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ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

GE FIVE

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Spring Styles, Led Costume Ball At Granger's Last Night F arties
Costumes MIXAr eature
At Annual Ball B
Popeyc Tarzan Palooka SpringFormals Are e]
Are Featured In Unique By Several Houses A
Decoration Scheme Dr
Dormitores
A mixture of comic costumes and
" , ; FK .:With three week-end pa ties co
summer formals were seen last night tinuing and seven more chapter hou
when more than 300 couples thronged and dormitory dances being schedul
to the annual Architects' Ball given for tnight, social activities willb
at Granger's Ballroom. The costumes numi ous. Spring formal danc
matched the comic strip scheme of are still the choice of the majority
those entertaining.
decorations that were carried out at Theta Kappa Psi fraternity is e
the dance. tertaining with a closed formal di
One particularly unique costume ner dance. Dr. and Mrs. Dean
was worn by Margaret Austin, '36, Mss Alma Miller of Manchester, Ind., led the grand march at the Myers and Mar. and Mrs. Clyde Me]
who appeared as "Little Orphan An- Architects' Ball, held last night in Granger's Ballroom, with Richard M. ney will act as chaperones. Per
nie." Her color scheme was carried Robinson, 35A, general chairman of the affair MacNeal, 36M, has arranged f
out in red and white, her red dress be- Harry Fish and orchestra to furnim
ing accented by three large white but- the music.
tons and white collar and cuffs. She EaoOIProf. and Mrs. Robert C. Ang
wore a hat to match with a white eI enL jfwill chaperone the closed summ
tassel. I N AX formal dance to be given by Cll
Marjorie Israel, '35Ed., came as PettiRone ea E FN i &giate Sorosis sorority. Wally Gai
"Perry Winkle," and carried out the ) orchestra will play. Dorothy Utle
outfit with a blue hat being trimmed T Ann u c d'36, is in charge of the arrangemen
with long ribbons, middy blouse, par- Is Events follow each in rapid suc- Week-End Party Held
tially covered by a tiny black velvet cession. We thought Easter would Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity, in co
jacket, and black velvet shorts. She never come, but it did; and now tinuing its week-end party,will de
completed her caricature with ankle Betrothal Luncheon To Be orate with a terrace garden for t
Betrothal Lunchesn To Mother's Day is only a day away. informal dance to be held tonig
socks, and flat heeled shoes. Given At Detroit Yacht And shamed be the person who has Zeta Beta Tau fraternity is ente
Betty Anne Beebe, '37, was seen in Cd
an aquamarine chiffon formal with a Club This Afternoon forgotten some remembrance for his ing h a closed forma an
matching quilted taffeta cape. Bar- mother. To help you in your last as another feature of the house par
bara Shuker also chose a blue sum- An engagement of special interest minute scurry for a gift the store Al Cowan and his orchestra w
mer formal. Her dress was trimmed to students and members of the facul- windows of Ann Arbor are packed play for the closed spring form
by a large bow tied at the shoulder, ty is that of Miss Marjorie L. Petti- with suggestions. There are presents dance to be held at the Pi Beta P
the steamers trailing to the floor, bone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank sorority house. Ruth Ann Jernega
L.Petion, tClmestoWate tatwill apelt nymte sorrtos.Rt n eng
A red and white taffeta formal was L. Pettibone, Mt. Clemens, to Walter that peal to any mothers; '37Ed., with the assistance of Suzan
selected by Barbara Spaulding, '37. B. Rea, assistant to the Dean of Stu- particularly those that are for her Johnson, '37, has planned the part
Betty Schmidt, '37, was seen in a dents, Ann Arbor, which will be for- alone such as gloves, lingerie, or the The dance will be chaperoned by Mi
dark blue organdy which was ac- mally announced at a bridge lunch- book she has been intending to buy and Mrs. W. A. Gatword, Mrs. L.
cented with two bright blue velvet eon at 1 p.m. today at the Detroit for a long time Bertoli and Dr. A. E. White.
