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SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Name

Committees

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Miltar

Union Ballroom
Will Be Place
OfAntnialAffair
Tickets Are Now On Sale,
To Basics; General Sale
To Open After Vacation
Committeemen for the 21st an-
nual Military Ball to be held April 29
in the Union Ballroom were an-
nounced yesterday by Goff Smith,!
'38E, gene'ral chairman.
Donald M. Alexander, '38E, will be
chairman of the patrons and guests
committee, and John W. Cummiskey,
'38, has been named finance and tick-
ets chairman. Calton L. Nelson,
38E, will head the orchestra com-
mittee.
To Be Publicity Chairman
In charge of publicity will be John
E. Cornelius, '38, and Kingsley Kel-
ley, '39BAd, will be chairman of the
programs and favors committee. The
drill team will be under the direction
of Theodore Madden, '39, and Rich-
ard T. Waterman, '40, is secretary of
the central committee. The floor
committee will be headed by Gordon
H-. Arnold, '40.
The decorations committee in-
cludes Wilson B. Archer, '38, Allen
Aidrews, '39, Gilbert K. Phares, '38E,
and John M. Stevens, '39E. Major
Walter B. Fariss will be the depart-
ment adviser.
Tickets Are On Sale
Tickets for the ball, which are
priced at $3, went on sale to Basics
yesterday and will go on general sale
after Spring Vacation.
a .1C. Attended
B y200 Coiles
Net, Marquisette Popular
At Oonto Ball
As varied as this colorful -season
permits were the gowns chosen by
dates of the committee chairmen for
Odonto Ball, attended by approxi-
mately 200 couples, held from 9 p m.
to 1 a.m. yesterday in the Union
Ballroom.
Ida Mae Schilling, of Maffillon,
Ohio, who attended the dance with
R. Charles Valluzzo, '39D, general
chairman, wore a gown of deep purple
net trimmed with vari-colored se-
quins. Mrs. Samuel Willis, who was
there with her husband, Samuel
Wills, '39, chairman of decorations,
was seen in a. light green crepe print
formal with a full skirt.
Jean Holland, '38, the guest of
Robert Sibilsky, '39D, head of pa-
trons, selected a light green mar-
quisette model featuring a shirred
front; while Nora Boyd, who at-
tended with mMarksCoggan, '39D,
ticket chairman, was seen dancing
in black net over flowered crepe.
The guest of Myron VanLeeuwen,
'3D, in charge of publicity, was
Louise Carter, '38D, who wore a black
marquisette gown.
Will Hold Contest
At Dance In League
A dance contest as well as a med-
ley of last year's and this year's JGP
melodies will be featured tonight at
the regular dance in the League Ball-
room.
Such meodies as "Star Light" and
"Schimply Schwell" from "A Feather
in His Cap," last year's production,
will be played by Charlie Zwick and
his orchestra. From "The Mulberry
Bush" there will be "Let's Sing" and

various other numbers.
Two complimentary tickets to a
future League dance are to be the
prizes for the dance contest. A slow
and a fast fox-trot will be the decid-
ing dances, and 12 couples will be
chosen. From them, the two winners
are to be selected by the judges.
Mary Jane Mueller, '38, vice-presi-
dent of the League in charge of the
ballroom, said that the names of the
judges are to be withheld until to-
night at the contest.
SLIDE RULE TICKET SALE
Engineers will have a last chance to
buy tickets to Slide Rule Dance when
the few remaining tickets go on sale
for engineers only from 9 to 12 a.m.
today in the Engineering Arch. After
this date they wilt be on general cam-
pus ~~sale at the TUnion. __

A Zestful Note For SpringI

Fashion Show ,
Held At League
Attracts Ma ny
More Than 1 ,170 Women
Watch Models Parade
In SpringEnsembles
More than 1,170 women attended
the fourth League-sponsored Fashion
Show held yesterday at the League.
'Twelve students and twelve profes-
sional models modeled spring en-
sembles which featured short full)
skirts and hats with chin straps.
Marcia Connell, '39, one of the stu-
dent models, wore a navy blue wool
dress with a candy striped blouse.
With this a navy, off-the-face hat,.
tied under the chin with a veil, was
worn. Mary Randolph, '38, another
mcdel wore a tailored evening gown
with a navy skirt and chartreuse
blouse and magenta belt and ker-
chief.
Betty Gatward, '38, head of the
League social committee, was in
charge of the tea. Charlotte Rueger,
'37, announced the models as they
paraded..
Seated at one table were Edith
Lynch, '41, with her mother, Mrs.
John Lynch, Betty Ronal, '38, Mary
Minor, '40 and Harriet Shackleton,
'38. Seated at another table were Pa-
tricia Haff, '40; Janet Allington, '38,
and Elizabeth Blodgett, '39.
Others who attended were Betty
Spangler, '39, Jane Holden, '39, Caro-
line Martin, '40, and Mary Johnson,
'38. Erla Dodge, '40, and Mary Helen
Hurley, '38, were also present.

