THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ball, March 17
Shaw, MacLeod Will Be
Co - Chairmen; - Annual
Dance To Be At- Union
Capitalist Ball, annual dance given
by members of the School of Busi-I
ness Administration, will ,be held
March 17 in the ballroom of the
Michigan Union, Harry J. Jackman,
'39BAd, president of his senior class,'
Central Committee List3
The central committee for theI
dance is headed by William Shaw,I
'39BAd, and Jack MacLeod, '40BAd,
- co-chairman. The publicity com-
mi,ee is headed by Douglas Welfare,
'39BAd, and Gilbert Phares, '40BAd.
Tickets are being handled by John
Morris, '39BAd, and William Rhodes,
The list of central committee mem-
bers continues with Jay Troxel, '39-
BAd, and Delbridge Lakin, '40BAd,
who 'are in charge of music for the
ball. The decorations' committee is
headed by Mitchell Raskin, '39BAd,
and Charles Jordan, '40BAd.
The orchestra and decorations for
the ball, which will be open to the
public, will be announced later.
Emery Deutsch Played
Last year Emery Deutsch's orches-
tra played for the dance. The theme
of the ball was business stock market
quotations. Red ink dollar signs and
ticker tape decorated the Union ball-
* James McCullock, '38BAd, and
Chester - Shelly, '39BAd, were co-
chairmen for the 1938 ball.
Tyroleans For Campus
Three sororities have recently add-
ed new members to their pledge lists.
Lois Sharback, '42, of Detroit, was
pledged by the Alpha Chi Omega
On Tuesday, Jan. 4, Alpha Delta
Pi pledged Elizabeth G. Cornell, '42,
of Mt. Lakes, N.J. Several mem-
bers of the faculty were entertained
at dinner by the sorority last Sun-
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
pledging of Ruth Aleinik, '42, of
Scotsville, and the initiation of Kath-
erine Ziff, '40M, of Johnstown, Penn.
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Dorothy Hean Coughey,
'40, Betty Ann Armstrong, '40, Lynda
Nickel, '40Ed., Barbara Carle, '40,
Lois $axter, '40 Ed, and Frances
Much splashing was in evidence at
the meeting yesterday of the Michi-
gan Women's Swimming Club, as the
girls practiced starts and turns, and
wore themselves o u t swimming
lengths. The reason for all this ac-
tivity is explained by the fact that
the girls are training for future meets,
to be held during the first part of
the new semester.
Any women who would like to try
out for the club may do so at 4 p.m.
any Monday afternoon at the Union
Pool. Their times will be taken to
determine their qualification for
A. W. Goodhew To Speak
At Meeting Of Assembly
Following the business meeting of
Assembly at 4:30 p.m. today, Mr.
Alfred W. Goodhew will address the
group on "Floral Afrangements and
Care of Cut Flowers." His speech
will be open to all women on campus,
Betty Jane Mansfield, Assembly pres-
It-is very important that all houses
have a representative at the meet-
ing, and that the business get under
way promptly , at 4:30 p.m., Miss
Mansfield added. Anyone wishing to
be excused must call her before 6 p.m.
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, chairman
of the department of Political Sci-
ence in the University, will lecture
on the A.A.U.W. series at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the Rackham lecture
hall. His topic will be "Moderniza-
tion of Michigan State Government."
This series of public affairs lectures
is directed by Prof. James K. Pollock
of the political science faculty.
To Have Skating Party
Westminster Guild will have a
roller skating party from 10:30 p.m.
to 12 -3n0.m. Friday, Jan. 13 at the
A smart high brimmed Tyrolean
hat trimmed with a soft fluffy
feather gives a sophisticated air to
that campus outfit.
It's not very often that the college'
girl bothers ;o complete her campus
outfit with a hat, but when she does
happen to feel rather sophisticated
and mature, she will invarably choose
a sport topper.
Last year, you remember, everyone
wore "snap brims." There were a few
unfortunate individuals who looked
a bit squashed and flat-headed, but
generally this was a flattering and
comfortable style. Then the Tyro-
lean craze began to influence sport
hats. Crowns grew steeper, and the
effect was infinitely more becoming.
It was all in keeping with embroid-
ered sweaters and tasseled socks.
Shaving Brush Bristles Misused
That's one explanation then of
the new hats-that they borrowed
the idea from some Tyrolean yodler.
