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Saturday, February 12, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Saturday. February 12, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pa a e Three

Fraternities Seek To Start
An Artificial Boom Here
Michigan's fraternities will make a sel Price and Mr. and Mrs. Marland
belated effort to start an artificial B. Small, of Ann Arbor, and Phi
boom today and tomorrow when they Kappa Psi, with Mr. and Mrs. Reed
will proposition the butcher, the baker Bachmann of Detroit, and Mr. and
and the candlestickmaker in an effort Mrs. Charles Hummer as chaperons,
are also giving house-parties.
At Delta Sigma Delta a formal din-
ner preceded tonight's Hop, which
will be followed by a breakfast tomor-
row. There will also be a dance here
Saturday evening as well as one at
* Phi Kappa Psi. A formal dance is in
progress at the Chi Psi house tonight;
there will be a second tomorrow night.
Acacia will hold an informal dance
and a sleigh ride tomorrow night.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Patch of
Detroit, are chaperons at the Phi
Kappa Sigma house party, Mr. and
Mrs. William F. Morgan of Detroit,
Mrs. Elliot G. Stephenson and Mrs.
This delivery boy, from Zook's Dane W. Poppleton, of Ann Arbor, are
Department Store (of "we can get chaperoning the Psi U. house party,
it for you cheaper" fame) may well and the Phi Sigma Delta house party
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.

oe consiaerea te nero or te nou-.
to float a new loan and hold their
J-Hop functions.
Alpha Sigma Phi and Beta Theta
Pi are giving house parties with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E. DeBaker and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Basom, of Ann
Arbor and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby
Schurz and Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Baker
of Grand Rapids, respectively, as
chaperons. Paul Cook, '39, chairman
of Alpha Sigma Phi activities, an-
nounces a breakfast and formal dance
on Saturday, while Edwin Derby, III,
'39, Beta Theta Pi chairman, an-
nounces a cabaret supper, which was
held tonight before the Hop, and a
breakfast, a formal dance and a
sleigh-ride or theatre party (depend-
ing on the weather) tomorrow.
Other fraternities holding house-
parties are Chi Phi, Kappa Nu, Alpha
Tau Omega and Hermitage. Chi Phi
and Hermitage gave a formal dinner
tonight preceding the dance, and
both will follow the Hop with break-
fasts, as will Kappa Nu. An afternoon
of winter sports will be followed by
an informal dance tomorrow at Chi
Phi, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Owen
and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wendell of
Detroit, are the chaperons. Tomorrow
night will find an informal dance in
progress at Kappa Nu, a formal dance
at Alpha Tau Omega. Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Kessel, of Ann Arbor, are
chaperoning at Kappa Nu; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Carlson and Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Slootmaker, of Grand
Rapids. at Alpha Tau Omega, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Milton Barrett, of
Detroit,at Hermitage. Phi Beta Delta
will give a tea dance Saturday which
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gilbert, of Detroit,
will chaperon.
Delta Sigma Delta, with Dr. and
Mrs. Phillip Northrop and Dr. and
Mrs. George Moore of Ann Arbor, as
chaperons, Chi Psi, chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Perret of Detroit, and
Dr. and Mrs. Bailey of Chicago, Aca-
cia, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Rus-

The crowds, which might do their
shopping, doing their shopping.
David Lipton and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Rosenberg. The Psi U.'s and the
Phi Sigma Delta's gave formal dinners
tonight before the Hop and there will
be breakfasts at these houses follow-
ing the dance. The former fraternity
is also planning a formal dinner dance
uomorrow evening.
Triangle will hold a breakfast Sat-
(Continued on Page 6)
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