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May 21, 1938 - Image 5

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Annual Senior Ball To Be Held June 17 In Union Ba]


Neil Levenson
Makes Known
Margaret Hyers, Richard
Wangelin Are To Head
Orchestra Committee
Plans for the 1938 Senior Ball to be
held Friday, June 17, in the Union
Ballroom, were announced by Neil
Levenson, '38E, general chairman,
Levenson will be assisted by 10
students as members of the central
committee for the affair. Margaret
Meyers, '38, and Richard Wangelin,
'38E, have charge of the music com-
mittee, and Mary Johnson, '38, and
Marjorie Coe, '38, head the patrons
committee. Frederick W. Smith, '38E,
and Wilbur Alderman, '38, will serve
as co-chairmen in charge of tickets,
while the decorations will be under
the direction of George Sprau, '38A,
and Edward Slezak, '38Ed. Joseph
-Birlkenstock, '38E, is chairman of the
floor committee andai n Krugliak,
'38, is pubicity chairman for the
Announcement of the decorations
motif and the selection of the ,or-
chestrawill be made in the near fu-
ture, Levenson stated.
The Intramural Building was the
scene of the Senior Ball last year and
Jan Garber and his orchestra, who
played for the 1936 J-Hop, were fea-
'Hayseed Hop'
Held Yesterday
League Ballroom, Court
Are Scenes Of Project
The women of the class of '41 gave
their Freshman Prdject last night at
the League. The Strawberry Social
wgs held outside as- was originally
The "Hayseed Hop" was held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the League Ball-
room. Twice during the evening the
melodrama, "Little Blossom," was
given. The floor show was held at
10:15 instead of at 11 p.m.
Among the central committee mem-
bers there was Helen Barnett, gen-
eral chairman, who came with Ar-
nold White, '40. She dhose a silk
printed peasant dress with white and
pink flowers on a black background
for the occasion. Janet Homer, pro-
gram chairman, came with Clark Mc-
Gaughey, '40L. She wore a navy
blue linen dress with full skirt and
high neckline, the severity of which
was set off by a rounded white collar.
The dress had a blue linen bolero and
a blue and whit polka dot sash.
Emily Sanderson, chairman of pub-
licity, had as her guest William
Briggs, '41. She was dressed in a
blue and white silk print with full
skirt and plain bodice. Marjorie For-
restel, assistant chairman, was escort-.
ed by James Loar, '38E. She chose
a blue and white printed linen dress
with a matching blue jacket.
(Continued from Page 10
World Trends Towards Church Re-
union." All Episcopal students and
their ,friends are cordially invited.
There will be a picnic for Episcopal
students this afternoon. The group

will leave from Harris Hall at 4:30.
Please call 7735 or 8613 for reserva-
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, corner
of Liberty and Third, C. A. Brauer,
pastor. Church School at49:30. Morn-
ing worship at 10:30 instead of 10:45
This will be a Pre-Confirmation serv-
ice in which a class of confirmands
will be catechized on the fundamen-
tals of the Christian religion.
St. Paul's Student Club, meeting at
Liberty and Third, will sponsor its
annual Senior-Alumni and Walther
League Banquet in the social rooms
of the church at 6:30 this Sunday
evening. The Graduating students
of the University are to be the hon-"
ored guests. Prof. Albert Hyma of
the University will be the principal
speaker. He has chosen for his topic:
"The Church and the World." All
Lutheran students and their friends
are cordially invited.
Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. Sunday
morning forum: Last of series on
World Clinic. Topic, "Has Capital-
ism Outlived Its Usefulness?"
Discussion by Prof. John F. Shepard
and Prof. Albert Hyma with ques-
tion period to follow.
7:30 p.m. Liberal Students' Union:
Discussion of "Political Prejudice"

