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AY, MAY 23, 1935

THE MICHIGAN D A TLY

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Athletic Award
Is Presented
To Delta Zeta'
Cora Nielsen, '36, Named
Golf Cup Winner; Other
W.A.A. Honors Given

Gwenn Plays Forger In 'Laburnum Grove'

Delta Zeta sorority with 100 pe:
cent participation in athletics and
300 W.A.A. points was the recipient
of the participation cup presented
during the Lantern Night ceremonies
held last night at Palmer Field under
the auspices of the Women's Ath-
letic Association and the.League. The
presehtation was made by Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, director of physical edu-
cation for women.a
Announcement of the awards was
made from the balcony of Couzens
Hall following the formation of the
"M" by the four classes of women.
Brenda Parkinson, '36, president of
W.A.A., introduced Dr. Bell, iwhc
read the athletic awards. Cora Neil-
sen, '36, was named the winner of
the golf cup donated by Mrs. Stewart
Hanley to be presented to the girl
making the most progress in golf this
year.
Honors in dancing went to Jose-
phine Gibson, '35; Beatrice Lovejoy
'38; Patricia Nelson, '38; Gertrude
Penhale, '36Ed.; Margaret Rogers
'36; Betty Gatward, '38; May Thomp-
son, '37; Julia Wilson, '36; Collin
Wilsey, '35, and Josephine Brockaw',
'36.
Large "Ms" given to those having
earned 1,000 points in W.A.A. were
awarded to Henrietta Cherrington,
'35; Helen Gillespie, '35; Marjorie Is-
rael, '35; Althea Lisle, '35; Gertrude
Morris, '35, and Lucille Wyman, '35.
Adele Gardner, '37, and Louise P1ine,
'36, having earned 600 points, were
named as privileged to wear the
W.A.A. pin.
Those having 300 points and win-
ning the small "M" include Jean
Gourlay, '37;' Adele Gardner, '37;
Elizabeth Howard, '36; Louise Locke-
man, '37; Louise Paine, '36; Nancy
Quirk, '37, and Anna Schinman, '36.
Following the announcement of the
winners of the athletic awards, Dean
Alice Lloyd read the names of those
girls elected to membership in Alpha
Lambda Delta, Wyvern, Mortarboard,
and Senior Society.
The ceremonies followed a play day
in which six girls from each house,
distinguished in athletics, were guests.
A supper at which Dr. Bell presented
the athletic awards, concluded the
play day.
TO BUILD MEMORIAL
BUFFALO, N. Y., May 22.-(AP) -
A white iron double bed from the fa-
mous Ansley Wilcox home where
Theodore Roosevelt took the oath as
President was sold today for 10 cents
at an auction to clear the buildings
for use as a Roosevelt memorial.

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League Garden
Will Be Scene
Of Breakfast
Dean Lloyd, Mrs. CongerI
To Speak; Billie Blum Is
Toastmistress
Completed plans for the entertain-.
ment for the Annual Senior Break-I
fast to be held Sunday in the gardens
of the League have been announcedk
by Virginia Cluff, chairman of the en-
tertainment committee..
Billie Blum will act as toastmis-
tress and will introduce the two
speakers, Dean Alice Lloyd and Mrs.
Lucile Conger. The trio from the
1935 Junior Girls' Play, composed of
Maxine Maynard, Helene Graham
and Mary Morrison, will sing songs
from the play and will lead the gath-
ering in the singing of Michigan
songs.
A skit, entitled "Julio and Romiet,"
will be presented by Charlotte Bax-
ter, '38, Helen Jane Barr, '38, and
Carla Weimer, '37, residents of Helen
*Newberry dormitory.
Decorations, which are being
planned by Mary Stirling, will consist
of spring flowers, mainly of lilacs.
The traditional ceremony will be
carried out whereby those who are
engaged will be presented with lemons
and those who are married will blow
out candles, it was announced by
Charlotte Whitman.
Miss Whitman is general chairman
of the affair. She is being assisted
by Billie Griffiths and Mary Ferris,
co-chairmen for the breakfast, Miss
Cluff, entertainment, Miss Stirling,
decorations,. Ann Osborn, patronesses,
Margaret Phalan, publicity and Betty
Hill, tickets.

