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November 14, 1941 - Image 5

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ATnual Jnterfraternity Ball Will Be Held Today

Will Register
Gifts To Fund For Red Cross
Will Be Recorded On Chart
0n League Lobby During Drive
It won' be the temperature but
rather the progress of the women's
division of the Red Cross drive which
will be recorded on a thermometer
to be set up in the League Lobby to-
morrow, along with a chart.
The chart will have represented on
it all dormitories, sororities, league
house zones, cooperatives and Ann
Arbor independents and the amounts
collected by each group. The first
chec: up 'Will be made today, Eliza-
beth Luckham,.'42, chairman, has
To Contact Women
Sorority representatives are to call
Rosalie Smith, '42, every day, begin-
ning today, to report the amount they
have taken in, and the increase in
contributions from day to day.
League house representatives 'are to
call Mary Brownrigg, '44, while dor-
mitory representatives will be contact-
ed by committee members.
The chart will have lists of the
number of people in each house so
that the proportion of contributions
to residents can be easily seen. Loose
contributions will be listed separately
from; the memberships which are sold
for one dollar.
Mercury Records Total
The mercury on the thermometer,
recording the totals in the drive every
day, will rise in $25 hunits.
In order to have this chart mean
anything, it is imperative that repre-
sentative's 'call the person specified
every day; only then will the chart
represent the actual amount of money
being taken in by the drive.

Are Still Open
In Rifle Club
Any woman interested in riflery
instruction and in belonging to the
Riflery Club, sponsored by WAA, who
was unable to attend the mass meet-
ing, is urged to call Nancy Filstrup,
'43, chairman of the club.
In spite of the fagt that 125 women
attended this meeting, Miss Filstrup
has announced that there will still
be room for instruction for 25 more
who are interested. In line with the
campus national defense program
and in line with taking advantage
of an opportunity to learn how to
use a gun, she adds that such in-
struction is most valuable
After a two-week period of instruc-
tion, the shooting season will begin;
it opens Nov. 26. The group will be
instructed by members of t'he
R.O.T.C., and there will be no charge
for the use of the guns or for the
shells. Total expenditures for mem-
bers of the club amount to very neg-
ligible dues.
Any woman who wishes to receive
this instruction, who did not' attend
the meeting must cointact Miss Fil-
strup by Wednesday- noon.
Certificates will be awarded to
members for proficiency in shooting,
but, inasmuch as there will probably
be three different classes of certifi-
ates awarded, the first at least will
riot be too difficult to obtain. Again,
effort and interest are emphasized;
skill is not needed for practice will
develop that!
Ove r 1,400 Attend
Winter Style Show
At Michigan Theatre.
Over 1400 people were present at
the winter fashion preview, "All Eyes
On You," yesterday at the Michigan
Theatre to see 30 campus women step
through a pair of large white spec-
t0cles to model clothes from the Ann
Arbor shops.
Ad-libbing at their job of being
commentators were Dorothy Merki
and Dick Ar uckle, both '42, who
introduced Miss Lana Turner, the
leading lady of the forthcoming
Union Opera. She-or rather, he
(being Dick Rawdon, '45) was dressed
in a feminine purple dinner gown
with a draped bodice) while he sang
for the first time a song: from the
Mimes production entitled "And

Will Osborne'


