100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 11, 1939 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1939-03-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Sr1~utUDAY, rMARCH l, i y A

T Mi-CH1G - I II'

THE MI--I-AN-DA--

"Senior Night"To Be Given

Today In League Ballroom Grill

Special Dance
W~ilEntertain
'39 Graduates
Magic Lantern Show And
Class Officers Will Be
On 15-Minute Program
The graduates of June, 1939, will
be honored at a special dance, "Senior
Night," to be given from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. today in the League..Although
everyone on campus is welcome to
attend, the affair will be principally
for the seniors, Robert Canning. '39,
rmaster of ceremonies, said.
Canning wll direct the 15-minute
floor show which will include on its
bill, songs by Barbara Teall. '39, and
a talk about the Senior Ball'by Wil-
liam Grier, '39, chairman of the Ball.
The League orchestra will play the
theme songs of different big name
bands being considered for the dance.
The five officers of the Class of '39
Will speak briefly. They will be: Har-
old Stewart, '39, president; Marcia
Connell, '39, vice president; Leon
Kupeck, '39, treasurer, and Canning,
Slides To Be Shown
During the entire dance, a contin-
uous slides show made up of the
identification pictures of various sen-
iors will be flashed on the walls. All
seniors attending will be placed at
reserved tables in a special section.
June graduates calling the League for
reservations should mention the fact
that they are seniors, Canning said.
After the League dance, the Grill
will remain open after midnight for
the seniors alone, who will have a
"get-together" and songfest until 1
a.m. Betty Spangler, '39, is in charge
of the affair. Decorations ,for the"
dance will consist of a 10-foot '39
suspended behind the orchestra.
Seniors To Meet
Miss Spangler will attend the dance
wi'th Neil Levenson, '38, and Miss
Connell will be the guest of Russell
Strickland, '39. Kupeck's guest will
be Julienne Sivers, '40, Stewart has
invited Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, and
Mary Mooney, '39, will come with
Canning.
This is the first of a series of events
designed to bring members of the
senior class into more friendly con-
tact with each other before the class'
ball and Commencement, Canning
said.

Frankie Masters To Play At Annual Crease Ball,

Springy Princess Style

A refreshing touch to the classic
princess dress this year is the crisp,
white collar. Flair skirts and ex-
aggerated shoulders are also the
style again, and the poke bonnet
lends a bit of demureness to the
whole costume.

Tickets To Go
On Sale Early
- For Lawyers
Marian Frances Will Sing
With Orchestra; Leader
Has Played In Chicago
Frankie Masters and his orchestra
have been engaged to play at the
Crease Ball, annual lawyer's dance,
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Fri-
day, March 31 in the League Ball-
orom, John McCarthy, '39L, and Rob-
art Knight, '9L, members of the mu-
sic committee, announced yesterday.
Featured vocalist with the band is
Marian Frances, described by Bill-
board as having "unusual grace and
Charm." Masters has played at
Michigan on several occasions in re-
cent years.
Has Played At College Inn
He has played at various hotels
and night clubs catering to student
patronage, such as the College Inn
and Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chi-
cago and the Clover Club of Holly-
wood.
Tickets for the affair will go on
sale early next week.
Sale will first be limited to senior
law students, and later to juniors
and freshmen, Donald Swope, '39L,
and Jay Sikkenga, '39L, co-chair-
men, have announced. The dance is
open to lawyers only, they stated.
Other members of the central com-'
mittee are William Jetter, '39L, and
John Rae, '39L, who will head the
ticket committee and also handle
publicity. William Soboroff, '39L,
John Griffin, '39L, and James Black,
'39L, are in charge of entertainment.
The decorations committee will be
headed by Harry Bresford, '39L, and
Robert Ward, '39L. McCarthy and
Knight are to be in charge of music
for the dance.
Offer Women
Two Awards
Scholarships To Be Given
By Alumnae Council
Two awards available for women
students will again be offered for the
coming year by the Alumnae Coun-
cil, Mrs. Seymour B. Conger, execu-
tive secretary of the Council an-
nounced yesterday.
The Lucy Elliott Fellowship of $500
and the Cleveland Memorial Schol-
arship of $100 will be given. The
Fellowship which is given each year,
is open to women graduates of all
credited colleges and universties and
is to be used in taking graduate
work.
Women possessing an A.B. degree
from the University may use the
award for work at any university
chosen by her. Eleanor McCarthy,
Grad., a graduate of Huntington
College, W.Va., won the award last
year. Miss McCarthy is a major in,
psychology and speech.
The Cleveland scholarship, given
twice before, is presented to. a woman
student who lives in Cleveland. Zeno-
via Skoratko, '40, holds the scholar-
ship for the present year, and Sally
Kenney, '39, had it the year before.
Application blanks, obtainable atf
the Alumnae Council office in the
League, or at the office of Dean of
Women, must be returned to the
dean's office not later than April 1.
Announcement of the winners will
be made shortly after Spring Vaca-
tion, Mrs. Conger said.

Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma: Virginia Alfvin,
'42; Jane Baits, '42; Jean Benham,
'41; Betty Jane Crawford, '42; Peg1
Gezon; Martha Scott, '42; Dorothy
Tydeman, '42; Margaret Wright, 42s
and Rachel Johnston, '41..

More Than 700
Attend Frosh Frolic
In Union Ballroom
More than 350 couples attended
the 1939 Frosh Frolic from 10 p.m. to
2 :30 a.m. yesterday in the ballroom
of the Union.
A majority of the students attend-
ing the dance were freshmen. Bar-
bara Foote, '42, who was.the guest of
Traver Sawyer, '42, wore a black taf-
feta formal trimmed in black braid,
with black accessories. Margaret
Meagher, '42, attended with Rich-
ard Gray, '42, and Dorothy Aikens,
'42, was the guest of Kenneth Troy,
'42.
Also among the guests were Pa-
tricia Loughhead, '42, and Richard
Ludwig, '42. Miss Loughhead wore
a navy blue organdy dress embroid-
ered in white. Patricia Hadley, '42,
who wore a purple print formal with
a velvet sash and slippers to match,
attended with Robert Lovell,, '42.
Virginia Apple, '42, came with
Kenneth Rhoads, '42, to the class
dance. Jean Manwaring, '42, was
wearing a gown of black net with
rhinestones, and an angora bonnet
and mittens, and attended with Rob-
ert O'Hara, '42.
Elizabeth Gould, '42, was the guest
of Richard Emory, '42, and wore a
dress of red chiffon with a square
neck, puffed sleeves and a wide sash,
Lois Basse, '42, guest of Ford Whipple,
'42, wore a dress of white chiffon
with rhinestone straps and white and
silver sandels
And Hayrides
Set ForToday
Students will be busy tonight at-
tending the radio dances being given
by chapter houses on campus. They
will also be seen dancing between
sips at the Alpha Epsilon Phi tea-
dance which is being given from 4
p.m. to 7 p.m.
Prof. and Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins
and Prof. and Mrs. Samuel A. Goud-
smit will chaperon at the Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi house. Radio dances will
be given from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
day at the Alpha Tau Omega and
Delta Delta Delta houses. Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Wikel and Mr. and Mrs.
Dorr Martin are chaperoning the Al-
pha Tau Omega dance. Chaperons
at the Tri Delt house will be Dr.
and Mrs. T. A. Knott and Prof. and
Mrs. J. L. Brumm.
Prof. and Mrs. Roy Swinton and
Mr. and Mrs. John Stone will :hap-
eron the Delta Tau Delta radio dane.
Hay and swing music will be the ke /-
notes of the party being given by
Hermitage fraternity tonight. Be-
fore tuning in for a bit of Guy Lom-
bardo, the men and their guests will
embark on a hayride. Chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis
and Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Burch.
Kappa Delta alumnae are giving a
benefit card party and style show at
2:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Bacher and
Mrs. E. R. Sunderland will pour at
tea. Joe and Josephine will don
their loudest plaids and best "pork-
pies" for the "Joe College" dance be-
ing given at the Phi Beta Delta
house. Dr. and Mrs. Max Durfee and
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis will chap-
eron.
Dance Club To Hold
MeetingThursday
The weekly schedule of meetngs
of the women's dance club was an-
nounced yesterday by Beth O'Roke,
'40A, president of the club.

