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League E ance
Band To Give
Speci a lty Acts
Vocal Quartette, Dixie Music,
'Rhythm Band,' To Be Featured
Among Orchestra's Numbers
Men and women either unescorted
or by couple are welcome to dance to
the music of "Doc" Spracklin and his
orchestra from 9 p. m. to midnight
today in the ballroom of the League.
The features of the evening are the
"rhythm band," which consists of
four pieces: clarinet, drums, bass and
vibraphone. In addition there is a
vocal quartette made up of "Doc,"
Bill Henlin, Charlie Goodell and Tom
McNall.
Other specialty nunbers include
the "band within a band," which
swings out in Dixieland style. The
band members playing in this special-
ty are Bill Henlin, trombone; Tom
Snyder, clarinet; Charlie Goodell,
trumpet; Don Whitefield, drums;
Clark McClellan, piano; Bill Wheat-
ley, bass; and Dwight Daily, tenor
saxcphohe. "Doc" Will offer the vo-
cals.
"Doc's" band, which is the old band
of Gordon Hardy's, who is now serv-
ing in the Navy, offers both "sweet
and swing." His music can be heard
fromn 9 p. m. to midnight every Friday
and Saturday in the ballroom of the
League.
Firais To Be Played
In Volleybatllonest
Rounding the turn and aproaching
the proverbial "last stretch," the vol-
ieyball tournaments are fast drawing
to a close. For on Thursday Sorosis
defeated the heretofore victorious
Jordarn team 37 to 33, and Mosher
chalked up a 35 over Pi Beta Phi's 27.
So the battle looks grim as the gals
don their sneakers to play off for
championship Monday and Wednes-
day. Sorosis will vie with Pi Beta Phi
the first of the week, and then the
winner of that contest will stand
Mosher on Wednesday for the ulti-
mate victory of the year.
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Eighteen Organizations To Give Dates Required Art
Dances Following Harvard Tilt For Admission
-.- onl

Margaret Carol dabriel, '42, daukh-'
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gerald
Gabriel of Detroit, became the bride
of Ensign Geoffrey Gerald Hall, '41,
ion of Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Hall of
Sioux Falls, S. D., recently in De-
troit.
Mrs. Hall is affiliated with Pi Beta
Phi sorority. While attending the
University, Ensign Hall was a mem-
ber of Sphinx, M-Club, Druids, the
track team, and Theta Delta Chi fra-
ternity.
The wedding of Elizabeth Rob-
erts Cornwall, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Edward Cornwall of
I'ew Haven, Conn., to Ensign Thomas
Clark Tilley, son of Dr. and Mfrs.
Morris Palmer Tilley of Ann Arbor,
took place┬░ recently at Christ Epis-
copal Church in New Haven.
Ensign Tilley received his commis-
sion in the U.S.N.R. from midship-
mran's school in Chicago. He is a
graduate of Yale University and at-
tended the University of Michigan
Law School, where he was affiliated
with Phi Delta Phi fraternity and
was a founder of ksurfs.
litiss Tilley graduated from Vas-
sar College, received her master's de-
gree from Wellesley College, and her
doctor's degree in astronomy a short,
time ago from the University of
Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Luther Purdom of
Ann Arbor have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Veitch,
'42, to Pfc. Robert Staley Reinhart of
Camp Edwards, Mass., who is the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Clarence W.-
Reinhart of Monroe.
Miss Purdom is a member of Col-
legiate Sorosis sorority and Mortar-
board.
Pfc. Reinhart is affiliated with Al-
pha Kappa Lambda fraternity and
was a member of Adelphi, Interpre-
tive Arts Society, Play Production
and Choral Union while a student at
the University.
* * *
Lois Jotter, '35, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest V. Jotter of Dayton,
O., was recently married to Dr. Victor'
Macomber Cutter, Jr., of Ithaca,
N. Y. Mr. Cutter is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Cutter of Newton,
Mass., and ,New London, N. H.
Mrs. Cutter received her master's
as well as her bachelor's degrees from'
the University. She is a member of
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and
Sigma Xi and Phi Sigma honor so-

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cieties. She was also a member of
the women's staff of The Daily and
Senior Society while a student in the
University. After leaving here last
spring where she had been acting as
a graduate assistant in the botany
department, she was employed by the
Parke-Davis Co. at Rochester, Mich.,
as a pharmaceutical botanist.
Dr. Cutter, who is a member of the
faculty of Cornell University in the
department of botany, is a graduate
of Tabor Academy and of Dartmouth
College. He is a member of Sigma Xi
and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies.
* * .'.
The wedding of Virginia Van Wag-
oner, '41, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Van Wagoner of Pontiac, and
Arnold: H. Kambly, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold T. Kambly of Ann
Arbor, took place recently in the
First Congregational Church in Pon-
tiac.
Mrs. Kambly was a member of the
Mosher Hall House Council as a stu-
dent in the University. She was an
orientation adviser and was active
on. the Assembly Board.
The young couple will live in Ann
Arbor.
'Hees Are Out
ForDuration,'
FrSay Retailers
No more heels for the duration-
and we're not discussing the man
situation this time.
Yes, high heels are out, according
to the members of a National Shoe
Retailers Association who met in Chi-
cago last week and decided that
"women will be walking instead of
hopping in and out of cars this year
and need comfortable, durable shoes
these days." The'y voted unanimously
to abandon the manufacture of heels
until the war is over.
The manufacturers said that there
was plenty of leather, but that the
government had asked them not to
waste any of it. There can be no
extra decorations of leather bows on
the shoe toes.
When asked to comment on the
new restrictions, the spokesman for
the association stated: "The restric-
tions are all for improving the looks
of women's shoes, which were getting

