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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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List Of Patrons
Of Odonto Ball
Is Announced
Ferns And Cut Flowers
To Decorate Ballroom;
Few T k Availabi
Patrons and patronesses for the
fourth annual Odonto Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
March 18, in the Union Ballroom
have been announced by Robert Si-
bilsky, '39D, chairman of the patrons
committee.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean
and Mrs. W. B. Rae, Dean and Mrs
A. C. Furstenburg, Dean and Mrs
R. W. Bunting and Dr. and Mrs. P
C. Lowery of Detroit will be present
Booth To Be Decorated
The patron's booth and the orches-
tra platform will be decorated with
ferns, palms and cut flowers, Samue
Wills, '39D, chairman of the decora-
tion comimttee, said.
There are a few remaining tickets
Mark Coggan, '39D, head of the ticket
committee, announced. These may be
purch~ased at the Union desk or the
may be obtained from students o
the Dental School.
Rita Rio To Play
Rita Rio and Her Rhythm Girls
will play for the affair. The band
which has just completed an engage-
ment in Washington, D.C., has played
on tour at Akron, Baltimore, Harris-
onburg, Cuberland and Willow
Grove, Philadelphia. The group also
appeared at the Metropolitan The-
atre, Boston, as the featured stage
attraction.
Is Singer, Dancer
Miss Rio is a singer, dancer and
actress in addition to being an orches-
tra leader. She has appeared in the
movies in "Rio Rita" and in Eddie
Cantor's "Strike Me Pink."
Rocco Valluzzo, '39D, general chair-.
man of the dance, is working in con-
junction with Myron VanLeeuwen,
'39D, in charge of publicity, as well
as with the, above-named committee
heads.
400 Couples
Attend Annual
Assemly Ball
Wonien Choose Chiffon,
Marquisette In Gowns
For Dance At League
Marquisette, net and chiffon were
prominent choices of more than 400
women who attended the fourth an-
nual Assembly Ball held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. yesterday in the League
Ballroont
Norma Curtis, '39, general chair-
man of the dance, chose a black mar-
quisette formal with a row of white
lace rosettes around the skirt. Miss
Curtis attended the ball with Guy
Orcutt, '39.
Barbara Eppstein, '39, who was
there with Henry Fox, '39L, of De-
troit, also chose black marquisette.
She was Miss Curtis' assistant. Jane
Dunbar, '40, program chairman, wore
a pale rose moire gown with a full
gored skirt. She had Robert Hal-
sted, '38BAd, as her guest. Marie
McElroy, '39, decorations chairman,
had on a pink cloud crepe dress. Wil-
liam Steytler, '39, was her guest.
Mary Elizabeth Owen, '39, finance
chairman, attended the ball with
Richard Nash, '38. Miss Owen's for-
mal was of peach satin taffeta with
a full peach net skirt. Elizabeth
French, '39, in charge of patrons, wore
a rust bombazine dress with a square

neck and puffed sleeves. Her guest
was John G. Young, '38E. White taf-
feta, with a white net skirt, was the
choice of Myrra Short, '39, tickets
chairman, who attended with Robert
Young, '38E.
Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40Ed, music
chairman, wore a beige lace gown
over a pink crepe slip. She was ac-
companied by William Collins, of
Birmingham. Eileen Icheldinger,
'38SM, had as her guest Frederick
(Continued on Page 6)

Boleros, Dark silks Add Spring Chic

Alumnae Cro p Thforinai Radio Dances Hold Spotlight
Will Hear Dean- -
In Activities Planned This Week-End
Nicolson Speak-

'Science And Imagination'a
Will Be Sub jecl Of Talk
At 4:30 P.M. In eagie

Eight of tonight's nine dances are
to be informal radio dances. The and Dr. Frank Lathrop and guest will be made to form a concert orchestra
oteristobeaforadinnerdancchaperon the Phi Beta Pi informal of the members of the fraternity. Dr.
The Delta Sigma Pidinformal e d ance.and Mrs. Raphael Isaacs and Dr.
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Informal Dance To Be Given Gerald Hauter will chaperon the
Frank Brown and Prof. and Mrs. The Phi Chi informal dance will party.
f Maynard Phelps. be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. Mil-

