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Dick Sheltons

Band To Play

At Jnterfraternity Ball Friday

Dance Guests
By Committee
Sale Of Tickets To General
Public Will Begin At 9 A.M.
Wednesday At Union Desk
Youthful Dick Shelton, latest of
orchestra leaders to gain wide popu-
larity in Chicago's Black Hawk Res-
taurant, will bring his 11-piece band
here to play for .the annual Inter-
fraternity all from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday in the Union.
Featuring smooth music and origi-
nal rhythm in a "danceable" style,
Shelton's organization also offers an
attractive singer, Gloria Gilbert, the
leader's own discovery. Capacity
crowds packedj the Black Hawk this
summer to dance to Shelton's music,
which also was broadcast six nights
a week.
Guests Are Announced
Dance Chairman John De Vine,
'41, secretary-treasurer and acting
president of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil, heads the list of committeemen,
planning to attend the Ball with
Mary Major, '41
Other committeemen and their
guests for the evening are Stan Allen,
'42E, with June Bender, '44; John
Stover, '42, with Elise Clark, '42; Reed
Cranmer, '42, with Agnes Crow, '42;
Art Leckner, Jr., '42, with Elaine
Weidman, '42; Aron Kahn, '42, with
Barbara Suffrin, '42; Charles Geisen,
'42,dwith Gertrude Mohin,h 42A;
David F. Bateman, '42E, with Mar-
garet Wilson, '43A.
The List Continues
Robert Getts, '42E, with Virginia
Paterson, '42; Edward Glanz, '42E,
with Madalyn Born, '44A; Bob Porter,
'42, with Sally Baubie, '42; Don Stev-
enson, '42, with Barbara Dittman,
'41; Bob Lewis, '42, with Elaine Fish-
er, '42; Paul Cosper, '42, with Sally
Loughead, '44, and Ted McLogan, '42,
with Marjorie Bennett, '44.
Tickets to the Ball will go on gen-
eral sale at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the
travel desk of the Union, priced at
$3.50. Ticket sales will be restricted
to members of the 41 general frater-
nities affiliated with the Council un-
til Wednesday. After that, the sale
will be open to the public.
Faculty Club To Meet
The Playreading ' section of the
Faculty Women's Club will meet at
2:15 p.m. today in the Mary B. Hen-
derson Room of the League.
Bob Gach
Has Your Picture!

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We don't know how other people get by in this University, but as for
us, well the times come when we just have to open up that textbook. We
picked this weekend for the odious chore, thinking that, with no football
game on the books, things would be quiet. We were wrong. And if one
more person comes around to tell us of all/the wonderful times he, she or
it had, we shall probably become violent. 'In the meantime, here is what






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by H onora ry Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Engel of Atlan-
tic City, N.J., have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Gladys
Sen ior Society Laura. '40. to Norman Frisch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frisch, of
Annual Assembly Banquet Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Frisch was a member of Alpha
Pays Tribute To Students Kappa Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha
With Highest Scholarship Lambda Delta, and Phi Kappa Phi.
She was also treasurer of Assembly
Senior Society tapped six new mem- and a member of Senior Society.
bers and awards were given for schol- Couple Live In Seattle
arship and activities at the annual Mr. Frisch graduate from North-
Assembly Banquet held from 6 p.m. western and obtained his Master's de-
to 8 p.m. yesterday in the League gree from Michigan in June. Mr.
Ballroom. and Mrs. Frisch are now residing in
Prof. John L. Brumm, main speak- Seattle. Washington, where Mr.
er for the occasion, chose as his sub- Frisch is studying under a fellow-
ject "Youth Looks Forward." ship at the University of Washing-

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we've heard ....
We're offering a reward-one slightly used
copy of the Baby Garg-for the name of any-
one who was NOT at the Union Formal.
Among the ineligibles are Bernadine Palmer
and Fred Shears, Margaret Rich and Paul
Van Wert, Lindy Jaslow and Erwin Rubin-
all of whom were very much in evidence at
the Formal. To say nothing of Bob Marx
and Laura Baird, Port Brown and Betty White-
ly, Bill Ash and Doris Atkinson, Mary Eleanor
Brown and Gordon Hardy.

