Tickets Are On Sale French Faculty,
For Architects' Ball
Students To Ac1 t
To Lead March Upder
Tickets for the annual Architects'
ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., 111 Plays Toda
May 7, are priced at $2.50 according
to Richard Dennis, '37A, general The Cercle Francais will present
chairman of the dance. They may beh"L
group of three French plays,"L
purchased from the committeemeno Farce du Cuvier," L'Ecole des Belles
at the Union and Ulrich's Bookstored
The theme of the ball will be a Meres" and "Le Client Serieux," at
Roman Holiday Decorations and 8:15 p.m. today in the Lydia Men-
costumes will carry out the effect. delssohn Theatre. Tickets are - 25
Costumes are compulsory and prizes cents to holders- of Cercle Francais
will be awarded to the best dressed membership cards and 50 cents to al
couples. The faculty will judge the others
students, and the students the fac- . "L'Ecole des Belles-Meres," by Eu-
ulty. gene Brieux, is directed by Mr.
- Charles Koella; "La Farce du Cu-
ALP.A XI DELTA vier," a medieval comedy, by Mr.
Meribah Leach, '40, Marblehead, James O'Neill. Prf Rene Talamon
Mass., will be initiated today into is in charge of "Le Client Serieux,"
Alpha Xi Delta. by George Courteline.
Roles in "Le Client Serieux" are
being taken by the following mem-
bers of the French faculty: Prof-
H Emeritus Arthur Canfield, former
head of the Romance Languages de-
I II LI I_ partment; Profs. Edward Adams,
1 '' , Philip BuHrsley, Marc Denkinger,
L II Herbert Kenyon, Charles Knudson
kiand William McLaughlin.
wtakes skip# te landin the career Mr. Francis Gravit, Mr. Koella and
that so many college girls acquire Mr. Harry Skornia will also take
through Katharine Gibbs secre- part. Students taking part in "La
tarial training . . . preparation Farce du Cuvier" will be Rowena E.
to step immediately into an in- 1 La Coste, '39, Douglas N Morgan,
Steresting, weli-paid position, with '40E, and Alice E. Woodruff, '38.
assured advancement ahead.
More good positions available The following students will take
than we can fill. the roles in "L'Ecole des Belles-
Address College Course Secretary Meres": Misha M. ChimacOff, '38,
for "Resuits," a booklet of interest- Marcia Connell, '39, Martha E.
ing placement information, and illus-
trated catalog. Dynes, '39, Elizabeth S. Parrish, '37,I
"Special Course f "r College Women jharriet Shackleton, '38, and Nikolayf
opens in New York and Boston Sep- .Trtzn rd
tember 21, 1937. M. TuritZin, Grad.
" AT NEW YORK SCHOOL ONLY-
same course may be started July 12 '
.preparing for early placement. Try r E aP' RI 'r I N G
Also One and Two Year Courses forY TMCNG
preparatory and high school graduates." 11viM EOGRAPHIIING
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To Hold Parties
Lawyer Club, Fraternities
Give Informal Dances;
The activities for this week-end will
be marked by many fraternity and
sorority dances following last week-
end's lull. Phi Gamma Delta, Beta
Theta Pi, Xi Psi Phi and the Law-
yers' Club are holding informal
dances tonight Bob Steinle's or-
chestra will play for the Lawyers'
Tomorrow night Alpha Omicron
Pi, Collegiate Sorosis, Phi Sigma
Kappa, Kappa Kappa Gamma and
Kappa Delta will hold their annual
spring formals. The Kappa Kappa
Gamma's party will be held at the
Washtenaw Country Club and the
rest are to be in the chapter houses.
