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SAllftbAY, MA OT A 1940


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Party To Honor
22 Sophomore
Women Today
High Scholastic Average
Needed For Invitation
To 'Smarty' Luncheon'
All sophomore women who have
attained a half "A", half "B" scholas-
tic average for the past semester will
be entertained at Mortar Board's
annual "Smarty Party" at 12:30 p.m.
today at the League.
"Hitch Your Wagon To A Star"
is the theme of the party which
twenty-two sophomore women will
attend today. The table decorations
which have been planned by Roberta
Moore, '40, in charge of the party,
will be flower-filled wagons attached
by ribbons to star center pieces.
Prof. John L. Brumm will be the
speaker at the luncheon. Dean Alice
Lloyd and Mrs. Carl Litzenberg, fac-
ulty advisors to Mortar Board, will
attend the party, as will Miss Ethel
Sophomore women who will be
guests of Mortar Board for the
"Smarty Party" are: Joan Geiger,
Janet Cattrell, Margaret Campbell,
Mrs. Helen Ottenfeld, Elaine Gard-
ner, Elaine Taylor, Shirley Stump-
meyer, Rosalie Pielemeier, Virginia
Drury, Virginia Walcott, Margaret
Helen Wiseman, Betty Whitehead
and Margaret Sanford.
Fellowship Is Offered
By Alpha Lambda Delta


Fashions Favor

Trini Suits

Senior Women
To Hold First
Bridge Today
Physical Education Class
To Give Funds For Trip
Of Convention Delegates
Fifteen door prizes have been do-
nated by local merchants to the com-
mittee in charge of the bridge spon-
sored by senior women in the Phyji-
cal Education Department.
The bridge, which will be held at
2:30 p.m. today at the League, is a
class project under the chairmanship
of Mary May Scoville, '40Ed. The
purpose of the affair is to raise
enough money to send class delegates
to the convention which will be held
in Chicago this spring.
There will be door prizes such as
hose, men's handkerchiefs, toilet ar-
ticles, blouses, candy, suspenders,
plants and stationery which will be
given after a drawing. In addition
to these door prizes there 'will be a
table prize for every bridge table.
All of these prizes are now on dis-
play at Barbour Gymnasium.
There will be 100 tables of bridge
set up in the Kalamazoo and Ethel
Hussy rooms of the League. Both
men and women are invited to at-
tend the party. No advance reserva-
tion is necessary, for people can
come directly to the bridge and play
without any prearranged reserva-
tion. However, if ticket reservations
are desired for those who wish a
reserved table, these may be obtained
by calling either Barbour Gymna-
si im or Sally Orr at 5718. Tickets
are priced at 25 cents per person.
This is the first undertaking of its
kind--that is, a project by the senior
women of the Physical Education
Department, and it has been said
that if this plan succeeds, more such
projects will be carried through in
future years.

E ight H ouses
Will Sponsor
Radio Parties
Weekends come and weekends go,
but fraternity dances go on forever!
Opening the list for today is Alpha
Kappa Kappa, with a radio dance.
Dr. and Mrs. N. K. Thomas and Dr.
and Mrs. Willis E. Brown will chap-
eron. At the Alpha Kappa Lambda
party, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heinin-
ger and Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Stubbins are to act as chaperons.
Alpha XI Delta's party will be
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Creal and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Keunzel. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bar-
num and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Griffith
will be the chaperons for the Kappa
Sigma dance.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Baker and Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Berry will be the
chaperons for Lambda Chi Alpha.
The dance at Lloyd House is to be
chaperoned by Mrs. Beatrice Giard
and Mr. Charles Collins.
Chaperoning Mosher Hall's danc-
ing are Mrs. Rosemary Newhaus and
Mrs. Cornelia Matthews. At the Phi
Delta Epsilon party the chaperons
are Dr. and Mrs. Irving Silverman
and Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Altsculer.
Phi Sigma Delta has requested Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Tann and Mr. and
Mrs. David Tann to act as chaperons
for its social. And Mr. C. A. Siebert
and Mr. Wendell Hunt will chaperon
the Theta XI party.
March Birthday Dinner
Held At Stockwell Hall
A special dinner was held Thursday
at Stockwell Hall to celebrate the
birthdays of all dormitory residents
whose births occurred in March.
Decorations were carried out in a
Saint Patrick's Day theme with favors
and table trimtnings in green and

