THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
At Annual Ball
Held In Union
To Be Snow Queen At Los Angeles Carnival
Grand March Is Led By
President And Secretary
Of Fraternity Council
More than 250 couples danced tor
the music of Maurice Spitalny's or-
chestra last night at the annual In-
terfraternity Ball. A large plaque,
bearing the shield of the University
and the insignia of the member frat-
ernities, formed the single decora-
tion of the Union Ballroom.
The grand march was led by Doro-
thy Utley, '36, Eleanor Hahn, De-
troit, and Phillip Singleton, '35, andI
Alvin Schliefer, '35.
Miss. Hahn looked charming in
white pebble crepe with very simple-
lines and. becomingly- r.einforced with
a slight train. The gown had dainty
shoulder straps and a clip.
Miss Utley wore a plain white crepe,
with drop shoulders. The only ac-
cessories were brilliant bracelets.
Betty Bowman, '37, guest of Paul
Phillips, '36, member of the central
committee, chose dark red velvet. The
bell sleeves were lined with white,
moire. 4da Resnick, '38, who at-
tended the ball with Erwin Glasses
'36, also a committeeman, wore black
net with a cape. Red rhinestones
studded the dress.
Peggy Lou White, '37, was the guest
of Theron Gifford, '37. Miss White
also wore velvet. The color was Amer-
ican Beauty, with elbow length sleeves.
There was a square decolletage, but-
toned at the bottom.
Harriet Shackleton, '38, was the
Iman, '35SM, and Jean Hoover, '36SM1;
rod 25ouplesalFraternt Elizabeth Gallup, and Betty
row d O![To S onsorP r Parish, '37, are in charge of publicity;
P t Miss Elizabeth Campbell and Betty
Bell, '36, of arrangements; and Mrs.
Sigma Alpha Iota, national pro- Byron Ayres and Myra Hilpert, '36,
S- -___--_ _______ _._ -- -- -- --- __-_-- fessional musical fraternity, will hold iof tickets.
'M arch O f im eH TO a bridge and bunco party this after- I Theas.
CHAPTER HOUSE noon from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Grand The advisers of the organization,
T eTeACTIVITY TaRapids room of the League. Gran Alice Lloyd and" Mrs. Beryl
TeeBacher, will be present and the puBb-eeAC I IYN T S ilas e aho haedrn
will also be a fashion show durmg lic is invited to attend. Tickets are
AAUW-eet- the afternoon at which dresses from 35 cents a person and may be ob-
t Campus houses are occupied with several local shops will be shown as tamed through Mrs. Ayres.
various activities including ainners Dixon and Margaret Burke, pianists,
A< Arbor And Ypsilanti or patroresses and clergymen. Al- will play during the show. TO ADDRESS ALUMNI
pha Nu initiates pledges while Pi Hostesses for the occasion are Mrs. President Alexander G. Ruthven
Go sT C n IW. C. Hunt, Miss Dora Crane Hunt, I and T. Hawley Tapping will speak the
Leage Ballroom 0. J. Campbell, Mrs. Morris Tilley, week of Feb. 9 in the Elevelnth Alumni
j__Alpha Nu Mrs. A. F. Hutzel, Charlotte Whit- District in the Upper Peninsula.
"The March of Time" is the theme P ledges initiated into Alpha Nu -___________
for the Founders' Daymeeting of the at the ceremonies held Wednesday
American Association of University night were Randall Jones, '38, John Phone 2-1912
Women which is to be held at 2:30 Patterson, '38, Edward Schade, '36,
p.m. today in the ballroom of the Richard Eiserman, '38, Paul Harvey,
League by the Ann Arbor and Ypsi- '36, John Bannister, '36, John Bige-
lanti groups. The pioneers. of the low, '36, George Sipprell, '36, Roman
asociation will have the stage. Wiatrowski, '36, Ralph Danhof, '36,- G flD -f B O U T
The entertainment for the after- Lowell Krieg, '38, Richard Hershey,
noon is to be in the form of a radio '37, Sheldon Taylor, '37, John Clark,
program. Mrs. W. D. Henderson, in '38, and Raymond LaMaria, '37.
charge of the arrangements for the HIS is our last timely reminder touch of finesse to your "well-
program, will announce the events. Delta Delta elta before J-Hop get your for- grooming."