Informal radio dances are being
planned for tomorrow night by Al-
pha Kappa Psi, Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Kappa Delta Rho, Phi Chi, Phi Sig-
ma Delta and Pi Beta Phi. Kappa
Delta Rho are combining bridge with
Sigma Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha and
Phi Delta Epsilon will hold informal
dances tomorrow evening. The
pledges of Phi Beta Delta are giving
an infnrmal houII s ty thc rQt
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UnioiI Ballroom Grad iiates, I-ialth WOMEN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT
. The date for the first round of the
W ill B ec S cen e u b, ( iec Dance Women's golf tournament has been
________e until May 10, at which date
Ej bE U Students in the graduate school all cards should be turned in. The
' 1OfM ilitary Ba and the Michigan Public Health Club last date for the second round will be
OYwill be the joint sponsors of a dance May 17, according to Marjorie Merk-
to be given from 9 p.m. to midnight er, '39.
~reggi, Chil's Orchestra tomorrow in the Women's Athletic - - -- -----
To P t y; Drll E xhibitioii John Hay's orchestra will furnish Hitler Does Not Ban It!
Before Grand March the music for the affair, and tickets PURITY ICE CREAM
_______ will bec priced at 35 cents each.
Amid a colorful array of flags, red- This will be the last meeting of the WI KEL DRUG CO
coated wooden soldiers, military uni- year for the graduate students, ac- We Deliver Phone 3494
forms, and clanking of sabers; mem- cording to Miss Jeannette Perry.
bers of the R.O.T.C. will welcome
the guests of the 19th annual Mili-
tary Ball to be given tonight from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Union.
At midnight the grand march led
by John R. Gustafson, genera.l chair-
man, and Muriel Jean Hassard, '38,
will pass under a sabre arch formed
by members of Scabbard and Blade.
Committeemen's Guests A.,:,,
Wencel A. Neumann, '37BAd, trea- "
surer, will have as his guest Ruth
Judson of Royal Oak. Phillip T U.R ,AN :
Haughey, '37A,chairman of decora-TU RB A N:
tions, has invited Doris Koestner of
Kalamazoo. Carl Abbott, '37E,
chairman of the ticket committee,
will attend with Betty Fauver, '37.
Goff Smith, '38E, chairman of in.
vitations will have as his guest Nancy Casual dramatics in pleated crepe,
Dall, '39 John E. Cornelius, '38,
chairman of the dril lteam, has in- with the gleaming sheen of your
vited Hope Hartwig, '38. John C l air for a crown . .
Young, '38E, .chairman of programs
and favors, will have as his guest'
Elizabeth French, '39. Carl A. Ger- Use or a actve sports an
stacker, '38E, will attend the dance
with Beverly Bendall of Midland,
Mich. William Wolfner, '38E, floor In a satisfying color rage, and
chairman, has invited Dorice Rob-
bins, '38, as his guest. p)riced at Only ..
Scabbard And Blade Initiates
Members of R.O.T.C. who will be
initiated into Scabbard and Blade.
just before the grand march are:
Ralph Ulmer, '38L; Leo E Klar,
'38E; Carl A. Gerstacker, '38E; Wil-
liam E. Cobey,, '38E; John M. Stevens,
'38; Gilbert K. Phares, '38E; John7 CU
Alden, '38; Charles F. Payton, '37;J
Kingsley Kelly, '38; Carl H. Clem-AD)
ent, '38E, John E. Cornelius, '31;
Roger S. Frazier, '38E; Hudson G.
Dunks, '38E; Robert A. Pommeren-
ing, '38; Kenneth G Emery, '37E;
Alfred G. Ellick, '39; Grandville Con-
rad; '38E; Donald M. Alexander, '38E. _-__ _
A 'military exhibition by the floor
and drill team composed of a group
of R.O.T.C. members will precede theI
grand march. The outstanding fea- Therei 'ay Chic in this
ture" of the dance will be a surprise
stunt, the nature of which Gustafson S *
refused to divulge. I
A dinner given for members of the
committee and Scabbard and Blade
initiates and their guests will be held
at 7:30 p.m at the Union. Breakfast
twill be served immediately following-
the dance to committee and officers
of R.O.T.C., and their guests.
Included in the program, in charge
of Francis Donovan, '37, toastmas-
ter, to be given at the dinner will be
ai welcome to the initiates which will
be given by Capt. Paul Coursey. Jack
Payton, will give the response for the fs'
initiates. Major Peter K. Kelly will
be the speaker of the evening
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