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Precedent Set
By Elimination
Of Orchestra
Entire Proceeds To Be Given
To Bomber Scholarship Fund,
Flowers To Be Sold At Dance
Setting a precedent for campus or-
ganization's affairs, Hillel Founda-
tion will give an orchestra-less Spring
Formal from 9 p.m. to midnight, Sat-
urday, May 2, at the League Ball-
room; and will give the proceeds to
the Bomber Scholarship fund.
According to Sylvia Forman, '42,
and Robert Morrison, '43, co-chair-
men of the annual affair, all frills
and furbelows will be eliminated, so
that war and charity funds may
benefit.
Flowers To Be Sold
Dancing will be to a nickelodeon
and gardenias and carnations will be
sold, the proceeds of which will go
to the Jewish National Fund.
Charlotte Kaufman, '43, has an-
nounced the list of chaperons and
patrons for the dance. Prof. and
Mrs. I. L. Sharfman, Dr. and Mrs.
Reuben Kahn, Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
Sacks, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levy, and
Mr. and Mrs. George Kline will be
chaperons.
Patrons Are Listed
Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac Goldman,
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Blakeman, Dr.
and Mrs. Casimar Fajans, and Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Bothman lead the]
list of patrons. Also included are Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Kessell, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fish-
ow, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morris, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Silver and Mr. and Mrs.
Osias Swerdling.
Tickets to the dance are on sale
at the Foundation. They are free
to members, but there is a charge to
non-members.
Patrons List
Is Announced
For Concert
Varsity Glee Club Will Give
Annual Spring Concert Today;
Ruthvens Head List Of Guests
Patrons for the annual spring
concert of the Men's Varsity Glee
Club, which will be presented at 815
p.m. today in Hill Auditorium, have
been announced.
These patrons are President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Capt.
and Mrs. R. E. Cassidy, Col. and Mrs.
William A. Ganoe, Dean Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean and
Mrs, Alfred H. Hovell, Dean and
Mrs. Eduard H. Kraus, Dean and
Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Dean and Mrs.
Albert C. Furstenberg, Dean and
Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Dean and
Mrs. Samuel T. Dana, -Dean Morti-
mer E. Cooley, Dean and Mrs. Fred-
erick G. Novy, Dean and Mrs. Russel
W. Bunting and Dean and Mrs. Clare
E. Griffin.
List Continues
The list continues with Dean and
Mrs. Wells I. Bennet, Dean and Mrs.
Howard B. Lewis, Dean and Mrs. E.
Blythe Stason, Dean and Mrs. Ivan
C. Crawford, Prof. and Mrs. Carlton
F. Wells, Prof. and Mrs. Philip E.
Bursley, Prof. and Mrs. William D.
Revelli, Prof. and Mrs. Palmer Chris-
tian and Prof. and Mrs. Ransom S.

Hawley.
Prof. and Mrs. John L. Brumm,
Prof. and Mrs. Theophil H. Hilde-
brandt, Prof. and Mrs. Wilbur R.
Humphreys, Dr. and Mrs. Louis A.
Hopkins, Dr. and Mrs. Earl V. Moore,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sink, Dr.
and Mrs. Clarence S. Yoakum, Dr.
and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Dr. and
Mrs. Ira Smith, and Dr. and Mrs.
James D. Bruce.
Others To Attend
Other patrons are Dr. William M.
Brace, Dr. Margaret Bel, Dr. awd
Mrs. George G. Brown, Dr. and Mrs.
Avard Fairbanks, Dr. and Mrs. Karl
Litzenberg, Dr. and Mrs. T. Hawley
Tapping, Dr. Robert G. Rodkey, Dr.
and Mrs. William W. Bishop, Dr. and
Mrs. Edward W. Blakeman, Dr. and
Mrs. Ernst Philippson, Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur Van Duren and Dr. Jan
Frans Hostie.
Concluding the list of patrons are
Miss Rhoda R. Reddig, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred B. Connable, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert G. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert 0. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin C. Goddard,
Freedmn-Fishow
Bet rothal Announced

Fairway Favorite

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If luck holds out and the wind and
rain take pity on sports fans, there
are a good many days ahead to tempt
the golfer. Barring blue-books and
term papers, you'll be all set to tackle
that first round or so if you're dressed
in one of these cotton golfer's clas-
sics. Stripes will add a zest to your
outfit and brighten the fairways as
well.
Committeemen
For ROTC Ball
Announce Dates
Mrs. Lindley M. Dean will be the
first lady of the annual Military Ball
from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. Friday in
the Union Ballroom when she will
attend with her husband, Ball Chair-
man Lindley Dean, LitSpec.
Other committeemen and their
dates will be Phyllis Present, '44, and
Phillip Levy, '43; Judy Morrill, '43,
and Ivan Schafer, '42E; Bobbie Puf-
fer, '44, and Robert Snow, '43E; Dor-
othy Larson, '43SM, and Francis An-
derson, '43M;:Y Sut Kahn and Dean
Thomas, '42; Elaine Wiedman, '42,
and John Scheibe, '42M.
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Cadet colonel Verne Kennedy, '42E,
will attend with Marcia Sharpe, '45A;
Ray Gauthier, '42E, will escort Anna
Jean Sinemark, of Hibbing, Minn.;
Robert Ehrlich will take Katherine
J. Lathrop, '44; Charles Thatcher will
attend with Martha Taylor, '45, and
Walter Strickland, '42E, will bring
Betty Churchill.
A few tickets for the Ball, which
will present the music of Gray Gor-
don and his orchestra, may still be
obtained from committee members,
at ROTC headquarters or at the
Union desk.