Even such Dyed in the wear hseiers as Btrnari Baxley (Melville
Ceuper) and his hrwish wife (Elizabeth Risdon) can't convince Mrs.
Radfern (Molly Pearson) that he. husband, Edmund Gwenn, center, is
really the forger and counterfeiter who has baffled Scotland Yard in
this scene from "Laburnum Greve" the current Dramatic Season pro-
duction playing at the Mendelssohn theater through Saturday.
Floral Odors Are Most Popular
In New Perfumes For Spring
By ROSALIE KANNERS oughly acceptable for the woman who
Before the hatless fad was com- likes to have only a faint suggestion
monly accepted, it used to be said that of fragrance about her. Geghers has
all a woman needed to break the a delightful "Mimzy."
Spring lethargy was a new hat. With Many find it economical to buy
the absence of any creditable inter- eau de colognes scented with their
est in hats, the woman of today turns favorite odors. Lentheric puts out
to perfumes for the "spiritual life" the very popular triple combination
that a new hat used to give her. of "Miracle," "Lotus d' Or," and "As-
The' most popular fragrances for phrodele." These are more lasting
this time of the year are the floral than most toilet waters because there
odors and the very light blended per- is less alcohol content in the base
fumes. The spicy odor of pinks, the used in their making. Lelong also
.weet lily-of-the-valley, lilac, and the has toilet waters, which he prefers to
more sophisticated gardenia are lead- call concentrates, of the many fra-
ing, according to reports of Ann Ar- grances to which he puts his name.

Chosen May Queen

Dormitory Has
Honors Dinner

--Associated Press Photo.
Miss Shirley Larson, of Paxton,
Illinois, was recently crowned queen
of the May at Northwestern Uni-
versity, Evanston, Illinois. She was
chosen in a general campus elec-
tion.
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Summper Plans
Announced By
Learue Head

The annual Honors Dinner was held
at Helen Newberry Residence last
night to entertain the members of
the governing board and for those
residents of the house who had at-
tained scholastic recognition during
the past year. Dorothy Briscoe, '37,
was in charge of arrangements.
Crystal appointments were used on
the tables in the dining room, and
the tables were decorated with apple
blossoms and pink tapers. Margaret
Cutler, '36, president of the house,
introduced the members of the board
and Dean Alice B. Lloyd who pre-
sented the awards, The women hon-
ored included Isabelle Jackson, '35
Ed., Eileen McManus, '36, Elinore
Clarke, '38, and Edith Gold, '35.
Mrs. Henry Douglas, Mrs. James
Hayes, Mrs. Frances Osborne, Miss
Claire Sanders, and Dean Lloyd, were
the members of the board who were
present.
Miss Ruth Pfohl, director of the
dormitory, presided at the head table,
and the governing board, the honored
women, and the old and new student
boards were also there. The new
house officers and those who recently
went out of office who were seated
there included Margaret Cutler, '36,
Ruth Clarke, '37, Myra Schwan, '36,
Ruth Allderige, '38, Dorothy Briscoe,
'37, Jeane Gibbs, '37, Alice Stebbins,
'38, Isabelle Currie, '35, Katherine
Choate, '36, Elsa Van Slyke, '36, and
Harriet Wojtowicz, '35.
Carol Mahon, '38SM, was in charge
of the short musical program which
followed the dinner. The girls who
were honored received corsages.
EDMONSONS ENTERTAIN
Dean and Mrs. James B. Edmonson
entertained last night at a family
dinner at their home on Michigan
Ave., in honor of the birthday of Mrs.
Edmonson's sister, Mrs. John C. King-
man of East Orange, N.J.
Mrs. Homer Bassford and Mrs.
Phillip Bartelme, also sisters of Mrs.
Edmonson, came from St. Louis for
the occasion.
POINT COMMITTEE
An important meeting of the
Merit Point Committee will be
held at 4:30 today in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.

