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October 30, 1941 - Image 5

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To Be General Chairman Of Panhellenic Ball

Miss Hadley

Dance Elections

Names Other To Take Place

Eight Chairmen Widely Versed
In Managing Social Functions
Chosen For Central Committee
Carol Pitcher, '43, has been named'
general chairman of this year's Pan-
hellenic Ball, to be held Nov. 28, Pat-

By Ballot Today
The following students will be sta-
tioned at the six different campus
voting booths this afternoon to super-
vise balloting in the election of J-Hop
and Soph Prom committee members.
Literary College, 25 Angell Hail,
polls open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Theatre Series
To Start Friday
'Rip Van Winkle' To Be First3
In Season's Play Productions
The 1941-42 series of Children's
Theatre offerings opens with "The
Return of Rip Van Winkle" to be!
presented at 3:45 pm. Friday andj
1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The

Deadline Is Set For Scores
All women who are interested inthose competing must play their 18
competing in the annual fall golf !holes by that time.
tournament, the purpose of which is C The team will consist of eight
the formation of the University wo- members and will represent the Uni-
men's golf team, must turn in their versity in inter-collegiate play. Mem-
attested scores for one round of 18 bers will be privileged to play with-
holes played at the University Golf out charge at the University Golf
Course by Monday to the general Course any time they choose.
office of Barbour Gymnasium. Any undergraduate woman is eli-
Virginia Frey, '42E. chairman of£ gible for the tourney and for a post-
the Pitch and Putt club which is tion on the team provided that she
sponsoring the tourney, has announ- plays the one round of 18 holes and
ced that since the course will close for hands in the attested score by Mon-
the reason on Saturday afternoon, day.

But now Bill Sawyer is going to
revive some of these student-written
songs by stressing them during the
dancing at the Union Formal tomor-
row. He believes that "all the stu-
dent-composed songs we're playing
are as good as any on the commer-
cial market. All they lack is the,
necessary publicity and network
To Play JGP Song Hit
Therefore Sawyer will formally in-
troduce "I Couldn't Believe My Eyes"
written by Al Walterhouse, a 1941
JGP song hit. The orchestral ar-
rangement was made by Al Burt,
'42SM, marking the first time the
song was arranged for dance orches-
"Anid Leave the Thrill of You" by
Howard Campbell, '44, will be played
in the course of the evening. Al
Burt's song written especially for the
Union, "The Union Jump" will also
be on the program.
Two new arrangements by Billy
Rhoades, "Louise" and "Flamingo"
will be introduced as will Virgil Free-
man in "Body and Soul" and "My
Last Goodbye." Gwen Cooper, '44,
vocalist, will be featured in "Jim,"
"My Man" and "I Don't Stand a
Ghost of a Chance With You."
Chewing Gum Ditty'
High spot of the evening will be
a new novelty number by Big JohA
which is really guaranteed to bring
the decorations down It is titled
somewhat long-windedly "Does the'
Spearmint Lose Its Flavor on the
Bedpost Overnight." Big John, in a
special effort, has obtained a brand
new white nightgown and candy-
striped nightcap and will bear a large
candle for effect.
Sawyer, who estimates that he has


played for over 1,000 parties of all
sorts .during the last seven years,
maintains that the Union Formal is
still the best party for which he hasj
provided music. This is his third con-
secutive year playing for the dancel
which is as long as he has been on{
Impartial estimates have ranked
Sawyer's band better than nine-
tenths of the name bands now tour-
ing the country. It has the dis-
tinction of being the only Michigan
band to have appeared on the Fitch
Band Wagon.
Hostelers To Meet
There will be a meeting of the
hostel group at 4:30 p.m. today in
Room 304 of the Union. Plans will
be made for the hiking trip to be
held Saturday and Sunday to Pleas-
ant Lake Farms. Anyone interested,
who cannot attend the meeting may
call Dan Saulson, '44, or Elizabeth
Mahlman, '43.


