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Election To Be
Held Today For
secretary, T r e a s ure r,
Board To Be Voted Oi
Voting on candidates presented fo
election to League offices will begir
at 8 a. m. today in University Hal
and will continue until 5 p. in., in-
Oluding the noon hour, according t
jHelen DeWitt, '33, president of the
Polls will be in charge of the mem-
bers of the Judiciary Council unde
the direction of Margaret Schermack
'33, chairman of the council.
Candidates and the position fo
which they are running are: for pres-
ident, Grace Mayer, '34, and Harrie
Jennings, '34, for vice-president
Marian Giddings, '34, and Ruth Rob-
inson, '34, for secretary; Mary Stir-
ling, '35, and Nan Diebel, '35.
Nominations for Judiciary Counci:
offices are: for treasurer, Barbar
Bates, '35, and Hilda Kirby, '35, foi
senior representative, Ruth Kurtz
'34, and Frances Manchester, '34; foi
junior representative Kathleen Car-
penter, '35, Virginia Denne, '35, Max-
ine Maynard, '35, and Mary Sabin.
Names that have been submitted
for the post, of senior representative
on the League board of directors are
Mary Louise Kessberger, '34, Lenore
LeGendre, '34, Charlotte Simpson,'34,
and Josephine Woodhams, '34; for
junior representative, Mary Lou Els
pass, '35, Mary O'Brien, '35, Mar-
jorie Oostdyck, '35, and Virginia Rob-
erts, '35, for sophomore representa-
tive, Frances Carney, '36, Jane Haber,
'36, Margaret Hiscock, '36, and Eliza-
beth Rich, '36.
The voting is open to all under-
graduate, according to Miss DeWitt.
Carl Moore s
Selected Fo r
Miltary Bia II
Chicago Orchestra Is To
Play For Annual Dance;
Ticket. Sale Is Limited
Carl Moore's Orchestra was an-
nounced yesterday by Donald E.
Knight, '33E, general chairman of
the Military Ball Committee, as the
band selected to play for this year's
Bal which will be held April 28 at
the Union ballroom. .
The Morrison and Drake Hotels in
Chicago are included in .the large
number of well-known spots where
Moore has played so successfully in
the past, Knight said. He also had a
long run. at the Hotel Lowery in St.
Paul, Minn., and broadcast often
Tickets, priced at $3, will be placed
on sale this afternoon at the Union
main desk and at the headquarters
of the Reserve Officers' Training
Corps. In order to insure that there
will be no crowding on the ballroom
floor, the campus sale has been lim-
ited to 250 tickets, 150 of which are
already suscribed for by students in
the R. 0. T. C. who were given pref-
erence in the sale.
Members of the committee who
will also have tickets for campus dis-
tribution are Donald E. Knight, '33E,
general chairman, Emerson F. Com-
stock, '33E, Paul J. Firring, '33E,
Herbert H. Roosa, '33, Frederick S.
Kohl, '33E, William O. Sabom, '34,
John C. Healey, '35, Robert S. Fox,
'36E, and Terrill Newnan, '36.
Mayer, Jennings Run For League Presidency
Orchestra For Houses Busy
Senior Ball To With Rushing
Be Considered Parties, Guest,
Isham Jones, hal Kemp, Several sororities are having rush-
Ted Weems, Jam Garber ng parties and others are entertain-
ing guests who are here with the Cm-
Possibilities For Dance cinnati Women's Glee Club during its
stay in Ann Arbor.
Several bands are being considered ALPHA PHI
to play for the Senior Ball, accord- Memoers of Alpha Phi sorority will
ing to John Huss, '33, co-chairman entertain Count Carlo Sforza with a
of the ball committee. . dinner tonight. Several faculty mem-
Isham Jones, who was unable to bers, including Dean W. R. Humph-
make his engagement last year and reys, Prof. Arthur L. Cross, and Prof.
was replaced by Coon-Sanders, is one Joseph R. Hayden and Mrs. Hayden
of the possibilities for the 1933 dance. will be present.
Ted Weems, who will play for the ALPHA OMICRON PI
Northwestern University Senior Ball Three members of the Cincinnati
this week will be approached, ac- Women's Glee Club will be the guest
cording to Huss. of Alpha Omicron Pi during their
Other orchestras which are being stay in Ann Arbor.
considered for this last class dance CHI OMEGA
( of the year are Hal Kemp and Jan Chi Omega sorority will entertain
Garber. tonight with a rushing dinner for
seven guests. Spring flowrs will dec-
orate the tables. In connection with
Faculty Women's. the visit of the Cincinnati Women's
Glee Club in Ann Arbor, Elizabeth
Sections Entertain Meyer, a member of that organiza-
tion, will visit the house during her
Members of the Monday evening stay here.
drama section of the Facuity Wom- DELTA ZETA
en's Club were entertained by the Delta Zeta sorority announces the
members of the Tuesday afternoon pledging of Vivian McCarty, Grad.,
Grace Mayer, '34, and Harriet Jennings, '34, are the two candidates
for League presidency to be voted on at the elections today in
University Hall. Other League offices will also be voted on at this
Cincinnati Women's Glee Club
To Be Guests At Ruthven Tea'
The members of the Cincinati opportunity to meet various members
Women's Glee Club and the Univer- of the University administration and
C ifv U nnn I -n 1 h 1 . . 1 . .-
s by women's Glee c lub togetner
with their directors, Mr. Sherwood
Kains and Miss Nora Crane Hunt,
of the University music school, and
Mxs. Karl P. Slough, chaperon of
the visitors, will be honor guests at
the regular Wednesday afternoon tea
to be held by President Alexander G.
Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven.
The guests will present an infor-
mal song program at 3:30 p. m. to-
day in the League Grill and will at-
tend the Ruthven tea at 4 p. m.:
The concluding event of the Cin-
cinnati women's two-day visit will
be the formal reception to be given
in their honor at 8 p. m. today in
the Grand Rapids room of the'
League. The visitors will have an
Lace And Organdie
On Black Poplar
At UT.-. iA-rA A
of the faculty 0f theCmusic school play-reading section of the organiza-
during the evening. They will also tion at the latter's regular meeting
present their concert program, as held yesterday.
previously announced. Business was discussed and tea
Among those who have been asked served. Hostesses were Mrs. Ben-
to attend the affair are: President jamin F. Bailey, chariman, Mrs. J.
Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs. Raleigh Nelson, Mrs. Samuel A. Gra-
Ruthven, Dr. Charles A. Sink and ham, Mrs. Lowell J. Carr, Mrs. Paul
Mrs. Sink, Dean Joseph A. Bursley H. Geiger, Mrs. Dwight L. Dumond,
and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Alice C. Mrs. Albert Rousseau, Mrs. Albert
Lloyd, Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Miss Henriette Scranton, Mrs. Fred
Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss Ellen B. S. Durham, Mrs. George Bingham,
Stevenson, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Mrs. Thomas H. Reed, Mrs. Harvard'
Prof. Earl V. Moore and Mrs. Moore, I B. Vincent, Mrs. Earle W. Dow.
Prof. Arthur Hackett and Mrs. Hack-
ett, Prof. James Hamilton and Mrs. Coinstock Entertained
Hamilton, Prof. Laura C. Littlefield, ms k te
Prof. Joseph Brinkman and Mrs. By Demlocratic Wonien
Gov. William A. Comstock and
Prof. Mabel Ross Rhead, Prof. Lee Mrs. Comstock were guests of honor
0. Case and M rs. Case, Prof. Nich- at a spring luncheon held Tuesday
i olassFalcone and Mrs. Falcone, Prof. at the Hotel Olds in Lansing. The
Wassily Besekirsky and Mrs. Bese-,L luncheon was sponsord by the Demo-'
krsky, Prof. Albert Lockwood, Prof. cratic women from Kent County,
David Mattern and Mrs. Mattern. 1 . - --I- -
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Officers elected for the coming
year by the members of Zeta Tau
Alpha were: president, M y r t I e
Cooper, '34; vice-president, Rhodetta
Lepisto, '35, secretary;Kathryn Hilde-
brand, '35; treasurer, Lois Zimmer-
man, '36; historian, Charlotte End-
y Prof. Otto J. Stahl, Prof. Palmer
Christian and Mrs. Christian, Miss
An emphasis on the use of lace and Thelma B. Lewis, Miss Edith Koon,
stiffened organdie with black seem- Miss Louise Nelson, Miss Thelma
ed to be quite the favorites among Newell, Miss Louise Cuyler, Mr. Hun-
the feminine element seen dancing ter Johnson, Mr. Glenn D. McGeoch,
Saturday night at the Union. Mr. Kenneth R. Osborne, Dr. and
Helen Bailey, Grad., who is well Mrs. Schoenfeld.
known for her work in artistic cir-
cles, were a long gown of black that
featured a cape banded with tiers W here lo Go
of creamy white lace. Miss Jane
Ross, of Jackson, -a guest of Miss
Bailey wore black trimmed with cape Motion Pictures: Michigan, "42nd
sleeves of white organza. Street;" Majestic, "They Just Had To
Helen Rosenberg, '35, also a chose
a gown of black with a white top, Get Married;" Wuerth, "Hot Satur-
while in the same party we saw a day;" Art Cinema League, "Kam-
clever treatment of sequins in an al- eradschaft," 8:15 p. in., Lydia Men-
most vest-like arrangement over ,a delssohn Theatre.
black Sunday night dress. Lectures: Count Carlo Sforza,"The
Against the general effect of black Lectur s ticarlo f The
and white -we got an impression of 'wo Impe-ialistic Dreams of The
4 splash of color that we later iden- Great Powers; The Balkans and The
tified as Jane Rayen, '33Ed, vice- Colonial Illusion," 4:15 p. in., Na-
president of the League, in a flowing tural Science Auditorium; Max Mon-
gown of red chiffon. And Shirley Ver- tor, readings from "Nathan der
nor, '35, knew what she was doing W e
when she chose almost the same Weise," 4:15 p. m., Lydia Mendel-
shade as her hair. We were not sure ssohn Theatre.
whether it was green net that trim- Concerts: The University of Michi-
med the chartreuse gown worn by gan Band, 8:15 p. m., Hill Auditorium
Mary Jane Cummings, '34.
Betty Bergener, '34, of the J.G.P., (Prof. Joseph Brinkman, pianist)
and Mary Jane Bush, '34, were also Receptions: President Ruthven and
there. And in the same group we Mrs. Ruthven, receiving from 4 to 6
noticed Jeanette Green, '35, in a p. m. at the President's Residence.
long gown of dark green and red,
and Barbara Jean Owens, '35, in a
black satin frock trimmed with light The AModern Idea in travel
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