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Group Will


Ins tallation

Many Tickets
Are Sold For

Im psilo-List Of Patrons For
Lockwood Conneert Announced-

Wins Stanley Meal

Officers Assume
Programn Will
J.G.P. Numbers


Six hundred and twenty-seven tick-
ets have been sold for the annual
Installation Banquet to be held to-
morrow in the League, the committee
reported yesterday. It is expected that
the number will surpass last year's
attendance by a wide margin.
New officers elected at Friday's
elections will officially assume their
duties at this time. All League officials
including the president and secretary
chosen on the new League merit sys-
tem, the three vice-presidents, the
new members of the Judiciary Coun-
cil; and the president, secretary, and
treasurer of W.A.A. will be honored
at the banquet.
Honor guests for the occasion will
include, Regent Esther M. Cram, Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Miss Ellen B. Stevenson, Miss Marie
Hartwig, Miss Mary Stewart, and
Miss Dorothy Ogborn.
According to tradition, new mem-
bers of Mortarboard will be tapped
at this time. The names of the ones
honored are withheld until the night
of the banquet, when old members, in
caps and gowns, go around and tap
each new member.
Departing from the usual proce-
dure, Betty Aigler, '35, general chair-
man of the banquet, has arranged.
for entertainment between the
courses. The program will include a
number done by the "Scrubwoman
Chorus" from the Junior Girls Play;
a song and dance number by Mary
Morrison, '35, and Jane Cissel, '35, also
two members of the "Gang's All
There" cast; and a vocal solo by
Charlotte Whitman, '35, lead in the
same play.
The few sororities and the dormi-
tory which have not yet reserved
places at the banquet should do so
immediately, Kathleen Carpenter, '35,
who is in charge of the seating ar-
rangements, said yesterday. Tickets
may be obtained at the League Hos-
iery Shop until noon on Monday.
After that time, any reservations must
be made through the business office
of the League, Miss Carpenter said.
Cerele Francais
To Give 'Topaze'
Programs for the French play, "To-
paze," to be given Tuesday night in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre by the
Cercle Francaise, will contain a de-
tailed synopsis of the plot and action
in order to facilitate understanding.
The box-office in the League will
be open all day Monday and Tues-
day for the sale of tickets. The price
is 50 cents, although a reduction of
25 cents will be made to those hold-
ing season tickets to the series 'of
French Club lectures.
Local Branch Of A.A.U.W.
Eutertajued At Lunchetri
The Ann Arbor branch of the
American Association of University
Women were entertained by the Ypsi-
lanti members at a luncheon and
recital Friday in Charles McKenny
Hall, Ypsilanti.
The musicale after the lun'cheon
given by the members of the faculty
of the Michigan State Normal School
of Music, included selections by lhiss
Grace Emery, pianist, Miss Lillia
Ashley, soprano, and Mrs. Emily Mut-
ter Adams, violinist.

