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hols' Band Will Play At Frosh Frolic Today In Un

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Hillel Wll Sponsor
ersh ip Dance
To d ayIn Hall
Hillel Foundation will sponsor a
membership mixer from 3 to 5:30 p.m.
today in Lane Hall. The dance will
be a radio dance, and admission will
be by presentation of the Hillel mem-
bershipcard. There will be no admis-
sion to. non-members.
Students are urged to come stag,
as it is a dateless affair. Chaperons-
will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nieset
and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Snyder.
In charge o arrangements for the
dance . is Julius Halpern and co-
chairmen of the reception commit-
tee 4re Doris Goldberg, '43, and Bob
Alpern, '42. The music committee
is} aded by Irv Zeiger, '41.
Head of the hostess committee is
Laura natzenell, '41, and those who
will serve as hostesses are Phyllis
Tommashoff, Sasha Gilden, '43, Mil-
dred Gerson, '42, Rose Friedenberg,
t 3, Dorothy Abramson, '42, Jean
Goldstein, '41, Selma Litin, Beatrice
'ishkoff, '43, Hilda Snyder, '42, and
Muriel Lipson, '43.
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Jordan Hall Gives
Dinner For Fa caty
Recently elected officers of Jordan
ball combined efforts on the latest
traditional faculty dinners when Jor-
;lan freshmen entertained 24 faculty
guests at dinner last night. Loraine
Hudson, social chairman, was in
charge of the affair.
Second semester officers will be:
Patricia Stell, president, Esther Stev-
ens, vice-president, Mary Pfender,
recording secretary, Lucille Wood-
ward, corresponding secretary, Miss
Judson, social chairman, Margaret
Ihling, publicity chairman, Doris
Kimbal, athletics chairman, Charlotte
Morley, librarian, Mary Lueders, kit-
chenette chairman, Harriet Levine,
scholarship chairman, Joy Flight,
chairman of dramatics, Barbara
Baggs, music head, Belva Barnes, art
chairman.
Apha X Delta annpunces the
pledging of Florence Mac Cracken,
'43, Ann Arbor.
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Gay Formals
Will Be Worn
At Annual Ball
General Chairman's Guest
Has Chosen Bright Red
Gown, Silver Slippers
Frosh Frolic, annual freshman
class dance, will be held from' 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. today in the Union
Ballroom, with Red Nichols and his
Pennies furnishing the music.
Heading the guest list for the
dance will be Virginia Moore, '43,
who will attend with James Pierce,
general chairman. Miss Moore will
wear a bright red taffeta bustle-
backed gown, accented by silver slip-
pers.
Guests Named
Richard Schoel, decorations chair-
man, will have as his guest Mary
Jane Woodley, '43. Miss Woodley's
gown of .,peach moire -will have a
jacket embroidered with narrow gold
cording.
Patricia Kunzman, '43, who will
attend the dance with Howard Wal-
lach, co-chairman of publicity, will
wear a flower-print silk taffeta for-
mal, blue sandals and a blue velvet
bow in her hair. The guest of music
chairman Edward Brunenkant, Mary
Eleanor Brown, '43, has chosen a
whitefaille gown with a cascading,
bustle-back skirt. A cameo at the
neckline and puffed sleeves complete
the "gay nineties" effect.
Uo~se Formal chosen
Robert Morrison, program chair-
man, has invited Betty Lowenstein
of Detroit to, be, his. guest for the
dance. Miss Lowenstein will wear a
filmy rose strapless formal with a
bouffant skirt' of deeper. rose. Lois
Arnold, '43, guest of ticket chairman
Jerome Klein, has chosen a peri-
winkle blue moire taffeta gown trim-
med with pink bows.
Olga Gruhzit, patrons chairman,
will attend the dance with James
Barrett, '42. Miss Gruhzit will wear
a light blue net dress which features
a widely flaring skirt, and a halter-
top , bodice. Rosamond Meyer, co-
chairman of publicity, will attend
the dance with Mel Fineberg, '40.
Confueius Say, He Who
Accepts .Wife Gets Fed
Who says men like their maidens
modest? Definite proof to the con-
trary is offered by The Michigan
Wolverine, who are willing to make
Leap Year a paying proposition in
order to encourage Amazonic ten-
dencies in Michigan women students.
The terms are these: To all wo-
men students who will make a bona
fide proposal of marriage to their
t ue loves from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday at "Leap Year's Leap", sec-
ond in a series of Wolverine Sunday
~Night Parties, a reward of one full
week's board for her and her spouse
is offered. The only string to the
offer is that the man must accept
the proposal
Two Parties Scheduled
By Fraternities Tonight
March begins with a radio dance at
the Kappa Delta Rho house from 9
p.m. to 1 a.in. today. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Van Hoek and Mr. R. Clay
Porter will be chaperons.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold an
informal dinner before the Union
Opera at 6:15 p.m. Chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mercado.