Practice for the Children's Suite
will be held at 2 p.m. every Saturday
and for the Judith Waltz at 3 p.m.
Saturday. Regular meetings will be
held every . Thursday, composition
and technique at 7:30 p.m. and waltz
at 8:30 p.m.

green, was the most popular shade
for spring. It was seen with orchid
in a plaid pleated skirt worn with a
chartreuse sweater by Marcia Con-
nell, '39, for the Dillon Shop. A char-
treuse chiffon blouse was used with a
navy silk skirt and accessories by
Betty Shaffer, '39, modeling for Ja-
cobson's.
japonica, a warm cinnamonsbrown,
is also a new favorite. This color
was used in accessories to offset the
soft grey of a two-piece suit modeled
by Margaret Ford, '40, for Good-
year's Campus Shop. The bell-hopl
jacket had crisp white pique trim on
the lapels, and the skirt was grace-
fully flared.
Pastel shades such as orchid, pow-
der blue and dusty pink are still
spring standbys. A powder-blue silk
afternoon dress with natural burlap
bodice embroidered with blue yarn
daisies was worn by Jean Rhein-
frank, '39, for Kessel's Campus Shop.
Her hat, in powder-blue straw with
navy trim, was from Schiller's Hat
Shop.

Thorn, '42, modeling for the Marilyn
Shop. With it she wore a pancake
straw hat in black with grosgrain
ribbon bows in du'sty pink, powder
blue and modern rose.
A practical idea for rainy days was
shown in the knee-length rubber
boots modeled by Barbara Teall, '39,
for Goodyears' Campus Shop.
One of the most spectacular for-
mals was a red shirt-waist blouse
with long sleeves and a huge flaring
skirt of panels of black and gray.
Worn with this was a detachable
red hood to match the blouse.
Charlie Zwck played for the show
and Mary Rall, '39, announced the
costumes as the models appeared.
Announce Pledgings
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Dorothy
Ann Aikens, '42SM; Barbara Brehm,
'40; Betty Sage, '41A; Ruth Mary
Smith, '42; Mazine Williamson, '42;
Ann Winters, '42; Margaret Dodge,
'42 and Betty Hine, '42.

_

SENIORS ATTENTION

Chartreuse, Violet Make Splash
Of Color In 'Daily' Style Show
Delicious new color combinations , A blue suede jerkin over a dusty
and schoolgirl simplicity were out- pink sweater was worn with a mod-
standing trends seen in the Spring ern rose swing skirt and dusty pink
Showing of Ann Arbor Fashions, held accessories by Jane Jewitt, '40, for
from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. yesterday the Collins Shop. Helen Polhemus
in the League Ballroom. showed a black pancake straw with
The show was attended by over 800, pink birds on the crown, modeled by
Marian Baxter, '39, in charge of the Ida Mae Davis, '40.
affair, said yesterday. A black reefer made more dressy by
Chartreuse, a crisp cool lemon- ribbon binding was worn by Margot

THE LEAGUE is having a Special Dance for YOU !

Regular Rate $1.00

One of the greatest satisfactions derived
from owning a Zwerdling Fur Coat is the
assurance of
Expert Servie

BOB CANNING will be

and from twelve until one a general class gather-

ing will be held in the grill.

CHARLIE

ZW ICK

Dance - in the Grill

I .

Available

At all Times,
That's what we have

THE MICHIGAN LEAGUE

I

I

been giving

for 35

yea rs

SUCCESSORIES."

Our. interest in your Fur Coat does not end the
minute you make the purchase . . . It only begins
at that point, because we must depend upon
your entire satisfaction for repeat business. This
policy gives us the satisfaction too, of knowing
that our customers are constantly pulling for us.
They know that ZWERDLING'S Furs and Serv-

//,

Y

1

Spring Cleaning Time Is Here
Let us clean and glaze your Scarfs, Capes, Neckwear and
other furs. Our scientific cleaning brings back the natural
lustre in your furs, giving them renewed life.

,{ ";
{ ' '
r r . J'-
. ' '. Y.
r, e ,7ft. ยข
..__ s

New Spring
Blouses and
Ankle Sox
in :7cjtef ,nJ e

I

1I

,1

i I1I ieweIlerv !

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan