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D1AY, APBM 2TH, 193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Hillel Will Give
Seventh Annual
FlingSaturday
Committees AndChaperons
Are Named; Dorothy
Arnold Is Chairman
The seventh annual Hillel spring
dance, the Spring Fling, will be held
Saturday night at Palmer Field
House according to a special edition
of the Hillel News released yesterday
Bill Sawyer's orchestra will play and
more than 100 couples are expected
to attend.
Dorothy Arnold, '39, chairman of
the dance has announced that she
will be assisted by Phyllis Melnick,
'39 as assistant chairman. Committees
also have, been appointed. Marcia
Sharfman, '39, Charlotte Rosenthal,
'41; Alice Seltzer, '41, Myron Daniels,
'40, Nina Gradis, '41, Peter K. Morse,
'40, are members of the planning
committee and Israel Rand, '39, Jess
Drogin, '38, Morton Jampel, '40, and
Theodore Leibovitz, '40, are in charge
of publicity.
. The ticket committee is made up
of Judith Frank, '40, Betty Lipton,
'39, Selma Chibnik, '40, Robert Platt,
'39, Maurice Simon, '39, Nathan Gar-
vin, '40L and Jean Tenofsky, '$1. The
art committees, composed of Leona
Siff, '40, Harriet Podolsky,'38A, Ma-
zie Saltmnan, '3, Robert Marx, '40A,'
and Miriam Kaufman, '41. Lois Col-
man, 40 and Zelda Davis, '40, are in
charge of chaperones and Herman
Epstein, '41, and Arthur Katz, '41,
are on the ,house committee.
Dr. Bernard Heller, director of the
Foundation and Mr. and Mrs. Zwerd-f
ling will act as chaperons and thel
patrons will be Dr. and Mrs. I. L.
Sharfman, Prof. and Mrs. E. A. Kahn,
Prof. and Mrs. William Haber, Prof.
and Mrs. Jacob Sacks and Prof. and
Mrs. Raphael Isaacs.
General Ticket Sale
For A rchitects Ball
Will Open At Ui on
An open sale will be held at the
Michigarf Union and in the Archi-
tecture School of tickets for the an-
nual Architects Ball to be held from
9 p.i. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 6, in the
Armory, it was announced yesterday
by James Mitchell, '38A, chairman of
the ticket committee.
The theme of the ball, selected in
a contest among design classes in the
Architecture School, is "Rococo Rev-
els." The word "Rococo" is the
name applied to the frivolous, flam-
boyant period which. followed the1
Renaissance, according to Henry
Ruifrok, '38A, general chairman of
the dance.
Another contest is being held
among the design students to select1
a poster for publicity, according to
Jean McConkey, '38A, chairman of
publicity.

Star T2o Appear Here

ALINE MacMAHON
Miss MacMahon, Broadway stage
and motion picture actress, will
take the lead in, "The Ghost of
Yankee Doodle," first play to be
presented at the 1938 Dramatic
Season. The play will run a week
starting Monday, May 16, and con-
tinuing, through Saturday, May 21.
Spring Forest
Will Be Motif
For Log Dance
W.A.A. Building Will Be
Filled With Evergreens,
And Logging Pictures

Decorations for the second'
nual Log Drive Dance Friday at
W.A.A. Building have been
nounced by Orvel Schmi&f, '38F,d

