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TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1926

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Annual Petitioning For

League

Positions To

Take Place Feb. 17-29

e{erry Qo Ipund
STEPHANIE-
Exams . . . ever heard of them . . . are certainly playing havoc with
Stephanie . . . and Merry-Go-Round is slowing down and down. The only
caliope that is now heard is the chill breezes as they howl around the drafty
bedrooms as you and I burn the midnight oil cramming for those dear finals
upon which rests the results of a semester's work.,
It seems that the Union and the League took all the honors this past
week-end . . . and the fraternities and sororities failed us completely . . .
not a one even so much as held a radio party. And so to the Union first of
all. . and we will start with Friday night. The tables seem to be there to
stay . . . and although Stephanie has heard people say they like the idea. .
she has also heard of those who remain loyal to the Union as it was a few1
months ago . . . that is without the tables. But at least they have one
virtue . . . if you have a table you at least are sure of . . . or nearly so . . .
of having a place to sit between dances.
Now For The Detais...
And now for some specific details . . . Phyllis Price was there with Wal-
ter Combs . . and Phyllis . . . by the by . . . had on a short black velvet
dress with turquoise blue collar and cuffs. Black seemed to be the predom-
inating note . . and among those who appeared in black were Marcia
Connell . . . who was with Bill Anderson . . . wore a black jumper with a
pink crepe blouse . . . Irene Sartor also chose a pink and black combination
. . . her's being a long black chiffon combined with a pink collar.
Marie Sawyer chose black net with a large white lace collar and Mary
Kelkenny was wearing a striking plaid in black and gold. Now for a little
variation . . . Jane O'Ferrall was seen in a green knit suit and Edith Forsythe'
appeared in a long black crepe dress. As we wandered about among the
different tables we saw Harriet Kanouse in a navy blue wool trimmed in
gray . . . Shirl Crosman in a long green crepe . . . and Ginny Eaglesfield
who was with John Strayer . . . was wearing bright red.
It seems you can't get away from "The Music Goes Round and Round" in
some form or another. The orchestra tried something new and different . .
they kept a chart on which they chalked up all the requests for the piece
and also all the requests not to play it . . . we are not sure just how the
results came out but they ended up by satisfying both factions . . . and theyj
played the music of "On the Road to Mandalay" and at the same time sangl
the words of "Round and Round."
At The League Friday.. .
The League was comparatively quiet Friday night . . . The few braveI
souls that ventured forth however seemed to be having the best time ever!
We noticed the Taylor brothers . . . Bob and Bill . . . with Mary Ellen
McCord and Jean Holland . . . Blue books seemed the farthest things from
their minds..
The orchestra was unusually good and played all the old favorites as
well as many requests for the latest numbers . . . Ann Timmons and Homer p
Lathrop seemed to be enjoying the music as they danced by .. . Ann looked
stunning in black velvet . . . At a nearby table we saw Margaret Cram and c
Fred Cushing talking to Barbara Teall and Bill Shaw . . . Margaret was r
wearing blue satin and Barbara had on a lovely chartreuse dress . . . They t
were joined at the end of the dance by Nancy Seibert. . . in ashes of roses r
crepe . . . and Ed Fraser. . . and Marjorie Link and Tom Mackey came up
to the table with Anna Bell Haag and Chuck Hopkins . . , After that you
can rest assured the conversation did not run to Economic and Englishe
themes . . .t
e
The depressing load of work seemed to lift Saturday night and the
Union was a gay place . . . At a table in the ballroom we noticed Elizabethp
Nicol and Bob Cook sitting with Betty Barth and Chuck Van Winkle . . - f
Elizabeth wore dark blue velvet with puffed sleeves and Betty chose red crepe t
trimmed with brown mink . . . They seemed to be having a great time cover- C
ing their glasses with paper napkins and burning out their initials . . . a
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Among Those Present... i
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Announce

Bietrothal

-Associated Press Photo.
Alice Clifford Sullivan, (above),
23-year old dramatic director at
Bradford, Pa., will wed Hal Schul-
macher, star pitcher for the New
York Giants, Feb. 7 at Dolgeville,
N. Y. Their romance began there
while they were both students in
high school.

