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May 22, 1947 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1947-05-22

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AY, MAY 22, 1947


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Annual Dance
Will Feature
Dick Jurgens
Decorations Will Combine
Highway Advertisements,
Reminders of College Life
The nostalgic theme of M-47,
the 1947 Senior Ball, will be car-
ried out in decorations which will
combine reminders of college days
with typical highway advertise-
Dancers will have the vantage
point of automobile paosengers
riding along a country highway.
Replicas of well-known Ann Ar-
bor stores, theatres and old fa-
miliar meeting places will line
the walls of the dance floor. Spe-
cial feature of the decorations will
be a miniature Arboretum in which
the patrons will be seated.
Billboards bearing Varga
girls, commercial signs and fun-
ny sayings will contribute to the
higpway theme. Decorations
will include stop signs and
blinker lights borrowed from
the Ann Arbor police depart-
Refreshments will be served in
Ferry Field during the dance, and
a public address system will carry
the dance music out of doors. Dan-
cers may get refreshments inside
where ginger ale dispensers will
be set up around the dance floor.
Novel dance programs in the
form of miniature road maps will
be distributed to women guests.
The maps will open up to reveal a
map of the campus-as seen
through the eyes of a student. No
corsages will be worn at Senior
Dick Jurgens and his orches-
tra will play for the annual
dance which will be held from
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. tomorrow in the
Intramural Building. Women
students will have 2:45 a.m.
permission. Tickets are avail-
able to members -of all classes
and will be sold from 9 a.m. to
noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. to-
day and tomorrow at the booth
in University Hall.
Senior Ball, one of the oldest
traditions on campus, was begun
in 1873. The first dance was held
in Rm. A of University Hall, and
the whole first floor of the build-
ing was thrown open to guests.
The dance was traditionally held
the day before the first class day,
and guests used to receive formal
engraved invitations.
Glee Club To Give
Spring Program
At Banquet Today
Spring activities of the Uni-
versity Women's Glee Club will be
concluded with a short program at
a banquet for the State Conven-
tion of Congregational Churches
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union.
The last rehearsal of the year
will be held at 4 p.m. at the
Charlotte Boehm was elected the
new student director of the Glee
Club at a recent meeting. She will
have two assistant directors for
next year, according to Dorothy
Beatly, president. Other officers
installed this month include Ruth
Spare, vice-president; Barbara
Clark, secretary; Marian Sayward,
business manager; Joanne Miles,
historian; Alice M. Shalk, libra-
rian; and Pat Hollis, assistant li-
Alpha Eta Pledges

12 Campus Coeds
Twelve women who were pledged
rcenrtlyr to Alpha Eta, local social
organization, became active mem-
bers at an initiation ceremony yes-
Alpha Eta was not able to par-
ticipate in formal rushing this
spring, according to Jane Wet-
more, Panhellenic rushing chair-
man, because the group had not
yet obtained a house. The new
members were pledged during the
informal rushing season.
Alpha Eta is a local group which
is colonizing at the present time
with the intention of becoming af-
Aliated with a national sorority.
Old-fashioned waist line cor-
sages are coming back, but the
blossoms must be carefully chosen
to complement the colors of your
favorite frock. Flowers must be
considered part of the whole en-
semble to be effective.

