THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday night was one of those super super nights. In spite of the heat
the campus was alive with people dashing from one fraternity party to the
next . . . not to mention all those who wandered across the diagonal on
their way to the Architects' Ball garbed in every conceivable type of costume
and it is with the Ball that we shall start.
As we crossed the gang-plank onto the deck of the ship we found Dorothy
Roth and Rip Bowman admiring the decorations which were the best we've
seen in ages. The ceiling was completely covered with hundreds of streamers
. .. and flags of all nations. Around the walls were panels representing
different countries . .. Holland,Switzerland, etc. . . . the main one being a
panel of the New York sky line . . . .with all the ships coming into port . . .
Out from Detroit for the gala occasion were Margaret Newnan and Sue
O'Dell with Kenneth Dow and Harry Russel. Sue and Harry were right in
their element with their contrasting sailor costumes .. . Sue was in white
with blue .. . Harry in navy blue with white. Margie played the shy Sem-
inole maiden for the evening in a native costume from Florida . . . complete
to the beaded mocassin bag in which she carried her compact . . . Kenneth
stunned us all with his striking Indian costume which complimented hers.
Costumes A re Colorful.
Nina Gabrilowitch also from Detroit was with Thad Leland . . . she
wore a lovely rose-brocade wedding dress which Professor Plumner brought
ove from China .. . Thad was swishing a horse-tail whip and having a
great deal of trouble with his moccasins . . . During the intermission we
noticed one of the dancers in a Turkish costume seat himself in typical cross-
legged fashion as naturally as you please . . . we weren't surprised to learn
that it was an honest-to-goodness Turk.
The main feature of the evening was the floorshow .. . which came from
Detroit for the big night. Among the entertainers were some roller skaters.
they asked for yolunteers to be swung around . . . and one of the volun-
teers was Jean Steere who was whirled about at a very swift pace . . . she
wore a navy blue dress with a pink plaited neckpiece.
Stephanie went walking up Washtenaw Avenue Friday evening . .
attracted by the soft lights and sweet music she couldn't resist peeking in
the windows of the Theta house. The Thetas and dates were having dinner
. " . at one table were Steve Mason and Betty Shaffer . . . Mary Gies and
Gary Bunting . . . Jean Bertram and LaVerne Burns. Ann Timmons and
Homer Lathrop were dancing about between courses . .. and Peggy Van
Vleck and John Call wandered out on the floor from their table . Peggy
wore a peach chiffon trimmed with brown. Harriet Shackleton and Graf
Sharpe went out on the porch where they were joined by Mary Alice Krieger
and Freddy George.
Wandering LipState Street*
Then Stephanie wandered on to State Street . . . the scene of a
vicious circle. No one was content to stay at just one party but strolled
about as they pleased.
The Theta Delta house with its nice porches was the scene of much gaiety.
On the front porch enjoying the spring moon were Julie Kane with Bill Weeks
and Marion Edgerton and Brad Carpenter. We noticed Betty Whitney..
new member of Wyvern . . . dancing about with Bruce Telfer . .. Betty
wore a tangerine chiffon. Betty Gatward . . . another Wyvernite . . . was
about with George Peck. Just as we headed for th door Betty Young and
Murray Campbell came along . . . one couldn't help but notice Betty who
was wearing brown chiffon.
On to the Chi Psi house. . . another big Friday night attraction with its
negro band. Dave Macdonald and Mary Ann Starr were very much in evi-
dence . .. Mary Ann had on a white and maroon pique formal with a huge
maroon leather belt. Becky Bursley and Dave Brooks were petting "Rum,"
the pride of the Chi Psi household . .. Priscilla Abbot and Fred Mitchell
joined them in their admiration.
Looking In A t Sigma Chi.. ..
Stephanie really enjoyed herself too much to see many people but she
traveled on to the Sigma Chi dance. Patty Haff was there with Max Schoetz
... Patty looked lovely in red marquisette. Frank Fehsenfeld . . . who1
might be termed "the famous" . . . was present with Billie Andros. Harriet
Heath and Stek McCallum were dancing some very intricate steps about the
floor . .. We also saw Mary Kay Adams and Jimmie Black about the
house, too. Russ Cole of the non-partying Alpha Delts droped into the;
Sigma Chi's with Marcia Connell.
Anyhow it was a fine circle of parties . . . everyone rivaling the other1
for gaiety . . . Stephanie sends orchids in profusion to State street for a
pleasant Friday evening,.
The League was one of the cooler places in town Saturday night and Ste-
phanie certainly appreciated it . . . the breeze blowing in through the open1
windows snuffed out a lot of the candles . . . but it was an effective re-c
frigerating system and no one minded in the least.
