THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Will Be Today
Judiciary Council To Pick
Candidates For Senior
Ball And Frosh Frolic
Judiciary Council will hold inter-
views for central committee posi-
tios on >Senior Ball and Frosh Frolic
from 3 to 5 p.m. today in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the Leagge.
Betty Slee, '40, chairman of the
Council, announced that for Senior
Ball six -women will be nominated
from the School of Literature, Sci-
ence and the Arts, and two will final-
ly be elected from that group.
Other colleges in the University,
including the School of Architecture
and Design, the School of Education,
and the School of Music, will have
six candidates each among the wom-
en. Thee latter, however, will com-
pete against the men in the elections.
For Frosh Frolic six women will be]
nominated for two positions by Ju-
diciary Council, and they will all be
members of the School of Literature,
Science and the Arts.
Miss Slee added that today is the
only day that interviewing will be
held since the elections will be held
Wednesday. All students who intend
to vote then must bring their indenti-
fication cards with them, to register.
Any woman who has handed in
her petition is eligible to be inter-
viewed, Miss Slee said. Both dances
will be held second semester.
Pre-vacation activities of sororities
and fraternities have been marked by
pledgings and initiations. This week
will see Christmas parties held for
members at the chapter houses.
Alpha Epsilon Iota
Announcement has been made of
the pledging of Martha Jane Down,
'43M, Pleasant Ridge; Lila Jane
Gairns, '43M, Flint; Margaret Mc-
Mahon, '43M, Toledo; Frances Cos-
tello, '43M, New Haven; Betsy Hon-
hart, '43M, Grosse Pointe; Frances
Sullivan, '42M, Saginaw, by Alpha
Alpha Gamma Delta
Ardis Watson, '41, Jean Ellen Lux-
an, '41, Margaret Saxton, '42, Bar-'
bara Fairbairn, '42, Ellen Jane
Thomssen, '42, Mary Lou Wolter, '42,
Evelyn Orbesen, '42, and Margaret
Harris, '41, have been initiated by
Alpha Gamma Delta.
Alpha'Phi Mothers Club gave their
annual Christmas dinner for the ac-
tive chapter Monday. At this party,
they presented the sorority with a
Christmas present, a linen dining set.
Wednesday will be the Christmas
party for Alpha Phi pledges and
members. There will be a tree, with
presents for each girl. The Geddes
street bus driver, dressed up as Santa
Claus, will give the Christmas pres-
ents, as he has traditionally done.
Phi Alpha Kappa
At the initiation banquet held re-
cently by Phi Alpha Kappa, two cups
were presented to the outstanding
freshman and senior. The senior
charter members trophy was present-
ed to Jay Pylman, '39, and the other
cup, to Julius Mellma, '40BA. Dr.
Henry P. Kooister of Grand Rapids
was the donor of the cups.
The men initiated were Joseph Au-
wers, '43L; Donald Boes, '41BAd;
Edward Daverman, '40E; Earl Ecker-
ing, '41A; Wesley DeYoung, '43D;
Cornelius Doezma, '43E; J o h n
Scheibe, '42M; Andrew Vollink,
'41BAd; Henry Homan, '43D; John
Vanden Hoek, '41E; Peter Hofstra,
'43M; Bernard Meeuwsen, '43M, and
Gerald Bulthiums, '43M.
Phi Kappa Psi
The initiation of Frank Savage, '41;
Ted Kennedy, '41E and Ted McLo-
gan, '42E has been announced by Phi
Coat t Le sl~ubie Life
This fur-trimmed coat is a prac-
tical addition to a "one-coat wom-
an's wardrobe "because it makes an
ideal coat for daytime wear,"~ and is
equally suitable for informal eve-
Will Be Today
Activities Groups, Honor
Societies To Be Guests
Activities groups on campus will
be the special guests at the Union
coffee hour from 4:30 to 6 p.m. to-
day in the small ballroom of the
In inviting students who arc par-
ticipating in extra-curricular activi-
ties, a special invitation has been ex-
tended to honor societies, Wyvern,
Sphinx, Michigauma, Druids, Scroll
Senior Society, Mortar Board, Vul-
cans and Triangles.
Members of the staffs of the pub-2
lications, The Daily, Gargoyle, Michi-
ganensian, Technic, and Perspectives
have also been included in the in-
Other activities groups which have
been invited to attend th hour today
are the League, Panhellenic Associa-
tion Congriess Assembly, Interfra-
ternity Council, Women's Athletic
Association, Senate and Mimes.
This is the fifth ina sthseries of
'41E, co-chairman of the Union so-
cial committee is in charge of the
Women' Cabe To Meet
There will be a meeting of the
bookshelf and stage section of the
Faculty Women's Club at 2:45 p.m.
Duffendackt 2107 Devonshire Rad.
All members of this group are urged
to attend the meeting.
... of Cabbages
You are such a very nice man that I know you already have your Christ-
mas list made out (I have) but just in case, I though perhaps you would
like to know how good all the people in Ann Arbor have been these past
few days. You see, this was the last weekend
they all had here, and so, they held parties of
every kind; formals, bowery balls, cabarets-
all in the spirit of Christmas. Would you like
me to tell you all about them? That's what I
thought, but anyway-just to prove how anx-
ious they are to please you-
First of all, there was Sophomore Cabaret
-Winter Wonderland, it was called and Santa Claus, you should have been
there. Marian Wight and Bert Katzenmeyer, Fran Martin and Bill Wal-
lace, Mary Allen and Kemp Rodgers were, and claim it was very much fun,
Over Sigma Alpha Epsilon way (out on Washtenaw, Santa) were Vir-
ginia Ward and Bob Burckhalter, Charles Heinen and Adelita Ortiz, Jim
Meadows and Elaine Jacobs who were at the pledge formal there.
