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Made Officers
Of Panhellenic
Present Rushing System
To Be Continued; Other
Committees Appointed
Barbara Fisher, '41, was appointed
treasurer and Betty Kepler, '41, was
appointed rushing secretary of Pan-
hellenic Association at a, meeting of
the organization held at 4:15 p.m.
yesterday at the League.
Miss Fisher has served as president
of Alpha Chi Omega and was elected
to Mortar Board. She was finance
chairman of the 1940 Junior Girls'
Play and has worked on the Theatre
Arts and Social Committees of the
League. She also worked on the Mich-
iganensian staff and has been a
member of Panhellenic for the past
year.
Miss Kepler is a member of Kappa
Kappa Gamma and of Wyvern. She
has worked on Panhellenic this past
year and played one of the leading'
parts in "Hi-Falutin!" She has also
been a member of the Theatre Arts
and the Social committees of the
League.
Continuance of the system of rush-
ing used last fall was also voted at
the meeting. Under this system the
rushing season will be the short 10-
day period and dessert dinners will be
the form of entertainment each eve-
ning until the two formal dinners
held at the end of rushing. A com-
mittee on-rushing rules was appoint-
ed by Anabel VanWinkle, '41, presi-
dent of the Association, to work with
Miss Kepler as chairman.

Nw schemes in adverti .ing were used by the Freshman women in
publicizing their dance to be given Friday at the League. Fraternity
do mascots, bearing signs with the name of the affair were walked
up and down campus yesterday, amid the astonishment of the students.
The women are, reading left to right, Elizabeth Gram, Jane Graham,
and lsarbara DeFries.
Fresinmen And Dogs Cooperate
For Benefit Of Annual Project

By SHIRLEY SILVER
"Heavenly Days!" was the exclam-
ation that greeted the advent of the
latest publicity stunt for the Fresh-
man Project, "Heavenly Daze," as its
proponents walked up and down the
campus paths leading and/or being
led by a group that has yet to form
a union-the dog mascots of various
fraternities.

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Pens - Typewriters - Supplies
"Writers Trade With Rider's"
R SDE StateS
302 South State St.

Chicly clothed in hew white blank-
ets upon which was printed in red
letters "Frosh Project Dance-Heav-
enly Daze," these canine advertisers
proceeded to draw the attention of
the entire campus to the forthcoming
dance, which will be given from 9
p.m. to 1 a.mn., Friday, in the League
Ballroom.
No Luncheon Hour
There was no lunch hour for these
workers, since their duties engaged
them from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., but
with one exception neither were there
any protests, although Eli, an English
bull who is the pride of the Beta
Theta Pi house was not at all reticent
about eating the ice cream cones
offered him. The Acacia dog, a St.
Bernard named Thag may have re-
sented this for he went on several sit-
down strikes, and only with the great-
est persuasion could he be induced
to resume his marching for the cause!
Hand-made blankets, tailored to
order, were none too good for these
doggy laborers, and final fittings were
given them by member of the publicity
committee at the League yesterday
morning.
Fraternities Lend Dogs
Other houses that lent their dogs
to the business of promotion for the
day were Sigma Alpha Epsilon whose
Great Da'ne is entitled Bismarck and
Phi Kappa Sigma whose police dog
answers to the name of Prince. An-
other great Dane called Bud belongs
to Kappa Delta Rho, Major, a St.
Bernard, is the property of the Lamb-
da Chi Alpha house, and Sigma Phi
claims a great Dane named Duke.
Various members of the freshman
class took turns leading the dogs
around campus and along State
Street.
Bill Sawyer To Play
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
play for this first presentation of
the Class of '43, and tickets will be
$1.25. A floor show will be presented
during the course of the evening.

