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AY, MARCH 10, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

c7Yerry -o YRguncl
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The Merry-Go-Round of campus life is still going round and round and
class parties again hold the lime-light . . this past week-end it was the
Soph Prom. The committee in charge of the dance planned it on a night
when there would be -a full moon . . . and the moon was out in all its splen-
dor. The programs for the dance were of metal out of which were cut a
couple dancing against a full moon. Red . . . the traditional Sophomore
class color . . . was used as a background . . . and the color scheme was
also carried out in the decorations.
A whole deluge of people came in about the same time . . . and among
those that we saw chatting downstairs were . . . Julie Kane in blue net . .
Ann Timmons looking very stunning in red . . . Jean Greenwald . . . who
was with Max Graff . . . in red chiffon set off with rhinestones at the
neck . . . Phyllis Price in mustard colored crepe . . . Malene Tuttle in purple
satin . . and Mary Elliott in red and silver lame . . . Mary was with
Joe McCown.
At The Soph Prom...
A little later we saw Jane Willoughby with Bob Wells and Louise Florez
with Fred Shroyer talking together . . Jane was wearing blue lace trimmed
in wine . . , and Louise's formal of white crepe had a deep green Grecian
scarf dropping from the shoulder. Charlotte Houk also wore white . . .
her formal being trimmed with red flowers at the shoulder . . . Charlotte
was with Don Alexander.
Between dances M. E. Moore and Floyd Gustafson stopped to talk to
Grace Snyder and Tor Nordenson . . . Grace wore a print formal . . . and
M.E. chose a black crepe set off with white fur lapels. Harriet Shackleton
selected a flowk eyed print cut on Grecian lines . . .
In the huge crowd collected about the orchestra were Dorothy Barrett
and Jerre Sarrah . . . Dorothy wore a blue crepe with a sequin collar . . .
Everyone paid strict attention when Shirley Lloyd sang "St. Louis Blues"
. . . Mary Johnson and Bob Burns were among the intent spectators. Kay
Shields in brown lace and San Ladd also looked on.
We noticed Doris Bolton and Vince Butterly dancing by. Over in a
corner Adeline Singleton and Rod Craighead were doing some very intricate
steps to the tune of "Wahoo." Jean Waterston and Earle Whetsell were
watching the grand march. Pauly Power and Grant Barnes also preferred
to be spectators.!

Newcomer In Films

Annual Dance
To Be Held By
Dental School
Announce Commnittemnt
For Second Odonto Ball
In CampusHistory
The second annual Odonto Ball.
given by members of the dental
school, will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, March 27, in the Union
ballroom, according to Delos R. Ker-
vin. '37D, recently appointed general
chairman for the event.
Announce Committeemen
Other committeemen, all members'
of the junior class in the dental
school, who have been recently an-
nounced are: Donald Kerr. ticket
chairman; Jerome J. Mallon. in
charge of patrons and patronesses:
Thomas D. Gilson, music chairman:
Harlow Bates and Martin Neimark,r
co-chairmen of publicity; Ray Som-
ers, who will arrange for programs'
and favors; and Anthony Kolberg
and Robert Harding, co-chairmen of
decorations.{

Band Leade,'

Individualily Is Main Feature

Of New Perfwines For Spr

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Light Floral Sc nta A ai
eight Of caopidariy For
Coming ScaSoii

~eing as their contents. There is
"Opi ing Night" and "Mon Image,"
. s :n1M fume in a tricky bot-
tii ond both may be had in new small
,,:, i fw half the fnrmp ensf

Jack Russell will bring his radio
orchestra to officiate at the Odonto
ball, annual dental school dance, to
be held March 27. The band comes
from Chicago where it has played
for dances at Northwestern and the
University of Chicago.

