TUESDAY, MARCH 1'7,1936
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Petitioning ForW.A.A._Offices And SportPosition
Iliarrage AfnnoucedO "Most Capable' Staff To Attend w
'P3 STEPhANIE -~ Rv Organzatio (2r'nAy nigfs
s Closes March 28
men Will Hold
Ann Arbor Business and Pro-
nal Women's Club will give a
relations dinner today at the
Le. According to Miss Cora Mc-
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J Spring is in the air . . . and the social life of the campus continues at a
rapid pace. The Merry-Go-Round will have to pick up a bit of momentum
in order to keep up with the times. Assembly Ball . . . which came into being
last year . . . held the spotlight this past week-end.
The League Ballroom was filled to capacity Friday for the affair . . .
and what a bail it was . . . soft lights and sweet music . . . gay dresses and
gayer dancers . . . it was lots of fun. In the lounge we noticed Jayne
Roberts chatting with Bud Gulde . . . Jayne looked lovely in blue lace .
Audrey Mombert strolled up with George Marvin and stopped to talk with#
them . . . They soon moved on into the ballroom for the music wasI
Everybody gathered in close when the orchestra played their interpreta-
tion of theme songs of various orchestras . . . a la Broken Record . . . Dor-
othy Corson an( Danny Schurz stood right in the front row and enjoyed
it immensely. Some of the other two-somes around were Margaret Shup-
trine and Art Jelt . . . Angel Maliszewski and Scott Daily . . . and Bill Fer-
mon and Virginia Earnshaw.
During The Grand March. . .
The Grand March was quite impressive and everyone seemed to enjoyI
it . . . Mary Ellen Heitsch looked charming in blue crepe with a pink sash
as she led the march with Evans Morton . . . Janet Karlson and Jack
Manting followed them . . . Janet also chose light blue, hers was net made
on princess l:nes . . . Others on the central committee were Barbara
Schacht and Bob Crawford . . . Helen Jesperson and Bob Andrew . . . and
Jane McDonald and Richard McDonald . - .
Breakfast was a gay affair at the League . . . Doris Hayward and Bob
Travis had a table with Betty Allen and Paul Crans . . . Another table
seemed filled with lawyers . . . We noticed Harvey Walker and Mary Jane
Downer . . . Bounce never forgets to bring her infectious giggle along . . .
Lloyd Parr and Lucille Johnston had quite a scramble for the cherry muffins
. . . it seems that Ed Cross and Ruth Barrett liked them equally as well . . .
Tommy Thompson settled by taking it himself . . .
Lucy Almand and Fred Thomson were having a grand time . . . but Fred
paid for it later by shoveling five tons of coal from one side of the bin to
the other for hell week. . . We noticed Marianne Smart walking by just then
with John Rodriquez . . . Marianne was wearing a smart wisteria net . . .
Dotty Slatcher and Wilson Hardleben and Beth Turnbull and George Wheeler
had a table together . . . Dotty wore navy blue taffeta and Beth wore black
net over a very full taffeta slip that rustled as she walked . . .
Gig Karlson . . . who led Assembly Ball last year . . . was back in
town with Nelson Shaw for the dance . . . Gig chose a white net formal
for the evening -. . . we saw her chatting with Maureen Kavanagh and
Joe McCann . . . Friday the Thirteenth may be unlucky for some people
but Maureen didn't think it was . . . It was her birthday and it was a very
swell party. . -
Big Doings On Washtenaw . .
There were big doings up Washtenaw Avenue last Friday evening . . .
the Phi Delt': entertained. Entering the door, we saw Jean Stone and Ted
Wohlgemuth dancing gaily by. Annabelle Haag and Chuck Hopkins seemed
to be enjoying themselves immensely as they executed some intricate steps.
At twelve o'cIock there was a big dash downstairs for food. Mary Margaret
Campbell . . . looking very charming in black crepe with net sleeves . . .
and Boyd Bolitho were sitting with King Lewis and Jane Edmondson. Ste-
phanie Parfet was waiting patiently while Walt Rathbun rushed about
to get her another cup of coffee . . . Stephanie was the personification of
spring in a pr.nt formal. All in all, it seemed like most everybody and his
date was there.