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"Tweed" Is Popular
A delightful new fragrance called
"Tweed" is being put out by the
makers of Lentheric odors. "Tweed
has a clean, heathery odor, an odor
to wear with sport and business cos-
tumes. It comes attractively. and ap-

Mrs. Bursley
Honors une
Bride At Tea

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PUN CH OS
They're Kayser's cool,
sporty, tailored un-
dies with a punch.
Holey fabric that
can't run-woven that

propriately packaged vin ta, rather ___
large, squat, square bottle, with aMisBtylacrddugero
modernistically designed wooden top Miss Betty Blanchard, daughter of
Thebotleis ase i a quae Ox* Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morley of Lone
The bottle is cased in a square box, Pine Road, Bloomfield Hills, has
of a brown tweed-like print pattern, chosen Saturday, June 29, as the date
Frtewoman whose favorite hrmrig oFizK lee
flowers are violets, nothing better of her marriage to Fritz K. Kleene,
could be found than Roger and Gal- son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kleene
let's "Violette de Parme," long the of Ashville, N. C., and formerly of
most popular in its field for its pun- Ann Arbor. The wedding will be
gent charm iofficiated by the Rev. Dr. S. S. Mar-
entcharm. hhquis in Christ Church, Cranbrook,
In connection with the Silver Jubi- at 8:30 in the evening.
lee now holding forth in England, Mrs. Joseph Bursley, aunt of the
Yardley is reviving interest in a per- groom-elect, entertained at a tea for
fume brought out two years ago by Miss Blanchard at her home on Hill
them, called "Fragrance." This is a Street Tuesday afternoon. Calla
sweet, delicate odor with a marvel- lilies, white lupin, and white sweet
ously refreshing quality mpeas with tapers also of white were
Attractive Bottle chosen for the decoration.
Lucien Lelong is featuring a The bride-elect, a graduate of Lig-
"French Lavender" that is crisp and gett School, has chosen her sister,
cool and delightfully bottled. The Frances Anne Morley, as maid of hon-
round base of the container is pale or and Mrs. Hewett Sale of Bloomfield
pink frosted glass while the long Hills, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, Miss
neck is dull gold. This bottle with Virginia Wills, and Mrs. Glendon
the lovely odor it holds would make Roberts of Detroit as bridesmaids.
a very acceptable gift. Thomas H. Kleene, a student in the
While it is true that the heavier University, is to be his brother's best
scents are being abandoned for the man. Fritz Kleene attended school
lighter floral odors, many still prefer at Hillschool, Pottstown, Pa., and was
a sophisticated fragrance. If you do enrolled in the Literary College of
not care for the naivete inspired by the University of Michigan.
violets and lilac and lavender, you While in school here he was affiliat-
may enjoy "En Avion" by Caron. This ed with Alpha Delta Phi fraternity
is a smart, lasting odor, contained in and Mimes, an honorary campus dra-'
a handsome bottle and capped in matic society, besides being an active
shining chromium. The box is small member of the Union operas of 1928
and square and banded with strips and 1929.
of the bright metal. The couple will make their home
"Mimzy" Still Good after July 15 in Highland Park, where
"Mimzy," although not as popular Mr. Kleene has been associated with
now as it was a few years ago, is still the Standard Accident Insurance
very good. It is an exquisite com- Company for five years.
bination of lilac and lily-of-the-valley
scents, light and delicate and thor- ReCa
___________________ legent Cram To Speak
Before Annual Meeting'
e Mrs. Leroy V. Cram, a regent of
the University, will be the speaker at
the annual meeting of the Wash-I
Metion Pictures: Wuerth, "Right tenaw County Federation of Wom-
To Live" with Josephine Hutchinson en's Clubs, to be held at the Charles!
and "Music in the Air" with John McKenny Hall in Ypsilanti today.
Boles; Majestic, "The Woman in Red" Mrs. Cram is the first woman to hold
with Barbara Stanwyck and "A Dog the office of regent.
of Flanders" with Frankie Thomas; I Miss Sally Woodward, a member
Michigan, "Star of Midnight" with of the radio staff of WWJ station of
William Powell; Whitney, "Secret the Detroit News; will be the toast-
Bride" with Warren William and mistress, and Mrs. Julio del Toro,
"Law Beyond the Range" with Tim president of the federation, will con-
McCoy. duct the meeting.
Exhibitions: Exhibition of etching - -
and drawings by Dr. Warren P. Lom-
bard and an international exhibition Watch Repairing!
of children's work, Alumni Memorial
Hall. HALLER'S $
Drama: Lydia Mendelssohn, "La- Jewelry
burnum Grove" with Edmund Gwenn,
8:15 p.m. State and Liberty
Dancing: Hut Cellar.

