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May 25, 1933 - Image 5

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GU rip Presents
Cup At Annual
Hoior Ioanuet
Theia Sigma Phi Awards
Sojphonlore Woman For
eit Jo'irnalisi Work.
Theta Sigma Phi, national honor-
ary professional society for women in
journalism, gave its annual banquet
at G:15 p. in. yesterday in the League.
Prof. Max S. Handman of the eco-
nomics department gave the after
dinner speech, and Prof. John L.
Brumm of the journalism depart-
ment spoke a few words to the gath-
ering. Following the dinner, the
members and their faculty guests at-
tended the Dramatic Festival's pro-
duction, "Another Language."
Margare Phalai, '35, received the
cup awarded by Theta Sigma Phi
to the sophomore woman who has
done outstanding work on one of the
student publications. Miss Phalan is
on the editorial staff of The Daily.
This is the third year the cup has
been awarded. Margaret O'Brien won
it in 1931, and it went to Beatrice
Collins last year.
Social Activity
Continues With
Rushing, Teas
This afternoon Mosher Hall will
hold its last weekly tea. Dinners and
teas are being given by sororities and
dormitories, to entertain guests.
The members of Alpha Omicron Pi
entertained eight guests at a rushing
dinner Tuesday night. Pauline Wood-
ward, '34, who was in charge of the
dinner, carried out the decorative
scheme with tapers and garden flow-
The active members of Alpha Phi
sorority were entertained at a tea
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Margaret Dow Towsley.
Active members of Zeta Tau Alpha
sorority entertained one of their pa-
tronesses, Mrs. Edwin Dickenson, who
is leaving for California, at a farewell
dinner last night. Evelyn McManus,
'35, carried out the decoration
scheme with red tulips, lilacs, and
orchid tapers.
Helen Girard, '30, of Marion, Ind.,
had been a guest of the sorority this
Those who attended the honors
dinner are: President and Mrs. Alex-
ander Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd,
Mrs. Archibald Diack, Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Buckley, Mrs. Alexis Angell and Miss
Claire Sanders, both of Detroit.
Lillies-of-the-valley and light
green tapers enhanced the tables.
Tulips and lilacs decorated the rest
of the house.
Directors of Helen Newberry Resi-
dence are: Mrs. Florence Tousey, and
Miss EuAice Van Camp.
The last of the Mosher Hall teas
will be given this afternoon by wom-
en residents. Mrs. C. O. Davies and
Mrs. E. H. Stalker will pour.
Eleanor Crockett, '33Ed., is in
charge of the affair. She will be as-
sisted by Mary Anne Mathewson,
'34SM, Hazel Wright, '33SM, Mary
Jane Crocket, '33, Helen White, '36,
Barbara Ferguson, '35, Florence
Shaw, '34 Ed, and Margaret McDoug-
all, '33.

Announce Winners For
Last Bridge Tournament
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hunt were the
winners for the north-south position
in the weekly bridge tournament held,
Tuesday night at the League. Andrew
Brumbaugh, '33E, and Richard
G Becker, '33E, were the winners for
the east-west position.
There will be at least two more of
these weekly duplicate tournaments,
according to Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League.

This Parisian Hat I s inara For Spring

Dr. li Tfl n erlain Women's
o fWk A. "
Dr. Margaret Bell and Miss Marie
ra itw ; entertained the athletic
uanagrs of the dormitories and so-
Old AId New OfyJi.r Of rliS. *yeste " "y at a lu""" nceon in
the Lantern Shop. Jean Porter, '34.
W.A.A.W B og .I1 i' Ikuore
retrng intramural manager, thank-
Guessri his Aternoon dthe women for their co-operation
la t year and introduced the new
Dr. Margraet Bell will give a t manager, Martha Neuhardt, '35.
honoring the new and old boards of Those present at the luncheon were
V. A. A. this afternoon at, rt Betty Lyons, '34, Barbara Fisher,
W. A;st'34Ed, Miriam Stark, '36, Cathrine
Hills Country Club. .Renltcher, '33, Helen Flynn, '35,
The tea is coxplimnw iu-g .Juan Sally King, '34, Ruth Kurtz, '34Ed,
Botsford, '33Ed. retiriv president. Mary Lou Elspass, '35, Emogene Gri-
fd her officers, .Joan Brridge, ecs, '33Ed, Marie Murphy, '35.
'33Ed, vi e-president; Mary Marshall, Mary Stirling, '35, Elizabeth
Cooper,' '34Ed, Virginia Cluff, '35,
'33Ed, secretary; and Billie Griffiths Agnes Robinson, '34, Elizabeth I-
'34, treasurer. The new officers are men, '35, Lee Hendricks, '33, Anna
Miss Griffith, president; Marie Metz- Henc kel, '36, Nan Noble, Spec., La-
ger, '35, vice-president; Alice Goode- vinia Creighton, '35Ed, Alice Stryker,
now, '34Ed, treasurer; and Charlotte '33Ed. Margaret Arnold, '34, Glen-
dora Gosling, '33Ed ,Jane Haber, '36,
Simpson, '34Ed., secretary, and Hilda Kirby,J35.
Other members of both boards who
will be present are Jean Porter, '34,1
Martha Neuhardt, '35, Dan Diebel,
'35, Kathrine Rucker, '35, Josephine
McLean, '36, Elizabeth Cooper, '34Ed, I
Jane Brucker, '35, Kathrine Rents-
chler, '33Ed, Levinia Creighton,
Mary Pray, '34, Mary Stirling, '35,
Doris Gimmey, '35, Beatrice DeVine,
'35, Ruth Root, '35Ed, Marie Murphy,
'35, Charlotte Johnson, Spec., Vir-
ginia Lee, '34, Dorothy Edmands, '34,
Glendora Gosling, '33Ed, and Mar-
garet Arnold, '34.

