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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Reggie Child's Band To Play At A nnual Military Bail, Friday,

pril 30

Frills Reach Peak
Of Flattering Chic
In Smart Blouses
"Baby trim will not be downed"
says Vogue this month; and an Ann
Arbor shop has complied by stocking
a collection of blouses, including
wispy numbers guaranteed to make
even the most sophisticated senior
look dangerously naive in harmony
with the "s.s. and g." trend in spring
bonnets.
A .pink organza, much beruffled
under the chin and coyly sporting a
narrow edge. of lace on its frills, is
the perfect example. You may find
a dainty chiffon style with a rippling
jabot either in deep mint green or a
shade that is a very diplomatic com-
promise between cherry and plum.
Crystal balls that pose as buttons
add the mystic touch to this blouse.
More practical, but still very fem-
inine, are; a black chiffon with very
tiny ruffles and a miniature bow, and
a pleated yellow style, also executed
in chiffon. A simple beige georgette,
guimpe appears to be made for that
"in between" suit.
Unusual editions for campus wear
are hard to find, but there are three
excellent solutions; a pink blouse
with pastel leather buttons and three
deep ,pleats clear down the back; a
powder blue crepe that contradicts
its color by perfect tailoring, in-
cluding tiny buttons that look like
studs; and a red silk trimmed only
by a smart white zipper and white
piping.
GARBO ACCEPTS MEDAL,
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 2.-t
(P)-Greta Garbo has accepted the
medal for Artistic Merit awarded her
by King Gustav of Sweden, officials
said tonight.t

En'gineers Vie
With Lawyers
ARival Dances
More than 450 couples attended
the annual dances held last night
by the Engineers and Lawyers.
At Slide Rule, held by the engi-
neers, Mary Dayharsh of Syracuse
led the grand march with Robertl
Baldwin, '37E, general chairman. She
chose a printed crepe accented with
white flowers for the occasion. Jane
Giesecke, '39A, the "guest of Gustav
Collatz, '37E, chairman of the floor
committee, wore black marquisette
with embroidered white stars.
Maurine Palmer, '37, who attend-
ed the dance with Miller Sherwood,
'37, co-chairman of the invitations
committee wore black and white taf-
feta with a vivid red and blue sash.
Gertrude Veneklausen, of Detroit,
who was seen with Willis Hawkins,
17E, co-chairman of the decorations
committee, chose an empire dress of
blue taffeta for the dance. Patricia
Haff, '39SM, guest of Max Schoetz,
'39E, co-chairman of decorations,
appeared in a light blue marquisette.
Betsey Anderson, '38, in navy blue
polka dot print was with the chair-
man of the refreshment committee,
Rowe Balmer, '37L.
CREASE DANCE GUESTS
At Crease Dance, given by the Law-
yers, La Mar Forshee, '37L, co-chair-
man in charge of the dance, invited
Parley Ulrich, '39, who wore a white
taffeta formal with royal blue acces-
sories. Betty Jane Flansburg, '37,
who was the guest of Craig Span-
genbdrg, '37L, co-chairman editor
of the Raw Review, chose gold-
trimmed blue taffeta gown .with al
full skirt and a tailored jacket.

Frilly Peplum Jabot

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A peplum, frilly jabot and short,
pffed sleeves distinguish this
p lkadot dress.
nard Ponopka, '37L, chairman of
decorations, wore a rose taffeta dress
accented by gold and crystal jewelry.
Vivian Lerner, '38, was the guest
of Sidney Steinborn, '38E, chairman
of publicity, wore black net over
black taffeta.
Sorority, Fraternity
Name New Officers

CHELSEA
FLOWER SHOP
203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
Flowers for All Occasions