F1Jean Seeley, '36, will continue as
CHAPTER HOUSE president of the League during the
summer session, it was announced
ACTIVITY NOTES yesterday. This will be the third
summer that Miss Seeley has workedE
r in connection with the League. Miss
The proximity of examination time Ethel McCormick will continue her
f has not as yet succeeded in putting work as social director.
a damper on social activities. Din- Activities for the summer will in-I
ners, teas, steak roasts, and spring lude faculty and student teas and
formals are still being announced by I h eua rdyadStra
the various Chapter Houses. F night dances. Plans are being formu-t
Alpha Xi Delta lated to extend the social activities
Alpha Xi Delta will give a tea of the League by providing more nu-
this Saturday afternoon in honor of merous teas than have been held
their house mother, Mrs. Wendell T. formerly.
Moore. Students who are to be enrolled in,
Chi Omega summer school are urged to applyI
Mrs. L. W. Oliphant will entertain for position in connection with theI
the entire Chi Omega active chap- League work. A council, similar to
ter as well as the local alumnae and that of the regular session, will be
patronesses at a steak roast Satur- organized.
day, May 25, at her home in Barton
Hills. The women plan to go' out
early in the afternoon to enjoy a swim Senior Women Are
and canoeing before supper which will
be held in the Boat House. Honored By
Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma sorority entertained M chigan Tradition
Margery Packard, one of the guest
stars -for the dramatic season, at din- Ann Arbor once again witnessed the
ner at their house last night, fulfillment of one of Michigan's old-
Kappa Kappa Gamma est traditions when all of the senior
Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold its women were honored last night at the
Spring Formal Saturday, May 25, at celebration of Lantern Night.
the Washtenaw Country Club. Vir- The senior women, true to custom,
{ ginia J. Spray, '37, Social Chairman formally, passed on the position they
in charge of the event, has arranged have held for the past year to the
to have Bill Marshall's Orchestra juniors when they presented them
play. Mr. and Mrs. H. Segar Slifer with their lanterns. The juniors, in
will chaperone the party. turn, presented their hoops to the
Alpha Tau Omega sophomore women while the fresh-
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity en- men moved up one place.
tertained members of the faculty at The trees surrounding Palmer Field
a dinner last night. The guests were were filled with hundreds of tiny
Dean and Mrs. W. R. Humphreys lanterns which lighted the darkened
Prof. and Mrs. W. J. Emmons, and field, adding a true fairyland atmo-
Prof and Mrs. E D. Mitchell. James sphere. In the distance, the Univer-
Eberly, '35, was in charge of the ai-sity of Michigan Varsity Band played
rangements. - the various popular Michigan songs
during the march.
Shortly after dark, the long pro-
Ensmingers Win Weekly cessicn started to move from the top
Duplicate Bridge Game of the hill behind Mosher Jordan to
the field below with Barbara Suth-
Tn the weekly duplicate bridge erland, '35Ed., leading the line. The
game played Tuesday night at the seniors, wearing their caps and gowns,
League, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ensminger ' walked four abreast carrying their
were top with a score of 82. Mrs. lanterns.
Mary Blake and Constantine Lhe- Behind them came the juniors
vinne were second with 791/2. East sophomores and freshmen respective-
and West the winners were Ray ly. The line of march was culminated
Whipple and C. S. Rogers with a score with the formation of a large illu- !
of 73%, while a score of 70 brought minated block "M," and the cere-
Mrs. William Halstead and William monies ended with the singing of
Holmes to second place. "The Yellow and The Blue."I

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