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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

cRococo

Revels' Will

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Annuai Architects

Campus Ticket
Sale Will Begin
After Vaaction.
Masquerade Will Be Held
In Armory; Orchestra
To Be Announced Later
"Rococo Revels" will be the theme
of the 1938 Architects Ball to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 6,
in the "Armory, it was announced by
Dorothy Barrett; '39A, and Ralph
Radson, '38A, co-chairmen of decora-
tions.
The theme was selected from de-
signs entered by Ilo Mae Browns.
'39A, and Charles Campbell, '39, and
was' chosen because of the frivolous
atmosphere it suggests and the variety
of costumes possible with such a
theme.
To Be All-Campus Dance
The dance, unlike last year, will be
an all-campus masquerade dance,
and tickets will be priced at $2.50 a
couple. They will go on sale after
Spring Vacation.
"The theme suggests a wide variety'
of costumes and with the ideas pre-
sented by the two competitors, the
decorations should surpass any of the
previous Architects Balls," Prof.
Ralph W. Hammet, one of the judges
of the designs entered, said.
Miss Barrett said that the walls
of the Armory, where the dance will
be held, will be completely covered
with decorations, and that a carefree
spirit and lack of formality would
prevail at the dance.
To Offer Costume Prizes
Prizes will be offered at the dance
for the best costumes. Last year,
Prof. Myron Chapman, dressed as a
Viking warrior, won the faculty cos-
tume prize. Robert May, '37A, a Ro-
man soldier and his guest, Betty Hop-
kins, '38A, were chosen as the best-
S dressed couple at the ball.
The name of the orchestra which
will play'for the'dance will be an-
nounced later. Last year Les Arquette
played for the dance which was held
in the Architectural Building.
Mortar Board
HQlds Election'

Silhouette For Spring

Ionor Sorority
To Hold Forum
TI'etu Sigma Phui lo hear
Speakers At Meeting
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
01 ary professional journalistic fra-
ternity for women, will hold a sympo-
sium at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April
20, in the Grand Rapids Room of l
the League.I
Ms. Mary S. Prior, an alumna of
Theta Sigma Phi from the University
of Missouri, will be the principalI
speaker. Mrs. Prior recently made
her way around the world solely by
writing for various newspapers. She
will tell of her experiences and dis-
cuss the possibilities for women inj
journalism. The journalistic fields of
dcpartment store advertising and'
radio will also be discussed.
Betty Strickroot, '38, president, has.
charge of the meeting and will in-f
troduce the speakers. Mary Elliott,
'38, is program chairman. Miss Emily
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New Judiciary Head

Initiations, Pledgings, And Elections
OfOfficers Held By Chapter Houses
Many initiations, pledgings, and an Gamia Phi Beta ed the fraternity conclave in St. Louis
election of officers have been recently Gamma Phi Beta announces the last week-end.
'announced by sororities and fratlerni- pledging of Mary Vonderheidt, '41 of Phi Sigma Kappa
Alpha Epsilon Phi River Forest, Iy1 VPhi Sigma Kappa announces the
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Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the Kappa Delta
pledging of Norma Kaphan, '41, Far 1 Kappa Delta sorority recently elect-
Rockaway, N.Y. ed officers for the next year. Ruth
Alpha Omicron 1i Chatard, '40, is the new president,
Alpha Omicron Pi announces theIRoberta Meyer, '40, vice-president,
linstallation of the following officers:Susan Kerr, '40, ,secretary, Dorothy
Hins t t i on the '39, or es : M aul, '39, treasurer, Frances Carlisle,
Henrietta Simpson, '3,-president; '40, assistant treasurer, Margaret
Phyllis Sroggics39,tvice-resident
JhylnnsGomn, 49,vtre-sures;dBeu-Woodruff, '41SM, editor and Mary
Jeanne Gomron, '40, treasurer; Bu Loughborough, '39, rushing chairman.
lah Downs, '39, rushing chairman.gg
Leigh Burleson, '40, social chairman. Kappa Nu
The sorority also announces the Kappa Nu announces the initia-
pledging of Frances Roseboom, '40of tion of the following: Abraham Ber-
Anng ofr ' kowitz, '41, Norman Ginsburg, '41,
William Kramer, '41, Maxwell Lerner,
Alpha Tau Omega '41, Daniel Schnitt, '41, Sidney
Alpha Taun Omega announces the Steinhardt, '41, and Sidney Wagner,
pledging of Glen Kendall, '41, of '41
Birmingham and WillinNa Hndlos !r _-

