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May 25, 1935 - Image 5

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uuane Yates Is
Engaged For
AllDental Ball
Spring Dance To Be Held
Wednesday, May 29, In
League Ballroom
Duane Yates and his band have
been selected to play for the first
spring formal All-Dental Ball to be
held Wednesday, May 29, from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. in the League Ballroom.
This orchestra has filled previous
engagements on campus playing for
the Crease Dance two years ago and
also was well received at the Inter-
fraternity ball last year. Numerous
hotel and pavilion bookings have been
filled in the Middle West lately, and
the band has recently terminated'
an engagement at the Golden Phea-
sant in Cleveland during which their
dance rhythms were heard over the
NBC network from station WTAM.
Duane Yates is particularly well
known in Ohio, and is a prime fa-
vorite with various colleges and uni-
versities in the state. He has been
in demand a number of times at Ohio
State University and Ohio Wesleyan,
and his return to the Michigan cam-
pus will be a special occasion.
The orchestra consists of eleven
pieces including Yates as the leader.
It is an extremely versatile band and
presents many distinctive dance ar-
rangements. The quartet has made
an especial'hit over the airlanes with
their featured vocal numbers. They
will come for the All-Dental Ball di-
rect from the Dells at Lake Lansing.
Tickets are on sale now at $1.50,
and are available to all dental stu-
dents. These may be purchased
from any of the committee members
including L. Benson Bristol, '36D, gen-
eral chairman, Wayne Oglestone,
'36D, Leo Beldo, '36D, Howard Ross,
'36D, Bert Forster, '36D, James Baker',
'36D, LouisDKans, '36D, and Milton
Kamler, '36D.
Th 1ird Annual 1
Horse Showing
Will e Given t
The third annual riding show of thes
Golf Side Riding Academy will be
hield at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow. TheB
show will be divided into eleven events
including an introductory parade, aT
walk-trot for children under twelve,1
jumping, including an automobile
jump, a -girl's drill, couple riding, a
parent-child ride, an egg and spoon
race and the elimination contest,
musical chairs. t
Several University students are par-
ticipating in the show. Taking parte
in the various events are: Thomase
Anketell, '36, Bob Kennedy, '37, Mary
Graham, '38, Virginia Cluff, '35, Rob-
ert Judson, '38E, Betty Crist, '37,
Louise Burke, '37, Jane Higbee, '38,
Richard Fisher, '38, Margaret Rogers,g
'36, Amelia Martin, '37, Casper Beim-
fohr, '35, Virgil Williams, Grad., Mil-a
ton Fenner, '35, Robert Conway, '36,
Charles Murray, '37, Joe Gay, '35E,
Lyman Bittman, '37, Elijah Poxson,I
'35, George Fisk, '35L, Eleanor Pesch-
ke, '38, Elizabeth Winne, '36E, RobertI
Douglas, '38, and Elizabeth Oberdier,s
The highest award, a silver cup, do-1
nated by T. R. Peirsol and ribbons andz
trophies will be given to the winnersi
of each event. The judges of theI
show willbe Allen Lee and Joe Droe-
ger, Detroit, George Slaughtee, Ypsi-
lanti, and Miss Mabel Parker, Lan-
Professional trick riders and ropers
will add to the entertainment during
the intermissions.r

Michigan Graduate
To Wed Detroiterc
An engagement of interest to the
Michigan campus is that of MissT
Peggy Chalmers, daughter of Mrs.s
Hugh Chalmers, of Bloomfield Hills
and Detroit to Edward P. Hammond,I
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ham-<
mond, of Grosse Pointe and Bloom-1
Miss Chalmers graduated from the
Liggett School and Erskine School
in Boston. Her father, who died a
few years ago, was the head of the
former Chalmers Motors Co.
Mr. Hammond is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and is a mem-
ber of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fra-
Miss Chalmers and Mr. Hammond
have been lifelong friends. Their
romance resulted from an automo-
bile crash last June in which both
nearly lost their lives. No date has
been set for the wedding.
i .I