Birthday Cakes And Ice Cream .. .
We noticed quite a bit of commotion down at the far end of the ball-1
room and inquisitively we danced down to see what was going on. There
were big birthday cakes and ice cream and presents and everything ...r
Stephanie can vouch for the cake . . . it was good. The guests of honor
were Marion Cranmore wearing a bright flowered print and having a grandr
time cutting cake. . . Evelyn Maloy in pink lace was blowing out the candlest
with the help of aforementioned gay breeze . . . Elaine Reagan watched the,
process and offered her help . . . and John Chandler who couldn't cut the
cake, did a good job of passing it around.
The Trigons had a big table Saturday. . . Kate Landrum was there with
Price Innes and Helen Johnson and Dick Early were together . . . They
were all talking when Bob Murray and Mary Elizabeth Gray came up and
joined them . . . A little later the orchestra was playing one of Stephanie's
old favorites "Stardust" . . . when she caught a glimpse of Mary Lou Wil-
loughby and John Mann dancing together. They joined the party at the
Trigon table with Mary Andrew and Tommy Ayres . . . Maxine Bliss and
Lowell Craig seemed to be wandering around quWVe a bit from table to table
but every now and then they settled down with the rest of the crowd.
Dorothy Love and Bernie Foster danced by just then and we noticed Dorothy
was wearing a lovely dusty pink dress with a very trick jacket.
GJas hion 7eadlines
LINENS - CRASHES - SWISS
PIQUE - SEERSUCKER - STRING
All in gay array!r
They're so smart, it's hard
to believe they're washable.
-Associated Press Photo.
An accordian pleated ruffle of a
taffeta petticoat appears below the
hem of this up-to-the-minute
formal gown. The dress itself is
of floral printed crepe and is dis-
tinguished by its ephisticated lines
and chic neckline.
Of Islainie Art
A formal reception was held Sun-
day night in Alumni Memorial Hall
for a special showing of an exhibit of
decorative Islamic art pieces which
opened to the/ general public yester-
Among the members of the faculty
present were President and Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven. Mrs. Ruthven
chose a pink lace gown in tailored
lines. Prof. and Mrs. Mehmet Aga-
Oglu were also at the reception, a
printed chiffon formal in shades of
orange being worn by Mrs. Aga-Oglu.
Miss Adelaide Adams and Mrs. Ben-
janin Marsh attended, printed chif-
fon in a daisy pattern being worn
by Miss Adams and a vividly printed
crepe by Mrs. Marsh. Miss Isabel
Hubbard wore black with a bouquet
of spring flowers at the neck, and
Mrs. Laurence Stautr wore green
studded with rhinestones,
During the evening Prof. John G.
Winter, head of the division of fine
arts, gave a short talk on his appre-
ciation of the opportunity to have
this exhibit at the University.
The exhibition, which will be -here-
through May 29, is open daily from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 2 to 5
p.m. Sundays. Representative pieces
of calligraphy, rugs, textiles, pottery
and bronze pieces are on display.
DE~LTA DELTA DELTA
Twenty-five mothers were enter-
tained during Mothers' Day week-end
by Delta Delta Delta sorority. Sat-
urday night they were taken to see
"Alice In Wonderland," and Sunday
morning, a breakfast was given in
their honor, during which corsages
were presented to them.
Are Made For
Lantern Nit it
Change In Lie Of March
Is Revealedl; Committees
Further plans for the annual Lan-
tern Night, which is to be held Mon-
day, June 1, were announced yester-
day by Brenda Parkinson, '36, last
year's W.A.A. president and co-chair-
man of the aifair.
The line of march will be managed
differently this year, Miss Parkinson
explained. The senior lines will form
on the Observatory hill, instead of the
Mosher Jordan court as in previous
years and the other classes will con-
gregate under their class flags on the
field. As soon as the entire group is
organized, they will march up, join
the seniors on the hill and all will
march down in a procession.
Adele Gardner, '36, chairman of the
field properties committee announces
the following women on her commit-
tee: Lucy Allman, '38; Kathleen Clif-
ford, '38; Marguerite Grooms, '39;
Anna Henckel, '36; Mary Perkins,
'38; Martha Tillman, '39; Ruth Wag-
yoner, '37 and Betty Jean Wilson, '38.
Helene Kipf, '36, and Doris Staeb-
ler, '37Ed, have been appointed mem-
bers of the music committee for the
(lance which will be held on the ten-
nis courts after the line of march.
