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October 12, 1939 - Image 5

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THE MICHIAlN DAILY

riday, Nov. 3, Is Selected As Date For Interfraternity

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Annual Dance's
Committeemen
Are Announced
Co - Chairmen Of Affair
Are Tom Adams, '40,
WilliamDavidson, '40
Interfraternity Ball will be held
Friday, Nov. 3, it was announced
yesterday by Tom Adams, '40, and
William Davidson, '40, co-chairmen
of the affair. Other members of the
central committee have also been
announced by Adams and Davidson.
Henry Watson, '41, and John De-
vine, '41, are in charge of tickets for
the ball. Publicity will be handled
by Blaz Lucas, '41, and J. Paul Smith,
'41.
Other Chairmen Announced
Patrons for the dance will be se-
cured by Charles Pecor, '41, A. Paul
Smith, '41,. Robert Reutter, '41, and
Richard Peckinpaugh, '41. Jerry
Grossman, '41, Paul Durfee, '41, and
William Ash, '41, are on the building
committee.
Robert Schneider '41, and William
Lapworth, '41, are programs and fa-
vors chairmen, and Merrill Johnson,
'41; and Burns Huttlinger, '41, are in
charge of decorations.
Location Announced Later
Last year Interfraternity Ball, tra-
ditionally held at the Union and the
League, was given for the first time
In the Intramural Building. The 10-
cation of this year's ball will be an-
nounced later, the co-chairmen have
stated.
Jack Denny and Orrin Tucker
played for last year's affair, and the
central committee was headed by
Robert A. Reid, '39, and Robert Can-
ning, '39. The color-scheme of the
decorations was nile green, silver and
wine red. An egg-shell curtain cov-
ered the side-walls and a pleated
silver metallic valence was draped
:ver the ceiling. At intervals along
the walls were silver and wine red
panels, illuminated with floodlights.
The orchestras played in a V-forma-
tion at one end of the room.
College Education
Is Valuable Asset
To Police-Woman
Who knows-maybe you too will be-
come a policewoman some day! And
if you do, you will always consider
your college career an indispensable
asset if you have used it to the great-
est advantage, Miss Mariana Chock-
ley, Detroit policewoman, told fresh-
men women yesterday.
Miss Chockley, the first speaker in
the orientation lecture series, spoke
yesterday on her work in the Detroit
police department. First outlining
the' organization of the department
she then described the purpose of
various divisions, and finally told her
audience of the invaluable help she
has found her education in the Uni-
versity to be in her present work.
Extra-curricular activities are ex-
tremely worthwhile, Miss Chockley
said, but academic excellence. is
equally desirable, and too often the
struggle to excel in activities causes
a student to neglect his scholastic
standing.

Lounge In Comfort

Faculty Patrons
Are Announced
By Committee
Fraternities, Independent
Groups Reserve Tables
For Fifth Union Formal
Heading the list of patrons for the
'Jnion Formal to be given Friday,
Oct. 20 are Regent and Mrs. F. M.
Cook and President and Mrs. Ruth-
ven.
Dean and Mrs. J. A. Bursley, Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. W. B.'
Rea, Prof. and Mrs. A. W Bromage,
Prof. R. G. Rodkey, Prof. Chester O.3
Wisler, Prof. and Mrs. J. S. Worley,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Kuenzel,
Mr. and Mrs. Don May, Dr. and Mrs
D. W. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawley Tap-.
ding, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Waltz, and'
Miss Bertha Welker complete the
list.
Fraternities which have. reserved;
tables in the Union Ballroom for the
dance are Beta Theta Pi, Delta Tau
Delta, Delta Upsilon, Sigma Alpha 1
Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theta
Delta Chi, and Zeta Beta Tau. Tables1
have also been reserved for Congress
and other independent groups.
Rooming Facilities 1
Will BeExpanded
University residence halls for wo-
men are completely filled for the
first semester, but facilities for 392
more students will be available when
the Madelon Louisa Stockwell Hall
is completed in February, Prof. Karl
Litzenberg, director of residence halls
announced yesterday.
Many applications for rooms have
already been made, but women who
.want to live in the new residence
hall should apply immediately at the,
Office of the Dean of Women.
Dormitories Give First
Faculty Dinners Today
Mosher Hall and Jordan Hall will
hold their first faculty dinner of this
year at 6 p.m. today. Among the
guests will be Prof. and Mrs. Phillip
Bursley, Mrs. Thomas A. Knott, Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur Wood and Prof. and
Mrs. Henry Moser.
Dorothy Tyrell, '43, is supervising
entertainment. Olga Manikoff, '41,
and Rosa Silverman, '40, pianists,
will entertain with an after-dinner
musical program.
Alumnae Are Entertained
Alpha Phi sorority celebrated their
Founder's Day, Tuesday, Oct. 10. The
Detroit Alumnae Club along with the
Ann Arbor Alumnae Club had dinner
at the chapter house here, and after-
wards gave a short entretainment for
the active members.