However there has been another ru-
mor floating around. Last year the
American male whole - heartedly
adopted the electric razor. The shav-
ing brush companies were faced with
a crisis. There were disturbed con-
ferences; but finally, by a brilliant
transaction, they disposed of their
surplus supply of bristles to the hat-
makers. Now you see them every-
where-every third hat-masculine
headgear not excepted-sports an at-
tractive little shaving brush.
Another innovation this year was
the "pork-pie," which the college co-
ed copied quite frankly from her col-
legiate brother or date.
No Ceiling On Feathers
Sport hats come in every hue and
color-conservative b r o w n s and
greens, smart black or alluring pastel
shades. If you prefer, it may be
trimmed with a soft fluffy feather.
Feathers, by the way have hit an all-
time high. Competition has become
feverish-no sooner does one girl ap-
pear with a three foot feather than
her room-mate rushes down to buy
one three feet five inches tall.
We personally have nothing against
this fad, but we do think a short girl
looks a tiifle ridiculous carrying a
feather several times her own height.
Also the door situation reminds one
of that era in France when ladies had
to have openings cut in the tops of
doors in order that their towering
head dresses could pass through.
fly the Neighbor
And so we have another year with its resolutions, but we had a week-
end just the same! Sleigh rides (excuse me, hayrides, these January thaws!)
an exciting hockey game, and lots of places to dance revived the old pepD
despite those fluttering visages of conscience and much needed rest afterI
Among our weaker-willed and fun loving individuals who deserted the
books for a bit of relaxation were Ginny Schwegler and Bob Buchner who'
sought it at the Gamma Phi hay-ride. John Swishert
and Hattie Dean, tiring of the horse's dogged pace, ran,
walked and jogged along side, ringing doorbells along:
" f the way. Back at the house missles flew, so some off
the party took shelter under the nearest table, but
Bobby Chissus and John Parker calmly proceeded to1
" "f* " explain the intricacies of bridge to Pedo Ortmayer andt
That same night, we saw Jack Brennan. Sol Sobsey and Ed Frutig "do-
ing a postman's holiday" at the hockey game. Charlie Kettler, the man
who's always startling people with his proclamation "this is the last day!
to buy the 'Ensian at this price, BUY NOW!", was a bit disturbed himselft
when one of the pucks flew into the audience. Nor were George Whitmant
and Lenore Johnson looking any too secure with the play so close at rand.
Cameraman Gets The .ird ..
At the Phi Beta Delta radio dance, Marjorie Ullman and Jerry Schwartz-
bek and Judy Frank and Leon Pershing Dicker crowded 'round while Bob
Bach took reels and reels of pictures. Bob was slightly embarrassed when
he found out that he'd forgotten to put in the film!
Over at the Lambda Chi dance we saw Patty Mat-
thews, Jack McLeod, Jane Scott and Dick Knowe and /
then the "Line" got held- up a trifle while Shorty Wolfe
and Beth Jenkins "switched" dances with Wanda
Thompson and Dave Peet . . .
But it came through with excellent connection at
both the League and the Union. Friday night at the
former found Harriet Thom and Harvey Clarke follow-
ing the rhythm of Zwick's stick. Colburn Cherney was.
also there with Mabel , whose name we could
not get but whose phone number is 5445.
Steinle was beating it out at the Union, and so were Elaine Matheney an
and Bill Niles. Amid the maze of dancers we also spotted Betty Whitely and
Marshall Crawford Brown, Jr. (commonly known as PORT!.
Steinle And Zwick Swing Out ..
Evidently the students on this campus haen't heard that prosp.rity
is still lurking coyly behind a bush. Saturday night both dance floors werek
ammed again. At the League we saw Charley Smith with Beverly Clark, who
was stopping through on her way to:Boston after seeing America first. She
naively confided that she half expected to see Indians this far west! Instead
she saw Margaret Whittemore with Bill Lyman (quite civilized I assure you!)
Bud Sherman and Ginny Keilholtz and Nancy Gould with man-about-Ann
Arbor, Bill Comstock. Janet Dickinson's and Gonzalo Semper's smooth danc-
ing was enough to straighten out the astigmatism in any man's eyes.
Among those dancing under the Union's varied colored lights were Marg
Cleary and Foster Wilkinson-who were bringing ridicule down upon them-
selves with a big game story involving the would-be shooting of a rabbit!
AggiesCrow and Bill Worthington were dancing to the "Umbrella Man" and
others. Looking slightly disgruntled in the Union after the dance were Torn
Buermann and Jack Ellsner, waiting for their respective dates.