Patrons Listed
To Head Annual
MilitaryDance
Governor, Regents, Others
Will Be Special Guests
At Ball Friday In Union
Governor and Mrs. Luren B. Dic-
1inson head the list of patrons and
guests for the twenty-second annual
"lilitary Ball to be held from 10 p.m.
to 2 a.m. Friday in the Union Ball-
'oom.
Other patrons will be Regent and
Mrs. Junius E. Beal; Regent and
Mrs. Franklin M. Cook; Regent Es-
'her M. Cram; Regent and Mrs.
David H. Crowley; Regent and Mrs.
Charles F. Hemans; Regent and
Mrs. J. Joseph Herbert; Regent and
Mrs. Harry Ripke; Regent and Mrs.
John D. Lynch; Regent and Mrs.
Edmund C. Shields; and Regent and
Mrs. Ralph Stone.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will also be patrons as will
Vice-President and Mrs, Shirley W.
Smith, Vice-President and Mrs.
Clarence S. Yoakum, Vice-President
and Mrs. James D. Bruce, and Pro-
vost and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason.
Patrons' List Continues
The listcontinues with Dean and
Mrs. Henry M. Bates; Dean and
Mrs. W. 1. Bennett; Dean and Mrs.
R. W. Bunting; Colonel and Mrs.
J. A. Bursley; Dean and Mrs. S. T.
Dana; Dean and Mrs. J. B. Edmon-
son; Dean and Mrs. A. C. Fursten-
berg; Dean and Mrs. C. E. Griffin;
and Dean and Mrs. E. H. Kraus.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd; Dean M. E.
Coley; Dean and Mrs. H. C. Sadler;
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Hopkins; Prof.
and Mrs. L. M. Gram; Dr. and Mrs.
W. W. Bishop; and Dr. and Mrs. C.
A. Sink are also on the list.
Other patrons named are Dean
and Mrs. W. R. Humphreys; Dean
arid Mrs. Peter Okkelberg; Dean and
Mrs. C. T. Olmsted; Dean and Mrs.
W. B. Rea; Registrar and Mrs. I. M.
Smith; Dean B. F. Bacher; Dean
Jeannette Perry; Colonel and Mrs.
A. H. Lovell; and Prof. and Mrs. P.
E. Bursley.
Other Patrons Follow
The following are also listed. Colo-
nel and Mrs. F. A. Coller; Colonel
and Mrs. Peter Field; Prof. and Mrs.
J. R. Hayden; Prof. W. H. Hobbs;
Prof. and Mrs. P. E. James: Major
and Mrs. H. A. Kenyon; Colonel and
Mrs. H. W. Miller; Prof. and Mrs.
Rene Talamon; Colonel and Mrs. A.
H. White; Dr. F. E. Robbins; Miss
Ethel A. McCormick; and Dr. and
Mrs. R. G. Adams.
Others listed are Dr. and Mrs.
H. B. Lcwis; D. and Mrs. H. M.
Pollard: Dr. and Mrs. W. E. For-
sythe; Dr. Margaret Bell; Prof, and
Mrs. A. H. Stockard; Dr. George A.
May; Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aig-
ler; Prof. and Mrs. P. A. Leidy; Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur E. R. Boak; Colo-
nel and Mrs. A. E. White; Lieut.
Colonel and Mrs. J. S. Worley; Prof.
and Mrs. Nathan Sinai; Prof. and
Mrs. F, H. Yost; Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Watkins; and Lieut. Colonel and
Mrs. B. D. Edwards.
More Patrons Named
The list of patrons continues with
Lieut. Colonel and Mrs. L. A. Fox;
Major R. N. Kunz; Major and Mrs.
I. A., Crump; Major and Mrs. W. B.
Fariss; Major and Mrs. Harrie D.
W. Riley; Captain and Mrs. B. R.
Wimer; Major and Mrs. John C.
Brier; Major and Mrs. W. E. Lay;
Major and Mrs. F. N. Menefee; Ma-
jor and Mrs. F. A. Mickle; and Ma-
jor and Mrs. Clair Upthegrove.
More patrons listed are Captain
and Mrs. C. B. Gordy; Captain and
Mrs. P. C. Pack; Captain and Mrs.
P. 0. Potts; Captain and Mrs. T. H.
Tapping; Captain and Mrs. S. G.
Waltz; Lieut. -and Mrs. C. M. Davis;

Dr. W. M. Brace; Dr. and Mrs. C. H.
Keene; Dr. and Mrs. N. M. Smith;
Prof. and Mrs. A. S. Aiton; and Prof
and Mrs. B. F. Bailey.
Other patrons named are: Prof.
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