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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ion's Club

Ball

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Feature Earl Hines' Orchestra Tonig

Benefit Dance
Will Be Held
At Intramnra
Annual Affair's Proceeds
To Be Devoted To Local I
Philanthropic Interests
The Lion's Club of Ann Arbor will
hold an informal dance from 9 p.m.
till midnight today at the Intra-
mural Building, it was announced by I
Von Bush, general chairman.
With the proceeds from this dance
last year, the club purchased over 90
pairs of glasses for children of school
age in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw
County. It also made a $100 down
payment on a Seeing Eye dog from
Morristown, N.J., for an Ann Arbor
resident. The Lion's Club has been
instrumental in hiring a teacher to
instruct the blind of the community
in the reading of Braille and has
established a librarian's 'fund to
transpose both popular and classi-
cal literature into Braille volumes
which are on reserve at the Public
Library.
The club hopes to net several thous-
and dollars this year to further carry
out this work and to initiate new
projects which will be of benefit for
Washtenaw county residents as well,
as those of Ann Arbor.
Earl "Father" Hines and his or-
chestra will furnish the music, and
the tickets for the event are priced
at one dollar per couple. These are
on sale at the Parrot, Wahrs', Ul-
richs' and Saffel & Bush Clothing
Co. Hines' fourteen-piece band
played for J-Hop three years ago
and has just left the Terrace Gar-
den in Chicago on his way to New
York City.
Other members of the committee
in charge are Clayton Hollis in
charge of refreshments, Richard Hol-
lister, tickets and Frederick Ellis, ad-
vertising.
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Stiff Taffeta Popular

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Chapter House Notes

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Weekly teas and a Founders' Day
program hold prominent places in
chapter house news as the semester
gets under way.
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta initiated Viola
Modlin, '42, Barbara Taft, '41, and
Margaret Wilson, '40, in a fall ini-
tiation ceremony which was held
Sunday.
Alpha Chi Omega '
Members of Alpha Chi Omega are
instituting the custom of holding
weekly teas under the chaperonage
of Mrs. J. M. Goodale. Members
will be at home to their guests either
Wednesday or Thursday.
Alpha Chi Sigma
Following Founders' Day Celebra-
tion dinner which will be held Sun-
day, Oct. 15, Harriet Johnson, '40,
Clare Wright, '40, and Jean John-
son, '40, will be initiated into Alpha
Chi Sigma.
Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi alumnae are planning
a Founders' Day dinner for Tuesday.
Active members of the sorority have
been relieved of the responsibility of
planning the program because of the
conflict with rushing.
Alpha Gamma. Sigma
Mrs. C. E. Harris will pour at the
rushing tea which will be held from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the
League

The two-piece afternoon dress
with flared skirt has arrived on
campus. It is a current favorite in1
rustling taffeta for .informal wear.,
'1&eddings
Sand 1"
Engagemen ts
The marriage of Marguerite Rich-
ter, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Theo-
dore J. Richter of Devonshire Rd.,
Grosse Pointe, to Charles McAusland
White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Brownwell White of Barrington, Ill.f
will take place at 8 p.m. today.
Both the bride and bridegroom at-
tended the University. Miss Richter
is affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis
and Mr. White is a member of Psi
Upsilon.
The wedding of Jeanne Judson,
'40Ed, daughyter of Mr. and Mrs. Ev-
erett Judson of 1314 Forest, and Jack
Prentice, '40E, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Prentice of 1356 Wilmot, took
place Aug. 5.
* * * *
The marriage of Elizabeth Kientz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen I.
Kientz of Buffalo, and Robert H. Jud-
son, '38E, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Judson of 1314 Forest, took place
Sept. 9. at Akron, Ohio. The couple
are now living in Akron.
Mrs. Judson attended the Univer-
sity and was affiliated with Delta
Delta Delta. Mr. Judson was a mem-
ber of Alpha Sigma Phi.
*, * * *
The wedding of Leola M. Barnes of
Mt. Clemens, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Warley Barnes of Calumet, and
Daniel J. Mull of Detroit, son of
Mrs. Ira Mull of W. Liberty St. and
the late Mr. Mull, will take place
Oct. 21 in the Michigan League chap-
el.
Miss Barnes is a graduate of Mich-
igan State Normal College and is
affiliated with Theta Lambda Sigma.
Mr. Mull graduated from the Uni-
versity College of Engineering and
is a member of Iota Alpha

