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THE MIIIGAN DAILY

Phi Beta Kappa
Initiates Group
Of 59 Students
Prof. Bradshaw Officiates
At Ceremony In League;
Officers Announced
Fifty-nine junior and senior stu-
dents with outstanding scholastic
records were initiated into Phi Beta
Kappa, national honorary fratern-
ity, at ceremonies held yesterday in
the chapel of the League. Prof. John
W. Bradshaw, president of the or-
ganization, presided at the ceremony
and outlined the activities of the
group.
Prof, Verner W. Crane, of the his-
tory department, spoke on the history
of Phi Beta Kappa, which was found-
ed as a national organization in 1787
and established on the Michigan
campus in 1907.
Those honored by the election in-
clude Ross Beaumont, Samuel Lipsky,
John Wolle, Hobart Rogers, Dorothy
Gies, Grace Bartling, Marvin Becker,
James Davis, and Samuel Stearns,
juniors.
Seniors in the literary college who
were initiated are Elizabeth Aigler,
Robert Carney, Arthur Clifford,
Frances Hill, Janet Ivory, Vera New-
brough, William Warner, Bertha Goss,
Rebecca White, Collerohe Krassaos-
sky, James McBurney, Nancy Atkin-
son, Richard Brandt, John Moeke,
Wanda Novinski, Jacob Weissman,
Melvin Beaudette, Marion Bertsch,
Edith Engle, Bernard Etkind, Hen-
rietta Fruend, Victor Goodicke, Ed-
mund Heitman, Meier Langhals,
John Laun, Arnold Lazarus, William
Morgan, Robert Norris, Sidney Ork-
in, Mary Sabin, Erna Schmidt, Libby
Selin, Erwin Simon, Charles Spang-
enberg, Adam Spees, Louis Staudt,
David Stewart, Kathryn Vancklas-
en.
Seniors in the School of Education
are Helen Crawford, Hildegarde Foss,
Mary Elizabeth Smith, and Lean
Waskiewicz, and members of the
Graduate School honored are John
Cuber, Rolfe Haatvedt, Chin-Chih
Jao; Charles Walcutt, and Everett
Welmers.
Keys will be awarded to the initiates
at the banquet to be held Thursday
night at which Prof. Robert D. Camp-
bell, dean of the University of Illinois
Graduate School, will speak.
Announcement was also made at
the initiation of officers of the chap-
ter who were recently elected. They
are Prof. Heber Curtis,. of the astrono-
my department, president; Prof. Rob-
ert Angell, of the sociology depart-
ment, board member, and Prof. Orma
Butler, of the Latin department, sec-
retary.
Vanity Cases Are
Designed To Match
Summer Fashions
Among all the rest of the spring
frills and furbelows the shops are
displaying some brand new summer
jewelry. A lot of it is really different,
such as the new white compacts
trimmed in plaids or checks with the
.lipsticks to match, a combination
just right for those new cotton for-.
mals. More dainty vanity cases may
be found in all the delicate pastel
shades, painted with attractive de-
signs of flowers or fruit to suit the
more conservative tastes plain styles
are also in vogue. Along this line
one of particular pote comes in the
new narrow oblong shape and is
enameled a shade of dusty pink with
two narrow silver bands on the top
for trimming.
The deluge of linen blouses which

has flooded the town seems to call
for an equally large supply of pins,
both sporty and otherwise. Some-
thing new in pins for sport clothes
may be found in the clever new nau-
tical jewelry in shapes of life savers,
canoe paddles, anchors, and wheels.
Scottie dogs and cats carved out of
wood are still good for sports wear.
One of the shops has a supply of
the new lace jewelry, both pins and
bracelets, in soft shades of pink and
white. Bone is good for jewelry again
this spring and may be seen fashioned
into large clips or rings of such va-
rious colors as to match any of the
brightest of your frocks.
ATHENA TO MEET
Athena Literary Society, hunorary
speech group, will meet at-7:30 p.m.
in the Athena room in Angell Hall.
Lillian Rosen, '36, is in charge of the
program for the evening.j
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Drake's Most Beautiful Co-eds Form Court Of Honor

These six .irls, chosen the most beautiful co-eds
attend the "queen" of the Drake Relays at Des Moines.
Barbara Marken of Des Moins, Janet Haugh of Newton,
of Centerville, Ia., and Irene Holbert of Sac City, Ia,.