State-Wide WAA Convention To Open Toda'

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Three-Day Meet
W ll Bring 22
Delegates Here'

To Be Honored
By Panhellenic
Pledges With High Grades1
To -Represent Sororities
To emphasize scholarship is the
purpose of the third annual Scholar-
ship Luncheon for freshmen women
which Panhellenic Association will
hold at 12:15 p.m. today in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the League.
Freshman pledges with the highest
grades in their respective pledge
classes will be honored at the lunch-
eon. Miss Ethel McCormick will be
the speaker.
Guests at the luncheon will be the
eighteen women who will represent
their sororities as the honor pledgesE
and Rosalie Smith, '42, chairman of
the luncheon; Jeanne Noyes, '42, and
the Panhellenic executive council
which is composed of Barbara Bas-
sett, 140, president; Jean Thompson,
'40, treasurer; Frances Kahrs, '40;
secretary; and Beth O'Roke, '40,
rushing secretary.
Sign-Up Slips Available
Sign-up slips for the forthcoming
badminton tournament have been
posted in Barbour Gymnasium for
both singles and mixed doubles. All
those who wish to participate should
signify by signing one of these slips.
-t \NEL

Discussions, Union Opera
On Weekend Program;
BanquetWill Be ' Given
Women's Athletic Association mem-
bers of nine Michigan colleges will
meet in Ann Arbor today, tomorrow
and Sunday in the first stateswide
convention ever held.
Twenty two delegates will represent
Albion College, Alma College, Jack-
son Junior College, Kalamazoo Col-
lege, Michigan State College, Michi-
gan State Normal College, Wayne
University and Hope College. The
delegates will be accompanied by
advisers representing six of the in-
stitutions.
Arriving between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.
today, the women will register at the
Women's Athletic Building. From 9
a.m. to noon tomorrow, the official
delegates will participate in closed
discussion. Anyone may attend these
meetings, but only the two official
delegates from each school may take
an. active part in the discussion.
A buffet lunch will be served at
12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Women's
Athletic Building. After lunch the
delegates will attend the matinee
performance of "Four Out of Five,"
the Union Opera.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.
at therWomen'sAthletic Building.
The table will be arranged banquet
fashion, and will be decorated in
Michigan's colors. From 8 p.m. to
11 p.m., an open discussion will take
place. Recreation, finance and awards
will be among the topics of common
interest discussed at that time.
Sunday morning, summaries and
a closing discussion will take place.
The chief topic of discussion will be
"Leadership." "It is hoped that the
delegates will go back to their. col-
leges and promote leadership among
the high school students of their com-
munities," said Margery Allison, '40,
general chairman.of the conference.
All out of town delegates will live
in the newly completed Madelon
Louisa Stockwell Hall for the dura-
tion of the- conference.
In addition to Miss Allison, the cen-

Hose' Revolution
Predicted Because
Of New Synthetics
Is silk on the way out of popular
usage? The revolution in the hosiery
business, predicted for a few years,
seems pretty definitely scheduled for
mid-May, when nylon and vinyon
stockings, made by several dozen'
manufacturers, will hit the market
simultaneously.
These two synthetics, combined
with other factors, will probably cut
in half 'the amount of silk used by
jhosiery mnills in this country within
the next three or four years.
One of the other factors is a high-
strength rayon, originally developed
for auto tire cord. Stockings of this
material will be focused on the 79-
cent retail market, a large field re-
cently upset by the increase in raw
silk prices, while nylon and vinyon
will aim at the $1.15 range.
Meanwhile Japan is undertaking
synthetic fibre research with a na-
tionally operated institute. And no
wonder;
tral committee includes Alice Braun-.
lich, '41, in charge of finance; Yvonne
Westrate, '41, head of the program
committee; Anna Jean Williams, '42,
social chairman; Miriam Szold, '40,
hospitality chairman; Mary May Sco-
ville, '40Ed., entertainment chairman;
Norma Kaphan,'41,in charge of pub-
licity, and Betty Gross, '40, in charge
of exhibits.

Tickets On Sale
Now For Annual
Capitalists' Ball
Anson Weeks Will Play
For Dance March 15
In Ballroom Of Union
"Dancin' With Anson" will not be
restricted to future Wall Street mo-
guls, it was announced yesterday by
John Goodell, '4lBad., for Capitalist
Ball, although sponsored by the
School of Business Administration, is
not a closed dance.
Tickets for the annual dance, at
which Anson Weeks and his 16 piece
orchestra will play, are now on sale
at the Union Desk, Wahr's Book Store
and Follett's Book Store..
Goodell also announced that the
Union Tap Room will be reserved ex-
clusively for Capitalist Ball guests
after 9 p.m. Friday, March 15. This
reservation has been made in order
to eliminate congestion during the
intermission.
Any campus organization having
10 or more members attending the
ball, may reserve a table in the tap
room. Printed placards on the tables
will designate which tables have been
reserved for the qualifying groups.
Tickets for this affair will carry
out the commercial nature of the
dance, for they will be in the form
of bond certificates.
Co-chairmen of the dance are

Today Is Set For JGP
Eligibility Card Deadlin
Today is the deadline for havin
eligibility cards signed for JGP, An
nabel Van Winkle, chairman of pa
trons, said yesterday, and all thos
who fail to turn in their cards b
5:30 pm. today will be automaticall
disqualified to work on the play.
Miss Van Winkle will be in tl
Undergraduate Office from 3:30 t
S5:30 p.m.
Charles Davisson, '40BAd., and Mox
gan Gibbs, '41BAd.
Last year over 300 couples attend
ed Capitalist Ball. Frank Dailey
Orchestra provided the music.
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