7~llE MI4YIUGA1~ DAILV
Recordings To Furnish Music;
Members Of 'HiIlelzapoppin',
Recent Show, To Entertain
Hillel members and their guests
will "dance for defense" from 9 p.m.
to midnight today in the League Ball-
room, for proceeds of the annual
spring formal will go to the Bomber
Co-chairmen Sylvia Forman, '42,
and Robert Morrison, '43, will be ac-
companied by Robert Ceisler, '42L,
and Janet Lewin, '43, respectively.
Grace Freudberg, '45, Hillel's new
social chairman, will be the guest of
Ralph Berlow, A43. Samuel Rosen, '44,
new Council president will bring
Shirley Shanick, '45, while David
Chrone, '43, and Robert Warner, '43,
student directors, will accompany
Elsie Gitlow, '43, and Doris Rosen-
shine, '45, respectively.
Cast To Sing
Minus an orchestra, so that the
Bomber Scholarship fund may bene-
fit, the dancers will swing and sway
to records, of which there will be a
"tremendous assortment" according
to Miss Forman.,
Entertainment will be provided
during intermission, by members of
the cast of "Hilleizapoppin'." recent
-stunt show. Eileen Blum, '45, will
sing; Art Mayer, '44, will play and
sing an original song; Dewey Jac-
obs, '44, will give a comic monologue;'
and Harry Miller, '45, will do a dance.
Flowers To Be Sold
Flowers will be sold at the dance,
the proceeds of which will go to the
Jewish National Fund, Tickets are
on sale at the Foundation, and may
also be obtained from various stu-
dent representatives on campus. Ad-
mission will be free to members but
there is a charge to non-members.
Dorothy Munro Wins
Fellowship Awa rd
The Alumnae Council announces
th i te war o aoline H ulb ard
Munro, '43BAd, of Fairfield, a.
Miss Munro has specialized in the
field of economics and received her
bachelor's degree from the University
in 1941 graduating with distinction.
As an avocation she is interested in
creative sculpture and has had work
on display in the Fine Arts Exhibitio
frte past tree years.
Funds to finance the award were
given by the Kalamazoo Group of
Michigan Alumnae in memory of -
Caroline Hubbard Kleinstueck, '75,
the first woman to receive a master's
degree from the University.
Aha ! Another Victim
PORTLAND, Ore.-AN)-Mrs. Ben-
t ita Oudit, first aid class graduate,
saw a man fall on a downtown street,
and rushed to the rescue. She slipped
and was taken to the hospital with
a possible leg fracture.
A square dance for all graduate
and professional students and fac-
ulty, sponsored by the Graduate Out-
ing Club and Council, will be held
today at 9 p.m. in the Ra('khalmn
Summer, when one so often goes
without a hat, is the time to wear
giddy ornaments in the hair. A bit
of lace in the evening, a bow, some
small jewels, fresh or artificial flow-
ers, bunches of fruit, or cool green
leaves, enhance curls.,
Spring Dance Co-Chairman And Guest
ROBERT CEISLER and SYLVIA FORMAN
Group To Defy Rai n Tre at
WitiCnics, Formal T oday
To Be Effective
Regular hours, plenty of time for
studying, the routine of college life -
that's what will make up the life of
the freshman woman next fall when
the new deferred rushing rules as set
up by the Panhellenic Council go into
From the Monday j1f Orientation
Week next September to Feb. 13,
1943, sorority women and freshmen
will have to ration their time to...
gether, for unless there is as little
contact as possible between them, '
each party wvill be subject to fine
No Prearranged Meetings
Still more specific is the rule pro-
hibiting prearranged meetings or in-
vitations. to be extended between
freshman and sorority women. This
does not apply, however, to sisters,
whose contacts will not be restricted
in any way. Patrons, alumnae, tin-
affiliated transfers and pledges will
find their activities curtailed in the
same manner as affiliated sorority
With uninterrupted evenings of
study from the beginning of the sem-
ester, freshman women will have a
good start towards making higher
grades--an objective which will be
uppermost in the mind of each since
only those with a C average or bet-
ter will be eligible to be rushed. The
introduction of this rule will make it
possible for the pledges to be in-
itiated early in the second semester.
To Begin Feb. 13
Rushing will extend from Satur-
day, Feb. 13, to Wednesday, Feb. 24,
with the schedule of parties similar
to that of fall rushing. Teas, des-
serts, luncheons, buffet suppers, andl
formal dinners will fill the days of
the second-semester freshman who
has proven herself to be eligible.
Intensive upperclass rushing will
not be changed from the system this
year. From Saturday, Oct. 3, to Oct.
14, each house may give as many
functions as desired within a certain
schedule.u nfral ruhn wil be1 -
Gloria Donen To Be
H ea d Of Or ien ta tion
Fo r F all T ransfe rs
Gloria Donen, '43, r'ecently received
the appointment of chairman of
transfer orientation for next fall, re-
placing Marjorie Green, '43, who has
accepted a position as Account Man-
ager of The Daily.