bows. Yacht Club by Mrs. William Jaenich- James Kurtz, '36M, is arrangi
Maron Whitnley, '37, came as a girl en, sister of Miss Pettibone. Perhaps she needs a new white the closed spring formal dance to 1
from the bowery. Her high-necked, Blue and yellow spring flowers will purse. Satisfactory is the outfitted given by Phi Chi fraternity. Dr. Hen
striped sweater was covered by a decorate the tables at the announce- one with the compact, comb, lipstick, Ransom, and Dr. and Mrs. Raymo
brown jacket. With this, she wore a merit party. The entire color scheme, and mirror included. It is large Waggoner will act as chaperones.
checkered pkirt. Betty Walsh, '375M, including tall tapers, will be carried enough to be carried with perfect Kappa Nu fraternity will contin
chose a model of powder blue crepe, out in the same color. its week-end activities with a c10s
Jane O'Farrell, '37, was seen in pink Miss Pettibone is a graduate of ease. It is flat, of rectangular shape, informal dance at the chapter hou
and is trimmed in gold; altogetherI tonight.
net, and Judy Trosper, '37, black net. Detroit City College, was formerly a d;
primary school supervisor in East it is very chic. Sorority Entertains
Detroit, and for the past five years In lingerie appears the nightgown Alpha Chi Omega is entertaini
CHAPTER HOUSE has been a teacher at Angell School. cut on princess lines. It is made of ! i a infoa6 daraeg dfnc. Hel4
Mlyr. Rea is the auditor of student or- pink flowered silk with a narrow band Brs. ' has and fr. ai
iACTIVITY NOTES ganizations. He is a graduate of the Mrs. L. Kindred and Wr. and M]
University and has lived in Ann Ar- of lace around the neck and on the D. E. Standish to chaperone the part
bUr since coming here in 1927 from cap sleeves. A gift of this sort will Dr. and Mrs. Willis Brown and D
Durismte pstmgeherusinh1e27iePm.give mother a sense of luxuy and and Mrs. Park Bradshaw will cha
assure her a good night's sleep. erone the closed spring formal dan
been occupied with the election of The luncheon guests will include: . ' to be given by Alpha Kappa Kap
officers,pledging, and rushing. This Mrs. C. F. Rueger, Mrs. H. J. Petti- Handkerchiefs brighten up acos fraternity. Reed Pierce and his o
week-end many of them are holding bone, Mrs. T. M. Pettibone, Mrs. John tume as nothing else does. The fin- s will play, according to Albe
house parties to honor their mothers Petoskey, Mrs. William Hall, Mrs ishing touch to a blue and white en- chestrails pa36M, chairman.
on Mother's Day. Victor Swearinger, Mrs. Kendall semble is a scarlet hanky resting Whit Lowe's orchestra will play f
Alpha Kappa Psi Walton, and Mrs. William Jaenichen, nattily in the pocket with only - the the formal dance to be held at Bet
New officers recently elected by all of Detroit. tip showin. There are some perky Barbour dormitory. Miss Marie Har
Alpha Kappa Psi, business profes- Mrs. John Hartman, Miss Eunice pits il ofdte new spring colors ig Mrs. Chester Barnes, Mr. a
sinlfrtritae:Bue .M-which will add that certain air to Ms oetHmradM.a
sional fraternity, are: Bruce D. Mc- Houghton, and Mrs. F. L. Pettibone, any outfit. Mrs. Robert Horner and Mr. an
Donald, '36MBA, president; Neal F. all of Mt. Clemens. Miss Geraldine Mrs. Felix Mahler will chaperon
Hurley, '36MBA, vice-president; Don- Russell, Mrs. A. O. Rea, Ann Arbor, Flowers are always in good taste Suzanne Mahler, '35, is arranging t
ald Uloth, '36MBA, secretary; Roy Ol- and Mrs. A. N. Linse, Erie, Pa. either in a corsage or a bouquet. A dance,
son, '36MIB.A, secretary; Peter Stav- lovely corsage is made of one or two
roupoulos, '36MB A, wardentRichard gardenias surrounded by forget-me- CERCLE FRANCAISE