Ornaments In Hair
A G~ood Accessory
For lop This Year
Many women cannot decide wheth-
er or not to wear ornaments in their
hair for formal occasions, but if youj
are one of these, hesitate no longer.
J-Hop night is the time to depart'
fom the ordinary, and there is no
better way to do this than to wear
one of these ornaments, which are
now devised in so many styles as to
suit any type of feminine beauty.
For the sophisticate, feathers in
the hair are unusual and striking.
These are fashioned in gold, silver or
bright colors. Four small, curled
plumes, reminiscent of the Court of
St. James, would be especially be-
coming to a shorter girl. They are
mounted on a comb, which makes
hem secure in theshair. A smart ar-
rangement consists of stiff feathers
with curled ends on a headband.
This, being softer and fluffier, is
easier to wear than most. A long
two-way swirl, on a comb, is daringly
ffective.
Dainty flowers and ribbons are{
articularly suitable forthe more
eminine type of girl. These are ob-
ainable in all colors and designs.
One very appealing arrangement is
row of white gardenias, to be worn
across the back of the head. This
s especially attractive if the wearer
has a coiffure of many curls.
Women's Club To Hear
Lecture By Dr. Jimenez
"Sensitization" will be the subject
>f the address given by Dr. Buene-
ventura Jimenez of the University
Hospital during the meeting of the
Ann Arbor Woman's Club at 2:30
p.m. today in the League Ballroom.
This program which was original-
y listed for Feb. 4, will be presented
by the child welfare division of the
lub under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Charles Gies. The industrial rela-
ions division which was to have
>een in charge of the program today,
will present one next week.{

Mass Meeting
Scheduled For
All Applicants
Judiciary Council Plans
To Conduct Interviews
From March 2-14
Juniors Preferred
Eligibility Rules Defined
By University; Two Posts
Are Combined
Annual petitioning for League po-
sitions by sophomore and junior
women has been set for Monday, Feb.
17 and will continue until Feb. 29, the
undergraduate council decided yester-
day, according to Jean Seeley, '36,
president of the League.
An innovation this year is to be a
mass meeting for all women interest-
ed in League positions which has ten
tatively been arranged for Wednes-
day, Feb. 1S. The purpose of this
meeting, Miss Seeley stated, is to ex-
plain the merit system used in the
selection of officers as well as to
acquaint the women with the func-
tions of the various committees.
Juniors Given Preference
Junior women are to be given pref-
crEnce in the selection of the new
officers although there are two soph-
omore positions open on the Judiciary
Council, Winifred Bell, '36, chairman.
announced. Eligibility for the posi -
tions will be as defined by University
rules.
The Judiciary Council plans to in-
teiview all applicants from March 2
until March 14.
Petitions may be filed for the fol-
lowing positions: president of the
League; three vice-presidents, one
person from the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts, one from
the School of Music, and School
of Education; secretary-treasurer;
chairman of the theatre-arts com-
inittee; orientation committee; pub-
licity: house-reception; social; merit
system and sophomore and junior
positions on the Judiciary Council.
lieves this combtination will enables
greater efficiency.
Secretary-Treasurer Combined
The Undergraduate Council voted
yesterday to combine the secretary
and treasurer's positions next year
as a result of recommendatons of
the present officers. The Counci be-
Applications for the various posi-
tions will be considered by the Ju-
diciary Council who will interview
each person. This council is to
recommend one person for each posi-
tion to the Undergraduate Council,
who, in turn, will consider each ap-
plicant and render a final decision.
In the case of the League president
and secretary-treasurer, the final se-
lection is to be made by a special fac-
ulty and student board after being
considered by the Undergraduate
Council.
Chinese Students
Ma rried ISaturday
Two University students were unit-
ed in marriage at 11:30 a.m. Satur-
day when the rites of Miss Char-
maine T. Tseu, daughter of Mrs.
Ching Foo Tseu of Chekiang, China,
and the late Mr. Tseu, and Chi Shing
Bang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chu Wu
Bang of Shanghai, were solemnized
by Dr. Charles W. Brashares, pastor
of the first Methodist Church.
The bride wore a Chinese street
costume of green silk and her ma-
tron of honor, Mrs. Ren-Bing Chen,
wore dark blue silk made in the Chin-

ese style. Mr. Bang was attended
by Mr. Tsai Hwa Chaing. Following
the wedding a reception was held in
the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room of
the League.
TO STUDY IN FRANCE
John Alden Bradshaw, son of Prof.
J. W. Bradshaw of the mathematics
department, is planning to study at
Grenoble University, G r eno bl1e,
France, this coning semester. He will
sail Jan. 29 from New York on the
SS Manhattan and will remain in
Europe for approximately six months.
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-As-ociated Press Photo. t
Carolyn Olson (above) will mar-
ry My Ubl, former University of2
Minnesota and Drake Football-star.I
Miss Olson, who is now an airline
stewardess, nursed Mr. Ubi back
to health after a serious gridiron
injury.
Wyvern Group
Plans Talk On
Theatre Artsr
The fifth luncheon meeting in a
series of six for freshmen women,
under the sponsorship of Wyvern,
junior honorary society, will be held
at noon today in the northeast al-
cove of the League Grillroom.
The subject of the discussion will
be Play Production and the theatre
arts committee of the League which
includes the Children's Theatre. ElsieI
Pierce, Lois King and Mary Lambie1
are in charge of the meeting.l
The last luncheon which will be
held Thursday ill be given for non-
afliliated women in particular. The
Assembly and those activities which
are open to them specially will be
discussed. Mary Andrew and Gretch-
en Lehmann will conduct this meet-
ing.
The purpose of these group dis-
cussions is to acquaint freshmen
women with the different fields of
activities so that they will be able to
decide which ones to enter next se-.
mester when they are eligible.

