THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Of New Officersj
Big Ten Beauty Winner
Chosen As President.
Josephine McCausey, '34, wasj
elected president of Panhellenic As-
sociation at the February meetingI
held yesterday in the League. Other
officers elected were Helen Sqott, '34,
recording secretary; Ruth Kurtz, '34,
rushing secretary; and Marjorie Ar-
nold, '34, treasurer.
The new officers will take office at
the March meeting of the associa-
tion. The elections were conducted'
by Evelyn Neilson, '33, retiring pres-
ident. Other retiring officers are re-
cording secretary, Vinselle Bartlett,
'33; rushing secretary, Adele Ewing,
'33; treasurer, Jean Bentley, '33.
After the treasurer's report, show-
ing a balance of about $425, Panhel-
lenic voted to offer Alpha Gamma
Delta, who suffered heavy losses by
fire Sunday, a loan of $200. Follow-
ing the usual custom, $150 of the
money remaining in the treasury if
Alpha Gamma Delta accepts the of-
fer, will be given to the League Un-
dergraduate Fund while the rest will
be carried over in the panhellenic
Miss Neilson emphasized the
necessity for handing in initiation
slips before the formal initiations to
take place March 10 to 12. Exchange
dinners between sororities which
were to have been held this Wednes-
day have been postponed until Feb.
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ill Give Play
Ann Arbor women will spend the
week busily, with interest centered
about clubs and Washington's birth-
ANN ARBOR WOMAN'S CLUB
"Woman of Character," a comedy,
has been chosen by the drama divi-
sion of the Ann Arbor Woman's Club
for presentation at their weekly
meeting to be held at 2:30 p. m. to-
day in the ballroom of the League.'
Members of the cast are Mrs. L. E.
Hildinger, Mrs. W. P. Hare, Mrs. W.
G. Cowell, Mrs. S. J. Paup, Mrs. A.
P. W. Hewett, Mrs. J. C. Bush, Mrs.
A. C. Shroth, and Mrs. E. C. Fingerle.
Mrs. D. J. Meikle, chairman of the
division, has directed rehearsals and
arranged the play. Musical enter-
tainment will be provided by Mrs.'
Jack Sharman, who will play a group
of three piano numbers. Merle Beau-
bien, Ann Arbor High School student,
will give a character sketch.
A Washington program. will en-
liven a meeting of the Michigan
Dames tonight in the League. The
entertainment will consist of a Vir-
ginia reel and readings of the colo-
nial period. Those participating willI
be dressed in costumes of the period.
A. A. U. W.
The Ann Arbor branch of the
American Association of University
Women was entertained at luncheon
by the Ypsilanti members of the
group at Charles McKenny Hall. The
proceeds of the function went to a
scholarship fund for women at Mich-
igan State Normal College.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
Prof. Arthur W. Bromage of the
political science department will be
guest speaker at a meeting of the
League of Women Voters at 2:30
p. m. Wednesday in the League. His
topic will be "Cutting County Costs."
The regular meeting of the branch
will be preceded by a board meeting
at 2 p. m.
TO GIVE BRIDGE
All classical students and their'
friends are invited to a Washington's.
Birthday benefit bridge party to be
given by Eta Sigma Phi on Wednes-,
day, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p. m. in thel
Grand Rapids room of the Michi-
gan League. Admission willbe twen-
ty-five cents a piece. Those wishing
to come will please cali Doris Brandt,
2-3281. Jigsaw puzzles and other
forms to entertainment will be pro-
vided for those who do not care for
Illinois Girl Chosen
Queen Of Conference
CHICAGO, Feb. 20. (P) -Miss
Blanche Waddell, a slender 19-year-
old brunette from the University of
Illinois was unanimously chosen the
reigning beauty of Big Ten university
The award was made by fouri
judges as more than 1,000 couples
applauded their favorites as the ten
beauties paraded before them at
Northwestern University's fourth an-
nual charity ball in a local ball room.
The judges included Mary Nolan
of the movies, Ben Bernie, prominent
orchestra leader, Patricia Foster and
Joe Lopke, editor and art editor, re-
spectively, of College Humor. They
:aid they were unanimous in their
Miss Waddell hails from Chicago.
She was presented with a huge bou-
quet of deep red roses in recognition
of her victory.
