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April 04, 1936 - Image 5

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SATURDAY, APRIE 4, 19 ~s.-


Sneaking into the W.A.A. board meeting a few minutes late, we saw Kate
Landrum, new W.A.A. president, importantly thumbing the swimming pool
petitions that had been handed in . . . The discussion of the pool had been
under way for a few minutes and everyone was quite excited about it ....
Upon someone's complaint that it was practically impossible for town
girls to sign a petition it was suggested that they be put up on the W.A.A.
and Barbour Gym bulletin boards and in the League Undergraduate Office
... Here's your chance if you haven't signed yet, and again, with tears in
our eyes, we're trying to emphasize the importance of getting as many
signatures as rlossible . . . It's really necessary so people can see the interest
on campus . . . And, in- this case, every name helps a lot ...
Betty Howard seemed to be quite busy trying to keep up with the
minutes, and Louise Paine, sitting next to her, appeared very nonchalant
about it all . . . We couldn't be sure, but from the look in her eyes, it looked
suspiciously as if her thoughts were on the badminton tournament that is
being waged at the Intramural Building . .
Save Your Pennies
Jean Gourlay, general chairman of Penny Carnival,, breezed in in a rust
colored sport coat just as Jane Quirk began outlining the course of the con-
ference to be held for the new board by the old board this Saturday . . .
She reported later on in the meeting the progress of the carnival so far .. .
It seems to ge getting on very well and Jean was bubbling over with enthus-
iasm about some of the new ideas for booths this year . . . And there are
to be over 100 hostesses, we're told, which certainly ought to add to the
zest of the events . . . And Dorothy Shappell and Miss Hartwig both bright-
ened qp, at the mention of a melodrama set to music during the course
of the carnival .. .
A special drive will be made to put over the carnival this year, because
everything made over $200 will go towards a fund for the new swimming
pool ... And here's a secret we'll let you in on ... Rumor has it that an
informal dance is to be held on Lantern Night at the tennis courts ...
Betty Robertson, present rifle manager, getting us off in a corner, told us.
about the bracelet that is going to be presented to Frances O'Dell next week
as high screr in rifle for the past year . . . It will be gold with cross rifles
on it and on the back will be engraved "Frances O'Dell, U. of M., '36" . . .
It's really lovely and everyone agrees she has certainly earned it with the
number of perfect scores she insisted on shooting .

First Of Annual
Capitalist Balls
To Be In W.A.A.
Merriman And Crittenden
Lead March; Collin's
Orchestra Plays

Michigan Alumnae Patron List For
Club Meets Today Annual Banquet,
The Michigan Alumnae Club will
h M A uaiIs Made Known
hold a luncheon meeting at 12:30IsM d Kn w
p.m. today in the League. Mrs. Alice
Alexander. Director of the Corpora-

.I, ' ca
tions and Securities Commission at
Lansing, will address the club. Mrs.
IAlexander, one of the foremost wom-
en lawyers in the United States, will
speak on her experiences before the

The first annual Capitalists' Ball, Unite- ,tates Suprcme Court
sponsored by the School of Business In addition to Mrs. Alexander's
Administration, will be held tonight talk, Barbara Clarke, Grad., will
speak on the scholarship program
in the Women's Athletic Building. sponsored by the Michigan Alumnae
David Meriman, '36BAd, chairman of Club. Miss Clark holds the Lucy El-
dance, will have as his guest Fairth liott fellowship this year.
Crittenden of Ann Arbor. Frances
Barnett, '35, of Detroit, will attend
with Colin MacDonald, '36BAd, aS4)V1LI
member of the central committee.
The other members of the commit-P
tee are Bernard Cary, '36BAd, and -
V. Lois Keddy, '36BAd. Cary willa
attend with Bartara Spencer, '37,
and Miss Keddy will be the guest of The Slide-Rule dance last right
Stanley Kilgore, '36BAd. 3seems to have established itself in a'
The patrons for the dance will be position to be considered as one of
Prof. R. G. Rodkey, Prof. and Mrs. the best of the spring formals this
E. S. Wolaver, and Prof. and Mrs. ; year. All of the guests of the com-
M. H. Waterman. All the members mittee members looked especially at-
of the faculty of the business ad- tractive in their new light-colored
. . . gowns.
ministration school and their wives gMary Ellen McCord, who led the
have also been invited to attend. grand march with Robert Taylor,
This is the first time that a Cap- general chairman, wore an ash-green

1. Smith nd Mis Loyd.gg g . g j
To)Be Main Speakers
At histillation
Patrons and patronesses for the
annual Installation Banquet of the
League to be held at 6 p.m. Monday,
April 6 in the League Ballroom, were
announced yesterday by Winifred
Bell, '36.
The list is as follows: Vice-presi-
dent and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith,
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs.
Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
Walter B. Rea, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Prof. Henry Anderson, Mrs. Lucille
B. Conger, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Mrs. George Stan-
Other' Pa~tronesses
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Isabel
W. Dudley, Miss Ann Vardon, Miss
Kathleen Codd, Miss Ruth Danielson,

Variations In Stitch And Styles
Add Popularity To Spring Kits
By MARY GOODRICH them as attractively as the real spe-
During these past three years of cial Easter one. - But don't be sur-
fashionable knitting, many intriguing prised to see every shade of pink and
stitches and designs have been pro- blue in suits ,this spring. Even if
duced. Beyond a doubt, variations of wearing pink isn't your policy, you
knitting underlie the success of the can't resist the shades of this color,
comeback of this type of wearing ap- which have been newly created. Jiffy
parel. New patterns are always be- suits, which were fashioned for col-
ing invented, and you don't have to lege girls to make, are as important
be a genius to discover for yourself as the finer knits.
a unique arrangement of stitches.
Moreover, the styles of knitted DLAZT
clothes contribute tothe extent of DELTA ZETA
these variations. Since individuality Delta Zeta entertined at a rushing
of fashion is at a higher point than dinner last Tuesday night. It was an
it has been for a long time, knitting April Fool dinner, and the place cards
is 'particularly suitable. and menus carried out this theme.
If she is the very feminine type, a Marguerite Groomes, '39, was in
lovely lacey blouse in a pastel shade charge.