ricia Hadley, '42, president of Pan- 1 p.m. Tracy Freeman play is an adaptation of Washing-
hellenic Association, announced to- J. Kuivinen. ton Irving's story by Charlotte Chor-
day. 2 p.m. W. Bourquin, J. Kuivinen. ,
Other central committee members 3 p.m. Allen Anderson, J. Kuivinen. penning.
include Jean Jeffrey, '43, who will be 4 p.m. Bob Schwyn, Len Zucher- Mary Ellen Wheeler, Grad, will
in charge of the music; Betty Ann man. direct the three-act presentation. The
Heidbreder, '44, programs; Marjorie Engineering College, Engine Arch, cast will include a large number of
Ann Arbor school children i h
Storkan, '43, patrons: Jane Graham, polls open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
'43, publicity; Morrow Weber, '44, 1 p.m. B. Kolb, Art Geib, B. Bur-
tickets chairman; Marcia Elkins, '43, gess. Tickets for the play are on sale
decorations chairman; Elaine Rich- 2 p.m. B. Kolb, H. L. Coleman. at the League at a small price be-
ert, '43, assistant decorations; and 3 p.m. Gerald Kevil, Bob Shott. cause this project has not been de-
Carol June Graeff, '44, ballroom 4 p.m. Gerald Kevil, Bob Shott. signed to make money. It is spon-
chairman. Music school, lobby of School of sored by the Theatre Arts Committee
Activities Listed Music, polls open 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. of the League Council as a commun-
Miss Pitcher is affiliated with Al- 3 p.m. Clarence Carlson. ity offering and a laboratory theatre
pha Phi. She was ticket chairman of 4 p.m. Clarence Carlson. for the members.
Frosh Project in 1940, and is a mem- General chairman is Virginia Ap-
ber of the social committee of the . Architecture college, lobby of Arc pleton, '42, with Veitch Purdom, '42,
League. Music chairman, Miss Jeff- itcueBidnplson2pm.o as assistant chairman. Charlotte
ryisammeofGmaPiBt,5 p.m. Noble, '43, is a member of the public-
rey ,ec defor of 94 0Fm Phi Be- 2p.m. Dave Striffler. ity committee and Sally Walsh, '43, is
ject, is a member of the social and 3 p.m. Dave Striffler. the chief bookholder.
merit committees of the League, and 4 p.m. J. Lipnik. Three other plays will follow this.
is in the University Concert Band, Pharmacy school, lobby of Phama- They are: "Pinocchio," "The Princess
the University Symphony Orchestra cology Building, polls open 3 p.m. to and the Swineherd," and "The
and the Little Symphony. 5 p.M. Sleeping Beauty."
Affiliated with Pi Beta Phi, Miss 3 p.m. Bill Hanley.
Heidbreder was patrons chairman for 4 p.m. Bill Hanley.
Frosh Project in her freshman year. Forestry school, room 2039 Natural ViCto r ies n Tennis
Miss Storkan, a member of Chi Science Building, polls open 3 p.m. to !;A1- -a. r mr;4-;,-i.-r

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Omega, has worked on the patrons
committee of the 1940 Panhellenic
Ball, is sub-chairman of the theatre
arts committee of the League, is the
bookholder for this year's JGP,
worked on Frosh Project and Sopho-
more Cabaret, and is a member of the
social committee of the League.
Publicity Chairman
Miss Graham is a member of Delta
Gamma. She was publicity chairman
for Frosh Project 1940, worked on
Sophomore Cabaret and the patrons
committee for the 1940 Panhellenic
Ball, and is chairman of general pub-
licity for the theatre arts committee
of the League. Affiliated with Kappa
Alpha Theta, Miss Weber has worked
on Frosh Project, Sophomore Cb-
aret, and the social and merit com-
mittees of the League.
Miss Elkins is a member of Delta
Delta Delta and is a transfer here
this year from Denison University.
Her assistant, Miss Richert, is affili-
ated with Kappa Kappa Gamma and
is chairman of the Acquaintance
Bureau, and a member of the social
and tutorial committees of the Lea-1
gue. A member' of Alpha Omicron!
Pi, Miss Graeff is on the staff of the
Ensian and is assistant social chair-
man of her'house.

cron Pi, 37-22, Gamma Phi Beta did
the same to Adelia Cheever, 25-17,
and Alpha Xi Delta defeated Col-
legiate Sorosis, 24-18.?
There will be a meeting of the
Theatre Arts Art Committee at 5 p.m.
today in the League.
Zeta Tau Alpha announces the
pledging of Joan Ward, '43, of Koko-
mo, Indiana.


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Winners of last week's duplicate
bridge tournament were north-
south; first, Richard Breach, '44,
and Oliver Schaeffer, Grad; second,
Herbert Weintraub, '45, and Law-
rence Aronsson, '43. East-west win-
ners were first, Jack Gordon, '43,,and
Cyrus Neuman, '43; second, Irl Brent,
'42, and Richard Malthop.


'P.M.' To Be Given
At Foundation Today

The weekly "P.M." held by Hillel
Foundation will be given from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today at the Foundation.
Including ping-pong, dancing, classi-
cal and popular records, refreshments
and bridge, the affair is open to
Special guests for today's "P.M."
will be .Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Epsilon
Pi, 820 Hill St. and Jordan Hall.
Graduate Students
Will Hold Party
All graduate students, graduate
alumni, and faculty are invited to at-
tend the Hallowe'en party to be held
at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Rackham
The party is under the joint spon-
sorship of the Graduate Council and
the graduates have a fine selection.
will be dancing to records of which
the gradutes have a fine selection.
Refreshments will be served.
There will be a meeting of the pub-
licity committee of Sophomore Caba-
ret at 5 o'clock today in the League.


3 p.m. Chuck Dotterrer. Moving on to greater glories after
4 p.m. Chuck Dotterrer. victory in the second round of the
women's singles tennis tournament
Vo! lyba ll Tourney are Martha Peirson, '44, who de-
feated Margaret Burkett, 6-1, 6-0,
Victors Announced Jane Edmonds, '44, who trounced
Florence Turin, '44Ed, 6-0, 6-0, and
The floor at Barbour Gymnasium Connie Hammett, '45, who downed
has been the scene of the annual Miriam Polis, '45, 6-1, 6-0.
volleyball tournament, now well un- Joann Peterson, '45, has advanced,
der way. Victors in last week's games to the third round by default, while
are Zeta Tau Alpha, who defeated Doris Anne Hendricks, '42, has de-
Theta Phi Alpha, 21-14, Kappa Kap- feated Frances Perono, '43, to the
pa Gamma, who nosed out Alpha tune of 6-0, 6-0. Quarter final
Gamma Delta 16-15, and Alpha Delta matches must be played by tomorrow.
Pi, who beat Martha Cook. 29-26. Harriett Pratt, '43, has announced.
Alpha Phi trounced Alpha Omi-__


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