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4 E SUAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1935

'I'IIL MICHIGAN DAILY

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~ESDAY, FEWXTJAUY 20, 1935 THE MIChIGAN DAILY PAGE FITh

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Graduutc Turns From, Job As SkatiHg arty Planned
By W.A.A. For SaturdayoS
T A At

Engarements
Are Announced
Dishinan-Seiffert Vows Are
Spoken In Detroit At
Private Ceremony
Several marriages and engagements
of interest to University students and
faculty have been announced.h
At a private ceremony recently in
Detroit Dorothy Jane Dishman, '33, .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dish-
man, was married to Karl Seiffert, '33,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Berthold Seif-
fert.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Seiffert were
members of The Daily staff while in
the University, she as a member of
the women's staff and he as city edi-
tor. The former Miss Dishman was Bt y Rich, '36, was ciezted rush-
affiliated with Pi Beta Phi sorority ing _crcary ef Pa. hellenie Associa-
and Mr. Sciffert, now a member of trda
the Detroit News editorial staff, with t o a _ he meepng yesterday.
Sigma Nu fraternity. Mr. Seiffert was!
also a member of Michigamua and - j , iV
president of Sigma Delta Chi during I

Ho
A number o
tained lately w
informal parti
announced the
Alpha
Alpha Epsil
ity, entertaine
informal part
of the house ,
Doris Whitney
Alice Burton,
waliszyn and
Al]
Mrs. Helen
land, 0., pro
sorority, is th
Delta sorority
initiated at a
cently.
Announcem
tion of officer,
ia Minsker,
Johnson, '36.
Ann Ellis, '3
Peggy Shaw,

his senior year. S eech Pro grams retary; Jean
The couple will make their home on chairman; an
West Boston Boulevard, Detroit.T s social chairm
iProf. Richard D. T. Hollister of the The
Engagements Announced speech department, together with the memb
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Poat, students taking classes in oral in- AlThasrr
Battle Creek, announced the engage- terpretation and the members of the sori
ment of their daughter, Ruth Evelyn Interpretive Arts Society, will pre- and tapers
Poat, '35, to William Van Antwerp sent a weekly program this year of I shades will d
Bailey, son of Mrs. John W. Bailey, various types of readings it was an- rangements f
and the late Mayor Bailey, Battle nounced yesterday. planned by M
CekonFb2.These weekly meetings will be held,I Zel
Miss Poat is a member of Collegiate' Profe' -{o Hoilister stated, at 4 p.m. Zeta Tau)
Sorosis sorority and Zeta Phi Eta. She on Wednesday afternoons, in Room informal dan
is Vice-archon of Zeta Phi Eta. She 20 Mason Hall. They will be without Music wa
is known on campus for her work in admittance charge and will be open
the Sophomore Cabaret, and her com- po the ublic, both students and Wheeler's or
mitee Work in the Junior Girls' Play. townspeople being cordially invited. Kerwin, '36, w
Mr. Bailey is a senior at Harvard The program will invariably begin ments. Mrs.
College, and affiliated with Delta Up- before 4:10 p.m. and will not last and Mrs. All
silon fraternity. No date has been longer than an hour and a quarter, Alumni from
set as yet for the wedding. according to Professor Hollister. The
Another engagement of interest length of the program will depend ma Cooper,
that has been announced is that of upon the type of literature chosen as Emily Grame
Laura Jean Kempf, '34, Fremont, to the presentation for the day.
Edward Passon, Chicago. Miss Kempf The first program of the new sem-
i ester will be held tomorrow, when;-
Pauline Elber Is Wed Professor Hollister will read fron Heyarj]
Feb. 2 was the date of the wedding the works, both poetical and prose,
of Pauline Elber, '33, Yale, and Whit- of Rudyard Kipling. Professor Hollis-
mer Peterson, '34, Fremont, 0. After ter will also be featured on the pro- Zeta Phi E
a short wedding trip, the couple re- gram next week at which time he ciety, held a
turned to Yale, Mich., where they will present readings from George terday in the
have taken up residence for the win- Bernard Shaw's Androcles and the plans for the
ter. Mrs. Peterson is a member of Lion. outs for mem
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. tion will be h
in the Zeta
Delta Zeta sorority has announced Al 1ha N uWill Consider f fourth floor
the marriage of two of its members .pl nie orhfor
which took place during the Christ-I Cha ge Of Constitution who have re
mas holidays. Cowho wish to

