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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1941

Fashion Preview
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Will Be Held Today

At Michigan

Theatre

Semi-Annual
Review Guests,
To Get Favors

Merker-Kohn
Engagement
Made Known

Drill Teams
Will Perform
At Military Ba

McClellan's Rhythm Club To Play
For 'Spring Dormal' Saturday

Top o' the head at the top o' the
season are th cleverest, most compli-
mentary, hats in many a springtime.
Needlessto say iftthey're flower-ed
up they're going to be in the center
of the limelight, but others such as
grosgrain bonnets and light felt som-
breros sneak around a pretty wide
edge of said spotlight.
Right now is the time not to go
hatless for winter winds that force
kerchiefs over curls have blown
over, and the weather isn't so warm
that it makes the thought of head-
covers 'staggering. And hats are
so unfamiliar to most of us that it
makes us look-yes, and feel-like
new women. No doubt about it, a
hat is the thing to put you into The
Spring Mood.
Be-fleured bonnets are tops, as
was mentioned, but that doesn't ne-
cessitate an enormous and complicat-
ed flower garden perched on the
nose. As a matter of fact, the garden
should be rather small and thrown
back of the head. An excellent ex-
ample is a blue Tyrolean crown-no
rim of course-with abouquet of
blue flowers and hugeg reen leaves on
the front. Turning to vegetable mat-
ter, there's a little skull cap of natural
straw with a ledge to the fore that,
catches a bunch of yellow wheat.
Turbans haven't lost their grid
yet, and, always adaptable to the
moment, they're taking on blos-
soms galore. Jersey is the best for
drapes, and it's good too because
it's a complimentary media in
which to interpret all colors. Some
are draped high, some are draped
low, some cover the head, some let
the back hair show, some twist
various colors together, some are
one solid color, some add tassels,
some twine flowers in front. Whew!
And so the story goes, with no rules
holding except that you had better
not flash through this summer
without a turban.
There will be lots of more basic
hats too, but they won't take on basic
colors after this spring is more under
way. They'll be frivolous pastels.
Grosgrain is a favorite for the mak-
ing of inverted Spanish brims, or
floppy irregular sombreros, but they
can be in straw or of any maetrial
that can be combined with stiff back-
ing. As per usual, matching snap
brims will complete many a smart
outfit. We suggest you tuck the
flower buds in your hair so that they
peep out from under brimmed hats.
Imagine making a hat of just

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HELEN BARNETT
... In a Queen Anne Scot
veiling or just a hair ribbon and
some posies or a bicycle clip. The
veil idea is just to buy a couple of
yards of froth in the color that
matches *our favorite silk frock
and twist and turn it till you've
covered your hair. It might end up
with a big bow if you're so in-
clined.
This bicycle clip business is some-
thing, too! They aren't really that,
but at least they clamp on the head
and have' lots of flowers and fruits
and things tacked on and the effect
is fresh and flattering. Sometimes
these composites are sewed on to a
band of ribbon and covered with
veiling so that the /colorful array is
looked at through a misty haze.
In picking the hat, whether friv-
olous or matter of fact, let you re-
main the interest. Don't let the
style so overpower you or be so con-
trary to your type that people say,
"What a lovely hat," and not "What
a lovely girl." Also make the color
you choose work for you. It can
make your hair look so lovely that
people who never noticed it before
before suddenly become aware of it.
There's a certain rich clear blue
that will do it for almost any color
of curls.
Helen Barnett, '41, Best Dressed
Coed of the Week, shows a hat from
her collection that is black for this
early spring and is topped by gay
cherries. With its heart shaped off-
the-face brim, she calls it her Queen
Anne Scot.

