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SUNDAY, VAY 27. 1928



SUNDAY, MAY 27,11211111 111 111111N1flATLY III III

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----'mts. «Walte r !I mat anid Liss tlE t-I B O WN 'TELLSCOF.VARIED INTEREST
Kappa Kappa Gamma held its sprin)g -_ =-
rolma1<1 l Fiiday e(veninlg. Sp)ring fllowers The life of Lou Henry Hoover, (Mrs.' way of California on his way to China,
who forineru(d thbe theme for the dlecorations. 14erbert Hoover) has always been a~ married Lou Henry at her home in
a,,,, 4 ., "'- ,-,.,--,).,. r +Monterey, and took her with him to

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Althbough the track meet wh~ich wvill
be held tomorrow morning at 8
o'clock on- Palmer field i5 essentially

Miss Mabel Agnes IBailie,


All of, th e letters to fre linken
which are being written by junior'
advisers should be handed in a t
the candy boo0th in University
hall oni or before Tuesday, May 1
1i 29.

the past three years has been assist-'
1antdircto ofthei~aver' Cubis, Alpha Xi Delta (it~r'' aiiied lIi
"Violets For )Iury," By Valertites, , antcdirector of theiLawyers'eClubrie
3 Se'iir Play; 1C111011 lices ;resigning from that position to take (ic ica~sad Ms larc
'I'4 Reval Egageentsthe place of Director of studlent d or- lisoil at dinner Weduesday een
_____mitories of Battle Creak College. Xf- ir'g
WLL TAKE PLACE JUNE 1 61ter spending the summer onl the lus- ' eir fSgaKpawr
willtak ri he newdute5 n Sl)-entertained by their patronesses, Mrs.
. Committees for the eirbreak- wil te u ernwdui I) ICharles Cook .fludMrs. Wellps Ben-
fast have been formed and plans areInttathe1uoHilCutrCub
nroceoln~ uole chir- ~ ~ ' ~'' '""i ', Wednesday, at luncheon; and by the
the enerl ~ e~ora~ng 11e1 sucesDetr~oit Alumnae at the Detroit Yacht
manship of Margaret Meyer, vice pres- the' Freshman Girls' Glee Club) heldl Club, Saturday. The chapter announ-
ident of the senior class, Bernice a canoe trip Friday afternoon. M iassces the pledging of Dorothy Fencel,
Staechler has been appointed chairmani Lydia Tanner, director of the Helen ,'31 of Cleveland.
of 'the finance committee, Betty Nor- Newberry residence, accompanied tos Zeta Tau Alpha were hostesses at
party; Miss M~ay A. Strong, (irectori a fo mal party last F{iriday evening.
ton, chairman of the program com-i of the glee club, was unab~le to at- On Thursday, the alumnae of Theta
mittee, Margaret Dow, chairman of the tend. Phi Alpha will entertain the seniors
ceremony committee, Edwina Hoga-; - at the Hounted Tavern.
dlone, chairman of the decoration com- Mr. and Mrs. Gottiob Gutekunst of;___
1029 Pontiac street, Ann Arbor, an-: The seniors of the Delta Delta Del-
mittece, and Helen Hause, chairman of nounce the engagement of their dai- t n h lh iDlasrrte
the nvittio comitte. gter, Leona Pearl to George B. Ahi, were guests of Mrs. C..T. Lyons, Mrs.
The breakfast will take place at jjr., '29, of Elmira, N. Y. Ann is a N. It. Seeley, Mrs. Horace King, and
9:30, Saturday morning, June 16, at memb~er of Kappa Delta Rho ffiatern- Mr-s. Carl Blraun at dinner on Tues-
the Michigan Union. The affair is ex-I ity, and Miss Gnitekunst is a gradu- (l ay at the Parton Hills Country Club.
elusively for senior women, including jate of Ypsilanti Normal. Tphe aniiiein- .-
senior nurses, and a few invited1 cement was made at a bridge party Members of Alpha Omicron Pi en-
guss Tces ilbeo al ngreen at her home yesterday. 'tertained their fathers at dinner Sat-
Barbour gymnasium the week preced-___
in te brakfat. AyoneunabetoI rolay night. Last Thursday, Mr. and
seurte beakt.e ayonelunraleto Kappa Delta enrtertained' at dimnnriMrs. William 0. Raymond were guests
secre ne her ma cal Mrgaet last Tuesday evening in honor &:, its at dinnler.
Meyer. ewnt~onses rs. C'. NV Eimlflfk.

d[ramatic one, declares Plot. E.verett
S. Brown of the political science de--
partment. One of the first things
ab)out the life of this potential first
lady which Professor Brown considl-
~1 aru ofi0 re 1jtj Ut iic cu11en!,e V i[1iiionI


is that Mrs. Hoover was the first-wo-
man to receive a degree in geology
from Stanford university. Like her'
husband, Mrs. Hoover is an enthusias~-
tic geologist, and she has accompanied
him on many of his "field trips.
A challenge to geologists and tran-
slatois during the early years of the
Hoovers' married life was the metal-
lurgical history, "De Re Metallica."
This wor'k was written by a German
scholar, George Batter, who signed
him,§elf "Agricola." The history wa-
written in medieval Latin, andl its ol)-
scurity required a translator with a
knowledge of both *Latmn and geologyv.
The Hoovers decided to attempt th
difficult task, andl after five years suc-
ceeded in turning out a translation
that woni a medal for them both.
It was when Mrs. H-oover was a
freshman at Stanford, Pro fessor Brown
:,elates, that she met Mr. H-oover, who
was then a senior. Following his
graduation, Mr. Hoover went to Aus-
tralia, and (luring his work there was
ft'ered the position of chief mining