pique makes an exciting new
fabric for summer evening
dresses. Shown above is a strap-
less evening gown with a tight
bodice, very full skirt and long
torso look. Over it..the model is
wearing a fitted midriff jacket
Post Accepted
Bey T Alumna
Mrs. Sara Pennoyer, 1922 Michi-
gan graduate and former vice-
president of Bonwit Teller in New
York City, has recently been ap-
pointed assistant to the president
of the Donnelly Garment Com-
pany of Kansas City, Mo., largest
dress manufacturing firm of its
type in the world.
On her way to Kansas City in
June, Mrs. Pennoyer and her hus-
band will return to the University
to celebrate the silver reunion of
Mrs. Pennoyer's graduating class.
Mr. Pennoyer graduated from
Michigan in 1921. While in col-
lege, both worked on The Michi-
gan Daily, and Mrs. Pennoyer
(.who was then Sara Waller) wrote
the Junior Girls' Play of 1921.
Began Career as Salesgirl
Mrs. Pennoyer began her fash-
ion career as a salesgirl at Me-I
Creery's in New York and as a
fashion reporter for Amos Parrish.
By 1929 she was advertising man-
ager of Jay Thorpe, specialty shop.
Long an outstanding figure in
the field of American falltico
merchandising, she originated the
phrase "smart women's angle" for
Bonwit Teller and is credited with
many innovations. Among them
are the introduction of stage light-
ing in store windows and the debut
of Salvidor Dali as a -store .display
Brought Honors To Bonwit Teller
Under her direction Bonwit Tel-
ler advertising captured many
prizes including "Retail Advertis-
ing's" Outstanding Merit Award
for 1946 and representation in the
recent Art Director's show at the
Metropolitan Museum. of Art.

Mr. R. B. Burton of Detroit has fiance are both juniors at the Uni-
announced the engagement of his versity She is a member of Alpha
daughter, Margaret, to Mr. Keith Chi Omega. The wedding will
Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. take place in August.
Long of Dover, Ohio. Miss Burton
is a member of Alpha Chi Omega Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Reed of
and is a sophomore in the literary Allegan have announced the en-
college. Her fiance is a sophomore gagement of their daughter,
in the literary college. No date has Eleanor Jean, to Mr. Borge Kris-
been set for the wedding. tian Orberg of Cleveland, Ohio,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kristian Or-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Driscoll berg of Sao Paulo. Brazil. Miss
of Omaha, Neb., have announced Reed is a junior in the literary
the engagement of their niece, college and is a member of Delta
Barbara Driscoll, to Ensign Robert Delta Delta sorority. Mr. Orberg
A. Marmet, USN, son of Mrs. Rob- was graduated from the College
ert Marmet of Alexandria, Va. of Engineering in February. He is
Miss Driscoll is a senior in the lit- a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
erary college and a member of Al- and Tau Beta Pi. The wedding
pha Phi. Mr. Marmet was gradu- will take place in June.
ated from the United States Naval * * *
Academy at Annapolis last June Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Lippincott
and is now stationed in Washing- of Houston, Texas, have an-
ton, D. C. The wedding will take nounced the engagement of their
place June 21 in the Naval Acad- daughter, Ann, to Mr. William
cmy chapel at Annapolis. Stuart White, son of Mr. and Mrs.
~* Stuart B. White of Niles. Miss Lip-
Mrs. Ray E. Davis of Hunting- pincott will graduate from the lit-
ton Woods has announced the com- erary college in June. She is a
ing marriage of her daughter, Su- member of Kappa Alpha Theta.
zanne, to Mr. John H. Sutton, son Mr. White is a student in the Law
of Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Sutton of School and is a member of Phi
Royal Oak. Miss Davis and her Delta Phi.
Pleats up and down on this Hi-Dee striped Everfast
chambray dress, Buttons all the way from the
Chinese neck to hem. Green, brown, or blue with white.
Sizes 7-15
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,L O N D O4N B R I D G E C L O S E D- London's famous tower bridge isshown closed to
traffic during a strike of municipal workers growing out of a dispute at Billingsgate fish market.

S T 0 L E -This eight-skin stole
of natural stone marten was de-
signed by Dein-Bacher for spring
and summer wear.

C A D E T S T O U R C Q T H A M-some of the 92 West Point upper classmen on a tour of
New York harbor and its environs get a look at the lower Manhattan skyline.t

* From colleges coast to coast busi-
ness-minded young women come to
Katharine Gibbs for ,secretarial
training. Career opportunities listed
in booklet, G13BS GIRLS AT WORK,
show why Gibbs is "tops" with
college women. Write College
-Course Dean.
NEW YORK 17.............230 Park Ave.
BOSTON 16.............90 Marborough St.
CHICAGO I t.............1 East Superior St.
PROVIDENCE 6..............135 Angell St.

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qualit! Why? Because these well-
tailored slacks are made of hard-
finished woolgabardinethat keeps
its shape . . . holds its press.



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