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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1938

T H E MICHI G A N DA ItLI

Spanish Fiesta

Will Be Given Tonight

Will Contribute
For Purchase
Of Ambulance
Entertainment To Include
Skit, Spanish Dance And
Selections From Violin
The Spanish Fiesta will be present-
ed from 9 p.m. to midnight today in
the League Ballroom. A floorshow,
exhibition and refreshments will be
included on -the program.
The Fiesta is being sponsored by
various organizations in Ann Arbor
under the direction of William T.
Scott, Grad., to raise money for the
purchase of an ambulance to send to
Loyalist Spain. The ambulance will
be bought jointly by 16 midwestern
universities.
Entertainment Offers Variety
Entertainment for the dance will
include a skit from Valentine Kat-
aev's play, "Path of Fylowers." In-
cluded in the cast will be Ellen Roth-
blatt, '39, Edward Jurist, '38, Morlye
Baer, Grad. Senor and Senora Man-
uel Rosa from Detroit will do a
Spanish dance, and George Finch,
'38M, will give several violin selec-
tions accompanied at the piano by
PaulineSlavin, '39SM.
An exhibition of Spanish art will
he shown from 2 to 5 p.m. and dur-
ing the Fiesta in the Grand Rapids
Rooni. Water colors, oil ,paintings
and prints will be exhibited. These
have been lent by various members of
the Spanish department. A charge
of 10 cents will be made to those at-
tending the exhibition and not the
Fiesta.,
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
play for the dance, and decorations
will consist of Spanish murals creat-
ed by art students. Tickets for the
Fiesta are priced at $1.25 a couple and
$1 stag.
Committees Named
Other members of the central com-
mittee include Lillian Politzer, '38,
decorations; Ruth Horland, '39, en-
tertainment, Robert Kahn, '39, tick-
ets; Louis Schaul, '38, publicity; and
Ruth Wellington, '41, patrons. Chap-
erons for the Fiesta will be Prof.
Shirley W. Allen and Prof. Jose M.
Albaladejo.
The Fiesta is being sponsored by
the Progressive Club, the Ann Arbor
Committee to Aid Spain, the Annl
Arbor Committee to Aid China, the
American League for Peace and De-
mocracy, the Liberal Students Union,
Unity Hall Board and Rochdae, So-
cialist and Girl's Cooperative Houses.
To Hold Eight
Dances Tonight
Informal Radio Parties Are
Given Preference
Eight dances, most of which are in-
formal, are planned for tonight.
Alpha Lambda, Chinese fraternity,
is giving a tea dance which will be
chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs. Yuen
Zang Chang and Dr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice McGarvey.
Prof. and Mrs. Clarence F. Kessler
and Prof. and Mrs. Lewis N. Holland
will chaperon the Alpha Tau Omega
informal radio dance. A blanket in-
vitation has been extended to the
Delta Upsilon house.
Bill Sleytler and his Campus Cav-
aliers will provide the music for Delta
Tau Delta's initiation formal. Major
and Mrs. R. E. Hardy and Mr. and
Mrs. John K. Worley will chaperon.
Chaperons for the Delta Upsilon
informal dance will be Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Spooner and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert G. Baker. Bill McKay's orches-
tra will play.

Phi Epsilon Pi is planning an in-
formal radio dance. Mr. and Mrs.
Shirrel Kasle of Toledo and Dr. and
Mrs. Edgar A. Kahn of Ann Arbor
will chaperon.
Chaperons for Phi Sigma Sigma's
semi-formal pledge dance will be
Mrs. L. Davies, Prof. and Mrs. H.
Hootkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Freedman.
An informal radio dance is being
given by Theta Kappa Psi. Dr. and
Mrs. B. M. Harris and Dr. and Mrs.
C. W. Pillsbury will chaperon.
Theta Xi's informal radio dance
will be chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs.
Henry M. Kendall and Mrs. Frank
Becherer of Westfield, N.J.
Approximately twenty guests are
expected for dinner tomorrow by the
members of Trigon.

