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MAY 7, 1937

.1 TRY 311 GH I.G A N, D A I LY

Architects Declare Roman floliday For A nnunal Ball Tonih E
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Students Play
To Be Featured
At Intermission

Swimming Proves Popular At Michigan


Garnett To Be Guest'
Richard Dennis, '37,

General Chairman
More than 200 couples will cele-
brate "A Roman Holiday" at the an-
nual Architects Ball, to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the Archi..-
Lectural Building.
Richard Dernis, '37, general chair-
man of the dance will have as his
guest Jane Garnett, Grad. Stella
Dawson, '38A, chairman of publicity
will attend with Don Wangelin, '38E,
and Florence McConkey, '38, has in-
vited William Lyman, '39A. Miss Mc-
Conkey is in charge of favors.
Guests Anounced
Philip Haughey, '37A, chairman of
the music committee has invited
Mary Jane Field, '38A. Betty Hop-
kins, '38A will be the guest of Robert
May, '37A, chairman of tickets.Dor-
othy Cowle will come out from De-
troit to attend the dance with Otto
Kerschbaum, '37A, chairman of the
floor committee.
Walter Anicka, '37A, co-chairman
of the decorations committee will
have as his guest Jeannette Searles,
andAlfred Roth, Spec., also in charge
of decorations, will attend with Jean
Taylor, '37A. Kay Hoffman, Grad.,
will be the guest of Richard Polland,
'38A, chairman of the entertainment
Panels Depict Fiesta
The first floor drafting room of
the Architectural Building has been
transformed into a Roman street
scene. The walls are covered with
panels depicting the gay and colorful
life of an old fiesta. Around the bal-
cony which circles the room tables
have been placed in cabaret style.
The gardens will be lighted with vari-
colored indirect lights and will be
apened' during the danse.
Costumes Compulsory
Costumes are compulsory this year
and there will be prizes for the best-
dressed couples. The faculty will
judge the student costumes and the
students will judge the faculty.
During the intermission the stu-
dents of the architectural school will
present a play, "The Burning of
Rome." It will open with the tri-
umphal march of Nero returning
from the wars, 'and will end with a
demonstration of singing and danc-
ing firemen.
Les Arquette and his orchestra will
furnish music for the dance.
Assembly Plans
New Activities
GroupOf Ten
Pass Amendment Making
Board Membership Open
For Petitioning In '38
A proposal for activities committee
of ten members was adopted by the
Assembly Board yesterday at a meet-
ing of the non-offiliated representa-
tives in .the League.
The new committee will have as its
purpose the further organization of
dormitories and league houses, urging
the non-affiliated women to tryout
for various campus activities, Joanne
Kimmell, '38, chairman of the group
who devised the plan, explained.
Membership on the committee will
be obtained through petitioning next
Miss Kimmell pointed out that for
the remainder of this year a group
of ten women will be appointed to the
activities committee. They will con-
tinue their duties next fall until the
positions can be filled by the regular
form of petitioning. This group will
be directly connected with Assembly
An amendment was passed at the
meeting to require petitioning for all
positions on the original Assembly

The new system will eliminate the
possibility of women not interested
in the oiganization of non-affiliated
women from holding membership, on
the Assembly Board, Helen Jesperson,
'39, president of Assembly, said. For-
merly, the presidents of the smaller
dormitories and league houses auto-
inatically became members of thel
board and the larger dormitories and
zones elected their representatives.
$1.00 Value .. . 89c
has Durability and Sheer

