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;FRIDAY, MAY 23; 1941

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sc holarship

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Forestry

Dances

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Senate Affair
Will Feature

Jeanne Crump
Has Position
As Guest Editor
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Sawyer

Guests For First Benefit Ball
*Are Announced By Committee;
Edward Tonn To Head Group
;Members of the committee in
charge of the Scholarship Dance,
which is sponsored by the Student
Serrate, and will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the Union Ball-
room, have announced their guests
for the evening.
Edward Tann, '43, general chair-
man, has invited Betty Harvey, '44,
to attend the dance with him. Wil-
liam Todd, '42, tickets chairman, will
attend with Jeanette Hofman, '42;
Jane Sapp, '41, publicity chairman,
has invited Jerry Leighton, '40; John
McCune, '41, patrons, will have as
his guest Beatrice Ecker, Grad., and
hugh Ayers, '43, house chairman,
will attend with Lois Fromm, '44.
Gov. and Mrs. Van Wagoner will
make the trip to Ann Arbor to act
as patron and patroness. Other
guests froh out of town will be Mr.
and Mrs. G. Donald Kennedy, state
road commissioner.
Money raised by this dance will be
turned Aver to the regular channels
'of the University which handle the
distribution of scholarships to stu-
dents who are in need of financial
support.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will.
play for the affair which is informal
and similar to the regular Union
week-end dances.
Although, this is the first dance of
its. kind sponsored by the Student
Senate, the organization plans to
make a concentrated drive next year
to raise money to provide scholar-
ships to needy and deserving stu-
..den +s.
Rain Fails To Halt
W omen's Softball
Tournament Tilts
Despite the rain, eliminating con-
tinued in the women's softball tour-
nament yesterday at Palmer Field,
with much screaming and sideline
instruction being offered to the en-
thusiastic teams.
Even with home runs by Jeanne
Johnson, pitcher, and Lonna Parker,
Alpha Chi Omega lost to Alpha Omi-
cron Pi by a score of 6-5. Amy Da-
vidson pitched for the winning team,
but was replaced by Dorothy Wine-
land in the last inning.
Ann Stresau led her team, Gamma
Phi Beta, to victory over Alpha Phi,
12 to 4. Marjorie Killens was pitcher
for Alpha Phi. Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma and Jordan Hall both defaulted.
Kappa Delta defeated members of
a League house Wednesday by the
close margin of 4 to 3.
Graduates To Dance
An informal graduate square dance
will be held from 9 p.m. to :nidnight
today at the Rackham Building,
Ivor Cornman, Grad., chairman of the
dance, announced. Square dancing
will be done to recordings and some
instruction will be given.

Gordon Watts
Is Chairman
Log Drive To Be At Huron Hills;
Reed Pierce Will'Provide Music
Following a five year old tradition,
he annual Log Drive sponsored by
'he Forestry Club will be held from!
3 p.m. to 1 a.m. today at the Huron
Hills Country Club.
Heading the central committee in
harge of arrangements for the dance
s Gordon L. Watts, '41F&C, who will
gave as his guest Eleanor Maliche,
'42Ed. Guest of Robert W. Michael-
sen, '41F&C, patrons chairman, will
)e Marjorie Fleming, '42; Chester J.
Ewing, '42F&C, publicity chairman,
Will attend with Kretia Haines of
Jackson; William R. Hauser, '42F&C,
tickets chairman, has invited Helen
Schmale, '42, as his guest; Drank
Kent, '42F&C, and Lyle M. Arget-
3inger, '41F&C, co-chairmen of the
music committee will be with Patricia
Burns of Ypsilanti, and Charlotte
Heliker, '44, respectively.
Alex Yorman, '42F&C, building
chairman, will attend with Jane
Schacht, '44; Marshall N. Palley,
'42F&C, entertainment chairman,
with Margaret Knight, '42SN; James,
W. Maddox, '41F&C, decorations
chairman, with Helena H-anson, '42
and Shuman B. Worrell, '41F&C, pro-
grams chairman, with Florence
Young.

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Pre-exam dances in the spring
formal mood will continue this weak
as nine organizations hold festivities
of variau types.
Alpia Tart Omega will present its
spring formal from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
at the chapter house today; with
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wikel and Mrs.
S. L. LaFever chaperoning.
A radio dance from 9:30 o.m. to
I a.m. at the chapter house is planned
cy Alpia Xi DelLta. Prof. and Mrs.
William Franknna and Mrs. [ary
Brennan will chaperon.
The waiters -of the East Quadrangle
will have a radio dance from 9 p.m.
fo 1 a.ai. Chaperons will be Mrs.
Walter C. Newel and Mrs. Dane W.
Popleton.
Michigan house will hold a barn
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight at the
Saline Valley Farms. Mrs. Lura D.
Niles and Mr. J. A. 'Kitchen will
2hapcron'..
The Mosher Hall spring formal, to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., will
cave Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Crandall,
Prof. and Mrs. F. C. O'Dell, Prof.
and Mrs. 1. H. Anderson, and Mr.
and Mrs. C. N. Stauback as its chap-
erons.
Phi Kappa Psi will present its
spring supper-dance from 6 p.m. to
1 a.m. at the chapter house. Dr.
William Brace and Mr-. and Mrs.

Philipp Stapp have been invited to
chaperon.
Phi Sigma Delta will have its springf
douse party today and tomorrow, with
festivities divided between the chapter
house and the 'Washtenaw Country
Club. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Braidt
and Mrs. Henry S. Ellman will chap-
erone.
Sigma Phi will present a dinner-
dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at khe
chapter house. Prof. and Mrs. J. H.

Canncn and Mr. and Mrs. Frank De-
Vine have been invited to chaperon.
The Theta Chi spring formal will
be held from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
Barton Hills Country Club, with
prof. C. B. Vibbert and Mr. and
Mrs. Ken M. Arnold as chaperons.
Theta Delta, Chi will hold a dinner-
dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
chapter house. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Gerrals and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Barker
will chaperon.

Fraternities, Three Dormitories, One Sorority
To Hold House Party, Formal, Informal Dances

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JEANNE CRUMP
* .* *
Jeanne Crump, '42, has been select-
ed by the editors of Mademoiselle,
fashion publication, as one of the
twelve college representatives who will
go to New York to edit the August
issue, it was announced recently.
The guest editors were chosen from
among the participants in a national
contest for college women on the
basis of a series of assignments deal-
ing with fashion, features, and origi-
nal suggestions for the magazine.
The duties of the guest editors
will consist in taking over much of
the actual work of the regular staff
of the magazine for the one issue,
thereby gaining considerable prac-
tical experience.
Miss Crump, a member of Alpha
Phi, is the second Michigan student
to be so honored by the'publication
with a guest editorship, for Helen
Barnett, '41, a member of Pi Beta
Phi, served in that capacity last year.
Former fashion editor of The Daily,
Miss Crump has. recently been ap-
pointed to the position of senior as-
sociate editor of the Gargoyle. She
was also active in publications as a
junior night editor on the women's
staff last summer, and has now been
selected to be the editor of the new
League paper.
CORRECTION
Carol Pitcher, '43, was the win-
ner of second place in the Univer-
sity Women's open event of Crop
and Saddle's Horse Show held last
Saturday, rather than Jane Prit-
chard, '44, as was stated in sun-
day's Daily.

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