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SATUtf;Lfl-'', MARCH 21, 555

THE MICHIGAN DiAILY

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SATIJIIDAY, MARCh 21, 19~? PAGE

THE SPORTING LADY
By BENCH WARMER
Special news flashes from the Convention of the Mid-West
Physical Education Association in Grand Rapids via special de-
livery from Miss Hartwig . . . At the meeting of the Research
Section Thursday afternoon Miss Dorothy Beise was elected
secetary for the coming year . . . At a breakfast for the Na-
tional Amateur Athletic Federation Friday morning Dr. Margaret Bell spoke
on "The Importance of Health Standards . . . She was also on the resolu-
tions committee for the convention ...
Frances Redden and Carolyn Woodford distinguished themselves by I
being the first to offer their services to a speaker in the research section,
while Audrey Anderson also distinguished herself by getting in the way of
an enthusiastic spectator at the dance section who was in the process of
falling off her chair . . . Audrey entered right in and kept her company ---
Helen Strain and Helen McLane were found busily taking notes at the
recreation meeting . . .
Alumni Get Together.. .
A luncheon was held for the Michigan Alumnae Friday noon at the i
Pantlind Hotel .. . Dr. J. R. Sharman was reserving 25 places for it but
objections were made on the grounds that there were already 15 students
and 7 faculty there on Thursday, and many more were expected on Friday
. . . Miss Peaseley was rather upset during the first part of the conference
because nobody seemed to like her new hat . . . When she discovered that
she was wearing the brim down instead of up, even she agreed with them.
Quite a furore was aroused during the convention delegates at the news
of the prospective dance demonstration by the Michigan men . .
The Women's Athletic exhibit, directed by Gertrude Penhale, assisted
by the other teacher-training institutions of the state, was quite a success
. . . The little figures playing on the fields were made of pipe cleaners
with corks and buttons for heads . . . Michigan State sent a miniature
swimming pool with real water in it and dolls swimming around . .
Among the Michigan alumnae who attended the convention were Norma
Hicks, '33; Elizabeth Gardner, '32; Esther LaRowe, '32; Henrietta Char-
ington, '35; Ruth Root, '35, Wilma Clizbe, Helen Beaumont and Gladys
Himpson . . .
At The Pool ... .I
Excitement was surely breaking loose at the swimming meet last Tues-
day . . . The Union elevator man seemed quite bewildered by the swarms of
girls he had to transport . . . and pandemonium seemed to be breaking
loose at the pool. . . One girl told us that her watch which had been losing
time for the last four months, gained ten minutes and she was positive it was
due mostly to the atmosphere of the place..--
Sally Kenny and Miss Dover who were in charge of the meet were check-
ing over last minute details as we arrived, and Esther Middlewood, the re-
corder, was furiously busy making sure of all the line-ups.
. . Miss Hartwig and Dr. Bell, looking very official and
unruffled in their white uniforms, seemed to be the only
people who weren't in a dither about it all .. .
In the dressing room, Tink Johnston, who later turned
out to be high point woman of the evening, obliged with
a solo and Helen Harp joined her in another corner of the
room. .. .
But on to the meet . . . Timers Helen McLean, Brenda Parkinson, Jean-
Cristy Groh, Dorothy Martin, Isabel Whitehead, Barbara Kanouse and Sally
Messing were very business-like, and clerk Louise Lockeman was most ear-
nest about it all . . . Even the judging was done by students, Carolyn Salis-
bury, Doris Staebler, and Louise Corn serving in that capacity . . . Everyone
agreed it was a hard-fought fight and the tie wasn't much of a surprise ...
The winners were the Independent teams made up of Helen Harp and
Mary Redden, co-captains, Sally Kenny, Barbara Middlewood, Frances Al-
recht and Barning and the Kappa team under Tink Johnson including "Liz"
Rorke, Louise Lambert, Ruth Loebs, Barb. Mitchell and Betty Hopkins .. .
Betsy Barbour came in third, and
we're convinced it was more than
partly due to house-manager Eliza-
beth White's leadership . . . It was
a grand meet and the results of the
telegraphic meet are still to come in
.. Considering the records broken
we really should rate fairly high . .
Today marks the closing of the
rifle range of the W.A.A. Building
except for a few intramural matches
Everyone at the range seemed ECOGNIZ]
quite sad about it, but certainly were
taking advantage of their last chances
Edna Kandelin ended up in a
blaze of glory by shooting a 94 and IN STRU7
Charlotte Meredith, one of the prom-
ising beginners, has framed the 91 she
shot Thursday, we hear . . . Brenda
Parkinson was another person who
seemed pleased with the results she
obtained then . .
Narrow Escape IT'S THE NEW]
And from the latest results of last

