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Vkin Of Tomorrow,
nnal Architects' Ball To Be Give Today
Hiilf -S wetes
T S aters
The modern woman not only de-
mands thather life be led ina prac-.
tic l fashin but that her clothes
serve a' practical purpose. For this
reason leading stylists are featuring
such outfits as cardigans which but-.
3nap both the back and front. The*
lialf sweaters may be purchased in
i rious colors and are interchange-
able thus giving the wearer four dis-
t costumes for the price of two.
ese sweaters are not only practical
but very smart.
With an eye toward practicality,
the reversible dress also serves an
important part of the modern wo-
man's ward robe. One very chic re-
Srsible dress comes in a red flowered
cotton print. The top is separated
and has a quilted jacket of the same
" aterial on one side and a plain
Mite on the other.
Another dress of black and white
check comes with a handy coat. It
i. of black sharkskin and uniquely
zjps around the waist. The top can
be worn separately as a short jacket,
While the skirt can be used alone.
together they make a coat which
niay be worn for various occasions.
*Even 'formal wraps are being shown
if the more expensive shops made
up in this new reversible mode. One
is, of crisp paper taffeta of a royal
bie and white combination. The
coat has a full back dropping from
tiiy pleats at the shoulders where
the material of the full-length puff
sleves also gather their contours.
Executive Councils Hold
Joi t Dinner In League
A joint dinner of the executive
councils of Panhellenic and Congress
was held,at 6 p.m. yesterday in the
I larlazoo room of the League..
Sepresenting Panhellenic Associa-
tion at the dinner were Barbara Bas-
sett, '40, Harriet Sharkey, '40, Ella
Stowe, '40, Beth O'Rokey '40, Frances
Kahrs, '40, and Barbara Benedict, '40.
.Philip Westbrook, '40, Douglas
Tacy, '40E, Julius Rockwell, '40, Wil-
liam Rockwell, '41, Jack Hoover, '40,
R land Ahead, '40, and Winston Cox,
4A were the members of Congress
ySpecial guests included Miss Ethel
McCormick, Miss Margaret Curry,
Rpf. Bennett Weaver, Dorothy Ship-
Tnin, '40, president of the League,
and Donald Treadwell, '40, president
or the Union.
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Bids For Ball
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Costumes To Be Rented
In Room 6 Of League
Future Life Is 'Them e
"Whirl of Tomorrow," annual
Architects' Ball, will be given from.
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the School,
of Architecture. A few tickets for,
the ball are still available at the
League and Union desks and at
Ulrich's Book Store.
Although the ball is a costume af-
fair, guests may attend in formal
attire. Costumes may be rented in
Room 6 of the League. For those
attending in costume. prizes will be
awarded for the most original an
the most humorous ones. "It is evi-
dent from costumes already planned,.
that humor and originality are the
deciding factors for ball dress," said.
Bruce Elliot, '41, publicity chairman.
Costumes Are Futuristic
Costumes that have already been
planned for the ball have such titles
as Futuristic Tramps, Surrealistic.
Babies and Sally Rand and the Cow
Richard Black, '39A, general co-
chairman of the ball, will have as his
guest Florence Signaigo, while Bruce.
Elliott, '40A, publicity chairman, will
attend with Beth O'Roke, '40A. Ann
Vedder, '41A, ;ticket chairman, will
have as her guest Richard Chadwick,
'39A. Isabel Bruyere, 39A, programs
chairman, will attend the ball with
Jack Sinn. Fred Wigen, '39A, music
chairman, will have as his guest Betty
Red, Purple Murals
Decorations will be in a surrealistic
and futuristic motif. Red and purple
draperies alternat.ed with murals will
line the walls of the ballroom. Un-
usual lighting effects will be used to
further the surrealistic decorative
McKinney's Cotton Pickers are
scheduled to play for the ball. An
elaborate floor show will be included
in the evening's entertainment.
Costumes For Ball
Have Been Subject
Of Much Hilarit y
The Architects' Ball being given to-
night marks another epic in the his-
tory of costume balls on campus. An
annual affair, it is the only dance of
its kind given here-a real beaux arts
Costumes for the ball have been the
subject of much hilarity and ingenu-
ty, even drama. For the 1937 ball,
"A Roman Holiday," Edward. Hal-
buch, '37A, "took the cake" and also
the castor oil! Dressed as an ancient
lover he wrapped himself in a bear
skin and much war-paint, added a
dash of handmade jewelery and won
the prize for the best costume and
also a few days rest in the hospital.
