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7, APRIL 21, 1932

- T MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVEI

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Frances
ALTA PLACE NAMEL
ASSISTANT: T HREE
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Elizabeth Cooper, Ruth Dubme,
and Joan arnette to Head
Sub Committecs.S
WILL PICK( AIDES SOON

anctiester

Elected

Chairmaf,71.,

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H sry 0F Sororiies

!TICKETS9 AVAILABLE
morn rir nnFrr

By Malrgaret O'Brien]
All Campus Women Urged to
!uncd i: s grup yucg ,o- the roman symbol of knowledge,
ini hh a diamond in the center and lCome; Money to Be Given
Pm : cV d ir pearls at the base. The soror- to Undergraduate Fund.-
g uela! liire god o it y rmagazine, "The Lamp," towhich___-
li--,; all of the chapters contribute, is! Tickets for the first annual
bips, Delta Zela caum into iublished four times a year. League dinner dance are now onr
x mnQ2 Oatobs 2. 1902. at M imi The altruistic work of the soror- sale, according to Elsie Feldman,;
uiivcisity in Oxford, ( ix Ity is organized around the Delta '33, who is in charge of their dis-1
Th sorority has pursuac a con e- ta Community center in Vert, tribution. They may be obtained at

Ethel McCo k Uervative policy of expansion, b-- Kentucky. Since 1922, all chapters the main desk of the League,:
el cormickUrgesWo in neener ultla-coservative or have cooperated in this one large through Miss Feldman at 23281, or
Wishing to Work on Play ultra-progressive. Since its found- social project, which has gradually through any member of the cen-I
to Keep upGrades. g. it has added on an average of expended from a two room school tral committee, and are priced atf
to eeaupe a t to its roll, in- consisting of grammar and high four dollars and fifty cents.
Frances Manchester was elected easing this amont in the past school units, and now includes a Sc ority members or indepen-
general chairman of next year's fift:en}years. its strength is mostly girls' dormitory, teachers' accomo- dents who wish to sit in groups may,
Junior Girl's Play yesterday after- eoncentrated in Ohio and Indiana actions, and a larger curriculum obtain table reservations through
roia ihe nucleus of its birth- ernbracing all grade work and a Kathin eFern,'32,assitan
noon at a meeting of the women place Oxford. At present there are high school education leading at Katherine Ferrin, 32, assistant
of the class of '34, which was held ,ifty eight chapters, ranging all admission to any college chairman. The ticket sale will fol-l
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Th over ahe country, ncst of them be- The center reaches adults, as the lnicthball beinusedntricted to wo-
other eletins wein;toAta lae, .1.:aced in the large state urn- buildings are available to them on men.
aoor, chirman of finance; iuth ;Zt wiC'~ g Sundays and evenings, community "Because the money will be turn-;
Coope, chirma of inane;}Rth rh,,Deta Zeta flow er is the Kil- gather-ings being held. The center doe oteUdrrdaeCm
Duhe, chairman of properties; m and its badge is the lamp, is located eighteen miles from the d over, to the Undergraduate Ca a
and Joan Barnette, chairman o' am phk rose, i eei is the cia- carest railroad, in the heart of the mpaign fund, we are asking that all
programs. a-womenose)c--pu--mr railsdrithsoethtatthoith
Other Appointments To Be Made. mountain district, so that it fur- selves in this dance statd Evely
Appointments to the other com- hes the only means or cultura Neilson, general chairman.
positions will be contact to the people of this region.
made somehimen s this spring and ll.Prominent alumnae of the organ-
next fall and work on the arrange- nqi ation include its seven national Womenjournalsts
ments for the production will begin residents, Alpha Lloyd Hayes, Eli-
ti d once. zabth Coulter StephensonMartha of Purdue Sponsor
Miss McCormick Gives Talk. ZLouise Railsback, Rene Sebring.
Miss Ethel McCormick, socia- Smith, Julia Bishop Soleman, Annie Traditional Banquet:
director in the office of the Deari Committee Appointments Made Simmons Friedline, and Myrtle
of Women, addressed the group sn Program for Banicet Galtor Malott, as well as the pres- (Ii
urging the women to keep their ent president of this province, Mrs. LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 20.--The
work at a high enough standard to Honoring Officers. Adolph Sooks. annual Meow banquet of Purdue,
remain eligible if they desired to ___ =-sponsored by Scribes, women's hon-1
work on the play. She also out- Committee appointments 'or ar- USICALSORORITY orary journalistic organization, was
lined the development of the play rangements for the ani1 League HOLDS INITIATION held last night.
since the days when it was pres- Installation Pan luet wv oe announc- -Copies of a "scandal sheet" edit-
ented in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall ed yesterday by Marg;et Scher-!uped by the pledges were distributedi
as an honor to the senior women " .>,-e-Buffet Supper Is Held in Cave d th
until now when it is one of the ]ack, '33, general chairman. Her diion awarsere esented,
principle means of support for the assistants will include Constance yincluding a diploma for the co-ed'$
undergraduate campaign fund. Giefel, '33, chairman of patronesses, D O nenrolled longest in the university
Jean Botsford, general chairman - o, '33, chai n of - sDelta, Omicron,nationalmusic s n e o
of this year's play, "No Man'siriam Root, 33, chairman of tic sorority, held a patroness initiation a fish net for the co-ed who has:
Land," advised the women to select . ets, and Eleanor Allen, '34, chair- for Mrs. Keppie Henderson at 5:30 most often been "tried and found
people who were willing to co- man of tables. Tuesday night -in the garden room wanting," a train to send the most
operate with the committees. The banquet will be held at 6:15 of the League building. beautiful co-ed to Atlantic city,
o'clock, Monday, May 2, in the main After the initiation ceremony, in salve and a pipeline for the two
ballroom of the League, and retir- which the patronesses alumnae, and
NOTICE ing and incoming officers of the active members participated, and pin cushion for the co-ed known
Young women students w h o League, members of the judiciary Miss Erie Weber officiated, the hfraternity on dlrig n er u1
hold a life membership in the - council and of the League board of party had a buffet supper in the years in college a spade for the
Michigan League may fOW s- directors, and chairman of import- Cave . Mrs. A. S. Van Sickle, Mrs. best gold-digger, and a large hand
cure a refund of nine dollars on ant committees have been invited Clarence Johnston, Mrs. E. E. Love, mirror for the co-ed who consideredt
this year's tuition fee by present- to attend. Mrs. Victor Brown, Miss Sarah herself the most bea tiful.
ing their life membership cards The program is tentative as yet, Wheadon, and Miss Nora Wetmore ________
at the Alumnae Council Office in but will probably include speeches were hostesses.
the League building. The office by Miss Alice C. Lloyd, the new and Mrs. Henderson, whose home is in
is open from 8 to 12 o'clock and old presidents, and others. The Scotland, was presented with a bo- MIME O G RAP HING
from 1:30 to 5 o'clock. new officers will formally take of- quet of spring flowers. For the past Prompty d neaty done jn
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, lice at installation ceremonies im- year she has ben visiting her cousin our o shop by c etent
in charge of League funds. mediately following dinner, and will and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dow operators at mderate rates.
assume their duties directly. An of Bairton Hills, and will leave 0* D. M 0 R R I L L
orchestra has not yet been engaged. Thursday for her home. 314 S. State St.,Ann Abor.

