TUESDAY, APRI 21, 196
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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This grand Spring weather . . . let's hope it is here to stay . . . certainly
brought a deluge of new Spring outfits out on the campus today. Everybody
seemed to be wandering around in kind of a daze . . . just the old Spring
fever coming to the fore again. Stephanie has heard just loads of interest-
ing yarns about vacation jaunts too . . . and we will try and give you the
low down on a few of them.
Jean Seeley has just returned from Ashville, Ky., where she seems to
have picked up quite a bit of tan which was nicely set off by light blue
with a purplish cast which she sported about the campus today. We saw
Betty Ann Beebe and Ellen Menard at the 400 Club in Detroit at the
beginning of vacation . . . Betty Ann was in visiting Ellen for a few days.
And speaking of the 400 Club . . . it was practically beseiged by Ann
Arborites throughout the whole vacation. We saw Dave Barnett . . .
Bill Griffiths . . . Johnny Seeley and loads of others gracing the stag line
But now to get back on campus for a minute . . . Mary Garrettson was
looking very spring-like in light blue . . . Dorothy Mercer wore a salmon
colored blouse contrasted with a black skirt . . . Mary Lou Bishop breezed
by us in dusty pink with a dubonnet neckerchief . . . and Marian Donaldson
looked very smart in a maize-colored suit with a brown tie at the neck.
We saw Winifred Bell in music appreciation peeking out from underneath
a new shiny straw hat . . . Mary MacIvor appeared on campus in a tur-
quoise knit suit with brown accessories . . . and Doris Hoyt ambled across
campus in a gray knit jacket and skirt combined with a dark red scarf.
Mardi (ras Queen
Vacation Trips . .
Pardon us if we seem to jump around a bit but Stephanie's notes are
a bit scattered and jumbled up . . . and we have just heard about some
more trips. Elliot Chapman . . . Don Moore and Jim Douglas all drove
down to Washington together . . . and from all reports had a grand time.
Frances Carney vacationed in Chicago . . . Jo Wilcox and Eleanor Wasey
spent their time in New York . . . and Janet Park came back from her
Bermuda trip with a beautiful coat of tan.
Lucille Johnston had fun flying from Pittsburgh to Columbus.
it seems that Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyons were on the plane and she came
home with their autographs and much news about Hollywood . . . Ruth
Barrett and Helen Stevenson met her at the airport and they took in the
sights of the city before returning to Ann Arbor.
And back in Detroit again . . . a group of the Lawyers celebrated their
first day home at a tea dance at the Book. Ray Brett was there with Jean
Finlayson . . . looking very spring-like in navy blue chiffon . . . we saw
John Moran looking frantically for his eye while Margaret Love looked on
.. . Dorothy Love was also there aiding in the search . . . Red Hally and
Winnie Hughs joined the crowd as they proceeded down Washington Boule-
vard to the D.A.C. for dinner . . . It was really U. of M. night there Sat-
urday and the orchestra played "The Victors" amid much singing and
shouting over the joy of vacation
At The D.A.C..
Some of the Theta Delts got together in Detroit Saturday night . . .
and again the D.A.C. was the meeting place. Here are a few of the dates
from that party . . . Jane O'Ferrall was with Wemmer Gooding . . . Julie
Kane with Fred Schairer . . . and Betty Gatward with George Peck. Speak-
ing of Jane O. . . . she certainly was feeling Spring-like yesterday in ankle
socks and a daisy in the button hole of her coat.
The Pi Phis got together on two different occasions in Detroit during
the holidays . . . and both occasions were bridge luncheons. The first
was at Margaret Barnes' and Beth Ranney was hostess at the second. Both
parties called forth a number of good-looking outfits. Gretchen Bowman
wore a dark blue silk dress with wide lapels and deep cuffs of natural col-
ored linen . . . Barb Hanna wore a light blue suit with a white silk blouse
figured with a tiny pattern of blue . . . and Sue Johnson wore a long full
red silk tunic polka dotted in white over a dark blue dress . . . quite pa-
triotic and very colorful.
The- Gargoyle's New Cup . .
Oh yes. . . before Stephanie forgets . . . the proud Gargoyle staff .. .
Marjorie Morrison . . . Don Miller . .. . Norm Williamson .. . and Gilbert
Tilles attended a banquet in New York last Friday night given by the Amer-
ican Association of College Comics. At the banquet they were awarded
a large silver cupfor having the best collegiate humor magazine in the
country. The cup is at present . . . or at least it was when we last saw it
. .. gracing Norm's desk.
And here we go jumping back to Detroit again . . . The Alpha Chis
also had a little reunion on Wednesday. One would almost think that
people on campus didn't see enough of each other during our nine long
months in school. Anyways here are some that got together for a show
and tea later . . . Virginia Callow . . . Marie Mette . . . Dorothy Shutt .