V11J AAII. !ier" (( T P 1 Y} ork" 1lh F' tUL tts W.A.A.Fissponsoring a skating party 1V r IpI.UGei t-.
Saturday afternoon at either the Coli-
s D ancesseum or a neighboring lake. The Union W eekl
Ater graduation from the Uni- is stupid, but for one to be trying to group will meet at 2 p.m. at the Wom-
vc -sity in 1929, l'h C. Kendrick 1do it, the case is obviously hopeless. en's Athletic Building and will set out
if sororities have enter- started out to find a job, any job, That settles it: one is utterly mad. from there. A new vocal soloist will make her
vith rushing dinners and in a theatre since then the parts But it took me a year to get out of This is the first of the bi-weekly first appearance with the 10-piece
es. Alpha Xi Delta has he has played have raiged from Pe- the place. Until an offer came to play! outdoor parties in the new semester. Michigan Union dance band at the
eir officers for next year. truclio in "The Taming of the in stock in Denver, I had had all the as in . outdoor sportregular Friday night membership
Betty Evans, '26, W.A.A.oudosprdactoehldFbay22ith
a Epsilon Iota Shrew," to Nana, the dog, in "Peter usual despair and misgivings and was manager arranges these affairs dance to be held February 22 in the
manaer, rranes heseaffars. Union ballroom.
on Iota, medical soror- Pan." At present he is playing in nearly ready to accept my fate as a
d seven freshmen at an that successful New York producticn. waiter - and a part-time waiter at The singer, Clarawanda Sisson,
y h"Personal Appearance," and between that,"36SM, of Ann Arbor, was starred in
ere: Elizabeth Kitchen, 192 i and the present there 'hangs a The Denver job did not last long, the Gilbert and Sullivan light opera,
tale' the good people of Denver refused to Iolanthe, which was recently pro-
, WihemiahVan Dyke, ae'J
Leonora Nan Dk r. Kendrick's first part was a bit make an appearance at the box office, duced here jointly by the School of
as an Irish cop in a revival of Jules and the company took the road. After Motion Pictures: Wuerth* "First Music and Play Production.
Helen Hagey. Verne's "Tour du Monde" at the a series of one-night 'stands' in the W Lo''' Miss Sisson will appear regularly
pha Xi Delta Goodman Theatre in Chicago. In this wilds of Wyoming and Colorado that with the orchestra each Friday and
Fast Howard, of Cleve- i m d m Majestic, "We Live Again with Anna Saturday night throughout the re-
,vince president of the, first commercial dramatic atempt asted two weeks, the whole thing was Sten and "A Wicked Woman" withmineoftesetr.Acdngo
he had six different and distinct given up as a mistake. mainder of the semester. According to
e guest of the Alpha Xi 'walk ons' at a salary of nine dollars New Yark Again Mady Christians; Michigan, The Robert Steinle, director of the Union
Ruth Rowell, '36, was a week. I w start that led Iron Duke" with George Arliss; Whit- band, she will be featured in novelty
a formal ceremony re- to a few monts in little theatres and! Mr. Kendrick got to New York with ney, "One Exciting Adventure" with tunes and currently-popular hits.
stoack companies in Grand Rapids andthe assistance of friends and played Binnie Barnes and "S in g S i n g Last year Mary Ann Mathewson,
ent is made of the elec- Ann Arbor. n a two-week 'un of Camille" with Nights." 34SM, appeared with the Union or-
s for next year. Virgin- Dc ribes Ep'riences Lillian Gish. His part consisted in Choral Union Concert: The Gordon chestra during the second semester,
'36, president; Amber From there he went to Minneapolis playing a piano off stage, with a 'fill String Quartet, 3:15 p.m., Hill Audi-
vice-president; Julia and then to the coast, w'here he in' on stage as a servant or one of torium.
6, recording secretary; pl"e nSn abr o w the gambler's in the ballroom scene.
', rcorrending seer played in Santa Barbara for two Six weeks at Macy's followed the Exhibitions: Exhibition of Persian
37, corresponding sec- months. At the end of these twoiano playing and then came a tour miniature paintings, open from 2 to DebateA League
Friederici, '37, rushing moths he was out of a job and land- through the South and Middle West 5 p.m. daily, South Gallery, Alumni -'
ad Theresa Jaycox, '37, ed in Hollywood looking for work. i with Tony Sarg's Marionettes-again Memorial Hall. Athena, honorary literary and for-
an. Air. Kendrick describes his Holly- as a piano player. Dancing: Hut Cellar. ensic society presented the program
eta Phi Alpha wood experiences in the following featured at the meeting of the Ann
ers of the Theta Phi wads: "For an unknown to as much The next summer he played stock ------ ------ Arbor womens Club held ester-