To Participate In Dance Recital MondayI
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300 Cou ples

Pledgings, initiationsA nd Installations

Attend Annual Dominate
Capitalist Ball
Pledgings, initiations and installa-
Emery Deutsch Furnished tion of officers dominate the frater-
Music For Dance; Held nity news this week.
Acacia,
In The Union Ballrooi Acacia Fraternity announces the
initiation of the following: John
More than 300 couples danced to 1 Paup, '41L; John Durr; '41L, William
Emery Deutsch's music at the third Seeder, '41E, and Douglas Jeffrey,
annual Capitalist Ball held from 9 '41E.
p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterday in the Union The following officers were recent-
Ballroom. ly initiated: Prank. McDonald, '39L,
. Chester Shelly, '39BAd, co-chair- president; Vernon Poest, '39E, vice-
man of the ball, attended the dance president; Jack Green, '39L, secre-
with Margaret Neafie, '40, who wore tary and treasurer, and Richard Com-
a blue moire taffeta formal trimmed ens. '40L, social chairman.
with rose pleating. Janet Davis of Alpha Chi Omega
Detroit was the guest of James Mc-
Collum, '38BAd, the other co-chair- .Alpha Chi Omega announces the
m tinitiation of the following: Peggy
man. Pulte, '39; Billy Schroeder, '41; Betty
Dorothy Rice, '40A, the guest of Rouse, '40; Ann Wehner, '41; Shirley
Hugh Hayward, '39BAd, of the ticket Todt, '41; Dorothy Rogers, '39; Gwlen-
committee, wore an aquamarine moire dlyr' Dunlop, '40; Jane Wilson, '41;
full skirted formal with a fitted bo- Lonna Parker, '41; Louann Perry, '41;
dice. The guest of John Doelle, Barbara Fischer, '41; Mary Baldwin,
'38BAd, also of the ticket committee, '41; Mary Lou Mills, '41; and Mary
was Catherine Sanders of Ann Arbor. Jane Kronner, '40.
Jane Dunbar, '40, attended with Alpha Delta Pi
Robert Halsted, '38BAd, of the music Mrs. Hugh Wellman, of Ann Arbor,
committee, in a rose colored moire National Director of the Mother's
formal cut into a deep V in front. Club of Alpha Delta Pi, was the spe-
EloiseHurst'38,was cial guest at a formal dinner honoring
Jay Troxel, '39BAd, also 'of the mu- Deans Alice Lloyd, Jeannette Perry,
sic committee.
Julian Goodman, '39BAd, and Wil- lYi Bacher, and Martha Ray. j
liam Shaw, '38BAd, of the publicity Alpha ChgSigma
committee appeared with Helene Alpha Chi Sigma announces the
Deutsch and Jane Peterson. '41, re- election of the following officers: Ve-

Fraternity News This Week

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Martha Graham a leading interpreter of the modern dance, and
her company of 12 will perform at 8:30 p.m. Monday night in the
Pattengill Auditorium of Ann Arbor High School. The Recital is being
sponsored by the department of Physical Education for women. The
music is written by the composers who have seen the dance and fit
the music to the rhythmic pattern and moods of the various move-
ments. The costumes also were designed on this same principle.
Martha Graham Style Of Dance
Desit ned To A.rouse Emtotionsi

Parental Objections Stood
In Way Of Stage Career;
Evolved Own Technique
Martha Graham, who will appear
here Monday with her dance group,.
started her career at the age of two
when she slipped out of the pew dur-
ing a church service and danced sol-
emnly down the aisle to the strains of
the offertory music.
However due to parental objections
Miss Graham was forced to confine
1 her efforts to the kitchen until she
was 16. Then after seeing Ruth St.
Dennis dance she dared defy her
father and went to Los Angeles to
study for six weeks with Miss St.
Dennis.
Member Of Denishawn School
In 1919 Miss Graham became a
member of the Denishawn School
where she danced and taught. She
then went to the Eastman School of
Music in Rochester, N.Y. where she
taught for some time. However at
this time she broke away from the
Denishawn company and began to
evolve her own technique.
The aim of Miss Graham's dance is
not so much to entertain the spectator
as to move him emotionally and lead;
him to realize his own potentialities.
She believes that the difference be-
tween the artist and the non-artist
is in a greater capacity for feeling
and that the artist can objectify and
make apparent the feelings everyonel
has.

