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rRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
About 300 Couples To Attend Second Annual Assembly Ball'

PAGE FIVE
Tonight

Johnny Hamp
Will Play For
Formal Dance
Central Committee Is To
Eat Breakfast In League
After Ball
Ann Graham To Sing
2:30 Permission Granted
To Women Attending;
Plans Grand March
Promptly at 11:30 p.m. tonight the
Grand March for 'the second annual
Assembly ball will start in the League
Ballroom with Mary Ellen Heitsch,
'37, chairman, and Evans Morton,
'34E, leading the line. The ball will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Other members of the central com-
mittee who will march behind the
leaders are Janet Karlson, '38, as-
sistant chairman of the ball and Jack
Monting of Detroit; Margaret Ann
Ayers, '38, ticket chairman with War-
ren Cannon of Detroit; Virginia York,
'36Ed, programs chairman, and Fred-
erick Wiseogle, Grad.
On Central Committee
Jane MacDonald, '37, floor chair-
man and Richard McDonald, of Dear-
born; Florence McConkey, '38, chair-
man of decorations and Frederick
James, '37A; Josephine Montee, '38,
tickets chairman a n d Kenneth
Frankford, '38; Helen Jesperson, '38,
The tickets numbered 297 and
298 for the Assembly Ball have
been lost and will not be honored
at the door, Mary Ellen Heitsch,
chairman, announced.

Will Lead Grand Mar ch Of Assembly Ball

Mary Elen Heitsch, '37, general chairman of the second annual
Assembly Ball, will have as her guest Evans Morton, '34E. Miss Heitsch
and Mr. Morton will lead the grand march of the dance which will be
held today in the League ballroom.
Gaiety Of Spring Is Reflected
In Mirrors O New Compacts

Hayden Talks
On Education
In Philippines
Concentration, Uniformity
Are Stressed In Speech
To Alumnae Club
Prof. Joseph Hayden spoke to mem-
bers of the Michigan Alumnae Club
on "Education in the Philippines" at
a meeting of this group at 2:30 p.m.
yesterday in the League.
Uniformity of education and con-
centration of the system at the hands
of insular authorities at Manila are
the outstanding characteristics of the
system of instruction in the islands,
Professor Hayden stated. This uni-
formity is necessary for a people liv-
ing in the tropics, he believes, and has
developed here a spirit of nationality.
The majority of teaching is for
grades below high school, the speaker
stated; 80 per cent of the people being
in primary grades, 15 per cent in
intermediate schools and only 5 per
cent in high school. All teaching is
carried on in the English language,
he continued, which gives a large
number of persons the opportunity to
become teachers, professional people,
holders of government offices and
clerical positions because of their
command of the language.
The people of the Philippines are
very proud of their educational sys-
tem, Professor Hayden remarked, and
are more willing to give appropria-
tions through the legislature for this
cause than for improvements in
health conditions. There are now
7,000 students enrolled in the Uni-
versity of the Philippines, he stated.
The main purpose of the Michigan
Alumnae Club is the collecting of a
fund for scholarships and fellowships.
All dues are being used now solely
for the G. Carl Huber fellowship. Any
woman who has at any time attended
the University is eligible for mem-
bership in the club.
Mrs. A. O. Lee, president of the club,
introduced the speaker and an-
nounced that Miss Alice Alexander
would speak at the next meeting on
April 4. Dean Clarence Yoakum will
be guest speaker for the May meeting,
she continued.
Engagements
Of Graduates
Announced
A betrothal of interest on the Uni-
versity of Michigan campus is that
of Margaret Thompson, '32, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson,
of Detroit, whose engagement to
Pierre Victor Heftler, '34L, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Heftler of Grosse
Pointe, was announced recently at the
Detroit Golf Club.
Miss Thompson was women's editor
of the Michigan Daily in 1932 and
was voted most popular girl on cam-
pus the same year. She is a member
of Collegiate Sorosis. She was also
active in Frosh Project, Soph Cab-
aret, and J.G.P. Mr. Heftler attended
Dartmouth College and is a graduate
of the School of Engineering and
the Law School of the University of
Michigan.
Another engagement of interest is
that of Miss Blanche Plamondon
Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Henry Smith of Detroit and Charles
W. Bishop, '33L, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Horace M. Bishop of Detroit.
Miss Smith attended Sacred Heart
Convent and Liggett School. Mr.
Bishop is a graduate of the University
of Michigan and is a member of
Delta Chi and Phi Delta Phi.

CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

Two chapter houses announce plans
for initiations which they will hold to-
morrow; Phi Sigma Kappa announces
recent pledging, and two sororities
held exchange dinners yesterday.
ALPHA PHI

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Alpha Phi held an exchange dinner ed this weekend for a Greenwich Vil-
with Kappa Alpha Theta, Thursday lage party.
night March 12. Elizabeth Stierson, Alpha Rho Chi fraternity will hold,
'38, was in charge, its annual Greenwich Village party
DELTA DELTA DELTA this week-end. The dance is held
both tonight and tomorrow night,;
Delta Delta Delta will hold their according to Lee Milton, '3. The
initiation at 8 p.m. Friday and 2 chaperones will be Prof. and Mrs.
p.m Saturday. The following are to W. V. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs.
be initiated: Nancy Berdan, '37, Eliz- Paul C. Wagner. Mr and Mrs. Ray-
abeth Davy, '38, Jean Harrelson, '38, mond Matthews and Mr. and Mrs.
Pauline Kalb, '39, Margaret McCall, Fred H. Aldrich, Jr.
'39, Helen Mogford, '37, Carol Rock- Each room in the house will be
well, '37, Dorothy Ray, 238, Charlene decorated by a senior. The walls
Vallet, '39, Lyda Whitney, '36E and are covered with cardboard from
Avis Day, '37. After the initiation on floor to ceiling and the different
Saturday night, a banquet will be scenes are painted on by the art stu-
given. dents in the house.
KAPPA NU An open formal dance is to be
Kappa Nu announces the pledging given tonight at the Phi Delta Theta
of the following: Jerome Barron, '39, house, according to Paul Keeler, '37,
New York City; Nathaniel Holtz- social chairman of the fraternity, who
man, '39, Detroit; Phillip Finkelstein, is n charge of the affair. Prof. and
'38, Seymour Lubin, ''39, Brooklyn, Mrs. George M. Bleekman and Mr.
New York and Mrs. Frank Copley have been
1'1-I BETA PI invited as chaperones. Music will
Phi Beta Pi will hold its formal be provided by Herb Jolbsworthy's
initiation tomorrow for the following dance orchestra, and a buffet supper
initatio toorro forthewill be served at midnight.
men: P. Wayne Beardsley, J. Philip
Berger, Richard Brown, Robert Grif- Kappa Alpha Theta will hold a
fith, Mal Ivory, Raymond Koykka, closed dance tomorrow night Mr. and
Peter Poulos and Ellis Steffanson who Mrs. F. A. Hadley of Ann Arbor and
are freshman medical students. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin of
After the initiation the new mem- Detroit are the chaperons. Miss Edith
bers will be entered at a banquet. Hamilton and Miss Betty Little both
of Detroit will be house guests for
PHI SIGMA KAPPA the week-end.
Phi Sigma Kappa announces the The new initiates of Phi Sigma

Many Houses
Will Entertain
For Initiates
Several houses are holding formal
dances in honor of their initiates
this weekend. In addition to the
formal dances planned by the chap-
ter houses, Alpha Rho Chi has select-