ty will entertain at a as dream of crashing into pictures in Elizabeth, N. J. for two weeks and BEANS WIN DIVORCE daybin the l he Lesge,
_rtghs--I then cane a chance at Southampton. Iay in te ballroom of the League.
er tonight. Tulle bows It was there that "Double Door" was CAMDEN, N. J.. Feb. 19. - (A)- The program was sponsored by the
corresponding pastel Fi A re first tried out, with such success that Testimony that her husband gave her Better American Speech division of
ecorate the tables. Ai'-; Fabriicwstaest ewYrki Sp a shower bath of baked beans has the club.
r the dinner have been t andtakentetob b NetheYseason's firstwon a divorce recommendation for The program consisted of a debate
ary M. O'Neill, '36. - W hit. Mr. Kndrick's part in it was a Mrs. Rebecca F. Donovan, 27 years on the subject of government control
to Tau Alpha ~ ~ prominent one: he said, "I was pretty I old.' of munitions. The speakers for the
Alpha sorority held an 0f >lprintg iFashion "afraidof the ordeal when the Net She testified in Chancery Court affimative were Eleanor Blum, '35,
ce on Saturday night. York opening was assured, but the that her tuba-playing husband Dorothy Saunders, '35,Eand Barbara
furnished by George Well, its just about time now to show went over, ran till January, her life and trailed her Lutz, '36, and Mary Esther Burns,
chestra and Katherine think about selecting a wadrobe of then went on the road." at night when she took short walks, '37, presented the negative of the
'as in charge of arrange- smart new spring clothes and here Plays In Ann Arbor before showering her with a bowl of question. Katherine Stoll, '37L, pres-
clotes ad hre bansident of Athena, announced the de-
Mary Teller and Mr. are a few suggestions in regard to Last summer Mr. Kendrick played bcais. baend itred the spee
en Sherzer chaperoned. the new trends that may help. In in Ann Arbor for three weeks bate and introduced the speakers.
Detroit returning for the fist place fabrics have changed! "Shining Hour." "Macbeth," and "She TESTS TO BE GIVEN
re Myrtle Cooper, Thel- trcmendously in the last year. In- Loves Me Not." The iest of the sum- Two appointments are still avail- DAAS Feb. 19.- -AU) -Sheriff
Grace Hamilton and ,tead of the sombie tones of last iner he spent playing various resort able for the vocation tests to be given W. F Cat of Gar C
s. ;piing we now have goods :f a cheer- theatres. by Johnson O'Connor, well-known ex- three othcr West Texans wer, in-
ftibatlefef aeilsaesm- Tis last fall liei'eturned to New treohrWs easwr n
ul, pastel effect. Material are simp- 'York. and is still playing in "Per- perimenter in this field, Wednesday, dicted by Federal grand jury today on
i Eta Plans l " in appeaane, finer in quality. j A " Thursday, and Friday in 249 W. Engi- murder charges for the machine gun
n regard to woolens, the classic Mr. Kcndiick has his philosophy neering Bldg., it was announced yes- I slaying of Spencer Stafford, a Federal
Of Tryou s ar Al of the acting profession too; he says, terday. narcotic agent, at Post, Tex., Feb. 7.
sthese comed them sirds "In this profession one is up or down
- there is only rarely any certainty------
Ita, women's speech so- plaids broken in design, and f:r - and no one knows better than I
luncheon meeting yes- spert bold, bright checks. The new .ow lucky I have been these two
League grill to discuss wool georgette is fast gaining in season. However well one is accepted
coming semester. Try- ,tciue as is meshy wool tulle. Crink- in the theatre, next season arrives
bership in the organiza- led weaves, as well as smooth fab- with practically no recollections of j JACQUES GORDON, 1st Violin PAUL ROBYN, Viola
ield next Tuesday night ries such as serge, rep and gabar- what went on this season. People
Phi Eta room on the {dic will be worn extensivelyatawnt 'etised'n Pol DAVID SACKSON, 2nd Violin NAOUM BENDITZKY, Cellist
P aodbe s simply become 'established' in the ----
of Angell Hall. Those Sheer Wool Popular I present-day theatre over night, near- j
eceived invitations and Very chic in design is a little gown ly - only to discover they weren't
qualify for membership of sheer wool in a black and white even staying cut the year."
a three minute speech or check pattern, having a green cowl A biographical sketch of Mr. Kend-
ng at this time. scerf at the neckline to set it off. rick, written by himself, will appear in
nd initiation ceremonies Snmart too is an aqua and brown an early issue of the Michigan Alum-
Mlanned to take place combination with an extra high nus.
hin the next three weeks. neckline and cartridge pockets.-_
Along with the new woolens fr ARTS CRAFTS GUILD
,:-ri nmprans taffet'as silks.I The weekly all-day meeting of the I ,

