THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
To Present Ina Ray Hutton At Key Dance
In Novelty Act
Sigma Delta Chi 'Oil Can'
To Be Presented To 'Most
Tickets Are Available
Committee Announces List
Of Patrons; Bob Gach
To Take Pictures
The Key Dance, the first social
project to be jointly sponsored by the
honor societies on campus will be
held from 9 p.m. today to 1 a.m. in
the Union Ballroom.
The six groups giving the dance
are Druids, Michigamua, Sphinx,
Sigma Delta Chi. Triangles and Vul-
cans. They are substituting this af-
fair in place of their individual events
of past years, such as the B.V.D.
dance, and the Sigma Delta Chi dance
and Gridiron Banquet and ball.
Music will be furnished by Ina Ray
Hutton and her Melodears, nationally
known women's orchestra. Miss Hut-
ton's band features the Frazee Sisters,
song and dance team, and is made
up of 14 musicians. The leader of the
band is a former member of the Zieg-
feld and George White shows. Miss
Hutton is coming to Ann Arbor from
the Casino de Paree in New York
where she has been fulfilling an en-
Frank Barnard, '37, is general
chairman of the dance. He has been
assisted by the following committee-
men: Robert Beuhler, '37E, Sanford
Ladd, '37, Tor Nordenson, '36, Jack
Cawley, '36, Marshall Shulman, '37,
and William R. Reed, '36..
Patrons and patronesses for the af-
fair were chosen by the six societies
and are honor members of the groups.
They are: Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. H. C. Sadler,
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler, Prof.
and Mrs. John L. Brumm, Prof. and
Mrs. Donal H. Haines, Prof. and Mrs.
Wesley H. Maurer, Prof. and Mrs. A.
D. Moore, Prof. and Mrs. J. K. Pollock,
Prof. and Mrs. Morris P. Tilley, Prof.
and Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Prof. and
Mrs. Albert White, Prof. and Mrs.
Alfgred H. White, and Prof. and Mrs.
J. S. Worley.
Others on the patron list are: Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Palmer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ful-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Heath, Mr.
and Mrs. Lee A White, and Mr. and
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost. Prof. H. C.
Anderson, Prof. Arthur L. Cross, Prof.
Lewis G. VanderVelde, and Mr. Carl
G. Brandt will also be patrons for the
By action of the committee, it was
decided that corsages will not be worn
on the floor, according to Barnard.
An outstanding feature of the dance
will be the presentation of the Sigma
Delta Chi "Oil Can" which has been
displayed this week in the window of
Wahr's Book Store, to the "most lo-
quacious lubricator" of the faculty.
The presentation will be made by Pro-
fessor Pollock who received the award
A few tickets are still available for
the dance. They may be obtained at
the Union desk and are priced at $3.
Bob Gach, Arcade photographer
and candid cameraman, will take pic-
tures of the dance.
Sophisticated Simplicity Good For Key Dance
To Be Honored
Sororities, Dormitories To
Escort Their Guests To
Patrons and patronesses for the
Lantern Night festivities to be held
at 5 p.m. Monday were announced
yesterday by Helen Shapland, '37A,
and Harriet Hathaway. The various
sororities and dormitories have been
assigned different members to escort
to Palmer Field.
Alpha Chi Omega will take Prof.
and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Alpha
Delta Pi will have as their guests
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Mitchell, Alpha
Gamma Delta will escort Miss Vir-
ginia Pcaseley and Miss Ruth Bloomer
will attend with Alpha Omicron Pi.
Dr. Margaret Bell will be the guest
of Alpha Phi and Miss Dorothy Beise
will attend with Alpha. Xi Delta, and
Chi Omega is to bring Dr. Mabel Ru-
gen. Collegiate Sorosis will have as
their guests Dean and Mrs. Joseph
A. Bursley and Mrs. Earl V. Moore.
Delta Delta Delta is to escort Prof.
George A. May and Miss Hilda Burr.
Vice-President and Mrs. Shirley W.
Smith are to attend with Delta Gam-
ma and Miss Jeannette Saurborn will
bc the guest of Delta Zeta. Gamma
Phi Beta will bring Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Whittaker. Kappa Alpha Theta is to
escort Dr. Emeth Schutz and Miss
Marie Hartwig. Mrs. Byrl Bacher
will be the guest of Kappa Delta.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is to escort
Dean and Mrs. James B. Edmonson.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick will attend
with the members of Pi Beta Phi.
Theta Phi Alpha will take Miss Mar-
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthvcn ancd Prof. Henry Anderson
will be the guests of Jordan Hall
and Mosher Hall is to bring Dean
Alice C. Lloyd and Prof. and Mrs.
Philip E. Bursley. Dean and Mrs.
Clarence S. Yoakum will attend with
the resident sof Martha Cook.
