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'. 17. 193~

TCHI, AiIC~iA .lkA IL Y

Clyde Lucas

Will Play At Engineer's Ball Tonight At Unio

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Lea giw 'T Fealiiry
Leroy Smith Band.
At Weekly Dances
Leroy Smith, colored band-leader,
will present his 14-piece outfit at
the regular weekend dances to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., today, and
from 9 p.m. to midnight, tomorrow,
at the League.
A special feature of the dances
will be ensemble singing by the whole
group, featuring Henry Warren,
drummer, who also specializes in
soft-shoe dancing. .
Smith and the orchestra have Just
finished a 17-week run at the May-
fair Casino in Cleveland. They also
have played with Ethel Waters ini
"Rhapsody in Black," in 1932-33 and'
in "Connie's Hot Chocolates" in 1936.
Other engagements filled by the,
band include the Paradise Roof in
New York City, the LaMarne and the
Atlantic Casino in Atlantic City and
the Club Ciro in London, England.
Dances Will Be Held
Despite 'Away' Game

loekey Games
Begin Saturday
Women Of Lake District
To Meet At Palmer Field
Womenrhockey players represent-
ing the Great Lakes district will hold
their annual tournament tomorrow
and Sunday at Palmer Field.
Teams will be entered from Pitts-
burgh; Beaver Valley, Pa.; Buffalo,
Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Ham-
tramck and Ann Arbor. Several of
the districts are entering more than
one team, so that 10 teams in all
will participate. An annual event,
this is the third time that the tourna-
ment has been played in Ann Arbor.
The individual winners of this
series of contests will make up two
teams which will be known as the
Great Lakes Team and the Great
Lakes Reserves. They will compete
in the National Hockey Tournament
which, will be held at the end of this
month in Cleveland.
The local committee in charge of
tomorrow's tournament is headed by
Marie Hartwig, general chairman.
Miss Hartwig, who is secretary of the

Two dances will be given tonight. Great Lakes Association, will be as-
Alpha Tau Omega is giving a dance sisted by Marjorie Taylor, Grad., in
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The chaperons charge of grounds and materials;
are Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Eberly and Easther Carstens, finance; Jane Eas-
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Stapp. ton, food; Lurene Prouse, hospitality;
Zeta Beta Tau will begin its house Anne Austen, dinner chairman, and
party this weekend with an informal Mabel Rugen, publicity.
radio dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.:
today. Saturday night members of Mixer Is Planned
the fraternity will give a formal din-
ner dance which will begin at 7:30 An all-campus mixer will be held
p.m. from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, in
Chaperons for the weekend will be the auditorium of St. Mary's Chapel,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Gordon, and for the purpose of listening to the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ackerman. Michigan versus Pesnsylvania game,

Gowns, Bri ght
And Metallic,
Will Be Worn
Decorations Will Be Black
And White With Panels
Silhouetted Over Lights
Over 200 couples will dance to
the music of Clyde Lucas' orchestra
at the Engineers' Ball which will be'
given from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., tonight,l
in the Union Ballroom. ,
Bonita Lowden, '42, who will be the
guest of James Brow, '40E, general;
chiarman, will wear a black crepe
dress with a red, gold, and silver'
beaded top. Peggy Clement of Lan-
sing, the guest of Robert Goodyear,
'40E, in charge of decorations, will
be seen in a black taffeta skirt and
white shirred chiffon bodice.
Metallic Cloth Is Chosen
Betty Brundett, '41, will attend
the ball with Hugh Estes, '40E, chair-
man of the patrons committee. She
plans to wear a black, sequin studded
gown cut on simple lines. A dress
of white metallic material was cho-
sen by Charlene Pike, '42, the guest
of Phillip Newman, '40E, assistant
on the patrons committee.
J. Anderson Ashburn, '40E, pro-
grams chairman, has invited Marjorie
Stockbrook, '40, who will be seen in
a dress of torquoise net trimmed with
peach velvet ribbon. Virginia Rad-
cliffe, Detroit, guest of Harry Fisch-
cr, '40E, of the publicity committee
will wear a gown of peach chiffon
cut in flowing lines and shirred at
the waist.
White Net Is Popular
Annabel Van Winkle, '41, who will
attend the dance with Richard Ad-
ams, '40E, chairman of the floor
committee, will appear in a ruffled
white net formal. Barbara Eckert,
'42, guest of Joseph Anton, '40E, on
the decorations committee, will wear
a dress with a full white skirt and
a gold lame top.
Dorothy Brooks, '42, will be ac-
companied by Cruzan Alexander,
'40E, chairman of the ticket com-
mittee. She *has chosen a dubonnet
velvet dress with puffed sleeves and
a full -.skirt. Maizie. Saltman, '41,
guest of Daniel Grudin, '40E, pub-
licity committee chairman, will wear
a panelled rose and wine taffeta
dress.
Betty Crawford, '42, will attend
the dance with Arthur Brandt, '40E,
chairman of the finance committee.
Her choice is a dress'of blue-green
corded silk with a short mess jacket.
Gold accessories will complete her
costume.
Members of the central committee
and their guest will start the evening
at a formaldinner at 7:30 tonight at
the Union. Decorations for the Ball
have been arranged by Robert Good-
year, '40E, and will be entirely of
black and white.

