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Dance to

Be Given at



T Party Will Be at Barton Hills
P , p S iThis .Afternoon.


Famous FaclIt Women

- --[By Elsie Feldman I
Honoring the active members of The Junior Association of Amer-
the Woman's Athletic Association, UicanUniversity Women will hold a When Elizabeth Caroline Crosby is broadly read in general literature
Jack Albin's Popular Orchestra the executive board will hold a cab- benefit bridge this afternoon at the came to the University in 1920 no and she knows a- good deal about
Will Fur h party today. The members of o-home of Mrs. L. W. Oliphant of one dreamed that she would be the drama. She is especially fond of
uihe party will meet at 11 o'clock at Other Michigan Colleges lBton Hills. s ht d biographies and adventure stories.
Music.the Palmer Field house and will in Second Dance Symposiui Committee chairmen who have called Dean Huber's right hand Her hobby is a little house which
be driven to the Forestry cabin HT p t planned this affair are as follows: man," as she is so fondly named she owns with a friend of hers in
MEN MAY BUY TICKETS -here steaks will be cooked over f Held in This Country. Mrs. Leslie F. Rittershofer, Miss Al- by all of her colleagues, students, Petersberg. It is currounded by
the fire. It is planned that they will ta B. Atkinson, Miss Dorothy Og-
return about 2:15 o'clock in time DR. BELL TO OFFICIATE born, Miss Margaret Ruth Smith, n den and dogs. She has been abroad
Buffet Supper, to Be Served at for the dance symposium. - Mrs. Donald Mrs. Franklin Dean Carl G. Hubers work
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ iMcLean, Itiesne~ehsbe eet
1 :30, Will Feature Glendora Gosling, '33, is general P. E. Junior Majors to Present Kuenzel, Miss Anna Dunlap, and whether it be class, laboratory, o study at the Institute at Amster-
Affair. chairman 0f the affair and has as . Miss Ruth Merrick. research Dr. Crosby is by his side. dam for brain research. At present
____tlier assistants Margaret Martindale, Original Compositions Guests of honor will be: Mrs. Petersberg, Mich., is Dr. Crosby's she and Dean Huber are collaborat-
Beginning the first of whe annual '34SM, who has planned a program Without Music. Alexander G. Ruthven, Miss Maude birthplace where she was raised ad ing Dr. Oriens Kappera, director
of games and stunts, and Marjorie -- Hagle, Mrs. Paul Welch, Mrs. Louis went to school. In 1910 she receiv- of brain research at Amsterdam in
spring League supper dances over Elsworth, '32, who with the outdoor Michigan will meet with four Karpinski, Mrs. Walter Staebler, ed her B.S. from Adrian College and a revision and a translation of his
two hundred couples will gather cooking club has planned the lunch, other colleges at 2:15 o'clock this i and Mrs. George Alder. in 1912 an M.S. from University of evolution of the nervous system.
tonight in the ballroom of the There will be no charge. In case afternoon to present a dance sym- The purpose of this bridge is to Chicago was conferred upon her. Dr. Crosby is a woman who lives
League building. Jack Albin's Ho- of rain the party will be postponede . assist in the national philanthropic At this time she received a fellow- in her work and devotes all of her
tel Gibson orchestra has been se- until Saturday, May 14. posium, he ons work of the organization. ship in the anatomical department time to it. One can easily say that
telGisonorhetrahabene-be held in this country. _____ and earned position as an assist- she fulfills her position as one of
cured for the affair and will begin The colleges which will join Mich- _ ant. She was awarded a PhD. in Michigan's famous faculty women.
their music at 8 o'clock concluding igan to psnts us d -1915 also from the University of
lET 11 ~~~~~~ia t pesent this unusual den- trdteUiest fCiaos(Pit n oln
at 12 o'clock.r Chicago. Up to the time she en-
- nstration are, in the order of their; e tered the University of Chicago she Prits ad Woolens
With almost a complete sellout ;napearance, following M i c hi ga n, U majored in mathematics, but was
tickets may be purchased by men, ,III 1the Michigan State Normal at Yp- h "side-tracked" by the field of sci- A heve New Sphere
according to Evelyn Neilson, '33, jsilanti, next, Western State Teach- snce, sa lizin mind cherativef
general chairman, at the main desk ers College at Kalamazoo, the Bat- aoien'siarto neurology. Her doctorate was writ- Sprig Season
of the League. Tickets are priced Speech Society Holds Founder's tle Creek Physical Education School.Women's Organization to Give unog her docorai teAer
tenParthe foorebaunboathe mer~-From advance late-spring show--
p unti thars and may e obtamnede Day Dinner for Local and lastly the Detroit Teachers Col- Party for Husbands ican Alligator."
Featuring the affair, a buffet Chapter. lege. Tonight. Dr. Crosby returned immediately ings, Chanel has again captured
p: Demnstration to Be Informal. to Petersberg where she taught for the fancy of well-dressed women
supper will be ed t ihian will be represented by The members of the Michigan a while and then was superintend- the world over with their dainty
o'clock being included in the price Founders' Day for the Michigan I etMoiscool.aIn190iselcmeepintdpslksschctcidlony an
