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To Give Scholarship Dance May 23 In Union
Chairman, Quest To Attend Dormal
Theta Chi Regional Convention
Begins Today As 'Fourth Corral'
Bill Sawyer's Band Will Play
For Informal Affair To Raise
Funds For Needy Students' Use
Needy students on campus will
be aided by the Scholarship Dance
which thebStudent Senate will spon-
sor from 9 p.m. to 1Va.m. Friday, May
23, in the Union ballroom.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
play for the informal affair. The ad-
mission will be the same as it is for
the regular Union dances.
University To Distribute Money
The money raised by this dance
will be turned over to the regular
University channels which handle
the distribution of scholarships to
students who are in need of financial
The scholarship committee of the
To Be Tonight
Clark McClellan's Rhythm Club
Will Provide Music; 'Alumni'
Of 12 Residence Halls Invited
Clark McClellan and his "Rhythm
Club" will provide the music while
spring provides the theme for the 300
couples who will dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight today at the first Spring
Dormal to be presented in the League
by the residents of the 12 men's
Guest of the general chairman,
Robert Kemp, '42E, will be Helen
Leavitt, '44. Norman Schwartz, '44,
ticket chairman, will be accopanied
by Bea Swimmer, '44, while Norman
Taylor, '42E, patrons chairman, will
have as his guest Nan Church, '42.
Paul Franklin, '43, music chairman,
will attend with Pat Reed, and Bill
Steen, '44, publicity chairman will
have as his guest Polly Ann Gable,
student senate is planning to ask the
cooperation of other campus groups
in sponsoring this affair. Tickets will
be sent to the fraternities, sororities,
and dormitories, and to other groups
First Drive To Be Held
Although this is the first affair of
its kind sponsored by the senate, the
organization plans to make a con-
certed drive next year to raise money
The committee in charge of the
scholarship dance is headed by Ed-
ward Tann, '43, chairman of the sen-
ate scholarship committee. He will be
assisted by John McCune, '41, ex-
president of the senate, in charge of
patrons; Jane Sapp, '41, publicity
chairman; William Todd, '42, tickets,
and William Ellman, '43, house chair-
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ROBERT KEMP and HELEN LEAVITT
Crop And Saddle Entrees Asked
To Sign Up For Events May 5-9
Alpha Lambda Delta, national
freshman honor society, initiated 18
newly elcted members and honored
nine"seniors in the League Chapel,
Dean Alice M. Lloyd, sponsor of the
After the intiation the active chap-
ter, composed of sophomores and ini-
tiates, were guests of Miss Lloyd at
an informal supper at her home. Dur-
ing the evening June Larson, '41,
guest of honor, was presented with
a book of "World Famous Paintings"
edited by Rockwell Kent, in recog-
nition of her record of distinguished
scholarship. Miss Larson has an av-
erage of 3.95 for her entire college
career, and is the graduating mem-
ber with the highest scholastic stand-
All Alpha Lambda Deltas who
graduate with an average of 3.5 or
better for their entire college course
receive certificates of recognition for
their accomplishment. Alpha Lamb-
da Delta has a membership require-
ment of 3.5, and freshmen who main-
tain this average are elected each
year into membership. This year's
president is Lorraine Judson, '43.
The seniors of the group, besides
Miss Larson, who were honored yes-
terday by receiving the certificate of
recognition are Alice R. Ward, Edna
B. Kearney, Jean Emily Fairfax, Ger-
trude Frey, Margaret Jane Van Ess,
Eliabeth Lightner, Barbara Jane
Fisher and Jean Belle Calkins. These
names are listed in order of schol-
arship, the highest being mentioned
first. The average of these scores
range from 3.87 to 3.53.
Club To Give Dance
The Public Health Club will pre-
sent its Spring Formal from 9 p.m.
until midnight tomorrow at the Bar-
ton Hills Country Club. Music for
the affair will be suplied by Earl
Stevens and his orchestra. Tickets
may be obtained from Dr. J. Sund-
wall at his office in Waterman Gym-
Kappa Delta announces the recent
pledging of Melvina Eberle, '44, of
Walled Lake, Michigan.