A 111tial Hoiiors
Party To Be Given
At Patterson Lake
Studies of birds, trees, shrubs,
swimming, boating and folk dances,
will be included in the house party _mceinme ii ue eaIue ewre JuUe 5
tc be held this week-end at the 1 Parties this week-end vary from a
Fresh Air Camp on Patterson Lake. and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Smith will
rsthe cmax of the reeational breakfast dance to dinner dances. 1 chaperon.
leadership course. The Alumnae House will hold its Kappa Kappa Gamma is holding a
Committees have been arranged annual spring formal tonight, ac- closed spring formal tomorrow at the,"
to take care of every division of the cerding to Rowena Scheffer, '38. The Wachtenaw Country Club. Virginia
work. Betty Keenan, '39, will be chaperons for the affair will be Mrs. Hunt, '38, is in charge of the dance.
chairman of the finance committee, E. A. Preston and Mrs. Mitchell. 'Ihe chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
and Miriam Newman, '37, and Vir- The Theta Chi spring formal will Thomas Anketell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ginia DeLong, '39, head the purchas- also be held tonight. W. R. Graham, Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Powers
ing and packing committee. '37, announced that it will be a closed and Mrs. Grace Doggett.
Idinner dance. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sigma Alpha Epsilon will hold a.
Vilscn and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce dinner dance tonight under the gen-
ing atesalmer will act as chaperons. eral direction of Henry Alexander,
'Th:r esa Jaycox. '37, has announced '37. The ch'aperons will be Mr.
Of G raduates that Alpha Xi Delta will hold their and Mrs. David Reed and Mr, and
annual springformal tonight. D. Mrs. Walter Gibson.
ta nd Mrs. R. B. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
Se 01 o in Leslie Wikel and Mrs. Edith Allen
Tomorrow 1morning Gamma Phi
a Beta is enter tainng at a breakfast " 'IAT E /TREET
Walter Simons Juiie 6 At dance from 9:30 a.m. to noon, accord- JEW EL E R
Forest N ig to Sally Eschback, '38, who is in A Ei IN
orestillis,N.Y. charge. Dr. and Mrs. William GordonWATCH &tJEWELRY REPAIRING
With June drawing near, the na-;[
tural thought is towards weddings,
and campus graduates are imiong Su m m r
those who have their weddiing dates
announced. I jSilks, Sheers . . . Prinfed, Plin
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Petersen of
Grosse Pointe announce the engage- $5 95 - $1 5
nent and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Reta Marie, to Walter,[
John Simons, son of Mr. and Mrs. ~
George F. Simons of Forest Hills, N.
Y. Miss Petersen graduated in 19:35aI
and was on the committee for As-
sembly Ball. She way, also a member (at 1/4 Off
of Zeta Phi Eta. $97
Mr. Simons was a memberof Theta Reg. price $10.95 -$19.75
Xi and Scabbard and Blade and on
the cross country team. He graduat-
in 1932 and from the Business Ad- e u leyg hoppe
ministration School in 1934. The mar- Closed Fday Evening and All Saturday
riage will take place June 6 at St. o) '___t) ______________________________
The engagement of Miss Ruth
Townsend Poor to Forrester Avery
Blake was announced Monday. The
weddingwill take place J neo Fin r ue s
New York at the apartment of the io n
Mr. Blake is a graduate of the class FLOWER SHOP
of 1934 and is affiliated with AlphaO 1 "t " ie
Delta Phi fraternity. He is the au- set"the p'ce-
thor of "Riding The Mustang Trail,";-c set the pace-
a musical hit of the past season. Miss 32-pc. Set-Service for Six.
Poor, daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Henty V. Poor, is a graduate of 6
Foxcroft school at Middleburg, Pa.
The date of the wedding of Eloise Red band with various colored
Flitcraft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pots and flowers; red is predom-
inant. Also carried in semi-
Chester Flitcraft of River Forest, Ill., open stock.
and Peter Field of Ann Arbor has been
announced. ICE tub, chrome frame $1.2J
The ceremony will take place June and silver plated tongs "
20 in the Flitcraft summer home at Chrome Relish Dish with $100
White Lake and will be small and attractive glass lines
informal. Mr. Field attended the 'rystal of a new design.
University and is a member of Alpha RE D SA LSCrst Flower bowls; cake
Delta Phi fraternity. Plates . ...... ... . . . .59c
I n the Sunset i mA F ,ad VR -
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Plain designs set the stamp of approval on this year's sx
summer formals. This one is cut simply, topped with a sho
holero, and is made of pastel green organdy embroidered in
hue. A rose-colored nosegay adds a floral scent. The skirt,
in most cf the new gowns, is fitted at the hips and flares to
It is shorter in front, and dips to the rear. Other favored ma
summer formals are dotted nets, georggttes, and crepe de chi
nets are made over taffeta slips.
Newest Summer Formals
Frill, Feminine AndUltra
Where To CO
Drama: Ivor Novello's "Party" with
Estelle Winwood, Eddie Garr, Frances
Maddux, and Doris Dalton at 8:15
p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Theatre: Majestic, "Under Two
Flags" with Ronald Coleman. Mich-
igan, "The Ghost Goes West" with
Robert Donat. Orpheum, "After Of-
fice Hours" with Constance Bennett
and "Millions in the Air" with Wendy
Barrie. Wuerth, "Big House" with
Wallace Berry and "Song of the Sad-
dle" with Dick Foran.
