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November 11, 1939 - Image 5

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Patrons Invited
To Annual Ball
Few Remaining Tickets
To Be Sold By Central
Conunittee Members
Patrons and patronesses for the an-
nual Engineer's Ball to be held Nov.
17 in the Union Ballroom has been
announced by Hugh Estes, '40E,
chairman of the patrons committee
and by PhilipNewnan, '40E, assistant
chairman of the committee.
President and Mrs. Ruthven and
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley
head the 'list of patrons and patron-
esses which is as follows: Assistant
Dean and Mrs. Charles T. Olnistead,
Assistant Dean and Mrs. Alfred H.
Lovell and'Prof. and Mrs. Benjamin
F. Bailey.
Chaperons Listed
The list continues with Prof. and
Mrs. Orlan W. Boston, Prof. and Mrs.
Edward M. Bragg, Prof. Carl G.
Brandt, Prof. and Mrs Edward L.
Eriksen, Prof. and Mrs. Ransom S.
Hawley, Prof. and Mrs. Hugh E. Keel-
er, Prof. and Mrs. Walter E. Lay,'Prof.
and Mrs. Axel Marfin, and Prof, and
Mrs. Henry W. Miller.
Other patrons and patronesses will
be Prof. and Mrs. Walter C. Sadler,
Prof. and Mrs. Edward A. Stalker.
Prof. and MV s. Melville B. Stout, Prof,
and Mrs., Roy S. Swinton, Prof. and
Mrs. Milton J. Thompson, Prof. and
Mrs. Edward T. Vincent, Prof. and
Mrs. Albeit E. White and Prof. and
Mrs. Eigene J. Ash.
Professors and their wives who are
also included on this list are Prof,
and Mrs. George M. Bleekman, Prof.
and Mrs. Clarence F. K. Kessler, Prof.:
and Mrs. Henry L. Kohler, Prof. and
Mrs. Elmore S. Pettyjohn, Prof. and
Mrs. Clarence A. Siebert, Mr. and
Mrs. Enierson W. Colon and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles W. Spooner.
Ticket Sale Continues
James Brown, '40, general chair-
man of the ball stated that there are
a few remaining tickets on sale. These;
'nay be obtained from members of
the'central committee. Cruzan Alex-
ander, '40E, in charge of the tickets
sale announced 'that the men selling
these are as follows.
Hugh-Estes, '40E, J. Anderson Ash-
burn, '4pE, Robert Goodyear, '40E,
Harry Fisher, '40E, Richard Adams,
40E and Danial Grudin, '40E. Both
Alexander and Brown are'also elling
tickets at the present time.
Clyed Lucas and his 18-piece or-
chestra will furnish music for the
ball. Lucas' brother Lyn is scheduled
to serve as vocalist with the band.

Modeled At Daily Style Show

Radio Fo'alSupper Dances
To Climax Minnesota Weekend

-Daily Photo by Bogle
JANE JEWITT JANE NUSSBAUM ANNABEL VAN WINKLE
Morning To Midnight Apparelh
Featured At Daily Style Showt i

'Alice The Goon' Changed
To Glamour Girl While
Large Crowd Watches
Michigan women, arrayed in the
latest fashions featured by campus;
stores, paraded before a record gath-
ering at the Daily Style Show at the
League yesterday.
Fashions worn from morning 'til
night were featured at the show. Por-
traying early morning raising was
Jean McKay, '40, who carried a light
ed candle as she modeled the latest
thing in dormitory wear. A sensa-
tion was created when Nancy Chap-
man, '42, entered clad in Dr. Den-
tons, with a toy dog under her arm.
Iced Most Popular
"Scandal red" was the predominat-
ing color in every type of apparel
modeled. Jane Nussbaum, 40, en-
tered in a velvet skating costume in
this shade. Knee socks were fea-
tured for campus wear,:matching the
sweaters and skirts.
Pastels were the favorites in af-
ternoon and date dresses. Ranging
from pale green to pink, these dresses
created a colorful spectacle.
Enter the much talked about Alice!
Jane Jewitt, '40, portrayed the "typi-
cal goon child" as wearing a brown,
ill-fitting striped jacket with a much
contrasting green skirt. On her arm
dangled a umbrella of a partciularly
vile shade of blue. Pink ankle socks