All-State Dance
To BeTonight
Sawyer, Mack, Will Play
For Traditional Affair
"The All-State" dance given by
the Union each year will be held from
9 p.m. till 1 a.m. today in the two
ballrooms of the Union, Charles
Heinen, '40, publicity chairman, an-
nounced.
Bill Sawyer is to play in the main
ballroom, and Woody Mack and his
orchestra will furnish dance music
on the third floor. Ann Dahl, regu-
lar singer with Sawyer's band, will
be the vocalist. Irl Brent, '41, is gen-
eral chairman.
The dance is a traditional affair,
and students always gather in the
ballrooms for dancing after the game.
Students from "State" are urged to
realize that the dance this weekend is
for them as well as the students in the'
University.
Radio Dances
I Prove Football
Season Is Here,
With football in the a r again the
list of fraternity and sorority parties
of every description becomes inter-
minable.
Tea dances being the proper mode
of post-game celebration we find
that Acacia, Adelia Cheever House,
I Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Phi, Alpha
Tau Omega, Alpha Xi Delta, Alum-
nae House, Betsy Barbour house,
Delta Upsilon, Helen Newberry Resi-
dence, Kappa Alpha Theta, Mosher
and Jordan Halls, Pi Beta Phi, Pi
Lambda Phi, Phi Beta Pi, Phi Sigma
Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Zeta
Tau. Alpha are having cider andi
doughnuts after the game.
Alpha Kappa Kappa's radio dance
will be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs.
N. J. Thomas and Dr. and Mrs. Peter
Crabtree, while Mr. and Mrs. William
Champion and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Heininger will act in the same capac-
ity at Alpha Kappa Lambda.
Alpha Lambdda is holding a re-
ception under the chaperonage of'
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lee. The Alpha
Sigma Phi dance will be chaperoned
by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Miller, of Tole-
do, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
Cloud. Kappa Delta Rho is giving
a radio bridge with Prof. and Mrs.
F. L. Everett and Mr. and Mrs.
Lester V. Colwell.
Prof. and Mrs. S. A. Goudsmit and
I Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Kessel will chap-
eron the Kappa Nu radio dance, and
Kappa Sigma's guests will be Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Griffith and Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Cloyes. Dr. and Mrs.
Martin Batts will chaperon the Al-
pha Kappa informal dance.
A buffet supper dance will be
held at Phi Delta Theta tonight
under the chaperonage of Prof. and
Mrs. J. H. Cannon, Prof. and Mrs.
J. C. Brier, and Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Killins. Jack Rue's orchestra will
play. Phi Kappa Psi is also giving
a buffet supper dance with Bill
Gail's orchestra playing. Chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Stapp and
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Wise.
Rochdale Cooperative House is
giving a steak roast and dance to-
night. Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Pickerill
and Prof. and Mrs. C. E. Burkland
I will chaperon.