131(_"%rsLOr nai ne o er .t1 GZ
By DOROTHY STAEULLR Penthouse Set Is Shown
Individualism has left its imprint LeLong's "Penthouse" set has four
on perfumes as well as all the other different perfumes attractively ar-
spring fashions. Every mood and ranged in one box, also in a small edi-
dress may have its own perfume to tion. A sophisticated and oriental
give that added touch of cOfludnCC air may be obtained with "Empress of
and beauty. India. a hcavy, sweet perfume by
Accompanying the arrival of Machi velli. Caron also has a good
spring, floral odors will be in good evening offer in "Bellodgia," an eva-
taste-Caron's "Ga rde: 1is alwayS sive, indescribable type.
a good standby, and Luceien Le-Tong_ -- ____
has an eau de cologne in Gardenia in
a most attractive light green frosted Woien' s Organization
bottle. For a more delicate essence,
Machiavelli's "Duchess of York" will ko ' ifidlon
also prove popular. It has a lilac smell Be K:a Kpa Rho, organization for
and is especially fitting for fluffy, woen Kip private homes, held
feminine frocks. wOmnlvigin
'Tweed' Smart For Campus its annual initiation recently. Ini-
A find for the campus is "Tweed" tiates are: Dawn Bollinger, '39, Eure-
by Caron. This may be had ineau ka Cahill, '39, Esther Campbell, '39,
de cologne also, and its sharp, slight- Mary Colovin, '39, Virginia Evans, '37,
ly spicy breath of spring will be ap- Mary Goodrich, '39, Felicia Hmiel, '39,
propriate for that new tailored suit Johanna Meijer. '39, Florence Mich-
that has become so popular. AnotherJoan Mijr'3,FrecMc-
new eau de cologne is Troika - even linski, '39, Elizabeth Mounfield, '39,
the name sounds inviting, and the ex- Lueretia Ruisanchez, '39, Alma Seel-
perts describe its smell as that of ey, '38, Louisa Snohr, '38, Vera Stai.
Russian leather. Definitely there is '39, Elizabeth Walton, '39 and Eliza-
something of leather about it, but it beth Wentworth, '39.
is so elusive and cleverly disguised
that after a few whiffs you are still
uncertain as t'o what it really is. Eau E
de cologne is considered every bit as \
good as real perfume, now, and, ac- AT E ITREET
cording to reports, is enjoying larger
sales.
Lucien LeLong has bottles as in- WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING
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-Associated Press 'hoto
Miss Mary Ellen Huggins, 18, dis-
missed three weeks ago from an
Indianapolis, Ind., orphanage,
where she had lived all her life, has
a position in Hollywood as one of
the "glorified American girls" in a
motion picture now being filmed.

Russell's Band To Play
Jack Russell's orchestra has been !ehearsalsFor
engaged to play for the dance. The r
band has been fcatur'ed on numerous Flourthi J. G. P
radio programs and has played re-
cently at Vanity Fair, one of Chi- r a
caosmost popular' north side cafes To Start '1'odG
The _rhetas__elkon n
collegiate circles, having played for Rehearsals for the fourth Jun
proms at Northwestern University I Girls Play scene will start at 3

