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March 25, 1938 - Image 5

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Annual Architects


Henry Ruifrok
Heads Central
Results Of Design Contest
Will Determine Theme
Of Dance Decorations
The annual Architects Ball will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.
May 6 it was announced yesterday by
Henry Ruifiok, '38A. general chair-
Other members of the central com-
mittee were also made known. Co-
chairmen of the decorations commit-
tee are, Dorothy Barrett, '39A, and
Ralph Radson, '38A. The music com-
mittee is headed by John Van Der
Meulin, '38A and Jean McConkey,
'38A is in charge of the publicity.
Jean Steere To Head Finances
Jean Steere, '38A, is chairman of
finances ,and Jean Smith, '40A, will
head the program committee. Bruce
Elliott, '40A is in charge of the floor
The ticket chairman will be James
Mitchell, '38A. George Sprau, '38A
has been selected as entertainment
chairman. The patrons committee
is headed by Virginia Carr, '38A.
A contest is being held in the Ar-
chitectural School to determine the
theme for the dance, Miss McConkey
announced. Today and tomorrow stu-
dents will submit ideas for decora-
tions as part of their regular de-
sign problems. The best of these
will be chosen.
Orchestra To Be Named
The dance is to be a masquerade
ball. The place at which it will be
held and the name of the orchestra
will be announced later
Last year Les Arquette played for
the dance; which was held in the Ar-
chitectural Building. The decorations
and entertainment were built around
the theme of a Roman Holiday.
Prof. Myron Chapman, dressed as a
Viking warrior, won the faculty 'cos-
tume prize. Robert May, '37A, a
Roman soldier r and his guest Betty
Hopkins, '38A, were chosen as the
best-dressed couple at the ball.
$500 Award
Is Announced
Lucy E 11 i o t Fellowship
Open For Applications
The Lucy Elliott Fellowship of $500
will again be available during the
academic year, 1938-39, it was an-
nounced by the Alumnae Council yes-
The $500 fellowship is open to any
woman with a bachelor's degree who
wishes to continue her work in the
graduate field. It is awarded on the
basis of scholarship and achievement
and is not limited to graduates of the
The award may be granted to a
Michigan graduate for study on any
campus she chooses, or to a graduate
of another- college or university for
study at Michigan. Inquiries con-
cerning it should be made at the of-
fice of the Dean of Women. All ap-
plicat ons should be in before April


ool Of Business Admi
To Spotsor Capitalist

Iphigenia, Agoracreta And Antigone

is rTpanish Fiesta To Begin 'High Tor at 10 a.m. Monday at the theatre box
Tickets will be priced at 35. 50 and
- Patrons Nam edc k t aey 5cents. Prof. Valentine B.Wind
B all Ton i t Tfo'i drector, announced that tickets for
Tickets for "High Tr," majorpro-'the Wednesday.and Thursday perfor-
Entertainment Include cduction of the 1937-38 Play Produc- mances are now available.
Emery Deutsch, C. Shelly Dramua, Specialty Dane,( I tion series, to be presented March # The box office will be oper from
7. -30, 31, April 1 and 2 in the Lydia 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily under the
Will Be Diner Guests Patrons for the Spanish Fiesta, to Mendelssohn Theatre, will go on sale charge of Mrs. Walter Walz.
Of Lambda Cli Alpha be held from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow in the League Ballroom, were
g The third annual CapitalitsBalannouncea by William T. Scott, The Department of Physical Education
given by the School of Business Ad- G'do h xctv bad
miitain ilb edfo ~gGrad., of the executive oard. for Women presents
mirnistration, will be held from 9 p.m.'P
to 1 a.m. today in the Union Ball- The list includes Dean Russel W.AAAn A C G
room. ; Bunting. Dean A. C. Furstenberg, MARTHA GRAHAM and. DAN4~GROUP
A dinner at the Lambda Chi Alpha Dean Walter B. Rea, Dean Alice C.
house preceding the dAnce will honor Lloyd, Prof. J. H. Muyskins, Rev. HMonday March 28th
Chester Shelly, '39BAd, who is coop- P. Marley, of the Unitarian Church, Ann Arbor High School Auditorium
erating as co-chairman with James Prof. Julio del Toro, Prof. Robert
McCollum, '38BAd, and his guest, Angell, Prof. Harold J. McFarlan and Tickets at Wahr's and Barbour Gymnasium
I Margaret Neafie, '40. Dr. John Sundwall.
Deutsch To Fly From New York, Chaperons for the Fiesta will b 50c - 75 - $1 .00 - $1.50
Emery Deutsch and his orchestra Prof. Shirley W. Allen and Prof.
are flying out from the Rainbow Jose M. Albaladejo.

Room, Radio City, New York to play An, excerpt from Valentine Ka-
for the dance. Mr. Deutsch is noted ' taev's play, "Path of Flowers" will
as a violinist and composer, having be presented by Ellen Rothblatt, '3
written "Stardust on the Moon;" Edward Jurist, '38, and Morlye Baer,
"When a Gypsy Makes His Violin Grad. Senor and Senora Manuel Rosa,
Cry," and other pieces. Mr. Deutsch two Spanish dancers from Detroit,
will also be present at the Lambda will do a specialty number.
Chi Alpha dinner.