Off to the Greenwich Village party at the Alpha Rho Chi house Saturday
night . . . The Candid Cameraman was there and up to his old trick catch-
ing people in the hilarious mood that prevailed. Dale Hilliard and Dorothy
Roth were highly intrigued by throwing streamers around . . . and their
Spanish costumes greatly added to the effect. In the room that was the
inside of a Buck Rogers space ship for the evening . . . Bill Henderson and
Thelma Gardiner in a rust lace semi-formal were dancing and talking over
their shoulders with Pony Irwin in gay pajamas . . . and Bob Space as they
whizzed around among the stars and dodged the other rocket ships that
could be seen through the windows of their own . . . The real fun began
when the walls were torn down, and there was a mad rush for such amazing
bits as Philbert astride a sea monster that was carried off triumphantlyI
by Charlotte Meredith and Dick Harris . . . or a choice Petty drawing
-Associated Press Photo.
The marriage of Frances A. De-
nccn, Univcrsity of Illinois junior
and granddaughter of farmer U.
S. Sen. Charles E. Dcneen, to Don-
ald Lcrdall, freshman at the uni-
versity, was revealed at Champaign.
One hundred and fifty alumnae1
came from all parts of the country
to Ann Arbor this week-end to cele-
brate the 50th anniversary of Col-
Festivities started with a tea Fri-;
day, at which Mrs. George L. Patter-
son and Mrs. Walter Tillsbury poured.
A banquet was held in the evening at
the League, given by the Detroit
Mrs. Zel Dowling presided, and in-
troduced Mrs. H. Lee Simpson, who
had written the skit which was given
in the form of a radio entertainment,
by various alumnae of Sorosis. Mrs.
George L. Patterson, charter member,1
was presented with a radio by the
members of the Detroit alumnae
The festivities continued with a
luncheon at the Union Saturday, fol-
lowed by initiation for Rebecca Burs-
ley, '39SM, Olga Erickson, '39. Mar-
ian Dailey, '38, Patricia Haff, '39,
Jeanette Hoffman, '38, Betty Hunt-
er, '39, Louise Nuck, '38, Eleanor
Skiles, '39, Frances Sutherland, '39,
Petition Right Extended -lPro Ine ,inWill Give Clench, president, this dinner is being
TO AllaParticipants Wil dG ve held as a part of the annual observ-
To All Participants I lanCe Form Exhibition ance of National Business Women's
Any W.A.A. Activity FI-Wes Grou Week throughout the country.
__tFor i-estGMembers of the Ypsilanti and Ply-
Petitioning for W.A.A. offices and Themouth clubs as well as representatives
Petiionng fr WA.A offcesand The Physical Education staff and from all the various service clubs of
sport managerships started yester-
day and will continue until 3 p.m. the members of the Physical Educa- the city have been invited to partici-
March 28, Brenda Parkinson, '36, tion Club will leave today for Grand pate in the event. Guests of honor
W.A.A. president, announced yester- Rapids for a four-day convention, will be senior girls and their faculty
day. March 18-21, of the Mid-West Phys-
versity High schools.
Petitions are being used by the ical Education Association. Helen Bower, Free Press feature
W.A.A. this year for the first time. Among the colleges included in the writer, will speak. Other members
Formerly officers of the organization Mid-West Association are Michigan on the program include special music
were elected, but under a new rulng State, Central State Teachers, West- and a pageant, "Whither, Woman?"
they will be chosen by the senior ern State Teachers, Northern State Mrs. Guy L. Mullison, as chairman
members of the W.A.A. board, Miss Teachers, Michigan State Teachers, of the Public Relations Committee,
Parkinson explained. Battle Creek Physical Education Col- has charge of arrangements.
Petition Right Extended lege, Grand Rapids Junior College The National Federation of Bus-
Petitions may be obtained from and Wayne University. iness and Professional Women's Clubs,
house athletic managers or the Miss Bloomer To Speak the largest national business women's
W.A.A. office. They are to be drop- Miss Ruth Bloomer will sponsor a I organization in the world, will be 17
ped in the petition boxes in Barbour demonstration of men in modern years old in July.
