100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 16, 1937 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1937-05-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FMV

TTW M CIVT4TAN flA!IIV

PAGE FIVE

Men Students
M ay Witness
Lantern Night
Forming Of Block M And,
Pageant May Be Seen Byl
Men For First Time
For the first time in the history of I
Lantern Night, men will be invited to'
all of its festivities, excluding the line1
of march, Mary Johnson, '38, general
chairman of the event, announced.
Up to now, this traditional event,
which will be given Thursday, May
27, on Palmer Field, has been given
exclusively for women. This year,
however, men are invited to witness
the forming of the block M, purchase
box lunches, see the pageant and par-,
ticipate in the dancing on the tennis
courts.
Lantern Night is a classification to
honor all the senior women and mem-
bers of honorary societies who will beC
feted. The procession will form at
the library and Miss Johnson has
urged all women to march ip the pro-
cession. The leaders will be the 12,
outstanding women from each class.
They will wear coats of their class
color and all other women are asked
to signify their class by hair-ribbons
or scarfs.
The dormitories and sororities will-
pack lunches for residents. Women
living in league houses and men may
order lunches. The price and the place
for ordering will be announced later,
according to Barbara Heath, '39,
lunch chairman.

Printed Silk Popular
~ ~\ .

Committeemen Michigan Graduates

4 +i
,ti ':
'4ti4'~.'::
" "
'4
'Z I i 1 5

I

Select Guests
For Key Dance,
Jane Giesecke To Attend
With Gustav Coldatz,
General Chairman
The names of the guests of the
committee members for Key Dance,
which is to be given Friday in the
Union Ballroom, were announced yes-
terday.
Jane Giesecke, '39A, will accom-
pany Gus Collatz, '37E, general chair-
man of the dance. Lloyd Strickland,
'37E, head of the tickets committee,
will have as his guest Jean Stewart
of Pontiac, and Robert Beuhler, '37E,
in charge of the decorations, will be
accompanied by Elizabeth Hunting-
ton, '39.
Guests Listed
Marshall Shulman, '37, who is
chairman. of publicity, will attend
with Ada Zolla, '37. Jeanne Gomon,
'40, will be the guest of Earle Luby,
'38, in charge of the patrons com-
mittee ,and Virginia Smith, '39, of
Douglas Farmer, '38, assistant on the
decorations committee.
dther guests are: Harriet Brels-
ford of East Lansing, who has been
invited by Fred Boynton, '38E, mem-
be rof the decorations committee;
Jenny Petersen, '39, who will accom-
pany Robert Weeks, '38, assistant on
the publicity committee; Dorothy
Barrett, '39A, who will be the guest
of John Cochrane, '37, June Harber,
'38SM, who will accompany John
Duffendack, '37; Betty Huldin of
Gi-and Rapids, will be the guest of
John Otte, '37; and Sarah Eshbach,
'39, who will attend with Carl Cle-
ment.
To Give Second Dancer
This is th second annual Key
Dance and is sponsored by six men's
honorary organizations, Triangles,
Vilcans, Druids, Sphinx, Michigamua
and Sigma Delta Chi. Tickets,which
may be obtained from 9 a.m. to noon
on the second floor of the West En-
gineering Building, at the Union and
from committee members, are priced
at $3.
Mal Hallett's orchestra will play
for the affair. Presentation of the
Oil Can by Sigma Delta Chi to the
most "loquacious lubricator" will be
featured at the dance. This award,
which was originated in 1923, will be
given for the 13th time this year.
Although it was once a joke to be
the recipient of the Oil Can, it is now
something of an honor. The name of
the person who will receive the award
will not be known until the nightj
!of thie dance.

" n
. + S
' x
L " iyfC
. -
6
T^

5,

i.

Are WedRecently
The weddings of four graduate
students took place within the past
week.
At a quiet ceremony recently in the
rectory of St. Luke's Episcopal church
in Kalamazoo, Ann Woodward Ver-
ner, '35L, of Kalamazoo, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Verner, of Ann
Arbor, and Robert F. Krause, '36L,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Krause,
of Rocky River, 0., were united in
marriage. Rev. Fr. Gordon Lowkes
officiated. The couple will be at
home in Rocky River about July 15.
Mrs. Krause is a member of Phi
Delta Delta and Mr. Krause is affil-
iated with Phi Delta Theta. He is a
practicing lawyer in Cleveland.
Myrtle Carolyn Trunk, '36SM,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Trunk, of Grosse Pointe, was mar-
ried recently to Rudolph Matern,
'38A, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig
Matern, of Long Island, N. Y., in
the home of her parents.
Townspeople,
Faculty To See
Coward Play
Initial Offering In Seventh
Dramatic Season Will Be
'TonightAt 8:30'
The 1937 Dramatic Season which
will open tomorrow night with
Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8:30," pre-
senting the stage and screen stars
Helen Chandler and Bramwell Fletch-
er will be attended by many faculty
members and townspeople.
Among the townspeople who are
looking forward to the event areA ss
Helen Alexander, Dr. and Mrs. Hugh
Beebe, Mrs. Boak, Mrs. C. L. Boyce
and Miss Helen Boyce, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Burt, Mir. and Mrs. Eugene
Clarkson, Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Cowie,
Miss Elisabeth Dean, Mrs. Gardner
Williams, Miss Adelaide Dewey, Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Emery and Mrs. W.
H. Faust.
"Tonight at 8:30," which has never
before been produced outside of Lon-
don and New York, is a cycle of short
plays all different, which will here be
presented in two groups of three each.
The first group, playing from May
17 through May 21, will include
"Hands Across the Sea," "Still Life"
and "Ways and Means."
FRATERNITY ELECTIONS
Theta Xi recently elected the fol-
lowing officers for the coming year:
Carl Gerstacker, '38E, president;
Donald Alexander, '38E, vice-presi-
dent; John Williams, '37E, treasurer;
L. Willson Worthing, '39E, house
manager; Lester Goda, '39E, steward;
and D. Philip Clark, '39, correspond-
ing secretary.