"They Like 'The Christmnas Spirit._.c
Another pledge formal was given by Kappa Nu, and a very, very gay
one, Mr. Claus. (excuse the formality) Jack Laro and "Billy" Rich were
having a lot of fun, as can be said for Philip Ostrow and Frieda Halpert,
Bill Kramer and Ruth Schulman, Jack Pitlk (jitterbug extraordinaire, they
say) and Betty Schulman.
Friday being a popular day for dances, Beta Theta Pi held its pledge
formal. Carols were very popular, it seems, for Mar Rogers and Pat Me-
Kinnon, Jane Skiles and Harrison Lowery, Patty Hadley and Jack Kalby,
Barbara Wood and Bob Bush were perfecting
"Jingle Bells,"-so you can see, dear Santa,
(you don't mind my calling you Santa, do you?)
that everybody is really getting into the spirit of
things. The formal was way out at Huron
Hills. (You-go over that on your way to De- ,
And now on to Saturday night, which was
just as busy-and how are Dunder and Blitzen? Oh yes, and Mrs. Claus?
Saturday night-now let's see. Here's one I know you would have liked-
"The Jingle Ball" which was held at the Union. Harvey Shulman and
Teddy Field, Jim Halligan and Harriet Sharkey were there, but say, you
were too, weren't you? I am sorry to have missed you. It would have saved
me a lot of trouble, for this yearly report is really a chore. Alex Wilkie and
Ginger Hawkins, Dick Martin and Bobby Schreck along with Jane Wright
and Newt Hager, who were there.
Santa Has A Southern Drawl
And that reminds me. I hear you were over at the Law Club Saturday
night when they gave their Christmas party. You certainly made the
rounds, and I think that was very considerate, seeing how busy you are and
all, but I have a question. Mary McSherry and Bill Glass plus Jane Els-
pass and Dave Laing claim you have adopted a southern accent-now the
question is, are you from the North Pole or the South Pole? Tsk, tsk,,
you'd better watch that, Santa.
Acacia had a party, too. Dutch Poest and Bobby Gnerich, John Mulkey
and Betty Burgess, George Matthews and Lyndon Brode, and Jerry Mc-
Kinley and Gardiner Drape were there, having a
1100 very fine time.
And then there was a costume ball over at Phi
4 4 Sigma Kappa, or, to give it a real title-a bowery ball.
eDick Bell and Cecily Forrest, Russ Elmer and Jane
Hunt, Marian Jane Cowing and Vince Mongel say,
quote, it was super merry, unquote. Marian Phillips
(in a Russian costume) was there with Jack Parsons,
and Jo Kift was with Hal Fry. Bob Slack was the
man on the flying trapeze, at least that's what he
And so that's all-and now I hope you see, Santa, that all the Ann Arbor
people have been celebrating the holiday season with the proper spirit and
have been real good-so remember them kindly.
P.S. I've been good too. (hint, hint).
Modern And Ballet Techniques
Compatible' Declares Kirstein
Church Will Hold
Christmas cheer and the charitable
By FRANGES AARONSON rective study for American audiences. spirit will be combined in the "Mistle-
"Fifteen years from now no one "Dance, a Short History of Theatrical toe Swing" which will be held from
will even remember that there was Dance," is his .best known piece of 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Wednesday
such ting as therosition w 'research. On the presses now, and in auditorium of St. Mary's Chapel.
views of the modern dance and the " to be released is his latet book Decorations will include a large
ballet" commented Mr. Lincoln 'The ABC of Ballet." Christmas tree, mistletoe, wreaths
Kirstein, director of the Ballet Cara-- The program presented here last and other Yuletide symbols. Tables
van which appeared at the Lydia night was composed of three acts, will be set around the floor, cabaret
Mendelssohn Theatre yesterday. "Air and Variations," "Billy the Kid," style.
Although the modern dance is a and "Charade: Or the Debutant." There will be no admission charge,
reaction against the stylized move- ' Trude Ri'ttmann and Pablo Miquel announced Lawrence Anderson, '43E
ments of the ballet, Kirstein believes are the pianists associated 'with the and Maxine D'Anjou,. '42, co-chair-
that the disparity is becoming less troupe. men,
noticeable. "We do many things
that we consider strictly modern in
the original sense of the word," he
declared. An admirer of such "mod-
ens" as Isador Duncan and Charles
Weideman, the director of the Ameri- j }
can ballet troupe is convinced that an
accomplished dancer should be able
to master both techniques.
Influenced By Ballet Russe
Kirstein, a Harvard graduate, first
became interested in the dance "15 H A P NS
years ago under theninfluence of the
Ballet Russe." Although he does
not do any dancing himself, he is
interested in bringing the ballet to
the attention of the American public. ora
"Audiences on this continent are'
becoming much more receptive to
dance performances," he said, "I have
noticed it in the course of the per- I
formances of our own. troupe." Al-
though foreign artists have been com-
ing to America steadily during the
past decade, the fact that culture It's so easy to please her' this Christmas . for gifts
flourishes more during peace than were never more lovely . . . fashions more feminine
during war leads Kirstein to believe selections more exciting than during this pre-holiday sea-
that the migration will increase be-1 son at ElizabethDillon's. Every gift sparkles with new
cause of the present European situa-sp
tion. ness-with smartness-with feminine charm.
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ment for the dancer himself. SHO P
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look over the pictures taken
at the dance this week-end.
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