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Martin

Will

Replace

Berigan For

Assembly Ba

adio Dances To Be Prominent
Among Today's Social Activities

Ten Parties Provide Newt
1940 Record; Variety
Themes ArePopular
A new record for 1940 will be set
tonight when 10 campus fraterni-
ties, sororities, and organizations will
hold' dances.
Alpha Kappa Lambda will give a
radio dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
today, at which Mr. and Mrs. John
Hogan, and Prof. and Mrs. Robert
Bartels will be chaperons. Alpha
Kappa Psi will follow suit with a radio
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight and
their chaperons will be Prof. and
Mrs. Richard Radcliff and Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Barden.
Hard-Times Is Theme
Congress cooperative-house will de-
viate from the usual type of festivity
with a sweater dance from 8:30 p.m.
to midnight. The party will be based
on a hard times theme, and Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Eggertsen and Dr. and,
Mrs. Charles Staubach will be chaper-
ons.
pelta.Sigma Pi and Hermitage will
hold radio dances from 9 p.m. to mid-
night,at their respective chapter
houses. Chaperons for Delta Sigma
Pi will be Mr. and Mrs. Don Rohn,
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landon. For
Hermitage Mr. and Mrs. William

Stubbens and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Jackson will be the chaperons.
Kappa Nu will have an informalS
radio dance from 9 p.m. to midnight.
tonight at which the chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kessel
and Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Sacks. The
Lawyer's Club will give an informal
dance, for which Bill Gail and his
band will play, from 9 p.m. to mid-
night in the club. Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Heffernan and Mr. and Mrs. James
Wheeler will be chaperons.
To Answer Questions
The famed "Information Please"
program will serve as the inspiration
for the theme of the Phi Beta Delta
party and dance to be held from 9
p.m. to midnight today. There will
be a panel of intelligentsia who will
answer the questions. Chaperons will
be Prof. and Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clemens.
Xi Psi is giving the only fqrmal
dance of the evening. They will hold
their winter formal from 9 p.m. to
midnight and the Commander's or-a
chestra from Dearborn will play.
Chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. H. 0.
Goldbeck, Dr. and Mrs. George MooreI
and Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Jameson.
Zeta Tau Alpha will keep the radio
dance idea from 9 p.m. to midnight at
their chapter house. Chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luthe and
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rice

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Senior Society
Carnation Sale
Remains Open
Independent Identification
Carsd Needed To Otain
Admissions For Dance
Freddie Martin and his orchestra
will replace Bunny Berigan's band
which was formerly scheduled to
play for the Assembly Ball to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday in the
League ballroom. Due to illness, Beri-
gan was forced to break the engage-
ment.
Martin, who is noted for his soft.
sweet type of music, is publicized
as being one of the foremost saxo-
phonists in the country. He got his
start in the music world by selling,
rather than playing, the saxophone.
His career as a salesman ended, how-
ever, when he sold Guy Lombardo an
instrument and when Lombardo of-
fered to teach him to play.1
First Appearance Here
Although he has never played at
Michigan, Martin has recently ap-
peared at the Palmer House in Chi-
cago; Cocoanut Grove, Los Angeles;
the Waldorf Astoria, the St. Regis
and the Ritz Hotels in New York.
He appeared for the record-breaking
time of three years in the Aragon
ballroom in Chicago and has also
had several sponsored radio pro-
grams.
Tickets for the dance may be ob-
tained from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
and all next week in the Main Lobby
of the League. They will be sold
only to those holding independent
identification cards, Susanne Hollis,
'41, ticket chairman, announced yes-
terday.
Carnations To Be Sold
Carnations, both red and white,
may be purchased for the men who
will. attend the, dance. These,tradi-
tionally, will be sold by Senior So-
ciety, independent women's honor
society.
Theyflowers, Maxine Baribeau, '40,
chairman of the sale, announced,
may be purchased either with the
tickets or just before the dance. If
they are bought beforehand, coupons
will be given which will be redeem-
able for carnations on the night of
the dance.
Leap Year, its Scotch origin and
its modern interpretation, will be the
theme of the dance. This will be
Carried out in the decorations and
on the programs.
Bowling Entry Date
Limit IsMonday
Monday is the deadline for signing
up teams in the annual women's bowl-
ing team tournament.
Sign-up slips have been placed at
the Bowling alleys in the Women's
Athletic Building and in Barbour
Gymnasium. Teams competing in this
tourney are to have three members,
but any number of teams may be
entered by each sorority, dormitory
or league house.
The individual bowling tournament
'40, bowling manager, has requested
is still in progress. Marion Weiss,
that all persons participating in the
individual tournament play off their
rounds as soon as possible.