To Introduce Campus Models;
Gershwin Music To Be Featured
(Continued from Page 1)
Radford, '42; Barbara Wood, '42; Pat
Loughead, '42; Margaret Wright, '42;
Marney Gardner, '42; Beverly Brack-
en, '41; Yvonne Westrate, '41; Jean]
Hubbard, '42; Elaine Richert, '43;
Maybelle Davis, '42; Frances Patter-
son, '42; Nancy Chapman, '42; Caro-
lyn Denfield, '42, and Nancy Wood,
'44.
Favors To Be Given
The favors that will be given out
to all who attend "Summertime" in-
clue miniature cologne bottles, gift
size lipsticks, and pencils.
Miss Krause has aiding her in the
running of this local fashion review
Carolyn Kleiner, 4p, arrangements
chairman, withJudiedMcLosh, '41,
and Mary June Hastrieder, '44, assist-
ing. Margaret Hadsell, '42, in charge
of programs who has on her commit-
tee Jean Mullins, '42; Elaine Gor-
Idon, '43; Nell Fead, '44; Marjorie
Green, '43; Marjorie Lovejoy, '42,
and Janet Lewin, '43.
Lou Carpenter, '42, is chairman of
the models committee and is assist-
ed by Sue Hollis, '41; Jane Lindberg,
'44; Dottie Bales, '44; Lucy Chase
Wright, '44; Marjorie Welber, '44;
Virginia Young, '43; Alice Pearlman,
'43, and Marcia Stern. '44.
Committee Heads Named
Elaine Gordon, '43, heads the con-
tact committee with Rosalie Elbinger,
'43; Suzanne Scheffer and Marjorie
Welber assisting. In charge of ushers,
who will be members of The Daily
business staff, is Jean Mullins.
Among the popular Gershwin tunes
that will add to the interest of the
latest and newest in clothes shown
at the fashion parade will be "Rhap-
sody in Blue," "I've Got Rhythm,"
"You Can't Take That Away From
Me," "It Ain't Necessarily So," and
"Somebody Loves Me."
Jack Rue and his band will also
play for Gershwin enthusiasts such
pieces as "It's Wonderful," "The Man
I Love," "I've Got Plenty of Nothin',"
"Wintergreen for President," "Con-
cert in C for Piano," "That Certain
Feeling," "Lady Be Good," "Sweet
And Low," and "Of Thee I Sing."
Patrons List
For Pharmacy
Ball Announced
Patrons and patronesses have been
announced for Mortar and Pestle Ball,
which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. tomorrow in the ballroom of the
League.
Heading the list are President and
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Wal-
ter B. Rea, Dean and Mrs. Howard
B. Lewis, Dean Joseph A. Bursley,
Professor and Mrs. C. C. Glover, Prof.
and Mrs. Alfred L. Ferguson, Dr.
and Mrs. Frederick Blickie; Dr. and
Mrs. Elmon L. Cataline, Dr. and
Mrs. Malcolm'H. Soule, Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob Sacks, Dr. andMrs. Werner
E. Bachmann, Dr. and Mrs. Leigh
C. Anderson, and Dr. and Mrs.
Charles R. Brassfield.
Theme of the ball will be "Prescrip-
tions for an Enjoyable Evening."
Playing for the dance will be Max
Gail, with Jeanne Carroll, featured
vocalist. Decorations will include a
modern prescription sotre as a back-
drop for the orchestra. With this
there will be silhouetted a large mor-
tar and pestle.
In silver letters on a blue and white
setting will be the words "Prescrip-
tions for Enjoyment and Pleasure."
Blue, white and silver balloons, cut-
flowers and ferns will decorate the
ballroom.
Committee members under Sydney

Aronson, '41P, general chairman, are
John Gregg, '41P, Marjorie Kern,
'41P, Howard Nunes, '41P, Tilden
Batchelder, '42P, David Meier, '42P,
David Schlisting, '41P, and Arthur
Pugh, '42P.
Replies Due Today
All women who ,have been asked
to act as hostesses for Michilodeon
are requested to send their replies
immediately to 1414 Washtenaw or to
call 2-2547. It is imperative that these
replies be in today.
Meeting Is Planned
There will be a meeting of the Ann
Arbor Independents at 4:45 p.m. to-
day at the League.

DORIS MERKER
mentioned as one of the elect in the
1941 edition of "Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities."
Dr. Kohn, son of Mr. and Mrs.-
George Kohn of Palmer, took his
undergraduate work at Northern
State Teacher's College, where he was
a member of Alpha Delta fraternity.
He was granted his Ph.D. in geo-
graphy from this University last June,
and was elected to membership by
Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi.
He is teaching at present at Missi-
sissippi State College for Women.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
KNITTING DEADLINE SET
All girls knitting sweaters for
Red Cross must turn them in im-
mediately at the desk in the WAB.
Each sweater should have pinned
to it, the girl's name.
Pledgings, Elections
Arp Made Known
Phi Gamma Delta announced their
recent chapter activities.
They recently pledged Edward M.
Dickinson, '44, of Palmyra, N.Y.; Tom'
G. Kuzma, '44, of Gary, Ind.; William
E. Loughborough, '43, of Detroit, and
Max M. Bahrych, '43Ed., of Syracuse,
N.Y.
The fraternity announces the re-
cent election of the following officers
for the coming year: Norman D. Call,
'42, president; Robert W. Titus, '42,
treasurer; W. Owen Mays, '42, re-
cording secretary; Henry Fielding,
'42, corresponding secretary; Dale S.
Chamberlain, '42, historian, and
Wayne Wright, '42, steward.

let co-authored by Kohn and Merker
was distributed last night to members
of Pi Beta Phi announcing the en-
gagement of Doris Merker, '41, to
Dr. Clyde F. Kohn.
Miss Merker, the daughter of Mrs.
E. B. Merker of Detroit, served as,
president of Judiciary Council and is
a member of Wyvern and Mortar
Board honor societies. She was also

