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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Fl

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hale Ut 'tckets
For Key Dance
To Start Today
Collatz, General Chairman,
Predicts Sell-Out; Affair
To Be Held May 21
Tickets for Key Dance, to be held
May 21 in the Union Ballroom, will
go on sale today, according to Gus
Collatz, '37E, general chairman, who
predicts a sell-out.
The tickets, priced at $3, may be
obtained all day at the Union, from
9 a.m. to noon on the second floor of
the West Engineering Building and
from committee members. The dance
is open to the public. A private sale
among members of the honorary so-
cieties sponsoring the dance has been
going on for a week.
Honor Societies Co'rate
The six men's honorary organiza-
tions which are cooperating to give
the dance are Michigamua, Sphinx,
Druids, Sigma Delta Chi, Triangles
and Vulcans. This is the second year
that Key Dance has been given.
Presentation of the Oil Can, which
is annually given to the most "loqua-
cious lubricator" of the faculty by
Sigma Delta Chi, will take place at s
the dance. The name of this year's
recipient will not be known until it is
awarded. This is the 13th time that
the Oil Can has been presented, it be-
ing first awarded in 1923.
Hallett To Play
Mal Hallett's dance orchestra will
furnish the music for the affair. This
band, although not so well known in
the Middle West, has played at many
college dances in the East, and it has
made many recordings.'
Lloyd Strickland, '37E, is in charge
of the tickets, Robert Beuhler, '37E,
is chairman of the decorations and is
-assisted by Douglas Farmer, '38, and
Fred Boyton, '38E. Marshall Shul-
man, '37, has charge of the publicity,
His assistant is Robert Weeks, '38.
Other members of the central com-
mittee are John Cochrane, '37, Earle
Luby, '38, John Duffendack, '37, John
Otte, '37, and Carl Clement, '38E.
Decorations for the dance will be
announced later, Beuhler said yester-
day.

lWhite Coronation Crown

Ruthven Home No Evening Dates Are Permitted
To Open Today Women At Cheeloo University
For L a s t Tea By PHYLLIS MINER since they can work out any patternI
The attitudes of students in differ- they see and like with their needles.
ent lands are much the same, ac- Knitters here would not be able to
Director Of Lawyers Cluben r h ea compete with these women at Cheloo.I
Will Pour At Ninth Tea; n-hua Yiu, dean of Mrs. Yiu said.
women at Cheeloo University, Shan- The students follow nearly the
Expect Large Crowd tung Province, China, who is spending same curricula through their four
her sabbatical leave at the University. y
The last in the series of under- She is living at Helen Newberry Resi- ars of college, according to Mrs
Iraduate teas will be given by Pres- dence. Yiu. Many of their science and med-{
ident and Mrs. Ruthven from 4 to 6 Mrs. Yiu said, however, that there ical textbooks are written in Eng-,
p.m. today. This will be the ninth are many differences between the lish because of the difficulty invelveda
tea to be given this year, and a largetwo universities. One is that there in translating the terms accurately,
cw iexpetedyacrin gare no evening dates at Cheeloo, al- so thatthey have to be shipped in
crowd s expected, according to though men are allowed to call at and are fery expensive.
Stephanie Parfet '39, in charge of ar- the dormitories between the hours
rangements. of 4 and 6 p.m. Extra-curricular ac- Spoke At EasternCollege
The houses to be honored at the tivities are fewer at Cheeloo, also. f Mrs. Yiu, has recently returned
(,ea will be Betsy Barbour House, NoD from a speaking tour of many of the
tela wiltb etsy arbu D ouse No Dances Are Held Eastern girls' schools under the au-
Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Delta and - No dances are held at the Chinese pices of' the Associated Boards of
Kapp Kappa Gamma.e Other hin- University, according to Mrs. Yiu. Christian Colleges in China, of which
Bred guests will be those living at Most of the parties are those of Cheeloo University is a member. Her
the Lawyers Club, Chi Psi and Phi the departmental clubs, into which purpose in this tour was to make the
Psi. all the students are organized accord- United States realize what the Chi-
Mrs. Inez V. Bozorth, director of ing to the field in which they are nese Christian universities are doing
the Lawyers Club, has been invited specializing. These meet at least and so to create better understanding
to pour as well as Margaret Ferries, once a month in the evening. The and feeling between China and the
'38, chairman of the orientation com- time is spent in discussion and games United States.
nittee, Mary Jane Mueller, '38, vice- and refreshments are usually served. Before resuming her position in
president of the League, and Harriet No one but club members may be the fall, Mrs. Yiu is planning to visit
Shackleton, '38, president of Pan- present without special invitation. the Scandinavian countries, England,
hellenic Association, according to Occasionally the students attend France and Germany. She will then
Miss Parfet. movies but the theatre is quite a return to China, where her husband,
Betty Gatward, '38, chairman of distance from the campus and a rick- who has held important government
the League social committee, an- shaw is needed to get there. positions, is advisor and personal rep-
nounced that all the members of the The Chinese dresses worn by the resentative of the governor of Shan-
-:ocial committee are expected to be women change little from year to tung Province.
present and officiate as hostesses. year. They are all hand-made and
Tra will be served in the dining- are usually of silk because it is not J.G.P. SCRIPTS WANTED
romstarting promptly at 4 p.m.,exesvanwarwl.Thwo nJ Anyone interested in writinga
ostill follow the old custom of carrying script for next year's Junior Girls
the studentire ashouseAl will u open to umbrellas on rainy and sunshiny Play is asked to call Roberta Chis-
uate students, besides those to be IKnitting is their favorite pastime, _sus_39, general chairman.
specially honored, are cordially in- and they are expertly skilled in this
vited to attend.I art. All their sweaters, socks, scarves-
Of special interest to students in and hats are made without patterns,
the past have been the Egyptian and -- _SEOR
Oriental art treasurers throughout BELTS FEATURED CAPS AN D GOWNS
the house, as well as the conservatory Imported Hungarian belts are be-
and President Ruthven's den. ing featured this spring to wear with deposit is rquired when your
sport dresses. order is given.
Nine Women Py d ed We furnish all new outfits of
I- le '1 fllxn becd~edIl4 - MtAMfa1 V m--mac. _ r --I n*a ni .i* -' -