Fur Trim Is Smart

educational institutions met at the
Women's Athletic Building last night
in the initial meeting of the first all-
state Women's Athletic Association

;

Conference.
Last night's meeting was purely
social. After being registered, the
delegates were shown to their qtiar-
ters in Stockwell Hall. Returning
to the Women's Athleic Building, the
24 delegates bowled, played bridge
aid in general got acquainted with
each other.
Discussions Open
Today marks the opening of the
closed and open discussion sessions.
From 9 a.m. to noon today, there
will be a closed discussion. Anyone
may attend this meeting, but only
the two official delegates from each
school may take an active part in the
discussion. At this meeting the gen-
eral problems faced by every chapter
of the Association will be discussed.
A buffet-style lunch will be served
at 12:30 p.m. today at the Women's
Athletic Building, after which the
delegates will attend the afternoon
performance of "Four Out of Five."
Dinner To Be Served
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.
at the Women's Athletic Building.
From 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. the delegates
RESIDENTS ofI

finance and awards.
Margery Allison, '41, is general
chairman in charge of the conference.
Assisting her are Yvonne Westrate,
'41, in charge of the program; Anna
Jean Williams, '42, social chairman;
Miriam Szold, '40, hospitality chair-
man; Norma Kaphan, '41, registration
chairman; Mary May Scoville '4OEd.,
in charge of entertainment; Betty
Gross, '40, chairman of exhibits, and'
Alice Braunlich, '41, in charge of
finance..
Schools which are represented by
delegates at the conference are: Al-
bion College. Alma College, Jackson
Junior College, Kalamazoo College,
Hilsdale Cohege, Michigan State Col-
lege, Michigan State Normal College,
Wayne University and Hope College.

All-State Athletic Conference
Discussions WillBetgin Today
Delegates representing 10 Michiganwill discuss such topics as recreation,

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Pan hellenic's Honors
Banquet To Be Today
The annual luncheon given by Pan-
hellenic Council for tho'se freshman
women with the highest grades in
their respective sororities will be held
at 12:15 p.m. today in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the League, instead
of yesterday, as statedin yester-
day's Daily.
Miss Ethel McCormick will be the
speaker, and . Rosalie Smith, '42, is
in, charge of the luncheon. Miss Smith
is being assisted by members of the
executive Council of Panhellenic As-
sociation, including Jeanne Noyes,
'42, Barbara Bassett, '40, president,
Jean Thompson, '40, treasurer, Fran-
ces Kahrs, '40, secretary, and Beth
O'Roke, '40, rushing secretary.
Ping Pong Tournament
To Be Played March 18
The all-campus women's ping .pong
tournament will be played off March
18, it was announced today by Lou.
Carpenter, '41, ping pong manager.
All preliminary games are to be
played off by the indivdual sorority
houses, dormitories and league house
zones. The winners and runners-up
in the preliminary games will play
in the semi-finals and finals.
Women livingin all Independent
Zones except Zone IV are urged to
sign up for the tournament by sign-
ing the slip on the bulletin board in
Barbour Gymnasium.

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Ha rper's Bazaar
Calls For E ditors
Of College Issue
Harper's Bazaar has announced the
opening of its annual contest to
choose the student editors of its Col-
lege Bazaar to appear late next sum-
mer. This contest is designed to select
women who have a fashion flair and
who have ability and originality in
writing to serve on the editorill
board for the college issue.
Entrants in the contest will be sent
a series of projects which must be
returned to the editors by June. Wo-
men interested in photography, sket-
ching and handling- editorial matter
will all be given a chance to test their
ability in this contest. There will be
an editor chosen from each of the
country's outstanding institutions to
put out the College Bazaar.

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