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________________THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

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Igiard, Seeley
to Lead Frosh
sping Activity
Miss McCormick Suggests
New Activity To Sup-
plant Pageant
Margaret Ballard was elected
chairman of freshman girls' spring
activity at a meeting of the first year
women held yesterday afternoon in
the ballroom of the League. Jean
Seeley was elected assistant chair-
man.
The other three members of the
central committee who were chosen
at this time are Nina Pollock, fi-
nance chairman and Winifred Bell
and Hazel Hanlon, general commit-
teemen. The central committee is to
decide definitely upon a class activ-
ity, using the suggestions made at
yesterday's meeting, and then will
make definite plans for the presen-
tation of the project in the latter'
part of May.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League and advisor for
freshman class activity, spoke to the
group, saying that since the Fresh-
man pageants of previous years had
not stimulated as much interest as
was desirable, and since they were
not really pageants in the true sense,
but more like dance recitals, a change
might prove valuable. Miss McCor-
mick stated that the class might
choose whatever form of activity it
wished, provided that a large number
of students take part.
Helen DeWitt, '33, president of the
League, presided over the discussion
which followed as to the type of proj-
ect the class would put on. Although
not definitely decided upon, the gen-
eral trend of the discussion favored
some form of outdoor entertainment
such as a street cafe, with dancing
as the evening's entertainment, the
dancing possibly to be in the street.
Margaret Schermack, '33, presi-.
dent of the Judiciary Council, pre-
sided at the elections..
Initiation Held By
Pi Lambda Theta
Fourteen women were honored
with initiation into Pi Lambda
Theta, national honorary educational
fraternity, at formal ceremonies held
last night at the League..
Those admitt'ed' \v te- Marian E.
Webster, '33Ed., Dorothy M. Davis,
'33Ed., Mary Beth Hickman, '33Ed.,
Barbara Andrews, '34Ed., Ruth M.
Kurtz, '34Ed., Elsie M. Hoffmyer,
'33Ed., Elizameth F. Cooper, '34Ed.,
Garnet M. Faught, '33Ed., Elizabeth
I. Hawes, '34Ed., Emma Stewart,i
Grad., Gertrude C. Layton, Grad.,
Margaret E. Bartholic, Grad., E.
Ferme Jensen, Grad., and Mildred'
Drescher, Grad.
A formal banquet followed the in-
itiation, at which Dean Alice C.
Lloyd was guest speaked. Madeline
J. Snyder, '33Ed., president, acted as
toastmistress. Dr. Katharine B.
Greene of the education school, spon-
sor of the organization, was present.
New members of the fraternity are
chosen from the upper 10 per cent of
the School of Education, on faculty
recommendation by the present ros-
ter of the sorority.
During the Schoolmasters' Conven-
tion, which will pbe held next week
in Ann Arbor, the organization will
entertain alumnaemembers at tea.
The .other offiers of Pi Lambda
Theta are Glendon ,olsing, '33Ed.,
vice president; Jene Robinson, '33Ed.,
corresponding secretary; and Jane
Beckett, '33Ed., recording secretary
and treasurer.

In Alienation Case

Annual Military Gala Week-End
Ball To Present Is Foreseen By
Novel Nuriers L o c a I Houses
Carl Moore's Orchestra, Fraternities and sororities are
making plans for a gala week-end
~i'' Irc Singer, FamouS with five formal dances scheduled
rTfang Team Featured for Friday night and one costume
"hard times" party, while Saturday
Plans now being completed for the there will be two dances, and a sup-
fifteenth annual Military Ball indi- per dance on Sunday.
cate that it will be one of the most' Crisp organdie frocks, and shining
colorful dances held on the campus silks will be in evidence at Betsy Bar-
in recent years, it was said yesterday bour House when the annual spring
by Donald E. Knight, '33E, general formal takes place tonight. Lucile
chairman .Root, '34, is in charge of the dinner-
c dance, and Mrs. Leona Diekema and
In addition to the straight music Miss Kathleen Hamm will chaperon.
and novelty numbers that Carl Delta Phi is also entertaining to-
Moore's orchestra will furnish, the night with a formal dance under the
group brings with it a "torch singer direction of Claude Pitts, '33. Among
reported to have created a sensation the guests will be Nettie Turnbull,
in Chicago and other places where '33, Mary Kessberger, '34Ed. Jane
the band has entertained. Moore Thalman, '33, Elizabeth Woodhams,
himself is well-known for his clever '35, Margaret R. O'Brien, '33, Jane
impersonations and his well-balanced Neracher, '34SM, Rosemary Osborne,
program, consisting of all types of '35, Louis Burke, '36, Mary O'Brien,
f popular music. 1 '35, Blanche Ann Tobin, Niles, Ger-
Members of the committee also trude Halpin, Bay City, Margaret
announced that plans have been Poffenberger, Wilmington, D e 1.,
completed to have Bob and Dona Frances Hough, Detroit, and Phyllis
Baker, famous tango team, give an I Brumm, Ann Arbor. The chaperons
exhibition of the dance with which will be Mr. and Mrs. R. T. J. Perring,
they won frist place at the Fiesta Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Blakely,
do Los Angeles tango contest held Detroit; and Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
last summer at Augua Caliente. Hammond, Ann Arbor.
Brother and sister, they have been Dancing to the strains of Pete
dancing in exhibitions and in vaude- Blomquists' orchestra the members
ville for many years and, after their of Gamma Phi Beta will hold its
engagement here, will go on an ex- pledge formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs.
tended tour of South America. Wilfred B. Shaw and Mrs. Ella B.
Another feature that is expected Anderson will attend. Arrangements

