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SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1940

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Tea

Dance

Today

Debate Teams
Open Question
Of Attendance
Intramural Series Begins
April 19; Eight Houses
Represented By Teams
"Resolved: that compulsory atteifd-
ance of classes should be abolished w
the University of Michigan" will be
the subject of debate in the women's
intramural debate series which will
begin Friday, April 19.
Debaters have been divided into
teams representing as much as pos-
sible a sorority, dormitory or league
house zone, Jean Maxted, '41 chair-
man of intramural debating has an-
nounced.
Florence Young, '42, and Mildred
Ward, '41, representing Kappa Del-
ta, will debate against Geraldine
Cady, '41, and Katherine Gainey, '41
of Martha Cook. Kappa Delta will
take the affirmative of the question
while Martha Cook will debate the
negative.
Zeta Phi Eta will be represented by
Edith Evans, '41, and Adelaide Car-
ter, '42, debating the affirmative
against Carolyn Holt, '42, and Elvira
Sata, '42, of Helen Newberry.
Cora Hackett, '42, and Harriett
Shoecraft, '41, of Zeta Tau Alpha will
debate the affirmative against Shir-
ley Risburg, '42, and Evelyn Spam-
er, '42, who will represent Mosher.
Jordan's representatives, Patricia
Stelle, '43, and Barbara MacLaugh-
lin, '43, will also take the affirma-
tive of the question against Joan Sie-
gal, '43, of Betsy Barbour.
A second team from Martha Cook,
Ruth Mast, '41, and Mary Blacklock,
'40, will debate in favor of abolition
of compulsory attendance rules in op-
position to Jean Tenofsky, '41, and
Dagnar Auerback, '42, representing
Mosher.
Pearl Brown, '42, of Martha Cook
and Nancy Gould, '42, who will repre-
sent Collegiate Sorosis, have not as
yet been scheduled for a debate.
Stockwell Holds Election
In a recent election at Stockwell
Hall Judith Ann Mertz, '41, was
chosen as the first president of the
new dormitory. Junior women elected
Sarafae Lazarus, '41, to lead their
class and Jeanne Priest, Spec., and
Margaret Brown, '43, were chosen
presidents of the sophomore and
freshman classes, respectively.

Fraternity

To Feature Pirate Dance

- Daily Photo by Bogle.
Avast There! Buccaneer Jack Anderson, '40, slips Bea Snoke, '42,
the BLACK SPOT, otherwise known as an invitation to the Sigma Alpha
Epilon "Buctsancer's Burlesque"! The dance will be held tonight.
Local Girl Tells Of Experience
As Star Of Ann Arbor Movie

By MARY HELEN DAVIS
Mary Anderson, '42, who was re-
cently chosen in a Movie Queen con-
test to play the leading role in the
local movie featuring residents and
industries of Ann Arbor, has just
finished work on the picture and is
retiring for a brief rest cure.
According to Miss Anderson, she
spent one of the most hectic weeks
of her life rushing from place to
place to be photographed for scenes
of the movie. The picture, which is
a project of the Junior Chamber of
Commerce of Ann Arbor, is in tech-
nicolor and so. necessitated heavy
make-up for the leading members
of the cast.
Spring Wardrobe Shown
Although she believes it will be
days before she revives from the
strain and fast pace of the work
in producing the movie, Miss Ander-
son said that she thoroughly en-
joyed wearing the latest spring cos-
tumes which were photographed in
the picture for commercial purposes.
Tau Sigma Delta, honorary ar-
chitectural fraternity, initiated four
new members recently.
The new members are Barbara J.
Bolton, '40A, Robert Lillibridge,
Grad., Florence Rdseller, '41A, and
Anabelle IDredge, '40A.