An imposing list of patrons and
patrcnesses foi' the Albert Lockwood
Memorial concert, headed by Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
ven and Regent and Mrs. A. R. Boak,
was announced yesterday by the of-
fices of the Dean of Women and the
School of Music, who are sponsoring
the concert.
Prof. Joseph Brinkman, member of
the celebrated School of Music Trio
and a concert pianist of note, will be
the soloist for the concert, which
will take place Wednesday night in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The
concert is expected to become an an-
nual affair ' enefiting the Albert
Lockwood Scholarship Fund for mu-
sic students.'
Members of Delta Omicron, Sigma
Alpha Iota, and Mu Phi Epsilon, hon-
orary musical sororities; Alpha Ep-
silon Mu, honorary musical fraterni-
ty; and Phi Mu Alpha fraternity are
aiding in arrangements for the con-
cert and are expected to attend. Tick-
ets may be obtained from members
of these societies and at the School
of Music office.
Played In Chicago
Professor Brinkman appeared sev-
eral years ago as guest soloist with
the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and
received generous praise from Chi-
cago music critics. He has appeared
three times with the Varsity Band,
playing unusual transcriptions of cel-
ebrated works as arranged for mili-
tary band and piano.
In addition to Dr. and Mrs. Ruth-
ven and Mr. and Mrs. Boak, the list
of patrons and patronesses is as fol-
Mrs. Ralph Aigler, Mr. and Mrs.
Horatio Abbott, Prof. and Mrs. Waldo
Abbot, Prof. and Mrs. Benjamin Bai-
ley, Mrs. Harry Bacher, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert F. Bachr, Dean and Mrs.
Alpha Kappa Delta
Appoints Committee
At a recent meeting of the Alpha
Kappa Delta, sociological society,
Prof. R. C. Angell, Helen Latta, '34,
and Stuart Lettier, grad., were ap-
pointed as a committee to nominate
the officers for the coming year.
Three of the student members, Mrs.
Lois Heitman, grad., Barbara Hall,
'34, and John Cuber, grad., gave re-
ports on their research projects.
Mrs. Heitman told of the results of
her study of "Problem Children in the
Rural Schools of Washtenaw Coun-
ty." Through her interest and work
the teachers have been made con-
scious of the fact that these prob-
lem children may be helped and 50
children of the Platt school have
been placed in separate rooms for
special treatment.
Miss Hall reported on her study of
300 cases taken from the files of the
Detroit police department. Cuber
told of the recent changes in the
Detroit churches, pointing out that
these changes include a retrenchment
of the functions of the church. an in-
creased community use of the church,
and a greater number of men's dis-
cussion groups.

Henry M. Bates, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Prof. and Mrs. John L. Brumm, Mrs.
R. B. Canfield, Mrs. Sydney Clark-
Dean and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin,
Miss Fredericka Gillette, Prof. and
Mrs. Louis A. Hopkins, Dr. and Mrs.
Harley A. Haynes, Prof. and Mrs.
Jean Hebrard, Mrs. Walter Hunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Ormond E. Hunt, Prof.
and Mrs. William Hoad, Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Kempf, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Kempf, Prof. and Mrs. Herbert
Kenyon, Mrs. Nathan Konold, Prof.
and Mrs. Louis C. Karpinski.
Mrs. George Langford, Mrs. Chal-
mers Lyons, Prof. and Mrs. Alfred O.
Lee, Professor-emeritus and Mrs.
Moritz Levi, Miss Dorothy Ogborn,
Miss Jeannette Perry, Prof.and Mrs.
Water B. Pillsbury, Miss Marie Rom-
inger, Mrs. H. H. Sceley, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilfred B. Shaw, Mrs. Albert A.
Stanley, Prof. and Mrs. Cyrus C.
Sturgis, Prof. and Mrs. Edson R.
Other Guests
Prof. and Mrs. Hugo P. Thieme,
Prof. and Mrs. Clarence D. Thorpe,
Dean-emeritus and Mrs. Allen S.
Whitney, Miss Mina L. Winslow, Dr.
and Mrs. John Sundwall, Mrs. Henry
Adams, Prof. and Mrs. Campbell Bon-
ner, Miss Alice Crocker, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Mrs. Delia Davis, Miss Adelaide
Dewey, Mrs. J. S. Worley, Prof. and
Mrs. Arthur G. Canfield, Prof. and
Mrs. John P. Dawson
Prof. and Mrs. Rene Talamon, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Earhart, Mr. and
Mrs Griffith Hays, Mrs. Rees Hut-
chins, Prof. and Mrs. Wililam H.
Hobbs, Prof. and Mrs. Emil Lorch,
Dr. Warren P. Lombard, Prof. and
Mrs. William A. McLaughlin, Prof.
and Mrs. Samuel Moore, Dean and
Mrs. Herbert Sadler.
Mrs. R. M. Wenley, Prof. and Mrs.
Aubrey Tealdi, Prof. and Mrs. John
Tracy, Prof. and Mrs. M. P Tilley,
Prof. and Mrs. Earl S. Wolaver, Prof.
and Mrs. C. B. Vibbert, Mrs. Ava
Comin Case, Miss Louise Cuyler, Prof.
and Mrs. Walter Colby, E. William
Doty, Dalies Frantz, Miss Nora Crane
Hunt, Prof. and Mrs. T. H. Hilde-
brandt, Miss Edith Koon, Miss Thel-
ma Lewis.
Dr. and Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Glen
McGeogh, Miss Thelma Newell, Miss
Louise Nelson,iProf. and Mrs. Peter
Okkelberg, Miss Ruth Pfohl, Prof.
Hanns Pick, Prof. Otto Stahl, Miss
Nell Stockwell, Prof. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Adams, Mrs. Chester Barnes,
Dr. and Mrs. James D. Bruce, Dean
and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursey, Mrs.
Leona Diekema, Mrs. Florence Tou-
sey, Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs. An-
drews Little, Mr. and Mrs. James
Inglis, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Hall, and
Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Kahn.
About 65 alumnae and actives of
Beta chapter of Pi Beta Phi attended
the annual state meeting Saturday at'
Hillsdale to celebrate the founding
of the sorority on April 28, 1868, at
Monmouth College, Monmouth, Ill.
Mrs. Marie Winsor, '06, an alumna
of the local chapter was the principal