Cabaret it
AreA nnounced

Clee Club To Sing
At Dance In Union

y " "U "9- Members -£of the University Glee
- Club will be special guests at the
Bss cro regular Saturday night dance at the
w__Union this weekend. Several med-
leys will be presented by the Glee
Committee lists for Sophomore 'Club and a special arrangement of
Cabaret, to be held Friday and Satur- h Jonney wil beplay bnBi
day, Dec. 8 and 9, were completed Sawyer and his band.
yesterday by Agnes Crow, general "Turkey Trot" is the title of the
chairman. Oberling, chairan of the Thanksgiving dance to be given Wed-
Eda ncecomiteeng, ouhrmne tht nesday, Nov. 22, by the Union. Sawyer
dance committee announced that and his' band will present an ar-
Doris Allen, Virginia Appleton, Fran- rangement of "Tillie the Tattoed

'Qoiadrangle iopr'Planned Pledging Is Announcee
By Men s Dormitories Patricia Stearrn was initiated
Sunday by Alpha Delta P:.
Quadrangle Hop, an informal dancei
I in by fiuv *,n 'c Anrmii~nrinv z Will

given Dy lve men1S m rU11U'eb l,
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday, in the Allen-Rumsey Wenley
dining room and epmmons.
Hal Carter and his U. of M. ;arches-
tra will play for the dance, which is
being sponsored by Allen-Rumsey

House, Michigan House, Wen
House and Williams House. Chap
oning will be Mrs. Virginia Harrym<
Mrs. Bertha Herdman, Mrs. Lu
Niles, Mrs. Alfred Lee and Mrs. Be
rice Giard, house mother of the d
mitories.

ces Aaronson, June Cleary, Jeanne
Corby, Mildred Da Lee, Irene Fergu-
son, Audrey Flesham, Florence Gates,
Jeanne Goudy, Marjorie Hardy,
Shyrle Imber, Phyllis Lovejoy, Edith
Longyear, Suzanne McClure, Shirley
Present, Mildred Radford, Shirley
Risburg, Alvira Sata, Beatrice Snoke,
Evelyn Spamer and Marjorie Taylor,
are members of her committee.
Booth Commtitee Named
Susan Adams, Joanne Bouchard,
Patricia Carpenter, Catherine Cros-
by, Lena Cowart, Dorothy Couzens,
Nancy Drew, Theodosia Field, Rae
Gustafson, Caroline Holt, Jean Hub-
bard, Margaret Hulbert, Bessie Law-
ton, Nancy Ostergren, Martha Poe,
Jeanne Rakestraw, Jane Rosing, Jo-
an Ritchie, Shirley Saperstein, Mar-
garet Saxton, Rosalie Smith, Hilda
Snyder, La Vona Stromquist, Betty
Zunk and Mary Haferkamp, are
members of the booths and exhibits
committee under Louise Keatley..
Members of the publicity commit-
tee were announced by Dorothy
Brooks. They include Martha Bed-
ford, Pearl Brown, Martha Cummins,
Prudence Coulter, Jeanne Crump,
Eleannr Donahuei Georaiene Eberly.

Lady."
¢V ~eddings
~Nand
6ngagernen ts
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Moran,
Detroit, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Elizabeth to Joseph
Carroll Smith, '37E, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Otis L. Smith, Detroit. Mr.
Smith is affiliated with Chi Phi.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Macrae an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh-
ter Marjorie *to Edwin L. Derby,
'39, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Der-
by of Ishpeming. Mrs. Derby is I
affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma and Mr. Derby with Beta Theta
Pi.
Ballet Tryouts Welcomed'
New members will be welcomed
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DANA RICHARDSON
309 South State Street - At the DIllon Shop