pleging ofroamuel Rutan, 41Eof
Orange Grove', "Calif., and George

SYBIL SWARTOUT
Miss Svaitout has been recently
tr ,ainted 'Bead of the League Ju-
diciary Council. She is a member of

Gr.im es w ii drive the speaKers out K A+:ila1a Alpha I TI heIta and has been Lle Iigmaaa y 2V:3 p m. ,
from Detroit. I ,rminent in campus activities. '41 of Detroit. Kappa Sigma announces the initia- Iat 12:0 pm
Chi Phi tion of Jerome Earley 38,oMelvin
New Fitted O r Sw ao eE Coats Chi Phi announces the initiation tions, '41E, Robert Morrison, '41E,
of the following: Fred J. Borchard, and Charles Thompson, '41.
'39; Robert Campbell, '41E; Benjamin Lambda Chii Alphaso
gSpri g C l rs Murphy, '41; Robert Ellis, '40; Louis Lambda Cli Alpha announces the
Frick,'41E; Walter Klein, '39; John initiation of the following: Edmund
Springy" is the wrd for thet '39; Robert Morse, '41E Don- Andronik, '38, Herbert Carlson, '38EC
Spig"i h odfrtenew-I type of coat, navy blue is still a great ald Nixon, '40; Richard Peckinpaugh', Charles Newman, '40E, Fern Bario
est crop of this season's lightweight favorite, One has a silk cord around '41; Donald Ritchie, '41; Charles I rle '4E an C0Es, Fern Bar-
'4;honldRtniee'1,Caresnett, '40E; James Colenso, '39, Frank T
coats. They come in glorious pastel the neck, and a thin belt. Coronation I Wadi, '41; and William Wittliff, '41E. Bussard, '40, Don Car '41, Alexan- N
shades, are either fitted or swagger blue in a fitted style with reefers and Collegiate Sorosis der Elliott '41, Lawrence Handren
models and are exceptionally well-. a bright silk scarf is also attractive Collegiate Sorosis announces the in- '41, Jay McCormick, '41, Robert Pra-
tailored. The light-colored coats with the itiation of Beverly Bracken, '41, Caro- sil, '41 and Don Ryker, '41E.
For campus wear, the smartest and fur trim are still very much in de- lyn Coller, '41 Jean Donaldson, '41,hiDGet our ent
most practical coat is the natural mand. These come in light shades Louise Haskell, '41SM, MargaretP Be 'VAC
camels hair made in short swagger of blue, rose and yellow and are Hubeas'4, E41SMt rgaret Wilber Alderman, 38, Arthur Co- VN
style. One Ann Arbor store features trimmed with lynx,, fox or wolf. '4r1, Emily Sanderson, '41 Ann Ved- hen,'38, Irving Levine, '39 and Irving
a coat of this type, which has large - ------ der, '41, Barbara Wheat, '41 and Bauer, '39, of Phi Beta Delta attend-
reefers and is perfect for casual wear.+ Mary Ellen Eheller, '41.
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Everyone has heard of the pencil
silhouette for Spring and here is
one of the more attractive adapta-
tions of the present style. The
pencil stripe adds to the effect and
the smart hat gives the finishing
touch to this up-to-the-minute out-
fit. Note the broad shoulder line
which is good again this year.