Sarah E. Lacey, '34, was awarded
the Stanley Medal at the Honors Con-
vocation Friday. She is a member of
Delta Omicron, national musical so-
rority, and Phi Kappa Phi.
Stanley Medal
Given Senior
At Convocation
Sarah E. Lacey, '34SM, was awarded
the Stanley Medal at the Honors con-
vocation Friday. This medal was
struck in honor of the long and dis-
tinguished service of Dr. Albert A.
Stanley as musical director of the
School of Music and as professor of
music. It may be presented annually
to that student who does outstanding
work in practical music.
Miss Lacey, the first woman to re-
ceive the medal since 1927, is presi-
dent of Xi chapter of Delta Omicron,
national musical sorority, and also a
member of Phi Kappa Phi, national
scholastic honor society.
In previous years the medal has
been awarded as follows: Mary Louise
Maxwell, '23, Pauline Kaier, '27, Dalies
Frantz, '30, Rexford Keller, '31, Stan-
ley Fletcher, '32, James Pfohl, '33.
Women's Club Elects
Officers For Year
Mrs. Emil Lorch was re-elected
president of the Faculty Women's
Club at the annual meeting Thursday
at the League. Mrs. John W. Brad-
shaw was chosen vice-president. Mrs.
I. L. Sharfman will serve another
year as secretary and Mrs. W. A. Rei-
chert as treasurer.