Spring Dances League Is Scene Undergraduate
Will Be Givell AA.U. D Tea At League
Association of University Women held B o a
By 13 Houses Thejuior g'rf the^"meria Will DeToa
its annual dinner meeting last night
at the League.-1 Those who have been asked to
Today's Parties Include Mrs. Rose Bittinger, of Barton Hills pour at the League undergraduate
'Bowery Ball,'informials, was the speaker for the dinner. Mrs, tea to be held from 4 to 6 p.m. today
s ittinger is a student of costume in the League Ballroom were an-
F nounced yesterday by Barbara Heath,
designing and spoke of the signifi- '39, who is in charge of the affair.
Twelve parties will be given on cance of costume designing as related The list includes Mrs. Ralph Aigler,
campus tonight. Various types of to the stage. She stated that coor- Mrs. George Codd, Mrs. Charles Da-
entertainment will range from spring dination of costumes, scenery and vidson, Mrs. Frank Hartwig, Mrs. Ho-
formals to a "lBowery Ball." Also, at lighting were necessary to bring out mer Heath, Mrs. Irene Johnson, Miss
this time several houses will give the details-of the costumes. Various Ethel McCormick and Mrs. T. Hawley
their spring informals, and one house examples were used to illustrate her Tapping.
will entertain at dinner. points. A new seating arrangement will
Alpha Chi Sigma will hold' an in- Hostesses for the dinner were chair- be put into effect at the tea. One
formal dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. men of the affair and included Mrs. official hostess with four assistants
today. Chaperons for the party will A. A. James, Mrs. Karl L. Malcolm, will be placed at each of 10 tables.
be Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Seibert and Mrs. Harry L. Hawkins, Mrs. Douglas As the women enter the ballroom
Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Rushton. McLean, Miss Geneva Smithe, Mrs. they will draw the numbers of the
Alpha Rho Chi will entertain witl Rudolph Schulte and Miss Margaret tables at which they are to sit from
a costume dinner today for those Blashill a box placed at the door. Each table
members attending the Arrhi-,t.' - will seat approximately 30 women.


+a i... ;l ccc at sLE, .
Ball. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Ross
will chaperone.

Instructor Claims Sport Ideal
For J3~auty And As Recreation


To Hold Informal Dance
Chi Psi will hold a closed informal
dance today. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Carson and Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Kindred will be chaperons.
A colonial garden will be the set
ting for the spring formal which Jor-
dan Hall will give today. The chap-

Delegates Wives
Plan Entertainment
A special program has been ar-
ranged by Mary M. Lichtenauer for
wives of delegates to the annual con-
vention of the Michigan State As-e
sociation of Life Underwriters to-
In the morning, the women will
tour the campus, the Hospital and the
business section. After a luncheon
at the League, they will meet for
The convention will be attended by
more than 500 persons, Clarence F.
Yates, local.underwriter in charge
of the meeting, said yesterday.

Official hostesses for the tea are
Jean Bonisteel, '38, Marcia Connell,
39, Margaret Cram, '39, Virginia
Eaglesfield, '39, Jean Hanson, '38,
Jean Lillie, '39, Stephanie Parfet, '39,
Harriet Pomeroy, '39, Priscilla Smith,
38, and Barbara Teall, '39.
Women living in League houses are
especially urged to attend, Miss
Heath said.

