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THE MICHIGAN DAILt

Erwin s

Orchestra

Will

Play

For

Panhellenic

White Column
To Carry Out
Ionic Theme
Silver, Royal Blue And White
Will Be Color Scheme; Colored
Lights To Be Cast On Statues
Panhellenic will mix the old with
the new at its annual Ball to be held,
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
ballroom of the League when-"Pee
Wee" Erwin and his newly organized
band will play for dancing in a
Grecian setting of white columns and
statues.
The selection of Erwin's 16-piece
orchestra to play for "Panhellenic
Parthenon" was announced by Carol
Pitcher, '43, general chairman. For-
merly a. trumpet player with Ray
Noble's original band, Erwin was with
both Benny Goodman and Tommy
Dorsey for several years as a featured
soloist, as well as a member of the
Raymond Scott Quintet.
Organizes Own Bands
When Erwin decided to organize
his own orchestra last year, it was
endorsed by Charlie Spivak, Claude
Thornhill, and Glenn Miller, with
whom he had been associated. The two
vocalists with Erwin were formerly
with Bunny Berrigan, while his ar-
ranger, Dean Kincaid, has arranged'
Since its inception, Erwin's orches-
tra has played at the Log Cabin in
Armonk, N. Y., and at the Rustic
Tavern in New Jersey. Now playing
at the Aragon Ballroomin Cleveland,
the band is broadcasting weekly over
a national network.
Theme To Be Grecian
Carrying out the Grecian theme,
the decorations for the "Panhellenic
Parthenon" will be 19 large white col-
umns spaced around the room, each
to represent one of the 19 sororities
on campus. The color scheme will be
in silver, royal blue and white, while
dark blue 'drapery will be hung be-
hind the columns. Colored lights will
be thrown on the statues which will
represent Greek figures, adcording to
Marcia Elkins, '43, decorations chair-
man.
Tickets for the dance are now on
sale in the lobby of the League where
sorority women may purchase them
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. either individ-
ually or by a representative buying
them for her (house.

