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FIDIAY, MAY, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Annual Architects Bail To Be Held Tonight

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Barbour Gym
To Be Scene
Of Festivities
'A World Cruisse' Will Be
Theme O[ Deeora lions
For lDance

Key Dance Date Changed

To Spoak

lit Detroit

Morris Is Chiairman
Entertainment Committee
Phuis U liusil Program
As Surprise
The annual Architects Ball will be
held from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight
in Barbour Gymnasium. Robert
Morris, '36A is general chairman for
the affair.
Other committeemen are: Dixon
Lathrop, '37A, and Edward Duffield,
'37A, co-chairmen of the decorations
committee; Richard Stickney, '36A,
and Harry Shefman, '36A, co-chair-
men of the publicity committee; Her-
bert Stevens, '36A, who has had
charge of the sale of tickets and Wil-
liam Warick, '36A, who has been di-
recting plans for the sale of tickets.
The music committee has been under
the chairmanship of Richard Poll-
man, '36A, while Charles Stocking,
'36A, has had charge of the program
committee. Robert May, '37A, had
charge of the selection of patrons and
patronesses for the dance
'World Crise' Theme
Since the theme of the ball will be
that of a "World Cruise," all of the
decorations will endeavor to carry out
this idea. Around the balcony rail
of the gym, life preservers and other
typical ship accessories will be hung,
while at the sides will be large port-
holes, through which scenes repre-
senting-various countries will appear.
Ropes with signal flags are to be sus-
pended from the top of the gym.
Jimmie Raschel and his orchestra
has been selected to play for the ball,
and will play from a plat'orm that
is built like a ship's cabin, while the
dancers will be on the ship's deck
before the orchestra.
Costumes Not Obligatory
Morris has announced that a fancy
dress costume is not obligatory for
the affair, but that if one is worn it
should be a native costume of one of
the countries to be visited on the
tour, or one suitable for shipboard.
All plans for the entertainment
that has been planned by the com-
mittee are as yet secret, but from all
rumors it is expected that it will be
one of the most novel and unusual
entertainments which have ever been
offered at any dance on the campus,
according to Morris.
Tickets are priced at $2.50 per
couple and there are still a very few
left which may be obtanied at Ul-
rich's, Van Boven's or the Union desk.
Will Choose Queen
At Union Tomorrow
Plans for the "May Dance" to be
held tomorrow night in the Union
Ballroom are now completed, Robert
G. Daily, '37E, Union councilman, an-
nounced last night. From 20 repre-
sentative girls Michigan's "May
Queen" for 1936 will be chosen.
The various sororities and dormi-
tories were contacted by Union com-
mitteemen, and representatives were
chosen by these groups to represent
them at the dance Saturday night.
Letters have been sent to the girls
chosen inviting them to the regular
dance and including other details as
to the judging and the reception to
be held during the dance intermission.
The final list of the girls selected will
be published in The Daily tomor-
row.
GAMMA Pill BETA
Gamma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Helen Owston, '39, of De-
troit.

Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of
wcmen, will speak on "Current Sit-
uations with Regard to Women on
the Campus" at the annual spring
luncheon of the Detroit Association
of University of Michigan women
whizh will be held at 1 p.m. tomor-
row in the hotel Statler.
any .Dances
Are Planned
Fo*r Week-End
This week-end promises to be a
busiy one as a great many parties
have been planned by the various
chapter houses on campus.'
Chi Psi will entertain tonight at a
sumnmer formal as will Sigma Chi and
Alpha Sigma Phi. A formal initia-
tion dance has been scheduled by
S igma Phi Epsilon, and Kappa Alpha
rheta and Alpha Epsilon Phi have
planned dinner dances. The latter
will be given at the Washtenaw
ountry Club. An informal party
will be given by Zeta Psi, and Theta
Delta Chi has planned an open in-
formal dance.
Three houses have planned house
parties for the week-end. Zeta Beta
fha will hold a formal dance tonight
and a summer formal tomorrow
flight. Kappa Nu is entertaining at
a closed formal tonight and an in-
formal dance tomorrow night which
will also be closed, and formal dinner
dances will be held both nights by
dhi Epsilon Pi.
Tomorrow night spring formals will
be given by Alpha Kappa Kappaand
Phi Lambda Kappa.
WATCH FOR
Jacobs on'seb
Announcementon
Sunday's Society Page
night Kapp Nu s entrtaiingat

Ina Ray hton
Is Selected To
Pl4y For P rty
lotuor Soc e les Will Begin
Sale 01' Tikes Today;
Number Liiled T )300
Ina Ray Hutton and her Melo-
dears, termed by musical experts as
one of the best woman's bands in
the country, has been contracted to
play for the Key Dance, whi:h, con-
trary to previous announcement, will
be held May 29 in the Union Ball-
room.
According to Frank Barnard, '37,
chairman of the Key Dance commit-
tee, the date for the Key Dance
was changed to May 29 because it
was possible to sponsor Miss Hut-
ton's band.
The sponsoring of the Key Dance
will be the first time that all the
campus honorary societies have ever
cooperated .together for any single
project. However, the tickets will not
be- limited to the membership of the
societies but will be available to the
entire campus.
Michigamua, Sphinx, Triangles,
Vulcans, Druids and Sigma Delta
Chi are the groups jointly sponsor-
ing the party. All tickets will go on
sale today and may be procured from
the members of any of these societies.
A few of the tickets will also be on
sale at the Union desk. The number
of tickets which are priced at $3 will
be limited to 300, Barnard said.
Miss Hutton's band is coming direct
' from New York City where it has
been playing at the Casino de Paree.
T''he leader of the band, which is
composed of 14 women, was a dancer
at one time in the George White
and Ziegfeld shows. The Frazee Sis-
ters are featured with the orchestra.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Delta Tau Delta announces the re-
cent pledging of Jack Walker, '38, Mc-
Comb, 0.

i56 Are Named To Dr. Bell Will Addres
Theatre Coiii ttee Prospective Freshmen
Dr. Margaret Bell will address pro-
Fifty-six new members Of the spective Michigan students and their
tyt-atsc inimem of the mothers at meetings today and to-
hare-ats comunmee of the Leagre morrow in Cleveland, Ohio.
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lotte Rueger, '37, League president. School Dr. Bell will talk to students
""ur are"" Quest, '37, is chairman of of tIhat school and of Shaker Heights
the giroup. High School on the subject of Health
New members include: Ruth All- alti opfe
deridge, '38, Janet Allington, '38,anPhsclEutinsaprf-
(Flrances Baker, '39, Marjorie Barow- sion for women. She will also speak
sky, '38A, Marian Bell, '38, Virginia Io the University Physical Education
Department.
Bensley, '39A, Margaret Bentley,'3 A meeting of all the suburban and
Nancy Berdan, '37, Wilma Bernhard,conyshlswlbeedat2pm
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Marjorie Downey, '38, Billie Faulk- With the assistance of Miss Ruth
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Haas, '38, Mary Ellen Heitsch, '3'7, and some Physical Education Depart-
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