These Lovely, Popular Co-eds
All Agree.

It's

.

8 Nickels Arcade

This simple dress of flowered
material is set off by the perky
satin sash and is easily adaptable
to a less formal occasion by re-
placng the dressy sash with a more
tailored leather belt.
Schedule Given
For Rehearsals
Of '40_Project
Therschedule for Freshman Project
rehearsals for this week was an-
nounced by Alberta Wood, general
chairman.
All the characters inapart two who
have speaking parts, and the tum-

JACOBSON'S
for
SMART SHOES

June Harber,

Harriet

Shirl Crosman, Helen

Jean Friederici . . . outstanding co-
eds, speak for the entire feminine
campus population, when they unan-
imously say, "Because they are the

tlers, will meet at 4:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the game room of the League.
The grandchildren will meet again at Music Alumni Elects
8 p.m. in the Game Room, and the Stahl New President
singing villagers will meet at 8:45
tomorrow in Betsy Barbour House. Otto J. Stahl, of the School of
Those in part one of the Project, Music was elected president of the
who have speaking parts will rehearse School of Music Alumni yesterday at
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Game the group's annual luncheon at the
Room of the League. The dwarfs will League. He succeeds Miss Nora
meet at 7 p.m. in the Game Room, fol- Crant Hunt, also of the music school.
lowed at 8 p.m. by the wooden shoes, Other officers chosen were Miss
and at 8:30 p.m. by the dancing vil- Gladys Schultz, first vice-president;
lagers, and the tumblers will rehearse Mrs. Virginia F. Rogers, second vice-
in Barbour Gymnasium. president; Mrs. Eunice N. Anderson,
Part two will meet again at 4:30 recording secretary; Mrs. Burnette
p.m. Wednesday in the League game Bradley Staebler, corresponding sec-
room. The singng villagers will re- retary; and Henry Bruinsma, treas-
hearse at 7:30 p.m. in Betsy Barbour urer.
House, and the grandchildren at 8 ,_e_._
p.m. in the Game Room of the League. y

i

School of Social
Dancing
Taught daily, 10 to 10.
Terrace Garden Studio
2d Floor, Wuerth The-
ater Bldg. Phone 9695.

=7

newest . smartest styles gC
cast our vote always for .. .
SHOES
iacqueline
SHOES

En-MESH-ed in
Paris - Soir,
Your Beauty REP
Will Soar!
"Paris-Soir" is a clever Gos-
sard idea with an opening be-
tween the bust sections for
greater breathing ease. The
porous mesh fabric and match-
ing 2-way elastic keeps you as
COOL as the proverbial cu-
cumber, while moulding your
figure to rival a movie queen's!
Model 3664.
$500

The characters of part one are
scheduled to rehearse at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, and the dancing villagers
at 8:30 p.m. in the League Game Room
The tumblers will rehearse at 7 p.m.
in Barbour Gymnasium, and the sing-
ing villagers at 4:30 p.m. on the third
floor of the League.
At 4:30 Friday the dwarfs will meet
in the League Game Room. The danc-
ing villagers are scheduled to rehearse
at 1 p.m. Saturday in the League
Game Room, followed at 1:30 by
wooden shoes, and at 2 p.m. by+
Rip's children.
BARBOUR ELECTS OFFICERS
Betsy Barbour.House recently elect
ed the following officers: president,
Frances McKinney, '38; vice-presi-
dent, Virginia Snell, '38; social chair-
man, Charlotte Hauk, '39; secretary,
Helen Brady, '40, and treasurer, Dor-
othy Oxtoby, '38.

HOLD GOLF MATCHES E
The Pitch and Putt Club won the
first match of the season from the
Ann Arbor Woman's club yesterday
by a score of eight to four points.

- - T--- 'R
rA TE JTPEET
E EW ELER
WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING

$3.95
and $4.95
$6.50
and $7.50

Now

Knee-Lengths
FOR SMALLS, MIDDLINGS, TALLS
f _'
1~ 0
Wear Belle-Sharmeer Knee-Lengths
In Your Own LEG SIZE
for Perfect Fit and Freedom

PRINTS!

Toeless . . . heel-less . .. heartless, for

CONNIE and JACQUELINE have let their genius run
rampant to produce the most glorious Whites ever
made! In KID, DOESKIN, PATENT, CALF-
SKIN, LINEN .. . also MULTI-COLORS and

you'll succumb to two or three pairs!

,-
N "
~/
r Li.

SSeeuI i VOGUE
and HARPER'S BAZAAR
* / I
and HRPE' BZA

"JUST

ENUF"

Girdles of
Lacy Lastex
ad BONELESS
$3*50
*
WHITE GARMENTS

r
4 ,
%r
'i t .-- "Y.
{ . ..
i j
.
LJ
{,?
j
1..

I4
9 0

' rlJ
!e
" "
, " ,
-. , o
:

There's literally nothing
like KneeLengths by Bell--

tit. There's a picture of a
laisant summer? And ro rnn

E: _' /

4F

111 1m

11

M

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan