THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI
Will Play For Engineers'
Popularity Of League Stag Night
Rivals Library Steps Romance
To Go On Sale
End Of Week
Romance no longer has its start on of a new campus trad
the library steps this year Ao that giirls who, at first, appeare
the girls with the white bows in their to act as hostesses are lit
hair have taken over the League ing in line for the chance
Ballroom on Friday nights. sibly the story about the'
Maybe it's the inherent hunting in- went to the League alcn
stinct of the Michigan male that ished up the evening with
brings so many of them over North invitation to Interfraternil
University way every Friday night in the offer of a fraternity
search of a little white hair-ribbon. from three different men,
Perhaps it is the surprise element thing to do with the sud
that they like. Whatevor it is, the aroused in the"stag danc
hostess idea has gone over with the New students, both men
proverbial bang as fax as both the en, are particularly urgedl
in these affairs, as they
men and the girls are concerned. excellent opportunity to n
What started out as a mere gesture They have the added adv.
on the part of the League tb draw the ordinary mixers in th
stag men to its dances, looks as if it for everyone on campus
is about to develop the proportions every week.
e now. Pos-
ae, but fin-
a date, an
ty Ball, and
to take part
at they are
3-5 P.M. TODAY
AT THE TICKET DESK;
IN THE MICHIGAN UNION
ELLA FITZGERALD AND HER BAND
UnionBallroom 9-1 $3.25 Couple
James Brown, '40E, Is
Head Of Third Formal
Affair Of Fall Season
Engineering Council announced
yesterday that Clyde Lucas's band
has been engaged to play for the an-
nual Engineer's Ball to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Nov. 17, in the
Lucas's band has played extensive-
ly throughout the East and has re-
cently been on the West coast making
movie shorts. The band has' appeared
recently at the Hotel New Yorker
and at the Drake Hotel in Chicago.
Clyde Lucas's brother, Lyn, is both
vocalist and arranger for the orches-
Ticket Sales Friday
James Brown, '40E, general chair-
man of the Ball, has announced that
the ticket sale will begin Friday.
'Representatives of the Engineering
Council and members of the central
committee in charge of the dance will
sell tickets at booths placed in all
buildings of the Engineering College.
Cruzen Alexander, '40E, and Harry
Fisher, '40E, are in charge of the sale.
Patrons of the dance will be an-
nounced at a later date by Hugh
Estes, '40, co-chairman of the patrons
committee with Philip Newman, '40E.
J. Anderson Ashburn, '40E, is in
charge of the programs for the Ball
while the decorations are to be
planned by Robert Goodyear, '40E,
and Claude Wadsworth, '40E.
Finance Group Named
Finance committee for the Ball,
as announced by Brown, consists of
Arthur Brandt, '40E, and Richard
Adams, '40E. The floor committee
members are Richard Adams, '40E
and Edward Guzewicz, '40E. Publi-
city for the dance is under the direc-
tion of Daniel Grudin, '40E.
Engineers' Ball traditionally spon-
sored by the Engineering council
has, for many years, been the second
formal of the school year although
it is to be the third this year with
Interfraternity Ball preceding it.
Last year the Ball was not held
due to complications in procuring an
orchestra for the affair. The tickets
are priced at $2.50 per couple as an-'
nounced by Alexander.
Education Class To Hold i
Mixer Tonight At WAB
Major students in the Men's and
Women's Physical Educations De-
partmehts of the University will be'
given an opportunity to become ac-1
quainted at the annual major school
"get-together" being sponsored by
members of the Education F8 class at1
7:15 p.m. today at the Woman's Ath-
Tickets for the party are still be-
ing sold by members of the F8 class.
They are priced at thirty-five cents
RIDNG CLUB TO MEET
All members of the Crop and
Saddle Club are requested to meet
at 5 p.m. today in front of Barbour
Gymnasium. Yvonne Westrate,
41, manager, announced that the
club will have supper at the stables
after their ride.
Hoods Are In; Rain Out
Late pledgings have been an-
nounced bydseveral houses on cam-
pus this week.
