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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Lawyers And Engineers Maintain Their Traditional Rivalry

Tonight

Dinner Parties

'Outstanding American Woman'Of 19361

Wi I I Precede
Lawyers' Ball
Spring Flowers Will Be
Law Club Decorations;
Raehel To Play ,
Crease Dance, the annual lawyer's
closed formal will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the Lounge of
the Law Club. Over 110 couples are
expected to attend according to La
Mar Forshee, '37L, co-chairman of
the dance. Forshee will have as his
guest Farley Ulrich, '39.
Jimmy Rachel and his orchestra
will play for the dance. They recent-
ly completed a two months engage-
ment at the Texas Centenial.
The Club Lounge will be decorated
with bowls and bouquets of spring
flowers. A backdrop in the Michi-
gan colors will form the background
for the orchestra. The decorations
were taken care of by Bernard Kon-
opka, '37L.
At Phi Delta Phi
Preceding the ball, a number of
couples will attend dinners which will
be given at the Phi Delta Phi and
the Delta Theta Phi houses. At the
former house will be Philip Hart,
'37L, chairman of the finance com-
mittee for t'he dance, with his guest,
Elizabeth Firestone of Akron, Ohio.
Lewis Kearns, '37L, who heads the
music committee for the ball, will
have as his guest Ann Timmons of
Detroit. Other committeemen from
this house are Robert Johnson, '37L
who will attend with Dorothy Corson,
'38 and Robert Hogueland, '37, who
will have Mildred Hyde of Detroit
as his guest. Lawrence Smith, '37 will
attend with Barbara Lutts of Mount
Morris, and Marcia Connell, '38, will
be the guest of Tyler Carlyle, '37L.
At Delta Theta Phi
At the Delta Theta Phi dinner,
which is under /the direction of
Konopka, there will be several other
committeemen. Konopka will attend
with Janet Kappler of Pentwater,
William Heyns, '37L, has invited'
Helen McClain. Rowe Balmer, '37L,
chairman of refreshments will have
Marie Kuhn of Pleasant Ridge as
his guest at the dinner and dance.
William Bassett, '37L will also be
there with Vera Agnes Scheffel of
Jackson. Ba sett is a member of the
committee for Raw Review.
Other central committeemen and
their guests are Craig Spangenberg,

Union Ballroom Many Houses
Will Be Scene Of To Hold Parties
Slide Rule Dance This Week-End,

Students May Gain Lectrte Will Be Given
Badnin1ton Victory B'g Williafl Cameron
_____ William J. Camreron of the Ford
Motor Co. will give a lecture at 8 p.m.
A^student team is favored to win Wednesday at the First Methodist

- Associated Press Photo
Katherine Cornell, who was presented recently wiO a gold medal by
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, shows her award to Laura Gardin Fraser,
a famous woman sculptor and a member of the committee which made
the award. Miss Cornell received the medal in recognition of her
ability as an "outstanding American woman" of 1936.

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Women's Team
Will Hold First

Challis Is Revived
In Silk And Wool

Fencino Meet
If you hark back to the days of pig-
tails, you will remember the challis
The women's fencing club will com- dresses mother used to buy for you.
pete' with women fencers from the The dictionary declares that challis
University of Detroit in an exhibition was meant .to be printed and with
bout to be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in fashion decreeing that no matter
Barbour gymnasium, according to what else; prints will have to be in-
Grace Gray. '37, fencing manager. cluded in the 1937 spring wardrobe
Mrs. Bela De Tuscan, women's na- --challis takes an early lead in spring
tional fencing champion and a mem- popularity contests.

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'37L who has.
Flansburg, -'37,
Parr, '37L, will
of Ann Arbor
will be Henry
Morgan, Robert
Friar, John L.
Dietterle, and,
Mrs. Coffman.

invited Betty Jane
to attend and Lloy
have Vera Newbrougl:
as his guest. Other:
Halladay with Mar:
Molloy with Maureer
White with Elizabetli
Louis Coffman witl
All the mere are sen-

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ber of the United States Olympic
team, had been expected to give an
exhibition at this time, but she was
called to New York and may not be
able to keep the engagement. If
this is the case; Mrs. De Tuscan will
be here later in the semester when
an exhibition bout has been planned
with Wayne University and Michigan
State groups which are unable to at-
tend the earlier meet due to spring
vacation, Miss Gray stated.
The meet Saturday will be the first
of its kind to be held by the fencing
club this year and will be a regular
competition affair. It will be open
to anyone interested in the sport.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Phi Kappa Sigma announces the
pledging of Derwood D. Laskey, '40,
of Milan.
o. MAIN PH. 445
9 The Newest

iors in the Law School.