Final Meeting Is Held Riding Group
SWyvern Members Will Sponsor
The outgOinn members of Wyvern, { y " A
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junior hnorary society, held their' kJVJ 11" 0 11 !1'a IV Taking advantage of the last
last meeting when they were enter- week-end before exams, several
tained by Mrs. Beryl Bacher, assis- parties are slated for tonight.
tant dean of women, at her cot- Crop And Saddle Holds Tau Beta Pi is holding its annual
tage on Cavanaugh Lake yesterday Annual Ee Tda At house party today and Sunday at j
aferoc'ial vein.Den lic ~ en 4 O( Lakeland Hotel, Lakeland. Eric
B. Lloyd was also a special guest at County Fairgrounds Sommers, '35E, is in charge. Swim-
ithis traditional affair. ming, canoeing, and tennis are in-
Among the events planned was a The Women's Athletic Association cluded in the program as well as an
picn ic upper and card games for the cpring horse show, to be held at 2:30 informal dance tonight. Chaperones
evening's entertainment.spighresotbeelat23
The Wyvern members who attended p.m. today at the Washtenaw County are Prof. and Mrs. H. J. Sams, Jr.,
uere Margaret Hiscock, president; fair grounds, is the second annual and Prof. and Mrs. Franklin L. Ev-
Barbara Bates, Betty Chapman, Mar- event to be given under the sponsor- erett.
jorie Morriscn, Josephine McLean, .hip of the Crop and Saddle Riding Robert Boynton is in charge of the
Julie Kane, Dorothy Gies, Grace Bar-' Club. Under the direction of Jane Kappa Delta Rho informal initia-
tling, Florence Harper, Jane Peters, Brucker, '36, and Miss Hilda Burr, tion dance which Prof. and Mrs.
Jane Arnold, Jean Seeley, Winifred instructor in physical education, the Walter E. Lay and Mr. and Mrs. B.
Bell, Betty Rich, and Jane Fletcher. the club was organized last year. DeGroff will chaperone.
The first horse show held under Silhouettes of the seniors in the
the auspices of the new organiza- house, for whom the dance is being
Sa tronesses 1 Lion took place last May, Miss given are featured in the decorations
Brucker, the first president of the of the Zeta Tau Alpha diner-dance.
group, and Betty Greve, '35, present Rollin Salpien's orchestra will play.
Are Rnouncee president of the club, taking first Chaperones include Mr. and Mrs. W.
and second places respectively in the F. Zimmerman of Detroit, Mr. and
For Breakfast three-gaited event at this time. Mrs. D. W. Marshall, and Mrs. Mary
Eight Events Planned E. Tuller.
Eight events will be included on The Alumnae House Dance which
Patronesses for the annual Senior today's program. Classes 1 and 2 will be held at the Union is in charge
Breakfast to be held at 9:30 a.m. to- will consist of exhibitions of horse- of Mary Delmay, Virginia Witters,
morrow in the League gardens have manshipsupon three-gaited horses, and Betty Roberts. Mrs. Delta Smith,
been announced by Ann Osborn, the first class being open to mem- Mrs. Wikel, Mrs. Riggs, and Mrs.
chairman of the patroness commit- bers of the Crop and Saddle club Mohr of Alpha Zi Delta will chaper-
tee. Those to act in this capacity and the second to undergraduate men one.
include: Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, who have been active in intramural The Ethel Fountain Hussey room
Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Per- riding. Class 3, an event of the Nov- at the League will be the scene of
ry, Mrs. Beryl Bacher, Miss Ethel ice Riding Club, will be a cavalry the Scalp and Blade Spring Formal.
McCormick, Miss Dorothy Osborne, drill directed by Gordon McDonald, Reed Lowe, '36E, is in charge of ar-
Miss Marian Durell, Mrs. Ellen Stan- '35, second lieutenant of the cavalry rangements, and the Blue Collegians
ley, Mrs. Lucile Conger and Dr. Mar- reserves. will furnish the music.
garet Bell. In Class 4 there will be a final Kappa Kappa Gamma is holding a
Seniors will attend the traditional judging between the winners of dance at the Washtenaw Country
affair in cap and, gown, and accord- Classes 1 and 2, to be followed by a Club for which Bill Marshall's or-
ing to the custom, lemons will be demonstration of five-gaited saddle chestra will play. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
presented to those who are engaged, horses. The sixth event, open to be- I. Dobson will chaperone.
and those who are married will blow ginning riders and judged upon prog- Annual spring formal dances are
out candles. ress, will be an exhibition of horse- being given by Delta Zeta and Alpha
Entertainment will include address- manship upon three-gaited horses. Delta Pi. Max Crosman's orches-
es by Dean Lloyd and Mrs. Cpnger, Class 7, a novelty event, will be a1 tra will play for the Delta Zeta dance
songs by the trio of the 1935 Junior game of musical chair played with and Jeanette Wells, '36, is in charge.
Girls' Play, and a short skit, "Julio horses. A jumping demonstration Chaperones are Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
and Romiet," by residents of Helen will conclude the show, the horses ence Kessler and Mr. and Mrs. F.
Newberry dormitory. for this last event being owned by Sabian.
This is the last gathering of all Dr. F. L. Arner. Lucy Cope, '36, is in charge of the
the senior women before graduation. Offil AAlpha Delta Pi party and Mr. and
"We are planning to make this year's AnnouncedMrs. Caleb Smith, Mrs. Thomas Reid,
L - C lt- r-inf


