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1941

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Today In Union Ballroom

List Of Guests
And Patrons
IS Announced
Lorry Douglas' Band Will Play;
Winners Of Cartoon Contest
To Be Announced At Dance
With pencils in hand and doodle-
bugs in head, the committee in
charge of the Doodle Dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in
the Union Ballroom have come forth
dispersing valuable information con-
cerning who's to go with whom.
Bill Harrison, '41, general chair-
man, will have as his guest Janet
Hiatt, '42, while Kay Homer, D-
troit, will be the guest of John Rust,
'43A, chairman of the Art Show.
Guest List Continues
Phelps Hines, '42A, tickets chair-
man, has invited Alvira Sata, '42;
Charles Shaw, '41A, publicity chair-
man, will attend with Mrs. Shaw;
Anton EnIres, '41A, chairman of the
Cartoon Contest, with Jeanne Mc-
Donald, Birmingham, Mich.; Jean
Ranahan, '43A, programs chairman,
with Albert Little, '43A, and Deena
Bieber, '43A, decorations chairman,
with Howard Gildred, of Bogota, Co-
lombia.
Mazie Saltman, '41A, secretary,
will attend with Nick Sakellar, '41A
and Sue Holtzmnan, patrons chair-
man, has invited Sanders Goodstein,
'42L, to attend the dance.
Sketches To Adorn Walls
Walls of the Union Ballroom will
be dressed in portraits, paintings,
carieatures, and sketches chosen
froni among contributions of archi-
tectural school students.
Winners of the Cartoon Contest
will be announced during the dance,
and" winners will receive prizes of
$5, $3, and $1 for the doodles judged
the cream of the campus crop.
Larry Douglas and his orchestra
will. furnish the music for the affair
which is informal and open to the
entire campus.
Chaperons for the dance will be
Dean and Mrs. Wells I. Bennett and
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hammett.
Patrons Are Announced
As patrons and patronesses will
be Prof, and Mrs. Donald Gooch,
Prof. and Mrs. George Brigham,
Prof. and Mrs. Roger Bailey, Prof.
and Mrs. George McConkey, Prof.
and Mrs. Jean Hebrard and Prof.
and Mrs. Harlow o. Whittemore.
The list continues with Prof. and
Mrs. Walter V. Marshall, Prof. and
Mrs. Alexander M. Valerio, Prof. and
Mrs. Frederick O'Dell, Prof. Walter
Gores and Prof. Catherine B. Heller.
May Still Buy Tickets
Other patrons and patronesses are
Mr. and Mrs. Myron B. Chapin, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest H. Barnes, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas S. Tanner, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Matthews, Mr. and
Mrs. George Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Weddige, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney G.
Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic H.
Aldrick, Mr. Jean Paul Slusser and
Mr. Grover Cole.
Tickets may still be obtained by
calling at the desk in the Union or
at the desk in the lobby of the Archi-
tectural Building.
Wedding Announced
The marriage of Miss Laura Os-
good, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Osgood of An Arbor, to
Harold D. McCoy, son of Mrs. Rob-
ert.B. McCoy and the late Maj.-Gen.
McCoy, of Sparta, Wis., took place
May 10, in Washington, D.C.

Miss Osgood, graduate of the Law
School, was chairman of the Judi-
ciary Council and a member of Mor-
tar Board and Wyvern while in
school.

Committee Inspects Contributions

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Miami Triad,
Annual Dance,
To B Today,
Tommy Marvin's Orchestra
To Be Featured At Fraternities'
Founding Celebration in League
To the strains of Tommy Marvin's
music, members of Beta Theta, Pi,
Phi Delta Theta, and Sigma Chi with
their guests will celebrate the found-
ing of the three fraternities, at the
Miami Triad to be held from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the League
Ballroom.m
The walls of the ballroom will be
hung with huge shields upon which
are the coats of arms of each fratern-
ity and during the evening each house
will sing its fraternity song. Sigma
Chi plans to sing their "Sweetheart
Song," Beta Theta Pi will sing "The
Loving Cup," and Phi Delta Theta
members will present "Phi Delta
Theta, We Love You."
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the dance consists
)f William H. Downer, '42E, who will
have as his date, Carol Tomlinson
of Bay City, James Duthie, Jr., '41E,
who will be accompanied by Mar-
garet Cobb, '41, and John Swain, '43E,
who will have as his guest Betty
Markward, '44.
Miami Triad, although an annual
affair on this campus at one time,
was discontinued for a period of al-
most ten years, and was revived only
last year to become again a yearly
celebration of the founding of the
three fraternities at Miami Univer-
sity, in Oxford, Ohio.
Sing Patrons
Announced