and black pumps added a horrible
touch. Horned-rimmed spectacles,
perched precariously on her nose fit-
ted in with the heavy books she
carried. Astounding the spectators,
Alice, stopped and powdered her nose
viciously, with nary a qualm. Her
walk was a half-jerking, half-jump-
ing gait.
Wool Is Favored
Wool was the favorite fabric for the
evening wraps and dresses. 1vIargo
Thom, '42, wore a jersey dinner dress,
with a full plaid skirt and a plain red
top. Edith Lynch, '41, modeled a
black' dinner dress with three rows of
taffeta ruffles on the bottom, which
could be zipped off, leaving an after-
noon dress.
. "Old fashioned in a new fashioned
sort of way" was the filmly net gown'
worn by Miss Nussbaum. "Eightecnth
Century Drawnig Room" was played'
by Bill Gail and his orchestra as
Miss Nussbaum modeled this dress.
Goon To Glamour Girl
The transformation of a "goon girl"'
into a glamour girl was proved when
Alice, alias Miss Jewitt, burst through
the cellophane and gilt framed mirror
in a peacock blue evening dress. The
skirt of the dress was net, and the
top, silver and peacock blue lame.
The ballroom was dimmed and spot
lights were turned on the various
models. A press box was beside the
band stand. From this Marion Bax-
ter, '39, and Marcia Connell, '38, com-
mentated on the styles. Stan Swin-
ton, '40, gave a brief introduction be-
fore the show began.
The ballroom and the Grand Rap-
ids Room were reserved for the style
show audience. The models walked
along the concourse to the ballroom,
down the length of it to the band-
stand and back again.
This 'was the second style show
given by The Daily, the first one be-
ing held last spring. Sixteen Ann
Arbor merchants cooperated with The
Daily in presenting this show. Thirty-
one campus women were models.
Special Guests At Dance
Will Be Football Heroes
Toi Harmon, '41, Don Siegel,;
SpecE., Dye Hogan, '40, Hercules Ren-
da, '41Ed, and Ed Christy, '41Ed, will
be the special 'guests at a Victory
Dance to be held by the Newman Club
from 9 p.m. to midnight, today, in"
St. Mary's chapel.
Katherine Sarich, '41SM, will sing
a few numbers, after which there
will be a general sing. The little
brown jug will be much in evidence.
Root beer and pretzels will be served.
Admission to the dance will be on the
same basis as for the Frdiay night
dances. Membership cards may be
obtained at the door.

More radio dances, dinner dances
and formals will add the finishing
touches to the next to last home foot-
ball game for the season of 1939.
Alpha Gamma Sigma will hold an
informal dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
night, today at Pilgrim Hall. Mr.
and Mrs. James Edson, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ledru E. Davis will chaperon.
At the Alpha Kappa Lambda hose.
the dance is to be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fink, and lir.
and Mrs. Edward Dubpernell Appo-
line.
Alpha Omega Has Dance
Members of,Alpha Omega will have
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lappin, and Dr.
and Mrs. S. S. Willis as chaperons at
their dance. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Ham -
mail, and Mr. and 'Mrs. F. F. rascm
are the chaperons for the Alpha Sig-
ma Phi party.
At the Olii Omega dance, the chap-
erons are to be Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Steinhilber,,Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
'Tackels, and Dr. and Mrs. H. W.
Gehring. Chi Phi's dance will have
as its chaperons, Mr. and Mrs. David
B. Rank, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Van
Wert. Mrs. Phyllis Reynolds, Mrs.
and Mrs. Thomas Kinkead, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Loveland, and Mr. and
Mrs. U. W. Spooner will be the chap-
erons at the Delta Gamma dahce.
Tea Dance This Afternoon
Tea dancing from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
at the Delta Upgion 'house will be
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Caswell, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Whitely. Helen Newberry will also
hold a tea dance today. Lasting
from 5 to 6 p.m., the party will Le
chaperoned by Miss Ruth Danicison
and Miss Jean Carruthers.
Kappa Alpha Theta will have Mrs.
Irene Johnson, and ivir. and Mrs.
Richard Cross as chaperons for its
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight today.
A dinner dance, to be given from. 7
p.m. to midnight, by Kappa Delta
Rho' will be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. L. V. Colwell, and Mr. and Mrs.
Johni S. Badger.
dno .rmal Dance At Kappa. Nu:
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bothman, and
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Goudsmit are the
chaperons for the Kappa Nu in-
formal dance. At the Lambda Chi
Alpha house, the chaperons are Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Baker, and Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Hartman. Phi Alpha Kappa
is having as its chaperons, Dr. and
Mrs. Martin Batts, Jr. and Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Koostra.
Chaperons for the Phi Beta Delta
dance are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clem-
ens, and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Weiner.
At the Phi Chii party the chaperons
are to be Dr. 'and Mrs. P. .A. Lind-
quist, and Dr. William Brace. Supper
Noted Historian
Is 'To A ddress
Newman Club
Dr. Henry S. Lucas will address the
Newman Club at their third supper
meeting this year, at 4:30 tomorrow.
His topic will be "The Reformation,
its causes and the problems of the
period."
Dr. Lucas received his doctoral de-
gree at the University of Michigan
and has studied at the Leiden in Hol-
land. Because of the war he was not
able to go abroad this year as has
been his custom for the -last three
years, and anticipates' spending the
winter in Ann Arbor doing research
work. He is on leave from the Uni-
versity of Washington where he
teaches European, medieval reforma-
tion and modern history. Dr. Lucas
is a recognized authority on the Ren-
aissance and the Reformation and
his book, "The Renaissance .and the
Reformation "is widely used as a text
for universities.
Admission to the meeting will be by
membership card,

