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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1941

THE MIC H iAN DAILY

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Patrons Are Announced For

'Wynx' Dance In Union Today

Door Prizes
Will Be Given;

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Hillel To Hold
Student Mixer
Today In Union

Women's Game Will Precede
All Star's Benefit Battle Todc

ay

Tickets On SaIe
Affair Is Sponsored By Sphinx
And Wyvern Honor Societies;
Best Seller Heads Prize List
Patrons for "Wynx," informal
dance to be given from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. today in the large ballroom of
the Union, have been announced by
Norman Call, '42, president of Sphinx,
which is sponsoring the dance in
connection with Wyvern, both junior
honor societies.
The patrons are Dean Alice Lloyd,
Prof. and Mrs. Adams, Prof. and Mrs.
Arthur S. Aiton, Prof. and Mrs. A.
E. Boak, Dr. W. Brace, Prof. and Mrs.
Howard B. Calderwood, Dr. and Mrs.
F. O. Crandall, Prof. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Fuller, Prof. and Mrs. Robert B.
Hal.
The list continues with Prof. and
Airs. Harlow J. Heneman, Prof. and
Mrs. Clark Hopkins, Prof. and Mrs.
Russel C. Hussey, Prof. and Mrs. Karl
Litzenberg, Prof. and Mrs. John H.
Muyskens, Prof. and Mrs. Preston
Slosson, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis Vanda
Velde, Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss Beryl
Bacher and Miss Ethel McCormick,
There will be seven door prizes
given to the holders of the lucky tick-
et stubs. Margot Thom, '42, in
charge of door prizes, announces that
a current best seller and two steak
dinners will be given at the dance.
Other prizes will be $5 worth of mer-
chandise from a local clothing store,
a ticket to JGP, a ticket to Fresh-
man Project and a baby panda.
Tickets will beon sale before the
library today, at the League and
Union desks, at the door of the dance,
and from members of Sphinx or Wy-
vern. The price is $1, as are all the
Union dances. ,
Bill Sawyer will furnish the music
for the dance. He has been playing
in Cleveland for the past week and
for the Notre Dame J-Hop.
Weekend Calendar
Will Feature Four
Fraternity Dances
While most people will attend the
benefit basketball game today, put on
by the All-Stars to help raise the po-
tential swimming pool fund, several
fraternities willcontinue the social
whirl with dances.
Alpha Tau Omega will hold a radio
dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The chap-
erons will be Dr. and Mrs. A. W.
Coxon and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wikel.
The usual custom of having a
dance every other week will be con-
tinued at the Phi Kappa Sigma house
with a dance to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hage-
meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Munn will chaperon.
Pi Lambda Phi will have a dance
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. with Mrs. Cora
Young and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Mandenberg chaperoning.
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
fraternity, will have a dance from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the League. Prof.
and Mrs. Walter C. Socks and Prof.
and Mrs. Axel Marin will chaperon
the affair.

Feminine basketball tilters will I revisions into the game will give the
compete in a preliminary court match match more of the quick action asso-
at 7:30 p.m. today when two teams, ciated with men's rules. The three
captained by women, will add their court ruling has been abolished and
services to the Benefit Basketball two-court play, in its place, removes
game to be held at the Yost Field restrictions on the player's move-
House. ments that heretofore have slowed upj
The women's tourney will precede women's tilts.
the battle of the New York Renais-I To Aid Fund
sauce and the Townsend All-Star The Benefit Basketball game is
teams, a match arranged for the supplementing the WAA efforts to
benefit of the Women's Swimming raise money for the Women's Swim-
Pool Fund.hnung Pool whose plans call for pro-
lun. visions for mixed swimming, sun
Women To Play bathing, aquatic pageantry, as well
Both teams are all-star, Neither as the standardized equipment. The
of the combinations has played as an Fund, which has had contributions,
J entity previous to this benefit match. from numerous campus organizations,
Those who will compete are: Helen J has been added to each year through
Searson, '42; Alice Braunlich, '41;' student projects and personal gifts.
Doris Vyn, '41Ed; Betty Lou Witters, The pool which will occupy the site1
'41Ed; June Ross, '44; Nan Church. between the Women's Athletic Build-
42; Mary Lou Curran, '43; Helen~ ing and Stockwell Hall, will answer
Garrels 44; Joan Reutter, '43SM; the demands of women students.
Carolyn Vrooman, '43; Betty Varnell, I_
'4lEd; Arlene Ross, '43Ed; Clara 4
Louise Fulde, '41; Barbara Smith,
'44Ed; and Julie Fenske, '42Ed.
The incorporation of recent rule
Anson Weeks ga~j
Received Slogan ;
A ND S PF
From Winchell
"Let's Go Dancin' With Anson"
Weeks and his orchestra will give his,
"sweet, swing and Latin" from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday, March 7, at Assem-
bly's annual Ball, "Garden Gavotte"
to be set in an old fashioned atmos-
phere in the League Ballroom.
Euphonious slogans are considered
to be a prime requisite for any bud-
ding bandleader or band. Weeks was