Tennis Club To Play Color Combinations
City Team May 19 Of New Wardrobes
A tennis match with the Ann Arbor A e rightUn u
Tennis Club has been scheduled for
next Wednesday, according to 'Mar-
et W ateston '38, w en't e is The beautiful array of colors that
manager. The women's tennis club spring is now producing, has made
meets at 4:30 Wednesdays at the Dame Fashion hasten to brighten up
courts near the Women's Athletic her latest styles. The new outfits
Building. stress color to the utmost. Drab,
sombre shades are positively forbid-
Sgls and doubles tournamentsden to appear on the streets these
are now posted on the bulletin board sunshiny days. They must be packed
of the W.A.B. Six teams are entered !unshindnytheyivestuntilane
in the mixed doubles and 13 in the wa d r d l
women's doubles. Thirty women have winter.
entered the singles tournament, the Fever before in fashion history has
second round of which is to be played there been such an assortment of col-
off by Friday. First rounds in the ors, and color combinations from
doubles tournament are also to be which to choose. Many shades are
played off by Friday. now being combined that were never
before sanctioned as proper to ap-
pear together. Red and yellow are
Inflepen(lents Defeat being used effectively together, as are
Barbour Team, 23-5 blue and green.
All the colors of the rainbow are to
The Ann Arbor Independent base- be found on the new striped blouses,
ball team defeated the team from and many scarfs and belts display a
Betsy Barbour, 23-5 yesterday in the brilliant variety of shades. There is
first game of the afternoon. Collegiate a great .opportunity for one to show
Serosis was defeated by Martha Cook her own ingenuity in combining col-
20-19 and Alpha Delta Pi.beat Alpha ors.
Epsilon Phi 19-16. Phi Sigma Sigma
defaulted to Delta Gamma.
Officials were Barbara Horton, Jewelry and
'37Ed; and Helene Kipf, '37Ed. Watch Repairing
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Phi Sigma Kappa announces the state at Liberty
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CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES
Among the news of the various fra-
ternities and sororities are the an-
nouncements of the elections of offi-
cers, numerous pledgings and one
initiation. An informal faculty din-
ner and a Founder's Day breakfast
are planned for this week.
Alpha Epsilon Iota
Alpha Epsilon Iota will hold an in-
formal faculty dinner tonight. Guests
of honor will be Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Gesell and Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Theron-
hill.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta will hold a
Founder's Day breakfast at 9 a.m.
tomorrow at the League. Miss Julia
Riser of Birmingham, Ala., who is the
national inspector for the sorority,
will be the guest of honor. Alumnae,
actives and pledges will attend.
Alpha Gamma Delta also an-
nounces the recent initiation of
Jeanne Vant, '39.
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Sigma Phi announces the
pledging of Birooks Church, '40, Gir-
ard, 0., Julius Jaegar, '38E, Detroit;
Frank Stevens, '40, Buffalo, N.Y., and
John O'Dell, '40, Three Rivers.
Delta Sigma Pi
The new officers recently elected by
Delta Sigma Pi are Kenneth Kilgore,
'3gBAd, head master, John Campbell,
'38BAd, senior warden, Donald Rohn,
'38, junior warden, Wilbur Pierpont,
'38BAd, treasurer, and Joseph Bona-
vito, '38, scribe.
Delta Sigma Pi also announces the
pledging of Robert Cox, '39, of Battle
Creek, Robert Pressprich, '38E, of
Port Huron, and John Treadway,
'38E, of Ann Arbor.
Hermitage
Hermitage announces the following
newly-elected officers: Walter Cra-
mer, '385M, president; Arthur Mur-
ray, '39, house manager; Robert
Johnson, '39, treasurer; Stuart Cros-
man, '38E, secretary.
Hermitage announces the pledging
of Harold Wessel, '39, of Ferndale.
Sigma Chi
Sigma Chi announces the election
of the following officers: Hugh Rader,
'38, president; Gilbert Phares, '38E,
vice-president; and Robert Stuart,
'38, secretary.
MORELLI IS DINNER GUEST
Carlo Morelli who is to be starred
in the May Festival this week and
who was a member of Acacia when
he was a student here in 1919 was a
guest of the fraternity at a dinner
last night.

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Fouf Couples Plan
T oarry In June
Dorothy Lyndon, '37, of Ann Arbor,
has chosen the Michigan League
Chapel as the place where she and
J. Willard Wilkins, of Dearborn, are
to be married at 4 p.m. June 5. The
ceremony will be read by the Rev.
Henry Lewis of St. Andrew's Epis-
copal Church and a reception will be
held later in the Ethel Fountain Hus-
sey lounge.
Miss Lyndon is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lyndon of Ann
Arbor, Mr. Wilkins attended the
University in 1935.
Ruth McConkey, '37A, of Ann Ar-
bor, and Rodney DeVore, '35E, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., will be married June
12 at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George McConkey, on
Washtenaw Ave.
June 26 has been the choice of both
Constance Giefel, who will be married
to Dr. Sherwood B, Winslow of Battle
Creek and Ann Arbor and Gay Wil-
gus, of Ann Arbor, for her marriage
to Prof. Stanley D. Dodge, also of
Ann Arbor.
Geological Fraternity"
Initiates Twelve Men
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national
geological fraternity, initiated 12
members last week. Those inducted
were Richard Liddicoat, Grad-Lit.,
'39, Manley Osgood, '39, Sanford Far-
rell, '38, Herbert Steiner, '31, John
Lewis, '38, Archie McAlpin, Grad,
Albert Carlisle, '38, Morris Minton,
'39, William Clift, '38, Robert Gar-
rels, '37, Robert Breed, Grad, and An-
tonio Chirinos, Grad.
Officers for 1937-38 are McAlpin,
iresident; Minton, vice-president;
Clift, corresponding-secretary; and
Liddicoat, secretary-treasurer.

Into Omega Upsilon
Omega Upsilon, national radio and
dramatic sorority, pledged nine wom-.
en at a meeting held last week in
the Hostess boom of the League.
Mary C. Bell, '39, Marion L. Can-
non, '40, Ruth Carr, '38Ed, Marjorie
R. Ingram, '38, Janet F. Karlson '38,
Nancy Schafer, '39, Ruth Wood, and
Carrie Wallach, 39, are the new
pledges.

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Lecture: At 4:15 p.m., in Room
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