Martha Cook
Gives Formal
Dinner Dance
Corsages Are Presented To
Out-Going Officers As
Gifts From Dormitory
Martha Cook entertained with its
annual formal spring dinner-dance
last night. A reception was held from
7:30 to 8 p.m. Those receiving were
Mrs. George Codd, Miss Sara Rowe,
Mr. and Mrs. Delos Heath, Dr. and
Mrs. James Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Stew-
art Baits, Lucille Alm, '35, Warren
Mayo, '35E, Marion Bertsch, '35, and
Art Trophagen, '36.
Dinner was served at 8 p.m., spring
flowers, being used as decorations.
The centerpieces were miniature
Maypoles, and streamers from these
ended in place cards for the individ-
ual guests. The same decoration
scheme was carried out in the Blue
Room, where the dancing was held,
with a large Maypole in the center
of the room.
Bill Marshall's orchestra provided
the music for dancing, which was!
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.C
The out- going officers receivedf
Colonial corsages as gifts from the
dormitory. Lucille Alm, the out-going1
president, was charming in white,
crepe. Blue was also a prominent col-
or for the formals, and this hue was
chosen by the other officers. Marion
Bertsch, out-going vice-president and
social chairman, was particularly at-
tractive in a blue organdy seersuck-
er. Dorothy McDonald and Ger-
trude Keneklasen, officers for next
year, wore blue organza and blue
crepe, respectively.
The Delta Sigma Y fraternity at
a recent election chose for their new
officers the following: president, Col-
on MacDonald, '35, senior. warden,
Roland Gallagher, '36, junior ward-
en, Joe Cram, '35E, treasurer, Leon
Kercher, '36, scribe, Kenneth Kil-
gore, '37, historian, Floyd Monaweck,
'35, master of ceremonies, Ernest
Bateson, '36, master of festivities,
Bernard Gary, '35, and correspondent,
Don Rohn, '38.

With fashion advocating simplicity
of cut in the new summer dresses A
dressmakers are finding it necessary Astate meet for all of the active
to concentrateon novel materials for Delta s y e meis woi bta De lta
effectiveness in styles.DetsooiyiMchgnwlbeed
here today at the Iota chapter house.
Printed satin is very popular at the Plnfothariravbenmd
present time for, besides being very Plans for the aair have been made
attractive in itself, it lends itself well under the direction of Mrs. Francis
to combinations with other mate:ials Schilling.
such as linen or net. It adds a shim- The day's acivi :es will start with
mery beauty to dressy styles, and yet a luncheon at 1 p.m. at the house.
is practical enough to wear for sports. Dean- Lydia Jones of Michigan State
The new sprir shades are par- Normal College, Ypsilanti, and Miss
ticularly attractive in these satins, Marian Stowe, associate professor of
Among these colors are included dramatics, Ypsilanti will speak at
south sea blue, Briton blue, talisman, this time. Jane Brucker '36, pres-
chamois, French amethyst, bambine ident of the local chapter, will act
blue, emerald green, south sea pea- as toastmistress.
cock, south sea petunia, melrose, dus- Skits will be presented by Iota and
ty pink, south sea pink, lemon, but- Gamma chapters, hostesses for the
terfly, ivory, delphinium blue, Amer- meet. The skit to be given by mem-
ican beauty, and aquamarine. bers of the Iota chapter has been
Silk seersucker i s another new ma- written by Dorothy Shappell, '36.
terial easily adapted to formal or Taking part in it will be Louise Stone,
informal styles. It is crinkly, like itsi'36; Eleanor Young, '36; Betty Jane
cotton predecessor, but has a silky Flansburg, '37; Peggy Compton, '37;
sheen. s and Betty King, '37.
An example of its smartness is seen A tea for those attending the meet
;in an evening model that combines will be held at 4:30 p.m. at the home
white silk seersuckersand a bright of Mrs. Arnold Goss on Glozier road.
plaid jacket of this same material. A banquet for alumnae and their
The whole may be quickly dipped in husbands andafriends will be held at
thick suds, and so made fresh on a 6:30 p.m. at the League. Golf
few hours notice, matches have been arranged for the
Tickets for the Senior Breakfast .. . To Tour
may be purchased at the League
from 3 until 5 p.m. this afternoon. Greenfield Vilao"
rhey are priced at 55 cents.