of the tickets. Tables will be set I chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, national the junior majors in the physical chapter of University Dames will ent of schools. In 1920 she came printed silks chic chiffonsand
up at this time. ! speech sorority, was celebrated by a education school and in intermedi- entertain their husbands tonight pro the University as an assistant widely woven wools
Jack Albin's orchestra, known in formal banquet h e I d Thursday ate group which has been studying at their annual spring party b p oin of an o e
the midwest because of its broad- night at the Michigan Union, with Miss Emily White. The sym- I pro- Several of these -latest creations
casting over WLW in Cincinnati The program consisted of speech- posium will be an informal demon- given at 8 o'clock in Sarah Caswell fessor In this department Dean were noticed on campus this week,
is particularly popular in the East, es which were built about the dra- stration, each group showing its IAngell Hall., Huber lectures and has complete among them being a stunning beige
having had successful runs at the matic and forensic benefits of Zeta i type of work in technique, free work The dramatic group under the charge of the recitation sections wool ensemble with black-and-tan
Statler hotel in Buffalo and at the Phi Eta. The titles for these speech- and dances. Michigan will also direction of Mrs. William Lucas has aid the laboratory work. She helps kid slippers and webbed fse to
Hotel Pennsylvania in New York. es were taken from plays. Kathryn show rhythm accents, dynamics .o materially with research students match. A twisted turban-effect hat-
Dean Wil Capeone Kunrt,'33, sokeon "he adyandciace frms Th juiorma-charge of the arrangements for the who are working on their doctor- beautifully set oft her delicate feat-
Deans Will Chaperone. Kunert, '33ti spoke onl "The Lady anal dance form. The junior ma-'at TopysTlerH bnd aesuesndetatnefdum de
Mr. Alexander G. Ruthven and With The Lamp." Alice Schleh, '32, jjors will show composition without party. Two plays, "Their Husband,"jaes. ures and lent a tone of du monde.
Mrs. Ruthven, Miss Ethel McCor- used the title "The Greeks Had A music which they onginated them- by Alice Gerstenberg and "The Re- According to Dean Huber, as a Patou is not far behind other
mick and Walter B. Rea, assistant Word For Them." Mrs. Mary Kent- selves. The pattern was worked out hearsal," by Christopher Morley will woman she is one of the most out- Parisienne rivals, if the newest eve-
to the dean f|Miller Tennant represented the with the aid of Miss White.standing research investigators in Ring gowns, among which are feat-
toteda of students, will act Mle Tnatrpeetdthithteado isWie be the features of the program. The I cmparative neurology. For a ser- ured clinging chiffons a la noire,
as chaperones to the dance. The alumnae and Lillian Dietrich,- '34. Dr. Margaret Bell, director of . ofarte to have olabor- wtexqiite erins a acce-
central committee includes Jose- represented the pledges. physical education, will give a brief rmission between hsee playses of years the two have olabor- with exquisite earrings and aces-
phine Timberlake, '32, assistant As part of the program the pledge welcome address. Miss Donabelle will be taken up by an instrumen- ated in monographic computations sories of turquoise to match, are
chairman, Elsie Feldman, '33, group presented a pant'omine en- Keys, of Michigan State Normal, I tal trio which is composed of Mr. on neurology and all of the papers any criterion. The characteristic
chairman of tickets, Mary O'Brien, titled "The Wreck of the Hesper- and Miss Emily White will act as and Mrs. Henry Rofe and Mrs. War- are signed Carl G. Huber, and Eli- patou cuff is much in evidence. Eg-
'35, chairman of decorations, Hel- OS." Ihostesses. Other women who will ren Good. Mrs..Ily Jenkins and Mrs. zabeth Caroline Crosby. Their par- gshell satins have almost been
en Mason, '34, chairman of music. Following' the custom of previous I introduce their groups are MissWillis Brown are directing the plays ticular field of work has been the prominent in the style centers of
Katherine Ferrin, '32, chairman of years at this banquet a Zeta Phi 'Ruth Murray of Detroit Teachers and Mrs. Jack Jakob, Mrs. Daniel diencephalon in 'reptiles and birds the continent.
floor, Anne Mitchell, '35, chairman Eta Girl was eleated. Eleanor M. College, Miss Katherine Thielan, of Cavanaugh and Mrs. Carol Huff are which is a very fundamental study The general trend of the fashion
of food, and Katherine MacGregor, Gilmore who acted as toastmistress Western State Teachers College, in charge of properties. of the important brain regions and mart is towards a model effect, em-
'34, chairman of publicity. for the banquet was chosen for this and Miss Jesse Cameron, of the There will be bridge and dancgin can be applied later to the human phasizing the springy 'touch which
nafter the program. The University brai is the desire of all well-dressed wo-
T honor. Battle Creek Physical Education h .igh School orchestra will furni She is essentially a student and men of the season.
The Michigan chapte'x of Zeta School.__ ___
E Phi Eta was established on April Juniors to Take Part. the music. ____- - -=
27, 1929. The national organization Junior majors who will take partI
I has been in existence since 1893. in the demonstration are Helen An- Schremser '35. Jacoueline Snell '35 LI