Marjorie Kress . . . Grace Lamb . . . Gretchen Lehmann . . . Margaret
Waterston . . . Eva and Lora Spencer . . . Mary Jane Field . . . Irene
Wakeman . . . and Jean Steere. Lora and Eva also entertained a number
of their sorority sisters at a cabaret dinner dance at the Detroit Yacht Club
All in all it seems everyone had a grand vacation . . . but next week
Stephnie will be back to tell you what is happening on campus. Fraternities
and sororities will soon be giving Spring formals and the Military Ball isn't
far off so it looks like fun ahead for everyone.
-Associated Press Photo.
Miss Cora Jahncke, whose fam-
ily is traditionally distinguished
and socially prominent in New Or-
leans, presided in royal attire over
the southern city's annual Mardi
Gras celebration. This year's fes-
tive holiday was gayer than it has
been for several past seasons.
RoothsI o Re Judged By
Cofnmittee 01 Three For
E Anntial (vent
Prof. Russell C. Hussey of the ge-
ology department, Dr. Rudolf Win-
nacker of the history department and
Miss Hilda Burr of the physical edu-
cation department were chosen as
booth judges for the annual Penny
Carnival, to be held this Saturday,
at a general committee meeting, Jean
Gourlay, '37, general chairman, re-
An announcement was also made
of the patrons, who will include Prof.
and Mrs. Howard Y. McCluskey, Prof.
and Mrs. Philip Bursley and Dr. and
Mrs. Theodore Hornberger.
Frances Everhard, '38, chairman
of the hostess committee, explained
that the hostesses this year will wear
colored badges to distinguish them
from the other women present. Over
100 are expected to entertain during
the course of the evening.
The plan initiated this year of us-
ing a buyer to purchase goods was
further explained by Mary Johnson,
'38, buyer, and Katherine Buckley,
'38, chairman of the booth committee
stressed the importance of formu-
lating definite plans for booths im-
mediately. She described several of
the new plans for booths this year.
More definite plans for the melo-
drama which will be presented by
students during intermission will be
given later, Janet Lambert, '37, chair-
man of the entertainment committee
announced. The play, written to
music, was composed by the treasurer,
Dorothy Shappell, '36. The Varsity
quartet, "Four Men of Note," will sing
during the evening.
Sets Time Of'
Dates Are Also Decided
A mass meeting of all first year
women interested in Freshman Proj-
ect will be held at 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the concourse of the League, it was
decided yesterday in the first regular
meeting of the new eLague Council.
Jean Hatfield, '37, is to explain
the merit system and Maryanna
Chockley, '37, will talk on interview-
ing and the petitions which are open
for the freshmen. Charlotte Rue-
ger, '37, League president, who is to
have general charge of the assembly
emphasized the fact that all first
year women who wish to take part
in extra-curricular activities during
the year should attend the meet-
ing, as the project is the first affair
that freshmen women will be allowed
to give on campus.
Petitioning To Begin Thursday
Petitioning for positions on the
project is scheduled for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of this week.
Regular application blanks may be
obtained in the Undergraduate Of-
Interviewing of applicants will be
held April 24, 25, 27 and 28. All can-
didates will be interviewed by the
Judiciary Council, under the direc-
tion of Miss Chockley. That body
recommends one person for each
position to the League Council, which
renders the final decision.
Petitioning for positions on League
committees is being held today
through Friday in the Undergraduate
Office. There will be no interviewing
for these positions and the Council
is to announce the members of the
various League groups. Applications
may be submitted for all of the com-
mittees except orientation.
Committees Important To League
The different committees are the
nucleus around which actual League
work revolves and provide the me-
dium through which contact with all
campus women is maintained. Be-
sides the orientation group, they are
theatre-arts, publicity, house-recep-
tion, social and merit system com-
The theatre-arts body includes in
its duties the management of the
Children's Theatre, the sponsoring
of Little Symphony concerts and art
exhibits. The merit system com-
mittee submits a monthly activity
chart to every sorority, dormitory
and League house. These reports are
recorded on the hall chart in the
The work of the house-reception
committee is concerned with the ac-
tual management of the League
building. The group is in charge of
the annual Open House, the spring
bridge tournament, library teas and
Heads League Publicity
The publicity committee maintains
a scrapbook and file in which all
League matters are entered. The
social committee plans the monthly
undergraduate teas, assists with the
Ruthven teas and arranges exchange
All sophomore, junior and senior
women who are scholastically eligible
may file their applications. Women
may petition for more than one com-
mittee but should indicate their pref-
erence by the order in which they
place the different groups on the
Petitioning for chairmanships for
the Junior Girls Play committees is
scheduled for May 1 through May 8.