Betty Greve, '36, is general chairman
I (f the dance and is assisted by Jean
1 Groh, '37Ed.
Two of the cement tennis courts
will probably be used for the dance,
although definite plans as to which
two have not been announced as yet.
Charlie Zwick's orchestra has been
chosen to play for the event.
To Hold Tounaments
Field day, which will take place in
the early afternoon, will be in charge
of Kate Landrum, '37, Intramural
manager, and new W.A.A. president.
Finals of the golf putting tourna-
ment will be held under the direction
of Mary Jane Mueller, '38Ed., of the
archery tournament under Barbara
Eppstein, '39, of the tennis tourna-
ment under Hope Hartwig, '38, and
of the baseball tournament under i
Elizabeth White, '39.
Other athletic events will take place
during the afternoon under the spon-
sorship of the W.A.A., although there
will be no class competition.
En teilains Initiates
Alpha Epsilon Iota, national medi-
cal sorority, held its formal initiation
at 5 p.m. Saturday. The new ini-
tiates are Jeane Hibbard, '37M, Kath-
leen McIntyre, '39M, Vung Yuin Ting,
'39M and Poe Eng Yu, '39M. Among
the guests were Mrs. G. Carl Huber,
Mrs. C. V. Weller, Dr. Jeanne C.
Solis, Dr. Lavinia MacKaye, Dr. Ger-
trude Mitchell of Northille and Dr.
Thelna Freeman of Detroit.
Following the ceremonies the guests
assembled at the home of Mrs. L. W.
Oliphant in Barton Hills for the ban-
quet. The tables were decorated with
low bowls of white flowers and white,
green and black candles.
BETA KAPPA RHO
Beta Kappa Rho entertained its
members at a Sunday Night Supper
in the Russian Tea Room of the
League last Sunday. Dean Alice
Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Perry and Miss
Ethel McCormick were guests for the
Chiairmen Of Committees
To Describe Pa tgant At
A mass meeting of all freshman
women will be held at 4 p.m. today
in the ballroom of the League, Jenny
Petersen, '39, general chairman of the
freshman project, announced yes-
terday. Freshmen of all coleges are
asked to attend.
Tryouts for the parts in "Oz U" will
be held following the regular meet-
ing ,at which three speakers will de-
scribe the pageant and the work done
so far by the committees. Sally Pierce,
Grad, who is to direct the pageant
will describe the characters and their
parts in the play.
Miss Peterson will then explain the
story of "Oz U" and the work of the
committee which has been writing it.
Frances Sutherland, '39, chairman of
the finance committee, who will also
speak, will explain the financing of
the project, which is to include the
collection of $1 from each freshman
Tryouts for both speaking and
chorus parts will be held under the
direction of Miss Pierce. Anyone,
+whether or not she is already on a
committee, may try for these parts,
according to Miss Petersen. She stat-
ed that it will be unnecessary for
those wishing to tryout to memorize
lines beforehand, as they will be given
lines to read.
Announcement was also made yes-
terday that Barbara Heath, '39, will
have charge of the chorus dancing.
Jean Seeley Named
Union May Queen
Jean Seeley, '36, who recently re-
tired as president of the League, was
given the title of "May Queen" and
I chosen the "most attractive girl" at
the Union dance Saturday night.
A group of faculty and student
judges picked Miss Seeley from a
group of 30 women from sororities
and dormitories. This is the first time
that such an event has been at-
EARLY TEA DANCE SALE
An early sale of the tickets for the
Key Dance to be held May 29, and
which will feature Ina Ray Hutton
and her M lodears, was forecast last
night by Frank Barnard, '37, chair-
man of the dance committee.
State and Liberty
Tea For Students
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will hold their second stu-
dent tea of this month from 4 to 6
p.m. tomorrow. All students are in-
vited to attend.
Betty Gatward, '38, has been ap-
pointed to be in charge of all Ruth-
ven teas under the social committee
of the League for this year. Those
who will pour during the afternoon
are Harriet Hathaway, '37, Harriet
Heath, '37, Janet Peabody, '36, and
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, social di-
rector of the League.
The students receiving special in-
vitations for tomorrow's tea are the
members of Pi Beta Phi, Gamma Phi
Beta, Alpha cpsilon Phi, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, Theta Delta Chi, Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Theta Chi, Lam1 Ia
Chi Alpha, and Betsy Barbour dorm-
BIBLIOPHILES TO MEET
The Bibliophile section of the Fac-
ulty Womens' Club is meeting at 2:30
p.m. today at the home of Mrs. C. C.
Meloche, chairman of the meeting.
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