Castle,o3, 7,master of rituals; Wayne BadT - PartilIate nots. The blue of the small flowers Officers of the Cercle Francaise f
Crosby, '36, chaplain. ;.,0 contrasts nicely with the snowy white the coming year were elected at 7:
I n Bossom Festiva gardenias. Moreover they are quick- last night in the League. The ne
Alpha Xi Delta ly obtained through the florist and officers are Elizabeth Laub, '36, pres
Special entertainment has been just when mother thinks you have dent; Mary Morgan, '36, vice-pres
planned for the week-end of Moth- The Varsity Band has been chosen forgotten her the flowers arrive and dent; Katherine M. Hall, '36, secr
ers' Day. Guests at the house include o SutheBlossome tival Committee she is very pleasantly surprised. tary; and Dorothy Berman, treasure
Mrs. Max Friederici, Steubenville, O., theQuewes sern othigan to lead ----
Mrs. R. A. Field, and Mrs. H. M. Carr, the Queens section of the aom
Aliquippa, Pa., Mrs John L. Minsker, Parade to be held mn Benton Harbor,
and Mr. and Mrs. George Rowell; of May 11. Drum and bugle corps, n-
Charleston, W. Va., Miss Margaret dustrial floats, high school bands,
community floats, and army bands,
Peterson, Oak Park, Ill., and M areinclued in heofie-milemarch
Causby White, Charleston, W. Va. Te bandd wil teave-hee arly.
A tea will be given from 3 to 5 p.m. The band will leave here early
today in honor of parents. Jane Hall, Saturday morning and will spend the,
'36, and Frances Barnett, '35, are in night in Benton Harbor, returning
to Ann Arbor sometime Sunday. Ac- Lth. & t
charge. Guests will also be enter- corAng torset plna a
taed at a breakfast tomorrow go present plans at least 80
DeltaG mmamen will go.
De DeltaGammnag
Delta Gamma sorority is having a MARTHA COOK ! °

house party for mothers this week The two women at Martha Cook
end. Madelyn Coe, in charge of ar- Th-e w---ath ?
rangements, has planned a luncheon who were recently elected to the posi-
tions of president and vice--president
at the house and dinner at the League of rmiory frd comidear
on Saturday for the mothers and Sun- of the dormitory for the coming year
day dinner at the houserfor the visit- werehonored at dinnerthere last
ing mothers and fathers, night. These officers are Dorothy
McDonald, '36, president, and Ger-
Hermitage trude Veneklasen, '36, vice-president.
Hermitage fraternity announces the \
election of the following new officers: Because we have a soft place
Gordon Boylan, '36, president; David
Whrdg,'36E, sejr-iuemr in our hear ts for youth and
Witheridge,E, steward-house man-_
ager; Richard Meacham, '37E, treas- moonlight and music ... and
urer; and Gordon Reynolds, '36, sec- like to offer gowns which
rtar Theta Phi Alpha echo the charms of romance
The members of the Theta Phi . . . chiffons, and laces and
Alpha sorority will hold a benefit organdies . . . to make ro-
bridge at 2:30 p.m. today in their mance more so! And we are
chapter house. Patronesses of the
sorority assisting the members are: fond of not-so-young ro-
Mrs. George Burke, Mrs. Frank De- mance too.
Vine, Mrs. William McLaughlin, Mrs.
George Moe, Mrs. Allen Sherzer, Mrs.
Arthur Stace, Mrs. W. W. Wedemeyer, You will find here an un-
and Miss Julia Wilcox. usual selection of new gar-
ments for these more dressy
RATLIFF JOINS STAFF affairs in- both misses' and -
Dr. Rigdon K. Ratliff, for five years
a rember of the staff of St. Joseph's women s sizes.
Mercy hospital, will become affiliated PT ORPTII!AlMdrtl
with the staff of the University hos- All Moderately
pital in July, it was announced today She saves $3.00 a year by buying Prced
at the former institution. 25c toothpaste. Priced.
