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THE THE M[CffGLAN DAiLY
Pharmacists Will Hold Apothecaries Ball Today t I
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league

Guests' GoWns
To Favor New
Spring Pastels,
Ray Gorrell's Orchestra
Will Play; Lee de Ban
To Be Vocalist Feature

Committeemen To Present

Dance

Marriage Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Davis, of
Ann Arbor, announce the marriage of

Sorority Will Hold
Triple Ceclebration

tneir daughter, Nila May Davis, '42, In a triple celebra ion of Founders
to George T. Keech, '41. son of Mr. Day, Sigma Eta Chi, national wo-
G. T. Keech, of Netcong, N.J. The men's Congregational sorority, will
ceremony took place last Dec. 29, in
Angola, d. Mrs. Keech is a mem- hold an initiation ceremony, a Foun-
ber of Kappa Phi. der's Day banquet and a semi-formal
dance today in the assembly rooms
Hitler is a master of two kinds of of the Congregational Church.
steps . . . the goose and the side. The initiation ceremony, at which

Roberta Howard, '42, and Dorothy
Elaine Johnson, '43 will be made full-
fledgedemembers of the sorority, and
M rs. Leonard Parr, wife of the pas-
tor of the church, will be made
an honorary member, will be held at
6 p.m. Following this at 7 p.m. the
banquet will commemorate the or-
ganization 's national founding in
1926, and establishment on this cam-
pus in 1929.

Sorority Elects Officers
Alpha Omicron Pi announces elec-
tions of officers for 1940-41. Thea-
dora Maypeg, 41', is the new presi-
dent: Jean Gomon. '41. vice-presi-
dent: Elizabeth Garry, '41, recording
secretary; Amny Davidson, '41, treas-
user, and Elizabeth Kowart, '42, rush-
ing chairman.
Columbia University gives a. course
in relaxation.

The University or Illinois
54,666 living graduates.

has

Spring gowns in pastel colors will
be predominant at the Apothecaries
Ball, second annual formal of the
Pharmacy School, to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the League
Ballroom.
William Austin, '40P, general chair-
man of the Ball will attend with Alice
J. Pearlman, '43, who will wear a
blue taffeta gown made with full
skirt and matching jacket.
Jeanne Priest To Attend
Jeanne Priest, Spec., who will be
the guest of David Schlichting, '41P,
chairman of patrons, will wear a
gown of aqua organdy styled with
bouffant skirt, puffed sleeves, and
Satin trim.
Henry Scislowic;, '41P, co-head of
tickets, will have as his guest Helen
Lapitsky, '41. Miss Lapitsky will
wear a blue-striped formal which is
made with an off-the-shoulder neck-
line.
Guest To Wear Cotton
Marjorie Kern, '41P, co-chairman
of tickets, will wear a gown of blue
dotted swiss with full skirt and simple
lines; her guest will be Charles
Barnes, '41P.
Patricia Kunzman, '43, will be the
guest of Leonard Kassman, '42P, co-
chairman of publicity. She will wear
a plaid sheer gown with full skirt,
long sleeves and blouse-like top.-
Gown has Color Contrast
Norman Baker, '40P, publicity co-
chairman, will attend with Marjorie
McCoy, '43Ed, who will wear a gown
with black crepe skirt and white
chiffon top. A wide belt of bright
red woven in gold will accent the
dress.
Deena Bieber, '43A, will be the guest
of Sydney Aronson, '42P, chairmana
of decorations. Miss Bieber will wear
a two-piece cotton dress with flower
printed skirt and white batiste top
styled with a square neckline. She will
wear white accessories.
Duane Parker, '41P, co-chairman
of decorations, will have Elaine Nor-
ris of Baltimore, Md., as his guest.
Alice Pfahler of Chicago, Ill., will
attend with Tilden Batchelder, '42P,
head of entertainment and orches-
tra.
Ray Gorrell To Play
Ray Gorrell and his orchestra who
will play for the dance will feature
Lee de Bain and Charles Ferrell as
vocalists.
"Pharmacy" is the general theme
of the Ball which will include a huge
mortar and pestle and colored lights
in the decorations.
A group of local pharmacists is
sponsoring the dance which will be
open to students of all colleges.
A manuscript of Dante's "Divine
Comedy" dated 1337 is on exhibi-
tion at Brown University.

in relaxation.

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Henry Scislowicz Tilden
Leonard Kassman

Batchelder Sydney Aronson
William Austin
Marjorie Kern

David Schlichting
Duane Parker

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Spring Parties This Weekend
Will Scoff At Wintry Weather

Formal Iimiers,
To Be Fleld, By
And 'Fraternities

D ances
lDorms.
Tl(Iv

It may be winter in Ann Arbor,
but spring formals are the order of
the day.
Alpha Rho Chi begins the festivi-
ties with a dance from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. at which the chaperons will be
Prof. and Mrs. W. V. Marshall and
Mr. and Mrs. George Ross. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Bason, Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. Hammial will chaperon
the dance at the Alpha Sigma Phi
house. Alpha Tau Omega will have
Mr. and Mrs. James Eberly and
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wikel as its cha-
perons for its dance.
Delta Delta Delta will have a din-
ner at 7:30 at the League, followed
by a dance at the chapter house from
10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cummings, Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Clement and Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Cummings, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. DeFries. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. El-
mer Raab will chaperon the radio
dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
Delta Tau Delta house. .
Hermitage will hold a dance from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Secord. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon will give a dinner dance at
which Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham
will be chaperons.
Stockwell Hall's first formal will
take place from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Per-
ry and Mrs. Frederick Ray are a-
mong the chaperons. Tau Beta Pi
will hold a formal at the Barton Hills
Country Club; chaperons will be
Prof. and Mrs. AxelMarion and Prof.
and Mrs. M. B. Stout.
Zeta Beta Tau will begin its house
party weekend with a winter formal
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eng-
lander, Mr. and Mrs. Max Glazer,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ackerman.
West Quadrangle will fall in line
with a spring formal from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Mrs. Joseph Kallenbach, and
Mrs. Phillip Wygant are among the
chaperons.

Enlarged Fraternity Pins
To Decorate Traditional
'Miam iTriad' Formal
Three large, lighted pins, modelled
after the fraternity pins of Sigma
Chi, Beta Theta Pi, and Phi Delta
Theta, will form the main theme of
decorations at the "Miami Triad"
dance which will be held from 9 p.m.r
to 12 p.m. tomorrow in the Union
Ballroom.
The pins will be placed above the
bandstand in the ballroom.
Revived at Michigan for the first
time in 10 years, this year's "Miami
Triad" will be given as the spring
formal of the three original fraterni-
ties at Miami-Sigma Chi, Beta The-
ta Pi, and Phi Delta Theta.
H. L. Mencken has given Dart-
mouth College the manuscripts of
"Happy Days," autobiography of his
youth.
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