ROTC Drum And Bugle CorpsI
To Play For First Time In Union
At Students' 23rd Annual Event
IMilitary precision will be in its1
glory May 9 when the Drum and
Bugle Corps and the Drill Team pre-
sent their best marchers and music-
ians at the annual Military Ball.-
The Ball will continue the tra-
dition of including drills, beside the
Drum and Bugle Corps, founded this,
year in elaborate entertainment that
is always a part of this evefit, Pat;
Foster, '41, entertainment chairman,
announced. He is being assisted by
Lt. R. L. Kolb with the Drill Team,
and by Lt. John A. Lohla with the
Drum and Bugle Corps, both being
from the military science department.'
First the Drill Team will give a
short and comical sketch of the draft-
ee in his first days, then the crack
team will perform straight manual
movements. This year it will be done
without spoken command.
Field Music To Be Heard
The Drum and Bugle Corps is to
play both field music and Army
bugle calls. Assisting in the arrange-
ments for this are John Rohrer, '41-
SM, drums instructor and R. G. W.
Brown,, '42E, bugle instructor.
These added events will take place
during intermission, and following
them the traditional saber arch is to
be formed by the junior initiates of
Scabbard and Blade, military honor
society.
Members of the Drill Team under
Cadet Sergeant Frank Bender, '43,
are Clarence Anderson, '44E, Darwin
Bostwick, '43A, Zane Brashares, '4,
James Cisselh Jr., SpecE., Jiarrett
Clark, '43E, John Erpelding, '43, Oz-
zie Feldman, '43, Waldemar Fire-
hammer, '43E, and Reed Garver, '44E.
Drill Team Members Named
.The Team also includes Everett
Houston, '43, J. Bradford John, '43E,
Robert Lehnert, '43E, George Rathert,
Jr., '44, Phil Richy, '42, DeMott Ri-
ley, '44E, Frank Schell, '44, John
Stauch, '43, Charles Thatcher, '43E,
Arthur Volz, Jr., '43, and David Weis-
berg, '44E.
In the Drum and Bugle Corps are
Charles Kessler, '41E, Harry Gumaer,
'44E, Robert G. W. Brown, Guy Sewell,
'43E, Robert Sharp, '44, K. Paul
Jones, '44, Daniel Clark, '43E, and
William Summerfet, '43E. The chief
purpose of the Corps is to play field
music for parades and ceremonies.
This is the 23rd year that Military
Ball has been a social event at the
University, and it is being headed this
year by James Kuhns, '41.
Marriage Of Knode-
Gillespie Announced
Dean and Mrs. J. C. Knode of the
University of New Mexico at Albu-
querque announce the marriage of
their daughter, Dorothy, '42, on Jan.
4 in Chicago to Raymond Gillespie
of Elkhart, Ind.
Mrs. Gillespie attended this Uni-
versity last semester and was affiliat-
ed with Kappa Kappa Gamma soror-
ity at the University of New Mexico.
Mr. Gillespie was a member of Sigma
Phi Epsilon at New Mexico. The
couple will live in Elkhart.

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Decorations in the spring theme
plus the melodies of Clark McClel-
lan and his "Rhythm Club" will be
the main features of the first "Spring
Dormal" which the 12 men's residence
halls will combine to present from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
League ballroom.
Featured with McClellan will be
vocalists Shirlie Sherie and Herb Mil-
ler, brother of Glenn Miller. A spec-I
ial arrangement of "Dark Eyes" will
be played, and McClellan will also
feature his vibraharp. The Rhythm
Club has played on many Michigan
campuses, but this will be its first
appearance in Ann Arbor.
Described as "solid," all the mem-
bers of the band will cooperate on
a number, in contrast to a "society"
band in which certain individuals
or sections of the band are featured
at different intervals throughout a
piece. This summer the League will
feature the band at regular Friday
and Saturday night dances.
All "alumni" of the East and West
Quadrangle Dormitories are invited
to attend the dance as well as mem-
bers of the 12 houses: Adams, Allen-
Rumsey, Chicago, Lloyd, Michigan,
Williams, Winchell, Greene, Hins-
dale, Prescott and Tyler.
Tickets for the dance are available

at $1.50 at the West Quad main
dask, the 'Strauss Library and from
the social chairmen of the East and
West Quads.
General chairman of the affair is
Robert Kemp, '42E, assisted by Bill
Steen, '44, publicity chairman; Orrie
Barr, '44, and Norman Schwartz, '44,
tickets; Norman Taylor, '42E, pa-
trons; and Bob Skelley, '44Spec.,
decorations. .
Spanish Social Mixer
Will Be Tomorrow
In Kalamazoo Room
All students who speak Spanish
are invited to attend the language
tea to be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Kalamazoo
Room of the League.
Those wishing to attend the social
mixer are asked to contact Mrs. Ruth
L. Wendt at Stockwell Hall. The pur-
pose of the different language teas
which are held every Friday is to give
students an opportunity for conver-
sational practice in foreign languages.
Natives of South America and pro-
fessors of Spanish will be present to
,stimulate discussion, Mrs. Wendt said.

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