The theme to be carried out will pre-y The members of Delta Delta Delta mn *tUv
sjn h ero * 10 hnte a onatosa heUiest
sent the period from 1902 when the sorority entertained the patronesses Fash ions remerty AS WE approach the between se-
local branch was founded, to 1912 of the chapter and their husbands mesters doldrums we cast about
when the National Association held. Thursday night at a dinner at the proper formality consists of much for "clear-conscience" amusement
its convention here. house. more than the latest by Patou. We . . . when we should be boning and
Miss Susan Semer, lyric coloratura Among the guests were Mr. and also found some lovely slips... silk aren't . . . our first suggestion is
scprano, will open the piogram with Mrs. Clifford Woody, Mr. and Mrs. and satin with lace all very a hike down to the Caramel Crisp
alutation tnd will e H. W. King, Prof. and Mrs. John L. Shop for some of their delicious
ral numbers. Other music will Brumm, Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Abbot, luscious in combination and they fudge . .. it comes in two "styles":
supplied by the League trio composed Prof. and Mrs. Waiter Reichart, Mr come in both tailored and formal chocolate with English walnuts and
ofJa ely 3,Maxine Maynard,Prfan Mr.WleRicrtM.
of Jean Seeley, '36, and Mrs. William Comstock, Dean styles. And again we ask you to Vanilla with black walnuts .
35, and Mary Morrison, 35h and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Mrs. Carl check up on the basic requirements there's another extra-special here
Among those taking part in theBruMs Thomas Rhead, andanto. thmsceful as to prices, too . .. 39c and 49c a
program are Mrs. Joseph L. Markley, and to fulfill them successfully pound.
Miss Mabel Man Kleek, Mrs. Louis Prof. and Mrs. Preston W. Slosson. i at the University Fashion.
C. Karpinski, Mrs. A. R. Crittenden. The tables were decorated with "WON'T you be my Valentine?"
and Miss Elizabeth Dean. Following ivory tapers and spring flowers. Kath- There's no better way to ask
the program tea will be served. Mrs erine M. Hall, '36, was in charge of AND while we're turning all our that famous question than with a
Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean Alice arrangements for the affair, energy into helping you shine photograph ... and now is the time
C. Lloyd, Mrs. Herbert T. Goulding at the approaching occasion let us to have it done. Perhaps the most
and Miss Maude T. Hagle, of Ypsi-
Pi Beta Phi
-Associated Press Photo.
Miss Jane Frances Mullen, was chosen queen of the winter sports
carnival which will be held Feb. 2 in the Los Angeles country playground
at Big Pines. She is experiencing difficulty adjusting her snow shoes.
P A dd-i A1 /1M TL7
accompanied by Charles Penzel, '37.1iaise e ioru Ii IIX iAe 1mann
She was gowned in red crepe, cut very
high at therneck in front, but with FAppearances This Season
Worn with the dress was gold jewelry.
Choosesice Blue Mme. Lotte Lehmann, Austrian recently in performances with the
An unusual and charming dress was soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Philadelphia Opera Company, where
worn by Mary Margaret Campbell, Company, who will be here in a song she appeared in the Strauss opera
'37, who was with Richard Gallagher, recital on Friday, Jan. 25, in Hill "Der Rosenkavalier" which was spe-
'36. It was of ice blue satin cut very Auditorium under the auspices of the cially revived for.her. Her perform-
severely with a halter neck. The! University is now in the middle of a ance as "Marschallin" in this opera
neck line in front was a deep V season which so far has been attend- has prompted many critics to call
adorned by a rhinestone clip. ed with immoderate success, accord- her "the greatest singer of the day."
John Mann, '37, took as his guest, ing to her critics. In Europe this is considered to be
Mary Lou Willoughby, who wore Mme. Lehmann is well known to her greatest role.
white crepe. The bodice of the dress American audiences, this being her On New Year's day, Mme. Leh-
was embroidered- with silver beads,! fifth season in the United States. mann made her first appearance of
and the skirt was straight with a flare She is considered one of the leading this season at the Metropolitan Opera
at the bottom. With this she wore singers of the Metropolitan Opera, in "Tannhauser." Here too, "Rosen-!
silver sandals and long rhinestone has given- performances this season kavalier" was specially revived for
earrings. with the San Francisco, Chicago and her.
Philadelphia Opera Companies, and
r -nmhas been heard from coast to coast ;I
lanti, will pour. At the meeting of Pi Beta Phi sor-
ority held Monday, the following offi-
Women Engineers cers were elected for the coming year:
President, Betty Scherling, '36; vice-
Formn Organization president, Margaret Hiscock, '36;
treasurer, Grace Snyder, '37; assist-
ant treasurer, Mary Margaret Barnes,
Officers were elected Thursday to j '37A; correspondingsecretary, Dor-
officiate at the meetings of the new- othyRoth, '36; and historian, Ger-
iy reorganized T-Square Society. This!,
group was originally founded in 1914 trdeJean, 36.
on this campus, and was disbanded Theta Phi Alpha
in 1929. The meeting to reorganize Thoa R. arey,
took place Jan. 13. 1935. The Rev. Thomas R. Carey, the Rev.
The society includes all woman en- Allan J. Babcock, the Rev. John
gineers on campus, and the active Lynch, and the Rev. Arthur Recking-
members include Eleanore L. Tarbell, er were the dinner guests of the mem-
'35E; Leah T. Zeigler, '36E; Thelma. bers of the Theta Phi Alpha sorority
Peterson, '37E; Marian R. Tompkins, Thursday night. Arrangements for
'37E! Erna Lysette, and '38E; Bar- the dinner were planned by Mary
bara Kent King, '38E. The officers are Alice McQuillan, '37.