week's telegraphic meet, Michigan
barely nosed out Connecticut State conveniences and
College by one point, her score being
493 in contrast to Connecticut State's will e a ret
492 . . . Kansas State College lin-
gered in the background with 485 ..
Betty Robertson and Frances O'Dell trying to locate
did a great deal towards earning this
high place with their perfect scores,
while Eileen Lay wasn't much be- may have lost; to
hind with a 99 . . . Dorothy Williams
shot a 98 and Edna Kandelin a 96 ...
And this seems a very appropriate a convenient roo
time to hand the bouquets to Betty
Robertson, rifle manager, who has
surely handled her job efficiently ... thing; or to loc
Remember to get ~
in this week for the\for buying vanr
Ann Arbor City
Badminton Tour- o ployment.
nament. . . Satur-
day will be the
deadline for en-
tries, so don't for-
get . . . A very very interesting point
is that there will be no entry fee ..
Instead, players will furnish their own
birds in the games . . . The big day,
you know, is Monday, March 30, when
play begins, to continue until April 4
... 12 courts will be available at the
Intramural Building, so there will be
plenty of space for everyone ..
Two more results from the women s
doubles tournament . .. In the second
round, Hope Hartwig and Jean Boni-sp
steel defeated Marguerite McQuillan Ismall prce to p
and Phyllis Carey . . . both teams
having drawn byes in the first round reCovey of artich
... In the same round, Adeline Single-Prz hiahtv

Betrothal Is Told

-Associated Press Photo. .
The engagement of Gretchen
Uppercu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Englis Moore Uppercu, N. J. to
George W. Hill, Jr., son of the presi-
dent of the American Tobacco Co.,
was announced in New York.
Patron List Of
Annual Dane
Is Announced
The patron list for the annual
Odonto Ball to be held March 27 in
the Union Ballroom was announced
yesterday by DeLos Kervin, '37D, gen-
eral chairman.
Those on the list are: President
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dr.
and Mrs. R. W. Bunting, Dr. and
Mrs. Frank Vedder, Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Jeserich, Dr. and Mrs. U. G.
Rickert, Dr. and Mrs. John Kemper,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lane, and Dr.
and Mrs. John Franklin Huber, dean
of the Detroit Dental School.
A general sale of tickets will begin
Monday morning at the Union. They
may also be obtained from members
of the committee. Outstanding den-
tal school alumni from Detroit and
vicinity will be present, Mr. Kerwin
said. This year will be the first time
the ball will be called "Odonto,"
ALPHA XI DELTA
Alpha Xi Delta announces the
pledging of Elizabeth Unti, '39, of
Detroit.

Large Crowd
Attends Annual
Frosh Frolic
raditional (lass Colors,
Flowers Are Used In
Decoration Scheme
Three hundred couples attended'
the annual Frosh Frolic, which was
held last night in the Michigan Union
ballroom. The ballroom was gaily
decorated in green, the traditional'
class colors, with baskets of spring
flowers around the room at intervals.
Betty Bissel of Detroit, and Robert
Pollard, general chairman, led the
grand march at 11:45 p.m. Other
committee members present were
Dorothea Staebler, patrons chairman,
who appeared in a yellow silk gown'
with gold clips, escorted by Jack
Biennan, '38E; Jeanette Beck, pro-
grams chairman, in a yellow chiffon
princess gown, draped over the shoul-
ders, was seen with Jack Stoner, '37E.
Blue crepe was chosen by Margaret
McCall, decorations chairman, who
attended with Herbert Jones of Wy-
andotte. Bertha Peterlin of Detroit at
tended with William Rashleigh. who
was in charge of floor arrangements.
Malcolm Levenson, who handled the
orchestra arrangements, had as his
guest Marjorie Barowsky, '39, who ap-
peared in a blue crepe gown with
princess sleeves, trimmed with silver
brocade.
Althea Wagg, '39, was the guest of
David Bowe, ticket chairman. She
chose an old-fashioned gown of
sapphire blue taffeta, trimmed with
rhinestones. Marion Smith, '39, in
a white lace formal with matching
jacket and gold accessories, attend-
ed with John Green, publicity chair-
man.
Among the dancers were seen Ruth
Barnett with Dick Croushore, '38.
Miss Barnett wore a becoming pleat-
ed gown of white crepe, cut along
Grecian lines, with gold accessories.
Betsy Guild, who chose navy blue
satin with silver accessories, was with
Harold Wills, '38. Jean. Steere, '38,
appeared in a gown of red satin, and
Jeanne Johnson, '37, in a purple lace
formal, trimmed with silver.
Sammy Kaye and his NBC orches-
tra from Cleveland played for the
dancing from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.
Tommy Ryan and the rhythmic trio,
the Three Barons, featured with the
( orchestra, contributed to the enter-
tainment. Late permission was grant-
ed all University women until 2:30
a.m.
FACULTY WOMEN'S CLUB
The Bibliophiles of the Faculty
Women's Club will hold a meeting
at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the home of
Mrs. Walter J. Emmons of 929 Olivia
Ave. The hostesses will be assisted
by Mrs. Harry Hamm.

