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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
Latest Style For Spring dall Clais T May tLFor d mn gS.C.A. Informal Dance
BenallaReims.sLugaePurseuGlovs I n CWllBe Held Saturda
rz7_4)Belgian Rexi ssAnS Purse Gloves In Co stumDe Another in the series of informa

Acacia announces the recent elec-
tion of the following officers for the
following year: Donald D. Graham,
'38, president; John M. Mulkey, '39E,
vice-president; Francis McDonald,
'39, secretary and Vernon G. Poest,
'40E, social chairman.
The following men were recently
initiated into the fraternity: Allen
Cook, 40; John O. Cound, '40; Fritz
W. DeFries, '40; David B. Dunlap,
'39L; John H. Farrens, '40A; John I.
Hunt, '40E; Shannon D. Lientz, Jr.,
'38E; Richard J. Mann, '40; Frank
McDonald, '39; John M. Mulkey,
'39E; John Munn, '38; Vernon G.
Poest, '39E; Fred Seyfried, '40E; Ben
H. Werry, '40E and Richard Wheeler,
'38E.
Initiation Held
. Alpha Chi Omega announces the
initiation of Virginia Alien, '39, Bar-
bara Bolton, '39A, Jean Hanson, '38,
Betty Hood, '40, Betty Carrigan, '40,
Frances Huntington, '40 Janet Ladd,
'40, Jane Mougey, '39, Jean Rich, '40,
and Lois Verner, '40.
Alpha Sigma Phi announces the
pledging of Newton Hagar, '40E,
Westfield, N.J.; Francis Hogan, '40,
Hornell, N.Y.; and Orlen Zahnow,
'38E, Dearborn.
Alpha Xi Delta recently elected the
following officers: Katherine Buck-
ley, '38, president; Elinor Byron, '39,
vice-president; Elizabeth Unti, '39,
recording secretary; Janie Burch, '38,
treasurer; Jewel Drickamer, '38, cor-
responding secretary; Kathryn Steu-
ernol, '38Ed, rushing chairman and,
Jean Thompson, 40, assistant rushing
chairman.
Pledging Announced
Delta Sigma Pi announces the
pledging of Paul E. Ditto, '38BAd, Al-
ma.
Delta Upsilon announces the in-
itiation of Richard Adams, '40E,
Hugh Estes, '40E, David Lansdale,
'38E, Douglas Larsen, '40, Richard
Livingston, '40,' Richard Overhoff,
'38E, Morris Steere, '40$, Douglas
Thierwechter, '40E, and Donald
Treadwell 40.
Kappa Delta Rho announces the
initiation of John M. Bell, '40, Robert
Bartnick, '37Ed, William C. Parkin-
son, '39E, David Smith, '39E, and
Robert L. Huey, '39.
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity an-
nounce the initiation of the follow-
ing: William Hope, '40, William Luce,
Grad., Fred Linscheid, '40, Charles
MacTernan, '38E, Roy Neff, '40, El-
mer Schloot, '39E.
Election Results
Phi Kappa Tau recently held the
electjn of the following officers:
Wilson Iardleben, '38E, president;
Robert Osgood, '37E, vice-president;
} William Barr, '40P, recording secre-
tary; Walter Scholes, '38, treasurer;
Arthur Woods, '40E, chaplain; Rich:
ard Weatherston, '40E, sergeant at
arms; John McAlister, '39, house
manager and Frank Carstens, '39E,
rushing chairman.
Pi Lambda Phi announces the in-
itiation of the following men: Robert
Berris, '40, Robert David, '39, N.Y.;
Louis Grossman, '40, Clifford Living-
ston, '40, Peter Morse, '40, Eugene,
Strauss, '40, and Robert Weinberger,
'40.

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The "jigger" coat in pastel
shades is one of the latest models
for spring wear with the popular
floral prints. It is also used with
the type of soft wool skirt that has
been featured this year.
Girls Play Day
Is Shedled
For Saturday
High School Get-Together
Will Feature Basketball
In Barbour Gymnasium
A basketball play day for the high
school girls in this district will be
held Saturday in Barbour Gymna-
sium under the auspices of the Mich-
igan State Board of Women's Ath-
letic Association, it was announced
recently by Miss Laurie C. Campbell,
the representative for this district on
the State Board.
The play day, which will be the
first under this type of organization,
has three objects. First of all, it is
held as a get-together for the high
school girls and as a day of fun for
them.