-Associated Press'Photo.
at Drake University, formed a court of honor to
Left to right: Eleanor Burgeson of Des Moines,
Ia., Alice Erickson of Marshadltown, Ia., Kea Rea

Program Will Include The
Creations By Members
Of Group,_Student
Tickets for the annual Dance Club
irecital, to be given at 3:15 and 8:30
p.m. Saturday in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater, will go on sale at noon
today iu the box office of the theater,
according to Miss Emily White, di-
rector of the production.
The recital includes 14 composi-
ttions, several of which have been
created or directed by members of
the group. Thirty students will par-
ticipate.
Costumes for the demonstration
designed by Mary Thompson, '37, will
carry out the movement of the dances.
Leopards form the basis of several
of the costumes. The skirts worn by
Doris Humphrey's dance group are
the inspiration for the ones placed
over the jerseys in the various stud-
ies. Red skirts frayed at the bottom
to give the impression of flames will
be worn in the Fire Dance.
Red shafts of light will play over'
th perfo erni this number.vAt
the climax ,he floods will be switched
off and a single shaft will be directed
from the ceiling on the dancers,
Oren Parker, assistant in Play Pro-
duction, who is in charge of the light-
ing and stage effects, plans to make
the illumination conform to the idea
of the dance.

Maslen-Mabley
Ceremony Is
ReadInDetroit
Edith Lowery, Emil Keck
Wed Saturday; Smith.
Stipe Betrothal
Several weddings and engagements
of interest to students and faculty of
the University have been announced
recently.
One of the loveliest weddings was
that of Albertina Maslen, '31, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Maslen,
and T. Hollister Mabley, '31, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Mabley, which
took place at the Trinity Episcopal
church on. Saturday, April 27.
For her wedding, Miss Maslen wore
her mother's wedding gown of white
net which is of the full-skirted fash-
ion. Pastel frocks were worn by the
maid of honor and the bridesmaids.
Margaret Windham, '35, served Miss
Maslen as maid of honor, while Jessie
Campbell Law and Viola Schubert
acted as bridesmaids. The Rev. Ben-
edict Williams read the marriage
ceremony.
Louis Mabley assisted his brother
as best man, and the ushers were
Theodore Mabley, Frank Munger,
Cyril Cox, and Bruce Palmer.
Mrs. Mabley is affiliated with Alpha
Omicron Pi sorority, and Mr. Mabley
is a member of Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity. The couple will be at
home in Detroit after a short wedding
trp.
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Smith have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Frances A. Smith, to Louis
R. Stipe, '32, son of William E. Stipe.
Mr. Stipe is affiliated with Beta Theta
Pi fraternity. No date has been set
for the wedding.
Another beautiful wedding was that
of Edythe Blanche Lowery, '35,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Lowery, and Emil W. Keck, Jr., '36,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil W. Keck,
which took place at 3 p.m. Saturday,
April 27 at the St. Thomas rectory.
The Rev. Allen J. Babcock read the
ceremony before a few intimate
friends.
The bride, who was given in mar-
riage by her father, chose a model of
dawn blue crinkled crepe designed
with a short tunic blouse and a high
rolled collar.
The sister of the bride, Mrs. R. E.
Roberts, acted as maid of honor and
wore a gown of pouder blue eyelet
organdie. Mr. Keck's only attendant
was Richard Gordon, who acted as
best man. Mr. and Mrs. Keck will be
at home in Ann Arbor after a short
motor trip.
Heaney-McMonagle
The weding of Eileen F. Heaney,
daughter of Capt. and Mrs. John C.
Heaney, and John Carl McMonagle,
son of Mrs. Katherine McMonagle,
took place at St. Stephen's Catholic
church Saturday, April 27.
The bride's two sisters, Margaret
and Alyce Heaney assisted as maid
of honor and bridesmaid. Jack Lips-
comb served as best man. Mr. Mc-
Monagle is a member of Phi Kappa
fraternity.

CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES
Alpha Omicron Pi4
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held a
faculty tea on Sunday afternoon,
April 28. Guests of the sorority were
Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Adams, Prof. and
Mrs. H. F. Adams, Miss Irene Field,
Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Ford, Miss Marie
Hartwig, Prof. and Mrs. R. H. Holmes,
Prof. and Mrs. L. C. Karpinski, Prof.
and Mrs: W. A. McLaughlin, Mr. and
Mrs. M. F. Modder, Prof. and Mrs.
F. W. Peterson, Prof. and Mrs. E. W.
Sink, Prof. and Mrs. I. D. Scott, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Steere, Mrs. Mary=
Van Tuyl, and Prof. and Mrs. P. S.
Welch. Ruth Sonnanstine, '36, was
in charge of the tea.
On Monday night, April 29, in-
stallation of new officers took place.
The new officers are: Delta Glass, '36,
president; Ruth Sonnanstine, '36,
vice-president; Ruth Hess, '36, rush-
ing chairman; Jane Kretschmer, '37,
social chairman; Laura Jane Zimmer-
man, '36, treasurer; Ruth Hess, '36,
recording secretary; and Mary Alice
Baxter, '36, corresponding secretary.
Following the installation ceremon-
ies, a banquet in honor of the new
officers was held, with Mary Alice
Emmett, '35, in charge.
Kappa Sigma
At a recent meeting of Kappa Sig-
ma fraternity, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing term:
William A. Jones, '37E, president;
Alexander Muzyk, '37, vice-president;
Edmund K. Heitman, '35, treasurer;
Robert La Croix, '37, secretary; Rob-
ert Eckelberger, '37, rushing chair-
man; Luis O. Souffront, '37, social
chairman.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon recently elect-
ed the following officers: Carl Ferner,
'36, Eminent Archon; Karl Giller, '36,
Eminent Deputy Archon; George
Tourtellot, '36E, Eminent Recorder,
and Henry Riegler, '36, Eminent Cor-'
respondent.
Delta Zeta
Delta Zeta sororityrentertained
alumnae from Ann Arbor, Detroit,
Cleveland, Toledo, and Lansing at
their homecoming week-end Satur-
day and Sunday. The alumnae held
their meeting Saturday afternoon and
Saturday night they were honored at
a banquet held at the League, which
was attended by 35. Grace House
Arnold of Ann Arbor was in charge
of arrangements, assisted by Eliza-
beth Walz, '35.
The sorority recently held election
of officers for next year. Janice
Brackett, '36, was elected president;
Jeanette Will, '36, vice-president.;
Irene Lyons, '37, secretary; Angelina
Firelli, '36, treasurer, and Marcie Mat-
thews, '35Ed, rushing chairman.
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Annual Benefit
Bridge Party
4 Will Be Held
Mrs. L. W. Oliphant To
Be Hostess Saturday;
Will Meet At 2 P.M.
The annual benefit bridge party
! to provide a fund for emergency gifts
to University women given by the
Junior Group of the Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti branch of the American
Association of University Women will
be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. L. W. Oliphant in Bar-
ton Hills.
The fund is distributed through
the offices of Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
being distributed in small amounts
where the need is most apparent. It
has also been suggested that a part
of the fund be given to Michigan
State Normal since members of the
organization from Ypsilanti also con-
tribute.
Special guests at the tea will be.
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean
Lloyd, Dean Lydia I. Jones, Miss
Maude Hagle of Ypsilanti and Mrs.
Albert Reeves. Arrangements are
being made for 80 tables. Transpor-
tation can be arranged through Mrs.
William Walz, cars leaving at 1:30
p.m. from the theater entrance of~the
League.
Engineering Fraternity
To Give Informal Dance
Tau Beta Pi ,national honorary
engineering fraternity, is planning an
informal dance for Friday night, May
3. The committee in charge is com-
posed of Walter Buhl, '35E, chairman,
fEric Sommer, '35E, Lawrence Lentz,
'35E, and Morris Demers, '35E.
Patrons and patronesses for the af-
fair will be Dean and Mrs. H. C. Sad-
ler, Dean and Mrs. A. H. Lovell,
Professor and Mrs. A. H. White, and
Prof. H. C. White.
Votes For Mardi Gras
Queen Must Be Cast
All votes for queen of the Mardi
Gras must be cast before 6 p.m.
each day while the voting con-
tinues. Ballot boxes are placed
in the Union, League, Angell Hall,
Romance Language Building, and
the dormitories.

President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will hold the sixteenth in a
series of open teas for University
students from 4 to 6 p.m. today in
their home on South University Ave.
Houses specially invited include Nu
Sigma Nu, Chi Phi, Alpha Tau
Omega, Delta Kappa Epsilon frater-
nities and Delta Gamma and Kappa
Kappa Gamma sororities, and Jot-
dan Hall. Women pouring at the tea
tables will be Laura Manchester, '36,
Kathryn Rietdyk, '36, and Martha
Steen, '36.

Motion Pictures: Wuerth, "Biog-
raphy of a Bachelor Girl" with Ann
Harding and "Case of the Howling
Dog" with Warren William; Majestic,
"Gold Diggers of 1935" with Dick
Powell; Michigan, "Reckless" with
Jean Harlow; Whitney, "In Spite of
Danger" with Marian Marsh and
"Revenge Rider" with Tim McCoy.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
ADELPHI TO MEET
Adelphi House of Representatives
will meet tonight to discuss the propo-
sition, "Resolved, That the Jury Sys-
tem Should Be Abolished and a Dif-
ferent Method of Administering Jus-
tice Should Be Substituted." Bruce
Johnson, '38, will lead the affirmative
discussion and Harry Shniderman,
'38, the negative.

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