In his frenzy of originality and in-
spiration he applied too much grease
paint and so made himself a case for
Last year the Roman's conquered
again, when Robert May, '38A, a
former chairman of the Architectural
Society, carried off a prize with his
garb of a Roman Gladiator. Gray
Maxwell, '39A and Dorothy Barrett,
'39A, continued the spirit of "Veni,
vidi, vici" with their interpretation
of Caesar and Cleopatra. The title
of the 1938 ball was "Rococco Revels."
So its what you wear and not what
you should wear that counts, the
theme is only a suggestion!
Mechanical Men To Replace Humans.
41p ha crmawSigma
Plans Radio Dance
For This Week-End
Informality will strike the keynote,
of the last affair this season of
Alpha Gamma Sigma, independent
women's sorority, as announced by
Lillian Kazmark, president of the
organization. Invitations have been
extended to guests for the party
which will be held from9 to 12 Sat-
urday, May 20th, at Pilgrim Hall
student hois of the Congressional
Radio dancing will be supplemented
by games apropos of the spirit of the
evening. Rather than make confining
plans for the entertainment program,
the social committee has decided to
let the mood of the party lead the
Since its organization at the turn
of the century, Alpha Gamma Sigma
has had the distinction oft being The'
only independent' women's-sorority on'
the Michigan campus. .Run "on the
lines of those sororities of Panhellenic
Association, this organization' prefers'
to carry on its activities without the
use of a chapter house. Themembers
rush once a :year, -at the same 'time
that Panhellenic sororities. rush for
At present Alpha Gamma Sigma
has members living in Mosher-Jor-
dan Hall; Helen Newberry, Martha
Cook and various League houses. Sev-
eral girls affiliated with the organ-
iation are .residents of Ann Arbo%
Cl s Are I eatured1
As New Accessories
The latest innovation in the acces-
sory line of fashion might well be
classed as unique clips. Everything
from fruits and vegetables to flowers
and South African natives are being
shown on the costume jewelry count
era this spring. Even the material
ade new with a durable acetate tak-
ing a prominent leadin the fragile
appearing flower clips. ,
Plaster of paris masks of grotesque
bright faces are being shown in some
shops. These are both humorous and
gruesome in the variety of subjects.
An enterprizing woman with a flair
ffor the artistic might well make one
of them out of a chunk of soft plaster
and a carving knife. The clip back
is easily inserted while the material
is still plastic.
Honorary Society Holds
Initiation And Election
Initiation of newmembers and.
election of officers were held at a
meeting of Wyvern, junior honorary
society, at 4 p.m. yesterday at the
The members initiated include
Margary Allison, Helen Barnett, Bet-
tyClements, Jane Grove, Maya Gruh-
zit, Virginia Lee Hardy, Jane Krause,
Doris Merker, Elinor Sevison, Anne
Vedder and Margaret Walsh, '41..
Miss Grove- was elected' president
of the organization;':'Miss Vedder,.
secretary and Miss Merkertreasurer.
Spring Forma ls, Radio Dances
To BeFeatured Tis Week-End
Another weekend rolls around, and A. C. Barnes. Theta Xi will also hold
with it comes a barrage of pties a formal with Bobby Sherger's band
that breaks almost any, record set furnishing the music. Prof. and Mrs.
this year. Twelve chapter houses and Clarence S. Seebert and Mr. and
social organizations will hold dances Mrs. James Freeman will chaperon;
tonight.' Glen Straub's orchestra will' play
A' summer formal will be given by for Jordan-rHall's spring formal. Mrs.
Phi Epsilon Pi. Wally Maynard and Harry Mott and Miss Rosetta Hemler
his orchestra will' play. The chaper- will chaperon. Ray Terry and his ord
ons will be Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Corn chestra will play at Trigon's formal
and Mr. and Mrs. Shirrel Kasle. tonight. Chaperons will be' Mr. and
Alpha Tau Oniega will hold -its spring Mrs. L. D. Colwell, Mr. and Mrs.
formal tonight. Dr. and-Mrs. La Fev- William Denler and Mr. and Mrs.
er and Mrs. Leslie A. Wikel will chap- Fred Lawton.
eron. Phi Sigma Delta will hold a formal
Delta Delta Delta will hold its dinner-dance at the Washtenaw
spring formal at the Huron Hills Country Club. Ret Goodman's orches-'
Country Club. Bill Gail and his or- tra will play. Mr. and' Mrs. I. Hy-
chestra' are to play for the dinner man and Dr. and Mrs. E. Oleniek
dance:which will be chaperoned by will chaperon.