Helen Cook, '34BAd., president ofI
the sorority last year, was married to
Joseph Radke, '34BAd. The wedding
took place in Detroit where the couple
has taken up residence. The mar-I
riage .of. .nmma,-Lguing, '34, and
Francis Wright, '34, Yale, was held
in Rutherford, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.
Leuning are making their home in
Cleveland.
Aileen McQuinn Engaged
The engagement of Aileen Mc-
Quinn, '35Med., to Dr. Russell C.
MacKenzie was announced at a din-
ner held at the medical sorority re-
cently. Miss McQuinn is also a mem-
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority.
Dr. MacKenzie, who is acting as
resident dentist at the Ypsilanti State
T T..Jif l f. A_ I;. -;, -- __ 1

Members of Alpha Nu, honorary may present a
speech fraternity, will meet tonight to a brief readix
ecnsider plans for a complete reor- Pledging ar
ganization of the society. have been x
At the 'meeting last Wednesday, sometime wit]
PJesident Arthur Marlowe, '36, - ap- -
pointed several committees to draw{
up plans. These will be presented Ann Arb
tcnight. The most sweeping change, To Hold
according to Marlowe, is expected to
be a revision of the Alpha Nu consti- The AnnE
tution. hold an exhib
on the thirdf
exhibition wh
CHAPTER HOUSE tions of phile
neighboring
ACTIVITY NOTES Arbor is open
j___general publi
- --- Fn]nl ins tl

r Stamp Club
Exhibit At Union1
Arbor Stamp Club will1
ition at 3 p.m. Saturday
floor of the Union. The
ich includes the collec-
tilists from Detroit and
towns as well as Ann
i without charge to the
c.
.ha nhibitinnahtmn

s rsuIci's, piques, linen, printed Arts and Ci-afts Guild will be held
veiles, and nets. Prints ccme in tiny from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and from 7 to
patters of geometric, or floral de- 9 p.m. today in the Nickels Arcade.
signs. Mrs. Getorge Slocum and Mrs. Don
One particular print of note called Drake will be hostesses for the after-
High Hat, comes made up in brown noon meeting and Mrs. Homer God-
with a stiff Puritan collar and a lit- freytand Mrs. ose Josselyn for the
tle jacket caught across the front by _________tonigh
boas.
Silks Prove-Good jH
Now for the other materials. Silks Tuis, Drss
arc pure and lustrous, while taffetas ; Suits Coats mode
tend to be crisp and spring like. Some I /
dIR Ol d

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L' 'iowingLn e exnm on, a banquetI
will be held, the tickets for which1

