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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

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Opening Of May Festival Is
Attended By Large Audience
The May Festival opened last departnet and Mrs. Vibbert, Dean
night to a capacity audience of Alice Lloyd, Dr. Frederick A. Coller
music lovers who had gathered from of the surgery department and Mrs.
near and far for the event. Coller, Prof. James Hamilton of the
Among the prominent members of mUsic school and rt.rs. Hamilton, and
the faculty who attended were Pres- Mr. and Mrs. Fielding YT. Yost.
ident Alexander G. Ruthven and Dark dinner frocks relieved with
Mrs. Ruthven, President Charles A.i light touches seemed to be domminat-
Sing of the music school and Mrs. mag from the fashion point-of-view.
Sink, Dean Edward H. Kraus of the Miss Lloyd looked charming in a
Pharmacy College, Dean Samuel T. simple flowing gown of black crepe-
Dana of the School of Forestry and with frills of white mousseline de
Mrs. Dana, Dean Carl G. Huber of soie 'at'the square neckline, and Mrs.*
the Graduate School, Ira M. Smith, Ruthven also chose black brightened
registrar of the University, Prof. with brilliant earrings.
Charles B. Vibbert of the philosophy Mrs. Coller was attired in a strik-
ing costume of violet crepe with
S i'or'ties H old Iwhich she wore a glittering jacket'
of silver sequins.
Among the guests who arrived
W ide Range Of from.out of town were Mrs. Ernest
Hutcheson; May Beegle, impressario,
E * Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Irving K.
M dtertainments Pond, Chicago; Mr. H. B. Vanzwoll
and party, Chicago; Mr. Stanley
Sororities continue activities with North and Mr. Albert Cotsworth,
pledging, and dinners. Alpha Delta also of Chicago; Rev. Alphon-
Pi celebrated the chapter's Founders' sus Dress, Dubuque, Ia.; Miss Kath-
Day. leen Hatch, Evanston, Ill.; Mark
ALPHA DELTA PI Bills, Fort Wayne, -Ind.; Mrs. John
The eighty-second anniversary of W. Scott, Gary, Ind.; Mrs. H. S.
Founders' Day of Alpha Delta Pi was David, Albany, N. Y.; Charles N."
celebrated Monday night. Mrs. P. S. Barnum, Milwaukee, Wis.; Albert A.
Shearer, national executive secretary, Fair, and party, Ruth Elgutter, W. A.
members of the Detroit City Club, Everman, A. L. O'Toole, Lyman
and Ann Arbor alumnae were pres- Spitzer, Rosa Johlin, and others, To-
ent. The committee in charge of ar- ledo, O.
rarigements was composed oft the
Misses Lande, representing the De -New
troit City Club; Mary Taylor and Club OlO'sNew
Mary Simpson, both Ann Arbor
alumnae, and Phyllis Williams and Offcers At Banquet
Helen Olson, '33, actives. Miss Lande
acted as toastmistress. The Michigan Dames, organization
The annual scholarship ring given for wives of married students," held
by alumnae was presented to June its annual banquet last night at the
Slote, '33. The activity cup was given League. Following the banquet guests
to Irma Rantamaa, '34, and Jane were entertained with a musicale.
Biddle, '34, received the Pledge Cup. Jeannette Robinowitz, '34SM, pre-
Flowers and tapers carried out the sented two piano solos. A violin selec-
sorority colors of blue and white. tion was given by Miss Genevieve
At the close of the banquet, a film Grissey, accompanied by Otto Graf.
of the Chicago Day Nursery, which The harp was played by Elizabeth
is part of the philanthropic work of Bell, '36, and Mrs. Daniel Miekle en-
the sorority, was shown. At midnight tertained with three readings.
Scanrdle service was held in honor of The following new officers were in-
the five founders. ta~ed: Mirs. Daniel Gage. president;
Tucsday Mrs. Shearer and ,-veral1 Mrs. Manlin Branin, vice-president;
actives WCVr entertained at Barton Mrs. John H. Truesdail, secretary;
Hills Counitry Club. Vrs.. Willis E. Brown, treasurer; and
AlPIU A GAMMA DELTA Vrs. Karl Karsian, recording secre-
The members of Alpha Gamma tary.
Delta wish to announce the pledging
of Myrtle C. Trunk, '36, of GrosseI
Pointe. Iorni tory ion .ors
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
Collegiate Sorosis awarded a schol- Foi'iuier R ..eside1ts