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Rebecca' Bursley, Marcia Connell and Marian Baxter are appearing
as Iphigenia, Agoracreta and Antigone of the royal family of Boeotia
in the 1938 Junior Girls' Flay, "The Mulberry Bush," now playing.
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Dance Patrons
Are Announced
Recital To Be Sponsored I
By Physical Education
Department March 28
Patrons for the Martha Graham
dance recital, which will be held at
8:30 p.m. Monday in Ann Arbor High
School, were announced yesterday by
the women's physical education de-
partment, which is sponsoring thb af.f
Dean Henry Anderson, Dean and
Mrs. James B. Edmonson and Dean
Alice Lloyd head the list. Prof. and
Mrs. Ralph Aigler, Prof. Bruce Don-
aldson, Prof. and Mrs. Floyd A. Fire-
stone, Prof. and Mrs. Warren E.
Forsythe are also included.
Prof. Juva N. Higbie, Prof. and
Mrs. Edgar G. Johnston, Prof. and
Mrs. Elmer Mitchell, Prof. and Mrs.
Earl Moore, Prof. and Mrs. DeWitt
Parker, Prof. Valentine Windt and
'Prof. and Mrs. Fielding Yost are on
the list.
Miss Eileen Donohue, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Haisley, Mr. and Mrs. Parish
Lovejoy and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Maier
will also act in the capacity of pa-
This is the second time that Miss
3raham has appeared in Ann Arbor,
or she was here in Blanch Yurka's
Electra" several years ago. However
this time the dancer brings with her
a group of 12 to dance with her.
Miss Graham has appeared with
the Philadelphia and Cleveland Sym-
phony Orchestras, the former under
the direction of Leopold Stokowski.

Nine Affairs To Be
On Social Schedule
Of Houses Tonighti
Four formal dances and two formal
dinners are among the dances sched-
uledfor tonight.
Alpha Sigma Phi is holding its in-
itiation formal, and chaperones will
be Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Bascom and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Baker. Chi Phi in-
itiation dance will have as it chap-
erons Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morgan
and Mr. and Mrs. George Andros.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cramer will
chaperon Delta Sigma Phi's formal
dinner before Capitalist Ball, and
chaperones for Lambda Chi Alpha's
dinnerowill be Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Pryce and Mr. and Mrs. William
Phi Sigma Delta's initiation for-
mal will have as its chaperone Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Auslander and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Sparr. Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hut-
zel, and Mrs. Harry Mott will chap-
erone at Phi Kappa Sigma's infor-
mal radio dance.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Mandeburg and
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Jay will chaper-
one Pi Lambda Phi's initiation for-
mal, and at Sigma Alpha Epsilon'.
informal radio dance will be Mr. and
Mrs. Walter -Gibson and Dr. and
Mrs. Jack Nolan.
Chaperones for Triangle's pledge
formal will be Dr. and Mrs. Clarence.
Siebert and Prof. and Mrs. Waltei

The theme of the ball is "business."
Paul Simpson, '39BAd, and Donald Assembly Interviewing
Dunnabeck, '38BAd, of the floor com- Ends Toda-' At Leaue
mittee have announced that ticker
tape, stock market quotations, and Interviewing for offices in Assemb-
red ink will decorate the ballroom. ly will continue from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
A Few Tickets Are Available day in the Undergraduate Office of
There are a very few tickets avail- the League.
able at the Union desk, according to tHelengues
John Doelle, '38BAd, and Hugh Hay- Helen Jesperson, '38, presiden of
ward, '39BAd, of the ticket commit- the organization, said that every non-
tee. They are priced at two dollars affiliated woman who petitioned and
per couple and the sale is open to all has not yet been interviewed should
students on campus. come today as there will be no further
studntson cmpu. ;interviewing.
Other committeemen working on terviw _ng
the dance include Jay Troxel, '39BAd,
and Robert Halsted, '38BAd, on the
music committee and William Shaw.
'38BAd, and Julian Goodman. '39BAd, TO DA
in charge of publicity.
Corsages for all but committeemen
and their guests are banned.
400 Students -Goodyear's on
in women's and
AttendSecndExtraordinary Va
No ap
Canpus mixer NoA

Y -Goodyear's March
ce-a-month clearance of odd and broken size lots
d children's apparel and things for the home.
lues at these drastically reduced prices-

More than 400 students attended
he second All-Campus Tea Dance
yesterday in the League Ballroom.
Dancing started with a grand march,
and group dances, including a Paul
Tones were featured.
Sally Mustard, '39A; and Walter
Kline, '38, were dancing to the music;
)f Charlie Zwick's orchestra, as were
) axine Baribpau, '40, and Robert
Bower, '40. Charles Frost, '40 and
!ueben Frost, '40, were both in the
:tag line and Barbara Talcott, '39A
vas seen sporting a corsage she re-
'eived at J.G.P.
Marian Dailey, '38, and Barton
Myers, '40E, were making their way
through the crowd, as were Betty
Jane Swift, '41 and Barbara Johnson,
38. Barbara Bale. '38,

Spring frocks that came in rather early in the season. Heavy
sheers, crepes, and bright prints that are desirable from now
until summer. Bolero frocks . . . tailored street dresses . .
and afternoon types. Values to 29.75.
Misses' and Women's Sizes, Half Sizes and Junior Sizes
Pastels and Navy and Black


27 formals in taffeta, net, chiffon, crepe, and satin . . . also
several dinners gowns in the group. Some of the formals
have jackets. White, light, and darker shades. Misses' and
Women's sizes. Values to 39.75.


Wear the right skirt
every jackel!


the more the merrier ! .
blend ! mix ! match
with skirts !
Three schools of thought this
season! "Blenders," Mixers,"
"Matchers." Smart women will
take all three tricks neatly and
inexpensively with 2 jackets
and 1 skirt or vice versa.
Sizes 12 to 18
from $2.95



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