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the
an-
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DebateContest
Second Round
Is Tomorrow
I1o First Round Debates
Will Take Place; Names
Of Debaters Are Given
Two first round debates and three
second round debates in the wom-
en's intramural contest will be held
at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Angell Hall.
Jane Elspass, '40, and Marion
Fleming, '40, Delta Delta Delta,
scheduled to uphold the affirmative
tomorrow against Maya Gruhzit, '41,
and Marjorie Forrestel '41, Betsy
Barbour, are winners by default.
Elizabeth Ann Emswiler, '40, and
Jane Sturtridge, '38, Kappa Delta,
negative, are also winners by default
in their first debate which was sched-
uled for tomorrow with Mildred Mac-
Arthur, '39, and Edna, Kandelin, '39,
Alpha Delta Pi.
To Take Affirmative
Kappa Delta lias switched to the
affirmative and will participate at
4:15 p.m. tomorrow in a practice de-
bate against Mary Rall, '39, and Jane
Krause, '41, first team for Delta Gam-
ma, who won their second debate by
default from Mary Tilk, '39Ed, and
Bernice Cohen, '39, Ann Arbor In-
dependents.
The schedule of the first round
debates to be held tomorrow is as fol-
lows: affirmative, Katherine Howell,
'41, and Margaret Triplet, '39Ed,
Martha Cook, vs. negative, Betty Ann
Cole, '40, and Ruth Coch, '39, Zeta
Tau Alpha, Room 2029 Angell Hall;
affirmative, Betty Steinhart, '40, and
Selma Chibnik, '40, Phi Sigma Sigma,
vs, negative, Clara Lee Keller, '41,
and Jean Tenofsky, '41, second team
for League House Independents,
Room 2013 Angell Hall.
Lists Second Round
The three second round debates
will be: affirmative, Eleanor Sevison,
'41, and Jean VanRaalte, '40, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, vs. negative, Edith:
Leveene, '41, and Mary Pattie, '41,
Jordan Hall, Room 1209 Angell Hall;
affirmative, Betty Keenan, '38, and
Katherine Steurnal, '38, Alpha Xi.
Delta, vs. negative, Margery Lee
Lehner, '39, and Phyllis Elder, '38Ed,
second team for Delta Gamma, Room'
2203 Angell Hall; affirmative, Jean
Tibbits, '40, and Barbara Newton, '41,
Gamma Phi Beta, vs. negative, Elia-
beth Allington, '40, and Nina Mc-..
Lellan, '40, Collegiate Sorosis, Room
1035 Angell Ha,
Fifth Tea D~ance
Is Tomnorrowj
Residents Of Jordan Hall
Will Act. As Hoseses
Jordan Hall residents will act as
hostesses for the fifth All-Campus
Tea Dance sponsored by Congress and
Assembly, which will be held from 4
to 6 p.m. tomorrow in the League
Ballroom.
Mrs. Mary Morley, social director
of Jordan Hall, will preside at the re-
freshment table. Fruit punch will be
served. The hostesses will be dis-
tinguished from other guest's by the
wearing of yellow hair-ribbons.
A carton of cigarettes will again
be presented to the man collecting
the greatest number of women's sig-
natures at the dance. There will al-
so be a prize of a box of candy
awarded to the women's residence
with the largest percentage of wom-
en present.
Women will be admitted free to the
dance but there will be a 25 cent
charge for men. Music will be fur-

nished by Charlie Zwick's orchestra.
DELTA DELTA DELTA

storic Williamsburg Is Topic Patrons Named Annual Banquet
Of Discussion By Sarah Rowe For Peace Ball Will Honor 24
By THELMA GRACE BROWN what is now the second oldest college Proceeds Are To Be Used / New I it iates
Historic Williamsburg, capital of in the United States, Wilam and For Peace Committee
Virginia when. that~ state stretched Mary.

out to include what is now West Vir-
ginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan,
is being preserved and rebuilt, ac-
cording to Miss Sarah Rowe, House
Director at Martha Cook Building
and native of Hapton, Va., who spoke
before a meeting yesterday at Harris
Hall.
"Williamsburg was not only the
seat of Virginia's government but al-
so the principal seat of its religion,
education, society, commerce and
fashion." Miss Rowe declared. In
1695 it was chosen as the site of
Delegates Leave
For Conference
In East Lansing
Intercollegiate Association
Of Women Students Will
Conduct Meeting Today
The new president and two former
officers of the League, and Dean Alice
C. Lloyd, and Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League, will at-
tend a conference of the central sec-
tion of the Intercollegiate Association
of Women Students tomorrow, Fri-
day and Saturday at Michigan State
College in East Lansing.
Jean Holland, '39, president of the
League, Hope Hartwig, '38, president
of the League last year and Angelene
Maliszewski, '38, head of Judiciary
Council last year will be the delegates
of the University at the meeting.
Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, of the
educational psychology department
will be present at the conference to
morrow and will speak at the lunch-
eon meeting on.the subject of "The
College Student Faces the Future."
Both Miss Hartwig and Miss Malis-
zewski will address meetings Friday,
Miss Hartwig discussing "Peace and
International Thought," and Miss
Maliszewski speaking on, "Indepen-
dent and Sorority Contacts and Bar-
riers."
More than 140 delegates from co-
educational and women's colleges are
expected to attend the conference ac-
cording to Miss Holland. Louise Lang-
don of Michigan State College is in
charge of arrangements.

