List of Patrons
'Michigan Memories' Is Theme;
Patricia Ross and Lyn Lucas
Will Be Featured as Vocalists
Among the patrons and patron-
esses for "M-Hop", the Frosh-Soph
Ball, which will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.n. today in the Union Ball-
room, will be the following:
President and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven,
Vice-President and Mrs. S. W. Smith,
Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
W. I. Bennett, Dean and Mrs. I. C.
Crawford, Dean and Mrs. S. T. Dana,
Dean and Mrs. C. E. Griffin, and
Dean and Mrs. E. H. Kraus,
The list also includes: Dean Alice
C. Lloyd, Assistant Dean and Mrs.
.A. H. Lovell, Assistant Dean C. T.
Olmsted, Assistant Dean and Mrs.
W. B. Rea, Assistant Dean and Mrs.
. 'A. Walter, Miss Ethel A. Mc~or-
mick, and Registrar and Mrs. I. M.
Making his first appearance on
campus, Clyde Lucas and his 16-
piece band will furnish the music
for this affair. Patricia Ross, vocalist,
is now starring with this orchestra.
Theme Is 'Memories'
The theme of the dance is "Michi-
gan Memories" and will be built
around the customs and traditions
most typical of life on the Michigan
-The central committee and their
guests include Stan Wallace, '45, and
Edna Sott, co-chairmen, who will
attend the dance with Elaine Ann
Hollendel, of Chicago, and Hammer
Lefkoff, '45, respectively. Ruth Ma-
loney, '45, who is in charge of pro-
grams, will be accompanied by Ace
Cory, '45. Larry Loftus, '45, who
also headed this committee, is now
in the army.I
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New Campus Leaders as Announced at Rally
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MARY JUNE HASTREITER NANCY HATTERSLEY
These new officers, who were announced at th e Installation Rally last Monday night, are Miss
Hastreiter, '44, renlacing Virginia Morse, '43, as Panhellenic president; Miss Hattersley, '44, suee~eding
Nancy Filstrup, '43, as WAA head, and Miss Barr, '44Ed, who replaces Betty Newman, '43, as president of
Assemhbly. Miss Hlastrelter is a member of Delta Gamina, and Miss Hattersley is affiliated with Pi Beta Phi.
To Hold Second
Continuing the grand start that
it made at its first Open House, the
Freshman Project will hold another
function at the League next Satur-
"All soldiers are invited and all
women on campus are urged to at-
tend," according to Jean Gaffney,
general chairman. The central com-
mittee has planned to entertain the
servicemen with dancing to jukebox
recordings, bridge, checkers, and
Last Saturday night, due to a mis-
chance, both the Open House and,
the Latin American Society Dancing
Class were scheduled to use the
Grand Rapids Room. Raturally,
there was some confusion; Harry
James and tango music vied with
each other for the dancers' atten-
tion. However, a conpromhise was
soon reached; the Latin Americans
led the soldiers and the hostesses
in a rousing Conga line, after which
the swing Music took over.
The following elections were re-
cently announced: Alpha Omega:
Raymond B. Robins, '44D, president;
Samuel Krohn, '44D, vice-president;
Alex L. Weinberg, '44D, secretary;
Philip Hertz, 144D, treasurer; Ken-
neth B. Small, 144D, house manager,
and Morton Lesser, '44D, sergeant-
at-arms. Theta Chi: Arlie Reagan,
'43, president; Milton Kettler, '45,
vice-presideit; James Fredrickson,
'44, secretary, and Kent Hopkins, '44,
treasurer. Theta Chi also announces
the freshiten who have been pledged:
William Wood, Edward Carey, Rob-
ert Hudson, Jack Brown, and Jerry
New Posilions Open
To Junior Women
Interviewing of junior women for
the three executive positions on the
committee of the Personnel Admin-
istration division of the Women's
War Council will take place from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, ac-
cording to Geraldine Stadelman, '44,
Junior women are requested to
come to the Interviewrand bring
their ideas with them for placing
women students in positions avail-
able in ground work, clerical work,
hospital work and local shop work.
Jane Elspass Weds
Ensign David Laing
The marriage was announced of
Jane Elspass, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Elspass of Lake-
wood, 0., and Ensign David G. Laing,
USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bruce
Laing of Dowagiac.