Dinner Honors
President Of
MusieSorority
Lambda Alpha, alumni chapter of
Sigma Alpha Iota, national musical
sorority; has arranged a dinner to
be held at 6:30 p. m. today at the
League in honor of the national
president, Miss Gertrude Evans, of
Ithaca, .N. Y. Miss Dorothy Patani
national president of Mu Phi Epsilon,
and Mrs. Walter Maddock, alumni
president of Delta Omicron, have
been invited to the function to meet
Miss Evans.
Two founders of Sigma Alpha Iota,
Miss Elizabeth Campbell and Miss
Nora Crane Hunt, will attend the
dinner. Additional guests are Miss
Margaret Hawley, president of the
active chapter, Mrs. Louise Reimann,
president- of the alumni chapter,
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mars. Byrl Bacher,
Mrs. A. B. Hutvel, Mrs. Louis Hop-
kins, and Miss Helen Hunt, of De-
troit.

Barney RappPlays Dorm Baiquet
For Firs, Time In Fete-s
F (1 Q t esSeiorsI
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Journalisi Society
FLects New Hed1
Doris Campbell, '34, was elected
president of Theta Sigma Phi, worn-
en's nationalhonorary journalis
society, for the coming year at a
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
League. Other officers elected were
Marjorie Beck, '34, vice-president
and secretary; Virginia Erwin, '34,
treasurer; and Beatrice Collins, '34,
keeper of the archives.
Theta Sigma Phi will give its an-
nual banquet May 24, at which time
the cup will be presented to the
sophomore woman on campus who
has done the most outstanding work
in the field of journalism;

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Coming direct from Louisville, Ky.,
where they played for the crowds at-
tending the Kentucky Derby, Barney
Rapp and His New Englanders, a 15-
piece radio band, will appear for the
first time in Ann Arbor tomorrow
night at the League.
At Louisville they played at the
well-known Brown Hotel. Earlier in
the season they fulfilled a four-
month engagement at the Book-Cad-
illac Hotel in Detroit. This band has
also appeared at the Hotel New
Yorker in New York City, the Chase
Hotel in St. Louis, the Alba Hotel
in Palm Beach, Fla., the Sinton Hotel
in Cincinnati, and the Pavilion Royal
at New Haven, Conn,
Barney Rapp's orchestra has been
heard over both the Columbia and
N. B. C. networks. The price for
tickets, which are on sale at the Den,
the M-Hut, the League, and the Par-
rot, is $1.50 plus tax.

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onors W omen
Tuesday night Mosher Hall held its
annual banquet in honor of the
senior class and students of high
scholastic standing. Twenty-four
seniors, dresesd in caps and gowns,
and the honor students were escorted
by the junior women to special
tables. Flowers from the Mosher-
Jordan gardens and tapers were used
for decorations.
Laura Sommer, '33, house presi-
dent, introduced Clara Roe, Grad.,
who acted as toastmistress. Each
senior was presented with a corsage,
and each member of an honor so-
ciety received a rose. In recognition
of high scholastic standing during!
the past semester, the following
women were presented with gifts:
graduates, Helen Harman, Clara
Roe; seniors, Virginia Hansen, Marie
Sisson, Polly Walker; juniors, Ruth
Cox, Jane Eley, Mary Helen McIn-
tosh, Else Sparre; freshmen, Jean
Howell, Ruth Lavender, Mildred
Shapley.