Gautdi 199D.Ra'tliff And wastes nearly $iaO.0 a year A -
Graduated in 1929, Dr. buying inferior hose. <year
served his interneship at St. Joseph's Why doesn't she come to LAURA'

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Fairbanks Will Exhibit Statue' Student Group
Of Mrsw Ruthven At Exhibition Plans Musicale
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By MARION HOLDEN
A bust of Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
ven will be'displayed at the Sixth An-
nual Exhibition of Sculptors which
is opening at the League Monday,
May 13. This statue, which is the
work of Prof. Avard Fairbanks, is
done in Serra-vezza Marble from the
Carrara Mountains in Italy. This is
a white marble and is beautifully
contrasted with a base of black
marble, and is the finest grade of
marb that can be obtained.
Marble Statues Shown
Professor Fairbanks is also exhibit-
ing a number of other things, among
which are two more marble statues;
one of Edward Sammons and one of
Tommie Sammons, both of Portland,
Ore. These are also done in a white
Serra-vezza marble. A base relief
of Dr. John G. Winter will likewise
be displayed. This work of art has
received considerable praise from a
number of outstanding critics among
whom are Charles Moore, chairman
of the United States Commission of
Fine Arts, and John Gregory, presi-
dent of the National Sculptors So-
ciety of New York, Professor Fair-
banks said.
Study In Relief
This relief study is said to be very
characteristic of Dr. Winter who is
director of the Division of Fine Arts,
chairman of the Latin department,
and director of the Museum of Classi-
cal Archaeology at the University.
One of Professor Fairbanks most
recent pieces is a portrait of James

H. Moyle, commissioner of customs
of the United States, done in relief.
Mr. Moyle is a graduate of the Uni-
versity and will celebrate his 50th re- U
union at the coming commencement.
Students Exhibit Work
There will also be shown at the
coming exibition the work of several
students and a number of people who wi
have been connected with the Uni- Le
versity in the past. Professor Fair- tor
banks hopes that this exhibit will Rc
grow to one of great importance and
will be an event to which those who th
have studied at the University will Rt
send back their work. He feels that Kr
it is a value to Michigan to be able Ot
to see what its students are doing. cli
The formal opening is Monday at A
8:30 p.m. All are invited to attend. Ch
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JIEA.R. PresentsP
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Patyeant Of Gi
Of TheNations j
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The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter Kr
of the Daughters of the American tin
Revolution recently presented a pa-
geant of "The Gift of the Nations" sp
in the ballroom of the League as its ca
international night program. he
Representatives of the various na- q
tions which have contributed some- gr
thing to this country were present in
their native costumes, and gave songs,
dances and other expressions of their
countries. They were seated in the -
audience with the flags of their na-
tions and appeared on the stage ac- to
cording to their parts.
Mrs. Herbert Mallory read the text KI
which she wrote giving the back- Bi
ground to the pageant and the con-
tributions of the different countries. He
The pageant was arranged by Mrs.
Thomas H. Reed and her committee an
on Americanism.
Pl
GRADUATE LUNCHEON th
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The last graduate luncheon of this
year was addressed by Professor Gi
Stuart Courtis recently. These lunch- C
eons, which have been given inter-
mittently throughout the year, have
been such a success that they will be
continued next year. Their purpose
is to afford an opportunity for the
graduate students of this campus to
meet each other as well as the faculty
outside of their own field of speciali-
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Travel Club Visits
Ann Arbor Today
Seventy-five members of the Char-
lotte High School Travel Club of
Charlotte, Mich., will be directed on
a tour of the campus today by a stu-
dent guide service, newly instituted
by the Union and the League.
The Club will visit such points of
interest as the General Library, the
engineering laboratories, the Museum,
and the Student Publications Build-
ing. Their guides, who will be stu-,
dents of the University, will explain
the activities and functions of the
various buildings and organizations.
They also will tell brief histories of
some of the campus landmarks. Bet-
ty Chapman, '36, of the League and
William Dixon, '36, of the Union, are
in charge of the tour.
Harry Tillotson, '36L, ticket man-
ager of the Physical Education De-
partment, is planning to give the vis-
itors tickets to the track meet and
the baseball game in the afternoon.1

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