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Down in the Taproom we saw Barbara Teall and Pack Porter sipping
cokes . . . Barbara wore black satin studded with rhinestones. Betty Ronal
in a blue satin dress was with Freddy Buesser . . . they walked around the
taproom . . . stopping at different tables, visiting their friends.
Down in the taproom right after the Grand March, we saw another
very merry party sipping cokes around one of the big round tables. Marian
Fitzgerald was there looking particularly attractive in blue chiffon. Beside
her was Ted Alen. Walking around in the hall between dances we caught
a glimpse of Martha Hankey, in white lace, with Johnnie Wellington. Dutch
VanDyke was there with Phil Loomis, and sitting out a dance at the edge
of the ballroom were Ginny Eaglesfield and John Strayer. Ginny lookedv
lovely in ice-blue satin.
Dancing to some of that snappy Herbie Kay syncopation were seen BetteF
Groomes and Curran Maclntyre. Bette was wearing a stunning formal off
black chiffon with a large white stand-up collar. Also seen dancing werea
Dotty Corson and Danny Schurz. Dotty was also in a new black and whiter
spring formal.
With Those At The League *.
The League was a busy place as usual Saturday night .. . same music b
. . . same crowd . .. and the same attraction . . . we noticed Maureend
Friar and Bob Malloy sitting with Lucille Johnston and Lloyd Parr just insideo
the door . . . They were having a grand time playing some game that re-v
quired great concentration and much laughter . . . Nearby sat Marcia Con-f
nell and Ty Carlisle with Elise Reeder and Sandy McPherson . . . Eliset
looked very nice in a black crepe with a red neckerchief . . . We couldn't
figure out what Helen Stevenson and John Brennan were doing but theye
seemed to be enjoying it immensely . . It required several straws and a
napkin and Bob Andrew and Helen Jesperson thought it was very funny
that is if you judge from the peals of laughter that came from theirr
direction .. .
On the dance floor we noticed Virginia Whitney and Jack Cooper . . .
Virginia looked lovely in gold lame blouse with a black skirt . . . Shirl Cros-2
man was there too in a black dress with a sunning lace collar . . . June HoraI
looked very lovely in a red crepe trimmed with rhinestones . . . and Margaret.
Ferries wore red lace with a stand-up collar that was unusually attractive . . .
The League was fun . . . as per usual . . .
And At The Union .. .
There was quite a crowd at the Union Saturday after that exciting bas-
ketball game . . . We noticed Jaqueline Kolle in pale green crepe with a
silver belt dancing with Ed Adams . . . and Florence Harper was there in ae
black skirt with a silver Lame top. . . Sue Johnson and Butch Abbot dropped
in with vivid descriptions of all the important plays at the game . . . Sue
looked lovely in a dark green crepe with an ascot tipped in mink tails..
Pat Potter and Mike Sharp sat at a table with Kay McIntyre and some
other friends . . . It is good to see Pat again after her sojourn in the Healthk
Service with the measles . . . Mike was celebrating the occasion with a biga
cigar . . . It seemed like most of the hockey- team was there too . . . We
noticed Bert Smith . . Jack Merrill . . . and Larry David at one of the
tables ... s
Carl Gerstacker and Beverly Bendall spent Saturday at the Union too ...S
Beverly wore a brown and tan suit with a bright red blouse . . . On the
dance floor we saw Jean MacGregor in blue crepe with a finger tip length
jacket . . . and Rose Mary McKay was dancing with Norm Smith . .
Marge Turner and Gil Chevenelle seemed to enjoy the singer as they passed
by the orchestra . .. Marge was wearing black crepe with blue lame bow at
the neck . . . At a table in the corner we noticed Jane Servis . . . Jane was
wearing light green that looked very nice in the candle light . ..-
A Glimpse Of The Bowery Ball ... *S
Did they have a good time at the Bowery Ball Saturday night . . . thef
treat was on the Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Joe McGeoch and Susie Zilch weret
dressed fit to kill when they arrived at the Ball . . . by the way it was heldt
at the Scarle, Venus Club . . . They were met at the basement door bye
bartender . . . Bill Scholz with long white apron and sweeping mustache .. .
who unofficially welcomed all invited gangsters, molls, and other under- t
world characters who frequent the Bowery . . . Joan Wentz . . .. a little
girl in short frilly dresses and ankle socks accompanied Bill . . . apparently
she had come ii search of her father to inform him to come home as the clock
had struck cne . . . She gave up her search when she didn't find the
conventional swinging doors . . . Her twin sister . . . Betty Kesler . . . was
a little less ambitious and spent her time trying to inform Don Macnab . . .
the absent-nrnded professor . that he had put on one white and one black
shoe..
Going upstairs Joe and Susie greeted the dancers . . . The navy was
well represenied there having at its head "Captain" Bud Marcero who was
absorbed in keeping Peggy Duggan's green ostrich fan out of his face . . .
John Marley . . . in yellow derby hat red vest and white spats . . . whizzed
by with Virginia Osterman who was wearing her new suit with leg-o-mutton