Dinner Parties, Dances And Teas
Combined In Festive Week-E

Band To Play
In Ballroom
Dance Promises To Be Largest
In History Of Function; Guests
Of Committeemen Announced,
Gregks and their dates, approxi-
mately 750 of them, will take over the
Union Ballroom from 9 p.m. to 1 p.m.
today when the annual Interfrater-
city Bell, given jointly by the 38 fra-
ernities on campus. is presented to
the tune of Will Osborne, his or-
chestra, and his patented "Slide"
Completely sold out yesterday, the
,all premises to be the largest in the
'history of the function, Carl Riggs,
'43, tickets chairman. announced.
Programs Given
'Grecks bearing gifts' will in this
lase be the fraternity men at the door
who w:ll give out the red suede-cov-
ered programs with the IFC crest
stamped in gold on the front, Hugh
Ayers, '43, and Charles Otto, '43,1
programs heads said.
Don Stevenson, '42, and Robert
Porter, '42, co-chairmen of the ball
1will have as their guests, Margare
Swan of Detrcit and Marjory Smiih,
Ayers With Lois, Fromm
Ayers will attend the affair with
Lois Fromm, '44; Jake Fahrner, '43,
co-publicity, chairman, with Betty
McNorton of Ann Arbor; and John
Fletcher, '45E, patrons chairman,l
with Virginia Morse, '43.
Jane Herzog will be the guest of
Brad Higbie,, '43, co-}publicity chair-
man, Buel Morley, '43, decorations
co-chairman will attend with Jane
Pritchard, '44, and Charles Otto, '43,
co-chairman ofprograms, will be
with Yvonne Miller.
Other Guests Listed
Marcia Sharpe, '45A, will attend as
the guest of Carl Riggs, '43, tickets
cnagrrnan; Rufus Teesdale, '43E, will
be with Kathryn Steiner, and Paul
Wingate, '43E, with Bea Swimmer.
Fraternity crests, arranged along
the walls, will chiefly compose the
decorations, and palm trees and flow-
ering plants, imported fromdalifor-
nia will, add brilliance to the ball-
room. Clouds of enormous, colorful
balloons will be released on the danc-
ers at an unannounced time during
the evening.
Alpha Sigma Phi held its fall
semester formal initiation Sunday,
November 9. The four following men
were initiated: Kent B. Arnold, '43E,
Flint; Robert J. Janes, '43, Buffalo,
N.Y.; Charles H. Reisdorf Jr., '42,f

Dinner parties seem to be the vogue
this week-end along with in-and-out
of town dances. Alpha Tau Omega
is entertaining at a dinner party from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today at the fra-
ternity house. Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Wikel and Prof. and Mrs. W. J. Em-
mors will be among the guests.
Congress Cooperative - House is
giving a party from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
today at the house. Chaperons for
the party are Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Beckenbach and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Eggertsen. The Delta Tau Deltas
are having a dinner party between
6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. tonight at
the fraternity house. Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Schoel will be the frater-
nity's guests.
Sigma Phis and their guests will
be dining between 7:30 p.m. and 9:30
p.m. tonight at the fraternity house.
Williams House has big plans for
a dance from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at
the Saline Valley Farms. Mrs. Vir-
ginia Harryman and Mr. Peter Oa-
tafin will chaperon the dance.
Sigma Phi Epsilon will have a

'kWeddinrg s
CN and ,

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Wester-
man announce the marriage of their
daughter, Miriam, '43, to Lt. Row-
land Hazard McLaughlin, '41E, son
cf the late Mr. and Mrs. Rowland'
H. McLaughlin.
Lt. McLaughlin was a member of
Scabbard and Blade, Pi Tau Pi Sig-
ma, the Varsity Glee Club, and the
American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers. Mrs. McLaughlin has been
elected to Zeta Phi. Eta, professional
speech sorority.
Wedding plans have not yet been
set by Marjorie Ruth Strand, '41,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Strand of Dearborn, and Charles E.
O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
O'Brien of Dearborn, whose engage
ment was announced rec'ently. Mr.
O'Brien is a junior in the College of
Medicine at the University and Miss
Strand, a member of Pi Beta Phi
The engagement of Dorothy Kath-
leen Smith, daughter of Mrs. Stanley
W. Smith, of Detroit, to Donald D.
Davis, son of Mrs. F. D. Davis and
the late Mr. Davis, also of Detroit,
was recently announced. Both re-
ceived their degrees from the Uni-
versity, where Miss Smith was a
member of Alpha Chi Omega.

Leave The Thrill of You." Highland Park; Robert W. Reisdorf,
Climax of The Daily fashion re- '44E, Highland Park.
view was the drawing of door prizes,,tleic
with one lone male being the recipi-
3nt of a coupon entitling him to a
reduction on the purchase of a dress. PRE t I

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