(Continued from Page 1)
Boston; Elaine Gordon, '43, Gary;
Janet Lewin, '43, Pittsburgh; Elaine
Borth, '43, Rochester, N.Y.; Joan
Sack, '41, Cedarhurst; Adele Neiman,
'43, Detroit; Dorothy Davidson, '43,
Detroit; and Rosamond Meyer, '43,
Detroit.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Mary Ellen
Alt, '43, Detroit; Patricia Burton, '43,
Plymouth; Nancy Gray, '43, Cleve-
land; Leona Henderson, '42, Niles;
Jane Hunt, '43, Detroit; Jane Mark,
'43, South Bend; Evelyn Orbeson, '43,
Gary; Virginia Outland, '43, Aber-
deen, Md.; Jane Thomssen, '42, De-
troit; Mary Lou Walters, '42, Log-
ansport, Ind.; Ardis Watson, '41,
Grandville, Mich.; Jame Woodward,
'43, Flatrock; Jean Coffett, '43, Jack-
son; Pauline Shear, '43, Wolcott, N.
Y.; Hazel Muller, '43, Ann Arbor;
Maralyn MacRitchie, '43, Cleveland,
O.; Mary Crawford, '43, Lakewood,
O.; and Jean Luxan, '41, St. Peters-
burg, Fla.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Mary Black
43, Mansfield, 0.; Elizabeth Camp-
bell, '43, Detroit; Mildred Christa,
'43, Detroit; Ethel Mary Mathis, '42,
Chicago; Mary Louise Wagner, '43,
Dearborn; Dorothy Windland, '43,
Astoria. O.; and Margaret David-
son, '43, Hancock, N.Y.
Alpha Phi: Betsy Orr, '43, Saginaw;
Kathleen Smith, '43, Jackson; Ro-
berta Trosper, '43, Ann Arbor; Bar-
bara Wood, '42, Herkimer, N.Y.; Ann
Faden, '43; Charlotte Noble, '43, Ann
Arbor; Mary Spaeth, '42, Jackson;
Jaqueline Glair, '42, Chicago; Janet
Unruh, '41, Detroit; Olga Gruhzit,
'43, Grosse Pointe; Joan Williams,
'43, Pleasant Ridge; and Ann Fran-
ces Ward, '43, South Orange, N.J.
Alpha Xi Delta: Margaret Ramsey,
'41, Philadelphia; Charlotte Thomp-
son, '43, Painted Post, N.Y.; Judy
Gold, '42, Ann Arbor; Ada Batche-
lor, '43, Rocky River, O.; Barbara S:
Johnson, '43, Wyandotte; and Betty
Evans, '42, Ann Arbor.
Chi Omega: Josephine Alexander,
'43, Ann Arbor; Margary Allison, '41,
Madison, N.J.; Mary Bloom, '43,
Louisville, Ky.; Eleanor Hanaan, '41,
Detroit; Ephemia Haymans, '43, Bir-
*mingham; Mary Hayl, '43, Tyrone,
Pa.; Gwendolyn Lawhead, '41, De-
troit; Bernice McArdell, '43, Utica,
N.Y.; Geraldine McKinley, '43, Pe-
tosky; Jane Stone, '41, Andover, N.H.;
Margery Storkan, '43, Battle Creek;
Margery Ruth 8:rong, '43, Detroit;
Margery Taylor, '43, Grosse Pointe;
Sally Walsh, '43, Ann Arbor; Mary
Jane Woodley, '43, Detroit; Barbara
Woodward, '43, Bright Wates, N.Y.
Collegiate Sorosis: Rosemary Ald-
rich, '43, Ann Arbor; Margaret Ed-
wrds, Grad., Grosse Pointe; Mary
Dick Holcomb, '41, Saginaw; Nancy
Jean Knappen, '43, Kalamazoo; Bar-
bara Stuber, '43, Port Huron; Elea-
nor Verden, '43, Kalamazoo; Caro-
line Vroman, '43, Toledo; Nancy Wor-
rell, '43, Detroit; and Joan Reutter,
'43, Grosse Pointe
Delta Delta. Delta: Ruth Ann
Bohnsack, '43, Park Ridge, Ill.; Joan
Clement, '43, Ann Arbor; Dorothy
Cummings, '43, Ann Arbor; Mary
Lou Curran, '43, Mountain Lake,
N.J.; Barbara DeFries, '42, Ann Ar-

232 Sorority Pledges Are Announced

-HUTZ EL'S
Liberty at Main

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is oMichigan
of gala days of football victories, of all tradition of which we
have become a part! 'Tis our tradition to offer the finest College
and Fraternity Jewelry to magnify your memory of "M" days.
Compacts, rings, cigarette cases, charms for a bracelet . .
all with the seal or crest you desire .
"The Remembrance Well Worth Having."

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