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WEDNAY, MAV 11, 1932 tHE MICHIGAN DAILY -

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...Society Notes...

Introduced{

by B.A.C. '34
ComedyClub's presentation of
A.A. Milne's comedy, "Meet the
Prince" which opens this Thursday,
Glendora Gosling Is in Charge brings to Michigan camnpus the
of Affair to Be Held discovery of two actresses which
on Saturday have hitherto been unknown in
o u campus dramatic circles.
Miss Veneta Cook, '34, is playing
ALL MEMBERS INVITED the leading role of the show, that
of Jennifer. Miss Cook has been
Steak Supper at Forestry Cabin very; popular in 'Little Theatre'
Will Be Opening Feature work among the younger set in
Birmingham for the past several
of Entertainment. years, playing the lead in "Bab,"
"Take My Advice," and several
Active members of the Woman's other productions of merit.
Athletic Association who have not Miss Sally Pierce, '35, who has
responded to the invitation to at-been popular as leading lady in
- plays here in Ann Arbor during her
tend the outdoor party which is high school career, plays the second
being held Saturday are asked to lead. The unusual quality of Miss
call Glendora Gosling, '33 who is Pierce's voice makes her particular-

Adelia Cheever
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski and Mrs.-
Karpinski entertained the residents
of Adelia Cheever at dinner at their
home Monday night. Mrs. Edwin C.
Goddard, Miss Jeannette Perry, Mrs.'
Byrl Bacher, Dean Alice Lloyd, andj
Mrs. Charles Washburn sponsored'
the affair.r
After dinner Mr. Robert Karpin-
ski gave a travel talk to the guests.
He also showed them many inter-f
esting curios which he had brought
back from Indo-China.j
Delta Zeta
Delta Zeta entertained their sen-
ior members at dinner last Wednes-
day' night. The color scheme was
carried out in black and white,
black tapers and white sweet peas
being used in the decorations. Long
streamers with the tiny figures of
seniors in caps and gowns and
similar place cards completed the
decorative scheme. At this time
gifts were presented to the senior
women. Miss Goldia Lightfoot, '33,
of Flint, Michigan, acted as toast-
mistress.
Thursday night several guests'
were entertained at a rushing din-
ner. Decorations were carried out
by means of may-poles and colored
streamers, yellow nut cups and
yellow tapers.
Martha Cook A
Martha Cook residents entertain-
ed their mothers at a tea Saturday,
at a special Sunday morning break-
fast, and at a musicale following
the Sunday dinner. Jean Champion,
'33, played several violin selections
and Helen Bentley, '33, some pianot
pieces. Daisy Lavender, the chair-
man in charge, was assisted by
Grace Schulz, '32, Edna MacKenzie,
'32, and Sarah Lewis, '32.
Among the mothers present were
Mrs. L. F. Beane and Mrs. George
Schulz of Adrian; Mrs. Robert Bec-
kett, Mrs. A. Brisson, Mrs. 0. J.
Manary, and Mrs. Al J. Timm, all
from Bay City; Mrs. W. T. Bidwell
Russian Wives Have to
Work for Recognition

of Big Rapids; and Mrs. J. A. Cook
of Lansing.
From Detroit came Mrs. C. F.
Gilmore, Mrs. E. Lewis Hayes, Mrs.
T. J. Hennes, Mrs. Fanny Lasser,
Mrs. T. C. McCutcheon, Mrs. W. E.
Smith, Mrs. S. R. Champion, Mrs.
J. H. Campbell, Mrs. E. B. Daniels,
Mrs. A. S. Miller, and Mrs. H. B.
Read attended from Jackson.
Mrs. M. E. Charder, Mrs. H. E.
Cresswell, Mrs. J. C. Good, Mrs. C.
E. Thompson, and Mrs. J. M. Ran-
dall were the mothers from Flint.
Mrs. J. B. Cootes was present from
Cass City; Mrs. J. A. Hanning from
Morenci; and Mrs. H. Hugson from
Highland Park.
Mrs. Elizabeth Milne and Mrs.
Henry Abbitt attended from Grand
Rapids. The mothers from Battle
Creek were Mrs. W. H. Murphy and
Mrs. C. E. Willison. Mrs. L. M. Per-
rin came from Berwyn, Ill., and
Mrs. P. D. White from Highland
Park.
Mrs. Fredric B. Stevens, chair-
man of board of governors, poured
at the tea.
Helen Helmuth, '32, of Waco,
Texas, was elected president of
Martha Cook for the coming year.
Jean Perrin, '34, was chosen as the
vice-president. The secretary and
treasurer will be appointed later.
At dinner Monday night prizes
were awarded for songs written by
Olive Randall, '33, Florence Reed,
'33, Cathrine Wright, '33, Jean
Crawford, '33, and Dorothy Ab-
bitt, '33.
_e.sy Barbour
Residents of Betsy Barbour hon-
ored their mothers at a tea Satur-
day and at dinner. Sunday morning
they entertained them with a spe-
cial breakfast.
The mothers present were: Mrs.
Elliot of Albion, Mrs. Greene of
Owosso; Mrs. Park of Carro; Mrs.
Poat of Battle Creek; Mrs. Everett
of Kalamazoo; and Mrs. Higgens
and Mrs. Brown of Port Huron.
From Detroit there were Mrs.
Moule, Mrs. Ebby, Mrs. MacDonald,
Mrs. Rightmire, Mrs. Stapleton and
Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. E. C. Betz and
ent she is spending "her obscure
days taking a difficult course in the
manufacture of artificial silk."

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"A Russian wife may not bask in It was not until Madame Stalin
her husband's reflected glory. It is had been penalized for cutting
up toher, and to her alone, to win classes that her., position became
her place in the sun," according to generally known to the Anericans
an article "Marriage Makes No Ca- of Moscow. When they heard the
reers in the Land of the Soviets," tumor they organized a tour of the
appearing in a recent edition of Academy, unknowingly picked her
the "Literary Digest." out as a perfect type, and almost
The wife of Joseph Stalin is a took a picture of her before she
good example of this principle as objected to the near-by Russian of-
it works in Moscow. Her marriage ficials.
to the great man of Russia was not Madame Molotov, whose husband
even announced in the Moscow is premier of Russia, is also working
papers, nor has her name appeared in the All-Union Industry Academy
in them at any time since. At pres- along with Madame Stalin.

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