staging are directed by the dancer

and they are of great importance in, spectively. Miss Deutsch wore a
treating the desired effect. Most of gold net formal with a tight bodice
the music Miss Graham uses has and full skirt, while Miss Peterson
been written especially for her and wore a navy blue gown trimmed in
written on the pattern of the dance, pink,
which she has already completed. For Paul Simpson, '38BAd, of the floor
this reason one finds only the music committee attended the ball with
of modern composers on her pro- Barbara Hanna, '37. Miss Hanna
gram, was wearing a printed satin formal.
The dancer designs her own cos- Donald Dunnabeck, '39BAd, also of
tumes. The color combinations, ma- the floor committee, brought Betty
terial and designs are all devised to ( Anne Carpenter of Detroit as his
fit in with the mood of the dance. guest.
Practices Long Hours _----

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quietly as she has little time for so-
cial engagements because of the long
hours she spends performing, prac-
ticing and teaching. However she
likes the theatre and motion pictures.
And on the screen she particularly
admires Fred Astaire.
This will be Miss Graham's second
appearance in Ann Arbor. She took
part in "Electra" with Blanche Yurka
in one of the recent Dramatic Sea-
sons.
Dance Will onor
Alunini In Detroit
The first of a series of affairs de-
signed to bring Michigan alumni
closer together will be a dance, "The
Spring Swing and Shuffle," to be held
Saturday, April 9, at the Hermit Club
in Detroit.
The affair, which will be limited
to 150 couples, will feature a Mich-
igan "swing" led by W. W. Spangle.
For those who desire to' play, there
will be tables of bridge on the bal-
cony overlooking the dance floor.
Proceeds from the dance will be
used to increase the Michigan scho-
larship fund.

Fifth Of Sunday
Night. Suppers
Will Be Given
Congress and the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents will be the sponsors for the
fifth Sunday Night Supper, to be held
at 6 p.m. Sunday in the League Ball-
room. Betty Notley, '39, is general
chairman for the affair.
A new seating arrangement will be
initiated at the supper, Miss Notley
said. There will be a long table for
each of the ten districts of Con-
gress, one for each of the eight zones
of Assembly and two for women living
in dormitories.
Part of the entertainment program
j of the supper will be the solving of
jig saw puzzles of the various districts
of Congress, according to William
Rockwell, '41, entertainment chair-
man. Another feature of the enter-
tainment will be a forum discussion,
the subject of which will be "Per-
sonality Attributes."
Admission for the supper. is 35
cents. Ticket reservations should be
made before noon today at the League

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Costumes Are Important
Costumes, music and lighting ef-
fects -all enter in to give the general
effect. The unusual lighting and
Honorary Sorority
To Initiate Students
In preparing for the 1938 initiation
of honor students into Alpha Lambda
Delta an attempt is being made to
compile a list of the names of the
girls who' pulled their average up to
the 2.45 required for initiation dur-
ing the second semester of last year.
The initiation will take place in
approximately a month. At that
time freshmen women who attained
a 2.45 average last semester will be
initiated, and in addition those soph-
omores who pulled their averages up
the second semester. The schools
from which the group is being drawn
are Literature Science, and the Arts,
Architecture, Music, and Physical
Education.
Former Dental Student
Was Married Yesterday
Emma Greenbaum, Grad., daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Greenbaum,
of Ann Arbor, was married yesterday
to Harold Sills of New York. Mr.
Sills is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sillichonik of Montreal, Canada.
The bride is a graduate of the
University dental* school and Mr.
Sills received .his degree from the
University of New York. The couple
are taking a cruise to Havana and
Massau.

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