Over Here

By VICKI

By popular decree-April Fool's
Day moved up to Oct. 11 on the
Michigan campus. Registrar's
office pulls annual joke by releas-
ing "identification" pictures
Sure cure for those early morning
blues was a trip by Room 4, University
Hall, yesterday. Long cues of ex-
pectant students formed before the
windows, each individual primed for
the best laugh of the year as he re-
peated his name and held out his
hand.
They Laugh About It!
No one was disappointed. A faint
rumble could be heard in the hall all
day, and within the room, the ac-
cumulated chuckles added up to little
short of a din.
Identification pictures are a sugar
coated pill-we all have to admit that.
As a passport to football, basketball,
baseball and track events they're little
short of heaven-sent, and when the
time arrives to assert one's opinion on
election day they're a necessary evil.
Does Diplomacy Pay?
But the long and short of it is that
they're funny. It makes it rather dif-
ficult to know how to handle the
situation when your best friend shows
you her card. Question-is it better
to burst out laughing and then cover
up with a quick comment on the fact
that it "doesn't look a bit like you,"
or quietly and convincingly (you
hope) remark that it's as good as they
come.
Just so you'll see what we mean-
there's the case of the Don. Juan who
absent-mindedly forgot to shave his
upper lip and .for the rest of the year
must flash a, card that makes him
look like a. suave edition of Simon
Legree. And the sullen type is no less
flattering. Particularly when the sad
possessor is on the happy side when
it comes to dispositions.
Alpha Kappa Psi Holds
Founders' Day Program
Alpha Kappa Psi, business admin-
istration fraternity, celebrated foun-
ders' day Oct. 5 at the chapter house.
Prof. W. 'A. Paton of the Business
Administration School was the prin-
cipal speaker:
The date marked the 35th anni-
versary of the 'founding of theG fra-
ternity and the 19th year of the open-
ing of the local chapter. The frater-
nity sponsors 1 a series of speakers
which is open to the entire campus.
Pledging Is Announced
Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity an-
nounces the i pledging of Jack Mur-
ray, '40, of Bay City; Darwin Bost-
wick, '43, of Flint, and John Erpeld-
ing, '43, of Chicago, Ill.

This . two-piece slack suit makes
an ideal lounging costume, especi-
ally for those fortunates without
Saturday classes.
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League's Sa
System ALMS.
To Please All
"Stags" at dances have tradition-
ally been a cause for violent dissen-
tion between many an otherwise con-
genial twosome. For obvious reasons,
the average women highly approves
of them while her date finds them a
great inconvenience. Accompanying
the announcement that the League
ballroom =will; be open to stags Friday
nights is acarefully devised system
which was planned to conciliate both
factions.
Each week a different group of
women will act as hostesses to single
men, and cutting will be permitted
only among these women, regular
couples attendingsthe dance as usual.
In this way, a woman may have an
evening of variety in dancing partners
ocacsionally, while she will be free
most evenings to devote all her time
and attention to her date. The stag
admission price will be 65 cents in-
stead of the usual one dollar.
Cellophane hairbows will identify
the 34 women who have chosen to act
as hostesses for the first dance under
the new plan, to be held Friday Ten
women from the League Council are
included on the list.

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