L1i.1 il1C1U, G ~ G1 Cl, into the women's At ne~l c ssoc a-
Linda George, Peggy Marshall, Mary tion's ballet group which meets at
Maynard, Jean Reed, Emilie Root, 4:15 p.m. every Tuesday and Thurs-
Lois Shapiro, Shirley Silver, Suzanne day, at Barbour Gymnasium. Two
Stapelly, Marjorie Taylor, Jane year's ballet experience is. required
Thomasen, Mary-Lou Wolter, Betty for participants. Members of the ,
dance group will participate in the
REGULAR DANCE PLANNED Theatre Arts production, "Cinder-
Regular weekend dance to be ella." A dance pantomine is also
held tonight at League. There contemplated by the club:
will be no stag night this week,
said Beth O'Roke, '40, chairman jBrie Hardy, Harriet' Heames, Betty
of the ballroom committee. }Johnson, Edith Longyear, Margaret
I Meagher, June McKee, Jeanne Noyes,
Zunk, Barbara Richards, June Mc- Dorothy Rudy, Alvira Sata, Lorraine
Kee and Doris Cuthbert. Ichwab, Betty Shipman, Shirley ,Sil-
ver, LaVona Stromquist, Anna Jean
Finance Committee Listed I Williams and Ruth Parsons..
Martha Hobrock named the mem- i m
bers of the fniance committee, Betty' Betty Hine, .chairman of the dec-
Altman, Dorothy Anderson, Jean orations committee, has announced'
Benham, Janice Bushman, Jeanne the members of her committee. They
Crump, Betty Fariss, Florence Gates, include Lois Basse, .Priscilla Behr,
Cora Hackett, Jean Krise, Phyllis fAlice Bentley,:Mart Ann Berg, Mar-
Lovejoy, Patricia Macearland, Irene tha Cummins, Patricia Carpenter,
Magidsohn, Jeanne Noyes, Nancy Mildred Curtis, Mary DeMong, Bar-
Ostergren, Virginia Paterson, Mar- bara Eckert, Betty Fariss, Barbara
jorie Polumbaum, Louise Rudner, I Foote, Elaine Gardner, Kathryn
Margaret Sanford, Alvira Sata, Don- Gladding, Nancy Gould, Mary Hafer-
elda Schaible, Shirley Silver, Lois kamp, Harriet Heames, Janet Hiatt,
Shapiro, Betty Shipman, Elaine Tay-I Betty Johnson, Peggy Marshall, Mary.'
lor, Nancy Urmston, Anna Jean Wil- Maynard, Eloise Munger Patricia O'-
liams and Prudence Coulter. Ferrall, Penelope Patterson, Martha
The chairman'of the song commit- Poe, Dorothy Rudy, Emilie Root, Lor-
tee, Gwendolyn Dunn, announced raine Schwab, Miriam Smith, Su-
that Doris Allen, Betty Altman, June zanne Stapely, Virginia Ward, Max-
Cleary, Nancy Drew, Barbara Foote, ine Williamson, Ann Winters, Mar-
Nancy Gould, Jean Hubbard, Phyllis garet Wiseman and Margaret Wright.
Lovejoy, Grace Miller, Patricia '-I Tickets for Sophomore Cabaret may
Ferrali, Nancy Ostergren, Helen be obtained from all dormitores
j Rhodes, Louise Rudner, Marjorie sororities, fraternities and Civic
Taylor and Linda George, are mem- groups of Ann Arbor.
hers of her committee.
Ticket Committee Announced
Frances Aaronson, Dorothy Abram-
soP riscil 'N la eh, uiel Blusten[. 'SiI . ..rL

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son, Priscilla Behr, Muriel Bluesteni,
Dorothy Bridgen, Joanne Cohen,
Dorothy Couzens, Elaine Fisher, Flor-
ence Gates, Kathryn Gladding, Mar-
jorie Hardy, Mary Haferkamp, Mar-
garet Meagher, Dorothy Morton,
Marjorie Polumbaum, Jeanne Rake-
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Elaine Taylor, Virginia Walcott, Hel-
en Rhodes, Dorothy Entine, Lois Gish,
Irene Magidsohn, Theodosia Field,
Hope Robeson, Barbara Suffrin, Shir-
ley Toubus, Sylvia Forman, Beth
Cowing and Alice Haas, are mem-
bers of the ticket committee under
Rosebud Scott.
Charley Pike, chairman of the cos-
ume committee, announced that Vir-
ginia Aifin, Virginia Appleton, Jane
Baits, Joanne Bouchard, Margaret
Dodge, .Margaret Gabriel, Florence
aates, Janet Hiatt, Ruth Parsons,
La Vona Stromquist, Virginia Ward
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Margot Thom Heads Hostesses
Members of the hostess commit-
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man, Dorothy Anderson, Lois Basse,
Alice Bentley, Jeanne Corboy, Mil-
dred Curtis, Mary DeMong, Betty
Fariss, Theodosia Field, Audrey
Flesham, Margaret Gabriel, Lois Gish,
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