Miss Donen served as freshman or-
ientation adviser last year, is treas-
urer of Alpha Epsilon Ph~i, and a
member of the Hillel Council.-
Other newly appointed officers
serving on her committee are Betty
Kefgen, '43, adviser-at-large; and
Marjorie Lovejoy, '44, secretary. Ann
Kahn, '44SM, Barbara Pierson,
'44SM, and June Amitio, '44SM, are
School of Music advisers.
Recently elected officers of Michi-
gan Christian Fellowship House are:
president, Robert Steffensen, '43E;
adtreasurer Donald Brown, '45DE
Spectators at the WAA "Sports-
day," to be held at 9 a.m. today at
Palmer Field and Barbour Gym, will
be busy keeping tab on the various
tournmnents anid also attending the
Crop and Saddle Club's 18th Annual
The WAA Board and members of
various clubs of the association will
act as "hostesses for a day" to wom-
en from four nearby colleges. The
program for the day will include
several tournaments to. be held
among University of Toledo, Ypsi-
lanti College, Michigan State Col-
lege, Kalamazoo College and a Uni-
versity of Michigan representation.
Fencing and badminton contests
will be played at Barbour and Wa-
terman gymnasiums, and Palmer
Field will be the scene of tennis
matches and archery play. A golf
tournament will take place at the
University Golf Course. Three wom-
tn from each visiting college-and
iiw University will participate in
each of the tournaments.
Dr. Bell To Speak
Dr. Margaret Bell will give the
welcoming speech and act as toast-
mistress for the luncheon which will
be served at 1 p.m. at the W.A.B.,
following the morning 's activity. The
tennis finals will be completed in the
afternoon, but guests and members
who aren't in this event may attend
the Crop and Saddle Club Horse
Besides taking part in the tourna-
ments, visitors and members of Crop
and Saddle will compete in a special
event of the horse show.
More than 70 entries have been
made for the show, which will be held
at 2 p.m. today at the Golfside Rid-
The public is invited to attend the
.ow, and there is no charge for ad-
mission. Buses will leave at 1 :35
Spanisgh Club Tea
To Honor Couple
A t League Sunday
The members of La Sociedad His-
pan ica will hold a tea from 3 p.m.
to 5 p m. Sunday at the League in
honor of Norma Bennett, '4lBAd',
and Claude Hule t, '42, whose engage-
muent has recently been anhounced-.
Miss Bennett was vice president of
the Sociedad in 1940-41, and Mr. Hu-
let has served as its president this
year. Receiving with them, will be
Prof. and Mrs. Hayward Keniston.
The guests will include faculty
members of the Department of Ro-
mance Languages, and members of
the club. Mrs. W. W. Blume, Mrs.
Julio del Toro, Mrs. C. N. Staubach
and Mrs. C. P. Wagner will be in
charge of the tea service.
Entertainment will consist of a
program of songs by Mrs. C. E. Vhi-
sides, and piano numbers by Mrs.
Elisa Ortiza Eulista. The officers
of the Sociedad will serve as the
social committee for the affair.
p.m. from the Engineering Arch to
take all rider s and as many spec-
tators as possible to the stables.
Besides an event for the members
ofthe Cop and Saddl Club, there
on campus there will be a Univer-
sity of Michigan men's class, and,
also, a University women's class.
Events for boys and girls of high
school age and for children will be
Couples To Participate
A jumping event will be an open
class, and a feature of the horse
show will be a pair class. Couples,
made up of a member of the Crop
and Saddle Club and a member of
the Cadet Officers' Riding Club, will
take part in this event.
Concluding the list of events is
the intercollegiate class, which will
be made up of three representatives
from each visiting school attending
"Sportsday." University of Michigan
will be represented in this event by
the winner and two runner-ups of
the Crop and Saddle Club event.
Between events the Cadet Officers
Rihfng Club will present a drill, and
Mrs. Erwin J. Gardner will exhibit
Yesterday the engagement of Rae
Gustafson, '42, to Jghn A. Rookus,
Jr., '42, was announced at the formal
dinner preceding the spring formal
of Gamma Phi'Beta. Favors at each
place contained the surprise an-
nouncement. All the girls were given
Miss Gustafson is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Gustaf son, of
Riverside, Ill. She is a member of
Gamma Phi Beta, Scroll, and during
the past year has served as Wman's
Mr. Rookus, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Rookus, of Detroit, is a
I member of Clhi Phi, Sphinx and
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Stolpe of Benton
Harbor have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Caroline, to
Attorney Dale A. Seymour, '33L. Mr.
Seymour, who has been practicing
law in Benton Harbor for two years,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan A.
Seymour of Ann Arbor. He is affil-
iated with Pi Kappa Alpha and was
a member of the University track
team in 1930.
* * *
Janette E. Miller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul D. Miller of Traverse
City has set August 8 as the date of
her marriage to William A. Wads-
worth, '43, the son of Mrs. H. M.
Wadsworth, also of Traverse City.
Mr. Wadsworth is afjfiliated with
Theta Xi fraternity.
her five-gaited stallion, " ilver-
Capt. Enver Demokan, a cavalry
member of the Turkish army, will
wil be eawarded to the winnersbof
the events, but no trophies will be
given this year due to the war effort.