One campus shop is showing plain
little beige and grey dresses with
c ariet zippers all the way up the
front of the dress and fastening the
pockets. This same shop shows an
r qiusual frock with little arrows for
Sornaments on the pockets and at the
neck.
,Anol-her model is created out of
g_ brown flecked material. The I
sImple front of the skirt is stitched.
down the middle and the hem comes
up to meet it in a well-defined scal-
Slop
And now about the prints. There
will be such a host of them that a
cscription of one gives you hardly
any clue as to what the next will look
like. One frock is of red and has
flamboyant flowers splashed all over
it.
Another model is of yellow with
white heads of foxes as the feature
of the print. It is pleated down' theI
middle of the back as well as the
fi ont. A brown ascot is looped with
a flourish to give the whole dress a
jaunty air. The combination of
chartreuse with dubonnet is being
used to a highly satisfactory degree.
Uah.ptsts Will. Giv
Law Club Concert
Members of the Lawyers Club and
their guests will be entertained at a
musicale given by The Harp En-
semble on Sunday, April 4.
The following members of the En-
semble will present the program:
Miss Mary Jane Clark, Instructor inI
harp, Isabel Wray, '37SM, Zivia Selt-
zer, '39, Marian Karch, '40SM, and
Betty Walker, '39SM.
Tea will be served following the
concert. A few members of the
School of Music have been invited.
William C. Hartman, '37L, is in
charge.I