the Orient.
This was about the time of the Box-
er uprising, andl the Hoovers suddenly
found themselves shut up in Tientsin.
MVrs. Hoover's career during that ex-
('iting period did not, contrary to re-
port, include the manning of. ma-
chine guns. She did, however, serve
tea to the amat'eur soldiers.
When Mr. Hoover was in Belgium
at the head of the Belgian Relief
Commission, Mrs. Hoover remained in
London, where they had been making
their home, and her husband made
frequent trips across the Channel.
Professor Brown believes that if
iHerbert Hoover is the next president,
the First Lady of the Land will be
a woman quite similar to Mrs. Cool-
idge, and possessing many of the
qualities that have made the present
First Lady so popular. Mrs. Hoover
:s a college graduate, a sorority wo-
mnan, reserved, but gracious and a
Ioodlimixer. Prof~essor Brown feels
shat she fulfills all the requirements
)f the much-talked of "highest type
of American womanhood," and be-
lieves that she deserves quite as hear-
Ey support as her husband.
Two vacancies ill my European travel
Troup visiting Lisbonl, Cadiz, Seville,
'Ta nkers, Gibraltar, and Algiers en-
MIRS. 11. I. CAKiE

a. nmajor event, many academnic stu-
dents have alre!,dy :signed up. TIh cre
w ill be eight events including basket-hal t r w so c r k k,5 - rd l s ,

relay, high jump, broad jump, hurdles,; and physic'al education major stui-
and discus. dente will act as .judges. It is re-'
Rhoda Tuthill, '28, is in charge of' Quested that all participants be n the
the meet, M arian Van iTuyl,. '28, .is' field at 8 o'clock in ordler that tihe
scorer', and members of the-,'a cub y i meet may start p~romply.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
High trade Repair Service

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Following the tradition of previous t "wPZLLJU5'' lt 5 ' vv____e~ue
yers te oenwil or lneamdMrs, B. Bailey, Mrs. Walter Hunt, and Collegiate Sorosis announces the cE
marh aoun th rom, he arredMrs. McCormick. The seniors will be1)( e ingof' Louisa Soukup, '830, andl oust,
Women blowing out a candle as they honored ate an informial dance to b1)I lermine Soukup, '81. S'atur
pass the speaker's table and and the hl a 9 lb
enggel omn akig lmo. ll Miss Elizabeth Al~xm, Somnrser, The Board of Governors of Adlelia
those who expect to be married within Kentucky, is a guest tis ek n 'esvrrsdne nlMs lc
theyea, wll alkomme aoun thirof Pi Beta Phi. The chapto ' will hioidl Lloyd entertainedl Miss Alta M. Schule,
i~h ,; fn' rnna 1 .i a, houseparty iJue 2 and 3 at Sil 'cr: director of the house, graduate stud- !

ptedl the offer, but swung round by
and the senlior's at a breakfast
'(lay at Hiuroun 1-ills ('ount ry


1115l)Washiteitaw Dial 3:1

cniirs for food 1li.w ,..
"Violets fot' Mary" is the title of 1ai
the senior play to be presented di-
retyafter the breakfast. Valerie Nen rsn eh~so v
Cates, '28EdI., the author, has laid the Kern left yesterday aftornloon for a)
;scene in a local fraternity house,,house party at Silvc'r latke. l~oating-,i
whose members do not date campus dancing and outdloor spoets wer°e the
women. The plot is .satirical in na- amusements planned "and the women
ture. Tryouts for the play will 1be will return to Ann Arbor late this af-j
held at 4:00 tomorrow afternoon in terfloon'.
Newberry hall and all senior women,
with or without dramatic experience, Mrs. 'Samuel T. Dana c -lAl iss Ma-
are urged to try out. dinner at the Clii Omeg hou r, Wed-
The general chairman of the play I nesday evening.
Evelyn Oghorn. She is assisted" by-
Ruth Ale, Phyllis Lawton, Helen Wro- Patronesses of Kappa Delta, Jrs.
ton, and Laura Osgood. B. F. Bailey, Mrs. Charles Edinondis,

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Merrick Rg=ienAwy
98e A w y ,074 people0 have walked over the MERRICK HEIRLOOM CHINE'SF-1
IUG which has been out on the sidewalk in front of Quarry's corner,-,
Nbmth University a:,nd State Street, Ann Arbor, for fourteen clays, from
3:00 A. M. to f0:30 P. M. in rain and sun, May 5th to May 191h, 1928.r
3tiss theai Ely of Pioneer, Oldo, Won the "Jewel Tree",
i~ugNowon ~isaRug by Guessing 98,137 S(~sN er
Rug ow n Dipla InQuarry's Wiiidow-It hw 'N er
C'olor's Like N ew -
Evenings by Appointment Only-Phone 3155
Outdoor Sports Callfor the
Smports Sweater
$95 to $6.50

A Frames made "j
o Order
St. Jewelers
ie in the '.Fein Curl
the Permanent

Ralph Ince
And a 11rilliant Tact

Torrential dramatization of a
great city's biggest under-
world thrills !
-f"Chicago After Midnight"

1'I Graduation Gilis
ii of Jewelry
C Everyone likes beautiful jewelry.
There are no more welcome grad-
1% uation gifts than some piece se-
lected from our large assortment.
Gifts that live4
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