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Suppers, Formals, Radio Dances
To Be Held By 26 Houses Today
The holiday festivities are being ThPiDetEplosavpan
completed today with a whirl of in- The Phi Delta Epsilons have plan-
formal radio dances, buffet suppers ned an informal dance from 9 p.m.
and formals. to midnight today. Dr. Jacob Sacks,
Apha'Chi Sigma will have an in- Dr. Wilma Sacks and Mr. and Mrs.
formal dance from 9 p.m. to mid- Max Rosenbaum of Detroit will chap-
night today at the chapter house. eron-.
Prof. and Mrs. C. H. Stocking and Prof. and Mrs. L. M. Eich and Mr.I
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Hodges will chap- and Mrs. R. B. Steele of Elmira, N. Y,'
eron. will chaperon an informal dance
An informal dance i, planned by which will be held at the Phi Gamma
Alhpa Delta Phi for 9 p.m.tomid-. Delta house from 9 p.m. to midnight
night today. Prof. and Mrs. B. W. today.-
Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Phi Kappa Psi will have an in-
Peters are to be guests at the affair. formal dance at the chapter house
A radio dance is to be given by from 9 p.m. to midnight today. Dr.
the Alpha Kappa Psi's from 9 p.m. Gilbert De Ryke and Mr. and Mrs.
t0 midnight today. Mr. William Stanton J. Ware are to chaperon.I
Corryell and Mr. Richard Ashton, A radio dance is to be given by the
both of Detroit, are to chaperon. Phi Kappa Sigmas at the chapter
The annual fall formal of Alpha house from 9 p.m. to midnight today.
Omega is to be held from 9 p.m. to Mr. Leslie Schwanbeck and Mr. My-
midnight today at the Rackham ron A. Rochman are to be the guests.
building. Special guests to the affair Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Mickle and
are the Ohio State members. Mr. and Mrs. Helen E. Gucker will chaperon
Mrs. Albert H. Eden of Detroit, and a radio danlce to be held from 9 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bean have to midnight today at Phi Kappa Tau.
been-invited as guests. Phi Sigma Delta will have a radio
Alpha Sigma Phi will have an in- dance from 9 p.m. to midnight todayI
formal radio dance. Mr. and Mrs. at the chapter house.
Fred Basom Jr. and Dr. and Mis. F. K. Psi Upsilon's annual pledge for-
Sparrgw Jr. will chaperon the affair mal will be given from 9 p.m. to
which will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight today at the chapter
midnight today. house. Dr. and Mrs. John Strayer
A radio dance has been planned by and Mrs. Hazel Mitchell will cha-
the Alpha Xi Deltas from 9 p.m. to peron.
midnight today. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil An informal dance will be given by
Creak and Mrs. Mary Brennan are to Sigma Chi from 9 p.m. to midnight
chaperon. today at the chapter house.
Chi Phi will have an informal The Theta Chis have invited Mr.
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight to- and Mrs. W. S. Tenne} Jr. of Roch-
d*.y. The chaperones will be Dr. ester and Prof. and Mrs. Chas. B.
William Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Vibberts to chaperon an informal
Don O'Connor. dance that they have planned for
A radio dance will be given at the from 9 p.m. to niidnight today.
Chi Psi house from 9 p.m. to mid- Theta Xi will have a radio da-ice
night today.. The guests will be Capt. today. The guests will be Dr. and
and Mrs. Keith Houston and Lt. and Mrs. Floyd A. Peyton and Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard W. Peterson. Mrs. W. H. Stubbins.,
Delta Sigma Delta will hold a radio A buffet supper and radio dance
dance at the chapter house from 9 will be given at the Triangle house
p.m. to midnight. Dr. and Mrs. Don from 5:30 p.m. to midnight today.
Kerr and Dr. and Mrs. Harold W. A radio dance is to be given at the
Held will chaperon. Trigon Club from 9 p.m. to midnight
A tea dance has been planned by today. The guests are Mr. and Mrs.
Delta Upsilon. It will be held from Ward Parr and Mr. and Mrs. G. D.
5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Dr. and Mrs. Hooper.
Thomas Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. Another informal dance has been
Dean Titus will chaperon. planned by Kappa Delta Rho which
Fletcher Hall will have an open will be chaperoned by Mr. Robert
house after the game from 4:30 Boynton of Detroit and Prof. and
p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The guests will be Mrs. W. E. Lay from 9 p.m. to mid-
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Strong. night today.
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Faust and Dr. A dance will be held from 9 p.m. to
and Mrs. G. Barrows have been in- midnight today at-the Zeta Beta Tau
vited to attend a radio dance from house at which Mr. and Mrs. Charles
9 p.m. to midnight today at the Xi. Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Psi Phi house. Kessel are to chaperon.