Eighteen c a m pus organizations
have scheduled activities to climax
the Harvard game today. Everything
from the most formal to the most in-
formal of dances is on the roster for
this evening's entertainment.
Theta Xi will hold its annual pledge
formal, honoring its twenty - one
pledges, from 9 p. m. to midnight to-
day. The dance, which for the past
eleven years has been held in the
League ballroom, will take place in
the chapter house in order to reduce
expenses. Decorations will consist of
fraternity crests and pledge pins, and
music will be furnished by Johnny
Anderson and his orchestra.
Special invitations to act as pa-
trons have been sent to Pres. and
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd,
Dean Joseph Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Dean and Mrs.
C. E. Griffin, Dean and Mrs. W. B.
Rea, Col. and Mrs. W. E. Ganoe,
Capt. and Mrs. C. E. Cassidy, Prof.
and Mrs. H. H. Higbie, Prof. and
Mrs. B. F. Bailey, Prof. and Mrs.
W. D. Revelli.
Continuing the list are Prof. and
Mrs. W. P. Wood, Prof. and Mrs.
S.D. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. F.F. Ba-
som, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Buehler,
Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Coxon, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Drury, Dr. and Mrs. T.D.
Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Free-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes.
The Abraham Lincoln Cooperative
house will hold a dance from 9 p. m.
to midnight today. Prof. and Mrs.
R. L. Wilder will chaperon.
A mixer will be held by Allen Rum-
sey House from 7:30 p. m. to 9:30
p. m. today in the recreation room.
The chaperons will be Mrs. E. Herd-
man, housemother of Wenley House,
and Mr. Peter Ostaf in.
Alpha Delta Phi will hold a pledge
formal from 9 p. m. to midnight at
the chapter house. Prof. and Mrs.
Benjamin Wheeler of Dexter, and
Prof. and Mrs. E. B. Ham will chape-
ron the affair.
Alpha Kappa Psi has planned aI
big week-end. They will hold a
court of honor, followed by a house
dance from 9 p. m. to midnight to-
day, which will be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ashton of
Royal Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
,Wixon. The initiation of three new
members will be held tomorrow.
Alpha Sigma Phi has scheduled
a radio dance to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight today at the chapter
house. The chaperons will be Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Reisdorf of High-

land Park and Major and Mrs.
Renner.
Chi Phi will hold a dance from 9
p. m. to midnight at the chapter house
today. Chaperoning will be Mr. and
Mrs. Orr of Detroit and Mrs. H. E.
Yntema. Jack Beckerman's orchestra
will furnish the music.
A radio dance will be held by Delta
Upsilon from 9 p. m. to midnight at
the chapter house. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. James Ster-
mer will chaperon.
Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold
their pledge formal from 9 p. m. to
midnight at the chapter house to-
day. They have substituted records
for an orchestra for the sake of the
Bomber Scholarship Fund. Mr. and
Mrs. Matt Mann, Prof. and Mrs.
Arthur Van Duren and Mrs. J. S.
Owen will chaperon, the affair.
Lambda Chi Alpha will hold a
dance from 9 p. m. to midnight at the
chapter house today. The chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Zemke and
Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Nissle.
Phi Delta Theta will hold their
pledge formal from 9 p. m. to mid-
night at the chapter house today. Dr.
and Mrs. Coxon, Mr. and Mrs. E. Q.
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Solar will
chaperon.
Phi Epsilon Pi will hold an informal
dance from 9 p. m. to midnight at the
chapter house today. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Miller of Detroit and Mr. and
Mrs. B. Ungar of Cincinnati will
chaperon.
Phi Sigma Delta will top off their
week-end with an informal dance to
be held from 9 p. m. to midnight at
the chapter house today.
The Robert Owen Cooperative
House has scheduled a dance to be
held from 9 p. m. to midnight today.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold a
radio dance from 9 p. m. to midnight
at the chapter house today. Walter M.
Gibson and Major Bernard Vollrath
will chaperon.
Sigma Alpha Mu will hold a dance
from 8:30 p. m. to midnight at the
chapter house today.
Theta Delta Chi will hold a dance
from 9 p. m. to midnight at the
chapter house today.
Williams House will hold an infor-
mal barn dance from 9 p. m. to mid-
night at Saline Valley Farms today.
Zeta Beta Tau will hold an informal
dance from 9 p. m. to midnight at the
chapter house today. The chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bothman
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kessel.

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