Phi Beta Kappa Established
In 1776 the first chapter of Phi
Beta Kappa was fouhded at William
and Mary. It was more than 150
years later that John D. Rockefeller
visited Williamsburg to be present
at the dedication of the Phi Beta
Kappa Memorial Hall and conceived
the idea of a restoration of Colonial
Wiliamsburg, which had been par-
tially destroyed by fire. This res-
toration has been under way since
1927 at a cost of more than fifteen
million dollars, she said.
During the 10 years that the res-
toration has been in progress, in
addition to the three colonial baild-
ings at the college, 67 buildings have
been restored, 91 colonial buildings
have been reconstructed, 18 modern
buildings have been moved from the
restoration area and set up elsewhere.
and, 459 buildings have been taken
down.
Names Interesting Buildings
Miss Rowe believes that of the four
most interesting buildings which
have been restored, the Governor's
P'lace is the climax. Every minute
detail has been done with the great-
est care, even to the bhundreds of
brass tacks and the exact number of
yv'rds of cloth to be usedt, on the
speaker's table. Other interesting
places include Ra' Tavern, whrre
governors formerly came to discuss
matters which they never dared mep-
tion in the Capitol itself.
.Michigan Dam es'
Officers .Test d.
The Michigan Dames held its an-
nual election of officers at a meeting
yesterday.
The officers elected are President.
Mrs. M. A. Schilling; vice-president,
Mrs. R. D. Schick; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. C. H. Dixon; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Donald Church;
treasurer, Mrs. F. R. Blood.
These newly-elected officers will be
installed at a Banquet to be given
May 10 at the League.
BETA BETA TAU
Zeta Beta Tau announces the in-
stallation of the following officers:
'Irving Berlau, '39, president; Robert
Kann, '40, house manager; Herbert
Blumbzerg, '39, secretary and Ieo
Kayser, '39, treasurer.

orations chairman.
The idea of the entire party is to
creAte the atmosphere of a forest in'
the springtime. Entrance to the
ballroom will be through a canopy of
evergreen boughs. The pathway will
be designed to resemble a walk over
logs floating in water. Evergreens
will trim the windows and passage-
ways on the inside of the ballroom
itself.
Hung on the wa ls between the
windows and arranged around the
baseboards of the floor will be large
s&.bouettes of typical logging charac-
ters and logging activities. A log-
drive picture with two peavies crossed
beneath it will be hung above the
fireplace. The peavy, which is used
in, all actual log drives, is to lend
further to the atmosphere of the oc-
casion.
Favors will be booklets of birds-
eye maple covers made with a peavy
burned on the back of each. They
will be bound by a green cord with a
cone attached to one end, according
to Morris Morgan, Grad., who is1
chairman of the favors committee.
Studedt Volunteers
Offered Positions

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WOMEN GRADUATES-
Order Your
CAPS and GOWNS
' FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
at these reasonable prices
$3.25
includes the Gown, Cap,
Tassel for the cap, and a
White Collar.
Cha ley's
MEN'S WEAR 1319 So. Univ.

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All University women living in
Detroit during the summer have been
offered an opportunity to do volun-
teer community work by the Volun-
teer Service for College Women of the
Werrill-Palmer School, Anne Sprague,
executive secretary announced re-
cently.
Any woman who is interested may
reach Miss Sprague at the Merrill-
Palmer School, 71 East Ferry Ave..
w Detroit.{

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WALK-wOVER SHOP
115 South Main Street

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or dance in one . . . even play in
one. Because Valcunas are famous
for keeping their shape, and tubbing
beautifully without losing a bit of
their lovely coloring.
The classic style sketched i the new
chevron weave that is flattering to
everyone. The other style is a V-
necked cardigan blouse type you can
vary with scarfs.
Yellivw Aquatoue Dust-pink

Delta Delta Delta announces
peldging of Doris Brown, '41, of
troit.

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