Sigma are giving an advpritising party
for the actives tomorrow night at
the chapter house. According to
Sylvia Goldstein, '39, Bill Sawyer's
orchestra will play. The chaperones
are Mrs. L. N. Davies, Doctor and
Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins, and Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Podolsky.
Tomorrow night Alpha Kappa
Lambda will hold their initiation fol-
lowed by a formal dance which will
be closed The chaperons will be
Professor and Mrs. Howard McClusky
and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dorner
with the Moe and Carter Collegians
providing the music. Charles Has-
kins, '37E, is in charge and will be
assisted by Wallace Wheeler, '39E.
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patrons chairman, and Robert An-
drews, Grad; Barbara Schacht, '37,
publicity chairman and Robert Craw-
ford.
Three hundred and twenty couples
are expected to fill the ballroom for
the affair given by independent wom-
en on the campus. Johnny Hamp and
his nationally known band have been
contracted to play for the ball. Ann
Graham, 22-year-old Alabama singer,
will come with Hamp to be the fea-
tured artist tonight.
To Hold Breakfasts
A special breakfast party has been
planned for the central committee
and their guests to be held in the
League dining room after the ball for
the members of the executive board of
Assembly and members of Senior So-
ciety who will be the honored guests
at the ball.
A number of other breakfast par-
ties have been planned by individual
groups at the League and two other
local eating houses. Special 2:30
permission has been granted to the
women attending the ball.
This ball is the only large dance
given by the women during the second
semester and corresponds to the Pan-
Hellenic Ball held by sorority women
daring the first semester.
Select Women For
Supper Committee
The cap and gown committee for
Senior Supper was announced yes-
terday by Betty Greve, '36, chairman.
Fourth-year women who compose the
committee are Mary Morgan, Helen
Zeck, Sue Thomas, Claire Gorman,
Dorothy Shappell, Frances Butler,
Elizabeth Scherling, Marjory Bawdy,
Ruth Rich and Betty Green.
Gowns will be available for rent
from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, March
23 in the League ballroom. The ren-
tal will be $2.50, of which a $2 deposit
will be refunded when the garment
is returned after Commencement.
Caps are sold outright at $1.75. The
income from the rental of gowns and
sale of caps is incorporated in the
Undergraduate Fund of the League.
The collar sale is under the direc-
tion of Senior Society and is the only
source of income of that group. The
sum gained from last year's sale
was used to form a scholarship The
price of the collars is 35c.
ENTERTAIN AT SMOKER
The Dental School was entertained
recently by the senior class at a smok-
er in the Michigan Union. The high-
light of the program was moving pic-
tures taken in Florida and presented
through the courtesy of Matt Mann.

Both Small And Massive
Sizes Are Featured In
Pastel Colors
By SYLVIA LANG
The fresh gaiety of spring is echoed
in this spring's intriguing array of
new compacts. Tiny compacts prove
to be popular-one style is very small
and round and made of either gold
or silver on the sides and bottom -
the top being either black or white
with a design in the middle of the
same metal as the sides and bottom.I
The design may also assume the
form of a cameo. A simple adaption
of these compacts is one that is made
of either gold or silver in a lacy form
or the plain compact with a mirror
bottom.
A Yardley compact of gold is des-
tined to become one of the favorites
of the season. It is a double com-
pact, rectangular in shape, with a
mirrored top which slides off reveal-
ing powder and rouge in separate
compartments joined by a hinge. The
convenient and odd manner in which
this compact works encourages one
Pledges Announced
By Speech Society
Zeta Phi Eta formally pledged the
following at a meeting held last night
in the Hostess Room of the League:
Barbara Broad, '38, Jamaica, N. Y.;
Helen Morton, '37,8Gary, mnd., Janet
Groft, '38, York, Pa.; Florence Chai-
ken, '36Ed., Gary Ind., Meca Maple,
'38, Detroit; and Margaret Lowery,
'38, Detroit.
These girls will be initiated in April
at the same time the following girls,
who were pledged in the fall, are:
Claire Gorman, '36 Spec., Helen Barr,
'38; Nelson Persons, '38; Dorothy Cor-
son, '38; and Janet Neaman, '36.
Jane Fletcher, '36, president of Zeta
Phi Eta has left the University to
study in New York under Francis
Robinson Duff, a teacher in dramatics
and speech. Her position has been
filled by Janet Brackett, '36.
L A TE JTREET
WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING

to keep one's make up always fault-
less.
Delicate pastel colors, which are
invariable associated with spring; are
t:;king a salient role in the new com-
pacts. Coty features a lovely gold
compact lavishly trimmed with
aquamarine on the top and on the
protruding sides. Round or square
yellow compacts are very much in
demand.
An interesting compact is a red
square embellished on top with a
needlepoint design of flowers. An-
other compact ornamented with
needlepoint is of grey outlined in
gold around the sides, and encircling
the top where it opens -the top be-
ing decorated by the needlepoint pat-
tern.
Compacts which are massive in size
:e very much in the vogue this
spring. Large square silver or gold
compacts resembling cigarette cases
are popular. These gold or silver
compacts are also featured in a va-
r jety of quaint shapes. They are,
as a rule, devoid of any ornamenta-
tion, but some of them are relieved
by a small University of Michigan
seal.
Mammoth round black or white
compacts with brilliants around the
sides are very attractive with dressy
aternoon clothes or informal dresses.
A3!though these compacts are very
large, they are thin and give a dainty
appearance. Compacts designed es-
pecially for very formal affairs are
made of either white or gold silk, are
round in shape and are, also, very
thin.
SIGMA PHI
Sigma Phi fraternity recently in-
itiated the following men: James
Talman, '39E, Charles Jacobson, '39E,
William Newman, '39, William Mills,
'39 Spec., Harold Davidson, '39, Doug-
las Hayes, '39, Robert Reid, '39, Al-
fred Ellick, '39, Lorne Meisch, '39,
Newton Ketcham, '39, Joseph Spitsley,
'38E, and Rufus Roys, '39.

pledging of Erwin Ward, '39E, of
Rochester, N. Y., and Rodman Whit-
ford, '38E, of Weelsville, N. Y.
Sorosis Holds
Celebration Of
50thBirthday
Today marks the beginning of a
week-end of activity for the mem-
bers and alumnae of Collegiate Sor-
osis who are celebrating their fiftieth
anniversary. The sorority was found-
ed in 1886 from the New York Sorosis
Club.
Saturday the following pledges will'
be initiated: Rebecca Bursley, '39SM;
Olga Erickson, '39; Marian Dailey,
'38; Patricia Haff, '39; Jeanette Hoff-
man, '38; Edith Hooker, .'39; Betty
Hunter, '39; Louise Nack, '38; Eleanor
Skiles, '39; Frances Sutherland, '39;
Mary Wheat, '39
The festivities will start itoday
with a tea at the Sorosis house; to-
night the Detroit alumnae will give
a dinner at the League; Saturday
there will be a luncheon and a ban-
quet at the Union. Sunday the en-
tertainment will wind up with a
dinner at the chapter house.
About 100 out of town guests are
expected for the week-end. Among
those coming are: Mrs. James T.
Christy, Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Alexander
K. Sage, Jr., Mrs. Arthur G. Reeves,
Mrs. W. Brace Krag, Mrs. Zel Dow-
ling, Miss Jessie Metcalf, Mrs. James
A. Lafer, Mrs H. Lee Simpson, Miss
Ruth Todd, Miss Margaret Thompson,
Mrs. Ward A. Detwiler, LouiseMCady,
Mrs. Robert D. Uutton, Miss Marcia
Putnam, Mrs. George A. Alderton,
Miss Helen Servis, Detroit.
Mrs. Walter Hoyt, Akron, O.; Miss
Helen Stevenson, Rochester, N.Y.;
Mrs. Gilbert Montague, Mrs. Robert
T. Crane, Jr., New York City; Mrs
Robert Barney, Cleveland, 0.

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