SUNDAY, NOV. 8, 1936
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Second Annual Engineering Ball To Be Held Friday, Nov. 20, A
'Personality And Poise' Is
Subject Of First Talk On
Wednesday At League
The first in a new series of dem-
onstrated lectures sponsored by the
orientation committee of the League l
on the general subject of "Personality
and Poise," is to be given at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in the League, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Jean Hatfield,
'37, committee chairman.
The lectures are designed primarily
for freshmen, but attendance will not
be compulsory, and all women on
campus are invited. The series is to1
be free of charge. The committee!
has attempted to choose a subjectj
which would interest most women,,
according to Miss Hatfield.
The series is to include such sub-!
jects as hair styles with practical
suggestions for every type of facial
contour and occasion, make-up, man-
icures, care of the hair and skin, cor-
rect wear for sports, afterpoon and
evening clothes, accessories and the
finer points of etiquette.
Practical demonstrations of the
styles presented will be given in co-1
operation with various clothing andk
beauty shops in Ann Arbor. A se-
lected group of women students willf
The lectures will be given everyI
Wednesday at the League. The room
in which they will be held is to bec
posted on the bulletin board near theK
To Play Nov. 20
President Ruthven To Be
Host To Members Of
More than 300 students are ex-
pected to attend a reception for the
graduate students and faculty mem-
bers of the department of pure and
applied chemistry, which will be held
from 8 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, in the
League. President and Mrs. Ruthven,
Dean and Mrs. Okkelberg and repre-
sentatives of the departments of
chemistry, c h e m i c a 1 engineering,
pharmaceutical chemistry and biolog-
ical chemistry will receive.
The societies active in preparing
the reception are Alpha Chi Sigma,
rofessional chemical fraternity;
Iota Sigma Pi, honorary chemical sor-
cDrity; Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary
chemical fraternity and Rho Chi,
honorary pharmaceutical society.
In the receiving line will be also
Prof. and Mrs. C. S. Schoeple, Prof.
and Mrsl H. B. Lewis and Prof. and
Mrs. C. Upthegrove.
The committee of graduate stu-
dents which has arranged for the
reception includes Elmon L. Cataline,
Harold J. Dawe, W. Allen Fisher, Ross
A. Gortner, E. Virginia Heard, Gret-
chen Mueller, Miriam Straus, David
Stewart, Donald Thomas, James W.
Underwood, and Ferdinand B. Zienty.,
MATH STUDENTS INCREASE
Mathematics courses have a 15 per
cent increase in enrollment, Dr. Theo-
phil Hildebrandt, chairman of the de-
partment announced yesterday.
And NBC Band,
Sale Of Tickets Will Begin
Tomorrow; Limited For
Week To Engineers
The second annual Engineering
Ball will be held from 9 p.m; to 1
a.m., Friday, Nov. 20, in the main
ballroom of the Union, James H.
Walker, '37E, general chairman, an-
nounced last night.
Austin Wylie and his NBC or-
chestra will furnish the music for
the ball. Wylie is known through his
numerous radio broadcasts over both
of the major networks. He has
played at the Book-Cadillac and the
Tuller Hotels in Detroit; the Palais
Royal Cafe in Buffalo; the Lido Club
in Syracuse and recently at the New
Kenmore Hotel in Albany.
The tickets for the, affair, priced
at $2, will go on sale tomorrow,
Walker stated. The sale will be lim-
ited to students of the College of
Engineering for the first week, he
said. During the second week, the
remaining tickets will be available to
the general campus.
Members of the central committee
for the ball have been announced by
Walker. Theyare J. C. Duffendack,
'37E, music chairman, Cedric Marsh,
'37E, ticket chairman, and J. F.
Goodrich, '37E, will be in charge of
the decorations. The program com-
mittee will be under the chairman-
ship of Fletcher Platt, '38E, and Ken-
neth Emery, '37E, is chairman of the
Last year the Engineering Ball was
held for the first time.eThe purpose
of the affair is to introduce more of
a social nature into the activities of
the students of the college, according
to Walker. The ball is not to be
confused with the annual Slide Rule
dance which is an, entirely separate
affair. Because the Engineering Ball
proved such a success last year, the
council has decided to make it a
traditional event, Walker said. Ted-
dy Brewer's orchestra played for the
Patrons and patronesses for the
affair will be announced in the near
future, Walker said.
Mrs. Marguerite D. Turner of Ann
Arbor, announces the engagement of
her daughter, Marjorie Douglas Tur-
ner, '37, to Gilbert D. Chavenelle, son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Chavenelle of
Miss Turner is a member of Pi
Dr. Margaret Elliott
To Address Luncheon
Prof. Margaret Elliott of the eco-
nomics department will be the speaker
at a luncheon for graduate students
to be held at noon Wednesday in the
scheduled in tournament
Russian Tea Room of the League. Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Alpha Xi Delta,
This is the third in the series of
weekly meetings open to all graduate
"Social Security" is the topic se-_
lected by Professor Elliott as her
subject. In her talk, she will describe
the conditions of insecurity in modern
society and will discuss especially the
Social Security Act.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
A tea for Detroit alumnae will be
held today from 3:30 till 5:30 at the
Alpha Epsilon Phi house.
Gamma Phi Beta vs. Delta Delta
Delta, Mosher vs. Helen Newberry
and Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Alpha Phi.
B tournament games include Alpha
Delta Pi vs. Kappa Delta, Sorosis vs.
