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SDAY, APRIL 7, 193


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And anothei big week-end is over until this time next year . . . Friday
night it was Slide Rule and the Engineers that claimed the spotlight .
and Saturday night the blue ribbon should have gone to the Business Ad.
School. They held their first dance ... which they appropriately called
the Capitalists' Ball . . . and whch they hope to make an annual event!
presented by the senior class. It sounds like a grand idea and just what
we need around here . .. more dances.

Are Revealed
By Graduates
Miss Evelnce Beardslee
Annioinces Her Betrothal
To Join S. Malcolm

Foreign Student
Vacation Periwds

Women's Club Prof. And Mrs. W. Carl Rufus
Meeting Today Write About Travels In Orient

Hears Reeves!

Many foleign students have planned
a construciive as weil as a recreational

Ameica'~n Polie'v In Eat

But now to get back to Slide Rule . . . it was a grand party and Several graduates of the University
that dearly beloved instrument . . . the slide rule . . . was much in evi-!of Michigan have announced their,
dence in bith the decorations and the programs. The large slide rule that engagements.
hung over the orchestra . . . as is traditional at the Engineers' party . . . Mist: Evelene Elizabeth Beardslee,
was new and different this year . . . it actually moved . . . that is . . . . the cIaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
part of the rule that slides. Too bad Stephanie is not an engineer . . this Beardslee oz !loofield Hills has an-
description. is very bad. 1nunced nr engagement to John
Maybe we had better talk about something that we can describe . Sim.. sonMalcolm ofAa rbor.Th r
and we will start in on Betty Van Winkle's formal. It was white crepe . . . Monticello Seminary. Godfrev Ill.,
cut very low in back . . . . and was trimmed with white chiffon that formed and is attending Michigan State Col-
a halter around the neck . . and tied around the waist. Betty was there lege. Mr. Malcolm is a graduate of
with Frank Person. Mary Margaret Campbell and Dick Dennis passed us the University. having received hisj
in the hali . . . Mary Margaret's formal was rose crepe and net. We B.fl degree in pharmacy in 1935. The
went up to the orchestra to request one of Stephanie's old favorites and wedding will be an event of early
Betty Spangler and Chuck Frick were also there -.-.Betty looked very at- 1summer.

vacation. ~.11XXk"i1V1 'AlIA7
Katayun H. Cana, Grad., will travel f Topic Of His Lecture
thiough the southwest, making inves- in League
tigations in rural education. She will
be the guest of Berea College of Be- The Ann Arbor Woman's Club wil
dea, Kan., for two days where she hold a meeting at 2:30 p.m. today inj
wil study the educational systems used the League. The program is underI
n the mountain districts. the direction of the international re-j
Miss Cama will be the guest speaker lations department of the club, of
at a Y.M.C.A. conference at Fisk Uni- which Mrs. H. S. Curtis is chairman.
versity in Nashville, Tenn. She also The speaker is to be Prof. Jesse S.
plans a visit to Peabody Institute, and I Reeves, chairman of the political
.ome other schools in the South. science department, who will talk on
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson will conduct "The American Foreign Policy in The
a group of foreign students on a trip Far East." Professor Reeves is one
to Ford Plant and Greenfield Village, of the 10 Americans who are mem-
i April 13. He will also accompany bers of the Institute of International
a group April 17, to Battle Creek to Law in Belgium, and is to leave for
inspect the Battle Creek Sanatorium Europe Wednesday.
and factories of industrial importance. Professor Reeves is expected to de-

Astronomy Irofessor Sees ;eul. Kora . t l pres-
Anid MAdrses MN y "en of " ChS n mi College
- her Pofnc Run xv- c n'aed
Alumnii tud ae Kea ienc a
While in Senud Professor Rufus.
Interesting letters have been re- member of the asiononiy department
ceived from Prof. and Mrs. W. Carl herave a paper on Ancient Korean
Rufus, who are Ypendmg the year Ashron my for the Korea Branch of
studying and travelling in the Orient. he Royal Asitic Soey. This paper
Professor and Mr..ERufu~s sailedl
June 15 from Vancouver, arriving will be published in their transactions.
June 29 in Yokohama. During their in F h s dn h P e
stay in Yokohama, Tokyo. and Kobe Rufs in 1913: when lie discussed the
they were enteitaied by former Bar-

tractive in a blue formal trimmed with a small tailored bow or red velvet
at the neck.

The engagement of Miss Ruth
Reed Palmer, daughter of Judge and
Mrs. Ervin R. Palmer of Detroit, to
William Hume Stockwell, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Glenn W. Stockwell, also of

During The Grand March...