Prints Proive Populor
fie. .pI,
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A bolero jacket lendsa novel
touch to this summer dinner dress.
When the jacket is taken off, this
flowered linen dress may be worn
as a formal. The plainness of the
dress is accented by a bow belt and
and a full skirt.
Lantern Night
Line Of Marc
Directions Set
Directions for the Lantern Night
line of march, which will take place
Monday, were announced by Norma
Curtis, '39, general chairman of the
The line will form at 7:30 p.m. in
front of the General Library. The
seniors, who will wear caps and gowns
and carry lanterns, are to line up
n pairs, wth underclassmen in single
file on each side. Juniors are to wear
yellow hair bows, sophomores will
wear red bows, and freshmen are to
wear green bows. The march will
proceed to Palmer Field, where the
traditional block M will be formed
and the first stanza of the "Yellow
and Blue" will be sung,. The Lantern
Night Sing will follow the line of
The five seniors who will lead the
line of march and also the formation
of the block M will be Hope Hartwige,
Mary Johnson, Angelene Maliszewski,
Harriet Shackleton, and Helen Jes-
In case of rain Monday the affair
will be held Wednesday. The alter-
nate date has been set because of
many requests, Miss Curtis said.
Triangle fraternity announces the
pledging of Howard Wililams, '40E,
of Battle Creek.