Others competing were Josephine,
Dorsett, Indiana; Lillian Peterson,
Purdue; Jette Luellen, Wisconsin;
Ruth Katter, Iowa; Jane Berry, Ohio;
Marlys Hanson, Minnesota; Geraldine
Mitchell, Chicago; Mary Phillips,
Michigan, and Loretta White, North-
Tallulah On Broadway
Art Exhibit And1
Tea At League Is
Several 'Objects d'Art' Are
Sold To Ann Arbor And
More than 175 people attended the
opening Student Art Exchange tea
held Sunday at the League. A few of
the purchasers of the $75 worth of
material sold were Alice Lloyd, dean
of women, Jeannette Perry, assistant
dean of women, Hilda Burr, instruc-
tor in physical education, Helen
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. John Denne
of Detroit, and Alta B. Atkinson,
manager of the League.
Three woodcuts by Dorothy White,
'31A, two pieces of sculpture by
Helen Bailey, '33, two prints by John
Marshall, '28, two dry points by
Jonathan Taylor, '29A, and two
water colors by Robert Taft, '34E,
The central committee sponsoring
the exhibit is composed of Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the
League, John Gaffil of Detroit, Dor-
othy White, '31A, Edith Higbie, '31,
Albert Kramer, '33A, John Allshouse,
33, William Caley, '32, Frances
Young, Spec. A., and Jeannie Rob-
Back From Trip.
Josephine Timberlake, well known
on the campus last year as vice-pres-
ident of the senior class and presi-
dent .of Delta Gamma sorority, will
land in New York today after a trip
through South America.
The trip, according to a cable re-
ceived here, was delayed by washouts
which necessitated a return to Bue-
nos Aires after an attempt to reach
Chile by an overland route. Miss
Timberlake then proceeded north to
Sucre, Bolivia, and finally reached
Antofagasta, Chile. She sailed on the
Santa Barbara from there.
Miss Timberlake left in September
Ito visit her ", kother, Claire Timber-
lake, '28, who is vice-consul in Bue-
Women Will Hold First
Hockey Practice Today
Feminine interest in campus sports
this week centers around the wom-
en's hockey practices, scheduled to
begin this afternoon at 1:45 p. M.
in the Coliseum.
The purpose of starting the sport
for women is to give them an op-
portunity for improvement and de-
velopment of skill and speed in their
skating. The practices, which will be
directed by Varsity hockey coach Ed
t Lowrey, will presumably be a drill1
in technique for some weeks before
actual competition begins.
The women coming to practice this'
afternoon are requested to wear full
skirts, heavy sweaters, gloves, and
hockey skates. Further equipment for
the game will be furnished at the
Margaret Sage Becomes
Wife Of Former Student
Margaret Jane Sage, '29, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Royal Sage of
Lakewood, became the bride of Hum-
phrey Cedric Jackson, Grad., son of
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Jackson ofl
Canton, O., at marriage services per-
formed at 4 p. in. Saturday in the
home of the bride's parents.
The bride is a member of Delta
Delta Delta. Mr. Jackson received his7
degree from the College of Architec-1
ture in 1931 and is a Alpha Kappa l
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson will make
their home on W. Liberty St. t
Chairman Of Roosevelt Inaugural Committee
To Give Annual
Honorary pulic speaking societies
will hold meetings this week. Adelphi
is to give its annual smoker tonight
and Athena will have an important
business meeting Wednesday.
Adelphi, honorary speech society,
will hold its annual smoker at 7:30E
p. m. tonight in 4000 Angell Hall
with Prof. John L. Brumm of the
journalism department speaking.
Professor Brumm will deal with his
idea of the philosophy of living and
the modern educational system's at-
tempts to attain its ideal. This meet-
ing is held to introduce new men to
the organization and the discussion
will be open to the -public.
Robert K. Sawyer, '33E, newly re-
elected speaker, will preside at the
The Athena National Literary and
Forensic Society for Women is plan-
ning a business meeting at 8:00 p.im.
Wednesday. Tryouts for the society
are requested to come any time afterz
8:15 and are to be prepared to give
a 3 minute speech. All members of
the organization are urge4 to be
Spring Suits Show
Variation In Style
Warm weather means a relief from
tiresome winter coats and we begin
to think of new spring outfits.
Fashion shouts suits for the coming
months. England has set the pace for
the new trend and severe ensembles
are appearing in great quantities.
One of the latest devices that dis-
tinguishes this season's styles is the
use of a two-color combination. The
skirt is a light oxford-gray and the
coat darker. Blues in two shades are
The three-piece cape suit is also
sweeping the country in a wide-
spread popularity spurt. The novel
feature is that the cape may be worn
in rainy weather or left behind as
spring grows warmer. A smart cos-
tume is always available. Fur is as
popular as ever. Flat furs such as
galyak find 'favor. Beige with black
fur and black accessories is smart as
well as a brown combination.
Parker, S eeofer, ate m,
Conklin, etc., $1,00 azdup.