N elson Offers
Explanation Of
HisResignation
Wishes To Devote More
Time To Development Of
Foreign Student Office
"I am enthusiastic over the pro-
spect of more adequate time for de-
veloping the work of my office in the
interests of the international groups," i
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor to
foreign students, said yesterday in
answer to many queries regarding hisr
resignation as head of the English
department in the College of Engi-
neering.
Will Ritain Professorship
At the last meeting of the Board of
Regents, Professor Nelson's request to
be relieved of his duties as English
departmental head was granted in
order that he might be free to do the
work for the large group of students
from other lands. He will still re-
tain his professorship in English and
will continue to give his lectures on
engineering reports to the engineer-
ing seniors and to edit the research
bulletins in engineering research. The
majority of his time, however, will be
spent in the counselor's office in Uni-
versity Hall.
Professor Nelson will conclude his
28th year of service in the College of
Engineering this Jucane. During most
of that time he has had the direction
of the department. For ten years he
was chaitiman of the English com-
mittee of the Society for the Promo-
tion of Engineering Education and
contributed regularly, as a member of
the staff to "Engineering Education."
Has Served 15 Years

and the Universities of Chicago and p.m. today in the League, Virginia
Illinois. Frink, director, announced yesterday.
The Odonto Ball is restricted to the The following people are to report
dental school, members of the dental for this scene: Elizabeth Stockdale,
profession and guests. The Grand Elizabeth McIntyre, Katherine Eich-
March will begin, as is customary, at elberger, Rita Wellman, Ruth Brown-
midnight. stein, Alice Oosterman, Dorothy
Tickets are priced at $2 and may I Bromeigh, Jean Nash, Marion Laugh-
be obtained from the central commit- ton.
teemen. Helen Shapland, Sally Levitt, Gret-
chen Kanter, Phyllis Blauman, Jose-
phine Cavanagh, Maryanna Chock-
Houses Initiate ley, BeatricerOberfeldt, Nancy Quirk,
.Jane Fitzgerald, Betty King, Mar-
guerite Merkel, Louise Ogens, Gail
R n 08Duffendack.
MydDMarion Holden, Mabel Howard,
Over W eek-IFnd Virginia Smith, Doris Hoyt, Marion
Patterson, Marion Donaldson, Jane
O'Ferrall, Charlotte Rueger, Betty

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Among the various social activities
of the past week end, the initiation
ceremonies heldaby three soroities
played an important part.
Alphi Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega announces the
initiation of the following: Phyllis
Bauer, '38, Rockford, Ill.; Maxine
Blaess, '39, Ann Arbor; Nancy Iul-
wick, '39, Goshen. Ind.; Gretchen
Lehmann, '37, Detroit; Florence Mid-
worth, '39, Trenton; Marion Stomler,
'39, Marine City; Irene Wakeman,!
'38, Pontiac; Margaret Waterston,
'38, Grosse Pointe and Martha
Thompson, '38. Iron Mountain.
Jean Nelson, '36, was in charge of
the ceremony. The speakers were
Maxine Blaess, Margaret Curry,
Jewell Wuerfel, Mary Morgan and
Mrs. William Trow.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority an-
nounces the initiation of the follow-
ing: Kathryn Keeler, '37, El Paso,
Texas; Janet MacIvor, '38, Detroit;
Mary Wickes, '39, Des Moines, Ia.;
Mary McClure, '39, Detroit; Grace
Lambrecht, '39, Detroit; Getty Boni-
steel, '39, Ann Arbor; Doris Holt, '38,
Detroit; Janet Fullenwider, '39, De-
troit; Harriet Pomeroy, '39, Standish;
Louise Stone, '39, Pasadena, Cal.;
Geraldine FitzGerald, '37, Lockport,
N.Y.; Mary Gies, '39, New York, N.I
Y.; Jean Bertram, '39, Detroit.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
, Kappa Kappa Gamma announces
the initiation of the following mem-
)ers: Mary Skinner, '39, Oak Park,
Ill.: Ruth Harris, '39, Hinsdale, Ill.;
Loraine Lambert, '39, Bloomfield:
Hills; Margaret Cram, '39, Pontiac;
Marjorie Link, '39, Oak Park, Ill.;
Nancy Dall, '39, Libertyville, Ill.; Alys
Pierce, '39, Royal Oak; Nancy Saibert,
'39, Oak Park, Ill.; Elizabeth Rorke,
'37, Cleveland Heights, 0.; Mary Hel-
en Hurley, '38, Jackson; Jean Stone,
'38, Beaver, Penn.; Eleanor French,
'39, Palm Springs, Cal.; Natalie Hicks,
'39, Rockville, Md.