Patrons' List,
For 'Formal'
Is Announced
Guests And Chaperons Named
By Chester Ewing, Chairmbn
Of Annual Paul Bunyan Dance
Patrons for the annual Paul Bun-,
yan "Formal" sponsored by the For-
estry Club to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday in the Union ballroomI
have been announced by Chester
Ewing, '42, chairman of the affair.
Leading the list are Pres. and Mrs.j
I Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Samuel T.
Dana, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean Joseph
Bursley, and Dean and Mrs. Walter
B. Rea. Also acting as patrons will'
be Prof. and Mrs. Shirly Allen, Prof.
and Mrs. Willard Bromley, Prof. Rob-
ert Craig, Jr., Prof. and Mrs. Samuel
Graham, Prof. and Mrs. Erad O'Roke,
Prof. and Mrs. Willet Ramsdell, Prof.
and Mrs. Leigh Young, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Murray.
Chaperons Are Listed
Those who have been asked to
chaperon the only "formal" informal
dance of the year are Prof. and Mrs.'
Donald Matthews, Prof. and Mrs.
Willian Kynoch and Prof. and Mrs.
Howard Wight.
Guests of the affair will be Miss
Ina Rankin, Miss Mabel Train, Miss
Myrna Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Murray.
"Tux, tails and ties are taboo,"
Ewing pointed oast, for the Foresters'
u atron saint. Paul Bunyan would not
permit any more formality than corn-
fort dictates. The oldest and the most
disreputable clothing will be the most
welcome, for it is "in comfortable
clothing that we can have the most
fun,' Ewing added.
Stunt To Be Executed
A big sign on a little car will be part
of a publicity stunt to be executed
next week, Jim Snodgrass, '43, pub-
licity chairman has announced. Also
for the purpose of advertising the
dance, forestry students will wear
their field clothes all of next week.
The program to be given during in-
termission will include skits and
songs by the "Lumberjack Four."
Tickets may be obtained from any
forestry school student as well as at
desks in the League and Union lob-
bies.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
furnish the music for the affair.

Temperature
Rising In Red
Cross Drive

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Believe it or not, and snow not-
withstanding, the mercury is rising
.mi the Red Cross thermometer
which is set up on the chart in the
League lobby, to the point of $440.75,
Elizabeth Luckham, '42. has an-
nounced.
Almost $200 over the latest report,
the ever-rising total indicates the
success of the drive on campus. The
chart lists Stockwell Hall as top con-
tributor with $74.95, Martha Cook
running a close second with $68.75.
These two groups lead the dormi-
tories and all campus organizations in
amounts contributed.
Model Proves Worth
Dressed as a Red Cross volunteer
worker, and not using compulsion at
all, the model stationed only a few
feet from the chart, has collected
$11.69 by means of the little box held
in her outstretched hand.
Rosalie Smith, '42, will be inMiss
Ethel McCormick's office in the Lea-
gue from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, at
which time sorority representatives
are to bring in to her, money collected
thus far in the drive.
Someone will be on duty at a table
in the lobby from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
today to sell memberships, and also
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. every day next
week.
Must Report Totals
Alpha Chi Omega and Collegiate
Sorosis still lead the sorority group,
with $29 and $22 respectively. The
chart records the amounts turned in
to the various organizations, if, and
only if, the representative of Red
Cross in that group has reported to
Miss Smith if a sorority, Mary
Brownrigg, '44, if a league house.
Miss Luckham stressed the fact
that unless cooperation may be ob-
tained from these women who repre-
sent Red Cross and are collecting
the money, the chart and the ther-
mometer will mean nothing..

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'ngagements
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen of Pas-
saic, N.J., announce the engagement
of their daughter, Bernice, '42M, to
Dr. Allan E. Sachs of Chicago.
Miss Cohen dicd her pre-medical
work at the University and received
her B.A. "with distinction." She
was active on the Hillel social com-
mittee, League publicity committee,
and was secretary of the Student
Senate, member of the intra-mural
debating team and athletic manager
of the Ann Arbor Independents. She
received Panhellenic, Hillel and Sha-
piro scholarships and the Assermbly
Awardfor highest grades.
Miss Cohen is a member of Alpha
Lambda Pelta, Iota Sigma Pi, Phi
Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa and
Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary medi-
cal fraternity.
Dr. Sachs is a graduate of the

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University of Chicago and Rush
Medical School. He is at present
resident surgeon at Michael Reese
Hospital, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Miles of
Dowagiac, announce the engagement'
and coming marriage of their
daughter, Donna Kathleen, '40, to
Herman J. Nordstrom, Jr., of New-
port News, Va., son of Mrs. Her-
man J. Nordstrom of Spokane, Wash-
ington, and the late Mr. Nordstrbm.
Mr. Nordstrom attended the Uni-
versity and Babson Institute at Bos-
ton. He is now employed at Newport.

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