League Plans
Merit System
Reorganization
Point Method To Be Abolished;
New Ruling Will Include
All Campus Activities
League points are no more! A
new merit system based on personal-
ity cards and participation in any
and, all activities is in the process of
organization.
The activities of every woman, sep-
arated into groups under Panhellenic
and Assembly heads, are being gath-
ered for filing. Hdinor societies,
League activities, work on publica-
tions, church activities, participa-
tion in athletics, club work, and mem-
bership in language groups will all
be listed in the files,'including every-I
thing each woman has done in these
activities since the date of her 'en-
rollment in the University.
New Rating Blanks Used
The method of, rating for individual
League activtiies will not be by the
former general personality blank,
which the merit system committee
considered unsatisfactory for any spe-
cific activity, according to Marjorie
Polumbaum, '42. Instead separate
rating blanks will be made out for
each type of work, so that the decor-
ations committee on a class project
will not have to answer for the same
qualifications as the ushers.
To Give Honorable Mention
Honorable mention of residence
groups and zones will be made at
honors banquets by figuring percent-
age of participation instead of the
number of pointsaccumulated.
A similar system of mention de-
cided on a percentage basis will give
recognition to individuals in the new
method of rating activities.
Westminster Student

Mortar Board Elects
Frey, Drury To Hold
Prominent Positions
At the first meeting of the new ini-
tiates Virginia M. Frey, '42E, was
elected president of Mortar board
for 1941-42.
Virginia Drury, '42, will be vice-
president for the coming year; Fran-
ces Aaronson, '42, secretary; Phyllis
Lovejoy, '42, treasurer; and Mildred
Curtis, '42, historian.
The new officers took over their
duties after the recent initiation cere-
monies which were held April 30.
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Theatre Arts, JGP
Interviewing Closes
Theatre Arts and JGP interviewing
will close at 5 p.m. today following
the final opportunity. Announcement
of appointments will be made early
next week.
Women who have petitioned and
not yet applied for an interview
shouldtcome prepared to elaborate
on ideas for the position for which
they feel qualified. Eligibility cards
are required.
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After a lull, the fraternities andI
Sororities about town are blossomingI
3ut this weekend with a full social
zalendar of dances and house parties.
Alpha Chi Omega will have a din-
ner dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at
the Barton Hills Country Club. Mr.
and Mrs. James W. Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Zander, and Mrs. E. W.
Goodale will act as chaperons.
Alpha Sigma Phi's spring formal
will be held from 9:30 p.m. to 1
a.m. in the chapter house with Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Basom and Prof. and
Mrs. F. K. Sparrow as chaperons.
Chicago House puts its entry into
the festivity field in the form of a
barn dance to be held from 8 p.m.
to 12:30 p.m. at the Saline Valley
farms. Mrs. Harold Vaughn and
Mrs. Theron S. Langford have been
invited to chaperon.
Chi Psi's spring formal will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
Chi Psi Lodge. Chaperoning will
be Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Armitage
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Collins.
Members of Delta Tau Delta will
entertain with a dinner dance from
7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dinner will be served
at the chapter house, with dancing
following at the Washtenaw Country
Club. Mr. andn Mrs. John K. Wor-
ley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles R.
Burgess have been invited to chaper-
on.
Kappa Nu will present its spring
formal from 9' p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
Farm Cupboard. Chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kessel and Mr. and
Mrs. S. Kohlenberg.
The Lambda Chi Alpha dinner
dance will be held 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
with dinner atthe Allenel Hotel and
dancing at the chapter house later.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartman and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Arnold will
chaperon.
Phi Epsilon Pi members will en-
tertain their guests both today and