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Alction Pictures: Michigan, "The
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Woman;" Wuerth, -Evenings for
Sale."
Drama: Play Production presents
"She Stoops to'Conquer," 4:15 and
8:30 p. im., Laboratory Theatre.
Exhibitions: A variety of work by
mcmntbers of the faculty of the ar-
chitecture college, 9 a, in. to 5 p. in.,
Architecture Building; International
Water Colors Exhibit, 9 a. in. to 5
p. m., Alumni Memorial Hall.
May Festival: Jascha Heifetz, viol-
inist Chase Bamromeo. bass; Palmer
Chr-ist ian, organist; Chicag-o Symi-
phony Orchestra, Earl V. Moore and
Frederick Stock, conductors.

Mrs. George Peppard, province Student Receives Notice
president, has invited the chapter for Of Militar Apointment
a luncheon and musicale May 31 at fyApo t
Detroit.. At that time the installa- Peter M. Sanders, '34, of Detroit,
tion of new officers will occur. These has received an appointment to the
officers arfe: Mrs. Walter Hunt, pres- United States Military Academy at
ident; Mrs: Louis Hopkins, vice-pres- West Point, N. Y., it was announced
ident; Miss Eleanor Johnson, corre- here yesterday. The appointment was
sponding secretary; Mrs. Benjamin given by Congressman John D. Din-
Bailey, recording secretary; Miss gell, of Detroit, representative from
Christine Fiefert, treasurer; Mrs- the Fifteenth Michigan District.
Louis Reimann, editor; and Miss Sanders, who will complete his
Katherine Backus, sergeant-at-arms. seventh semester of work in the mil-
itary science department at the end
and Mrs. Thomas Harris, of Boston, of the school year, will leave July 1
formerly of Ann Arbor, at a dinner for West Point. He is the son of
last, night. Judge Joseph Sanders of Detroit.
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arship last night at the chapter
house to Virginia Taylor. '33, of Win-
netka, Ill., for outstanding work dur-
ing her four years in the University
in connection with general extra-
curricular activities and the affairs
of the house. The award was -made
in the presence of the active chap-
ter and alumni members.
This scholarship is given annually
in memory of Mrs. Maud Merritt
Drake, a former member of the or-
ganization, and consists of a cash
award of $100. Mrs. Drake was the
wife of Prof. Joseph H. Drake, a for-
.mer member of the faculty of the
Law School.
KAPPA DELTA
The members of Kappa Delta so-
rority wish to announce the pledging
of Eudora Frazee, '36, of Dowagiac.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA,
Kappa Kappa Gamma held elec-
tions Monday night for house officers
for next year. Elected members wer :
Catharine B. McHenry, '34, presi-
dent; Pauline Brooks, '34, recording
secretary; Isabelle Kanter, '35, house
manager; Louise French, '36, social
chairmai.
SWGMA KAPPA
Three guests were entertained by
the members of Sigma Kappa at a
rushing dinner Monday night. Edna
Waugh, '33, who was in charge of the
diiuer, carried out the decoration
screme with sweet peas and orchid
tapers.

A tea honoring former residents of
both Mosher and Jordan halls will be
given this afternoon in the Jordani
living rooms.
De a Alice Lloyd, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski
and Mrs. Edward Adams will pour.
The tables will be decorated with
spring flowers.
Guests Are Entertained
Preceding May Festival
Dr. John B. Alexander and his sis-
ter, Miss Helen Alexander, 6nter-
tained in honor of Dr. Marc and
Mrs. Iselin, of Paris, France, last
night at a dinner prior to the May
Festival. Other guests were Prof.
Charles Vibbert and Mrs. Vibbert, Dr.
Frederick Coller and Mrs. tollei, and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Faust.
Pres. Charles' A. Sink and Mrs. r
Sink entertained last night afterthe
concert in honor of the soloists.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Pierce
honored Dr. Udo Wile and Mrs. Wile
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