Charles E. Tackels, of Detroit. to,
Richard A. McGrath, 40F&C, of
Berkley, on Oct. 26, in Royal Oak.
Miss Tackels was treasurer of Chi
Omega and Mr. McGrath was presi-
dent of Trigon.
Mooney Troth Told
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mooney of
Olean, N.Y., announce the marriage
of their daughter, Mary, '39, to Rob-
ert J. Canning, '39, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome T. Canning, of Tona-
wanda, N.Y. The wedding took place
this past summer and Mr. and Mrs.
Canning are now residing in Schen-
ectady. N.Y.
Mrs. Canning was affiliated with
Chi Omega and Mr. Canning with
Chi Phi. He was also a member of
Michigamua, secretary-treasurer of
Interfraternity Council, head cheer-;

League Calendar
,Drcs: 3:30oplm. Publicity Com-
mittee meeting, '
7p.m. Beginning dance class.
8 p.m. Advanced dance class.
All day: Silver survey.
Tues.. Wed.: Petitioning for
League House officers.
Wed.: 4:45. Assembly board meet-
5 p.. Compulsory meeting of
Oienitation advisors.
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Ruthven Tea,
Thurs.: 3 p m. to 5 p.m. Inter-
viewing for League house
4:30 p.m. House Presidents
5 p.m. Merit System Committee
7:15 p.m. Duplicate bridge tour-
Fri.: 3:45 p.m. and Sat.: 1:30 p.m.
"The Princess and the
Pea," Children's Theatre.

There's More Coming . .
And that's not all . . . Ford Whipple and Jane Wright, Bob Crane and
Martha Keyes, Murray Marckland and Lois Basse, James Garvin and Gerry
McKinley, John McCune and Beatrice Ecker, Ted McComber and Caroline
Wolfes -.-
True welchers that we are, we take back that bet, on account of the
latest bulletins show that lots of other big doings were on the books for
Friday night-and lots of people were doing them. Fr'instance . . . Kit

Earle and Clark Hall at Forestry's Paul Bunyan dance.
pledge formal drew Sally Laughead and Frank O'Brien,
Betty Marker. John Dighton and Carrie Wismer ...

Delta Tau Delta's
Louis Mueller and

At the Phi Sigma Delta pledge formal were
such as Elaine Gordon and Orville Lefko, Elaine
Fisher and Bob Lewis (of "Three Men On A Horse"), &.
Patti Kunzman and Bob Goldstein, Bernie Kent and
Selma Smith.
PACI, from all reports, was riding high on Sat-
urday afternoon, with Dave Panar, Chuck Reinsch,
wEddie Stroko having a perfectly super time. Pat
Walpole was there, and so were Betty Nixon, Dick
Ebbets, Peg Wiseman, Irwin Weiss and Betty Alt- /
man. How could we forget . . . Tom you-guessed-it Harmon was passing
out chewing gum.
M-Club Takes Honors .. .
Fielding H. Yost and the M-Club stole top honors for Saturday eve-


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ning's affairs. If you don't believe us, just
ask Jean Watson and Bill Laughburough,
Bob Paup and Ida May Still, Eleanor Smith
and Harry Smith or Margaret Whittemore
and Julien Fredericks, and Virginia Ward
or Bob Burckhalter.
All the Co-op lads and lassies got to-
gether and had themselves a time too.
Plenty of fun, said Pete Murray and "Dink"
Schuman. Sure was, said Betty Zunk and
Bob Durroche. And how, said Dotty Mor-
ris and Don Bowen. Marian Weiss and
Gordon Friendlander, Clara Johnson and
Dave Ott, Bev Geness and Lou Gardner,
and Ruth Wellington and Ed Fried must
have been speechless-they wouldn't say