will appeal to her, If she's smart and
up-to-the-minute, she'll use her
monogram on her sweater or con-
trasting ascot. If she is sportive, she
will knit cuffed socks to match one
of her sweaters.
Gray suits are the most popular
for the simple reason that last
spring's sweaters can be worn with

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R.esidtential Susmmer School (co-
ezducational). June 26-July 31.
Only French spoken. Fee $150.
Board and Tuition. Elementary,
Intermediate, Advanced. Write
or announcement to Residen-
tial French Summer School
McGill University, Montreal, Can.



of the dance classes who
a lot in doing it . . . We

'Quick Henry, the Flit," cried the fisherman, and
Henry saved the day . . . But he got a little too
nthusiastic toward the end of the dance and
flitted the fisherman . . . However, much enter-
tainment was enjoyed by all while the moths, wasps
and mosquitoes did their dances in the Play Pro-
duction and Dance Club recital last night ...
Our congratulations to the 90-odd members
did some hard work for the program and learned
would especially like to mention Julia Wilson, who

italists' Ball has been attempted,
those in charge said. They hope tol
make it an annual affair, always
sponsored by the senior class of the
School of Business Administration.
Max Collins' orchestra has been
scheduled to play for the affair.
There will be no particular decora-
tive theme.
Some of the other couples who will
attend the dance are Garrett Van de
Riet, '36BAd, and Bernadine Diel-
man; Howard Schreder and Mary
Lou Goldsmith and Dale Campbell,
'36BAd and Dorothy Mittelstaedt,
'37BA. Henry Silver will attend with
Frances Butler, '36BAd and Richard
Boebel, '36BAd, will have as his guest
Alice Goodwin, '35BAd.
A rummage sale will be held by
Mortarboard, honorary senior girls'
society on Saturday, April 25, ac-
cording to Grace Bartling, '36, presi-
dent of the group. Anyone who has
rummage to contribute is asked to
leave it in the undergraduate room
of the League before that date.

ilace with a peplum and wide shoulder
straps. Ruth Loebs, who attended
with Paul Kissinger, of the decora-
tions committee, was dressed in a
navy blue chiffon which featured
ruffles around the bottom of the
skirt. Betty Bohr, who came with
Robert Fox, co-chairman of the in-
vitations committee wore tailored
pink lace with tulle over the sleeves.
Beth Ranney, guest of James
Walker, was dressed in flame red
chiffon with a scarf which hung
from the shoulders. Winifred Cutts
who came with Goff Smith wore plain
lilac satin with a short sleeved jacket.
Louise Florez, guest of Frederick
Schairer, publicity chairman, wore a
yellow and blue chiffon print tied
with a blue grosgrain ribbon with
streamers down the back.
George Tourtellot's guest, Helen
Van Winkle was seen in a powder
blue formal with three cerise straps
across the shoulders. The flowers on
the front and the, train, added to
the charm of the dress. Norma
Pioch, who was the guest of Bob
Claflin, ticket chairman, wore an
aquamarine crepe formal.

IMrs. Bess Parsons ,Mrs. Florence
Prestonand Mrs. Martha Ray are
other patronesses.
Miss Lloyd and Mr. Smith have
been selected to be the principal
speakers of the evening on this oc-
casion marking the only event of the
year when all of the sorority and in-
dependent women meet together.
Five of the past presidents of the
League are to be honored at the ban-
quet. They are: Mrs. Shirley Smith,
Mrs. H. E. Smith, Mrs. Irene John-
son, Miss Louise Stickney and Miss
Mary Farnsworth.
League Officers To Be Installed
All of the new League officers are
to be officially installed at this time.
Charlotte Rueger, '37, newly-selected
president, is to announce the names
of the new members for the 1936-1937
Undergraduate Council.
The winners of the Ethel McCor-
mick Scholarship Awards will be an-
nounced by Margaret Hiscock, '36.
Brenda Parkinson, '36, president of
the Women's Athletic Association, is
to announce the new W.A.A. officers
and board. To conclude the program,
Mortarboard and Senior Society will
hold their annual tapping cere-
at the
320 E. Liberty

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assisted Miss Bloomer in the directing of several of the dances and composed
an interesting dance of her own, "Integration," which was given by the
Dance Club and the Play Production men ...
Two sororities and a dormitory finally came out on top in the bowling
tournament . . . Alice Burton, Katherine McGee and Vivian Behrmann,
playing for A.E.I. won the first tournament . . . Katherine Johnston, Lor-
raine Lambert and Virginia Hunt, Playing for the Kappas took first place in
the second and Thelma Peterson, Annabelle Larsen and Phyllis Northrup,
for Moshe,, won the third tournament . .. but that isn't all . . . There are
still some finals to be played . . . At 3 p.m. today will come the grand finale
and the three winning teams will play against each other for the women's
championship.-.. -

Phone 8507

mTAUS"ED 1904 : 1/!. U8KLFg
32 Years of Unexce~.ied Values and Service



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I want my cigarette mild, of
course-I hardly think anybody
enjoys a strong cigarette. But de-
liver me from the flat, insipid kind.
I find a great deal of pleasure
in Chesterfields. They're mild and
yet they seem to have more taste
and aroma. I enjoy them.

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