fraternity songs. Dr. and
Mrs. S. M. Goldhamer and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Meyer will be the chap-
erons.

Pastels Are,

Popular

Frosh Frolie'
Positions Opein
Petitioning For Freshman
Dance ToBegin Today
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A call for petitions for the eight
committee chairmanships of the
Frosh Frolic was issued yesterday by t
Fred Luebke, '39E, president of Men's
Council. The freshman voting will
be the last of the four class dance?
elections.
The Frosh Frolic central commit-
tee will include three men and twoI
women from the literary college and
three delegates from the engineering
college.,
Applications of would-be literary
candidates should include signatures
of 35 literary freshmen and those of
engineering petitioners 25 signatures;
of freshman engineers. Two-hundred
word statements concerning the stu-
dent's qualifications as well as a
University certificate of eligibility
should be included in each petition.
Men's petitions should be deposited
at the Union student offices and
womens' at the League Undergradu-
ate Offices. The deadline is 8 p.m. f
Tuesday, Luebke said, and interviews
will be held the following day.
Former Member
Of Faculty Tea
Guest Yesterday
Several students and alumni were
present at an informal tea given
yesterday in Room 400 South Wing
by Prof. H. O. Whittemore in honor
of Professor-Emeritus and Mrs.
George C. Cone. Phyllis Beck, Grad.,
poured.
Forsythia and yellow candles were
used as decorations for the table.
Professor Cone retired from the
faculty of the landscape design de-
partment last year to make his home
iri Fayette, O., where he and Mrs.
Cone are developing a formal garden.

2 Prizes To Be Awarded termined in the following manner: 1,
yCnall women attending the dance will
S yt Asemly)VCongress sign their names to a numbered list,
Two passes to Friday and Saturday seven of the numbers having been
dances at the League will be given selected as lucky; 2, men will record
apes at the Leagesill emgiven the names of the women with whom
as prizes at the Congress-Assembly they dance; 3, at 5:30 p.m. the names
tea dance, to be held from 4 p.m. to 6 of the seven women will be read over
p.m. Wednesday in the League Ball- the microphone and the man with
room, Phyllis McGeachy. '40, co- the greatest number of those names
chairman of the dance, announced. on his list wins one of the prizes; 4,
A special invitation has been ex- d the winner will then select a number
tended to residents of Martha Cook, at random, and the woman whose
Alumnae H ouse, Helen Newberry,' name apears opposite this number
Awill win the other prize.
Joirdan hall, and the league houses
of Mrs. C. M. Paul, Mrs. Lucy Aus- Committee Is Named
tin, Mrs. Della Mitchell, Mrs. J. E. Admission will be 25 cents for men,
Maddy, Mrs. Myrtle Gray and Mrs. and there will be no charge for wom-
Anna Carney. Ann Arbor Indepen- en. Charlie Zwick's orchestra will
dents are also invited. - play, and name tags will be provided
Prize Winner Determined at the door.
Winners of the prizes will be de- Miss McGeachy and Roland Rhead,

Tea Iance Will Be HeldWednesday

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To Give Bad Luck Party
Kappa Sigma fraternity is having
a Bard Luck Party from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. today. Guests will portray some
superstition or incident of bad luckx
by means of their wearing apparel.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Grifithf and
Mr. and Mrs. Archie F. Peterson will
chaperone.
The Forestry Club Will entertain
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today with an
informal "Lucky Dance" in the
League Ballroom. The Night Riders'
orchestra will provide the music.
Chaperons are Prof. and Mrs. L. J.
Young and Prof. and Mrs. Shirley W..
Allen.
The Westminster Guild, Presbyter-
ian Young People's Society, is giving1
a skating party from 10:30 p.m. to
12:30 a.m. today at.the Ivory Palace

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Angora sweaters and gored skirts,
all ip pastel shades, are Very color-
ful for campus wear, and cannot
be replaced in the college woman's
wardrobe. Saddle shoes are having
competition, however, as spectator
pumps, in blue, brown or black are
finding favor.
Rink. Members and their guests will
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French, '41, social chairman, is in ported in yesterday's Daily
charge of the party. place at 3 p.m. tomorrow.

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