'i~'pi au attencted Michigan and 1 Pledgings, dinners and initiations
while a student here was a member j open the second semester of under-
of Psi Omega fraternity. graduate and graduate sororities.
Beta Kappa Rhot
Beta Kappa Rho, society of women (
:tu dents living in private homes, held
- initiation ceremonies Saturday night
x-ans roonam the League. Those admitted to
membership were Zelda Burke, '38,
I Mary Evans, '7, Alice Miles, '38, Dor-
Or LunchleonIothy Bremer, '38, Elizabeth Vander-
nutt, '35, Doris Nordgren, '38, Helen
Douglas. '38, Bernice Lewis, '37,
An education luncheon program has Bertha Kolb, '38, Nilo Miller, '38, Ga-
been planned by three of the depart- brielle Sauve, '38, Ann Lysczyk, '35,
ment of the Women's Club of Ann and Loai Koehl. '35.
Arbor to be held tomorrow afternoon Pi Beta Phi
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League. Luncheon will be served at PtB 'n Phisororiy announces thy
12:30 p.m. and the program will fol- ld ,ing of Henrietta Cherrington,
low. .35Ed. Beth Ranney, '37A, was affil-
iated at a meeting of the chapter
Dr. M. R. Keyworth of Detroit, sup- held yesterday.
erintendent of schools in Hamtramc%, Pledging Ann utced
will be one of the speakers for the
program. Another speaker, Dr. C. C. Chi Omega sorority announces the
Slemmons of Grand Rapids, state pledging of Barbara Roberts, '37, of
health commissioner, will discuss Houghton.
county health education. Another o <--;; ;;;;>o<=;>o<;>o<;;;;;> <
feature of the program will be a dis-
cussion of the introduction of the
Thatcher-Sias bill in the Legislature.c S
Mrs. Delmar E. Standish will have W edtCJ S C
charge of the luncheon and will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Avery Shroth and Mrs. Single and Twin U
Dugald Duncanson. Hostesses for <
receiving the guests are Mrs. Julio ,
del Toro, Mrs. Charles Eaton, and
Miss Katherine Diehl.
Mrs. George E. Carrothers is in '
charge of the first part of the pro-
gram and of the county federation .
committee. Mrs. Burr Boyland, di- .
rector of the apilied education de-
par tment, will preside. Others of this
de-aitment who have been active i
completing plans for the program are c
Mrs. W. C. Head, Mrs. Ezra C. Shoe- j
craft, Miss Ni a K. Preston, and Mrs.
Edward C. Blakeman. - - - -
Representatives of the educational
departments of the University and oL95 upD
p iipals 'of the schools here and ___I
my county supervisors will be pres-
en t.

may be attained during the afternoon silks are even being made up to re-
from Wilmott Shanklin, secretary of senible peasant linen. Peasant cot-
the club. Lyndon Babcock, member , tons and linens continue to be good.
of the Detroit Philatellic Society and Net, which has heretofore been kept
a prominent speaker over the radio, exclusively for evening wear, is now
will give a short illustrated talk at the being worked over into afternoon at-
dinner. tire.

ana emodjewa.
Style and Workmanship
Guaranteed
MARY HUTZEL
Ph. 3468 506 E. Liberty

W .,- e .20, 8:15
Choral Union Series Hill Auditorium
TICKETS $1.00 - $1.50 - $2.00

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One-Quarter of her
Energy is used in
SEEIN I
MORE than that, a'recent test in a scientifically lighted
school showed that the better the lighting, the better
her grades will be. Periodic examinations by an eye.
sight specialist, too, are vital to protect good vision.
And-a most important factor-her eyes should be
guarded with good lighting in the home. This means
enough light, with correct-size lamp bulbs in every
fixture. (In table and floor lamps with three sockets,
a 40-watt bulb should be used in each socket; with two
sockets, 60-watt bulbs; with one epcket; a 100-watt bulb.)
It means SHADES on all lamps to prevent GLARE. It
means using shades with light-colored linings to get the .
most light. And it means having at least one-tenth as
much light in the rest of the room as you have on your
book, newspaper, sewing, etc. Does the present illumi-
nation in your home answer these desirable conditions?
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