dancing, from 6 p.m. to midnight
at the Phi Delta Theta house, is to
be chaperoned by 'Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Weller, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Stapp.
Phi Gamma Delta Has Party
Phi Gamma Delta's dance is being
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Swinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole-
man. A buffet supper, folloved by,
dancing, is to be held by Phi Kappa
Psi, from 6 p.m. to-midnight. The'
chaperons are Prof. and Mrs. H. B.
Calderwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Reed
Bachman. Formal dancing at the
Phi Rho Sigma party will have as
chaperons, Dr. and Mrs. R. Edgar
Webb, and Dr, and Mrs. W Lercy
Bryant.
Monte Carlo. theme will typify Phi
Sigma Delta's dance, which is going
to be chaperoned by Mrs. Annette
Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Rosenberg, and Mr. and Mrs. HaroldI
Shaloff. The Psi Upsilon party will
have Dr. and Mrs. George Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, and Mrs.
Granville Mitchell s its chaperons.
Party At Rochdale Cooperative House
Rochdale Cooperative House's par-
ty, to be given from 8:30 p.m. to mid-
night, will be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Brigham, and Mr. and
Mrs. D. K. Kazarin. The League will
be the scene of the Sigma Alpha Mu
formal, which will be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldman.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McOmber, and
Mrs. Kittie Carney will act as chap-
erons for Sigma Phi Epsilon. Tau
Kappa Epsilon is having as its chap-
erons, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Olson, and
Mr. .and Mrs. C. H. Stocking.
Chaperons for the Xi Psi Phi dance
are to be Dr. and Mrs. H. O. Goldbeck,
and Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Pagan. At
the Zeta Psi party, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur D. Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Anketell will be the chap-
erons.
Lloyds, Hutchings
A liiOil ce Weddings
Mr. and Mrs. James Lloyd, of
Charlotte, N.C., announce the mar-
riage of their daughter Alma L. Ran-
son to John Austin Ryan, '38M, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ryan of
Milan. Mr. Ryan is affiliated with
Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, and
Phi Chi. Mrs. Ryan, '37, attended
Duke University and was a member
of Kappa Delta.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Hutchings,
of Flint, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Mona Beatrice Hut-
chings, '34SM, to Richard P. Shultz,
'38E, son of Mrs. Paul P. Shultz,
of; Cincinnati, Ohio.
New Socks Are Plaid
The college .girl's pet socks now
appear in the bold mannish plaids
so popular in skirts, with lacing up
the front, or with personal mono-
grams adorning the cuff.

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GOODYEAR'S

By ELINOR SEVISON
For 15 years sorority women have
met and dined together once a year
to discuss their mutual problems and
emphasize the need' of working to-
gether in their organization--Pan-
hellenic Association,
It was the Jan. 8, 1925 issue of The
Daily which announced that 'a Pan-
hellenic Banquet would be held: in
the Union dining room that day.
"The*purpose of the 'affair, which is
a social innovation this year, is pri-
marliy to explain the real meaning of
Panhellenic to the women and to
emphasize the need for organized
effort and interest," the issue stated.
Now A Tradition
Little importance was then at-
tached the incident but the "social in-
novation" of 1925 has been repeated
each year and grown until it, along
with Panhellenic Ball, make up the
traditional yearly events of Panhel-
lenic Association.
The original banquet was attended
by 600 women, "the entire chapter
roles'of all sorority houses," and the
speakers were the dean of women,
and the president and vice-president
of the League.
Through the years the purpose of
the affair has remained the same,
and the theme or the 1939 banquet
echoes the past, for it, too, emphasizes
'Brown Jug Dance'
Will Be Featured
At Union Tonight

the "Spirit of Cooperation in Pan-
hellenic." The banquet has always;
been attended by all sorority women
on campus..
Campus Figures To Speak.
The main speaker for the event,
however, has been chosen during the
past few years from off campus. This
year a change was introduced, and,
several campus persons will speak.
Election of the committeenen has
been made from the members of the
Panhellenic Association. An innova-
tion was also brought in here this year
for interviewing by the executive
council of the organization preceded
the selection of the committee.
Individual place cards wlil be intro-
duced this year in the hope that they
will promote sociability among dif-
ferent houses.
Annabel VanWinkle, '41, is gen-
eral 'chairman of, this year's ban-
quet. Assisting her will be' Frances
Aaronson, '42, _ Kathryn Gladding,
'42, Agnes Crow, '42, Florence Siniago,
'41, Gwendolyn Dunn, '42.

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With the spirit of football and fly-
ing colors still in the air, only fun
and celebration can prevail at the
"Brown Jug'Dance" to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight today at the
Union.
A large brown jug will be the cen-
ter of decorations for .the main ball-
room, and from a' rustic bar set up
in the adjoining small ballroom, cider
and doughnuts will be served.
Special songs of welcome for both
teams have been prepared by Bill
Sawyer and every preparation to
make this a real celebration have
been made.
The fee for admission which will'
be the same as that for the regular
Saturday night dances, includes free
refreshments.

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