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Ruthvens Give
Fifth In Series
Of School Teas

Special Guests Are To
Mosher Hall, Zone
And Chapter Houses


The fifth in the series of Ruthven
undergraduate teas will be held from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m., today, at which
President and Mrs. Ruthven will re-
ceive Michigan students. So far this1
year, the teas have been well attend-
ed with an average of 200 guests.
As todays tea is the first to be held'
since examinations, an extra large
number of students are expected by
Betty Gatward, '38 who is a member
of the League social committee and is
in charge of the Ruthven teas.
Mrs. Martha L. Ray, social director
of Mosher Hall, Mrs. L. C. Doggett,
house. chaperon at Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Mrs. George H. Wilson,
house chaperon at Kappa Delta and
Miss Ruth Sandusky, president of
Mosher Hall have been invited to
Mosher Hall, Kappa Delta, Kappa
Kappa Gamma and Zone III will be
honored as the special guests invited.
The fraternities which are specially
invited to attend are Kappa Delta
Rho, Kappa Nu, Sigma Chi, Theta
Chi and Zeta Psi. All students of
the University are both urged and
invited to attend.
Various members of the League so-
cial. committee will officiate as host-
esses and will show the students at-
tending the collections of Egyptian
and Oriental art treasures and pot-
tery belonging to President and Mrs.
Bowling Subscriptions
Will Be Closed Today
Today is the last day for women
to sign up for the round robin tour-
nament in bowling, according to Lois
MacLean, '39SM, manager. Sign-up
sheets are posted in Barbour Gymna-
sium and the W.A.B.
Each team will be composed of
three women, and will bowl once a
week. The team having the highest
total score for two games will be the
winner of each match.

Woman Journalist
To Lecture Today
Miss Helen Bower, a member of
the editorial staff of the Detroit Free
Press, will speak on "Adventures in
Interviewing" at a meeting of the
women's branch of the Michigan Club
to be :held at 8 p.m. today in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
All women students interested in
journalism are invited to .hear Miss
Bower and to attend the subscrip-
tion dinner, to precede the meeting.
Tickets-for the dinner are priced at
75 cents.
: Miss Bower, a member of the board
of the Alumnae Council, was for-
merly a student at the University.
She is affiliated with Kappa Kappa
Gmma. Miss Bower will be intro-
duced by Mrs. Irene B. Johnson, club
president. Board members who are
to serve as hostesses are Mrs. Fred-
erick Arnold, Mrs. Alfred O. Lee,
Mrs. Evans Holbrook, Mrs. Harold
Thosper, Mrs. Carl Dahlstrom, Mrs.
James F. Breakey, Mrs. S. Beach
Conger and Mrs. William C. Waltz.
Chekhov Play
Will Be.'Given
By Dramatists
"The Boor," a one-act comedy byl
Chekhov, will be given at 8:30 p.m.
Friday by members of the Ann Arbor
Recreational Projects, under the di-7
rection of Carl Nelson, recreational
leader, at the Unitarian Church. '
The cast will include Nelson, who,
plays Smirnoff, the "boor"; Cathleen,
Schurr, '37, who portrays the dis-
illusioned Mrs. Popoy; and Prof.
Norman Maier, who will be seen in
the role of Luka, the bewildered ser-
Nelson formerly characterized, in]
presentations of Play Production, the
wild, Russian poet in "Sqularing thes
Circle," the uncouth visitor in "Juno
and the Paycock" and one of thef
hapless youths in "Bury the Dead."
Miss Schurr was connected with rep-
ertory theatres in New York.
The play will follow a supper given
by the Women's Alliance of the
church. The public is welcome.