Women who were tapped by Senior
Society, honorary women's group, are
Sue Hollis, Helen Culley, Jean Ten-
ofsky, Janet Sibley, Anne Crawley
and Frances Nevin. Alumna House
received the scholarship award for
the house having the highest average
for the sixth consecutive year, and
in so doing? beat the existing record,
which had been established by them-
selves. The 16 women in the house
compiled their records for a total of
3.15, or a "B-" average. Dean Alice
Lloyd presented the award.
A blue ribbon was presented to
Miss Ethel McCormick, social direc-
tor of the League, in appreciation of
the help and encouragement which
she has given the women of Assem-
bly, both in their own work and in
their League activities.
Other blue ribbons went to the two
women in each class having the great-
est number of League points. Activi-
ties leaders in the class of '43 are
Barbara Alcorn and Marcia Babrucq.
For the class of '42, Rosebud Scott
and Peg Polumbaum lead all others,
and the seniors are headed by Fran-
ces Herdrick and Janet Sibley. Pa-
tricia Walpole, '41, president of As-
sembly, presented the awards.
Certificates for achievement in
scholarship were awarded by Regis-
trar Ira M. Smith to the members
of each class who have earned the
highest average during the past year.
The honors went to Margaret Avery,
'43, Shirley Stumpmeyer, '42, and
Isabella Lugoski, '41.
Children's Theatre
Requests Donations
For Worthy Cause
Dormitories, fraternities, sororities
and campus organizations are being
urged to continue the long established
campus tradition of giving money for
the support of the Children's The-
atre, one of the few civic projects
undertaken by the League for the
benefit of the Ann Arbor children.
Donations by these various groups
will make possible the running of the
Theatre this year according to Agnes
Crow, '42, publicity chairman for
the Theatre Arts Committee. Groups
may bring their donations to the
Undergraduate Office of the League,
Miss Crow said.


Announcement has been made ofJ
the marriage of Pauline Tackels,
'40A, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I

Going to parties this season is no fun at all
unless your gown looks as if it borrowed
all the glitter from a jeweler's showcase.
Like jewel-colored beads crusted with gold
embroidery! Like sprinkles of tiny jet with
occasional splashes of thick bugle bead
clusters! Like great pocket splashes of
multi-colored beadwork standing out in a
blaze of glory against somber black crepe.
Special Showing at $16.95.
Others from $12.95 to $49.95.



Molly Hoffman and Oliver Smith did
Ik nothing.
their Saturday night dancing at the Gamma
Phi pledge formal. So did Lila Foster and
Chuck Solar, and June Gustafson and Jack Hooper. At the Tri Delt formal
were Jean Shinnick and Tom Thiele of Purdue, Sue Flanagan and Bud
Hamilton, Rosalie Smith and Johnny Hoag . ... and so back to our books.

Helen Rhodes,


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look over the pictures taken "Sweet swing is the harmony that
I prefer," was the answer given by
at the dance last night. Helen Rhodes, '42, when questioned
yesterday in an interview about her
music program that will be a feature
Keep a photo record of of The Daily style show to be held
yourcolege parties. at 4:15 p.m. Thursday in the Michi-
coil~e pgan Thieatre.
In keeping with the patriotic
theme, the All-American Fashion
Fantasy, Miss Rhodes said that she
would sing songs appropriate to the
individual styles being modeled at
C am ra Shop the semi-annual affair held by The
C a n e r S F Oj~ Daily and Ann Arbor merchants.
Has Had No 'voice Lessons
Nickels Arcade Singing for publicaaudiences since
she was five years of age, Miss Rhodes
revealed that she has never had a
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lesson in voice, although she has ac-
companied college bands at the Uni-
versity while on campus and has sung
professionally on the radio in Al-
bany and Schenectady.
"I never get tired of singing," Miss
Rhodes declared, "but like music as
an avocation instead of a vocation."
She is majoring in Speech and Radio
at the University and expects after
graduation to enter the combined
field of merchandising and radio.
Writes 'Record' Column
Miss Rhodes, who comes from
Howes Cave, N.Y., and is only 18
years old, has participated in many
activities her three years on campus.
She writes the record column for the
Gargoyle, was chairman of the music
committee for Freshman Project, pa-
trons' chairman for Soph Prom, music
chairman for last year's Panhellenic
Ball and is a member of the League
social committee.
Attributing her success to that time
when at the age of five she sang at
a public Christmas party, Miss
Rhodes confessed that it was the
currently popular "Bye, Bye Black-
bird," so encouragingly received by
her audience, that made her pursue
her singing career.

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