Bowery Dance Is Given
By way of diversion, we stopped in at the Sigma Alpha Mu bowery party'
Saturday night. Dressed up in "gay ninety" garb were Ruth Jacobson, Harry
Bloch, Zelda Davis and Jerry Dick. Which reminds us, al-
though we don't quite know why, about the impromptu
tea party which Meyer Davis, Forrest Beckwith and David
Stocking held at the Allenal that same evening.
Time marches back to the Phi Sigma Kappa pledge
formal Friday night, where Francis Besancon and Harold
" ' '' Adler, Sally Connuy and Jack Maytham, and Mary Gret-
chen Connine and Bob Paver arrived just in time to see
Mary Trelfa and Jim McPherson give the "Big Apple" its
The formal season opened at Mosher and Jordan Halls
with their formal supper parties on Friday night. At the
- Jordan dance, looking contented and well-fed were Ginny
+v:\ Zaiser, Paul Vallner, Mary Gage and Paul Theriaulty.
: - -* Agnes Landers and Dick Higgins, Virginia Durand and
Dick Fletcher were seen flitting by at Mosher. Thus endeth the first week-
end of '39; till next week, adios!
rority. Mr. Rogers is a graduate of
the University of Minnesota and is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Rogers of Minneapolis, Minn. He is
affiliated with Lambda Chi Alpha
Dr. and Mrs. George R. Pray have
announced the engagement of their
daughter Mary Katherine, '34, to Jo-'
seph N. Conlin, '32, who is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Conlin
of Ann Arbor. He is a member of
Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.
The engagement of Elizabeth W.
Evans, '36, of Ann Arbor to Alber J.
Hartsig, Jr., '36E, of Detroit, has been
announced. Miss Evans is a senior
in the University Nursing School
The marriage of Grace Williams,
'39, to Richard C. Wixson, '41M, took
place Dec. 28 at Wellsville, N.Y. Miss
Williams is the daughter of Mr. and
Adeline Singleton, '38, daughter ofF
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Singleton ofI
Detroit has set the date for her com- t
ing marriage to Chris Everhardus,
'37, son of Mrs. Christ Everhardus oft
Kalamazoo as Jan. 14. Miss Single'
ton is a member of Kappa Alpha!
Theta sorority and Mr. Everhardus is1
affiliated with Delta Kappa Epsilon
The engagement of Mary Elizabeth
Spencer, '35, to Thomas A. Rogers
has been announced by the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer of De-!
troit. Miss Spencer attended MissI
Newman's school in Detroit and isO
a member of Gamma Phi Beta so-,c
Thi. may be, NEWS
to some U. of M. instructors
When bills pile up, and the required payments take
too much of your income, you can wipe the slate
clean with a loan from Personal. No co-signers or
endorsers. No credit inquiries of friends, colleagues,
or superiors. We welcome an applicationrfrom any
one, except a student, who can repay small monthly
amounts, but who may not have the kind of security
usually required elsewhere.
JGP Groups Meet Today
The finance committee of J.G.P.
will meet at 4 p.m. today, Jean Tib-
bits, chairman, announced. There
will be a meeting at the same hour
of all women who want to dance in
Mrs. Stanley H. Pinkham of Wells-
ville, N.Y. and Mr. W xson is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lynn Wixson
also of Wellsville, N.Y. and is' a mem-
ber of Phi Beta Pi fraternity.
Prof. and Mrs. William Gabb Smea-
ton of Geddes Ave. have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Winifred Isobel, to Homer Thomas
of Chicago. Miss Smeaton is a grad-
uate of the University and was a
member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority.
The wedding will take place next
month in Chicago.
The engagement of Miss Lois Trigg,
daughter of Mrs. S. L. Trigg of De-
troit to Joseph B. Colton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morse M. Colton of Detroit
has been announced by Mrs. Trigg.
To Play Basketball
Jordan Hall will play Zone X at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Waterman
Gymnasium in the semi-finals of the
class B division of the women's in-
tramural basketball tournament. At
8:10 p.m. Delta Delta Delta will meet
Martha Cook Building in the semi-
finals of the class A division of the
The finals of the A division of the
tournament will be' played between
the winners of the Helen Newberry-
Alpha Phi game and the Delta Delta
Delta-Martha Cook game.
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THE SINISTER SIX
VOTE for the ICE QUEEN
Here are the present standings of
the four leading candid
MARIAN PHILLIPS . ... 1111
MARCIA CONNELL ... 109
JANE N USSBAUM.....1063
DOTSEY BAXTER .... 1047