Mrs. Laing was a member of Delta
Delta Delta and women's editor of
the Michiganensian- in 1939 when
Ensign Laing was editor. Ensign
Laing was editor of the Michigan
Law Review, received his degree from
the law school in 1942, and is a mem-
ber of Trigon and Phi Delta Phi,
When I read Nancy Groberg's let-
ter stating that Chester Kallman
had something for saying that Ches-
ter Kallman had something. Yes, in-
deed, Groberg is deep, as deep as
Kallman, I believe. And so, in view
of all this, and in order to make the
Michigan campus aware of the geni-
us of its midst, I've written a poem
to Groberg. I hope you will publish
it. Here it is:
Ode to Groberg
Don't fancy Nancy,
A sweet, little pansy,
For Nancy has panning to do.
You may be a man, see?
But fancying Nancy
A pansy, would not be quite true.
So fancy your sweethearts, your
buddies and friends
As the ones who'll be kindest to
But don't fancy Nancy
A sweet little pansy,
For Nancy don't fancy you, do!
Editor's Note: This letter was
received yesterday and is referring
to "Ode to Kallman", seen on the
editorial page of the Daily Fashion
Supplement, April 7.
Eleanor MacLaughlin, '46,
Rosemary Klein, '46, patrons,
Soldiers To Join
In Fun Tonight
Rec-Rally is on the loose again.
In other words, the latest sports
evening will be in full swing from
8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. tomorrow at
Barbour and Waterman gyms with
square dancing to polish off the
Members. of the recreational lead-
ership class, sponsored by the phys-
ical education department, will be
on hand to act as hostesses in addi-
tion to supervising the various sports
and games. Phebe Scott, '44Ed, and
Ann Herzog, '43, head the commit-
tee in charge of the rally.
Soldiers with or without dates are
especially invited to attend, as spe-
cial provisions are being made for
their entertainment. There will be
but a slight admission charge.
Square dancing to an orchestra
imported directly from the grange,
according to the rally committee,
will begin at 9:30 p.m., although the
sports and games will continue
throughout the evening.
Among the sports and games to
be offered are badminton, volleyball,
darts, bowling, shuffleboard, ping-
pong, and deck tennis. All sorts of
parlor games will be going. on in
"Oddity Hall", with prizes awarded
to the winners of the games.
Past experience at Rec-Rallies
deems it wise to come dressed infor-
mally for the occasion.
The groups that have been espe-
cially invited to attend the sur-
gical dressing unit, which will be
open from 1 p.m. to. 5 p.m. today
in the League, include Alpha Del-
ta P1, Alphat Phi, Zone I1, Zone
IV, Adelia Cheever, WAA Board,
and Assembly Board.
have as their respective escorts
Charles Cook, '46, and Arthur Geib,
'44E. Allen Daskal, '46E, and Harry
Scott, '46; publicity, will accompany
Betty Hendel, '46, and Thea Mac-
Jean Glass, '46, will be the guest
of Joe Warner, '45t, tickets. Cather-
ine Sauer and Selig Vstroff, decora-
tions, Will attend with Tom Lund,
'46E, and Kathleen Zaller, '46, re-
Interviewing for junior positions
on the central committee of the
surgical dressing unit will be held
from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. next
Wednesday and Thursday, April 14
and 15, it was announced by Jean
Whittemore, '44, chairman of the
Students interested in any of the
positions need not fill out a petition
as is customary, but will merely be
interviewed at the time stated above.
Among the five positions on the
central committee is equipment
chairman, who is in charge of open-
ing and closing the unit, setting up
equipment, and purchasing any nec-,
essary materials. The position of at-
tendance chairman is concerned
with keeping a record of the attend-
ance and instructors' hours.
The shipping chairman handles
the packing and shipping of the
dressings, while the receiver is in
charge of receiving the gauze from
the Red Cross and any sewing that
is necessary. Publicity chairman
sees that weekly notices appear in
The Daily, and that the unit is gen-
erally well publicized.
The new chairmen will take over
the unit the following week and will
continue next year. In this way they
will become acquainted with their
jobs while the present committee
is still here to give them any help'
they may need.
Students at Michigan State Nor-
mal College in Ypsilanti will be re-
quired to live in campus dormitories,
the State Board of Education ruled
this week. The measure will take
'ffect in the summer session, and,
only exceptions will be students
whose homes are in Ypsilanti.
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