Dancing: Key Dance at Union, Sil-
ver Grill of the League, Hut Cellar.
Theta Xi fraternity has recently
elected the following officers: H.
Warren Underwood, '36E, president;
William Mason, '37E, vice-president;
Kenneth -Norman, '36, treasurer;
James A. Neill, '37E, corresponding
secretary; Kenneth Altman, '37,
house manager and John Williams,
Crepe Tunics And Chintz
Bolero Jackets Will Be
Popular For Warm Days
By RUTH SAUER
When the summer sun is at its sol-
stice, formal gowns will combine
flattering lines with cool comfort.
Crisp cottons, linens, and eyelet laces
are predicted to reach a new zenith
Plain, tailored gowns with airy
tunic jackets are a distinctive fashion
that is new this season. Around the
town, the casual observer may notice
a blush-colored linen gown inviting
::o-ed customers to try it on. It has
wide straps over the shoulders, and
a lacy. eyelet-embroidered tunic
jacket with enormous gathered
at the waist and have shor
A net dance dress with
tucked bodice is also att
a bolero jacket of the
terial. Yards and yardsc
about the feet and ai
of net top the long tigh
the separate bolero.
Organdie, ethereal onl
nights, is now making its
tiny relled tucks set in r
the skirt or bodice, crin
that need no ironing an
not to shrink, shaduxvw-prin
wccl figures. Like a mint
gowns with heir airfl
have a way of appearing
cool. Paste.slmha's of
or blush seer to be the
Nine Women Are Awarded
pring and Scholarships At Dinners
rt-sleeved During Past Week
as is true .v
the floor. een dormitory scholarships were
tei for awarded yesterday at the annual Mo-
terials for Cher and Jordan honors banque.
ne. Most Dean Alice C. Lloyd presented the
Jordan schot,ships of $100 each 1o
Betty Mess-niget, '38, and June Hora,I
'37. The Moser $100 scholarshirp
4 re was given to Berta Knudson, '38, and
four $50 scholarships were awarded to1
Mary Andrew, '37, Hope Best, '37,
- 0 Jcanne Kimmell, '38 and Marion San -
ders, '37. The Mosher awards were
announced by Miss Jeannette Perry.
't, standing- Two Alice Martin scholarships were
announced Tuesday at Ad'lia Chee-
a diamond- ver honors dinner by Deau Lloyd.
ractive with Elva Doegey, '38, and Ann Rizzardi,
same ma- '38, were the recipients of the scholar-
of net sway I ships which also were $100 each.
ry balloons Mosher also honored 56 girls fo"
t sleeves in scholarship. At a ceremony at which
a gavel was given, Ruth Sandusky,
hot summer '37, took over her duties as new house
debut with president for Mosher. Dorothy Cair,
ows around '36. who for the last four years has
kled stripes !had the highest grades in the dormi-
id are said tory, was awarded the Mosher scho-
ts of tufted larship cup. Guests at the Mosher
julep, these 'dinner were Miss Perry, Mrs. Bryl
ventilation Bacher, Miss Kathleen Hamm, arnd
delightfully Miss Maxine Boone.
blue, green Eighteen girls were honored for
dominating ( schclarship at the Jordan dinner.
8 NICKELS ARCADE
Giaduation gowns are no longer
tunics this season.
been smitten by
There is one of
a crisp black net-shirred every few
inches-which springs out over a
tube of black crepe, casting flattering
shadows on the shoulders .and arms.
It is girded at the waist by a wide,
black patent-leather belt.
Chintz gowns with abbreviated bo-
lero ja'kets are also setting a swift
pace. Of a deep, cobalt-blue, they
are enchantingly covered with gayly-
colored flowers. They have low-cut,
old-fashioned necklines and snugly-
fitted bodice, fastened in back with
tiny buttons. The jackets are fitted
always white, as they were in mother's
college days. This spring some of
the smartest appearing in pastel
shades-sky blue, shell pink, sea green
and lemon 'yellcw--or in white em-
roidered in paste: colored nosegays
Helen Houck, '36, received the Jordan
cup for the highest average in scho-
larship for the past four years. The
desorations were floral centerpieces.
ivory-toned dotted voiles, soft ba-
tistes and dimities. These materials
make especially feminine, dainty
gowns in simple, puff-sleeve models
Besides these treare white or with Peter Pan collars.
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Flatter your feet
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that Graduates will like!
HANDKERCHIEFS - all kinds and all colors
for Men and Women.
B Broad straps and wide
openl spaces in the sea-
son 's smartest manner.
More than that! A fit that
supports your foot. You
can walk and walk.You've
vuJ'ssed the reason. It's a
Paris - Soir,
Your Beauty REP
"Paris-Soir" is a clever Gos-
sard idea with an opening be- .
tween the bust sections for
greater breathing ease. The
porous mesh fabric'and match-
ing 2-way elastic keeps you as