Marjorie Hope Nicolson, graduate Ir. and Mrs. A. J. Parker of Ann lard E. Gump and Dr. and Mrs. Rob-Sale
of the University and at present Dean Arbor, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hain ert Wilson. tip er rfCkeL a1e
of Smith College. will attend the of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde The guests at the Phi Delta Epsilon r
L. Fulton, also of Detroit will chap- dance are to bring musical instru- To End .l Tomorrow
mid-year meeting of the Alumnae eron the informal radio dance at ments. The music for dancing will
Council to be held today, Mrs. Lucille D o Thetali.Reeratonefaicet-fr-h
B Conger, executive secretary, an- 1et ht h eevtoso ikt o h
Be Hold Formal Danive Sunday Night Supper to be held at 6
oiedrecently. 1I ~ i
nyKappa Delta Rho, the exception .oriei i - UIJ p.m. Sunday in the League Ballroom,
A meeting will be held in the morn- to the rule of informality, is planning I must be in by noon today, Betty Nt-
ing to be followed by a luncheon at a formal dinner-dance to start at To H ole P iy, '39, ticket chairman, said. Reser-
1' p.m. Dean Nicolson will address 6:30 p.m. Prof. and Mrs. Walter Kay o H old. P ael nvations can be made at the League
bthe Alumnae Council, the Ann Ar and Dr. and Mrs. Franklin Everett desk.
wor Alumnae the AAUW the mem- will attend as chaperons and the hi s W] e A forum discussion on "Campus
bers of the Smith Club, the Faculty music will be provided by Red (ood- Etiquette," group singing and mixer
Club and the Women's Research Club man and his orchestra. I 'The Youth Movement' games will be the entertainment fea-
at 2:30 p.m. The subject of her talk The radio dance planned by Kappa tures. The buffet style supper will
is to be "Science And Imagination." Nu will be chaperoned by Mr. and The first foreign student panel of be served promptly at 6:30 p.m.
Spoke At Centennial Mrs. Samuel Bothman and Dr. Ber- the second semester will be presented
Dean Nicolson was one of tie out- naid Heller. by four students from India, Ger-
standing speakers at the University 'he Kappa Sigma dance, though many, China, and Scandinavia at 4:30 Women's Fencing Club
Centennial celebration and is a prom- aradio dance, is semi-formal, being p.m. tomorrow in the small ballroom To Meet Opponents Today
C1clbainadi rm given in celebration of St. Patrick's of the non. O T.Pt l1 nlt oa
met figure mnthe educational world, Day.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mornf and T
Mrs. Conger said She received herDr''he pael, sponsored by the Inter- The Uversity 3 women's fencing
bachelor's degree from here in 1914, M national Council will discuss "The club will compete against teams from
Sher master's in 1918 aind in 1920 r act as chaperons Youth Movement" as it applies to Ohio State University and Michigan
ceived a doctor's degree from Yale Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koykka their respective countries. It will in- State College at a fencing meet at
University. She was a member of -.clude the part youth is playing in 2:30 p.m. today in Barbour gymna-
Phi Beta Kappa, the drama of the times; how youth sium.
ATtometenatClbrton'Ican contribute to the economic sta- Five women from each team will
K At the Centennial Celebration she
spoke on "The Education of Women."r bility of the future and to what extent be chosen to take part in the contest.
Dean Nicolson pointed out the rea- youth accepts the industrial civiliza- Judges will be chosen from among
sons why women do not succeed in tion as an answer to its social needs, the fencers. Students are invited to
the professional world, laying the Helen Schreck, daughter of Mr. Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor to attend the meet, Elizabeth White,
Whether it be for dancing at the Union Saturday night, or the blame partly with those who have and Mrs. George M. Schreck, and foreign students said. '39, president of the women's fencing
Suinday League Supper, swing skirts, fashioned with narrow patent kept up the tradition of women's in- Thomas E. Groehn, '36, son of Mr. Walter L. Galson, '41E, was born club, announced yesterday.
c rmk. feriority and also on women them- and Mrs. Otto J. Groehn, will be mar- n Germany and educated in Switzer-
sores ad smal lace ar mke th s te selves who have not made the most ied at 8:30 p.m. today at a ceremony land. He will speak from the stand-
_of their opportunities to advance in the home of the bride-elect in point of the German students. Anand DANCE TO THE
Defended Women Grosse Pointe Park. Kelkar, '39E, from the University of TUNE OF
rh]asaDefended Women John Strayer, '40M, will act as best Bombay, will represent India.L A Y r