Jenny Petersen
President Of

Chosen
Society

Jenny Petersen, '39, was elected
president of Mortar Board, national
honorary society, yesterday at the
first meeting of the newly initiated
members.
Other officers are, Virginia Voor-
hees, '39, vice-president; Marian Bax-
ter, '39, secretary; Mary Alice Mac-,
Kenzie, '39, treasurer; and Grace Wil-
son, '39, historian.
Miss Petersen was general chair-
man of Freshman Project in her
freshman year. She has been a mem-
ber of the 'Daily editorial staff for
three years and is a member of the
League social committee. She will re-
place Betty Gatward, '38, 'who was
president of the society last year.
Former Students'
Engagement Told
The engagement of Janet Louise
Allen, '33, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Frederick Allen of Chesaning, and Dr.
Charles D. Hershey, of the University
hospital staff, was announced re-
cently at a luncheon at the League.
Miss Allen is affiliated with Kappa
Kappa Gamma. She is now secre-
tary in the traffic and transportation
department of Jensen, Bowen and
Farrell, engineers. Dr. Hershey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hershey
of Findlay, O., is a graduate of the
medical school of the University. He
is a member of Delta Tau Delta and
Nu Sigma Nu, medical fraternity.
Union To Hold Special
Student Dance Tonight
A special dance will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight at the
Union. A charge of 40 cents per per-
son will be the price set for the
dance, instead of the usual price of
one' dollar per couple.
Bob Steinle and his Orchestra will
play. This dance is being given es-
pecially for students remaining here
for the week-end or over vacation.
Speech Sorority Initiates
Members At Ceremony
Zeta Phi Eta, national honorary
speech sorority held its initiation cer-
emonies recently at the league.
The girls initiated into membership
were Mildred MacArthur, '39, Mary
Jane Shields, '38, Dorothy Cloudman,

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Ann Arbor Women
To MeetApril 15
Mrs. B. A. deVere Bailey, chair-
man of the division of fine arts of
the Ann Arbor Women's Club will
give the concluding talk in a series
of five on the history of textiles be-
fore the club members at 2:30 p.m.
Friday, April 15, at the League.
"Oriental textiles and tapestries"
is the subject of Mrs. Bailey's talk.
Colorful weaves from Persia, India,
Japan and China will be discussed
and examples from Mrs. Bailey's col-
lection of brocades and embroideries
including an imperial wall-hanging
from the palace of the last Manchu
emperor of China will be shown.

Another natural lightLweight coat IS of
the wrap-around style and has floppy
reefers and a belt.
Tan Tweeds Are Shown
Tweeds are ever popular. For
spring wear, the light tans and beiges
predominate. One stunning model
comes in a beige-yellow tweed and is
fitted. Tweeds of blues, greens and
reds are being worn a great deal.
If one is looking for a very light
coat, the new collarless styles are
most practical. Some of them are
made with short, three-quarter
sleeves. Box coats with front pleats
are creating a new style. A powder
blue coat made in swagger style with
rows of stitching around the neck-
line and sleeves, is being featured.
Coats similar to this one are also
shown in pink, rose and raspberry
shades.
Ming-Blue Is New Style
One of the loveliest of the new
shades for spring coats is ming-blue.
A local store is showing a coat of this
color with chiffon scarves of con-
trasting blue shades and a narrow
dark blue belt. There is also a hedge-

z,%uuenis To0 HeI
By Clevelanid

Cleveland Alumnae Association of
University of Michigan Women will
hold a tea honoring women studentss
'from Cleveland and suburban dis-
tricts tomorrow at the home of Miss
Helene Gram, 1238 Marlowe Avenue,
Lakewood, Ohio.
Among thbse who will assist Miss
Grain will be Mrs. E. R. Price, Miss
Lucretia 'Hunter, president of the
group, Miss Edith Fite, and Miss
Jane Folsom, secretary. There are
more than 60 Cleveland women at-
tending school here at present.
GAMMA P Il BETA
Ganma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Mary Vonderheidt, '41.

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Delta Sigma Phi
Delta Sigma Phi announces the
initiation of the following: Richard
Babcock, '40; George Bowden, '38;
Robert Casey, '39; Byron Harris, '39;
and Robert Jackman, '39BAd.

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GAMMA PHI BETA rose reefer coat which would make a
Gamma Phi Beta announces the colorful addition to any college wom-
pledging of Mary Vonderheidt, '41 of an's wardrobe.
River Forest, Ill. For those who want the dressier

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