Mildred Hyde of Detroit, guest of
Robert Hogueland, '37L, who headed
the patrons' committee, was there
in tucked blue chiffon complimented
by silver accessories. Jane Kappler
of Pentwater, accompanied by Ber-
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Grand March,
Military Drill,
To Take Place
initiates To Be Presented
By Scabbard And Blade;
-Lute Permission Granted
R~eggie Childs and his nationally-
known band, now :playing at the
Commodore Perry Hotel in Toledo,
will furnish the music for the annual
M tiiilitary Ball to be held from 10
p.m. to ' a.m. Friday, April 30, at the
Union, accoding to John R. Gustaf-
son, '38, general chairman.
Extensive plans aye being made for
the ceremony before the Grand
March, which will take place at mid-
right. William Donovan, '37, first
sergeant and secretary of Scabbard
and Blade, will present the initiates
of the organization to John P. Cour-
sey, '37, captain and president. Cour-
sey, in turn, will present them to the
guests of the Ball.
The drill team, made up of fresh-
man and sophomore members of
R.O.T.C., will display military forma-
tions after the ceremony. The grand
march will then be led through a
sabre arch, made u of members of
Scabbard and Blade.
Late permission has been granted
those attending the ball. The Mil-
itary Ball is the only dance, aside
from the traditional class dances,
whih will be allowed late permission,
Gustafson said.
The ticket sale for the ball has
now been opened to basics in the
R.O.T.C. and will continue until
Spring Vacation. After vacation
tickets will go on general sale. They
may now be purchased from mem-
bers of the committees only. Tickets
are priced at $3 each.
Gustafson also announced that a
stunt will be presented. Last year
the stunt proved to be an illuminated
mural of the Goddess of Peace which
was shown while the orchestra played
"The Call to Arms." What the na-
ture of the stunt for this year will
be, Gustafson did not say.
Neither the patrons and patron-
esses list, nor the decorations for the
dance have been announced.
Judiciary Head
To Tell Plans
For Next J.G.P.
Miss Maliszewski To Talk
At Sophomore Meeting
Monday, At League
The activities of the various com-
mittees for next years Junior Girls
Play will be explained at a mass
meeting to be held at 4:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the League, according to An-
gelene Maliszewski, 38, head of Ju-
diciary Council.
Petitioning for central committee
positions on J.G.P. will be held Tues-
day and Wednesday in the League
Undergraduate Office. No petitions
will be accepted after those dates,
Miss Maliszewski said.
Interviewing by Judiciary Council
of all applicants is to take place after
spring vacation. Specific times will
be announced later.
At the mass meeting, Hope Hart-
wig, 38, president of the League, will
introduce Miss Maliszewski, who will
explain the duties of the committee
heads. Positions on the central com-
mittee for the play are those of gen-
eral chairman, assistant chairman
and heads of the patrons, finance,
publicity, music, dance, tickets, pro-

grams and usher committees.
Members of the central cdmmittee
of this year's play will be present at
the meeting to answer any questions
the sophomore women may have. The
room in which the meeting will be
held will be posted on the bulletin
board near the League desk.
Judiciary Council will select the
person for each position whom it con-
siders best fitted for the office. The
list will then be submitted to the
Undergraduate Council for final ap-
proval, and those who are appointed
will be announced in May.
NEWBERRY ELECTIONS
Elizabeth Lauer, '38, was elected
president of Helen Newberry Resi-
dence for the coming year. Other
fficers elected were: vice-president,
Norma Curtis, '39; secretary, Wilma
Cope, '40, and treasurer, Nissley
Brandt, '38.
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Church Guild To Honor ALPHA RHO CHI SCHOLARSHIP OFFERED
Alpha Rho Chi announces the in- E Alpha Kappa Alpha will present its
itiation of: James Albert, '40A Johnannual scholarship award to a sopho-
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Tompkins of Harper, '40A, Frank Bachelder, '40A, more woman, it was announced by
Sui-Fu, West China, will be honored andDaFrances Billups, chairman of the
at a dinner given by the Roger Wil- scholarship committee. Sorority and
hams Guild for them and members PHI KAPPA TAU non-affiliated women are eligible
of the First Baptist Church from 7 Phi Kappa Tau celebrated Foun- j and may send a letter of application
to 8 p.m. Sunday in the church par- ders' Day with a banquet held Sun-,
Tors. i day noon at the Unio . The speaker to the scholarship committee with
Dr. Tompkins, '10M, has been en- for the occasion was Robert Hutton, I transcripts from the registrar's of-
gaged in medical and missionary an alumnus of this chapter. ! fice.
work in Sui-Fu while Mrs. Tompkins --- -
has been teaching kindergarten. The
couple, who have been in China for
more than 30 years, will talk about
their work and experiences there.
ANNA QUINE ENGAED art New Styles
Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Quiine,
of Hibbing, Minn., announce the en-
gagement -of their daughter, Annali
Mae, '37, to Richard Edward Clegue,
son of Mr. Thomas Clegue of Ann
Arbor. Miss Quine is a member of FOR AFTER-EASTER WEAR
Kappa Delta. Mr. Clegue attended
the University.
22 to 24 head sizes
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