',,it e t T
Chi Oint~g-. Miss Helen Pai menter at a formal
Chii Omega .wish to announce dinner Wednesday evening. The ac-
the pledging o Lihel Howard, '35, iye miemrS 1'of the sorority will
Pontiac, Michigan, on 'Taesday eve- be the guests of the pledges and,
fing. Wednesday the sorority held new initiates at. a formal dance
a rushing dinn( for four guests. "Satuday night.
Tonight four piOtLt cs of the GaEnmmita Phi Beta.
chapter, is. A. L. Jcoby, Miss;Gamma Phi held a rushing
Ruth I-ssinge Miss Eleanor Wi- inner WednPhdy evening. Spring
man, and Miis- Lucy Austin, will be nowers ma;. a ttractive table de-
honored at dinner. Saturday night orations.
the pledges and new initiates will ratians.
honox the active members at a3Mosher fail.
formal dance. Mosher Hall will entertain as
Delta Gamma guests of honor at tea this after-
L Delta Gamma honored Miss Alice nroor the former esideits of the
Lloyd, dean of women, Miss Jean- dormitory.
ette Perry, assistant dean of wo- Martha Cook.
men, Miss Ellen Stevenson, Mrs. Martha Cook honored a few mem-
Beryl Fox Bacher, Miss Ethel Mc- bers of the faculty at dinner last
Cormick, Miss Dorothy Ogborn, and night. Annabelle Larges, '32 Ed,
- -- -- --- ----- ----- ---was in charge of the affair. The
guests included Prof. P. W. Slosson
and Mrs. Slosson, Prof. A. W. Brom-
age and Mrs. Bromage, Prof. M. S.
Pargment and Mrs. Pargment, Prof.
W. Besekitsky and Mrs. Besekitsky,
Prof. D. L. Dumond and Mrs. Du-
mond, Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E. Koella, and
Scores to Determine Class in Mi. and Mrs. W. R. Good.
Which Entrants Will Adelia Cheever.
Adelia Cheever entertained at
Participate. their annual mothers house party
----I April 2 and 3. There were ten
Continuing the spring tourna- guests present. Saturday dinner,
ments the qualifying round for the the Junior Girls' Play and Sinday
archery tournament will consist of were enjoyed by the mothers.
24 arrows which are to be shot by ---- -

Dr.

John G. Winter Appears
as Principal Speaker
on Program.