Horsemen Invited to Initial Ride
on Sunday; Start to Be From
Mullison's Stables.
Beginning the first of a series, a
supper ride will be held at 4:30
o'clock Sunday afternoon, May 1,
and will last until 7 o'clock.
The group will leave from Mr.
Mullison's Fairguround Stables. The
cost will be two dollars which will
include both the ride and the sup-
per. The supper will be a surprise
and will be prepared by Mr. and
Mrs. Mullison.
Anyone wishing to go may call
and order a favorite horse from Mr.
Mullison at 7418. The ride will be
along the Huron River out towards
Dexter. Supper will be eaten at
Delhi. The supper ride will be car-
ried out much like those held last
Luncheon for Alumnae
to Be Held at League
The Physical Education Alumnae
luncheon will be held at 12 o'clock
today, at the League building, and
will be attended by graduates in
the vicinity, senior students in the
physical education major school,
and staff members of the depart-
Miss ! Jeannette Saurboin, pres!-
dent of the alumnae and instruc-
tor in University High School, will
be in charge of the luncheon.
DeKoven, Ky., once the head-
quarters of the Ohio Valley Rail-
road, is now without a railroad sta-


All Crew Members, Supervisors,
Team Captains and Student sub-
scription salespeople who wish to
avail themselves of the opportunity
for free scholarship's made possible
thiro ugh .thee courtesy of ;the National
MNagaziae Publisher's again this year
are requested to apply to the national
.organizer M. Anthony Steele, Jr.,
Box 244, San Juan, Porto Rica, stat-
ing qualifications fully.

dree, Ruth Birdseye, Florence Bon-
isteel, Jean Botsford, Helen Bren-
ner, Wilma Clizbe, Nelda Dover, I
Emma Greicus, Lelia Hendricks,
Norma Hicks, Virginia Johnston,
Genevieve Lawson, Mary Marshall,
Katherine Rentschler, Laura Som-
mers, and Alice Stryker.
M e m b e r s of the intermediate
group who will take part are Betty
Little, '35, Frances Manchester, '34,
. ",bie Morley, '34, Mary Pray, '34,
C a L h e r i n e Robinson, '32, Ethel

Mary Sterling, '35, Lotta Stern, '34,
Rose Strasser, '34, Phyllis Swift, '34,
Carlotta Weilbrecht, '34, Velma Wil-
son, '35, Harriet Jennings, '34, Helen
Bernthal, '34, Martha Boehmer, '32,
Helen Clark, '34, Margaret Cole, '34,
Ruth Duhme, '34, Dorothy Felske,
'32, Virginia Frink, '35, and Billie
Griffiths, '35.
Fossil remains of dragon flies
whose wings measured 27 inches
from tip to tip have been found.

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