Gymnasium or the W.A.A. Building dance, and will speak on "Dance for
before 3 p.m., Saturday, March 28. the Theatre." The men participating J.G.P. COMMI TEE TO MEET
fIn an effort to get the most cap- in the demonstration are Oren Parker, There will be a meeting of the
able and interested wome n office, assistant in stagecraft ad arts publicity committee of the Junior
the right to petition has been ex- Charles Maxwell, '37, Ralph Bell, '37, Girls Play at 5 p.m. today in the
tended to any eligible woman who Robert Mellencamp, '38, Jack Porter, U g at eague.
has participated in any activity of '37, Robert Reinhart, '37, Julius It is essential that all members be
haspariciate inanyactvit ofSchoolnik, '36, and Robert Slack,j present.
W.A.A. Women may petition for an -hdollk 3- a nc memberofe the Play
executive office and a sport manager-±Grad. Allass.mTheyswil giePan
ship, for two executive offices or for iProduction class. They will give an
two sport managerships. However, i compositoan LANTERN SLIDES?
only one position can be held, s form arhd will present a oLDES
women applying for two are asked to with the theme of se will act as I make them from all kinds of
check them in order of preference. Missectsothd fremsenwillractfaa
chairman of the exhibit of teacher ojcsadfo n oto
The petitioner for the presidency training ons, ii da Bur reproduction. I have been doing
must be a second semester junior at this for forty ears
the time of application and she must will give a badminton demonstration, y -a
Miss Marie Hartwig will give a paper
have served on the W.A.A. board for entitled "Organization and Adminis- SWAI N
one yeair. ! tration of the Intramural Sport Pro-
The minor executive offices are grain in CollegesrandrUniversities" Commercal and Technical
vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and Miss Virginia Peaseley will act Photographer
intramural manager, point recorder as chairman of the Women's Athletic Phone 24924 713 East University
and correspondent for the American Section Exhibit Room.e
Federation of College Women. - -
Dance Demonstration Planned 1
Sport Managerships Open IDr. Mabel Rugen will give a paper
Sport managerships are open in Dr. "elt Kgnwlge Tesap" I
arcery baminon baketall bol-entitled "Health Knowledge Tests"
archery, badminton, basketball, bowl~ and reports on "Progress in the State
ing, d i fck ngtdolfsfied of Michigan" and "Progress in the
hockey, ice hockey, outdoorsports, IMid-West Study of Organization and
table tennis and baseball (combined), Promotion." Miss Jeanette Saur-
riding, rifle, swimming and basket- born will give a dance demonstration
ball. in the high school symposium on
The new board will be announced dance.
during the week of March 30. The G;L rude Penhaie, chairman of
following week-end the old boar'd the women's athletic section, will ar-
will hold a training conference for range a booth containing a number
the new officers. Their duties will be I of miniature fields representing dif-
explained and speakers will address ferent sports. Small figures playing
the group. Betty Greve, '36, Betty on the fields will demonstrate prob-
Howard, '36, and Jane Quiik, '37, are lien situations. A contest will be run£_
in charge of the conference. in which the delegates of the conven-
An installation banquet will be tion may hand in solutions to the
held the following Monday, April 6, problems, a cash prize being awarded
to publicly recognize the new officers. for the best set of solutions.
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and Mary Wheat, '39. A formal ban-
quet at the Union climaxed the day. DORMITORY TO HOLD TEA
Dean Lloyd, '16, was the toast- Helen Newberry residence will hold
mistrss, and she presented the fol- an informal St. Patrick's tea from i
lowing speakers: Merib Rawley Pat- 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today. Decorations --PLAT E JTREET
terson, '90; Amy Montague, '99; Dora will be carried out in a green color J E W EL E R
Ware Hildebrandt, '16; Anne Gil- scheme. Any student interested is in-T
Ert any 2;JlaQikKa, WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING
3 is'6JulaQ kKragvited to attend.
'33; Jan'e Servis, '36 and Mary Wheat, _______________
'39. Josephine McLean, '36, was pre-
sented with the Maude Merritt Drake
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Why sit you here idle, when the XITH OLYMPICS are being held August 1
to 16 at Berlin? While this event is garlanded with Festivals of Munich and
Bayreuth, with shows innumerable, and wreathed in the most hospitable
smiles and low fares throughout Germany......While in England a new
King reigns and the Henley Royal Regatta and the Cowes Royal Regatta
draw people from the far ends of the world?
Your brothers and sisters are already booked, many with their cars, on the
special student sailings-college orchestras aboard:
June 14 and July 1 June 21 and July 8
These are the Lloyd Fliers of 41/2 Days across the oceanP
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