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, THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Second Annual ToPlay Portia In
'Capitalists Ball
Will Be Today
Committee Guests Listed.
Conferenee And D ier
'Wi r ed Dance
The School of Business Adminis-
tration will hold its second annual
Capitalists Ball from 9.p.m. to mid-
night today, in the Women's Athletic
Building.;
Frank Brown, '37BAd., and Robert
Halsted, '38BAd., are co-chairmen of
the dance. Brown will attend with
Mrs. Brown and Halsted will be with
Jane Dunbar, '40. Walter Crow, '38-
BAd., and Irwin Bailey, '38BAd.,
members of the central committee
will bring'Barbara Benedict, '40, and s.
Jane Mutschler, '37. ;
More Guests Named
Robert Laitner, '38BAd., will at-
tend with Betty Thompson, '40, andh
Dale Campbell, '37BAd., will be with
Virginia Minns. John Doelle, '38-.
BAd., will go with Catherine Sanders,
'38, and Howard Doud, '37BAd., will
take' Catherine Peck, '37. Robert
Thome, '37BAd., will have as his guest
Joan Lombard, '37.
Scholarship awards will be pre-
sented to the outstanding students in The Ann Arbor Dramatic Seaso
the business school for this' past year of London and New York repute, t
at a dinner which will be held at "Merchant of Venice," which role s
the Union. The dinner will precede George Arliss. New York critics pro
the dance. All the professors of the generation At Present Miss Wood
business administration school, the gnrto.A rsn isWo
alumni and the students who willbe appearing at the Henry Miller theat
honored will attend. The alumni have
been invited to remain in Ann Arbor . +
for the dance. Most Loquacot,
Conference To Be Held
This afternoon an alumni confer-
ence of the business school will take N am ed In rvoi
place at the Union. Business discus-
sions will be held and alumni fromC
Ann Arbor and Detroit will attend Dr. William D. Henderson
the meeting.
Alpha' Kappa Psi apid Delta Sigma Became First 'Recipient
Pi, the two fraternities connected Of This Award
with the School of Business Adminis-
tration, have cooperated in making B AHRN OR
plans for the dance. The first Cap-
italist Ball was held last year and it Once a jibe, now an honor-that is
is hoped that one will traditionally the history of the "Oil Can," which is
be held each year. awarded annually to the most "lo-
Russ Rollins and his orchestra 7ill quacious lubricator" on campus by
play and the dance will be a spring.i. b
formal. It is an open affair and tick-. Sigma Delta Chi, honorary journal-
______________ism fraternity.
This year it will be presented at
Chapter Houses Key Dance, to be held May 21 in the
Union Ballroom, and which pis spon,
sored by Sigma Delta Chi in coopera-
To Gi e Sprngtion with five other men's honorary
To Give Spring organizations, Triangles,
Dances Tomght Michigamde Sphinx and Druids.
Da c sHenderson, First Recipient I

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Gay Costumes
EnlivenAnnual
Architects Ball
Prof. Chapan Wins Faculty.
Prize; Miss Hopkins And
May Get AwardsC

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Prof. Myron Chapan, dressed as a
Viking warrior, won the prize last
might for the best-dressed faculty
member at "The Roman Holiday,"
annual Architects Bali. Mrs. George
Brigham dressed in a colorful Roman|I
gown was selected as the best-dressed I
wife of a faculty member.
It was difficult to judge the stu-
dents, for the costumes were gay and
diversified. Robert May, '37A, a Ro-
man soldier, and his guest, Betty
Hopkins, '38A, were selected as the
best-dressed couple. The funniest
guests in the opinion of the judges,
were Jean Taylor, '37A, who came as
a hottentot, and Edward Holpuch, '40,
who wore the same type of costume
with a huge fur robe slung over one
shoulder.
The first floor drafting room of the
Architectural Building was trans-
formed into a gay Roman street fies-
ta. William Griffiths, '37, made a won-
derful siren in a gold satin formal.
Vaughn Pierce, '37, as a surgeon, and
Joan Miles, '37, as Cleopatra, wore
costumes that added much to the
gaiety of the occasion.
Richard Dennis, '37A, general
chairman of the dance, came dressed
as a Roman soldier complete with
coat of mail, helmet, shield and sword.
Dennis' guest, Janet Garnett, Grad.,
was a Roman lady. Walter Anicka,
'37A, wore a very surprising outfit
composed of tail coat, top hat, wig,
and red-striped shorts. Jeannette
Searles, guest of Anicka dressed as a
Tahitian maiden.
One of the strangest costumes at
the ball was worn by Frederick James
and Sarah Pierce, Grad. James was
a Roman column complete with in-

