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May 05, 1939 - Image 5

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FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1939

T H E MIC H IGAN D AI LY

Future World
To Be Theme
Of Art Dance
Annual Affair To Feature
'Clothes Of Tomorrow'
And Faculty Caricatures
"Whirl of Tomorrow" is to be the
theme of the annual Architect's Ball
which is to be held from 9 p.m. to 1'
a.m., Friday, May 19, in the Archi-
tectural, Building. Richard Black,
39A, co-chairman of the ball, an-
nlounced that the theme is not to
be a take-off on the world's fair, but
will be the artists' own version of the
world of tomorrow.
All who attend the dance will be
in costume and prizes are to be
awarded for the most original "clothes
of tomorrow." Last year Fred James
and Sally Pierce, Grad., won awards
for the most original costumes.
Decorations will include caricatures
of the faculty and students as they
will appear several decades hence. Un-
usual lighting effects will be used to
portray a world of the future. K.
Conrad August, '39A, is in charge of
the decorations.
Tickets for the ball will go on sale
Monday at the Union and League
desks and at the Office of the College
of Architecture. They will be priced
at $2 a couple.
J. Edward Luders, '39A, and Black
are co-chairmen of the ball. Other
committee heads are: Ann Vedder,
'41A, tickets; Florence Brotherton,
'40A, patrons; Bruce Elliot, '40A, pub-
licity; and Fred Wigen, '39A, chair-
man of the music committee.

Vogue At Michigras

Unique Hospital School Fills Gap
In Lives Of Confined Children

'Women To lie Wiling
ITo Risk lelt Sy Ride
It is generally supposed that wom-

House Party, Roast And Dances
To Fill Datebooks This Weekend

Program F o r Academic
And Play Training Aids
Chid In Readjustment
By MILDRED WILLIAMS
A unique institution in the coun-
try, but one which has been growing
tremendously since its introduction is
the Hospital School in the University
Hospital in Ann Arbor.
First organized in 1932 through a
gift from the King's Daughters Or-
ganization, it has been sustained ever
since from gifts and funds from va-
rious groups., principally the Galens
and Kiwanis Clubs, and smaller, con-
tributions in the form of magazines,
books, and toys from dormitories, sor-
ority and fraternity houses.
The school was established to pro-
vide the 8,000 children which enter
ithe hospital each year with the usual
experiences that they would meet in
normal life, because in a great num-
ber of cases, a long period of confine-
ment necessitates a great adjustment
problem upon their return to the
community. Its purpose is to corre-
late that the child wants to do,what
he can do, and what he must do as a
citizen of community life.
School Work Credited
One of the major activities of the
hospital school is allowing the child
to continue with his school work.
Specially trained, registered teach-
ers provide the academic training. Re-
ports of work done in the school are
sent back to their local'schools and
the children receive credit for the
work.
However, activities are not limited

To maintaig your chic appearance
amidst the fun and excitement of
swooping on the Super Swoop or
a merry-go-round at Michigras, a
suit-dress of non-crushable "crick-
et" in either rasberry, Kelly green,
or royal blue, is the ideal thing to
wear.

to the academic field alone.:. Re-
markable facilities are available for
all sorts of play groups. Woodwork,
nature study, carving and Boy Scout,
Troop and Scout training, are among
the many recreational features of-
fered. Miss Ketchum, who is the
head of the social service division at
the hospital, said that the real im-
portance of the play activity lies in
the fact that it provides the child
with an outlet for his energy. He
learns not to be sensitive of differen-
tiation from other non-handicapped
children, which often presents a very
grave problem.
Self-Confidence Encouraged
Books are provided to each child
from the Galen's Book Cart which
is wheeled around to each bed. For
those who are able to walk around by
themselves, there is a well-equipped
library accessible to the children.
During warm weather, beds are taken
out on the sun porch; and a program
is also provided for the children out of
doors. Many of the articles which
are made by the children are used as
gifts which they send home to par-
ents.
The entire program is an attempt
to teach the child to develop self-
confidence and thus be in no way
maladjusted in a return to normal,
every-day life in the community, Miss
Ketchum said.
Lawyers Club
To Hold Dance
Bill Sawyer's Orchestra
Will Play For Occasion
The Lawyers' Club will hold its an-
nual spring dance from 9 p.m. till
midnight tomorrow in the Lounge of
the dance, which is to be informal, are
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnstone, Mr.I
and Mrs. Robert Owens, Miss Inez
Bozorth, and Mrs. C. E. Jamison, all
of Ann Arbor.
Members of the dance comittee are
John McCarthy, '39L, David Can-
mann, '39L, Jack Pedigo, '39L, Wil-
liam Studley, '39L, William Jetter,
'39L, and Clark Schell, '39L.
Also on the committee are Ned.
Walworth, '40L, Bill Anderson; '4QL,
Thomas Diver, '40L, ,and Edward!
Boyle, '40L. This is the'- last dance of
the' year sponsored by the Club..
Bill Sawyer's orchestra will play for
the dance.
Kappa Delta Rho To Hold
Homecoming Breakfast

