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April 28, 1934 - Image 5

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olorful Gowhs Noted At Military Ball Last Night AtMichigait


Miss Scheidt
AndKolb Lead
Grand March
Arch Of Sabres Formed In
Center Of Floor; R.O.-
T.C Men I Uniformns
With the blare of trumpets an-
nouncing the grand march of the
Military Ball last night at the Union,
all eyes were centered on the 16 cou-
ples forming the sabre arch in the
center of the floor.
Led by Fredrick S. Kohl, chairman,
who had as his guest Pauline Scheidt,
Ann Arbor, the couples filed through
the arch and formed a large block
before the photographer's camera.
The committeemen and other mem-
bers and officers of the R.O.T.C. unit
presented a formal, martial aspect
in olive uniforms with their shining
brass and polished leather.
Light pastel spiing formals, se-
lected by many of the women, added
the necessary colorful touch in con-
trast to the stiffness of this military
scene, Miss Scheidt wore a smartly
designed American beauty crepe
which featured accordian pleaited
ruffles starting at the shoulders and
coming down to the waist in a cape,
and an accordian pleated flounce
around the skirt forming a train in
Leopold In Blue
Various shades of blue found pop-
ularity with several of the guests of
the committeemen. Katherine Leo-
pold, attending with John Odell,
chose aquamarine crepe; Mary Brimi-
john, with Parke Sager, wore a sim-
ply cut pale shade in crepe; and Doris
Vater, with Charles Framberg, ap-
peared in Alice blue with ruffles on
the shoulders and edging the back
White chiffon with a satin stripe
and large black dots was fashioned
into a clever gown for Helen Clark,
escorted by Stanley Killian; and
Rachel Lease, the guest of Henry!

Michigan Alumna, Pharmacist,
Depicis Former College IDays
By CAROL HANAN lation there were no big social af-
Graduating from the University 45 fairs to keep us out, so," she laughed,
years ago as the one woman in the "I guess we didn't need them."
Pharmacy school and the only one "Of course we went out," she con-
who had yet put her training to prac- tinued, "but to begin with most of the
tical use is the distinction belonging men imported girls from Ypsilanti,
to Miss Julia E. Emanuel, '89, of Fort and even if they didn't, a 'date' would
Wayne, Ind. consist of either a buggy ride, with
Miss Emanuel, who was here re- Ypsilanti as the goal, or the theatre
cently on a short visit, is a smartly at the Whitny opera house."
dressed modern business woman Graduation exercises were held in
greatly enthusiastic over the many ei y Hnow , weinct auditorium at Uni-
changes in the campus. She had been 1stuY Hall, which easily seated the
vice-president of her class, an honor 431 students that made up the entire
seldom bestowed on a woman. g -n r lating class.
"We wee pretty much o Tour own,"ImnielLati d tond the exercises Miss
Miss Emanuel said. "There were no mianuel preela tan anecdetra-at
closing hours, no University-inspect- might go to prove that undergradu-
ed houses to live in, and it wasn't atesn ofwthe '80's:sought the hi her
unusual for both men and women to learning with more avidity than is
live in th e same boarding house." -ri're1fotasohy.
But along with the absence of regu- hg r icr Cla VinPharmacy
- ~ wasa Prof. Victor C. Vaughan, a'
gentleman with so many pressing
Gilfillhn, also selected white, but in duties outside that it was sometimes
organdie with a crimson taffeta sash!impossible for him to meet his class
and brief jacket. at the appointed hour. The students
Betty Hulwick's pink lace had a felt that they were being cheated of
distinctive note in the green velvet their rightful opportunities by so
straps at the shoulder, and green was many "bolts" that they reported the
also used as the contrast with the matter to the Regents who summari-
peach in Jean Durham's gown of ly reported back to the professor.
mousseline de soie. Miss Hulwick The outcome of the affair was that
was escorted by Kenneth Mosier and Professor Vaughn met his class every
Miss Durham by Truman Smith. day from the hours of 5 to 6 p.m.,
Donald Lyon invited Barbara Shu- counted everything on the final to the
ker, Detroit; and Robert Cousins, punctuation and refused to sign their
Eunice Cousins, Northville. sheepskins at graduation, which was
Notables Present 1 then the custom.
As the couples danced by, we no- --
ticed Louise French in an unusual . And
outfit consisting of a yellow blouse of r and es n
embroidered batiste with a black ,
crepe skirt.
Norma Lou Cove and Virginia All- .J cs se'en t
nand each chose becoming new
spring shades. Miss Cove wore a ( La , z
green crepe with maroon. flowers at-
the neck, and Miss Ailmand chose
peach mousseline de soie softy Organdies and laces found greatest
draped. popularity at the spring formal given
Gay Mayer was attractive in flame at the Lawyers Club last night.
! colored lace. The light blue embroidered organ-