Eta Sigma Phi, the Michigan
chapter of the national classical
honorary society, held its annual
formal banquet last night at the
League building. Marie Sisson, '33
Ed, acted as toastmistress.
A welcome to the new members
was given by Pauline Picchiottino,
'32, and the response on behalf of
the new members was given by
Hope van Landegend. Dr. John
Garrett Winter, professor of Latin
language and literature, was the
principal speaker on the program.
As honorary members the chap-
ter: has elected Prof. H. A. Sanders
o the Latin and Greek department,
Mfr::. Craig and Miss Cape of the
University high school Latin do-
partment. The following students
have been elected to membership
this year: Ferrand Baker, Grad.,
LAiris Brandt, Ed Martha Buchan-
an, Grad., Catherine Bunnell, Grad.,
Thelma Cooper, '32, Vincent di Pas-
quale, Elizabeth Dorr, Grad., Lester
Houck, '33, Thomosene Lewis, '32,
Elizabeth Linehan, Malcolm Mc-
Gregor. Grad., Marie Sisson, '33,
Claire Sliney, '33, Pauline Steven-
son, Grad., Albert Ter Meer, '33,
Marguerite Timm, '33, and Hope
van Landegend.

BlNQUET, HELD BY
HOgNORlARY SOCIETY

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May 9. Scores will determine in
which tournament the entrants will
participate.
There iill be a beginners and an
advanced tournament. In the for-
mer there will be a handicap. In
the latter participants will shoot
the regular columbia round. Shoot-
ing will continue during the week
of May 16 to May 20.
There will be opportunities to
shoot for practice from 4 to 6
o'clock every Tuesday and Wednes-
day afternoon as'well as in all ar-
chery classes. Women may sign on,
the bulletin board at Barbour gym-
nasium or at the Women's Athletic
building if they have not already
done so.
Katherine Rentschler, '33, is in
charge of the tournament with Miss
Dorothy Beise, instructor in phy-
sical education, acting as advisor.

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SPRING11SALE-
Today only we are offering all sorts of straws and
softies in the latest popular colors-unbelievably
priced at
$00
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. only
604 East Liberty
r, jlo -

IA bout 100 New Spring Frocks

WOMEN AND MEN 1
EQUAL IN BOWLING1
Mrs. McCutcheon Acts as Host-
ess and Rolls Perfect Score.
"Bdwling is perhaps the only
sport in which the leading women
athletes can compete on even terms
with the best men playing the
game," says William E. Brandt in
an article in the April issue of "THE
AMERICAN."
He cites the example of Mrs.
Florence D. McCutcheon, a gray-
haired woman in her early forties,I
who is the official hostess of the
American Bowling Congress and
who will meet the European teams,
both men and women, when they
come to New York next year for
the World's International Bowling
Tournament. Though never having
had a bowling ball in her hand un-1
til she was 35 years old, Mrs. Me-
Cutcheon defeated Jimmie Smith
in 1927, then the nation's leading
bowler, by a score of 704 over his
686.

Can We Bake A

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livery Thursday evening Chicken
Pie is special at Dearborn Inn.
The University staff is cordially
incited to this real New England
Inn for faculty dinners and teas.
f r.:s-portetion for groups ar-
ran -c d by the Inn. able d'hote
dinners and a choice of two
luncheon menus in the Early
American Dining Room. A la
carte service in the English Cof-
fee Shop. Colonial Lounge.
Recreation Room. 'Phone Dear-
born 1810 for reservations.
Ample parking space and garage.

Eaton Highland Vellum
White, Grey or Ivory
24 SHEETS AND ENVELOPES
3-3c
Regular 50c Value
Complete Assortment of
Mother Day Cards ............5 and 35c
The MAYER-SCHAIRER cO.

PRICED FOR
A Good Selectior of Sizes

There are Dresses for every occasion, all new and desirable
Fabrics and Colors-One-piece Dresses and
Jacket Frocks.

MISSES, WOMEN'S & HALF SIZES

A QUICK CLEARAWAY

Our Regular
$14.75 and $16.95
DRESSES

(Including 14 Formals
that were
$19.75)

DON'T FORGET THE
MILITARY BALL
On Friday the 29th
AT THE MICHIGAN UNV'N

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STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BINDERS
OFFICE OUTFITTERS

COME EARLY FOR BEST CHOICE.
THERE ARE JUST ABOUT 100-AND

Opposite the Ford Airport

112 South Main Street

Phone 4515

THEY'LL SELL QUICKLY!

Oakwood Boulevard Dearborn

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Dresses at the price of $9.85' are
nothing new to you, but values
like these at $9.85 are seldom
to be found. Marilyn never ex-
aggerates its statements, but in
this instance, we would be unfair
to ourselves if we did not state
that these dresses are being sold
at considerably less than the whole-
sale cost. As we NEVER buy spec-
ial lots for sale purposes, you are
assured of bona-fide values-in
other words, you will really get
$14.75 and $16.95 dresses for
$9.85. THAT IS MARILYN'S
METHOD OF BUILDING UP
ITS GOODWILL!

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