J.G.P. Women
Stitch Merrily
On Costumes
The costume zoom of the League
has become alive with the whirr of
sewing machines, manipulated by the
adept fingers of the many industrious
committee members who are whip-
ping in the stitches for the 1938
Junior Girls Play.
Mary Lavan, chairman, and her co-
horts have been spending their time
'midst the bolts of material that have
been collected for a variety of cos-
tumes that will liven the scenery of
"The Mulberry Bush." Everything
from Pericleans of the earliest vintage
to the latest in formal gowns are be-
ing collected, revamped or made anew.
Chorus Costumes Described
Costumes for the various choruses
are in the making and at present As-
pasia's Girls are about to be garbed
in yards of green and summer brown
giarquisette, which will constitutethe
long full skirts. The bodices will be
made of bronze satin.
The royal family has to be pro-
vided with army outfits, which have
swept the committee into a quandary
of what to do with the "rebels." Red
shirts have been the outcome and in
true keeping with the modern concep-
tion of "what's fit for the army."
No kingdom would be complete
without its peasant element and so it
is with the Kingdom of Boeotia. They
will wear gay skirts of prints and
plain materials with bfouses of white.
Problems Are Met
The Changing of the Guard have
also presented a problem of grave con-
cern,.according to Miss Lavan. Their
costumes will be as one committeo
member describes them "beyond de-
scription." Short pleated skirts, bo-
lero jackets and numerous other de-
tails will give the general idea.

W.A*A. Board One Formal And Nine Informal
To Interview Dances Are To Be Held Tonight
Applications To Be Made A total of 10 dances are scheduled dance will be chaperoned by Mr. and
For tonight. 1 Mrs. Joseph Clemens and Mr. and
For 8 Positions Today Acacia will give a formal dinner- Mrs. S. Levin.
dance in honor of the new initiates. i About 20 couples are expected to-
Interviewing for position- on the Tecaeoswl eM.adMs night at the Pi Lambda Kappa in_
i Women's Athletic Association. BoardF The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. ngta h iLmd ap n
willten plachet fro2tonm. today C. Russell Price and Mr. and Mrs. H. formal radio party. Dr. and Mrs.
will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. today Waggoner. Russ Rollins orchestra John Freedman, Dr. and Mrs. Morris
at the W.A.A. Building, Mary John- will furnish the music. Bachman, and Dr. and Mrs. Leo
son, '38, .president, announced. I An informal dance in honor of the O'Reklin will act as chaperons.
There will be interviewing for the new initiates is planned by Alpha Bridge Games 'Planned
positions of president, vice-president, Kappa Kappa. Dr. and Mrs. Homer Dr. and Mrs. John Sheldon and
secretary, treasurer, American Fed- Stryker and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Dr. and Mrs. Jack Tolan will chap-
eration of College Women Represen- Waller will chaperon. Jerry Beissel's eron the Phi Rho Sigma informal
tative, publicity manager, awards Ypsilanti orchestra will play. radio dance.
manager and intramural manager. Jordan Dance Informal I An informal radio dance from 5
All women are eligible for these Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Barden and to 9 p.m. is planned by Pi Beta Phi.
positions with the exception that the Mr. and Mrs. William B. Palmer will Mrs. George Codd will chaperon,
I president must be a senior while in chaperon Alpha Kappa Psi's infor- and supper will be served about 6:30.
office. Applicants will be interviewed mal radio dance. In addition to dancing, there will be
by the senior members of the present An informal radio dance is also bridge games.
board, Miss Laurie Campbell, acting planned by Jordan Hall. Mrs. Law- Sigma Phi Epsilon's informal radio
director of the physical education de- rence Morley, house director, will act dance will be chaperoned by Prof.
partment, and Miss Marie Hartwig, as chaperon. and Mrs. Z. C. Dickinson and Prof.
instructor in the department. Phi Beta Delta's informal radio and Mrs. L. N. Holland.

Indeed a most economical way of
adding to one's spring wardrobe is
to transform a winter dress by the
addition of a roman-striped silk
bolero and sash.
Education Seniors
To SponSor Mixer

Seniors of the School of Educa- _---------
tion will give a mixer from 8 to 10
p.m. Wednesday at the Women's Ath- Mortar Board I-oinors
letic Building, it was announced yes- 14 Sophomores Today
teda byh~lmn~ res Tp qq.dayn .

eral chairmainAs material is assembled into c
eral chairman. Mortar Board, women's senior hon- sumes there remains the assura
Bill Frazier and his Swing King; orary society, will hold a "Smarty that monotony shall be "out of
will play for the affair, and refresh- Party" for 14 sophomore women with picture" and that action shall to
ments will be served. Druker said high scholastic averages at 1 p.m. to- place in an atmosphere made liv
that anyone taking any courses in the day in the League, and gay by brilliant costuming.
education school is invited to attend. Prof. Howard Y. McCluskey of the
Those who will assist Druker with I education school will speak at the
the dance arrangements are James luncheon. Dean Alice C. Lloyd and PLEDGING IS ANNOUNCED
B. Smith, '38D, Dorothy Gardiner, Miss Marie Hartwig of the women's Phi Sigma Sigma announces I
'38Ed, Mary Jeannette Lindsay, physical education department will pledging of Madeline Marcus, '41,
'38Ed, and Lenore Corn, '38Ed. also attend. Highland Park, New Jersey.

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Because of It's Highly Personalized Nature
JEWELRY IS THE IDEAL GIFT.
At the Arcade' jewelry Shop you will find a Complete Selection
of Bug Jewelry, Spring Pastel Shades, Lapel Pins, Animal Jewelry,
and many other gifts that she'll be sure to Appreciate - - -

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THESE LITTLE SUITS are as young
and charming as Spring itself. You'll
wear one now with colorful acces-
sories and later with touches of white.
THE JACKET is a bright Shepherd
woolen with silver buttons - - - The
shirt,. dark companion-- color tweed.
It comes in combinations of Aqua-
tone and Brown- Cocoa with Green
and Cocoa- Copen with Blue and
Red- Navy with White and Red.
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of
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