I~DireCtor-s For
11o I d eetinc
Initiation and anniversary celebra- d
tions mark fraternity and sorority
activities over the week-cnd. In an attempt to gain concerted
Delta Theta Phi action on a plan to inaugurate an
George A. Richards, '36L; Harold A. Ann Arbor celebration 01 te National
Jaehn, '36L, Karl F. Jean, '36L, Hugh Jubilee marking the 50th .anniversary
M. Jones, '37L, Hector A. Webber, of organized camping in the United
36L, Cyril F. Hetsko, '36L, Frank R. States, camp directors living in Ann
Barnako, '37L, and Joseph F. Eich- Arbor met recently at Ann Arbor
horn, '36L, were initiated into Delta jHigh school with Otto W. Haisley, su-
Theta Phi yesterday. At the follow-
ing banquet at the Union, Judge Ar- perintendent of Ann Arbor, schools.
thur E. Pierpont, Owosso, and Pro- A committee was appointed to for-
fessor Hobart R. Coffey spoke. Adsit mulate plans for this proposed cele-
Stewart, '34L, was toastmaster. bration. Superintendent Haisley was
selected as chairman, the rest of the
Gamma Phi Beta committee being Prof. Elmer Mitchell,
More than 150 guests attended the of the school of education, who is
luncheon given at the League yester- conducting at the present time a
day celebrating the 52nd anniversary training course for camp counsellors,
of the establishment of Beta chapter Herbert Twining, president of the Na-
of Gamma Phi Beta. Mrs. Edward tional Campers' Association, and di-
Adams, president of Ann Arbor alum- rector of Camp Algonquin; Miss Edith
nae, as toastmistress introduced the Steer, secretary of the Great Lakes
officers of the active chapter, and Inter-camp Directors Association, and
the national officers present. director of the Arbutus private camp;
Every class that has graduated Miss Edith Owen, director of the
since Beta chapter was founded was Community Fund; Miss Elizabeth
represented; those attending came Burgess, director of the Y.W.C.A.;
from all parts of the country from and Mr. Leslie Kindred, social studies
New Hampshire to Missouri. Members teacher at Mack Junior High school.
of numerous other chapters also at- Although it may not be possible for
tended the luncheon. Guests present the Ann Arbor group to undertake
included Mrs. Elliot Grosvenor, a a separate celebration, the committee
charter member of the chapter; Mrs. hopes to co-operate with the Detroit
Howard Bement, Asheville, N. C.; Mrs, exhibition which is being held May
Saidie S. Leslie, Toledo; Miss Alice 15 on the twelfth floor of the J. L.
Kamerer, Detroit; Miss Charlotte Hudson Co.
Bush, Grosse Pointe; and Mrs. Alice "Even if our plans do not ma-
Fitzgerald, Minneapolis. terialize," Miss Owen said yesterday,
After the luncheon the sorority en- "They mark the beginning of active
tertained at the chapter house for co-operation, between schools and
alumnae and their Ann Arbor friends, camps, a co-operation which we hope
Among the guests were Dean Emeri- to solidify further in the coming
tus Myra Jordan and Mr. Jordan. year."
Delta Sigma Pi Makes Valentine Windt To Talk
Award For Scholarship I At Zeta Phi Eta Meeting
Richard Ratcliffe, '34BAd., was Valentine C. Windt, director of
awarded the scholarship key of Delta Play Production, will be the guest
Sigma Pi, business administration speaker at an open meeting of Zeta
fraternity, at a smoker held at the Phi Eta, national speech society for
chapter house Friday. Ratcliffe was women, Wednesday night in the Zeta
awarded the key as the senior who i Phi Eta Room, Angell Hall. His top-
maintained the highest scholastic ic will be "Drama During the Past
average during his years in the School Year," and he will develop it by de-
of Business Administration, scribing critically various of the pro-
Professor Charles L. Jamison ad- ductions which played on Broadway
" this winter.
dressed the group which was made
up of members of the business ad- This is one of a series of talks by I
ministration faculty, members of Del- prominent faculty men given during
ta Sigma Pi, and friends of mem- the year under the auspices of the
bers. speech club. Others who have ap-
peared on the programs are Prof.
John Muyskens, of the phonetics de-
Mosher Hall Entertains partment and Prof. Louis Eich of the
At Di rFor Fa speech department.
AsrinneraorF acul ty
Mosher hall entertained several -





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PALO ALTO, April 25. - Whether
campus sororities stand for high
scholarship, foster friendships, and
help members do good and consis-
tent work or whether they are guilty
of the indictments most commonly re-
ported against them, will be deter-
mined by a secret vote of Stanford
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."members of the facuity at an infor-
The standing committees of the mal dinner Thursday night. The
club will have for chairmen Mrs. C. guests present were Dean and Mrs.
C. Thorpe, refreshments: Mrs. Hugh Wilbur R. Humphreys, Dr. and Mrs.
Keeler, hospitality; Mrs. Dwight Du- Roy H. Holmes, Dr. and Mrs. Mer-
mond, house, and Mrs. Earl Wolaver, win H. Waterman, Mr. and Mrs.
program. Carlton F. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Officers, committee chairmen and K. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
section chairmen made reports on the Truesdail, Mr. and Mrs. Mentor L.
activities of the past year. Guests of Willilms, Prof. and Mrs. Joseph
honor at the meeting were Mrs. Alex- Brinkman, Dr. Tryphena Humphrey,
ander G. Ruthven and Mrs. William Mr. James O'Neill, Miss Roxanne
A. Comstock. j Cowan, and Dr. Warner Patterson.
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