Phi Delta Epsilon has pledged Her-
bert Levin, '44M.
University men and women inter-
ested in participating in the 17th
annual horse show sponsored by Crop
and Saddle, University women's rid-
ing club, may sign up between 2 p.m.
and 3 p.m. Monday, May 5, through
Friday, May 9, in the League Lobby,
Mary Hayden, '42. president, said.
Boot and Spur, recently organized
University men's riding club, will
also take part in the show which
will take place at 2:30, May 17, at a
local riding academy.
Events Are Announced
Events will include a class for
children underbtwelve,da high school
class for both boys and girls of local
high schools and advanced classes
for University students, Univer-
sity Women's Horsemanship class,
and University Men's Horsemanship
In addition to these open events,
Miss Hayden added, the Boot and
Spur Club under President Ken Troy,
'41, will present an event and will
also work in conjunction with Crop
and Saddle club for the pair class.
Drill Requires Precision
Crop and Saddle members will
take part in the military drill which
will highlight the afternoon's activi-
ties. This drill will demonstrate the
precision and form necessary for
perfect horsemanship, and will dis-
play the results of a year of tedious
An event entitled "musical chairs"
will provide the comedy for the after-
noon. The game will be conducted
much as the popular parlor game
except horses instead of feet will be
First, second and third place rib-
bons will be awarded to winners inj
each class with the first place winner
also receiving a trophy. The winner
in the University Women's Horse-
manship class will be presented with
a membership for next year in Crop
Miss Hayden urges anyone at all
interested in riding to enter the con-
test. You do not need to be a mem-
ber of either Crop and Saddle or
Boot and Spur, she added.-
The entry fee wil be fifty cents
and no admission will be charged
for spectators at the horse show.
Babcock To Lecture
"Courtship and Marriage" will be
the subject of a talk by Monseigneur
Allan Babcock before student nurses
and their friends at 8 p.m. Monday
in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital Aud-
Other guests of committee chair- 4Toda s vents
men include Esteher Stevens, '44,
and Nina Ruth Grable, who will at-W
tend with co-decorations chairmen,
Bill Ludwig, '44, and Jack Brackett,'
Mary McGrath will be the guest of Dan
Chuck Pinney, '44, while Gloria Ni- c
shon, '43, and Margaret Emery, '44SM, Although Michilodeon has snatch-
will attend with Bill Van Geisen, '43, ed away most of the spotlight for
and Bob Ehrler, '42, respectively, this week-end, several radio dances,
Featured with the "Rhythm Club" I parties and formals aren't going to
will be vocalists Shirlie Sherie and let this bother them at all.
Herb Miller, while director McClel- Members of Alpha Kappa Lambda
lan will entertain on his vibraharp. have planned a dinner dance to be
Special selection of the band will held from 7 p.m. to midnight, start-
be "Dark Eyes." ing at they Union and continuing at
All "alumni" of the residence halls the chapter house. Prof. and Mrs.
are invited to attend the dance which W. S. Housel and Prof. and Mrs. F.
is being established this year as an C. O'Dell will chaperon the affair.
annual spring function of the dormi- There will be a spring formal at the
tory groups. 'Alpha Omicron Pi house from 9 p.m.
to midnight which Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Brown and Mrs. Arthur
Sophomore Cabaret Cook will chaperon while Jack Rue
Petitioning Deadline and his orchestra will furnish the
Set For Noon Today Residents of Alumnae House have
a dance on their social calendar to be
Brainstorms. for the Sophomore dchaproned by Mrs. L. A. Wikel and
Cabaret of 1941 must be tamed into Mrs. F. L. Preston. Betsy Barbour
petition form by noon today, the ;residents have also planned a dance
deadline for freshman women in- to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
terested in central conmittee posi- which Mrs. C. Stanley Mitchell,
tions to submit their ideas to the Miss Kay Cox and Miss Esther Col-
Judiciary Committee. ton will chaperon. Tom Snyder's
Positions open ai'e: general chair- orchestra is going to play for danc-
man: booths and"exhibits. costumes. ing.
dance, decorations, finance, hostess- Chi Psi will celebrate its one-
es, music, publicity, and tickets chair- hundredth anniversary this week-
men, and recorder. Ideas for the cen-
tral theme ofrthe Cabaret as well as
specific committee suggestions are
expected on the petitions, Jane Baits,
'42, chairman of the Judiciary Com-
mittee. has announced.