Delta Gamma, Adelia Cheever vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Gamma
Delta vs. Alpha Chi Omega, Betsy
Barbour vs. Independents and Alpha
Omicron Pi vs. Martha Cook.
A request is made that all athletic
managers contact the manager of
the team they are to oppose to ar-
range a time for the game,
To Play Third Round NOTED JURIST PASSES died in a hospital here last midnight.
DETROIT, Nov. 7.-(M-Ill since Noted as a prosecutor of the fam-
Of Volleyball Tourney RIous East Chicago, Ind., graft trials
TOf Vroleyb l y' last Sunday, Earl J. Davis, 49, former and for his conviction of the late
%The third round of the women's
volleyball tournament will be played district attorney and former assistant "Tex" Rickard for interstate trans-
during this next week. The games attorney-general of the United States, porting of prize fight films.
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BIG THINGS are in store for
us this week-end - yes, even big-
ger and better than before -what
with the "all campus" dance,
pledge formals and fraternity
dances galore. Aren't you getting
all pepped up just with the mere
idea of everything! Your little
gadder- abouter certainly is - and
what's more has been doing some
very tall gadding to let you in on
all the "big things" in our campus
JUST WAIT until you see the
stunning formals in ELIZABETH
DILLON'S window this week -
better hurry, the crowds are going
to be terrific! There are two of
the most bee-u-tiful white taffeta
gowns there trimmed with cherry-
red velveteen. Doesn't that sound
yummy? And incidentally they
are original Jean Carroll dresses
from Hollywood - yes really! Wear
one of these and you'll absolutely
slay 'em. It's just like stepping
right out of a fashion plate into
our own Ann Arbor!
LISTEN TO THIS -not only is
your correspondent interested in
the gown side of the dance ques-
tion but also the coiffure (how's
that for class!) - and let me tell
you, MRS. DIMATTIA and her
cohort of fellow coiffuriers have
the cutest, most original ideas
when it comes to "how shall I
wear my hair this week" - cute
curls in odd places -- just like
the photographs that I saw you
"oh-ing" and "ah-ing" at in th;
last Harper's - remember? There
are, of course, all types- the so-
phisticated type (confess now,
isn't that what you really want?)
and all sorts of very smart self
you've always been. Just give
yourself over to Mrs. Di. and your
littledheart's desires shall be
I REALLY MUST CONFESS,
.I've been following the crowd
again-yes, I really think some
people spend half their time just
nosing around in CALKINS-
FLETCHER'S taking whiffs of the
innumerable perfumes- and you
should see the delighted expres-
sions of their faces! Not only did
I see perfumes; but a grand array
of evening make-up. Take warn-
ing my fair friends, this is very
important! Dorothy Gray's new
"liquid lashique" is wonderful in
the line of mascaras and just wait
till I tell you - (really I'm in such
a state, I'm bubbling!) - the Peg-
gy Sage platinum polish is gor-
geous! Here's the trick - you put
it over your regular evening polish
and it gives it the pearliest ap-
pearance -you'll surely be the
envy of Ann Arbor - to say noth-
ing of the belle of the ball - with
such enchanting nails.
SO you want to be a "campus
cutie"! - well it's really very easy!
All you hlave to do is stop in at
HELEN POLHEMUS'S and get a
brilliant "figurine"- (or are they
"figurettes") to wear on a perky
hat or even on your coat lapel,
AND not only that, she will make
you an adorable hat to match that
new suit of yours - the one you
couldn't quite match at home -
with fur trimmings too. They are
definitely in this year, you know
- defiinitely! Then for the gay
cocktail parties - she has simply,
stunning cocktail hats with dar-
ling veils and gay trimmings.
What more could you ask! Really
- So have fun this week-end
and I'll keep on gadding!
This fear can be abandoned and the suit of many an ardent
Romeo thereby advanced by merely removing the clothing
appearance worries by letting Goldman's do all cleaning and
Romeo can likewise arise from his knees without the frustra-
tion of the idea that his amorous proposals will be followed by
baggy knees. No indeed, the Goldman Re-Texturing applied in
the cleaning of, every garment means that a knife-like press
will be kept just twice as long as in the ordinary method.
The festivities of the "Coke" Session, the Michigan substitute
for the cocktail party shouldn't be a reason for fright, since
spilled liquids roll off a re-textured garment like ciphers roll off
the French war debt.
In general, (the mental attitude and activities of the Michi-
gan student body are much happier when free from clothing
worries, because they have been sent to Goldman's, Ann Arbor's
foremost cleaners for over a score of years.
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Beta Phi sorority and of Mortarboard,
senior honor society. Mr. Chavenelle,
who is a member of Theta Chi fra-
ternity, received his bachelor's de-
gree from the University in 1933. He
is employed by King-Seeley corpora-
The engagement of Anne Green-
baum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Greenbaum of Ann Arbor, to Dr. Mil-
ton Kamler of Newark, N.J. was an-
nounced at a dinner dance given by
Alpha Omega dental fraternity last
Saturday. Frank Greenbaum, brother
of the bride-elect and member of the
- fraternity, announced the news. As
yet the date of the wedding has not
been set. Miss Greenbaum and Dr.
Kamler both attended the University.
The latter received his degree last
HOUSE PARTY IS HELD
A house party is being held this
week-end by members of the women's
physical education department at
Camp Takona, Clear Lake, Mich.
Mary Jane Mueller, '38, is in charge.
The women left Friday afternoon and
will return today.
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