According to the story of the pic-
ture, Miss Anderson and her fiancee
purchase many household furnish-
ings for their future home. In speak-
ing of her tours about the city, she
said that she "bought" a stove, much
furniture, an ice box and many
other household goods. "I certainly
learned a lot about stoves and things
doing it," she said.
Denies Movie Ambitions
One scene for the movie required
that she wear an evening dress and
wrap furnished by a college shop.
During the course of the picture
she became so fond of the wrap
that she purchased it following pro-
duction. Miss Anderson said she
wished that she might really have
bought some of the things she did
in the movie.
Contrary to popular reports, Miss
Anderson does not wish to be a movie
queen or to follow a career on the
stage. She says that she enjoyed
work on the film and that it was
an interesting experience, but that
she has no desire to plan a future
in Hollywood.
The film featuring Miss Ander-
son, "We're in the Movies." will have
its premiere in true Hollywood fash-
ion Monday night in the Pettingell
Auditorium of the Ann Arbor High
School.

S ring Swing
Will Be Open
To All Students
League To Feature Dance
At 3:30 p.m.; Women
Will Be Admitted Free
"Spring Swing," the PACI tea dance
which will be held from 3:30 to 5:30
pm. today at the League will have
Bill McKay's seven piece orchestra
to furnish the music with Helen
Rhodes, '42, singing the lyrics.
David Falvay, '43M, trombonist
will do several solo numbers during
the dance. The tea dance, which is
jointly sponsored by Panhellenic, As-
sembly, Congress and Interfraternity,
s held for the purpose of acquaint-
ng members cf these four organiza-
tions and of fostering a more uni-
fied spirit in campus affairs.
Hostesses Named
Hostesses for the dance will be
Helen Nutting, '41, Winifred Gasser,
'40A, Mary Major, '42, Suzanne Bar-
low, '41, Jean -Rendinell, '43, Mary
Alice McAndrew, '40SM, Claire Reed-
Hill, '42, Betty Griswold, '41, Betty
Meyer, '40, and Louise Keatley, '42.
Joanna Beem, '41, will distribute cig-
arettes for the dance.
Admission for the PACI tea dance
today will be 25 cents for men, while
women will be admitted free of
charge to the affair.
Co-Chairmen Of Dance
James Huber, '42E, and Barbara
Benedict, '40, are co-chairmen for
the dance, with Richard Mason, '42,
assisting them for Congress. Barbara
Johnson, '40, is in charge of hostesses
from the dormitories, and Betty Stout,
'41, is assisting her.
All students on campus are invited
to attend the dance, which is the
fifth of a series given by the four or-
ganizations this year, Miss Benedict
said. Over 500 people attended the
Washington's Birthday Ball, which
was the last dance given.
Students will be admitted either as
couples or singly.
Panhellenic Passes
Ruling Regarding
SororityDelegates
Ratification of the proposed amend-
ments to the constitution of Pan-
hellenic Association was accomplish-
ed at the meeting of the Association
held Tuesday, it was announced yes-
terday by Barbara Bassett, '40, presi-
dent of the organization.
Under the constitution as it now
stands the Association will consist of
three delegates from each sorority,
the president, the junior rushing of-
ficer and a specially elected delegate.
The delegates will begin their offices
on April 1 of each year.
Appointment of officers of the As-
sociation by the executive council will
take place following petitioning and
interviewing of the candidates. The
offices will be announced at the same
time that League offices are an-
nounced. The officers were formerly
elected.
Polonius Literary Circle, a Polish
organization, and F F Fraternity, a
Chinese group, are no longer active
on the campus, the Office of the
Dean of Students reports.