Annual Exhibitl
Of Riding Club
Will Be Today
W.A.A., Crop And Saddle
Will Give Horse Show
At CountyFairgrounds
The annual horse show, sponsored
by the Women's Athletic Asociation
and by Crop and Saddle, women's rid-
ng club, will be held at 2 p.m. today
at the Washtenaw County Fair-
Judges for the affair will be Clar-
ence Hastings, William Watrous and
Lt. Benjamin Wimer, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Betty Hood, '40,
president of Crop and Saddle. Peter
Markham, '38, will be the ringmaster
and Leon Seltzer, '40E, will act as
Ribbons will be given for first, sec-
ond and third places in the horseman-
ship events, but there will be no rib-
bons for the gymkhana events, Miss
Hood said.
The members of Crop and Saddle
who will ride in the musical drill,
which will open thetshow, will be Miss
Hood, Lois Gillen, '41, Floris Comp-
ton, '41, Evelyn Dock, '40, Virginia
Barrows, '40, Mary Frances Browne,
'38Ed., Ann Farmer, '40, Jeanne Go-
mon, '40 Winifred McAllister, '40,
Ellen MacDonald, '40, Ellen St. John,
'41, Shirley Todt, '40, Stella Tring-
ham, '38, Sally Lou Weidlein, '41,
Yvonne Westrate, '41, and Ethel Win-
nai, '40.
Nelsons To Fete Foreign
Students Torporrow
A farewell party for all foreign
students leaving the University' at
the close of the semester will be given
from,4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday by Prof.
and Mrs. Raleigh J. Nelson at their
nome. The affair will precede the
last of the International Council's
Sunday night suppers.
A buffet supper will be given at 6
p.m. Sunday in the International
headquarters in the Union, and will be
followed by a program conceived and
presented by Filipino students. The
entertainment will take place at 7
p.m. in Room 316 of the. Union in
order to accommodate the larger
number expected to attend, Professor
Nelson, counselor to foreign students,
Native dances, singing and speaking
will constitute the 'bulk of the en-
tertainment. All foreign students and
others interested are invited to at-
tend, Professor Nelson stated.
Track Meet To Be
On Palmer Field
The women majoring in physical
education will sponsor a track meet
at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 2, at
Palmer Field. A prize will be giveh to
the class that wins the meet.
Mary Richardson, '40Ed, is general
chairman of the meet. She will be
assisted by Betty French, '39Ed, Sally
Orr, '40Ed and Florence Corkum,
The track events and the officials
will be announced at a later date. All
the students majoring in physical
education are urged to participate in
or attend the meet. The public is in-
vited to watch the affair.
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21 Formals And Informals To Be Held Tonight
House Party And Dinner George Petrouleas will play for the be in the form of a lawn party to be and Mrs. W. Carl Rufus as ch
Dances Scheduled Also dance which is formal. held from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. ons.
Chaperons for the Phi Chi spring Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Sam- The final dance on the listi
The majority of spring dances will formal are Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert uel Bothman and Dr. Bernard Heller. formal, a radio dance, which is
be~~~~~~~~~~im ovrwe-6fra acs orI~gvnby Triangle, with Pr~of.
be over when 16 formal dances, four Willson and Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. To Hold Formal Dance Mrs. Frank Mickle and Mr. and
informals and one house party are Davis. John MacDonald will play. Phi Sigma Kappa's formal dance William Mikalus chaperoning.
held tonight..
Mee r tihof Acacia fraternity and House Party Continues will oe tonight instead of last night
their guests will dance to the music Phi Epsilon Phi's house party con- as previously announced. Bill Mc-
of Fred Zierer and his orchestra at a tinues with a picnic and canoeing Kay's orchestra will provide the mu- SCandnavian CI u
formal dinner dance to be held from party this afternoon and an informal sic, and chaperons will be Prof. and H"
6:45 p.m. to midnight. Chaperons will dance at the chapter house tonight. Mrs. Walter E. Lay and Mr. and Mrs. H dS Installat.
be Mr. and Mrs. Marland Small and The party is being chaperoned by Alan D. Meacham.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pryce. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Conn of Ann Larry Morse's orchestra will play The annual Scandinavian ba:
To Hold Informal Dances Arbor and Mr. and Mrs. Shirrel Kasle for the Psi Upsilon summer formal, was held at 6:30 p.m.. yesterds
Informal dances will be held at of Toledo, Ohio. to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight the Haunted Tavern.
Austin League house and at Adelia A formal dinner dance is to be held in the chapter house. Chaperons will Carl Johnson, Grad., toastm
Cheever House where chaperons will by Phi Kappa Sigma with Mr. and be Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan of installed the officers for the en
be Mrs. Joseph M. Parsons and Miss Mrs. William F. Angell of Ann Arbor Detroit and Mrs. H. A. Poppleton, year. They are Betty Nielson,
Charlotte Briedensitien. and Mr. and Mrs. Loy M. Sutherland house manager. president; Reyner Kollgaard,
of Lake Orion chaperoning. Music is Russ Rollins' orchestra will play vice-president and Mary Comoke
Alpha Delta Pi's spring formal will by Chuck Wellington. for the Pi Beta Phi formal tonight secretary-treasurer. Three hon
vey Judson's music. Chaperons are Phi Kappa Tau's dance with George when Prof. and Mrs. Walter V. Mar- members inducted are Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb smith, Mr. and Cromwell's orchestra also is formal shall and Prof. and Mrs. Charles L. D. J. Nielsen, of Detroit, and
Mrs. Gordan Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. and chaperons are Mr. Hardin Van Jamieson will be chaperons. The Bernice Rindman, of Ypsilanti.
H. B. Allen. Deurson, Mr. and Mrs. David Vokes yard will be decorated with Japanese Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Jensen, o:
of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick lanterns. Arbor,, Prof. and Mrs. EdwaJ
A formal dinner dance will be held Heller of Ann Arbor. Sigma Nu will hold its formal dance Eriksen and Prof. and Mrs. I
by Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at the Phi Sigma Delta's radio dance will to Jimmy Fisher's music with Prof. M. Hansen were guests at the d:
Huron Hills Country Club with Mr. --.__________________
and Mrs. Samuel Rubiner and Mr. ,1/
and Mrs. Snyder Karbel of Detroit i
as chaperons. Bill Sawyer's orchestra
will furnish the music. BE W ISE,...
Frank Coolidge will play for the 2
Alpha Phi spring formal. Chaperons Ex rt Surnmer Rates
will be Dr. and Mrs. Bradley M. Pat-
ten and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson Re ia When
of Ann Arbor. *
Chi Omegas To Dance Restyling De vered Nex
Chaperons for a formal dance to be
given by Chi Omega sorority are Mr. * Relining Fall.
and Mrs. H. L. Stearns, Mrs. Gran- ,
ville Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. F
Alden. Music is by Red Goodman's or- %STORE YOUR*FURSlNOW
The fifth spring formal listed is In addition to the many advantages of its own giant fur vaults, Zwerd
Delta Gamma's, to be held at the
Washtenaw Country Club with music ling's offers you complete nsurance against fire, theft, and moths. We
only J. Cunty Cub ithmuyouri
provided by a Moe-Carter orchestra. % assure you that only Expert Furriers will handle your furs between now
Chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Loveland and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rog- and next fall.
Helen Newberry Residence is giving Phone 8 07
a formal dinner dance, chaperoned by ~Fr o
Miss Ellen Mannand MissRuthnDan- Furs Called For and Delivered.
ielson. Charlie Zwick will provide %-
dinner music and Bill Steytler will
play afterwards for dancing.
John H r er/nd hsroel B t-e
more orchestra from MiamiBeach,
Fla., will play for the Hermitage for- FU R SH OP
mal dance. Chaperons are Mr. and ' Dependability Furs
Mrs. John E. Burch. 34 Years, eenain F r
Kappa Alpha Theta has as chap- 215-217 East
erons Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sink2 1E L t
and Dr. and Mrs. Allan C. Barnes. ;__ _ _

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