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April 30, 1936 - Image 5

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Petitioning For
Fiesta Positions
To StartToday
Women Will Be Assessed
$1 As Contribution Te
Class Project
Petitioning for membership on
committees for the Freshman Fiesta
will be held today and tomorrow, ac-
cording to Jenny Petersen, '39, gen-
eral chairman of the project.
All Freshman women interested in
joining a committee may file peti-
tions in the undergraduate office.
Committees open for petition are:
Finance, Publicity, Entertainment,
Decoration, Music, Posters and Cos-
Every freshman woman will be as-
sessed one dollar as her contribution
toward the class project. This meth-
od of financing has been used for the
last three years for Junior Girls'
Play, Sophomore Cabaret and Fresh-
man Project. Members of the finance
committee under Frances Suther-
land, '39, will call on the girls in the
various dormitories and league houses
within the next two weeks.
It was decided in the committee
meeting that each freshman woman
sign her name and home state in Miss
Ethel McCormick's office in the
League, where a sheet will be placed
on the bulletin board for the purpose.
This will be used as a basis on which
to work out plans, which although
still indefinite will be on the lines of
a pageant, for the Fiesta.
The Fiesta will be given in con-
nection with Lantern night on Palm-
er Field. This project is the first
chance that freshmen women have
had to participate in campus activi-
The Freshman Fiesta of this year
differs greatly from past annual pro-
jects by freshman classes. A Mardi
Gras dance in the League Grill was
given by first year women last year,
culminating in the crowning of the
queen, Kay Carpenter, '35, who was
selected by an all-campus vote.
Name Winners
For Finals In
Bridoe Matci
Winners in the League finals of the
all-campus bridge tournament, begun
early this semester and continuing
ever since, are Gamma Phi Beta and
Martha Cook dormitory. The an-
nouncement was made yesterday by
Virginia Van Dyke, '38, recently ap-
pointed chairman who took the place
of Harriet Hathaway, '38.
The men's finals are expected to
be concluded by this Saturday, ac-
cording to Herbert Wolfe, '38, chair-
man of the Union tournament. Next
Wednesday or Thursday evening the
last matches in the tournament are
to be played at the League and will
take place between the winning af-
filiated and independent men and
women. These winners will be the
recipients of the League and Union
Gamma Phi Beta's victory Tuesday
night over Alpha Omicron Pi ended
a series of games among approximate-
ly 18 sororities which had en-
tered the tournament at the begin-
ning of the semester. Martha Cook
emerged victorious as a result of de-
feating Mosher-Jordan Halls and ac-
cepting a default from Helen New-
berry Dormitory, the only other in-
dependent entries.

Derby Costume

Orchestra For
Arehitect's Ball

Enitertain- Facuxlty
At Mosm-dieirj4)rd an

Large Crowd
Is Present At

Lawyers Will Give
Derby lanice Soon

Members of the facu :u y .e teil 0' The annual spring dance of the law
Is Anno ced entertained at dinner' tis, a llt ens Tea students will be held from 9 p.m. to
Mosher JordanHall. The rian ...__ o midnight, S.ity, M.y 2 in the
.Ja Lawyers Club, accordi i to William
Jiissiise Rasc W-1 1y1 NaurataMosherwill bx-f"rma. y Blue Predominaing Bagby, '361,
J fGuestselelWlll~a of Jordan ha:ill are:Mr, a ml (.,{or Of Dr1)iesses X~ory, Earl Han'ger's orchestra from De-
For Dance Here MAy 8 M "" ( . U m W -n r a
Fo ac eeM y8Mrs Karl H. ehmiah Mr. anid trait will furnish thle music for the
In Barbour yVmn1las4ium Mrs. Robert P. Brigs, Mi. and Mrs ly Trose Present dance, which will be informal and
- - Frederick O'Dell, Mr. aid Mrs. Jose closed to members of the Lawyers,
Jimmie Raschel and his orchestra M. Albaladejo, Mr. and Mrs. Leonardtor Club and studentts of theepw School.
eelorTheedance wollehtve assitsotheme
has been selected to play for the an-. S. Wilson, Mr. James C. O'Neill, Mr. choice among the large student rep- The dance will have as its theme
nual Architects' Ball, to be held May Thomas A. McGuire, Miss Catherine rcsentationi who yesterday attended the Kentucky Derby, ogby said, and
C8idlip, Miss Mary Louise Holmes, the second Ruthven tea of the year. is to console all those who were un-
8, in Barbour Gymnasium, it, was!Mr. Charles N. Stauhah, Miss MaAy able to attend the famous meet.
annonce recntl byRobet Mrri, no Pa chand issMmdAlice Sliimghuff, '36, in navy blue set
announced recently by Robert Mortis, ricrn Patch anciMis , M~iii rucken~ ofl'with white piping was seen en- Chaperons for the affair will be
'36A, general chairman for the af- illet .iying tea in the library, and Lois Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dr.
fair. Mosher is enteritaining Mr. and 11;mug, '37, was busy pouring in a crisp William M. Brace and Miss Inez Bos-
The orchestra is a touring group Mrs. Geore M. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. blue tafleta with white polka dots orth, dir-ectress of the Lawyers Club.
and is coming to Ann Arbor after a Bert E. Boothe, Mr. Gl n McGeoch, id large puffed sleeves,---
short engagement in Chicago. Ra- Miss Ethel McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Jo ,hine Wilcox, '37, and Marion GAMMA Pil BETA
schel will play from a platform that Alfred IT. Stockard, Mr. and Mrs. Edgert on, '36, both in pastel blue, Beta chapter of Gmma Phi Beta
is built like a ship's cabin, and the Max S. Handmnan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy wandeed froim room to room and a will hold its fifty-fourtli biennial re-
dancers will be on the ship's deck be- H. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ed-n mirner of Chi Psis seemed very en- ilion this week-end. Miss Rose An-
fore him, dy, Miss Gertrude Muxen, Mr. and ossed in the pottery display. Among derson, president of the Ann Arbor
Since the theme for the ball will be Mrs. Charles . Koela, Mr. and Mrs. lhem were Ladd McKay, '38, William Alumnae Association, will preside.
"A World Cruise," the entire clecora- Willard C. Otlson, Mr. and Mis. Or- Oliver, '37. Charles Hunt, '36, the new
tions will endeavor to carry out this lando W,. lephenson, Mr. 01,10 J. pmesideni of the house, John Cawley,
idea. Around the balcony rail of the Stahl and Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. '36. and Richard Brooks, '36.
n rigs.1T