Mary Ellen McCord . . . in ash green lace. led the Grand March Detroit, was e hr nc.Ad.M riss Palm-
with Robert Taylor and behind them in the line of march were Beth RanneyUniversity of Mchigan in 1929 and
. . . in a flowing flame chiffon formal . . . with Jimmy Walker . . . Louise Mr. Stockwell received his B.A. de-
Florez and Frederick Schairer . . . and Norma Pioch and Bob Claflin. gree in 1923 and an LLB. degree in
Louise's formal was of flowered chiffon and Norma chose light blue crepe. 1930. 'The wedding will take place
There weie just mobs of people at the dance . . . but here is a quick in the fall.
survey of a few more couples . . . Dorothy Shappell and Tunis Ross . . . Another engagement of interest is
Betty Kink and Bob Duqendack . . . Ruth Rich and "Warwhoon" Drennan that of Miss Rachel Greaves of Ann
. .. and Dorothy Shutt and Rush Bowman. Dorothy looked particularly Arbor, daughter of Mrs. Thomas
attractive in violet chiffon trimmed with violets hat followed the neckline. Giraves of Graysville, Ill., and Dr.
We stopped for a minute in the hall to watch Marge Kress and Jack Wil- Stephen Donovan of Detroit, son of
son and Betty Kay Jones and Dick Wangelin getting their pictures taken. Mr. and Mrs. Micheal Donovan of
At midnight we rushed down to the taproom which was already crowded Buffalo, N. Dr. Donovan t-
ed from the University Medical
and there we saw June Laing and George Hansen sipping cokes. Among School in 1932 and is a member of
those who were waiting patiently for a table . . . or even a chair . . . were Phi Beta Pi fraternity.
Betty Kelser with Don MacNab and Billie Andrus with Dar Smith. The William Wade Hinshaw of New
lounge also had its quota of occupants between dances . . . and among those York City and Ann Arbor has an-
there were Rud Otto and Mary Loffrey who is visiting here during her nounced the marriage of his daugh-
Spring Vacation . . . Mary is from Massachusetts . . . and Mathilde Warner ter, Anne Marie, of Ann Arbor to
and Camillo DAmico. - Leonard William Wing of Madison,
.FC.t aWis. Mrs. Wing received her B.A. de-
The First Capitalists' Party ...gree from the University of Michi-
gan in 1923 and her M.A. degree in
Stephanie sends an orchid . . . or was it a blue ribbon . . . to the Cap- 1931. Mr. Wing received his B.A.
italists' for their big dance Saturday . . . huge success . . . despite the dis- degree in 1934. They will make their
mal weather every one turned out in their latest spring prints and pastels home temporarily in Madison, while
. . . Lois Keddy exemplified the spring fashions in a lovely print of vari- Mr. Wing studies at the University
colored flowers on a wine background . . . she was dancing with Stan Kil- knWnin stne Mrs. Wing is widely
known in state garden club circles.

A ground of 20 foreign students will 'scribe recent developments in the
attend the annual Mt. Pleasant depa- Orient and their relation to the United
tation for foreign students. States and American foreign policy.
I_----- ---- He is considered an authority on for-
; eign affairs.
Renaissance h manist' In addition to Professor Reeve's
Diseussed By Society speech, Miss Margaret Kimball, a
student in the School of Music, will
Phi Tau Alpha held a meeting last present a group of piano selections
week in the Hussey Room of the by Respeghi.
League. The hostesses for the afternoon
The subject of the meeting was will be Mrs. Edward W. Blakeman,
"The Renaissance Humanist." There Miss Grace Carleton, Miss Katherine
were four speakers. Mr. Lawrence Diehl and Mrs. Arthur Hochrein.
Nelson spoke on Leonardo Bruni, Miss
Dalton on Niccolo di Niccoli. The KAPPA DELTA INSTALLS
topic of Miss Moyer's talk was Lor- New officers of Kappa Delta in-
enzo Valla, and Miss Brown talked on stalled March 30 are: President, Bar-
Poggio Bracciolini. bara L. Otte; vice-president, Char-


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gore . . . Dave Merriman . . . chairman of the dance . . . was seen strolling
through the hall with Faith Crittenden . . . Faith looked stunning in blue
crepe . .
The dance was held in the Women's Athletic Building . . . this is a rather
new idea and a good one too . . . Around the big fireplace in the ballroom
we noticed Mary Cullen and John Van Dis. . . and Isabel Bruyere and Henry
Ruifrok . . . Isabel was wearing a brown and aqua print . . . Alice Quinn in
black and white organdie stopped by with Tink Hill and joined the crowd-...
The orchestra was good and everyone seemed to enjoy the dancing
. . . there was much cutting in and exchanging which always makes

