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Of Architects'
ococo Revels
Frivolity, Color Feature
In Costumes; Gaylor
Plays At Annual B'al
Frivolity and vivid color distin
guished the costumes worn to the an
nual Architects Ball, "Rococo Revels,'
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yesterda
in the Armory.
Prizes for authentic costumes wer
won by Frederick James and Sally
Pierce, Grad. Those who received
honorable mention were Dorothy Bar-
rett, '39A and Al Roth, Bruce Elliot
'40A, and Professor and Mrs. Jea
Hebrard. Marcella Orr and Clarence
Rossa won the prize for the funnies
costumes.
Henry Ruifrok, '38A, general chair-
man of the dance, and his guest Grace
Lambrecht, '39, d essed in costumes
of the Rococo periodssabout the tim
of Louis 15th of France. Miss Lam-
> brecht wore light blue embroidered
silk, with a full skirt and a tight
bodice, while Ruifrok's red velvet
costume was flared at the hips.
Dressed In Skating Outfits
Jean Smith,,'40A, program chair-
man, andsher guest Harry Deyes
'39A, dressed in gold lame skating
costumes with white fur edging and
long white boots. John Mumford.
'38, and Virginia Carr,'38A, head of
the patrons committee, attended the
dance in Colonial period costumes.
Fred Shear, of Ann Arbor, and
Jean McConkey, '38A, publicity chair-
man, were teamed as Satan and a
Holiday. Miss McConkey's Holiday
costume was a floor-length satin cape
with various figuies, such as Christ-
mas trees and Easter bunnies, to sym-
bolize the various festive days of the
year.
Turkish Costume Seen
Marguerite McQuillan, '39A, guest
of James Mitchell, '38A, ticket chair-
man, was dressed as a member of a
Turkish harem. Mitchell wore a pair
of pajamas. Bruce Elliott, '40A, and
his guest Beth O'Roke, '40A, attended
the dance as Pierrot and Pierrette,
an actor and actress of a famous
French play. Elliott wore a clown
costume, while Miss O'Roke was
dressed in a ballet outfit.
Balloons covered the ceiling of the
Armory. Streamers and confetti were
distributed. A floor show was given
during the dance,
Mary Bursley
Weds At Home
Engagement Of Former
Students Is Announced
Mary Bursley, '36, daughter of Prof.
and Mrs. Philip E. Bursley of Ann
Arbor, and Collins L. Carter, son of
Mrs. P. L. Carter of Jackson, were
married at & p.m. yesterday at a
ceremony at the home of the bride's
parents.
The bride, who was affiliated with
Collegiate Sorosis, wore 'ivory satin
with a tulle veil and carried lilies
of the valley. She was attended by
her cousin Anne Bursley who wore
bue marquisette and carried spring
flowers. James Arthur McBurney
acted as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Edwards of Ann
Arbor announce the engagement of
their daughter, Helen Jean, and Ed-
ward Harold Protz, '38E, of Cleve-
land.
Jordan, Acaca
Tie I n Spedy

Softball Game,
The dignity of women was upheld
when Jordan Hall tied Acacia Fra-
ternity in a fast and furious game of
softball played from 7 to 8 p.m.
Thursday, at Palmer Field. The score
was 14 all at the end of the fourth
inning, when the game was called on
account of darkness.
Norma Vint, '40, pitching for the
Jordan team, fanned five Acacians,
and was ably assisted in put outs by
Joan Bevington, Mary Richardson,
'40Ed, Florence Dyer, and Virginia
Zaiser, '39Ed. Dottie Gardiner, Ed.
replaced Pete Freeman at first base
when Miss Freeman deserted to go
to the movies. Art Valpey, '38Ed.,
curved the balls for the Acacia team
with Dean Snow, '40E, Don Graham,
'38, Grant Valpey, '40 and Jack Green,
'39, taking the base and catching po-
sitions.
Initiation Will Be Held
By Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Lambda Deltas freshman
women's honorary society, will hold
its initiation during the ensuing
month.
All freshman women who averaged
2.45 during their first semester and
sophomore women who brought their
average up to that standard during
the second semester of their fresh-

Sport Togs Are Smart For Picnics
m
0
Summer sport togs this year are both smart anda practica deal
outfits for picnics and lounging on the beach are splay suits and
slacks. The play suit shown above is made of gay polka dot cotton
with a button-on skirt. The slacks can be obtained in a variety of
colors and materials.
In merso ost t heremithsmr Lepadsca.Ida
Women To Become Engineefs

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fourth
in a series of interviews with women
who are individual in their selection
'-of courses of study.
By THELMA GRACE BROWN
There are only two women in the
University who ponder over advanced
'calculus or spend their time in quali-
tative lap as part of their major in
chemical engineering: Erna Lysett,
'39E, ad Charlys-Marion Lucht, 41E.
Both women like the work and find
Lhe courses interesting and entirely
within grasp. Miss Lysett, now a
junior, is secretary for W. L. Badger.
Manager of Consulting Engineering
Division of Dow Chemical Company,
and hopes in time to become a tech-
nical secretary, she says.
Reason For Interest Unknown
A graduate of Northwestern High
School in Detroit, she says that she
doesn't know just how she happened
to become interested in engineering
except that she has heard it all of
her life. And being the only woman
in a class of men doesn't bother her
at all, she admitted when asked about
the matter. "After all, I guess I'm
used to it by now," she said.
Miss Lucht, who is only a freshman
but who emphatically pointed out
that 'she has all intentions of con-
tinuing for the full four y6ars, comes
from Meadville High School in Mead-
ville, Penn.
Is Fond Of Mathematics
Asked why she ever chose engineer-
ing, Miss Lucht replied that she does
not exactly know, but that she has al-
ways been interested in mathematics
and chemistry and has made her best
marks in those subjects. "I guess it
really began as a joke Vack in high
school." she said. "One day I re-
marked to my trigonometry teacher
that I wished I could do something

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PRINTS - PASTELS - DARKER COLORS

Miss Helen Arthur
Speaks On Theatre
Miss Helen Arthur, new executive
director of the Ann Arbor Dramatic
Season, spoke to Play Production
lasses yesterday.
Miss Arthur discussed the import-
ance of university dramatics and the
little theatre movements in develop-
ing the true art of the theatre. She
spoke of the founding of the first
university play production courses
at Radcliffe College under the super-
vision of the late George Pierce Baker.

included are some of our popular 'Doris Dodson" and
"Paula Brooks" models.

e 6lizabeth Dillon

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