A laxge and. choice assortment
314 S. State St., Ann Arbor*.
Alumnae Residence entertain
guests at Sunday dinner. Helen Ne
berry Residence gave a dinner pal
honoring Miss Helen Hamm.
Guests of Alumnae Residence
Sunday dinner were as follows: Pr
Hugh Keeler and Mrs. Keeler, a
Miss Lois Failyer. Sally Squire,
New York City. is a new member
HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENCI
Miss Eunice Van Camp, assists
director of Helen Newberry Re
dence, entertained a party of gue
Friday night at dinner. The dinm
was given in honor of Miss HeJ
Hamm. The following were gue
of Miss Van Camp: Miss Marga:
Smith, Miss Sara L. Rowe, M
Kathleen Hamm, Miss Alta B. .
kinson, Miss Marcella Snyder, M
Dorothy Osborne, Miss Bertha
Flynn, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Mrs. Flt
ence W. Tousey, Miss Lucile Streat
and Miss Frances MacKinnon.
Newman Club Will Give
Mixer Dance Saturdi
An informal pre-Lenten dance f
Catholic students and their gue
was announced Sunday by the Ne
man Club, which is sponsoring
series of such mixers. The party v
be held from 3 until 5 p. m. Satt
day in the auditorium in the bas
iment of St. Mary's Catholic Stude
Thecommittee in charge of t
dance includes Walter B .Allen, ';
and Mary A. Paul, '35, Newman Cl
officers directing the affair, assist
by Harry L. Merdzinski, '34L, A
thony F. Klute, Jr.. '35E, Leon
Gordon, '34, Charles J. DePutron,'
David A. Mutchler, '34, Marie
Heid, '35, Mary Jane E. Busch, 'c
Marion E. Foley, '34Ed and Edna
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These new law prices
Mrs. John Allan Dougherty of Washington is &alrinan of IAe
Roosevelt inaugural ball coinmittee. The ball will be the first of its kind
since the days of President WVilliam Howard Taft.
PermTaney Of Women Debaters I
CEntrain For Ohio
Outing .006 Is
* The negative team of the women's
M ade Ce t laI debate squad left yesterday for Co-
lumbus, O., where they will debate
Permanent organization of the
Outing Club was effected last Satur-
day during the excursion to Sylvan
Estates Country Club; it was an-
nounced last night. Previous experi-
ments of the Outing Club proving
successful, it was decided to con-
tinue the society and to appoknt a
committee to draw up plans of per-
Over 80 students, including at
least one from nearly every frater-
nity and sorority on the campus,
made the excursion to the club,
which is located several miles west
of Chelsea. Skiing, hiking, sliding,
and skating were enjoyed during the
afternoon and after 'supper.
the Ohio State affirmative team to-
Mchigan women who will debate
are Gladys Baker, '33; Ethel Howard,
'35, and Alice Gilbert, '33, in order.
This is the second debate that will
have any effect on the Western Con-
ference standing of the two schools.
The question will be the same as
that debated by the affirmative
squad last Thursday, Resolved, That
the Federal Radio Commission be
empowered to organize all radio
broadcasting companies into a single
privately owned monopolistic con
cern under federal control.
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121 East Liberty
(Formerly of Mack & Co.)
It was stated during the meeting
that the purpose of the club would j
be to promote social outdoor recrea-
tion, with the added aim of includ-
ing in the recreational life of the
students members of the faculty. The
organization hopes to explore the
possibilities of winter sports and
such spring outdoor activities as bi-
cycling, hiking, horseback riding,
outdoor cooking, bird study, and as-
This organization plans to form
a restricted membership which will
pay dues sufficient to carry on this
co-operative program. All those in-
terested in joining the club may have
the opportunity if they get in touch
with Miss Ethel A. McCormick at the
League, it was said.
Faculty members attending the ex-
cursion yesterday included Prof.
Howard Y. McClusky of the psychol-
ogy department, and Mrs. McClusky,
Dr. Norman Maier, also of the psy-
chology department, Prof. Floyd A.
Firestone, of the department of
physics, Miss Ethel A. McCormick,
social director of the League, Miss
Marie D. Hartwig, of the physical ed-
ucation department, and Randolph
W. Webster, of the Intramural Build-
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Another, excursion is planned in
the near future.
-Associated Press Photo
Tallulah Bankhead as she appears
in "Forsaking All Others," her first
stage appearance on Broadway in 10
years. She is the daughter of Rep.
William Bankhead and the niece of
Senator John Bankhead of Alabama.
Where T"o Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Silver
Dollar"; Majestic, "Island of Lost
Souls"; Wuerth, "The Night of June
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MONOTONY is THE
H EAVEN have pity on the poor
lad! He also thinks a parapet is
a tropical bird.
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