Prof. and Mrs. Donald M. Matthews,
'Prof. and Mrs. Clifford C. Meloche
and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Greve.. Tea Will Close Season
Another spring formal will be given Dance Club's season will come to
by Pi Beta Phi at the Barton Hills an official end Saturday, May' 20
Country 'Club. The orchestra will be with a tea given by Miss Ruth Bloom
Hena Solomson's. Mrs. Cbdd and Dr. er, dance instructor, for the girls who
anid''Mrs.R. V Davis will be the have worked with .her the past year.
Invitations have been extended to the
kappa' Sigma also will give a spring members of the lub; all of whom par
forinal at which Bill Boyd's orchestra ticipated in the recent Dance Club
is' to play. Chaperons will be Mr. and Program2 at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Mrs. RI G. Fitzpatrick, Mr.'and Mrs. Theatre.
John M. Griffits and Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell G. GochW.
-Members of-Theta Chi will dancev.
to the, music of Bill Sawyer and his SuPs
band at their spring 'formal at the Effective MNay 2i '39
chapter house: Mir. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Soft water shampoo and finger
Palmer- will chaperon, wave, Monday, Tuesday, and
Alpha Xi Delta is to hold a formal Wednesday.
tonight with Bill McKay's orchestra
playing for it. The chaperons will be 54e
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ceeal and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Mundis.
A radio-dance will be given by Chi RUDOLPH BEAUTY SHOP
Psi. The=chaperons will be Dr. and 611 East Liberty 3083
Mrs. G.' T; Root and Dr. and Mrs.
The "world of tomorrow" will contain not only the beings known as
humans that are found on the earth today, but also super creatures,
according to Edward Luders, Chairman of Decorations for the Archi-
tects' Ball. The future inhabitants of the earth and Mars will be power-
ful, mechanical men Mr. Luders seems to think.
Crop And Saddle To Present
Annual Horse Show Tomorrow
Crop and Saddle, women's riding hers of Crop and Saddle will present,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
A group of Spring Hats
at 12 off original price.
club, is giving its annual horse show
at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Fair-
The committee in charge of the
show consists of Barbara Greve, '42,
Janet Hiatt, '42 and Maxine Bari-
beau, '40. Ann Farmer, '40A, heads
the poster committee, while Ellen St.
John isin charge of the drill.r
Judges Are Named!
Judges of the event will be Dr.
Margaret. Bell, Dr. James Bruce and
Mr. William Watrous. Mr. Clarence
J. Hastings will be Ringmaster.
The first event of the afternoon
will be a drill. Taking part in this will
be Miss Baribeau, Virginia Barrows,
'40, Miss Greve, Yvonne Westrate, '41,
Shirley Roberts, '41, Kathryn Vaughn
'40, Nancy Chapman, '42, Agpes
Crow, '42, Joan Geiger, '42, Miss St.
John, Miss Hiatt, and Mary Hayden,
The second number on the program
will be an exhibition of walking and
trotting by members of the beginners
riding class, following this, the mem-
a number entitled "Musical Stalls."
Crop and Saddle will then give an
exhibition of three gaited riding, fol-
lowed by an obstacle race in which
both men and women will participate.
The sixth event on the program is to
be an exhibition of three gaited rid-
ing by the University men, which will
be followed by an exhibit of five
gaiters. Both men and women will
participate in the pair class, and the
final event will be the winners of the
fourth and sixth events.
To Charter Bus
There will be no admission charge.
Those wishing to attend should call
the Women's Athletic Building before
noon tomorrow, Miss Barrows, presi-
dent of Crop and Saddle said today.
If 20 or more persons signify their
intention of attending the show, a
special bus will leave for the fair
grounds at 1:30 p.m. from the corner
of State Street and North University.
the charge for this service will be 18c
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