Assembly Ball'
List Of Patrons
Is Announced
Parents Receive Invitation
From Daance Committee;
sell-Out Is Announced
Patrons and patronesses for the
third annual Assembly Ball to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
League Ballroom were announced
yesterday by Virginia Krieghoff, '38,
chairman of the patron committee
for the dance.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean
and Mrs. Edward Kraus, Dean and
Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Dean and
Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, and Registrar and Mrs. Ira M.
Smith have been named to act as
patrons and patronesses for the ball.
Others who will attend in that ca-'
pacity are Prof. and Mrs. RobertC.
Angell, Prof. and Mrs. Philip E.
Bursley, Prof. and Mrs. Gali .
Densmore and Prof. and Mrs. George
McConkey. Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs.
Byrl Fox Bacher, Miss Jeanette Per-
rG, Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Miss
Mary E. Gleason, and Miss Ann Var-
do have also been asked to act as
Miss Isabel Dudley. Miss Ruth
Danielson, Mrs. Frederick Ray, Mrs.
Joseph Parsons, Mrs. Ellery P. Pres-
ton, Miss Kathleen Hamm, Miss Sara
Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Heitsch
of Pontiac will attend the ball, Miss
Krieghoff said, adding thatparents
of the central committee memfbers
were also asked to act as patrons
and patronessesdfor the dance. Those
who will attend the ball are Mr. and
Mrs. K. A. Karlson of Detroit, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Krieghoff of Grosse
Pointe, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.1
Lambert of Detroit.
A complete sell-out of tickets is-
sued for the dance was announced
yesterday by Janet Lambert, '37, tick-
et chairman. In spite of the exist-
ing demand for tickets, Miss Lambert
stated no more will be issued.
Phi Sig na Delta Elects
Officers For New Year
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity has an-
ndunced the election of its officers
for 1937-38. They are: Manuel Sla-
vin, '39, master frater; Edward Gins-
berg, '38, vice master frater; Richard
Klein, '39, secretary; Herman Loh-
man, '38, treasurer; Joseph Nellis, '38,.
corresponding secretary and Kalman
Small, '38, historian.
The fraternity will have a com-
bined initiation and installation ban-
quet this Sunday, according to Morrie
Herman, '38, social chairman. Invi-
tations have been issued to the alum-
ni of Phi Sigma Delta.

Elects Officers
For Next Year
Mrs. Nate Spanger Chosen
President; Name Heads
Of Various Sections
At the annual meeting of the Wom-
en's Club of Ann Arbor, held at 2:30
p.m. yesterday in the League Ball-
room, new offiders for the coming
club year were elected.
Mrs. William Hoad, retiring presi-
dent of the club, presided at the
meeting at which the following offi-
cers were elected: Mrs. Nate Spanger,
president, Mrs. Edward Blakeman,
vice president, Mrs. Walter J. Breay,
second vice president, Mrs. John J..
Raaf, recording secretary, Mrs. C. A.
Reading, corresponding secretary and
Mrs. Burton A. Hilbert, treasurer.
New chairmen of the various sec-
tions were also elected yesterday.
Mrs. Dugald Duncanson will head the
American home department, Mrs. W.
A. MacLoud is to have charge of
the applied education department,
Mrs. Jack Sharman, Mrs. George
Bleekman and Miss Ada Hill will be
chairman of the Fine Arts, American
citizenship and social welfare groups
Mrs. J. C. Cleveland and Mrs. Ira
Smith were chosen to be the deel-
gates from the Ann Arbor club to
the 1938 state convention, with Mrs.
R. H. Davidson and Mrs. Charlotte
Rueger as alternates.
Shackleton Chosen
To Head Pan Hell
(Continued from Page 1)
Phi sorority. She is a member of
the Gargoyle editorial staff and was
on a committee for the Sophomore
Cabaret. Miss Loomis was also voted
one of the 10 most beautiful women
of the University.
The meeting yesterday was con-
ducted by Betty Anne Beebe, '37,
president of Panhellenic for the past
year. Mary MacIvor, '37, is the
retiring secretary and Jean Hatfield,
'37, is the retiring treasurer. Miss
Loomis replaces Virginia Spray, '37.
Jordan Hall Holds First I
Tea Dance Of Semester
Jordan Hall held its first tea dance
this semester from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
yesterday, according to Madeline
Krieghoff, '39, who was in charge of
the affair.
Mrs. William A. Bowen, Mrs. Her-
bert A. Poppleton and Mrs. Florence
Preston presided at the tea table
in the radio room. Spring flowers
decorated the rooms.