erons will be Dr and Mrs. Turnbull ofc
End uraice Built Up> And standpoint. It is now lady-like to DabrMsHeetOpeon
"kick a mean crawl" and while the Deai born, Mrs. Herbert Oppleton
Physical ym As V-man lifeguard still dashes valiant-MssIabelle Dudley and Miss Ruth
Well As Safety ly to a shrill cry for succor, he is apt K B e
to be more disgusted than intrigued Kappa Nu will give a spring formal
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second by such, rawness of technique. A tinner dance from 7 pyattry1Clu.
n a series o features discussing the omely,bronzed arm, sliding evenly today at Huron Hills Country Club.
proper technique in the, different wvorn- I yoey ldn,___________________
en's sports given on campuse in and out of the water has been
By MARJOIIE TILINGHIAST proved a much more irresistable at- J.G.P. SCRIPTS WANTED
Btraction. Anyone interested in writing a
Swimming is an ideal -sport, ac- The physical education depart- script for next year's Junior Girls
cording to Miss Laurie Campbell, in- ment for women gives class instruc- Play should call Roberta Chissus,
structor in the physical education de- tion in swimming and diving. In ad- '39, general chairman.
partment for women and director of dition to these classes, there is one
the Michigan women's swimming I being held this season in Red Cross The chaperons for the occasion will
club, since it not only offers oppor- Life Saving. There is also the Mich- be Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kessel, Dr.:
tunity for healthful, pleasant recrea- igan women's swimming club, made and Mrs. Bernard Heller, Mr. and
tion and splendid physical develop- up of qualified swimers who are Mrs. Samuel Bothman and Prof. and
ment, but it also safeguards one seeking practice and recreation. Mrs. S. G. Goudsmit.
against the dangers of many outdoor a cilities Prove Inadequate Mosher To Entertain '
activities. In discussing women's swimming Mosher Hall's spring formal will
Since it allows for maximum func- here, Miss Campbell emphasized that be given from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., today.
tion of muscles without danger of the facilities for women are highly The chaperons will be Mrs. Martha
strain and builds up one's endurance inadequate. Because the women have Ray, Mrs. Margaret Parsons, Mrs.
generally, Miss Campbell believes it no pool, they are forced to swim at Nina K. Preston, and Miss Jean Kel-
to be a perfect exercise. Moreover, it most unpopular hours and at consid- ler.
results in that often envied but sel- erable expense to the individual. Phi Rho Sigma will hold a radio
dom achieved symmetrical develop-1 Miss Campbell said that the men's dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today. Dr.
ment of the body, and produces pli- swimming department and the man- and Mrs. N. R. Kretzschmar and Dr.
ant, supple muscles rather than those agement of the Union have been and Mrs. John Sheldon will be the
Amazonic forearms which are prone mhst cooperative and considerate i chaperons
to characterize devotees of more vi- granting the women the use of their (Theta Chi will hold its annual
olent sports. facilities. However, since swimming closed Bowery ball from 9 p.m. to 1
Mineral Spring Popular is gaining in popularity rapidly and a.m. today. Chaperons for the party
The great therapeutic values of since it is so beneficial a sport, there will be Mr. and Mrs. George Harriss
water, recognized by all peoples is a great 'need for more adequate and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmer.
through the ages and probably best facilities for women. To Hold Radio Dance
realized by the Romans in their ela- -- - Theta Xi will hold a closed radio
borate systems of public baths, are Tdance tonight. The chaperons will
another of the factors which combine Sororities To Honor be Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Buehler and
to make swimming one of the most For eke Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boddy.
beneficial;of sports. Today, the pop- GuestsF rW eekend Zeta Beta Tau will hold a formal
ularity of mineral springs and the dinner dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
great value derived from swimming in The local and alumni chapters of at the Washtenaw Country Club as
he treatment of muscles affected by! Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will be a feature of its spring house party.
infantile paralysis testify to the worth= hostesses for the fourth annual Mich- Prof. and Mrs. Wassily Besekirsky
of this sport. igan Zeta day on Saturday. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rosenthal
The importance of skill in swim- The delegates from the Ann Arbor will chae n.d
ming as a safety measure can not chapter will be Katherine Kirwan, ce fro9Pim.ltol am day.
be overestimated, for not only does '37, and Betty Loughbourgh, '38. Miss I.dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today.
it safeguard a person against the ha- Katherine Kempher of Ann Arbor is r. and Mrs. Jerome Conn., Dr. and
zards of outdoor activities, but it gives in charge of affairs. The Albionand Mrs. S. M Goldha r and Mr and
him mastery over any situation simi- Michigan State College chapters will Mrs. Henry Meyer will be the chap-
lar to that in which Aunt Hetty, in be represented as well as alumni from n.
a pair of heavy hiking boots and cor- Detroit, Flint and Lansing.
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re(,-poncng costume, steps quaintly
off the dock while carrying the lunch.
Sport Becomes Necessity
Moreover, swimming is getting to
be an actual necessity from the social
Alpha POhi Defeated
By Jordan Nine, 74-
Jordan Hall defeated Alpha Phi
sorority yesterday 7-6 in a4.hotly-con-
tested baseball game.
Dorothy Gardiner, '38Ed., pitched
for the winning team and Betty Lyon,
'39, was her opponent, in the Alpha
Phi group.
Florence Dyer, '40,, Mary Richard-
son, '4OEd., and Miss Gardiner made
home runs for Jordan; and Mary 1
Jane Crowley, '38, .and Miss Lyon
for Alpha Phi. The game between
Kappa Alpha Theta and Alpha Xi
Delta was defaulted.

Apn u amma Dueita is entertain-
ing Miss Julia Riser, their interna-
tional inspector this week. Miss Ri-
ser, who arrived in Ann Arbor Wed-
nesday will remain here until
Sunday. Last night a dinner was '
given at the sorority house in her
honor. On Sunday morning Miss Ri-
ser will speak at the Founders' Day
CHICAGO, May 6.-(AP)-Mrs..Hel-
en Malloch of Chicago was elected
president of the National Federation
of Press Women today at the organi-
zation's first annual meeting.
Watch Repairing:
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Come in and select one of the most glamor-
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get your hair frizzed and banged . .. take a few
steps more to our Downtown Store and try some
special evening make-up we recommend
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these efforts, and presto! you're a new person!
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Wherevcf' she is, her day is One you'll
want to remember with a very special
greeting. Nothing can so adequately ex-
press your feeling for her at a minimum
of eXpense as flowers delivered to her at
home next Sunday morning.



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