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LY, MAY 14, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Final Dance Of Year

Will Be StagedJune

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Annual Senior
Ball To Climax
Class Activities
Brandt, Dillingham Name
Coimittee Heads For
Formal At Union
The annual Senior Ball, the final
class dance of the year, will be held
Friday, June 14 in the ballroom of
the Union. Announcement of the
committee appointments has been
made by Charles G. Brandt, co-chair-
man with George S. Dillingham.
Edward T. Downs has been ap-
pointed secretary-treasurer and Allen
D. McCombs, chairman of the ticket
committee. Co-chairmen of the fa-
vors committee are Ann E. Mitchell
and Lewis A. Bosworth, and Jane H.
Brucker and Gerald Ford of the pro-
gram committee.
Rudolph A. Matern and Oliver S.
Spark will take charge of decorations
for the dance and publicity will be
managed by Joseph L. Lesser and
Ruth J. Kasser.
The floor committee is under the
direction of A. Ward Wood and Jo-
seph L. Whitmer, the budget com-
mitte under Alice E. Morgan and Ed-
ward F. Draves, and the reception
committee under Mary E. Morrison
and Harold K. Beecher.
The orchestra for the dance has eating
not been definitely decided upon yet. wihcha
Among those under consideration are
Isham Jones, Kay Kayser, Ted netM
Weems, and Red Nichols. The price
of the tickets will be announced at a
later date.W
Class Leaders
Announced For The co
ner didn
end
from wea
Lantern Night end dance
in the pop
Florenc
Announcement of the four women Alpha Ch
from each class to conduct their a dressc
group on Lantern Night, Wednesday, checked s
loned witi
May 22 at Palmer Field was made lapels, bo
yesterday by Barbara Sutherland. '35, minatingi
leader. These women with the high- back. He
est number of merit points in their royal blue
class, will be assisted by four others broidered
also selected on the basis of partici- white flo
pation in activities. Nelson an
Billie Griffiths, Eleanor Blum, blue. Ka
Maxine Maynard, and Elizabeth Aig- trim for
ler will head the graduating class fon. Bett
while Julie Kane, Marjorie Morrison, with aj
Elizabeth Chapman, and Jane Fletch- wore peac
er will lead the junior women. Helen M
The sophomores will be conducted dancing at
by Gretchen Lehman, Helen Shap printychif
land, Olive Griffith and Gail Duff en- anagh h
daek. Margaret Currie, Shirl Crosman, pric wor
Helen Purdee, and Billie Sufferan dart was
have been selected to lead the fresh- ary w
men. Mary E
men. of dotted
The seniors will wear white jackets by Colegi
and will carry lanterns which will il- wore a g
luminate the block "M" to be formed with whit
at the end of Palmer Field. The dress worn
juniorse will wear blue jackets, the tured a l
sophomores red, and the freshmen
green
Camp Program Given For W
Graduate Outing Club Motion
The Graduate Outing Club, re- mite" wit]
turned to Ann Arbor Sunday fromL
Camp Newkirk at Dexter where the Wurth,
group camped Saturday night. Clark Gab
Saturday afternoon's program in- Dance" w
cluded a baseball game and a treasure "Sequoia"
hunt. In the evening there were Exhibiti
speeches, games and dancing. The tion of scu
trip was under the direction of Wayne Fairbanks,
Whitaker and the menu and program ing.
were planned by Cecila Knight. Dancing

Bananas Appear In Dramatic Season Play

CHAPTER HOUSE Conference Of
ACTIVITY NOTES W.A.A. Leaders
Observance of #Mother's Day cele- W ill Be Held
bration of Founder's Day, and a
faculty tea were the main activities
at the fraternities and sororities this Faculty, Students To Talk
past week-end. AaciaIAt Training Meet At The
Acacia fraternity observed Found- Athletic Building
er's Day with a banquet Saturday
night. T. Hawley Tapping, editor The first of the W.A.A. Training
of the Michigan Alumnus, served as Conference for the old and new boards
toastmaster, introducing the speakers, and the house managers will be held
W. Elmer Ekblaw, national secretary at 8 p.m. Wednesday and from 4 to
from Clark University in Worcester, 8 p.m. Friday in the Women's Ath-
Mass. Among the 40 alumni who at- letic Building.
tended were two of the founders, The purpose of the conference ac-
Charles Sink of the School of Music, cording to Brenda Parkinson, presi-
and Clarence Hill of Detroit. dent of W.A.A., is to orient the new
Alpha Phi board to their duties and to install the
Alpha Phi sorority entertained 33 new board for the second time.
guests Sunday at a banquet for Moth- Prof. Howard McClusky, of the
ers and Fathers. Decorations con- mental psychology department, will
sisted of apple blossoms and forsythia speak Wednesday night on the Quali-
placed in silver bowls. Margaretta ties of Leadership." Ruth Root, '35,
Kollig, '36, was in charge of the din- former president of W.A.A., will open
ner. the Friday session with a short re-
Chi Omega view of the past year W.A.A.
Chi Omega announces the pledging I Elizabeth Evans, '36, Miss Marie
of Priscilla Crockett, '36, of Kala- Hartwig, instructor in physical edu-
mazoo.. cation, and Miss Parkinson will also
Phi Sigma Sigma address the meeting.
Phi Sigma Sigma entertained the The group will adjourn for supper
parents of the members at dinner at 5:45, the lectures continuing an
Sunday noon. Floral decorations were hour later with an address on "New
used on the tables. Frances Seitner, Trends in W.A.A.,"by Dr. Margaret
'37, was in charge of the dinner. Bell, director of physical education for
Theta Phi Alpha women.. At 7:15 a discussion on the
The members of the Theta Phi Al- "Outlook for the Future in W.A.A.
pha sorority entertained at a faculty will be held as well as a House Mana-
tea, Sunday. Mrs. h. W. Wedemeyer ger Conference conducted by Miss
*poured at the affair which was Hartwig.
planned by Mary Esther Burns, '36. The new officers, including Miss
The tea table was decorated with a Parkinson, president, Jean Gourlay,
centerpiece of daffodils, and white '37, vice-president; Elizabeth How-
sweet peas and yellow tapers. ard, '36Ed., secretary; Dorothy Shap-
pell, '36, treasurer, and Elsie Pierce,
CLUB TO MEET '37, publicity chairman, and Adele
The Business Women's Club of Gardener, '37, point recorder, will be
Ann Arbor will hold its annual meet- installed by Miss Root.
ing and election of officers following
a dinner at 6:30 p.m. today in the ing committee, Miss Bernice Bolle.
Russian Tea Room at the League. Other members of the committee are
Candidates will be announced at this Miss Bess McLouth and Miss Anna
time by the chairman of the nominat- Welch.

Robert Frost will be the subject
of the meeting of the Bibliophiles
of the Faculty Women's Club to be
held at 2:30 p.m. today at the home
of Mrs. F. R. Finch, at 1619 S. Uni-
versity Ave. Mrs. David Mattern will
direct the discussion.

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lville Cooper and Elizabeth Risdon in the new famous banana
scene from "Laburnum Grove," J. B. Priestley's newest comedy,
opens the Dramatic Season at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater
rnday, May 20.
iie They Were Dancing

WEDNESDAY... .TH U
Entire Stock (except
Dress-up Styles . .
These May Sale prices are
almost absurd for individu-
ally tailored coats and suits
of such distinction as are in
this sale. Every new fashion
feature will be found among
them - the season's smart-
est materials - the most
wanted shades - all so su-
perbly made and finished.
Junior Size . 11 to 17
Misses Sizes .... 12 to 20
Women's Reg. Sizes 38 to 44
Women's Half Sizes
14/2 to 24/2

ntinuation of the bad wea-
't keep the Michigan men
ring white suits for week-
s, so the women joined them
ular sheer spring styles.
e Schenk danced at the
i Omega sorority house in
of navy blue and white
heer. The gown was fash-
'h a fitted jacket with large
idered and white and cul-
in a large sailor collar in
elga Sahlmark was seen in
organdy with a white em-
figure and a large blue and
wer at the neckline. Jean
d Eleanor Gessner also wore
,y Burgess used daisies as
her gown of beige chif-
y Rich chose peach organza
jacket. Lucile Betz also
ch organza.
MacDonald was among those
t the Theta Kappa Psi fra-
iuse. She wore a gown of
fon voile. Maureen Kay-
ose tea rose lace. Phyllis
e black net. Dorothy Gel-
charming in print organza.
len Menard chose a gown
Swiss for the dance given
late Sorosis. Jane. Servis
own of dark blue piquet
e trim. The printed satin
n by Mary Lou Miller fea-
arge floral design. Peggy

Duggan was seen in white chiffon or-
gandy. Betty Whitney wore a gown
of white -chiffon with a frill of pleat-
ing at the neckline.
Ruth Bosse and Ann Osborn were
seen at the Pi Beta Phi sorority house
in blue. Miss Bosse's gown was of
sheer and featured the popular shirt-
waist style. Grace Snyder wore a
striking dress of brown and orange
print with trim of the two colors in
plain crepe. Mary Margaret Barnes
wore pink lace with a stand-up collar.
Betty Scherling also wore pink.
Officers Announced
For Outdoor Club
Council members for the U. of M.
Outdoor Club elected at the annual
spring party Saturday, May 11 at Syl-
van Estates are Elizabeth Oberdier,
'37, Mary Redden, '38, David Swann,
'37, Amy Barton, '37M, Robert Benz,
'36, Richard Gerkensmeyer, '35, James
Merry, '36, Elizabeth Moore, '36, J. A.
Widmer, '35, and Alfred Wright, Jr.,
'36 Ed.
Officers were then elected by the
Council from among its own mem-
bers. Miss Oberdier will act as pres-
ident, Miss Redden, secretary, and
Swann, treasurer.
The purpose of the club is to pro-
mote active and passive sports among
faculty and students. Outdoor par-
ties are planned for almost every
week-end.

The Safe Way
The safe way is the sure way. Keep your valu-
ables safe from the hazards of fire and theft-
in a Safety Deposit Vault. There you may leave
jewels, silver, and important papers safely at
all times.
Deposits in this bank are insured by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation in the manner and to the extent
provided under the terms of the Banking Act of 1933.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Main at Huron State at the Arcade

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Pictures: Whitney, "Dyna-
,h Edmund Lowe and "St.
i" with James Cagney;
After Office Hours," with
le; Majestic, "Go Into Your
'ith Al Jolson; Michigan,
with Jean Parker.
ons: Sixth annual exhibi-
lpture by students of Avard
, Michigan League Build-
: Hut Cellar.

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Chairmanship Petitions
May Bie Handed it Now
Petitions for music, publicity and
ticket committee chairmanships
for the J.G.P. may be handed in
today and tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office. Petitions already
received for these positions will al-
so be considered.
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A GOOD
MICH IGAN ALUMNUS
1. Joins a local University o Michig a n Clu
There are 150 of these Clubs in all parts of the world.
They have their social programs and they initiate activ-
ities for the benefit of their members, their communities
and their University.
2. Concerns himself with his Class Organization.
Every Alumni Class has its officers and its program.
A Reunion is held once every five years on the Campus.
3. Reads the Michigan Alumnus.
The magazine is issued 26 times each year and is the chief
liaison agency between the University and its Alumni.
4. Remembers always that he is A Michig an.
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