Mexico And Orient Influence.
Is Seen In Spring Hat Styles

With spring on the wing, and the
evidences, other than the mud on
your shoe, already visible, you will
find hats to be the most sensitive ar-
ticle in your wardrobe. Hats reflect
the season, the mood, or the occasion.
The influence of the Tyrol fades
this spring and we discover over-the
border Mexico sweeping the country
with her Spanish spirit. The som-
bera-type hats are as wide and
sweeping as the wide open spaces
they are derived from. Some are
fashioned in a sort of lattice design
which casts intricate little patterns
of shadow and light over the face.
These hats with their long waving
lines add a gay foreign note that
will greatly heighten any spring
Turbans Prove Desirale
A conquest of the Orient over the
Occident is evidenced by the turban,
destined to be out in front this year.
Turbans may be worn back on the
head as well as around it and are
made in light materials designed to
make the wearer almost unconscious
that she has it on. You'll even be
able to jam it into pockets. Andwhat
makes them all the more desirable,
they are most becoming to the new
hair dresses. The popular rollnof
curls turns up around the edges of
the hat and add a pert, saucy touch.
If you are smart you'll have a new
Breton this year. If you were smart
last year, last year's Breton will see
a lot of this year's spring from the
back of your head-from the back, it
is Vogue decreed, to "look 1937"
The fashion for campus spring wear
Theatre: Michigan, "3 Smart
Girls," with Deanna Durbin; Majes-
tic, "Smartest Girl in Town," with
Ann Sothern and Gene Raym6nd;
Wuerth, "The Reunion," with the
Dionne Quintuplets, and "Bengal Ti-
ger," with Barton McLean; Orpheum,
"Hollywood Boulevard," with John
Halliday and "Absolute Quest," with
Stuart Erwin.
Exhibitions: From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Architectural building, an ex-
hibition of Chinese art.
Coffee Hour: From 4:30 to 5:30
p.m., in the Union, for all men stu-
dents andhfaculty. Mrs. George M.
McConkey will pour.
Organ Recital: At 4:15 p.m.,in
Hill Auditorium, E .-William Doty, As-
sistant Professor of Organ, will pro-
vide a program of organ composi-
Luncheon: In the Russian Tea
Room of the League luncheon will
be given for graduate students. Pro-
fessor Ralph W. Aigler of the Law
School, will speak informally on "The
Supreme Court."
Tea: From 4 to 6 p.m., President
and Mrs. Ruthven will receive Mich-
igan students.
The compulsory dance rhearsals
for the coming week in J.G.P.
have been announced by Marie
Sawyer, dance chairman. The vil-
lagers will meet at 4:30 p.m. today
in W.A.B., and at 7 p.m. today the
Waltz Step will meet in the
League Ballroom.
The Singing and Dancing Vil-
lagers will meet at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday in W.A.B. The Wooden
Soldiers will meet at 4 p.m. Fri-
day in the Sara Caswell Hall,
Barbour Gymnasium. At 4:30 p.m.
the French Dolls will meet in the
same place.

with your new tailored suit is a little
felt beret. These hats are slightly
rounder and larger this season and
they require a little feather stuck up
on one side in the Yankee Doodle
style. All the colors of the rainbow
are to be found made into this beret
with the softest, smoothest felt ma-
terial used.
To Have Flowers
Flowers are to be found sprinkled
here and there all over the spring
hats. Tiny pink rose buds nestled
in a corner peeking out from one
side of the brim, or a row of tulips
stretched across the front make the
hats echo the vernal sfirit. Violets
and May flowers als ofind their
places in the Easter bonnets. Rib-
bons are popular too. . They tie in
bows and stream down at one side to
float in the spring breeze.
Remember in selecting a hat to
play up.your accessories and dress
trinmmings. 1937 hats are going to be
fun and you'll want to get in your
spring exploring early.

Frosit Frolic Ticket
Sale Is Continued
A small number of tickets are still
available for Ftosh Frolic, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Robert Mix,
general chairman of the dance.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Union desk today after 3 p.m. The
price per couple is $2.50 and only
freshmen may purchase tickets. Iden-
tification cards must be presented at
the time of the sale.
Freshmen women who desire tick-
ets may obtain them today by calling
Alberta Wood at Mosher Hall, it
was announced by Mix.
Zippers Are Featured
Lightweight wool skirts that have
a zipper all the way down the front
and crepe blouses with zippers are
now popular.
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