11_Cowhide, Fabricoid, Irish
'Van Zeeland Successful; Linen Are Featured; New
fan Zeeand Sucessul;Colors And Stiles Used
Degrelle Is Ridiculous,
Professor Adds In Talk By HELEN HENDERSON
Is your luggage the kind you'd be
That the Rexists of the Belgian proud to claim in a train wreck? Or
Fascist party which, only a short ,are the frames dilapidated and the
time after its founding a few years leather trimmed with little scuffled-
ago, claimed to be able to poll 250,- up fringes here and there? It isn't
voters, isup almost erecomplete . fail-'
000 voters, is almost a complete fail- smart to let people know you've been
ure, was the opinion expressed yes- L...ie MeCoy will bring his or- around by the wear and tear on your
terday by Dr. Henry M. Kendall of ! chccAra from a recent movie en- baggage.
the geography department in a talk, gagement in Hollywood to Ann Ar- . vs
"Impressions of the Belgian Pa br to play for the annual Dental if you're making a length visit
Scene" given at the graduate lun- 1ali to be held tomorrow night in during spring vacation, and an ordi-
graduath Lun-..the Union Ballroom. nary suitcase won't do, you couldn't
cheon at the League.theUfind a better bag than the wardrobe
Dr. Kendall, who toured Belgium - suitcase. It looks just like any other
on a geography field trip last semes- Ca t fkind from the outside except that it
ter, said that there were three rea- OrICtnm L Ory is much longer and the cover opens
lons for the failure of Degrelle and ,at an angle. The covering is fabri-
his Rexists. f uu~r coid in beige with stripes. Inside is
First, the abrupt and awkward '.' Play a dress rack with five hangers and
about-face which Degrelle's coalition more can be added. The side pock-
with the Flemish Nationalist party Is Eutertained ets are shirred with wire elastic in-
forced him to make when the govern- __stead of rubber. The wire has a per-
ment fortified the French frontier.
Mass Meeting Fails The Junior Girls' Play was the in- pkanent spring and will keep the
Ma-,, Meeing ailspockets from sagging.
Second, the failure of his proposed centive for a dinner party and in- Cowhide Used
mass-meeting of "300,000" Rexists formal entertainment at Mosher Jor- ACeaeitcsed
in Brussels early in Nvme TeAnother large suitcase is made of
m rusgelsceas intNovember. Thef w dan Halls yesterday. brown cowhide leather. The corn-
meeting,whcwatoflo ap-
rade of war veterans, was prohibited A dinner was given in Mosher for ers of this are all steel reinforced,
by government officials and ended in the 39 actresses from the dormitory. which prevents the bag from break-
a fiasco at which about 7,000 persons Miss Maxine A. Boone, Miss Ruth ing and permits it to close tighter.
who had gathered to hear him speak Barrett, Miss Isabel W. Dudley, Miss A feature of this bag is a water-proof
were easily dispersed by police, De- Kathleen M. Hamm, Miss Jean Kel- zipper-closing compartment for cos-
grelle himself being put in jail over- ler and Mrs. Martha L. Ray, officials metics and other breakables.
night. of the dormitory, were hostesses. One overnight bag covered with
Third, Degrelle's failure to crystal- At Jordan Hall the seniors enter- Irish linen is made of airplane fusel-
lize his much-publicized plan for tained the junior women at an in- age material which is strong and
holding mass-meetings simultaneous- formal party, of which Beth Turn- durable although very light. Designed
ly in seven cities later in the same bull, '37, was in charge. Conversely primarily for air travel, because of
month. the junior women of Mosher provid- its light weight, this material has
Cabinet Successful ed entertainment for the seniors, -----------
These three factors, Dr. Kendall Louise Larrabee, '38, was chairman I
said, have combined to make Degrelle for the affair. ll. Wi iear Talk
appear ridiculous in the eyes of the Today all residents are invited to On Ear=y - erware
people who consider his utterances the informal tea which will be held
against the government merely amus- at 4:30 p.m. at Mosher, where Mrs. Miss Josephine Walther, associate
ing, so that his following is now A. E. Clark, Mrs. G. L. Doggett, Mrs. curator of American art i- the De!
composed of riff-raff, most of whom F. Moore and Mrs. H. A. Poppleton ti Institute of Arts, wi speak on
are not Belgians. will pour Miss Jean Keller and Mrs.?"arlysAmerofA sillseak on m
The cabinet, which is headed by fMartha Ray will be present. Marion Early American Silver" at 3 p.m.
Prime Minister Van Zeeland, a form- L. Cannon, '37, is in charge of the today in the League at the March
er banker and is composed of lesser tea anci Helen Jesperson, '38, is head reeting of the Sarah Caswell Angell
lights of all political faiths, has been assista t. (apter of the Daughters of the