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Sports Instructors Undergraduate
Attend Conven ton
tIOfSTea At League
Several members of the staff of]
the department of physical education Attracts M any
for women are participating in con- y
ventions being held in the midwest More than 250 women attended thel
this week-end. undergraduate-tea held yesterday af-
Miss Dorothy Beise and Miss Vir- seininte teaghe yesterday tf
ginia Peaseley left Thursday for the ternoon in the League Ballroom, to
Midwest Psychology Convention to be which women living in League houses
held in Urbana, Ill. this week-end. were especially invited.
They will give a report on "Studies Spring knits proved the choice of
Relative to the Relation of the Reac- the majority of the guests. Marlene
tion of Time, Speed and Agility of .h
Muscle Groups to Skills in Certain Fingerle, '38SM, in royal biue, Hatti-
Sports Activities." bel Grow, '38, Barbara Talcott, '39A,'
Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss Lau- 4nd Jayne Roberts, '38, were among
rie C. Campbell will attend a meet- those present who wore the popular
ing of the State Board on Women's knitwear.
Basketball Rules Saturday at Mar- Betty Ronal, '39, chose a rose wool
quette as representatives from the suit with a navy scarf and Betty Lin-
University. Miss Campbell is the degren, '38, wore a grey suit contrast-
state organizer for this section of the ed with a purple blouse. Maxine
state. Blaess, '39, and Kathern Golden,
'38, were seen dancing.
Und rter' WiveKatherine Sprick, '40, and Betty
Underwritrs W ives Thompson, '40, entered the ballroom
Entertained At League together. Hope Hartwig, '38, Bar-
Wives of the Michigan State As-1bara Bradfield, '38, and Betty Gat-
civeson of Life Underrign tes - ward, '38, represented the Undergrad-
uate Council at the affair. Miss Gat-
entertained yesterday with a tour of wen
wV Ard seece nV linen.AS

Founders'DayBiiBn it
To Be Held By Acacia
Acacia fraternity will hold its
Founders Day 'banquet at 6 p.m.
today in the Union.
Dean Joseph A. Bursley will be the
principal speaker of the evening with
T. Hawley Tapping, general secretary
of the Alumni .Association, presiding
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n brings with it Miss Peggy Wood,
o portray the part of Portia in the
she played several seasons ago with
claimed her the finest Portia of this
1 is being featured in "Miss Quiss"
tre on Broadway.
ts Lubricators'
!ution OOlCan
Reed then of the political science,
department and now connected with
the municipal consulting . service in

the campus, including the University
Hospital and the Ann Arbor business
district.
The tour was arranged by Mrs. Al-
ton Hewett and her committee, who
assisted at the other events. The
women attended a luncheon held at
the League and

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This timely selection has
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List Includes Five Dinnero
Parties, Three Informala
And Formal Dances.
Eight houses will hold dances to-v
day, of which five will be dinnern
dances arid the other three will vary'
from formal parties to a radio dance.J
Alpha Phi will hold a closed formalr
supper dance from 7 p.m. to midnightt
today. The chaperons will be Prof.v
and= Mrs. Richard C. Fuller and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Arnold.a
Delta Delta Delta initiates will give}
a dinner dance for the active mem-
bers today at the Washtenaw Coun-
try Club. The chaperons will be Dr.
and Mrs. Clifford Kienn, Mr. and Mrs.
George Manning and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Oakes. Delta Uspilon will hold
a closed summer formal today. The
dining room will be decorated to re-
semble an old-fashioned saloon.
Kappa Alpha Theta will entertain
with a spring formal dinner-dance.
Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert W. Sinclair and Dr. and Mrs. Lor-
en Shaffer. Kappa Nu will give an
open informal dance today, and Phi
Epsilon Pi will hold a dinner dance.
Trigon will give a closed radio
dance today. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Kinney and Mr. and Mrs. George
Lawton, of Detroit, will be the chap-
erons.
Zeta Beta Tau will hold a dance at
the chapter house from 9 p.m. to
midnight, today. The chaperons are
to be Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Goldham-
er and . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rosen-
tahl.

The award was first made in 1923,
and the presentation was a feature
of the Gridiron Banquet (patterned
after the journalists' banquet of the
same name held annually in Wash-
ington). Dr. William D. Henderson,
formerly director of the extension di-
vision, was the first recipient for his
many speeches throughout the state.
The award was then somewhat of a
joke, but it has become more of an
honor in the past few years, although
the presentation is still in a humorous
vein.
Among the ceremonies of the
awarding of the trophy is the unveil-
ing of large colored cartoons of for-
mer holders of the Oil Can.
Five of the 12 recipients are no
longer connected with the University.
Among these are Prof. Thomas H.

New York City; Prof. Oscar J. Camp- Itiate scrols and iss Pierce w
bell, once of the English Departmentslave chained to the column. F
and now at ColumbiaUniversity;Dr.e Lyman, o39A, ere dressed as Wh
Clarence.. Cook Little, then president Lmn 3A eedesda h
of the University and doing research tan and his favorite wife.
work on cancer at present; Prof. Wil- Dancing to the music of Les.
Liam A. Frayer, once of the history quette and his orchestra were the
department, now at Cranbrook Dionne Quintuplets, Dr. Dafoe
School; and Dr. Hugh Cabot at pres- the five nurses.
ent at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,
Minn., but then dean of the Medical
School.'
Other holders are still here. Field-
ing H. Yost received the Oil Can in
1929 for the numerous speeches he
quets, and he was followed by Prof.T hr
Waldo M. Abbott of the department
of speech and linguistics, and Dean
Joseph A. Bursicy.
Brumm Twice Honored fo
Prof. John L. Brumm of the jour-
nalism department is the only man
to be honored by receiving the Oil
Can twice. In '35, Prof. James Pol-
lock of the political science depart-
ment was the recipient and last year
it went to Prof. Jospeh R. Hayden,
also of the political science depart-
ment, and former vice-governor of
the Philippines, for his feat of pre-
senting the same speech on "The
Changing Orient" five times within a.-
short period of time.}-
The next recipient will not be
known until May 21 for the name of
the person selected is kept a secret
until the actual night of the presen- -
tation.

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