Many Houses
To Hold Spring
Parties Toniolht


Closed Inforninals Prove I Chi Omega
Chi Omega sorority wishes to an-
Most Popilar; Victrolas nounce the pledging of Nancy At-
An1dRadios ToBe Usekinson, '36, Bloomfield Hills.
A____ lUDelta Omicron
Spring dances, in spite of all pre- Delta Omicron, national musical
ventions on the part of the weather, sorority, wishes to announce the
have come to Ann Arbor. Thirteen election of Dr. Joseph E. Maddy, pro-
houses are entertaining tonight, with fessor of public school music in the
the closed informal the most popular School of Music, and organizer and
of the party choices.-? director of the National High School
Sponsored by the alumni associa- Orchestra Camp at Interlochen, as
tion, members of Delta Alpha Epsilon cne of the national patrons of the
fraternity are holding an open in- sorority.
formal. Mr. and Mrs. John Wellman Miss Georgia Lightfoot, the new
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lofberg will province president of the sorority
chaperone the dance. from Beta Chapter, Detroit, will be a
Delta Chi fraternity and Pi Lamb- guest of Xi Chapter at the initiation
da Phi fraternity are both holding of new members to be held at 10:30
closed, informal victrola parties. Sunday at the League as well as for
Chaperones at Delta Chi will be Prof. the dinner given there in her honor
and Mrs. Glenn L. Alt and Mr. and afterwards by the aluniae and ac-
Mrs. L. C. Maugh. Mrs. J. Brett will tive members.
be the chaperone at Pi Lambda Phi. Delta Tat Delta
Radio dances are being held at Tau Delta Tau Delta fraternity wishes
Kappa Epsilon fraternity and Phi to announce the pledging of Stuart
Sigma Kappa fraternity. Mr. and Sheill, '37, Glen Ellyn, Ill.
Mrs. Neil Hutchinson will be chap- Kappa Delta
crones at the former informal, while Kappa Delta is holding its annual
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alex Park will chap- Spring Formal tonight, Nancy John-
erone at Phi Sigma Kappa. son, '35, social chairman, being in
Guests at Phi Beta Pi fraternity charge. The music will be furnished
will be Dr. and Mrs. Carlton Pierce. by Charles Gail's orchestra.
The dance will be informal and Several guests from out-of-town
closed. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dunlay are spending the week-end at the
and Dr. Leonard Henemler will chap- chapter house in order to attend the
erone the party to be held at Phi Chi affair. These include Eleanor Riker,
fraternity. Pontiac; Dolly Robbins, Port Huron;
Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Ryan, Flint, Mary Wessborg, Saginaw; Patty Lee,
will be the chaperones at Zi Psi Phi Detroit; and Margaret Snyder, Grand
fraternity tonight. The dance will Rapids.
be informal and closed. The party Mrs. Helen E. Master will act as
was planned by Robert Messiman, chaperone.
35D. Phi Sigma Sigma
A spring formal will be given by Phi Sigma Sigma will hold a for-
members of Theta Kappa Psi fra- mal installation banquet tonight.
ternity. Alumni of the chapter will Mrs. William Angel and Mrs. Hirsch
be guests. Chaperones will b'e Dr. Hootkins will attend the function 'as
and Mrs. Dean H. Myers, and Dr. patronesses. As their guest for the
and Mrs. Harold Gordon. affair, the sorority will entertain Mrs.
Kappa Delta sorority is holding a Edna Babson.
closed spring formal. Wally Gail's
orchestra will play for the dance Prof. . . ames
which has been arranged by Nancy r in
Johnson, '35. Mrs. Helen Master will To LeClure Today
Prof. and Mrs. William McLaugh- Prof. Preston E. James of the ge-
lin, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glerzer, Mr. ography department will give the
and Mrs. George Moe, and Mrs. fourth in a series of lectures spon-
I Maude Thompson will chaperone the sored by the Cosmopolitan Club at 8
informal dance to be held at Theta p m. today in Lane Hall. The topic of
Phi Alpha sororit-y. his talk will be "The Travel througlh
Continuing their Greenwich Vil- Southeastern Brazil."
lage party, members of Alpha Rho While on sabbatical leave in 1930-
Chi fraternity will again don smocks 31, Professor James made his trip;
as the second night of their "Beaux through southeastern Brazil, study-
Arts ball" concludes the week-end. ing- the territory tributary to the cit-

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die with a yoke effect in front, which'
was worn by Margaret Keal, exem-
plified this summer trend. Miss Keal
was the guest of George Knowles,
Vgeneral chairman.
Jane Brydges, attending with com-
mitteeman Robert Kelb, also chose
organdie, but in white with green
dots; while 1 rown and white striped
crgandie with frilled short sleeves
was worn by Mary Calvin, escorted
by Charles Miltner. Jean Royce com-
bined a brown print with a clever
white organdie bodice with puffed
The apricot lace gown, worn by
Adelaide Schmitt, was also a new
note in summer styles. Miss Schmitt
attended with Willard Avery, presi-
dent of the Lawyers Club. Pale blue
lace was fashioned in an off-the-
shoulder effect for Catherine Mc-
Henry's gown.

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Wr TGo
Union Opera: "With Banners Fly-
ing," Whitney Theatre at 8:15 p.m.
Play Production: "Once in a Life-
time," 8:15 p.m. at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
Dancing: Union, Chubb's, Den,
Tavern, Hi-Hat Inn, Preketes.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The
Show Off," with Spencer Tracy; Ma-


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