Lawyers' Ball
List Of Guests
Is Announced'
Dance Will Be March 29;
Patrons Named Include
President, Mrs. Ruthven
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
head the list of patrons for Crease
Ball, annual formal dance given by
the Law School. which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, March
29 in the League Ballroom.
Dean and Mrs. Joseph H. Bursley,
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea and
Dean and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason will
also serve as patrons for the dance.
Other patrons for the +dance in-
clude Prof. Hobart R. Coffey; Prof.
and Mrs. John P. Dawson; Prof. Jo-
seph H. Drake; Prof. and Mrs. Edgar
N. Durfee, Prof. Edwin C. Goddard,
Prof. and Mrs. Grover C. Grismore,
and Prof. and Mrs. Laylin K. James.
The list continues with Prof. and
Mrs. Paul G. Kauper; Prof. and
Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, Prof. and Mrs.
Marvin L. Niehuss, Prof. and Mrs.
Burke Shartel, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis
M. Simes, Prof. and Mrs. Russell A.
Smith and Prof. and Mrs. Edson R.
Prof. and Mrs. John E. Tracy, Prof.
and Mrs. John Barker Waite, Prof.
Frederick Woodbridge and Prof. and
Mrs. Hessel E. Ytnema will also be
patrons for the dance.
Miss Inez V. Bozarth, Mrs. Julia
Jamieson, Miss Katherine C. Mur-
ray, Miss Myra Stoerck and Mr. and
Mrs. John Fredericks will also serve
as patrons.
Reading Will Be Given'
Dr. Leonard Parr will give a read-
ing of the one-act play, "The Other
One," at the Congregational Student
Fellowship meeting at 7 p.m. tomor-
row. The play deals with the return
of Christ.

coo perative House
Wil llbd Informal
Independents' Tea
An informal tea for all indepen-
dent women interested in lower living
costs, and other advantages of coop-
erative group living, will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. today at the Alice
Palmer Cooperative House, 1511
Washtenaw Ave., according to Betty
Zunk, '42, chairman of the personnel
Residents of the Cooperative -House
will be hostesses at the tea. All wo-
men interested are invited to attend.
Guests will be shown through the
House and the working plan for co-
operative living will be explained,
Miss Zunk said.
Application blanks will be avail-
able for those who would like to live
in the House next semester. Women
who are unable to attend the tea,
but would like to learn more about
the Cooperative House, should call
2-2218 for further information.
Blanks for application may also be
filled at the Office of the Dean of
Chapter i ouse
New officers and a pledging are
included in the chapter house notes
this week, as many houses' activi-
ties reach their seasonal height.
Alpha Chii OiiIta;
The recent pledging of Janet Hi-
att, '42, of Rochester, New York, has
been announced by Alpha Chi Ome-
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi announces their
new officers. They are Patricia
Main, '41, president; Joan Taylor,
'42, vice-president; Faye Kilburn, '41,
corresponding secretary; Mary Eliz-
abeth Mayfield, '41, recording secre-
tary, and Annette Derrick, '41, trea-

Alpha Lambda Delta is offering its
first fellowship this year. The fellow-
ship is for $500 and all applications
for it must be returned to Dean
Lloyd's office by April 5, 1940.
The fellowship is open to all mem-
bers of Alpha Lambda Delta who
have maintained their high iverage
during their college course, and who
received an A.B. degree not later than
June, 1940. The applicant must be a
candidate for a graduate degree. The
fellowship will be awarded for work
in any recognized college for the
school year 1940-41.


Suits, trim, but in gay colors, are being featured in the spring
fashions this season. A jacket cut on simple lines, with a full, gored
skirt, makes an attractive ensemble for the Easter parade. The jacket
on the suit above buttons over a tailored blouse. The fitted lines give
greater emphasis to the swing of the skirt. A matching turban com-
pletes the costume. These suits come in light flannel, the colors being
navy and pastels. They are particularly appropriate for campus women
as they can he worn for both classes and dates.


will come to your home
If You Call

Two Groups Plan
Party For Today
The Lutheran Student Association
and the Methodist Wesleyan Guild
will combine their groups for a joint
evening of entertainment from 8:30
to midnight today at the Women's
Athletic Building.
Bowling, general games, mixers and
an hour of dancing, as well as re-
freshments are planned to insure the
success of the party.
In charge are general co-chairmen
Virginia Fulford, '41Ed, and Ted M.
Zurhorst, '40E. Chaperons will be
Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, housemother
at Stalker Hall, and Miss Mildred
Sweet, adult counselor at Stalker


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Fraternity Pledges Are Initiated