Where To GO
Theatre: Michigan, "Love Before
Breakfast" with Ca'ole Lombard.
Majestic. "Everybody's Old Man"
with Irvin S. Cobb and "Muss 'Em
Up" with Preston Foster. Wuerth,
"Petr Ibbetson" with Ann Harding
and "Lady of Secrets" with Ruth
Chatterton. Orpheum, "Rose Of The
Rancho" with Gladys Swarthout and
"Murder In The Private Car" with
Charlie Ruggles. Whitney, "The
Clairvoyant" with Fay Wray and
"Shipmates Forever" with Dick Pow-
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
State and Liberty
Watch Repairing!

-Associated Press Photo.
Miss Rise Norton of Louisville,
Ky., selects this jacket dress for a
Derby costume. A black sheer, the
dress has a reversible jacket of
matching black and lime yellow.
The belt fastens with a clump of
pale water lilies.
Penny Carnival
Pn roves To Be
Great Suce s
Showing a net profit of about $300,
the largest amount ever made in the
history of the annual Penny
Carnivals, the 1936 Penny Carnival
proved to be one of the most suc-
-essful ever attempted. Approximate-
ly 1,500 people attended, it was re-
vealed yesterday.
The entire amount made in the
Carnival is usually used for the W.
A. A. projects the following year, but
due to the grest interest in the pro-
posed women's swimming pool, every-
thing over $200 will be used in a fund
toward the natatorium this year.
The Delta Gamma booth won the
prize for taking in the most of any
individual booth by making over $24,
Dorothy Shappell, '36, finance chair-
man stated. Marjorie Lehner, '39,
managed the booth.
The new system of using one buy-

gym, ine-preservers and other t-ypical '
ship accessories will be hung, while
at the sides will be large portholes,
through which scenes representing
the various countries will appear.
Ropes with signal flags are to be
suspended from the top of the gym.
A fancy dress costume is not obli"
gatory for the affair, butif one is
chosen, it should be a costume of one
of the countiies to be visited on the
tour or one suitable for shipboard.
Patrons for the dance will be Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander Ruthven,
Dean and Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean
Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Walter
Rtea, Professor and Mrs. Emil Lorch
and the faculty of the college.
Tickets, priced at $2.50 apiece,
have been put on general sale at Ul-
rich's, Van Boven's, and the Union
desk. They can also be procured
from committee men, it was stated.
er to purchase everything was in-
novated this year and proved so suc-
cessful that it will be continued for
futArirp t . r rnin .ls

Military Ball To h ave
Exlibitio By Drill Team
An exhibition given by the drill
team will be one of the outstanding
features of the 1936 Military Ball,
Paul W. Philips. general chairman,
has announced. The all air will lake
place Friday, May 1, in the Union.
The members of this team are Al-
len Andrews, '39E; G. Stanley Reed,
'39; J. R. Ireland, '39E; C. H. Car-
rothers, '38E; David D. Beach, '39E;
William S. Taylor, '39E; William S.
Or', '39E; Fredrick A. Weber. '39);
Robert M. McAuliffe, '39; James E.
Colovin, '38; Roger J. Blake, '39; Wal-
lace E. Bash, '39; John G. Bulkeley,
'39; John E. Cornelius, '38; John Al-
den, '38; Francis A. Torrey, '39; and
Ted Madden, '39.

' IA tIItAexander ui. Ruhi ven
' and Mrs. Ruthven, looking attractive
im blat'k, received guests in the living
room along with Eleanor, the English
bulldog, brought to the President by
his family during his recuperation
in the hospital.
Presiding at, the tea table were
Jean Hatfield, '37, Mary .ambie, '37,
Mary Andrew, '37, and Miss King,
The members of the new League so-
cial committee assisted President and
Mrs. Ruthven
Groups which received special in-
l vii ations to0 the aff air' wei'e Alpha
Cumamm. Delta, Alpha Delta Pi, Delta
Ganima, Kappa Kappa Gamma and
Colle-giat C' rsi's soi'oritiles; and Chi
Psi, Trigon, Psi Upsilon, Chi Phi and
Flermitage fraternities.

at $ .95 - _ .95 and $3.95
Values up to $6.00
At the DILLON SHOP 605 East Williams, Off State

iULUe cal-1Va 6.
Mary B. Johnson, '38, who filled
this position, explained its success
on the basis that it saved money by
being able to buy in large quantities
and made the finance system more
unified. Bills, she stated, were still
coming in last June for the carnival
held the preceding May, making it
difficult to estimate the exact cost
of the event.
Jean Gourlay, '37, general chair-
man, expressed pleasure at the way
the affair succeeded. The coopera-
tion of the student body was out-
standingly good this year ,she point-
ed out. Miss Marie Hartwig and Dr.
Margaret Bell, also expressed their

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