To Wed Grid Star

Senior Society
Awards Two
Scholarships
Sarah Paine, Zelda Burke
Receive Sophomore Gifts
From Honor Group
Sarah Paine, '38, and Zelda Zurke,
'38. have been chosen to receive the
scholarship awards of $50 each which
are being offered by the Senior So-
ciety, according to Betty Greve, '36,
president.
Miss Greve stated that an unex-
pected gift had been made to Senior
Society recently for the purpose of
allowing another needy and particu-
larly deserving student to have the
advantage of a scholarship. Original-
ly it was planned that only one scho-
larship would be given by the society.
Outstanding scholarship and finan-
cial need were the basis on which
these two girls were chosen. The $50
will be used to pay their tuition for
next semester. Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
Miss Marie Hartwig, and Miss Greve
made up the committee who decided
upon the awards.
Miss Paine is a resident of Ann Ar-
bor, while Miss Burke whose home
is in Lansing, is staying at the Adelia
Cheever house.
The Senior Society obtained thej
money for this scholarship through
the sale of collars and cuffs for senior
gowns, last year, at the League fair
of the Sophomore Cabaret.
No definite plans for the repetition
of this award next year have been
made, according to Miss Greve.
I"Were To Go
Theatre: Michigan, "Riff Raff"
with Jean Harlow; Whitney, "Hitch
Hike Lady" with Mae Clarke and
"Condemned To Live" with Ralph
Morgan; Wuerth, "Thanks A Mil-
lion" with Dick Powell and "Bad
Boy" with James Dunn; Majestic,
"King of Burlesque" with Warner
Baxter.

Two Engagements
Are Made Known
Announcement of the engagement
of Miss Mary Isabel Davis, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Manley D. Davis of
Bloomfield Hills ,to John Wild Blan-
chard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mor-
ley, of Bloomfield Hills, was made
yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Davis. No
plans were announced for the wed-
ding.
Miss Davis, studied at Oxford Uni-
versity and in Paris. Mr. Blanchard,
who is affiliated with Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity, received his degree
from the University Law School.
Another engagement of interest to
University alumni is that of Miss
Hortense E. Bumpus to Richard H.
Goff of Adrian. It was announced
by the bride-elect's mother. Mrs.
Kirke G. Bunpus, Sautrday after-
noon, at a tea at her home. Miss
Bumpus was graduated here and is
affiliated with Alpha Phi sorority, and
Mr. Goff, a graduate of Cornell Uni-
versity, is a member of Alphh Delta
Phi fraternity. The wedding will
take place in the spring.
BIBLIOPHILES
The Bibliophiles of the Faculty
Women's Club, will hold a meeting
at 2:45 p.m. today at the home of
Mrs. Jacob Sachs. The subject of
discussion will be contemporary
French poets.
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But on to the rest of the crowd . . . on the dance floor we noticed Jane
Mutschler in red crepe with a silver collar dancing with Bob Warner . . .
Adeline Singleton and Rod Craighead were also there . .. and Margaret
Dodds and Stuart Forbes . . Harriet Pomeroy and Reed Lowe were very
fortunate during the floor show and they got a place right in the front row
. . . Harriet looked lovely in a wine-colored dress with white collar and cuffs
of military braid. . . Near them stood Marjorie Kress and Jack Wilson . . .
Marjorie was wearing a white satin blouse over a black crepe skirt . . .
Grace Lamb and Bob McQueen had a table close to the dance floor . . .
Grace and Bob announced their engagement during the Christmas vacation
. .. with them at the table were Dorothy Anderson and Watson Page . . .
also engaged this Christmas . . . Ruth Kennedy and Floyd Sweet came up
as the music stopped and joined the crowd at the table . . .
And now Stephanie bids you adieu for a couple of weeks . . . for the
regents excuse no one from those finals . . . and Stephanie must hit the
books. . . study hard . . . pass your finals . . . and we'll be back with you
at the J-Hop ..-.

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