Michigan Ianes
To Meat Tonight
The Michigan Dames will hold a
meeting in the League at 8:15 p.m.
today. All of the various sections of
the club are invited to attend, as the

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Patent leathers, calfs - Navies, browns,
greens, grays, black - $1.00 - $1.95 up
Violets and carnations to top off that
Easter outfit - - - - - 59c up
Linens and sports in all Spring shades
and color combinations. - 29c -- 59c up
In three-cornered or ascots and all want-
ed shades - - - - 59c - $1.00 up


bour scholars of the University.
Describing teir humr va
which was pn thersrs in
Korea, Sori Beach on the Yellow
Sea, Chidi San among he mountains,
and Wansan Beach on the Japan
Sea. Professor Ruus and li wife
said: ">There aic SbOUt b cottages
at Saroi, a like number at Wansa'n
and about half that many at Chidi.
They are filled chiefly with Amer-
iean, English, and Danish missienies
from Korea, Manchu: ia and China.
Nearly all the Americans and other
English-speaking residents of Korea
leave the cities during the rainy sea-
son and live at these resorts."
From September to January Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Rufus were guests
of Dr. and Mrs. Horace Underwood in
lotte Culver; secretary, Carol June
Barton; treasurer, Helen Shapland;
assistant treasurer, Frances Baker;
editor, Margaret Veenboer.

Cest'U, iattJl1 Plaiphere Uf Kxing Yi T at-
Professar Rufus also gatve a paper
before the See-ud Women's Club on the
subject. "HI-igh Lighs If te Civiliza-
(ion of Sill. He lis been active in
showing astr'nic l films to the
science depart menit 01' Chlo-SP Chris-
tian College.
Forty Michigan alumni and friends
living in Tientsin China, r- present
at a tea given Peb. T by Juna Pian
and Mrs. P. Y. Wang, frmer Barbour
scholars, in honior of Prfessor and
Mrs. Rufus.

Stephanie feel good because it shows everyone is enjoying themselves . . . program will not be limited to one
George Hal, and Mary Knight were doing some very tricky steps . . . paiticular type of entertainment.
and Lucille Johnston seemed to be having a grand time with Howard Halli- Miss Julia Ann Wilson, who has
son. . . among the crowd we noticed John Karpe and Peg Norcross . . . Peg studied under Miss Martha Graham
was wearing the ever-popular black and white . . . Stanley Anderson and at the Bennington School of the
Faith Watkins were also there. Again we reiterate . . . it was a good dance Dance, will present several dance
and may the Capitalists have many more. numbers. Miss Emily Pairs, a stu-
dent in the School of Music, will also
ilay several piano selections. Mrs.
"r cir.James Roberton, one of the members
of the club, will give a number of in-

Stephanie dropped into the Theta Delt house Friday night . . . excellent tei Pi {ative ireadlngs, while a group
party . . besides the illustrious Theta Delts . . . all of the Betas were from the dramatic section of the or-
there . . . plus Alpha Delts . . . Sigma Chis . . . and Chi Psis. ganizatiop will conclude the evening's
Jack McCarthy was noticed about with Nan Gooding imported for the Ientertainment with a short skit.
occasion from Lima, O. . . . Wemmer Gooding and Jane O'Farrell were
talking with them . . . .they were later joined by Brad Carpenter and Jac- ALPHA GA31 A DELTA PLEDGES
queline Kolle. Betty Young and John McPherson stopped dancing to greet Alpha Gamma Delta announced
Ted Fraser and Nancy Siebert when they came in . . . .Betty wore a green yesterday the pledging of Laurabelle
dress with gold accessories and Nancy had on a beige trimmed in brown. Gedlove, '385M, of Iron River. The
Chuck Kennedy headed the stag line and among its members were ;oroity held its spring faculty dinner
Jack Kasley . . . Frank Barnard . . . and Norman Williamson. Among the Thursday, with Betty Wagner, '36, in
others there were San Ladd and Kay Shields . . . Bruce Telfer and Betty charge, and entertained Miss Mary
Whitney . . . Fred Allen and Marion Fitzgerald . . . Joe Smith and Mary Daymarsh of Syracuse University over
McCarthy who was back in town for the week-end. the week-end.
And then vte take a peep in at the Delta Gamma spring formal. The
living room was full of dancing partners . . . among them Martha Hankey
and Charlie Qick . . . just out from Detroit. ' X,

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