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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Ruthvens Will
Give Tea Forj
Students Today

Dawes' Kin To Wed

Mass Meeting
For Freshmen

Architecture Prize

House Baseball

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Several Dormitories And
Other Groups Are To Be
Especially Honored
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will open their home to re-
ceive students from 4 to 6 p.m. today
in the first presidential tea given for
undergraduates this year.
The groups which are to be espe-
cially honored at this affair include
Helen Newberry Residence, Fletcher
Hall, Adelia Cheever House, Martha
Cook Dormitory, Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority and Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha
Tau Omega and Delta Upsilon fra-
ternities. Although special invita-
tions have been extended to these
groups, all students are invited to at-
tend.
First Tea of Year
This event will be the first tea
which has been given since last De-
cember. During the preceding year
the affairs made up a series which
were held the first two Wednesdays
of every month. The receptions were
suspended, however, while President
Ruthven was convalescing from his
accident Jan. 1. There are to be
several other such affairs through-
out the remainder of this semester.
Presiding at the tea table for to-
day's affair will be Charlotte Rueger,
'37, new president of the League;
Jean Seeley, '36, ex-president; Mar-
tha Steen, '36, chairman of last year's
League social committee; and Betty
Anne Beebe, '37, president of Pan-
hellenic Association.
Social Committee Assist
The members of the new League
social committee are to assist Presi-
dent and Mrs. Ruthven at this tea.
Harriet Heath, '37, committee chair-
man, is in charge of arrangements.
The receiving line is to start in the
living room where Mr. and Mrs.
Ruthven will welcome the students,
and proceed into the dinning room
where tea is to be served. Decorations
will consist of spring flowers.
Scholarships
Announced By
RaleighNelson
Announcement of 25 scholarships
for American students to study at
Lingnan University, Canton, China,
for the year 1936-37 has been made by
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor of
foreign students.
These scholarships which exempt
students from tuition and room rent
are swarded to students 'selected
from colleges and universities of this
country. They are offered to candi-
dates who have completed either
their freshman or sophomore year of
college study.
Qualifications which are taken into
consideration when filing applica-
tions are: a B-minus or C-plus aver-
age scholarship, Christian character,
participation in extra-curricular ac- I
tivities, interest in inter-racial and
international matters, good health,
ability to participate in sports, as-
surance of adequate financial means,
and dramatic, musical and other spe-
cial talents.
Students who expect to apply
should be certain of an expense ac-
count of $700 to cover all personal
and academic expense and the cost of
round-trip travel from Hawaii to the
Pacific Coast.
Lingnan University is a private co-
educational school under Christian
auspices with a student body of 450.
The college faculty includes a per-

The first prize in the recent poster N S
Held At League contest held by the College of Ar- Next Tuesda yado
chitecture was won by Charles Stock- bas
ing, '36. The contest was held the fiv c
Project T( Be Explained week-end before vacation, and 50 There ae six bamtball diamonds wil
posters were turned in. availabi oor sorority ,nd doumitory SLe
T:0 F:irst-Year W e. They were judged by a jury of two games, Elizabeth White, manager,
Tomrnitteemen for the Architects' announced. Games will be held lim
Ball and four members of the fac- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
All first-year women interested in ulty. The award was a ticket to the of each week at 4:30 p.mn., the first A
the Freshman Project are urged to at- Architects' Ball. First honorable men- one being held April 28, T
tend the mass meeting to be held at 5 tion was received by Richard Dennis, An A and B tournament will be Art
p.m. today in the concourse of the 37A, and Harold Guy, '36A, received run, just as in the basketball season, par
League, according to Charlotte Rueg- second honorable mention. Ten of in which the winners of the first at2
er, '37, League president. Jean Hat- the posters were selected and dis-
field, '37, will talk on the merit system played in shop windows on State
and Maryanna Chockley, '37, is to Street.
explain interviewing and the petitions
wMiss Ruegern who is in general
harge of the assembly, will present
' fsome ideas for this year's project,
which is to be the first affair that W elcon es
freshmen women will be allowed tofNew M eocmers:
Petitioning For ProjectNe M ni er
Petitioning for positions on the
project has been scheduled for Thurs- D M' U oussel
-Associated Press Photo. day, Friday and Saturday of this Dean Alice Lloyd Speaks
The ergagement of Miss Virginia week in the Undergraduate Office At Banquet FollowingD
Dawes to Richard Thompson Cragg where regular blanks may be ob-
of Evanston, Ill., was recently an- tained. Initiation In ChapeC rF
nounced in Eva'nston. All applicants will be interviewed
April 24, 25, 27 and 28. The Judi- Thirteen women were initiated into
ciary Council, under the direction Senior Society, women's honorary or- _
P ess of Miss Chockley, will interview every ganization, at 5:15 p.m. yesterday in N
candidate and will recommend one the chapel of the League. Following V
oints Of Interest person for each position to the League the ceremony, a dinner in honor of-
Council. The latter body renders the new initiates was given at the
On Philippine Tour the final decision. League.
'League Committees Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of women,':
Petitioning for positions on League was the chief speaker at the banquet,
By THERESA SWAB ccmmittees is being held today at which Audrey Talsman, '36, acted
A communication describing a tour through Friday in the Undergraduate as toastmistress. Mrs. Alexander G.
of the Philippine Islands has been Office. " Five groups, the publicity, Ruthven, an honorary member ,and
receved from Prof. W. Carl Rufus house-reception, social, merit system Miss Ethel McCormick and Miss Ma- $i}
who with Mrs. Rufus is traveling in and theatre-arts committees are open rie Hartwig, faculty advisors, were al-.1 2-
the Orient for petitioning. Applications for the so guests at the affair. ><;>:s:
orientation group will be accepted The junior women who were ni-
nPiofessor Rufus said that every- later. There is to be no interview- tiated are Elizabeth Roura, Frances
wheie in the Philippines they were ing of candidates forthevarious Carney, Ruth Clark, Mary Bennett,
greeted by Michigan alumni and committee memberships and the Mr nrw ayElnHish
friends. Mr. and Mrs. arpio of Council will announce the new mem- Bbay A cdr c, Margaet Good-
Manila, (the former Maria Lanzar, bers Barbara Schacht, Margaret Good- ic, eno":y.Li.S"en ut -
Ph.D., '28), had arranged for their All scholastically eligible women Snu, Ruth Lvender, Jeh
entertainment in advance, and they except freshmen may file applica- Mcnonald. Th wee ad a e
were taken on sight-seeing trips on tions. Women may petition for more McDonald. They were tapped at the SEC
each island they visited. than one committee but should in- Installation Banquet of the League,
I ~held April 6. rFIX
Among the interesting historical dicate their preference by the order
laces that Professor Rufus men- in which they place the different Gold and white were the colors
tions is Magellan's monument on groups on the blanks. used in the decorations. Initiates
Mactan Island. Other points of in- wore white dresses for the ceremony _
terest they saw were the Moro vil- Last H and old members, caps and gowns._
lages, sugar mills, cocoanut planta- MeetingFetSenior Society is a local organiza-
tions, old Spanish churches and cem- By Faculty e tion for independent senior women
eteries, the rubber industry, modern Fa ut o e .founded in 1906 by nine charter mem-
waterworks, electric companies, and bers. It has a twofold purpose: first,
,chools and colleges. The Faculty Women's Club will to stimulate scholarship in independ-:

nes will go :n to the A tournament
J he losers i Ltnte B. Elimina-
games will be played in each
Wnament and the winner of A wvilii
, the winner of B on May 29.
everal new policies have been
pted by the W.A.A. in r<<gard to
"eall. Each game will consist of
innigs instead of three. Games
1c played at 4:30 p.m. only, in-
ad of at two separate hours, five
six games will be played at one
C. .
LNN AR~hol WOMEN'S ('L~IJ
Fhe Handie af t Division of the Ann
bor Women's Club fine arts de-
tment wilf hold its finai meeting
2:30 p.m. today in the League.

T a .r:: Majestic, "Klondike An-
nie" wiih Mae West. Michigan, "Rose
i ic" with Nelson Eddy. Orpheum,
"The Perfect Gentleman" with Frank
Moigan and "You May Be Next" with
Ann Sothern. Whitney, "39 Steps"
with Robert Donat and "Motive for
Rmn ge" with Donald Cook. Wuerth,
"My Mrriave" with Claire Trevor
and "Pride of the Marines" with
Charles Bickford.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.

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that make these frocks just the thing for
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These new formal frocks will be modeled at our
weekly fashion tea Friday at 3:00. Be sure to come.

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Aftrer completion of their tour of
the islands, Professor and Mrs. Rufus
exr et to sail for Hongkong. They
plan to visit Foochow,. Canton and
then sail westward.
Their itinerary, however, may be
affe ted by Japanese activities in
the province of Fukien. In his letter
Professor Rufus said theirhtrip in
no thern and central China was just
in time to be free from probable dis-
crde.s. Some of the campuses they
vii ud were picketed by students at
the time, but they were vouched for
by faculty members and were accept-
ed as friends.
TO HOLD PARTY
An All-Campus party to be held at
8:30 p.m. April 24 at Lane Hall wa:
announced yesterday by officers of
the Inter-Guild Federation, the group
sp nroring the event. The party,
which may be conveniently attended
after the Spring Parley meeting, will
include dancing and refreshments.
of New York to grant degrees of
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of
Science.
For the present year 24 scholar-
ships are held by students, represent-
ing 16 colleges and universities among
which are Harvard, University of

hold its last meeting of the season at
1 p.m. today in the League Ballroom.
Annual reports from the chairman of
the club sections will follow the
luncheon.
Guests of honor at the meeting will
be Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Re-
gent Esther M. Cram, and Mrs. Jun-
ius E. Beal. Hostesses for the occa-
sion are Mrs. Frederick H. Aldrich,
Mrs. Wilfred B. Shaw, Mrs. Richard
H. Kingery, Mrs. Hessel E. Yntema,
Mrs. Wal'er B. Pillsbury, Mrs. 0. S.
Duflendack, Mrs. Bennett Weaver,
Mrs. Henry F. Adams, Mrs. Byrl Fox
Bacher and Mrs. Walter B. Ford.
The garden section under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Arne A. Jak-
kula will arrange the dccjrations.
ARCHITECTS' BALL TICKETS
Tickets for the Architects' Ball have
been released and are on sale at
Ulrich's Book Shop, Van Boven's, anc
the Union. They may also be ob-
tained from any of the committee
members

ent senior women, and second, to
promote the social activities of the
same group.
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American teachers. Lingnan is au- students interested in further in-
thorized by the State Board of Re- formation should see Professor Nel-
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