Shirk, Judy Trosper and tJane P-itci-
er.
LEAGUE TO INTERVIEW TODAY
All women who have petitioned for
positions on the League Council and
who have not been interviewed as yet,
will be interviewed from 3 to 6 p.m.
oday, according to Winifred Bell,
'36, head of the Judiciary Council.

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Presenting - In a Galaxy
of New Colors
SOFTLY TAILORED
SUIT BLOUSES
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$1.95 and
$2.95
White - Dusty Pink - Aqua
Dresden Blue - Navy - Beige
Chamois - Nude - Grey
Fashion declares these softly
tailored blouses f e m i n i n e
enough for afternoon wear .
simple enough for suits. Bow
necklines, twin pairs of stitched
pockets, neat yokes and cuffs
are definitely 1936!
the
Elizabeth Dillon
SHOP
E. William-1 block off State

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The work of the Counselor to For-
eign Students has developed in thel
two years since that office was or- j
t'anized to the point where Profes-
ser Nelson finds it necessary to give
it practically his full time. In re-
;Jgning his administrative duties as
head of his department he is merely
availing himself of the provision!
made recently by the Regents to re-
lieve a man from administrative re-
sponsibilities after fifteen years cf
service.
Lutheran Students
Hear Dr. Markley
The Lutheran Student Club held a)
meeting Sunday night at the Zion,
Lutheran parish. After supper, a talk
was given by Dr. Mary E. Markley,
secretary of the Board of Education,
of the United Lutheran Church inI
America. Miss Markley. who has
traveled all over the world, told about
the problems of the students of for-
eign countries, particularly those of
India, China and Japan and of how
the church is meeting these prob-
lems.
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OUR GUEST FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Miss Ruby Hayden.
Personal Representatite
who will consult with you on your
skin problems, giving you the secret
of how easy it is to be your own
beauty specialist.
Come in for a lOt-ely Bd(ano facial
treatnient and personal advice on the
care of your skin, entirely without
obligation. Arrange for an appoint-

Spin Syc Sow of
Presented by GOODYEAR'S
THIS AFTERNOON at 2:30.
KNIT S-HOP . . Third Floor
ATCH the merry mood of the gay Spring season in your
own hand knits! And if you want the very latest "inside"
information on what's new . . . come to our Fashion Show!
Living mannequins will display everything you'll need for
a complete Spring wardrobe. You can copy them stitch by
stitch in the fine BEAR BRAND Yarns,
This E Uent Will Be Uner the Direction of
MISS SYBIL ARENSEN
Knit w'ear Stlist for BEAR BRAND Yarns
You are invited to bring your knitting problems to Miss
Areusen who will help ,you; she'll also be pleased to help
you select a smart style for yourself and start you with
the right yarns and needles.
Still plenty of time to complete a knitted costume
in the Hollywood Knitting Contest which closes
May 1st. Get the particulars and entry blanks in
our Knit Shop.

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