Apple Mssom Queer

Pastel Rebellion
Under Way; Black
And Jr/1te Are In
Su
By MAR NY MORRISON
Be it from a desire to feel slinky
or iTe it to protes;t pastels for spring
wear~, the inforlmal trend is to black-
anid-white con;tralst. Yet one must ap-
pear as "jeune fille" as possible, if
only to co-operate with the Colonial
corsages that florists are styling.
Nosing around in trunks as they
returned from vacations, we found a
perfect "swish" English slang im-
portation) of a frock that you'll be;
seeing some night soon. Black and
white checked organze, topped by a
white high roll collar that broadened
into mammoth sleeves, the red sash
knotted into a bow whose ends
streaked to the floor-this you'll see,
and with it red sandals. But the
monkish skullcap truly crowned the
crispness of the spring style, for it
was frosted with tiny white violets
19nd surrounded by a black horsehair
veil. Sort of halo-ish, don't-you-
know.
As a dinner gown to be seen around
town, under one of these mess jack-
ets or floor-length duster wraps, we
saw an ultra-slinky crepe. Closing
the high neck, the pearl buttons also
gave the white accent carried out in
the vast pin-stripe weave organze
sleeves.
And for an economical soul or a
house party where a few "rags" must
go for many, spring brings ingenious
advice. For instance there is the
black slithery affair, called a slip,1
that fits snugly and, swirling at the
right spot, trails ever so slightly. Over
it one wears mess jackets, formalized
organie blouses in polka-dots, bows
and ruffles, or any color or material
jacket one's ingenuity supplies.
SORORITY TO GIVE PARTY
Plans have been completed by
members of Delta Omicron, national
honorary musical sorority, for a ben-
efit card party to be held April 29
at the Barton Hills home of Mrs.
Alexander Dow, patroness. The pro-
ceeds of the party will go to the
scholarship fund of the organization.
STADIUM RIDING
ACADEMY
S. Main and Keech Sts. Ph. 22266
Attendant at Stables at All Times

Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Pick
Up;," Majestic. "Cavalcade;" Wuerth,
".The 'Match King.
Convocation:. Saimuel Seabutry,
..Some Contemp:orary Developments
in Municipal Governme-nt," 11I p. in.,
Hill Auditorium.
Exhibits: Ann A 'bor Art Associa-
tion presents selected paintings fromn
the Forty-Fifth Annual American
Artist's Exhibition from the Art In-
stitute of Chicago, 1 to 5t p. in.,
Alumni Memorial Hall.
Performance: "Juniors On Parade"
presented under the auspices of
King's Daughters, 8:15 p. in., Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Dancing: Union Ballroom; League
Grill.
Women's Glee Club TrHo
Entertains Rotary Club
Members of the trio of the Uni-
versity Women's Glee Club enter-
tained with several groups of songs
at the Ladies evening of the Adrian
Rotary Club held last night at Ad-
rian.
The women, Elizabeth Fagg, '33Ed.,
Lucille Lucas, '34SM, and Maxine
Maynard, '35, featured several col-
lege songs, a group of classical num-
bers, and several modern "hit" songs,
among them "This Is No Dream" and
"Play Fiddle Play."
At a business meeting held Wed-
nesday night the Glee Club planned
the remainder of its season's pro-
gram. A concert is to be given at
Blissfield on May 3 by the entire club.
And the last event of the year will
be a formal concert on May 5 at
the League, for the benefit of the
League Undergraduate Fund.