tomorrow with a house party at the
chapter house. Dr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Helper and;Dr. and Mrs. H. J.
Bloom will chaperon the entire
affair.
Phi Sigma Sigma will hold its din-
ner dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at
the Union and at the chapter house.
Invited to attend as chaperons are
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ross, Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Mitchell, and Mrs. L. M.
Davies.
Members of Psi Upsilon will en-
tertain their guests at their spring
formal from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
chapter house. Mr. and Mrs. Fin-
ley Riggs and Mrs. Granville Mit-
chell have been invited to chaperon.
Tau Kappa Epsilon will hold its
spring dinner dance from 7 p.m. to
1 a.m. at the chapter house. Prof.
and Mrs. C. H. Stocking and Mr.
and Mrs. James O. Brown will cha-
peron.
Theta Phi Alpha will hold its
spring formal from 10 p.m. to 1
a.m. at the Huron Hills Country
Club. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kenney
and Mrs. Nan Riggs have been in-
vited to chaperon the dance.
Theta Xi will have its spring din-
ner dance from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at
the chapter house. Chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Watson and
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dember.
The Trigon house party will be
held today and tomorrow at the
chapter house. Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Dibble, and Mr. and Mrs. E.
D. Pickering will chaperon the af-
fair.
Zeta Beta Tau will hold its spring
house party today, tomorrow and
Sunday at the chapter house, with
dances both today and tomorrow.
Today's dance will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. and tomorrow's from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perrin and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Ackerman.

Patrons for the traditional Lantern ui Id I 0Hld 5Pring
Night Sing, to be held Monday at Dinner Party Today
Palmer Field, have been announced
by Donelda Schaible, '42, general The annual spring formal dinner
chairman. party of the Westminster Student
Guild will be held at 7 p.m. today in
Regent Esther and Mr. L. V. Cram, the social hall of the First Presby-
Pres. and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, terian Church.
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Joseph Burs- Honor guests for the evening have
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, been announced by Grant Whipple,
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Crisler '42, general chairman, as Prof. and
head the list of patrons. Also included Mrs. M. W. Senstius, Prof. and Mrs.
are Prof. and Mrs. Ralph Aiger, Dr. O. S. Duffendack, Dr. and Mrs. W.
Margaret Bell, Mrs. Beryl Bacher, P. Lemon, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keel-
Prof. and Mrs. Phillip Bursley, and er, Miss Edith A. Barnard, and Mrs.
Miss Laurie Campbell. Lillian Dilts.
Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, Miss Helen Guests of the central committee
Ellis, Miss Marie Hartwig, Prof. and include Ethelie Vachta, '42, who will
Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Miss Ethel Mc- be the guest of Whipple; Peg Jeffers,
Cormick and Ir. and Mrs. Earl '44, program chairman will attend
Moore have been asked as patrons. with Jack Weigel, '41E, chairman of
Dean Jeanette Perry, Dean and Mrs. dinner arrangements; Avice Rye, '43,
Walter B. Rea, Mr. and Mrs. Walter decorations chairman, will attend
B. Revelli and Dr. Mabel Rugen are with John Hunt, '43E, a member of
others among the patrons. the central committee; John aDean,
Judges for the Sing will be Prof. '43, chairman of reservations, will
Arthur Hackett, Prof. Thelma B. have Judith Donnan, '43, as his
arthur HardtPA. ThemaeB guest; and Robert Beals, '43E, pub-
Lewis, Prof. Hardin A. Van DeursenliiycarnwlhveJie
lnir agae el city chairman, will have Janice
adDr. Margaret Bell.
Virginia Paterson, '42, in charge of Bemis, '44, as his guest.
the ,Sing, has announced that ar-
rangements have been made for all Pledgir)g Announced
houses entered to try out the micro- Theta Phi Alpha announces the
phone at 4 p.m. Monday at Palmer recent pledging of three women:
Field. All juniors, to whom the lan- Margaret McGuire, '42, Olga Mc-
terns are passed by senior women, Guire, '43, and Virginia Becket, '44.
are asked to bring them to the White All of the new pledges are from De-
House on Palmer after the sing. troit.

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