11be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the
Inramural Building according to
No Late Permission Given Dormitories, Fraternities, Earl N. Riskey, chairman of the
Women Attending; Red Sororities Are Planning tournament.
Norvo To Play Varied Entertainments Harry Kasabach, '37M, will play
in men's singles, Margaret Goodrich,
The eighth annual Slide Rule This week-end practically every j '37, in women's singles, William Bell,
Dance, given by the College of En- house on campus is entering into the Grad., in women's doubles and Miss
gineering will take place from 9 p.m. festive mood with that after-Easter di nd sanMi
to 1 am. today in the Union Ball- abandon and before-vacation rush. Goodrichand Kasabach in mixed
room.Twenty dances are scheduled to take.
Mary Dayharsh of Syracuse will place. Semi-finals will be played to-
attend with Robert Baldwin, '37E, lCdh
general chairman. Other out-of- Alpha Rho Chi will hold a Green night and five open and five novice
town guests include Harriet Beecher wich Village costume party today and matches will be played Saturday.
of Detroit, who will be the guest of tomorrow. The chaperons for tonight Miss Goodrich and Kasabach won
David Landsdale, '38E, who is chair- will be Mr. and Mrs. William A. War- the men and women's singles in last
man of the program committee. El- rick, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hutch- year's tournament.
len Bruckert of River Forest, Ill. will inson. Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W.
attend with Cerdric March, '37E, co- Hammett will chaperon tomorrow
chairman of the invitations commit- night.
tee. Informal Dance Planned
Out-of-Town Guests Chi Phi will hold an informal
Gertrude Marie Veneklausen will closed dance tonight and Theta Chi
come from Detroit to attend the will give a closed formal installation
dance with Willis Hawkins, '37E, co- dance.
chairman of the decorations commit- Acacia is among those entertaining
tee.
Gus Collatz, '37E, chairman of the tomorrow night. It will give a closed
floor committee, has invited Jane informal dance and Alpha Chi Omega
Giesecke, '39A, for the dance and will hold an informal radio party.
Jeanne Gomon, '40, will attend with Alpha Epsilon Phi and Delta Delta
George Allen, '37E, ticket chairman. Delta are both giving tea dances
Patricia Haff, '39SM, will be the from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. tomorrow.
guest of Max Schoetz, '39, co-chair The Alpha Gamma Delta pledges
man of the decorations committee. are giving a closed formal dance for
Vivian Lerner, '39, will attend with the actives tomorrow at the League,
Sidney Steinborn, '3E, who is in Alpha Tau Omega is holding an in-
charge of publicity for the affair. "formal dance and Chi Omega is
Hillard Sutin, '37E, orchestra chair- giving dannual i omal.
man, has invited Betsey Anderson giving its annu cnitiation formal
and Maurine Palmer, '37, will be the The Chi Omega chaperons will be
guest of Miller Sherwood, '37E, co- Mr and Mrs. J. R. Alden and Mrs
chairman of the invitations' commit- Granville C. Mitchell.
tee. houses To' Hold Formal Dances
"Rocking Chair Lady" Delta Gamma will hold a closed
Music for the dance will be fur- formal dance tomorrow night. Chap-
nished by Red Norvo and his or- erons will be Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
chestra. Norvo has recently ful- Gage and Mr. and Mrs. George Law-
filled an engagement at the Black- ton of Detroit.
hawk Restaurant in Chicago. Mil- Gamma Alpha will entertain with "TANGO" into Spring in
dred Bailey, who is known as the a closed semi-formal dance tomorrow Connie's gay dashing "little
"Rocking Chair Lady" on the radio night, while Gamma Phi Beta's sandal," with its saucy open "
prcgram on which she appears, is pledges and new initiates will give a toe, and interlacing tstrips
featured with the orchestra. Miss formal dance for the actives of the that end in a swish of strap
Bailey is considered by many to be chapter. 'round the foot! As slick as
the outstanding woman vocalist in Jordan Hall is giving a closed radio a whistle in B L A C K
the country. dance tomorrow. Chaperons will be PATENT alluring in
Engineers' instruments will provide Misses Isabel Dudley and Ruth Bar MULTVCOIOR OE
decorations for the party. Instead rett. Martha Cook Residence is to
of the old traditional slide rule which hold an informal- closed dance at SKIN!
is a remnant of the former rivalry the same time, and its chaperons will
yers, a large slide will be used which be Misses Mary Gleason and Sara J A C U
will encase the platform on which Rowe.
{he orchestra will sit. Radio Dances Are Popular
___Both Phi Beta Pi and Phi Delta
Theta are to hold informal radio
CHAPTER HOUSE dances tomorrow night. Dr. and
Mrs. Max Durfee and Dr. and Mrs.
ACTIVITY NOTES Ralph Smith will be the chaperons
for Phi Beta Pi; Prof. and Mrs.
George Bleekman and Mrs. U. R.
Alpha Rho Chi Loranger will act in that capacity for
Alpha Rho Chi announces the in- Phi Delta Theta.
itiation of James Albert, '40A, Frank Phi Kappa Tau will also hold a
Bachelder, '40A, John Harper, '40A closed informal radio party tomorrow.
and David Miller, '40A. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heller, Mr. andar
Mrs. Frank Ronan and Mr. and Mrs.4-
The fraternity also announces the T. Pender will be the chaperons.
pledging of William Cannon, '40A, of Another radio dance will be held
Niagara Falls. by Phi Rho Sigma tomorrow night.
Alpha Delta Pi Dr. and Mrs. John Sheldon and Dr.
The following officers were elected and Mrs. J. M. Rodders will be
by Alpha Delta Pi: president, Edna chaperons for the affair.
Kandelin, '39; vice-president, Mil- Theta Kappa Psi will give a closed
dred MacArthur, '39; secretary, informal dance tomorrow night.
Frances Hubbs, '40; treasurer, Julia _
Anne Upson, '39; historian-registrar,
DeRhua Skinner, '40; guard, Dorothy Ward Chesley, '37M, presiding senior,
Goebel, '39; chaplain; Cornelia Van- and Spencer Northrup, '38M, presid- -
Door, '38 and rushing chairman, ing junior.
Madelaine Westendorf, '40. Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Beta Pi Phi Gamma Delta announces the
Phi Beta Pi will entertain tonight following officers: president, John
at dinner Dr. Walter Keitzer, Dr. Thom, '38; recording secretary,
William Gordan, Dr. Frank Wilson, Charles Darling, '38; treasurer, Rob-
Dr. Frank Lathrop, Dr. John Brazer ert Mueller, '38; corresponding sec-
and Dr. Charles Ingersoll. retary, Arnold Southard, '38E; his-
The fraternity announces the torian,
pledging of Robert Christensen, '37,
James Christophersen, '38, and James J EAN E °
O'Brien, '37. formerly at
Phi Ch.omrya
PhiuchiObservatory and Lirette's
Phi Chi announces the pledging of Beauty Shops - Now at m
Paul Ehgle, '40M, and Stephen Ma- RITZ BEAUTY SHOP
son, '38. RT EUYSO
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