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L 1, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FANCYDRESS PARTY
GIVEN' INGYMNASIUMi
Peasant Skating Outfit Wins First
Prize; Clever Cordpie
Gets Second
CARRIES OUTSPORT IDEA
More than 300 University women
gathered in Barbour gymnasium last
night to celebrate the annual Fancy
Dress party. Sports costumes, class
stunts, and a spring style show, by
Jacobsen's, occupied the evening.
The sophomore stunt ,was given
first, and took the form of a mock
wedding. The freshmen gave several
specialty dances as their part in the
stunt program, with Clara Shavey
starring in a ballet dance. The
juniors took off the jumping-rope
chorus of their recently presented
play, "For the Love of Pete." The
senior stunt ended the program with
a representation of what their class
has "done" in the way of university
life, campus activities, in other
words.
The style show was given in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, using University
women as models. S'ports costumes,
prints and tailored silks, evening
gowns, and negligees were shown.
T-Ie woon'en who participated in the
style show were Isabelle Aldrich
'28Ed, Mary Louise Murray '28, Doro-
thy Baird '28, Sarah Bonine '28, Ar-
lene Unsworth '28Ed, Alice Steven-
son '30, Helen Belcher '28Ed, Gladys
Allen '28, and Margaret Cole '28.
Miss Dillon of Jacobsen's was in
charge of the review.
Patrons of the fancy dress party
judged the costumes and there were
two first prizes given. Dorothy Van
Zwaluwenberg '30, won a prize for
having the best and most complete
costume. She wore a peasant's skat-
ing outfit, with real' lace cap and
woOden skates. Dorothy Beck '30,
and Margaret Ohlsen '30 won prizes
for being the most original couple.
NOTICE
Freshnm-en of Alpha Lamba Deltas
will meet in Barbour gymnasium on
Monday at 4 o'clock.

SOCIETY

Alpha Chi Omega will entertain at
dinner today,- the principals 'f the
cast of the Junior Girls' Play.
Alpha Gamma Delta will entertain1
at. a formal faculty dinner,Thurs-
day, April 4. The guest;: are Dr.
James H. Hanford and Mrs. han-
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson W. Eddy,
and Mrs. A. L. Hawkins. Guests of
Alpha Gamma Delta for the week endI
are Mrs. 'V. McCreery and Mrs. A.
Webster of Toledo.
Mrs Joseph Hayden, alumna .)f
Alpha Phi, will entertain the seniorsI
of the chapter at a supper Tuesday
evening a7 her home. -
Alpha Phi anouncei the pledging
of Emma Lou Smith, '31, of Detroit.
Delta Omicron, national musical so-
rority, held their alumni week end,.
March 23. Saturday three new mem-I
bers were initiated: Helen Lawler,
'28SM, Virginia Cooper, '29.SM, and
Mabel Herrick, '29SM. Sunday, Beta
chapter of the sorority from Detroit,
both active and alunni, was enter-
tained at a musical tea. Mrs. Nettie
Topping, a patroness, poured.
Sigma Alpha Iota, national musical
sorority, gave a formal musicale, on
Thursday night, March 29 at the
SCool of Music auditorium. The fol-'
lowing took part: Misses Rousseau
Criswell and Marion Johnsog;gave se-
lections on the piano; Misses Rena.
Ravitt and Donna Esselstyn played a
two piano part number; Miss Kate
Keith Field sang; and Miss Phyllis
Drummond gave a selection on the
violin.
Delta Gamma entertained Dean W.
R. Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. Frank-
lin Shull, and Professor Louis A.
Bredvold and Mrs. Bredvold at a fac-
ulty dinner Wednesday.
More than two hundred guests were
enteltained at a reception given at
the Alpha Xi Delta chapter house in
honor of their new patronesses: Mrs.
Cyrus Sturgis, Mrs. Theron Lang-
ford, Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson, and Mrs.
W. W. Newcomb. Mrs. H. H. Seeley,.
Mrs. C. D. Thorpe, and Mrs. Freder-
ick Coller poured.I
Alpha Xi Delta entertained five
rushees at dinner Wednesday. There
were ten tables of bridge Saturday
afternoon at the chapter house of