ton To
Ruthvens Head
Miami Triad's
List Of Patrons
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta,
Sigma Chi Will Hold Formal
Saturday In League Ballroom
Patrons for the Miami Triad, to be
held from 9:30 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the League Ballroom,
have been announced by Bud Rudy.
'43, publicity chairman for the affair.
Heading the list are President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Regent
and Mrs. Harry G. Kipke, Dean Alice
C. Lloyd, Dean Joseph Bursley Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dr. and Mrs.
Earl V. Moore, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred
W. Coxon and Dr. and Mrs. David
D. Deweese.
List Continues
Continuing the list of patrons are
Prof. and Mrs. John S. Worley, Prof.
and Mrs. Lewis M. Gram. Col. and
Mrs. William A. Ganoe. Mr. Carl
Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W.
Boynton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Cavan, Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Coul-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Clay E. Herbst,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Oakes, Mr.
and Mrs. Reeves R. Solar and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank L. Wirth.
The Triad is an annual dance held
in commemoration and celebration
of the founding of three fraternities,
Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta and Beta
Theta Pi, at Miami University, which
is located in Oxford, o.
Ross To Play
The original purpose of the affair
was to further cooperation andl
friendship between the houses, and
on every campus where there are
chapters of the three fraternities, the
dance is an outstanding event.
Furnishing the music for this year's
dance is Milton Ross and his orches-
tra, who have recently been engaged
in Detroit. Decorations will consist
of large replicas of each fraternity's
pin, to be mounted in the panels
around the ballroom.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the affair is made up
of a representative from each of the
three houses. Buehl Morley, '43, an-
swers for Sigma Chi; William Angst,
'42E, for Beta Theta Pi; and Rudy
is representative for Phi Delta Theta.
The Hiawatha Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. today at the Union for
election of officers. All Upper Penin-
sula students are invited, and re-
freshments will be served following
the meeting.
PANHELLENIC MEETING s
There will be an important
meeting of all Panhellenic repre-
sentatives and alumni advisers at
4:15 p.m. today in the League,
Virginia Morse, '43, president, an-
nounced 'yesterday. Complete at-f
tendance will be expected.

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.Spring

Hit Song Of JGP Skyrockets
To Fame With Charlie Barnet

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modifications, has definite stage and
"sax" appeal, while sitting securely
on the topmost rung of the swing
ladder.
Plus all this background, Barnet
has a sense of humor which goes forth
at the most unexpected times. His
cohorts never know what he will say
or do next and neither does he. All
gags used during his performances
are impromptu.
Likes Swimming, Horses
Next to music he likes swimming
and horses best-in fact he plans to
bring his two race horses from Florida
to the Jamaica Races after the tour.
May 21 will find him booked at the
Panther Room in Chicago, "if the
draft doesn't get me first."
Frances Wayne, Italian singer from1
Bcston, has been with the band one
week. Barnet spotted her in New
York two weeks ago and spent the
intervening time wrangling with her
manager.
Began In High School
Miss Wayne's career in singing be-
gan her senior year in high school,
when she entered an amateur show

on a dare and carried away first
prize. Career and an education at the
education at the University of Boston
soon conflicted and she began mak-
ing appearances at the local night
spots.
Thrilled then and still thrilled, Miss
Wayne said that singing with Bar-
net's band was the very height of her
ambition; she is perfectly content to
stay permanently with him. The gen-
eral trend of thought backstage last
night seined to be that Barnet "is a
swell guy to work for."
Blues In The Night'
Miss Wayne's rendition of "Blues
in the Night" which collected more
applause, whistling and shouting
than the rest of the show, was sung
for the first time last night and with
no rehearsal. "Charlie always pulls
things like that the last minute and
enjoys the result immensely," Miss
Wayne said.
The other outstanding personality
in the band was "Peanuts" Holland,
Negro trumpet player, who sent the
hep-cats scratchin' down the aisle
on the fast ones and purrin' in their
seats on slow ones.

Formal

Former Daily
Junior Editor
To Be Married
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Aaronson of
Washington, D.C., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Frances,
'42, to Mr. Sydney Lewis, son of Mr.
and 'Mrs. J. B. Lewis, of Richmond,
Va.
Miss Aaronson, retiring president
of Alpha Epsilon Phi, is a member of
Wyvern and Mortarboard. She served
as junior Night Editor of The Daily,
programs chairman of J-Hop, pub-
licity chairman of 'WAA, and as dance
chairman of Theatre Arts.
Mr. Lewis, who attends Washing-
ton and Lee University Law School,
is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi of
which he was president in 1939-40.
He is a member of Omicron Delta
Kappa, national men's honorary, of
the student Executive Committee,
and is a contributor to the school's
Law Review.
Although the wedding date has not
yet been set, the marriage will take
place in the early fall.

May N2,
CW.
Group To Hold
Two-Day Meet
Province Convention Features
Dean Lloyd As Guest Speaker
A talk by Miss Alice Lloyd on "A
Sorority's Place in Defense" will
highlight the Province Convention of
Alpha Xi Delta, which is to be held
here tomorrow, Saturday and Sun-
day.
Other speakers include Mrs. Pres-
ton W. Slosson, speaking on "Life in
England," and Mrs.tHoward Quack-
enbush, Grosse Pointe Farms, presi-
dent of the Province.
Included in the two-day convention
are round-table and panel discus-
sions, business sessions, a formal ban-
quet, and the sorority's annual spring
formal which will be held Saturday
in the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room
of the League.
Among the round-table leaders is
Betty Sachs, '43, who will direct a
discussion in which representatives
from each college attending will tell
what the women on their campus are
doing for defense. A discussion on
Panhellenic will be lead by Charlotte
Thompson, '43.

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