come to be used in a large share of
all travel equipment. This particular
bag is bound with' strips of leather.
It is ideal for two or three day trips.
An attractive bag is the "wardrobe
tripper" which comes in a light beige
color. The inside lining is brown
silk. This one is also reinforced with
steel.
Big brass initials in gold or silver
are a late feature of monogrammed
baggage. They add a touch of indi-
viduality, and they are easy to identi-
fy when the porter yells, "Yours?"
I Transparent handles on bags make
them convenient to carry. They are
shown in bright shades and make a
pleasing appearance against the busi-
ness-like colors of suitcases.
Luggage is just as much a part of
your costumne when you're traveling
as your gloves or pocketbook. Spring
is the time to acquire it because new
colors and styles are now being shown
that will be good all year 'round.
Doll Gives J.G.P.
'Feathers In Caps'
(Continued from Page 4)

must inevitably . go to the directorg ayem
Sarah Pierce, both for the general The only remaini
unity of effect and a sure handling tween Miss McIntyre
of such a large cast. Of these theree Skoratko's team at 4
is only space to mention Helen Barr's bour Gymnasium. '
pleasing conception of the toymaker, teams, Miss Connery
Barbara Bradfield and Shirl Cros- man's will also play
man's charm, Harriet Shackleton's An exhibition bask
genuine simplicity, Elinor Somerville be played at the pla
and Noreen La Barge's comedy sense. Saturday, Miss Curti;
Both the scenery and costumes be between Miss Con
were expert. The pictorial effect of one composed of the
the village of Schlitz-am-Rye showed the high schools rei
as much imagination as any toy Herr play day. The memt
Budel might have made in his shop. team will be annour
Junior Girls Play - niors Of Nel
raised y Critic Honored
The seniors of 1
(continued on Page 4) Residence entertaine
the house at an infc
where the whole cast manages to fill at the close of the
the stage and still not look crowded. the Junior Grls Play
The dancing villagers in the open_ Cap," yesterday.
ing scene- and finale showed the Following the trE
charm of the old German folk dances. dure, the seniors hoi
The three policemen on the loose, iors who participatec
Mary Jane Mueller, Sally Kenny presenting them wit
and Mary 'Redden, in the second the party, as is custoi
scene gave perhaps the outstanding ridiculed the junior
dance of the evening. Marie Sawyer
as dance chairman is also to be con-
gratulated on a fine piece of work. C HE LL!
A little volume in the songs and FLOWER
more careful enunciation would help
the entire audience enjoy what some- 203 East Liberty
times only the front row could hear Flowers for All
last night.

quite successful in its attempt to
make a national Belgium, not a Bel- -rviding a path to t sea aid cut-
gium divided into Walloons and tg a lage amfng of trade is
Flemish as its artificial creation by year from the Dutch was pleasing to
European powers a 100 years ago th Waue'ons, who arc oposed to th"
was expected to make it. Netheiands.
Van Zeeland has created feeling
against all the countries which sur- ! 4GiNE
,ound Belgium by various means. His Iedance,
fortifying the French border was win the Unicrn
pleasing to the Flemish, who live in b< a een ;old, George
the northern part of the country, W. Alle 37", annourec last night.
because they are opposed to the He sai te sale lasted ic longer tharw
French, and his creation of the canal one hour and 15 minutes.

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Ar erican Revolution.
Mrs. Dean W. Meyers who is in
celarge of the meeting has assisted
i 3S Walther in collecting an exhi-
bit-on of heirloom pieces loaned by
members of the chapter which will
be used to illustrate her talk. She
will speak in the Ethel Fountain
IIussey Room.
Following the meeting tea will be
mi ved, and Mrs. Floyd E. Bartell and
Ms. George W. Langford will pour.
} ;ach member may bring one guest.

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