-Assoeiat dfress Photo
Jorgen Dietz, Los Angeles chemical
cal engineers, has charged in a $60,-
000 alienation of affections suit that
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., stole the love
of his former wife (above). Mrs.
Dietz is pictured in Copenhagen.
Open House To Be Held,
By Martha Cook Today
Martha Cook residents will be
hostesses to more than 350 guests
from the various dormitories this
afternoon at their first open house.
The women at Mosher-Jordan, Betsy
Barbour, Helen Newberry, Adelia
Cheever, and Alumnae House have
been warmly urged by the entertain-
ment committee to attend.
Jean Perrin, '33, general chairman,
stated yesterday that the object of
the open house was to help break
down the barriers, which uncon-
sciously arise when there is no means
of contact, between the residents of
the different dormitories.
Informality is to be the keynote of
the afternoon's program, Miss Per-
rin said. There will be dancing in the
blue room and tea is to be served
buffet style in the dining room. All
the guests are invited to tour the
building with groups, arranged for
that purpose.
Judge Scab ury To Meet
Members Of Delta Chi

-Associated Press Photo
Fraancoise May, daughter of the
Belgian ambassador to the United
States, has been selected as "Queen
Shenandoah X" to reign over the an-
nuai Shenandoah appie blossom fes-
tival in Virginia early in May.

to be enthusiastically received, and is
being attempted this year because of
the effort the committee is making!
to provide unusual entertainment,
according to Knight, is the silent
drill squad, composed of 24 members
of the Reserve Officers Training
Corps. This type of exhibition was
termed one of the most difficult, yet
one of the most interesting things,i
when perfected that the committee
could schedule. With all men work-
ing in unison without there being a
command spoken it presents a sight
well worth seeing, it was said.
In addition to the above there will
be the annual Scabbard and Blade
presentation of new members, initiat-
ed recently. The organization is an
honorary fraternity for students in
the R. O. T. C.
Last night it was announced that
the sale of tickets is proceeding with
such rapidity that all who mean to
attend the Ball should procure theirs
within the next few days at the
latest. The last count showed that
more than 210 of the maximum of
250 have already been sold and a
number of others have been asked
for. They are being distributed at the
Union Main Desk, at R. O. T. C.
Headquarters, and through the com-
mittee.
given to the highest scorers in both
auction and contract.
Mrs. Frank B. Ohlinger, chairman
of the club's social committee, and
Mrs. C. E. Edsill, assistant chairman,
planned the affair.
WATCH REPAiRS,
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HALLER'S
State Street Jewelers

have been made by Beatrice Graham,
'35.
Ella May Broome is in charge of
the formal to be held at Kappa Delta
tonight. Mrs. Anna Dillingham will
chaperon.
A formal initiation banquet will#
precede the dance at the Lambda Chi
Alpha chapter house. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Blott will be present. Floyd
Hartman, '35, is dance chairman, and
the music is to be furnished by Wil-
bur Muehlig's orchestra.
Merry couples in "hard times"
costumes will be present tonight at
Sigma Nu's dance which is under the
direction of George Squibb, '33E. Dr.
and Mrs. Lowell J. Carr will chap-
eron.
Saturday night Alpha Delta Pi will'
hold a dance at which Mrs. A. Has-
tey, Mrs. O. N. Smith and Dr. Leslie
Rittershofter and Mrs. Rittershofer
will be present. Phyllis Williams, '33,
has made the arrangements.
Phi Kappa is entertaining with an
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MRS. PEARSON TO LECTURE'
"The Magic of the Mind" is the
subject of a lecture to be given today
in the League by Mrs. E. N. Pearson
of Detroit. Mrs. Pearson has made
a study of the philosophies and re-
ligions of the world.

THE FIFTH AVENUE
COSMETIC SHOP
New Location, 300 South State St.
(Next to Mary Lee Shop)

informal radio party for which
Charles Duerr, '34E, has made the
plans. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Buckley
are to chaperon.
Theta Xi is holding an informal
supper-dance Sunday night which
will be chaperoned by Mr. Henry
Kendall. Nelson, Shaw, '34, is in
charge of the party.

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Judge Samuel T. Seabury will be
entertained by the members of the
Delta Chi fraternity at an informal
gathering today at five o'clock. Judge
Seabury is a member of Delta Chi
'from the Law School of New York
University.
The members of the fraternity will
meet him at the station. It is planned
that at the time of arrival an air-
plane marked with the Delta Chi
symbols will fly overhead.
Mrs. Frank B. Ohlinger
. Chairman Of Clulhb Party
The annual social afteroon of the{
Ann Arbor Woman's Club was held
yesterday in the League in the form
of a benefit card party. Forty tables
competed for the prizes, three being

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The above picture i of a clever T-
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To the left, we have a sensational
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combined, with a smart boulevard
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