oI She also defended women when she mon '33, brother of thegro W. ar1 G. Johnson, Grad., presidentL
sCi thato won's s lleg baanc ual Groehn,33, brother of the groom of the Scandinavian Club, and Shao- ORC H ESTRA
B Printing W ine Glasses their staffs and usually have an equal and Thomas Kleene, '36, wilin be in- Wei Li, a graduate of Tsing-Hua Uni- featuring
the student will have the benefit o' luded i the wedding party. versity at Peiping, will discuss the MAXINE BAESS
two points of view, but that the men's Mr. Groehn was associate editor of subject from the viewpoint of Scan- at the
By MARY KAY BURNS the largest andirons? If you see schools very seldom have women the Daily in 1935-36, and editor of dinavia and China respectively. STRIKE BENEFIT DANCE
Do you own a printing press? Does someone inspecting yours rather teachers other than as minor assist- the Summer Daily. He was affiliated The panel, which is open to the
ranyone have 50 wine glasses? These carefully-beware! It is probably aants. with Theta Delta Chi and a member public, is one of the projects spon- Saturday Night
questions have been asked scores of bp - -___ of Sphinx, Michigauma, and Sigma s ored by the International Council to 50c each Masonic Temple
people this week but to no avail. Thmmber of the properties committeei Delta Chi, honorary journalism fra- stimulate interest in international Hours: 9:00 to 12:00
Elzbt htcara fte The job of getting properties for a A: De1teE:t0e
Elizabeth White, chairman of the . _____________ _________(affairs._______________
properties committee for the 1938 play in which the principal charac-
Junior Girls Play, is really stumped tens are members of a royal family
when it comes to finding a printing living in a mystical kingdom, is rath- I
press. One scene in the play caljs er complicated. The period is mod-
for a hand printing press which ill ern and the setting is somewhere in All dormitories, sorority houses and
lower Europe. The furniture must league houses are to have the names
fit on a table. Members of the com- be classical or Empire style in a of their entries to the intramural de-
teer have contacted various Greek revival period, Since most of bates handed in by Monday, Helen S N ew
made trips to the public schools in it has been handed down for genera- Jean Dean, 39, co-chairman of the
Ann Arbor in search of a press, but tions it can not be too new but at committee in charge, announced.
still none has been found. the same time must be suitable for a The 64 women who plan to par-
The 50 wine glasses are needed for royal family. ticipate in this activity will be called
the Inn scene, as well as six round Some of the properties are being to a mass meeting to be held later
tables. Where can the committee made by the committee. After search- this month. At that time, Miss Olive I
find ther? ing hither and yon for 20 guns thatI Lockwood of the speech department, xae
What fraternity or sorority owns would not be too heavy to be carried who is to be in charge of all teams,
during a dance, the committee de- will discuss various phases of the
cided to make them. debate question and will explain the
Colum bia TeamMost of the properties have been terms used in debating.
procured some way or another, and Miss Lockwood stressed the fact
only a few remain to puzzle the com- that no members of the women's
mittee. If you own a printing press Varsity Debating squad may partici-
or 50 wine glasses please help them. I pate.
To Hold Basketball Game
At 4:30 P.M._Thursday
A women's basketball team from jIf you arrived too late last time to get your
Columbia University will play a team a * , share of these swank jackets, skirts and sweaters
made up of women from the Univer-
sityat4:3 p m.n Thrsda in U er- - that sold like lightning - dash in promptly
sity at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Bar-

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bour Gymnasium. A dinner honor-;
ing the visiting team will b held
after the game at the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
The club basketball team that is
first in the tournament will oppose
the Columbia women. This will be
the winner of the Dunbar vs. Connery
game Tuesday.
The chairmen of the comittees
were announced yesterday by Al-
berta Royal, '40, basketball manager.
Marion Marsh, '39, is chairman of
the tour committee, Louise Barr, '41,
of the dinner comittee, Joan Beving-
ton of the recreation commtitee and
Sally Corcoran, '41, of the decora-
tions committee.
DeanAlice Lloyd and Miss Laui ie
Campbell will speak at the dinner.
After the dinner there will be bowl-
ing, rifle, and ping-pong.

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