en have unique viewpoints on every- Bluebooks may came and bluebooks
thing-the state of affairstin Europe, may go, but dances go on forever, it
political policies, the best make of mygbtdne oo oeei
brew, Michigan men, but especially seems. Perhaps it's the spring weath-
at this time, the Michigras, and spe- er, or then, again,. maybe its the de-
cifically Delta Tau Delta's Sky Ride, sire to have as much fun as possible
called "The Super Swooper." before the dark Saturday of begin-
Aerial transportation from the wes- ning exams falls.
tern side of the Field House to the, A semi-formal is being given by
balcony on the opposite side will be Tau Kappa Epsilon tonight. Bobby
provided in the form of a four-seater Scherger and his orchestra will play.
suspended from a cable by wires. The The chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
car will travel down a 20 foot drop W. C. Olsen and Prof. and Mrs. R. W.
for 150 feet. Locomotion on the re- 'uller.
turn trip will be accomplished by It's just the weather for marshmal-
motor. low roasts and the Westminster
If the wires and the cable hold Guild will have one tonight. An open
tight the women have no objections house is being held from 8 p.m. to
to offer. Their viewpoint-refer to midnight in the Student League of
Vicki. the Presbyterian church.
Sigma Nu will hold its spring for-
mal tonight. Music will be swung by
Bill McKay and his orchestra. Mr.
, and Mrs. Ben Kessel and Prof. and
s Mrs. Sam Goudsmit will chaperon:
Alpha Kappa Lambda is holding
its spring formal from 9 p.m. to 1
For Sm mn r a.m. A closed dinner will be given
beforethe dance. The Arcadia Club
In spit of the slight hang-over band, from Pontiac will play. The
from March winds, the time has come chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
to think seriously of our summer T. Burroughs of Detroit and Mr.
wardrobes. Cotton and silk or any- Dr. Malcolm L: Denise, also of
thing that's cool looking is what you Betsy Barbour House will givea
must have to brave the onslaught of dinner dance from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m.
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Rayon is fresh and soft and comes
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alone as a sun-back dress.
Just right for afternoons when you
want to dress up is q jumper dress.
The skirt is printed over a copen
background and is cable pleated. The
blouse is white dotted swiss; with lace
trimming the collars and cuffs.
Linen is always a favorite among
summer materials. One. which we
know you would like very much is in
white, with a navy trimming. The
neck has a navy insert resembling
the sea, and is trimmed with white
rope. The border on the bottom of
the dress is of this same sea-like de-
sign; and has a ship anchored to it
with white rope.
And then there's pique which never
fails to produce a crisp look no mat-
ter how warm the weather. One we
like very much has a ballet-full skirt,
a high neckline with a tiny collar, ;a
black ; belt, buttons down the front.
This concludesour forecast, so
merry warm weather to you.
Bryn lrMawr Head
To Talk At League
Marion Edwards Park, president
of Bryn Mawr College, will speak at
a subscription luncheon to be given
at 1 p.m. Tomorrow in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League. The
subject of Miss Park's discussion will
be "Security in an Insecure Age."
The luncheon is being sponsored by
Bryn Mawr alumnae throughout the
state, but is open to anyone interest-
ed in attending. Aservations for
the luncheon can be made today with
Mrs. Charles Edmunds, 1619 Cam-
bridge Road.
THETA CHI PLEDGING
Theta Chi announces the pledging
of Ian Bell, '42, of Bowmanville, Ont.

HOSIERY SPECIAL
Three-thread in proportioned
legijths.
SLIP
Camisole top or Princess style.
Exceptional value,
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Also specials in
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As the closing feature of the alum-
ni homecoming weekend for Kappa
Delta Rho fraternity members, a Sun-
day breakfast on the Island will be
given.
Following the affair, the group will
hold their semi-annual meeting at 10
p.m., followed by a stag banquet at 2
p.m. Prof. Walter E. Lay will be the
principal speaker at the dinner.
TO HOLD FACULTY TEA
Alpha Chi Omega will hold a for-
mal faculty tea from 3 p.m. to 6p.m.
Sunday, May 7. All dormitory heads
and sorority presidents have been
invited in addition to the faculty.

Friday an'd Saturd-ay
A. Quick Clearatce
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Original Prices
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TWEEDS MIXTURES - SHETLANDS
Sizes 12 to 40
A Group of Three-Piece SUITS
and COSTUME SUITS
Values $29.75 to $59.75 Sizes 12 to 38
A Gron of Two-Piece TAILOR
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Values $10.95 to $25.00 Sizes 11 to 20

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A Group of DRESSES
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Dark Colors and Pastels
A Group of SPORT JACKETS
Values $3.95 to $7.95 Sizes 12 to 20
Plaid and Solid Colors
A Group of SWEATERS
Values $2.95 to $5.95 Sizes 2 to 40
Mostly Pastel Shades

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