Qt

itestionaire Is Submited To Mu Phi Epsilon
Members Of Junior Girls Play Plans Initiation

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Cast Includes Women Of the following: Alabama. Arizona, Il-
linois, Indiana, Michigan, New York,
14 Sororities; 11 States Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, West
To Be Represented Virginia, and Wisconsin. Michiganr
leads the list with 42 representatives,
ByMARGARET HAMILTON including 17 from Detroit and 6 from1
By toRaret HAsion Ann Arbor. New York is next int
Replies to a recent. questionnaire' inwth six, followed closely by Ohio,
submitted to the members of the cast line, with s fo r.omngs inb chose
for Junior Girls Play, have revealed which has four. Coming in close
a number of unusual facts concern-I succession are Illinois with five;t
ing the various girls participating in Pennsylvania and Ohio with four,'
J.G.P. Out of the 118 members of West Virginia with two and the
the cast, 76 only answered the ques- others with one each.5
tionnaire, thus the following statis- Majority in Activities
tics cannot be taken too seriously. Of the entire number answering
14 Sororities Represented the questionnaire, 14 reported that
From the total number of answers, their mothers had been graduated
it was found that 14, out of a possible from Michigan, but only two of these,
21 sororities will be represented in said that their mothers had ever been
Junior Girls Play. Only six of those members of a J.G.P. cast.
girls who replied to the questionnaire only one out of these 76 members
said that they were unaffiliated. of the cast had never before partici-
Pi Beta Phi and Collegiate Sorosis pated in an extra-curricular activ-
lead the list, each having nine mem- ity. Other plays, The Daily, the
bers who areeither in the cast or on League, Stanley Chorus and the Gar-
one of the committees. Gamma Phi goyle claimed the most persons.
Beta and Alpha Phi are next in line,
having eight and seven members re-
spectively. The remaining 10 sorori-
ties,, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta W &-V hereG
Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Chi Omega,
Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma,
Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Phi Sigma Sigma and Zeta Tau Alpha Theatre: Majestic, "Follow the
have anywhere from one to five of Fleet" with Fred Astaire and Ginger
their members in J.G.P. Rogers; Michigan, "The Informer"
Cast Frcm 11 States with Victor McLaglen and "My Mar-
.As far as geographical distribution ig"wtClreTvr;rpum
se neen Junior Girls Pl, includin "Case of the Lucky Legs" with War-
- -- - - ------ ien William and "Two For Tonight"
with Bing Crosby; Whitney, "Doctor
FourthDance For Socrates" with Paul Muni and "Out-
law Deputy" with Tim McCoy;
Local Youth Given Wuerth, "Hellship Morgan" with
George Bancroft and "Dangerous"
with Bette Davis.
The fourth of a series of dances for Drama: Lydia Mendelssohn, "Wait-
AnnArbor young people was held last ing For Lefty" and "The Doctor in
night in the Jones school auditorium. Spite of Himself" at 3:15 and 8:15
Ray Carry and his orchestra fur- p.m
nished the music.
A floor show and refreshments were
inclded n th proram.Chapron

Rite AtLeague
Mu Phi Epsilon, national honor
music sorority, will hold formal in-
itiation of new members at 5:00 p.m.
tomorrow in the chapel of the League.
After the ceremony Mrs. Palmer
Chiistian will entertain the active
chapter at her home on Baldwin
Ave.
Those to be initiated are Helen
Zbinden, Toledo, O.; Gwendolyn Fos-
sum, Havre, Mont.; Doris Hamill, Ply-
mouth; and Uarda Foster, Minot,
N.D.
Officers of the active chapter are:
president, Clarawanda Sisson, '36SM;
vice-president, Mary Louise Stevens,
'36SM, recording secretary, Phyllis
Warnick. '35SM; chaplain, Helen
Morton; corresponding secretary, Ra-
chel Lease, '35SM; program chairman
and chorister, Mary Kohlhaas, '36SM;
warden, Phyllis Lee Dye; and histor-
ian and press chairman, Margaret
Kimball, Grad. SM.

Notice to All
DUKES
All Archdukes and Grand
Dukes especially A. R. and
S.S. please write M. S., Room
1014, Saint Paul Athletic
Club, Saint Paul, Minn.

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included in the program. Chaperons
for the dance were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
H. Hollway, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Hames, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tro-
'villo.
These dances are held on Friday
night and are becoming so popular
that the committee believes they may
become a permanent social institu-
tion.
GRADUATE DANCE
An informal dance open exclusively
to graduate students will be held from
9 p.m. to 12 a.m. today in the Women's
Athletic Building. Miss Jeannette
Perry, assistant dean of women, is
acting as a patroness as well as as-
sisting with plans. Tickets, which
may be obtained at the door, are
priced at 35 cents. Charlie Zwick's
orchestra will play.

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