Frolic Tickets
Are On Sale
Tickets for Frosh Frolic to be held
March 14 will continue to be on sale
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today in the
lobby of the Union.
A freshman student identification

card is needed to purchase a ticket
for the annual class dance which is
' being featured as "A Fieshman's

'Democratic' Staff
Entertains Tryouts
The true spirit of democracy was
exemplified at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
when the Junior business staff of The
Daily took the underpups (common-
ly known as their secretaries) to din-
ner at the Allenel.
Chivalry also reared its head as
there were but six men hosts to take
rare of 15 women. Other special
guests at the Big Event were Irving
Guttman. '41, business manager of
The Daily; Bob Gilmour, '41, assistant
business manager; and Helen Bohn-
sack, '41, women's business manager.
After the party adjourned, thel
concensus was that the hosts had
innovated a grand idea. Let's hope
that the editorial staff will not be
Iona in ctching onE

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Nightmare." Tickets for the affair
are priced at $2.75.
This will be the last day of the
ticket sale to be limited to freshmen
and Marvin Borman, chairman of the
Frolic, urges those first year men
planning to attend the dance to buyf
their tickets today,
Tickets for the dance, at which!
Johnny "Scat" Davis and his orches-
tra will play, in keeping with the
theme of the dance, are in the form
of freshmen report cards-blue, of
course.
An added attraction will be large
caricatures of outstanding campus
personalities which will be hung on
the walls of the Union Ballroom.

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LAURA KATZENEL
New and old members of Hillel will
dance to the music of Bill Sawyer
and his orchestra from 3:30 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. today in the Union Ball-
room at the membership mixer wel-
coming newcomers to the Foundation.
Laura Katzenel, '41Ed, is chairman
of today's social, which will be open
to all Hillel members on presentation
of a membership card at the door.
The affiliate membership cards may
be purchased at the door for $1.75,
said Miss Katzenel.
Jack Lewin-Epstein, '43, will lead
the Paul Jones which will be an out-
standing feature at the dance. Host-
esses wil be tagged for identification
and will aid in introductions.
Rabbi Jehudah Cohen, head of the
Foundation, will be present to wel-
come students. This dance is the
second of the two members'hip dances
given this year.
Members who will serve as hostesses
inclue Dorothy Dunitz, '44, Selma Li-
bin, '43, Ruth Aleinik, '42, Bever13
Sadwith, '42, Charlotte Kaufman, '43,
and Edith Silverman, '41.
Other women who will assist are
Thelma Mitchell, '41, Reva Frumkin,
'42, Syril Greene, '43, Marcia Kohl,
'43, Lois Shapiro, '42, Shirley Ru-
dolph, '44, and Deena Bieber '43A.
Vocalist Gwen Cooper will accom-
pany Bill Sawyer.

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one of the first to happen upon the,
\idea. It was accidental. A few years
back, Walter Winchell was master of
ceremonies on a certain commercial
program, and Weeks was making his
debut. As Winchell signaled the en-
gineer to bring Weeks on the air, he
exclaimed, "Let's Go Dancin' With
Anson!" and 'a slogan was born.
Appearing with Weeks and his or-
chestra are Viriginia Mathews, vocal-
ist, violinist and pianist, and King
Harvey.
Weeks is a composer as well as con-
ductor, pianist and arranger. Among
his original compositions, many of
them with his own lyrics, are "I'm
Sorry Dear," his biggest hit, "I'm
Writing You This Little Melody," and
"New Moon."
In addition to winning fame for
himself in the orchestra world, Weeks
has provided the field with three
other notable successes. Bob Crosby
was discovered by Weeks as a singer
when he was playing in San Fran-
cisco. Xavier Cugat, the tango and
rhumba king, is another who started
with Weeks, as did Griff Williams.

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Co-op's Open House
To Be Held Sunday
Open house will be held from 5 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Sunday by the Married
Couples Cooperative House at 1208
Oakland Ave.
Students, townspeople and faculty
are invited to attend the affair at
the newest cooperative house on cam-
pus, said Karl Karlstrom, Grad.,
who is president of the house council.
All members of -the cooperative house
are students in the University.
Refreshments will be served and
members will be present to show visit-
ors the house and to explain the pro-
cedure used in their self-government.

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