'~~o XU , ,l nr10. I c Iarge o~n ndD
Senior Breakfast a greater success . and Mrs. Leslie Rittershfer
men's event, will act as an announcer will chaperone.
than ever, and we hope that all sen- for the show and Gordon McDonald,
ior women who possibly can will at- '35, will be ringmaster. Judges for
tend," Charlotte Whitman, general the show will include Dr. F. L. Arner,
chairman, stated. chairman, Dr. J. D. Bruce, and C. J.
Tickets for the breakfast will be on Fritz. Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven
sale again today in the Undergradu- will present the ribbons to the win-
ate Office of the League from 3 to 5 ners, ribbons being awarded to those Mction Pictures: Majestic, "Our
p~m- placing first, second and third in Little Girl" with Shirley Temple;
each of the judging events. New this Michigan, "The Whole Town's Talk-
Mrs. Dean Meyers i year will be the competition between ing" with Edward G. Robinson; Whit-
the men and women. ney, "Secret Bride" with Barbara
IHonored At Dinner Admission to the show will be free, Stanwyck and "Law Beyond the
,and transportation for spectators to Range" with Tim McCoy; Wuerth,
the fair grounds may be had by tak- "Babes in Toyland" with Laurel and
At their annual formal administra- ing one of the busses leaving the Hardy, and "Red Hot Tires" with
tion dinner Thursday night, Betsy North University entrance to the Mary Astor.
Barbour honored Mrs. Dean W. My- League at 2:15 p.m. Diamna:. Lydia Mendelssohn, "La-
ers, retiring member of the board of burnumn Grove" with Edmund Gwenn,



governors. Mrs. Myers has been a
very progressive member of that Mock Wedding Is
board for 15 years and was director
for two years. Her work has been of 1leldIn Io rt (
great benefit to the dormitory.

3:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Dancing: Silver Grill of the League,
Union Ballroom, Granger's, Hut Cel-
lar, Chubbs.


-N : I I

The guest list included: President
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dr. ___ ert_'Eletn lOf ne Bofc
and Mrs. Dean W. Myers, Mr. and Election Of New Officers
Mrs. Junius Beal, Mrs. Edward Kraus, i Wedding bells rang and shotguns
Regent Esther M. Cram, Mr. and Mrs. banged in honor of Mr. Walter B. At the last meeting of the Ann Ar-
Frederick B. Jordan, Mrs. Beryl Fox Rea, assistant to the Dean of Stu- bor branch of the University of
Bacher, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Christen- dents, and Miss Marjorie Pettibone, Michigan women, held yesterday at'
sen, Dean J. A. Bursley, Mr. and Mrs. who recently announced their en- the home of Mrs. Alex Dow of Bar-
Ira Smith, Dr. and Mrs. George Stan- gagement, last night at the spring ton Hills, officers for the coming sea-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith, Dr. formal of Scabbard and Blade which son were elected.
and Mrs. Yoakum, Mr. and Mrs. Har- was held at the Washtenaw Country Mrs. A. O. Lee was reelected presi-
ry B. Earhart, and Miss Jeanette Club. dent of the organization; Mrs. Wil-
Perry. In the mock shotgun wedding, cari- liam C. Walz succeeded Mrs. Martha
catures on real persons and names G. Colby in the office of vice-presi-
DRi. were included in the specially written dent; and Mrs. Otto E. Guthe was re-
Iay onur Kondratowicz script. Gerrit J. DeGelleke, '35, was elected secretary-treasurer.
To Give Music Recital the minister who performed the cere- The group voted to assume com-
mony for Donald P. Morton, '35, the plete responsibility for the support
Raymond Kon'dratowicz, '35SM, bridegroom, and his bride, John T. of the G. Carl Huber fellowship for
pianist, student of Prof. Joseph simpson, '35E, (6 feet, 4 inches tall). next year.
Brinkman of the School of Music, will The wedding ring, a ball and chain,
give his Graduation Recital, at 8:15 was fastened around their legs to DELTA ZiTA
p.m. Thursday, May 23, in the School keep them together through the rest Delta Zeta sorority announces the
of Muisic Auditorium, of their lives. The blustering sheriff, pledging of Grace Gray, '36, Ann Ar-
He will open his program with "Pre- Rufus D. Keiser, '35E, entered amid bord
lude and Fugue in D Major" by Bach- ,hots to the tune of "I Surrender - ----
D'Albert. After this number he will Dear."
play Beethoven's "Sonata, Op. 110, Other members of the cast were
Moderato Cantabile, Allegro Molto, William A. McClintic, '35E, the ring J une 14
and Allegro," "Ma non Troppo-Fuga," girl; Anson G. Raymond, '36E, a mes-
and "La Soiree dans Grenade" by senger who made frequent entrances;
Debussy. He will close with "Scherzo,! Lowell F. Sarnes, '35E, little Nell; andK
Op. 31" by Chopin, and "Symphonic f Howard W. Underwood, '36E, the
Etudes, Op. 13" by Schumann. ( father of little Nell.



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