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THE MICHIGANDAILY __

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Wedding Announced
Of Pielemeler-Heyn
Helen Pielemeier, '4lEd,daughter
of John H. Pielemeier, and Arno
Heyn, '40, son of the late Dr. Myron
Heyn of Detroit, were married at 4
pDm. Saturday in the parish hall of
Bethlehem Evangelical and Reformed
Lutheran Church.
Mrs. Heyn is librarian in the School
of Public Health. Mr. Heyn, who is
a teaching fellow in chemistry, re-
ceived both his bachelor's and mas-
ter's degrees in the University. He is
a member of Phi Lambda Upsilon,
an honor society in chemistry.-

Hardy To Play
'Doodle-e-doo,
Song By Wistert
Written by Albert Wistert, '42, and
directed by Bob Westfall, '42, "Doo-
dle-ee-doo," the song of the athletes,
will receive its due recognition Satur-
day at the Wolverine Hop presented
by Gordon Hardy and his band, in
the League Ballroom.
Although this is a regular infor-
mal weekend dance, a special invi-
tation is issued this time to all ath-
letes on campus, partly to hear their
colleagues sing the Wistert ballad,
and partly to dance to Hardy's eleven
piece band.
Robert Kolesar, '43, Tippy Lockard,
'43, Thomas Kuzma, '44, George Ceit-
haml, '43, and "Whitey" Fraumann.
Grad., will make up the quintet of
"lettermen" who will bring the song
to fame.
According to all reports, if there
are any talent. scouts present the
night of the quintet's debut, the qual-
ity of their vqices will make it such
that they will probably have to leave
school to pursue a musical career
elsewhere.
Also to be featured Saturday night
is Irene Mendelssohn, '43, who will
sing the new song, "Why," written
by Al Waterstone for this year's JGP.
Joan Reutter, '43, Hardy's regular
vocalist, will do a new arangement
of "In My Solitude."#

Senior Society
To Sell Gowns

For Tea For Two

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n The League

Annual Supper Will Be Held
Mar. 25, 6:30 P.M. At League;
Tassels On Caps Will Differ
Primary requisite for attending
Senior Supper, to be held at 6:30
p.m. Wednesday in the League, is
donning the caps and gowns which
will be sold from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. Monday in the League Ballroom.
Collars will be sold by members
of Senior Society at the same time,
and the price of rental will include
this item, Patricia Cleary, '42, chair-
man of caps and gowns for the ban-
quet, announced.
Gowns To Be Sold
Caps and gowns together will be
sold for $4.50, $3.00 of which will be
refunded when they are returned to
the League the day after gradua-
tion. If anyone desires to purchase
the garments just for the one night
of Senior Supper, the cost is 75 cents.
At the time when robes and mor-
tarboards are purchased, each senior
woman will receive a ticket to the
supper and to JGP.
Cap Tassels Differ
Gowns are all alike, but the color
of tassels on the caps differs accord-
ing to the school in which the person
is graduating. Colors which are offi-
cial for colleges and universities
throughout the country are: black for
the College of Literature, Science and
the Arts; pink for the School of Mu-
sic; russet for the School of Forestry
and Conservation; lemon-yellow for
the School of Library Science, and
light blue for the School of Educa-
Lion.
The list continues with gold for the
College of Engineering; brick for the
College of Architecture; green for
the Medical School; purple for the
Law School; olive green for the
School of Pharmacy: lavender for the
School of Dentistry, and drab gray
for the School of Business Adminis-
tration.

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DRESSED UP . y. - / IcU f-tr h.
Our smooth gabardine step-i n designed to foreshorten
your foot. N.vy, bla-ck, brow ).
State Street