Several engagements and wedding
dates of Michigan students have been
Mr. and Mrs. George Schreck of
Three Mile Dr., Detroit, have an-
nounced the engagement of their,
daughter, Helen, to Thomas E.
Groehn, '36, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
J. Groehn of Kensington Rd., De-
troit. News of the betrothal was re-
ceived at the wedding dinner of Miss
Schreck's sister, Dorothy Ann, and
Mr. Groehn's brother, Gilbert W..
April 11, at the Detroit Athletic Club.
Mr. Groehn is associate editor of the
Michigan Daily and a member of
Theta Delta Chi fraternity.
Another engagement of interest in
campus circles is that of Miss Wini-
fred Bell, '36, daughter of Mrs. Eliza-
beth M. Bell of Catherine St., and
Edward H. Litchfield, '36, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Litchfield of Detroit,
which was announced April 15.
Miss Bell led the J-Hop with Mr.
Litchfield in 1935 and is a member
of Mortar Board, Wyvern, Phi Beta
Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Kappa
Delta, sociology honorary organiza-
tion, and is affiliated with Chi Omega
sorority. She was also chairman of
Judiciary Council for 193 5-36.
Mr. Litchfield, who is a member 6f
Delta Sigma Rho, speech fraternity,
was a member of the varsity debat-
ing squad for three years, winning
the national title in public speaking
in 1935. He is affiliated with Trigon
Dates have been set for weddings
of two Michigan students. Miss Grace
Bartling has chosen Sept. 18 as the
Reservations must be made with
Mrs. Twila M. Clark at the League
not later than noon today, according
to Mrs. John Bradshaw, vice pres-
ident of the club.
Acting as hostesses at the various
tables will be Mrs. Frederick H. Al-
drich, Mrs. Wilfred Shaw, Mrs. Rich-
ard H. Kingery, Mrs. Walter Pills-
bury, Mrs. Hessel E. Yntema, Mrs.
O. S. Duffendack, Mrs. Bennett Wea-
ver, Mrs. Henry S. Adams, Mrs. Byrl
Bacher and Mrs. Walter B. Ford.
date of her marriage to Albert R.
Brownridge of Oak Park, Ill., son of
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Brownridge of
London, Ont. Miss Margaret Thomp-
son has set May 2 as the date of her
wedding to Pierre V. Heftler, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Victor R. Heftler of De-
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Cliib Sets Date Fmr DAMES TO ELECT OFFICERS
An election of officers for the Mich-
A i l al Li1ivhe011 igan Dames will be held at 8:15 p.m.
today in the League. Preceding the
Regent Esther Cram, Mrs. Alex- election, Edward Wagg" director of
ander G. Ruthven and Mrs. Junius FERA in Ann Arbor, will speak on
Beal are to be guests of honor at the the. "Current Situation in Unem-
annual meeting and luncheon of the ployment Relief." All members are
Faculty Women's Club, which will be urged to attend.
held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the
League ballroom. -
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Club Will Feature
Music At Meeting
A program of music by the club
chorus will follow the last of the
season's business meetings of the Ann
Arbor Woman's Club, which'will be
held at 2:30 p.m. today in the League.
Mrs. Jessica Steinle Reekie will di-
rect the chorus in the Michigan StateI
Song by Miessner, "Over the Summer
Seas" by Fearis, "By Bendemeer's
Stream," an Irish melody, and "The
Flowers That Bloom in the Spring"
by Sullivan. Miss Evelyn HawleyE
will accompany the chorus. Mrs.
George Gill will sing a solo and Miss
Shirley Hepler will give a group of
dances, with Mrs. M. Clifton Dey, ac-
The program is being presented by
the fine arts department, with Mrs.
R. H. Davidson, director in charge.
Hostesses will be the following va-
rious chairmen of the department:
Mrs. Jackson R. Sharman, literature
group; Mrs. James M. Bridges, drama
group; Mrs. R. A. Dolph, music ap-
preciation group; Mrs. Reekie, Mrs.
C. H. Griffitts, arts and crafts divi-
sion; Mrs. W. H. McLaren, handicraft
Where To Go
Theatre: Majestic, "Klondike An-
nie" with Mae West. Michigan,
"Rose Marie" with Nelson Eddy. Or-
pheum, "Gay Divorcee" with Ginger
Rogers and Fred Astaire. Also, "Bon-
nie Scotland" with Laurel and Hardy.
Whitney, "House of a Thousand
Candles" with Phillips Holmes and
Mae Clarke. Wuerth, "My Marriage"
with Claire Trevor and "Pride of the
Marines" with Charles Bickford.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
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