-Associated Press Photo
The design for this attractive hat comes from Paris. The only
decoration is the colored bow in front.
Committee Names Chaperons
For Freshmian antern Dance

Patrons and patronesses for the
Freshman Lantern Dance to be held
May 27 at the League were an-
nounced yesterday by Nina Pollock,
member of the central committee.
Max Gail's 10-piece orchestra will
play for dancing in the ballroom, and
entertainment will be presented and
refreshments served in the League
garden which will be open to men for
the first time.
Dean Joseph A. Bursley and Mrs.
Bursley head the list of patrons and?
patronesses which includes Dean
Alice Lloyd, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss
A. McCormick, Prof. Daniel Rich and
Mrs. Rich, Dean Walter B. Rea, Prof.
A. D. Moore and Mrs. Moore, Prof.
Lewis D. Vandervelde, Prof. Emil
Lorch and Mrs. Lorch, Prof. Philip
Bursley and Mrs. Bursley, Prof. Rus-
sell C. Hussey and Mrs. Hussey, Mr.
Music School
Chooses New
Alu'mniQOf fieers
Mrs. Lucile Graham Schoenfield of
the School of Music, was re-elected
president of the School of Music
alumni at the organization's annual
meeting following a reunion luncheon
Saturday in the League.
Other officers include Miss Vir-
ginia Forsythe, vice-president; Jo-
seph Conlin, recording secretary;
Miss Vera Johnson, correspondingj
secretary; and Fred Killeen, treas-
Dr. Charles A. Sink, president of
the School of Music introduced Dr.
Earl V. Moore, who presented the
Stanley Medal to James Pfohl, Spec.,
for outstanding accomplishment in
music during the past year.
President Sink said the next re-
union of the alumni association
would be held during the time of the
May Festival so that as many alumni
as possible could attend.
Among the guests attending the re-
union were several artists of the May
Festival, including Miss Rose Bamp-
ton, Frederick Jagel, and Chase Ba-
Michigan League Ballroom
MAY 27 9-12
Tickets $1.00 at League Desk
and Angel Hall

and Mrs. Ira Smith, Mrs. Beryl
Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss
Alta B. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
dolph A. Winnacher, Miss Marjorie
Pettibone, Miss Elizabeth Lowrie,
and Miss Ellen B. Stevenson.
These members of the faculty and
administration are patrons for an
entirely new function on the Mich-
igan campus. In former years the
first year women have presented a
pageant in connection with Lantern
Night, as their class activity. Because
of the apparent lack of interest in
that activity, it was changed this
year to the dance which will be held
Saturday. Freshman women in the
past were always assessed $1 to fi-
nance the pageant, but this year no
direct assessment will be made.
According to Margaret Ballard,
general chairman, even though no di-
rect assessment is made, every fresh-
man woman is responsible for either
buying or selling one ticket. It is an
unusual feature of the class activity
that it is the first time it has ever
been self-supporting. The freshman
women's activitios have previously
been supported by the women them-
selves, with the help of the League.
This year the profit from the func-
tion will be put into the undergrad-
uate fund of the League.

Our Seventh
On the anniversary of our
seventh year in business,
we are offering all of our
merchandise to the public
at a 10% discount.
The sale starts Thurs-
day morning and will con-
tinue through until Mon-
day night.
All Sales Final
No Approvals or Charges




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