Host Of Prizes
Will Be. Qiven
At Union Friday
Golf Jacket, Stuffed Animal,
Steak Dinner To Be Presented
At 'Spring Blow-Out' Party
To quell suspicions in some unin-
formed quarters concerning incred-
ible publicity, the committees spon-
soring the "Spring Blowout,"' or
"Michigan's Lucky Number Hop," to
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight. to-
morrow at the Union, have arranged
to publish a picture in The Daily to-
morrow of the amazing host of prizes
to be given away at the dance.
Prizes, approaching $200 in value,
are to be distributed between the
musical offerings of Bill Sawyer's
symphonette, by a method made no-
torious through recent draft activi-
ties.
The list of prizes, diverse in kind
and value, includes:
One golfing jacket; certificate for
free clothes cleaning; 'a stuffed ani-
mal; certificates for clothing; a free
sitting at a local photographer's; one
steak dinner for two; a picture al-
bum; subscriptions to The Daily,
Gargoyle and 'Ensian; autographed
ball bat, football and basketball; as-
sorted books and corsages, and a
record album of Joe Reichman's
"Piano Reflections."
Myrtle Ersatzgirtle's "What Every
Coed Should Know" will also be
awarded as previously advertised.
Chaperons for the dance will be
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping and
Prof. and Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins.
The theme will be soft lights, in
cooperation with the electricity con-
servation of the League Council.
Smooth Old Axelrod
Tosses Hair In Ring;
Has Lots More Left
A roar of approval swept over the
feminine part of Michigan's campus
today as Allan Axelrod, '43, suave
man-about-town and connossieur of
the arts, bowed to the pleas of his
many friends and admirers and an-
nounced his candidacy for the title
of "Best Dressed Man On Campus."
Tracing his interest in clothes back
to his first pair of herringbone, non-
chafing diapers, Axelrod still recalls
the fight he had with his parents to
add that sartorial triumph to his
early wardrobe. "They kept trying
to tell me chalk-striped talcum pow-
i der was smart; but they were always
conservative!"
"I owe everything to the 4-H Club,"
he added. "It was this noble organi-
zation which gave me my first start
and encouraged me when the fight
was toughest. It is to their credit
that the real Axelrod has emerged
at last!"
Axelrod explained further that the
14-H Club had taught him how to
I style his own apparel. "I make them
4 all, myself," he insisted to gasping
and astonished fans.
Johnny Rookus, Jack Grady and
Bob Titus are reported to have al-
ready given up their candidacies in
the face of this insurmountable op-
position.

Draped Flounce

Accents

New

V-Neck Dress
Here's a newcomer for spring ward-
robes. Dark silk and dressy effect
make it neat for informal dances or
teas. The V-neck cut is in accordance

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with the latest fashion note, and the
DormtoryWormen
three-quarter sleeve adds a bit of
To Entertain Faculty, sophistication.
SP TodWhite appliqued flowers add a
splash of white on a dark back-
Today is a red-letter day on the ground. The ruffled flounce starting
calendar of Mosher-Jordan, for both at the waistline and extending to the
houses are entertaining important hem follows the feminine trend, and

guests. Jordan is holding a faculty
dinner, while Mosher is "exchanging"
with Williams and Lloyd houses.
Guests for the Jordan dinner will
be Dr. Dorothy Hard, Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Bershas, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Dow, Mr. and Mrs. Julio del Torro,
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Fuson, Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Gillett, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Hoskins, Mrs. Elliot Herdman,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hollister, Mr.
George Kiss, Mr. and Mrs. Henry V.
S. Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Stau-
bach, Mr. G. A. Stanford, Mr. John
F. Weimer and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Weisinger.
Women of the Martha Cook Build-
ing will have an opportunity to meet
Pierre Van Paassen today, when he
will attend art informal gathering
there following his speech. They
have invited a few faculty friends
whose fields of interest Ore allied
with the work of Mr. Van Paassen;
that is, from the departments of
English, political science and jour-
nalism.
Sunday afternoon is said to be the
perfect time to relax, and at the
same time place your professors in
an agreeable mood. Believing this,
the women of Betsy Barbour House
have invited over two hundred fac-
ulty members and friends for a mu-
sical to be given this Sunday.
Pledging Announced
Alpha Phi announces the pledging
last Monday of Jane Farrant, '45,
Grand Rapids, and Helen Mae Kress-
back, '44, Monroe.

contrasts with the strictly tailored
outfits for women in defense activi-
ties. The newest spring fashions dia-
tate gay and bold color combinations.
The more the merrier, if they all
harmonize. Fuchsia and pink is one
favorite combination. Fuchsia dresses
with pink peeping out and pink ac-
cessories will guarantee attention.
But by far the most popular high
note will be green. Deep rich shades{
of green for coats and dresses pre-
ferred. Green accessories are widely
featured in classic styles. Red forms
a bold contrast to green outfits and
is a bright color to add dash to that
spring outfit.
Frederick-Williams
Are Wed In Chicago
Beth O'Dell Frederick, daughter of
Mrs. Hope Sutherland Frederick of
Iowa City, Iowa, and Dr. Howard
Robbins Williams, '32, of Chicago,
Ill., son of Prof. and Mrs. Neil H.
Williams, were married March 7 in
the Thorndyke Chapel of the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
The couple will live at the Midway
Plaza, Chicago. Mrs. Williams, for-
merly of Sault Ste. Marie, was gradu-
ated from Boston University. Dr.
Williams is a member of Theta Kappa
Psi and received both his literary
and medical degrees from the Uni-
versity.

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