Interviewing of those who have
petitioned will be held from 3n.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League. The Cabaret will be hld
sometime next December.
All sophomore women with cliglbil-
ity cards are urged to petition for one
or more of the 11 positions available.
Theta Chi will hold its fourth re-
gional convention of this district, or
"Fourth Corral," today and tomorrow
in Ann Arbor.
Over 200 delegates and alumni
are expected to attend the conven-
tion. Theta Chi chapters at Michi-
gan State, Pittsburgh, Ohio, Ohio
State, Indiana and Purdue will be
Officially opening the convention
will be a general assembly and lun-
cheon at 11:30 a.m. today. There
will be a banquet at 6:15 p.m. at the
League, at which Dean Joseph Burs-
ley will speak. Earl Rhodes, na-
tional president of Theta Chi, and
James Stevens, regional counsellor,
will also address the gathering.
Colvin Gibson, '41, president of this
chapter of the fraternity for the past
year, is in charge of plans for the
convention, which began yesterday
when the delegates were received at
a dance held at the Theta Chi house.
Last year the third convention of
this district was also held at Michi-
gan, while the two years preceding
Ohio State and Indiana were hosts.
Winding up the "Fourth Corral"
will be a dinner tomorrow for alumni
and delegates, and adjournment un-
Survey To Be Held
Assembly, independent women's
organization, will sponsor a silver
survey from 9:30 a.m. to noon and
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday in the
Council Room of the League.
All junior and seviior women are
invited to come and choose the pat-
terns which they like best among;
those on display. A five-minute;
minimum has been placed on the1
interview and appointments for them
can be made by calling Jean Hub-
bard, '42, president of Assembly. Miss
Hbubard added, in order to relieve
misapprehension held by some stu-
dents on this score, that "You don't
have to be engaged."j
end with a banquet to be held at the
lodge house. Some of the members
have gone to Schenectady, N. Y.,
to attend the National Anniversary
There will be a radio dance at
the Hermitage which Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs.
Brodie will chaperon. j
To Aid Co-op
A chance on a trip for two to
Guatemala in Central America, and
a chance to make a reality the build-
ing of a women's cooperative dorm-
itory are the working team combined
in the Guatemala trip tickets now on
sale in the Alumnae Office of the
League under the auspices of the De-
troit Association of University Mich-
The Guatemala trip will include
rail accomodations to New Orleans
with a stopover there followed by
an eight day steamer trip to Guate-
mala via the Great White Fleet, then
seven days in Guatemala with motor
trips and hotel accomations includ-
ed. In addition the winner .of the
trip may select his own companion
to make the cruise with him, with
all expenses likewise paid.
Proceeds of the ticket sale on the
trip will go into the fund for the
construction ofhthe new dormitory
which is expected to house 20 to 25
women living on a cooperative plan.
Each will work on the average of one
hour a day and earn up to 50 per cent
of her college living expenses.
Name of the proposed house will
be Mary Bartron Henderson Coopera-
tive in memory of the first executive
secretary of the Alumnae Council and
individual responsible for the drive
to collect funds fro the original build-
ing of the Michigan League. The
house will be constructed near Palmer
Field on 'Observatory Street.
Plans for the Guatemala trip in-
clude arrangements such that the
winner may take the cruise any time
during 1941 up to Dec. 1, or may
apply the $500 value of the trip on
any other cruise he would prefer to
Hostesses To Attend
Women who are to act as hostesses
for Michilodeon today are asked to
use the Barbour Gymnasium entrance
where they will be given tickets
which will admit them free.
Mary Pfender, '43, requests those
women who said they would be host-
esses to cooperate by remembering to
attend. She also announced that
students who failed to reply to in-
vitations to be hostesses are welcome
to give their assistance.om
Brodie will chaperon. to give their assistance.
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