Houses Add To Pre-Vacation Gaiety
ByHolding Numerous Dances Today
C.y

Dancing for the last time before
vacation has inspired a large number
of houses to plan for today.
Alpha Chi Sigma will hold a dance
which will be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. Alan S. Foust and Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Brier. At the Alpha Delta
Pi house, the dancing will be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Quinn,
and Dr. and Mrs. Charles Waldo.
Tea Dance Is Planned
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold a tea
dance from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mr. and
Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins and Dr. and
Mrs. Isaac Rabinowitz will be the
chaperons. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Par-
ker and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mills have
been requested to chaperon the Al-
pha Gamma Delta party.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Strong and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dubpernell
will be the chaperons at the Alpha
Kappa Lambda social.
Lambda Chi Alpha To Entertain
Dancing at the Lambda Chi Al-
pha house will be chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Berry and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Baker. Lloyd House cha-
perons will be Mrs. Beatrice Giard
and Mr. Charles Clarke. Martha
Cook is having Mrs. Leona Diekema
and Miss SaralRowe as its chaperons.
Phi Kappa Psi will have Mr. and
Mrs. Nathaniel Rogers and Mr. and
Mrs. David Reinle as the chaperons
for its party. 'Dr. and Mrs. Edward
Webb and Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Shippey
are chaperoning the Phi Rho Sigma
Banquet Tickets
On SaleToday
Annual Installation Dinner
Is Open To All Women
There are still a few tickets avail-
able for Installation Banquet, which,
will be held at 6 p.m. Monday in the
League ballroom, and they may be
obtained in Miss McCormick's office
in the League today, Dorothy Ship-
man, '40. announced yesterday.
Tickets will not be sold in dormi-
tories or other residences, however,
and all who wish to attend the ban-
quet must come to the League for
them, Miss Shipman added.
All' women on campus are invited
to attend the annual affair, at which
all the officers for the coming year
will be installed on the League Coun-
cil. Mortar Board and Senior Society
will tap new members at this time,
also, and various annual awards will
be made.

dance. Phi Sigma Sigma's dancing
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Goudsmit and Dr. and Mrs.
Isaac Rabinowitz.
At the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pirate
Party, the chaperons are Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Graham and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Gibson, for the dinner
dance from 6:30 p.m. to midnight.
Rackham will be the scene of the
Tau Epsilon Rho party, which is to
be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Mey-
er Teitelbaum, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bldom.
Alpha Sigma Phi party is having
Dr. and Mrs. F. K. Sparrow and Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Roeglin as the
chaperons. Mr. and Mrs. Olney Bush
and Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins are
chaperoning for Beta Theta Pi.
Chi Omega Plans Dance
Chaperoning the Chi Omega dance
are Mrs. Bertha Herdman and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Steinhilber. Chi Phi's
party is to be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Heald and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald W. Kelsey. Chicago, Adams,
and Winchell Houses are also dancing
today. Their chaperons are Mrs.
Dane Poppleton, Mrs. Catherine Wy-
gant, and Mrs. Helen C. Hunt.
Delta Delta Delta has requested Mr.
Officers Are Elected
Sigma Nu has announced the elec-
tion of new officers. They are: Wil-
liam P. Harrison, '41, president;
Koyne Osborne, '41, vice-president;
Richard Gilliom, '43, secretary; Ed-
ward Boston, '41, treasurer; and
George Cheffy, '42, chaplin.
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and Mrs. George McCallum and Prof.
and Mrs. Axel Marine to act as cha-
perons. At Fletcher Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Kallenbach and Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Bond will do the chaper-
oning honors. Miss Ruth Danielson
and Miss Caroline Schechter will
chaperon the Helen Newberry party.
Tea dancing will be held at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house from
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mrs. Ruth W. Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren
are the chaperons. At the Kappa
Sigma party, the chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Peterson and Mr.
and Mrs. Graham Cookson.
Xi Psi Phi is having Dr. and Mrs.
D. J. Jamison and Dr. and Mrs. H.
0. Goldbeck as the chaperons for its
affair. And the Zeta Psi party will
be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. T. I.
Anketell.
Graduates' Dance
To Be Held Today
All graduate students are invited
to attend the sixth in the series of
graduate school dances to be held
from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. today
in the Reception Room of the Rack-
ham Building.
Chairman of the dance committee,
Louise Toombs, Grad., has annoi c-
ed that, in addition to the dancing
to the radio and records, there will
also be bridge for those- who are
interested. Assisting Miss Toombs in
planning for the dance is Graham
Belcher, Grad.

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the corner the Congregational Stu-
dent Fellowship will celebrate today
from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. at an
April Fool's Party in the assembly
rooms of the Congregational Church.
Traditional April Fool pranks,
dancing, and games in keeping with
the theme will all be in order. Dec-
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'40, decorations chairman, will also
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