The winner of the Crop and Saddle
event will have her name engraved
on a cup, passed on to the winner of
this event each year.
In case of rain plans have tbeen
mnade for the show to be held inside..
Members of Crop and Saddle Club
are to meet at 1:30 p.m. at Barbour
Gym, instead of at the Engineering
Dark -Hiorse Band
Is Leading Pol
For Senior Bal
By CHARLES THATCHER
Baring an incredible plot to sabo-
tage this year's Senior Ball, to be held
May 29, Ball chairman Tom Wil-
liams, '42E, yesterday disclosed that
unless all remaining tickets were sold
immediately, the dance would be held
to the music of Buck Dawson and his
Continuing ' investigation on the
part of the Ball committee has al-
ready uncoverdd an attempt to stuff
the balot box in the band voting, and
5,000 votes for Dawson and his or-
chestra have already been discredited.
However, Williams said, unless
more votes are received for other
bands, it will be necessary to credit
many of the Dawson votes,- and in
compliance with advance publicity
it will be necessary to try to contract
the most popular band.
Dawson disclaims all knowledge of
the voting, but has said that he is
willing to play if the balloting is in
Although details are being withheld
pendig furthr investigation itswas
ing was being fostered by Tom Col-
lins, '42E, the same mysterious person
who yesterday substituted his name
for that of Chairman Williams in a
Senior Ball story in The Daily.
A rumor that the enemies of the
Ball also intend to spread a thin but
effective coating of glue over the
I-M Building floor the day of the
dance is being checked, Williams said.
Newly elected officers of Betsy
Barbour House have just been an-
nounced for the year 1942-43. Thelma
Hauer, '43, will serve as president,
with Carol Lewis, '43, assisting her
in the po'sition of vice-president. Lois
O'Brien, '45, will hold the office of
secretary, while Ann Podoley, '44,
was elected treasurer. Chairman of
the social activities is Joan List, '45,
and Assembly representative will be
Barbara Griffity, '45.
Sportsday' nd 1th Annual Horse Sow
To Be Given By Riding Club, WAA Today
Despite the receent threats of a
spring shower. fifteen groups have
scheduled activities for today. Pic-
nics, dinners, formal and informal
dances are all on the roster for the
Adams House heads the list with
a picnic to be held from 5 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. in the Arboretum. Mrs.
Hunt and Dr. Myers, both of Adams
House, will chaperon the affair.
Alpha Chi Omega is holding a
'spring formal from 9 p.m. to mid-
night at the chapter house. Chap-
er ons will be Dr. and Mrs. Peter
Crabtree and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Alpha Omicron Pi is having a for -
mal dance at the chapter house from
9 p.m. to midnight. It will be chap-
eron'ed by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. George Bourne-
man and Mrs. Robert Burton.,
Collegiate Sorosis will give a spring
formal at the chapter house from 9
p.m. to midnight, chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. John C. Garrels of Grosse
Ie and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Laughead
Delta Gamma will hold a dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the chap-
ter house. The affair will be chap-
eroned by Prof. and Mrs. S. A. Gira-
ham and Prof. and Mrs. M. 11. Wa-
Delta Tan Delta will hold a dinner
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 3.
at the chapter house. Mr. and Mvs.
L. W. Bush will chaperon
East Quadrangle is having an or-
chestra dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
night at the East Quadrangle. Chap-
erons will be Mrs. J. Kahlenbacli,
Mrs. C. Lee, Mis C. Lobdell and
Mrs. D. Poppleton.
Kappa Alpha Theta will hold a
dinner before their spring formal at
7 p.m. to midnight at the chapter
house. . Mrs. Paul Kireher, Mrs. Ha-
zel Overton and Mrs. Ruth Smith
Phi Alpha Kappa will hold a party
at the chapter house from 7 p.m. to
1 a.m. It will be chaperoned by Dr.
and Mrs. Martin Batts of Grand
Rapids and Mr. and Mirs. Clarence
Kooistra of Ann Arbor,
Phi Beta Pi is having a spring
formal from 9 l).m. to midnight at.
the chapter house. Chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bason, Jr and
Mmr. and Mrs. L. E. Mull.
Phi Rho Sigma is holding a dance
from 9 i).m. to midnight at the chap-
ter house. Dr. William Brace of Ann
Arbor and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Borden
of Crestline, 0., will chaperon.
Phi Sigma Kappa will hold a dance
from 9 p-m. to midnight at the chap-
ter house. It will be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelsey and Mr.
and Mrs. E. McCoy.
Tau Beta Pi is having a spring
formal from 9 p.m. to midnight at
the Barton Hills Country Club. Prof.
Lee 0. Case and Prof. Axel Man
Wenley hiouse will hold a picnic
Irom 3 p.m. to midnight at Saline I
Valley Farms. Mrs. E. 1). lerdman
and Mr. J. B5rown Farrior, both of
Wenley llouse, will chaperon.
Windhl H 1 fi se will h ave a picnic
from 4 p.m. to 11 :3() p.m. at Delhi
Ra pids. Huron Rtiv( rn. Mrs.. Katherine
M. Wygant and Dr'. Jlolm~ Arthos
wil chaperon teaffair
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