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The announcement of 27 fraternity,
initiations makes a total of 227 names
recently added to the active rolls.
The men initiated are:
Alpha Rho Chi: John Boone, '43A,
Charles Cowan SpecA, Lawrence Deg-
ener '42A, William. Farrell '43A, Wil-
liam Gomon A, Harold Himes '42A,
George Klein '41A, Nelson Spencer,
'41E, and Donald Walzer '40A.
Alpha Sigma Phi: John Averill '42,
Charles Crandall '43, Robert DeLong
'43, John Erpelding '43, Robert Hoff-
man, '43, Ralph Holzhauer '43E,
Charles O'Dell '43, Thomas O'Con-
nor '43, Louis Toth '41E and John
Murray '40.
Fraternity Adds Eight
Alpha Tau Omega: 1Hugh Ayers
'43, Charles Baird '43, Reed Taug-
hey '43, Thomas Robinson '43, Rufus
Teesdale '43, Arthur Hawley '42,
Richard Gauthier '43 and William
Todd '42. Beta Theta Pi: Will Sapp
'43, Donald West '43, Milton Coul-
son '43, Charles Kennedy '43, Donald
Pearce '43, William Trowbridge '43,
Stewart Moran '41, James Mead '41,
Freeman Alexander '43, Robert Sund-
quist '43, Richard Wirth '43, David
McCalmont '43 and Paul Schick '43.
Chi Phi: David Ovaitt '43E, Philip
North '43, Paul Wallace '41, William
Church '42, Howard Eddy '42, Howard
Clark '42, Homer Swander '43, Wil-
liam Lehman '43 and Donald Shanck
'43. Chi Psi: William Gingrich '41,
Mark Pleune '41, Thomas Poyser '43,
John Zimmerman '43 and Charles
Fiske '43. Delta Sigma Delta: Philip
Sloan '43D, Davis Pray '43D, Ray-
mond Gies '43D, Robert White '43D,
Mark Gilson '43D, Albert Bucholz

'43D, Cyril Collins '43D, Harry Luton
'43D and Thomas Hanson '43D.
More Names Listed
Kappa Sigma: John Aldrich '43,
George Rudolph '41, Harry Altman
'43 and James Hoch '42. Lambda Chi'
Alpha: Jackson Rupert '43E, Thomas
Zeerip '41, George Bosch '43, Ross
Monroe '42E, William MacMallan
'42, Herbert Howard '43 and Joseph
Gwinn '43. Phi Alpha Kappa: Earl
Beckering '41A and Wesley De Young
'43D. Phi Beta Delta: Melvin Cal-
vin '42E and William Rosenberg '41A.
Phi Chi: Frances Anderson '43M,
Gunnard Antell '43M, Max Busard
'43M, John Kutche '43M, John Mc-
Callister '43M, Robert Meckling '43M,
Richard Pomeroy '41M, Thomas Reed
'43M, James Sargent '43M, Arthur
Ulmer '43M and Burgess Vial '43M.
Phi Delta Theta: Edward Aldworth
'43, Robert Begle '43, James Blan-
chard '43, William Coale '43, Parker
Consaul '43, Robert Edison '43, John
Emmett '43, John Fletcher '43, Ray
Gripman '43, George Hildebrandt '43,
Alden Johnson '43, Edward Reichart
'43, Peter Smith '43, Richard Walker
'43, Frank McCabe '42, Emil Lock-
wood '41, Larry Wickter '41, John
Gillis '42, Gerald Cummings '42, Mar-
shall Strenger '41, and Richard Tobin

Ralph Burlow '43, Thomas Felber '43.
Jack Gordon '43, James Klein '43,
Richard Goldsmith .'43 and Joseph
Kopman '43. Phi Gamma Delta:
Frederick Anderson '43, Ben Douglas
'43, Jerome Miller '43, Stuart Miller
'43, Peter Grant '42, James Snodgrass
'43, Robert Norwich '43, Lawrence
Hulbert '43, William Houle '43 and
George Irwin '43. Phi Kappa Sigma:
Ted Reynolds '42, John Stekette '41
and Richard Mansfield '43.
Phi Kappa Tau: Bruce Wark '43,
John Scoville '43, William Portz '43,
John Sullivan '42 and James Peter-
son '42. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: K.
Walter McDowell '43E, Elliot Lewis
'42F, C. Phelps Hines '42A, Robert
Heheman '43E, Robert Roper '43,
Thomas Dalrymple '43 and Arthur
Leckner '42. Sigma Chi: William
Burke '43, John Clifford '42, Hugh
Dalzell '43, Lawrence Fadler '43, Don-
ald Frissell '43, James Kline '43, Rob-
ert Mitchell '42, Buell Morley '43,
Jack Morrow '42, John Petritze '43,
Carl Riggs '43, Philip Sharpe '43,
Robert Stotzer '43, James Tracy '43,
Robert Van Campen '41, William Ir-
win '42 and Jack Ogle '43.
Zeta Psi: Rudy Salvette '42, Dean
Miller '42, William Sollamore '42,
William Comstock '42, Robert Hamil-

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