Miss Lysette, president; Miss Tomp-
kins, vice president; and Miss Zeigler,
secretary-treasurer. Their advisor is
the assistant secretary of the engi-
neering school, Mrs. Cammilla B.
mention our discoveries at Calkins-
Fletcher's. Tussy has a new hand
Almond cream used in place of
soap (large jar $1 and it really
works miracles. Another smart
"groomy" item is the new Flozor
hair brightener . . . it's really not
like dyeing and being talked about
because so far we've seen only the
most successful results.
This seems to be a very special
season. . . we found specials all
over town, but perhaps the best of
the lot was at Amelia's . . . we'll
admit that everything's pretty spe-
cial there most all the time but on
Monday and Tuesday you'll get a
full-sized shampoo and wave for
the staggering sum of fifty cents.
And to keep the discussion special-
ized . .. we find that the barber is
extra-special good for that added
Clubs Combine To
Hold Skating Party
The U. of M. Outdoor Club in
conjunction with W.A.A. will hold a
skating party today at either High-
land or Patterson Lake. The group
will leave at 1 :15 p.m. from Palmer
Field and will return before 6 p.m.
If there is sufficient snow, the party
will ski and toboggan as well as
skate. W.A.A. will furnish all the
equipment except skates. Following
the outdoor activities, hot chocolate
will be served.
in concert and lieder recitals.
Within the last month she has ap-
peared as soloist with the Baltimore
and Kansas City Symphonies, has
been heard in concert in Washington,
Wellesley College, Princeton Univer-
sity, and on Dec. 30 she sang with
the New York Philharmonic Orches-
tra under the direction of Bruno
Walter, at one of the most brilliant
concerts of the New York season. She
has since appeared in Detroit, again
with Mr. Walter.!
Mme. Lehmann comes to Ann Ar-
bor fresh from triumphs achieved
Where To Go
Sister Marcelline Roll
To Give Recital Today
Sister M. Marceiline Roll will ap-
pear in a piano graduation recital
at 4:15 p.m. today, Jan. 19, in the
Auditorium of the School of Music
Motion Pictures: Whitney, "Two L Sister Roll was a member of the
Heads on a Pillow" with Neil Hamil- staff of the College of St. Theresa,
ton and "Invisible Man"; Wuerth, Winona, Wis., for a number of years.
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Caggage Patch" Recently, she has been connected with
with Pauline Lord and "Charlie Chan the Convent of Our Lady of Lourdes
in London" with Warner Oland; Ma- which is maintained by the Sisters of
jestic, "Kid Millions" with Eddie Can- St. Francis.
tor; Michigan, "Great Expectations" Included in Sister Roll's program
with Henry Hull. will be works of composers such as
Dramatics: "Outward Bound" pre- Mozart, Bach, Chopin, Lisza, and
scnted by Play Production, 8:30 p.m., Saint-Saens. The general public is
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. "Cinder- invited to attend. There will be no
ella," presented by Children's Theatre admission charge.
1:30 and 3:30.
Dancing: Union Ballroom, League VALERIO HONORED
Ballroom, Chubbs, Grangers', Hut Prof. Mastro Valerio has just re-
Cellar. ceived word from the Society of
Exhibitions; Paintings from exhibi- American Etchers that his print,
tion of Michigan Artists and Fifty "Stillness," has been chosen for the
Prints, open from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Society's Rotary Show, which tours
Alumni Memorial Hall. this country.
Jordan Hall Musicale Michigan Graduate Is
TFe reSWed At Grosse Pointe
To Feature S ympioy A wedding of interest to University
The Congregational Symphony, students and faculty is that of Miss
conducted by Thor Johnson, is to pre- Edna 0. Frost, daughter of Mr. and
sent the program at the musicale to Mrs. John C. Frost, Detroit, to Lloyd
be held at 2:30 p.m-. tomorrow in E. Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Jordan Hall. The following numbers D. Barber, Sanborn, Ia.
are to be rendered: Overture to "Eg- The ceremony took place at the
mont" by Beethoven; Molto Lento home of the bride's mother and sis-
from "Music of-the.Spheres' by Rub- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Craw-
enstein, for strings alone; "Hungarian ford, Jr., Grosse Pointe, last night.
Dance No. 5" by Brahms; and Reger's The Rev. W. R. Kinder of St. Joseph's
"Serenade for Flute, Violin and Viola," Episcopal Church performed the-cere-
to be played by Messrs. Krell; Siegalt, mony.
and Johnson. The program will be Mrs. Barber graduated from Mich-
concluded by "Cripple Creek" from igan, and was a member of Collegiate
"Southern Mountain Suite" by String- Sorosis. Mr: Barber is a graduate of
field. ( the University of Iowa.
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