Alpha Xi Delta for the benefit of the
Women's league tea.
Miss Mary Yost, dean of women at
Leland Stanford university, is the
house guest, this week, of Professor
Max Winkler and Mrs. Winkler. Miss
Yost is being entertained by a dinner
. in her honor on Sunday at the Kappa
Alpha Theta house. Other guests will
be Mrs. James Lawrence, Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Wilgus, Miss Gay Wilgus,
and Mrs. Alice Woodbridge. Miss Yost
graduated from the University of'
Michigan, and was a member of Kap-j
pa Alpha Theta here.
. Gamma Phi Beta- announces the
pledging of Miss Lula Anderson,
GCead., of Des Moines, Iowa. ,
Members of ,Delta Zeta entertained
the cast of the Junior Girls' Play at
dinner on Thursday.
The engagement of Miss Pauline
Markham, '28, to Dr. Frank Van
Schoick, '23, of Jackson, was announc-
ed last Friday at the Kappa Delta'
house. Kappa Delta entertained at
a formal dance on Friday night.. Mrs.
Anna Dillingham and Professor Wal-
ter Hunt, and Mrs. Hunt wetle the
chaperones.
Theta Phi Alpha will be hostess at
an April Fool party, Sunday, April
1. They will also entertain at an
Easter dinner, Thursday, April 4.
Robert Frost was honored at a
small reception held Saturday night
at Helen Newberry residence by mem-
bers of the Inlander group.
MADISON, Wisconsin--Students in'
the University of Wisconsin have been
given the task of dressing dolls por-
traying the style of dress in definite
periods of American history .

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Stde To Tr Out in 1924, there were more women from
S New Jersey than any other state, but
For Olympic Team that could be expected, because track
!___is stressed there to the exclusion of
"'This year's Olympic meet will be eve:y form of athletics.
held in Amsterdam during the month Miss McKee has participated in and
of July," was the statement of Miss won various meets in different parts
Caroyl McKee, '29, who is trying out
for running broad and high jump on of the country, some through her high
the American Olympic team. "Com- school in Cleveland, Ohio, and some
petitors in track, swimming, tennis, which were sponsored by the Gener-
boxing, wrestling, .rowing, and ever al Motors company in Detroit, and a
so many otheri forms of athletics will great many others which were .or-
be in Holland representing their own ganized by the Amateur Athletic Un-
nation. But there will be no. skating ion.
or winter sports exhibitions, because "I first became interested in track
the weather won't permit it. Besides through the athletic club in high
these sports were played off last Feb- school but I had competed in both
ruary at St. Moitz, Switzerland. swimming and tennis, and some in
"Four years ago, in 1924, I tried out ice-skating before I started track. It
for the American team and made it was during my last year in high
but that year, we didn't .send a team school that the physical education
to Europe because it was too soon department started to emphasize this
after the war for many nations to sport, and then, of course, I became
put teams on the field. That year interested."
the trials for the team were held in In 1924, Miss McKee held the Mich-
Newark, N. J., but this year, they will igan intercollegiate singles champion-
probably be held in New York City, ship in tennis and during the same
although I have heard of considerable year, she was the Ohio state swim-
competition in Chicago.i, ming champion of the 100 yard race.
"I don't know of another woman in She has also been on the track, swim-
Michigan who is trying out, she con- ming and tennis teams of the Michi-
tinued, but California, New Jersey, gan State Norlmal College at Ypsi-
Pennsylvania, and New York City us- lanti, and played with these teams in
wally have many representatives. I the women's inter-collegiate contests
can't say how it will be this year, but throughout the state.

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