Alpha Gamma Sigma
The three new pledges for Alpha
Gamma Sigma are Joan Kraus, '41A,
Chicago; Helen Campbell, '43, Thom-
aston, Conn.; and Anne MacDonald,
Alpha Omicron Pi
One new pledge added to the Alpha
Omicron Pi list is Mary Morris, '43,
Phi Sigma Delta
Phi Sigma Delta recently pledged
Ted Samuels, '42, Detroit.
One week ago Sigma Chi pledged
Arnold Larsen, '42.
Delta Theta Pi
The initiation of Stanton Dondero,
'41L, Royal Oak, has been announced
by Delta Theta Pi.
Phi Beta Pi
The recent initiation by, Phi Beta
Pi of James Christopherson, '42M;
Douglas Wake, '42M; Robert Brown,
'41M; and Frank Burroughs, '42M
has been announced.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Allen Bott, '42E, was initiated by
Sigma Phi Epsilon about a week ago.
Gamma Phi Beta
Mrs. Stuart K- Fox, the Province
director of Gamma Phi Beta, is spend-
ing the week here with the Beta chap-
League Dance Postponed
Date Night dancing class which
was scheduled for today has been
postponed until Wednesday, Nov. 8,
because of conflicting activities in
the League Ballroom. Ella Stowe,
'40, is chairman of the classes which.
are a weekly activity sponsored by
At Union Pool
Martha Cook In Second
Place In Annual Event;
Record Number Enter
Mosher Hall splashed its way to
victory last night at the annual all-
ampus women's swimming meet.
A record attendance of 130 swim-
ners participated in the contest
which was held at 7:30 p.m. at the
Union pool. Mosher ilall took the
-up with a score of 30, Martha Cook
.ollowed with 17 boints, Delta Gai-
na was third with 11 and Jordan
vas fourth with a score of nine.
Winners in the seven events were:
llice Braunlich, '41, Martha Cook,
?5 yard side stroke; Nancy Bercaw,
43Ed, Jordan, 25 yard free style;
Jean Benham, Spec, Delta Gamma,
>5 yard back stroke; Slly Corcoran,
'41, Betsy Barbour, 25 yard breast
stroke; Evelyn Spamer, '42Ed, Mo-
zher, 50 yard back stroke; Susanna
iollis, '42, Mosher, 50 yard free style,
and Miss Spamer, 50 yard breast
Joan Williams, '43, Alpha Phi, Ruby
Mawrer, '42, Ann Arbor Independents,
and Jean Sollitt, '42, Delta Delta Del-
ta were first, second and third re-
spectively in the diving contest.
Mosher Hall and Martha Cook came
in first and second in the relay, which
was the last event of the evening.
To Hold Dance
Jim Lawler's Orchestra
To Be Feature At Party
The traditional Paul Bunyan For-
mal sponsored by the Forestry Club
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Huron Hills
Country Club, Dave Reid, '40F&C
social chairman, announced yester-
Formal wear for the men at this
event will be high boots, breeches,
wool shirts and jackets. Music will
be furnishd by Jim Lawler and his
seven piece band.
Reid announcede the conmittee for
the dance as follows 'Sterling Brink-
ley, '40F&C, chaperon. chairman;
Arnold Mignery, '40E&C, refresh-
ment chairman; Fred Snell, '40F&C,
ticket chairman; and Jim Halligan,
'40F&C, publicity chairman.
Tickets may be obtained from club
officers and from Miss M. O. Wallace
in the office of the Forestry School.
Busses will carry foresters and their
dates to Huron Hills Country Club
from the East Entrance of the Natur-
al Science Building. All foresters and
their friends are invited to attend
Fraternity Initiates Seven
Theta Xi fraternity announces the
initiation of the following men: Ray-
mond H. Gautier, '42E; John S. Kell-
er, '42E; Phillip Conley, '41; Karl
K. Kreitz, '41E; Donald Kipka, '41;
Robert MacGregor, '41; and Michael
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WAem YAau). leia
AND IA WON'T BE LONG NOW .. . you
will have the pick of winter play clothes
. . . IF you come in new. The unusual,
the different jackets, skating skirts, and
ski pants are here. This year it's smart
to be different and you achieve success
with clever embroidery, fastenings, gay
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