THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fiesta Theim Is Decided
Upon; Saturday Is Last
Day For Petitioning
More than 300 freshmen women
turned out for the mass meeting held
yesterday at the League to discuss
the proposed Freshman Project. In
an informal vote it was decided that
a Freshman Fiesta will be given dur-
ing the latter part of May.
Petitioning for positions which
started yesterday is to contiiue
through Saturday of this week in the
Undergraduate Office of the League.
where regular blanks for the purpose
may be obtained.
Applications may be submitted fo
the following positions: genera
chairman, assistant chairman and
heads of the finance, publicity, dec-
orations, music, ticket and entertain-
Interviewing of applicants is sched-
uled for 3 to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow and
Friday, and 3:30 to 5:30 on Saturday.
All candidates will be interviewed by
the Judiciary Council, under the di-
rection of Maryanna Chockley, '37.
chairman. That body recommends
one person for each position to the
League Council, which is to render
the final decision.
All first-year women who are scho-
lastically eligible may file petition
for the project.
Petitioning for positions on League
committees is being held today and
tomorrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice. Applications may be submit-
ted for five committees: the house
reception, social, publicity, theatre-
arts, and merit system groups. Pe-
titioning for the orientation com-
mittee will not be held until later.
All scholastically-eligible women
may file applications. Women may
petition for more than one commit-
tee but should indicate their prefer-
ence by the order in which they place
the different groups on the blanks.
There will be no interviewing for
these positions and the Council is to
announce the membership of the
Patron List Of
The patron list for the annual
Penny Carnival to be given this Sat-
urday was announced yesterday by
Mary Redden, '37Ed. The carnival
is given under the auspices of the
W.A.A. and furnishes the money for
the following year's expenses in that
Patrons and patronesses include:
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven; Vice-President and Mrs.
Shirley Smith; Vice-President and
Mrs. James D. Bruce; Dean and Mrs.
Clarence S. Yoakum; Dean and Mrs.
Joseph Bursley; Dean and Mrs. Ed-
ward H. Kraus; Dean and Mrs. Field-
ing H. Yost; Dean Alice C. Lloyd;
Miss Jeannette Perry; Miss Byr F.
Bacher; Miss Ethel McCormick; Dr.
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler;
Prof. and Mrs. Elmer Mitchell, Prof.
and Mrs. Howard McCluskey, Prof.
and Mrs. Philip Bursley, Prof. and
Mrs. Rudolf Winnacker, Prof. and
Mrs. Theodore Hornberger, Prof. and
Mrs. Russell Hussey, Mrs. Lucile B.
Conger, Miss Hilda Burr, Miss Ma-
rie Hartwig, Miss Jeannette B. Saur-
born, Dr. Mabel Lugen and Miss Ruth
Bloomer were also invited.
a itonal President
V sits .eta Phi lEa
Zeta Phi Eta, national honorary
speech society, is entertaining its na-.
tional president, Mrs. Pearl Ben-
nett Broxam, today and tomorrow.
She is the house guest of Mrs. G. E.
Densmore and will be honored to-
morrow at a luncheon at the League
given by the active chapter.
Mrs. Broxam who is a member of
the speech faculty at the University
of Iowa and director of that Uni-
versity's broadcasting station will al-
so be the dinner guest of Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority during her,
Will Appear Here Duoring Dramatic Season
To Hold Annual
Military Ball In
Report Ticket Sell-Out;'
Friday May 1 Is Set As,
Date Of Dance
1uthvens Hold L cN ew (1ce Fadirector of the FERAin
beorlespoke on the "Imnei
or X ii hiO't inesl. uat in of Unemnployment."
First Reaular ____ r I-ntalatio-dinner for new ofti
Tea This Year
Present, Past Presidents Of
League Among Those
An elect ion of officers was held by
the Michigan Dames at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at which the following wom-
en were given offices: Mrs. L. F.
Haines. president; Mrs. E. W. Hard,
vice-president: Mrs. G. H. Wynn. re-
cording secretary: Mrs. James Brad-
bur y, col responding secretary, and
Mrs. D. B. Andrews, treasurer.
PReceding the electio s, Edward M.
will be held on May 5 in the Leaf
the president announced.
Rcsidential Summer School (c
I'dlzationaI) . Junce 26-Jul~y
3ily French .spoken. Fee $1
Board and Tuition. Elementa
Intermediate. Advanced, Wr
for announcement to Reside
ial French Summer School
McGill University, Montreal, Ca
Edith Merickel, '36, will lead the More than 170 students attended
eighteenth annual Military Ball with the first undergraduate tea of the
Paul W. Philips, '36E general chair- year, given yesterday by President
Pau. hilil'36benedrlmchair-and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven. The
man. The Ball will be held from 1regular series of these events was
p.m. to 2 alm. Friday, May 1, at the suspended while the President was
Union. convalescing from his accident.
Betty Goutremout, '37, will be the As she welcomed the students in
guest of William H. Eason, '36E, the living room, Mrs. Ruthven looked
o '36Edcarming in dark green crepe with
treasurer. L. Maurice Mason, gold metal accents. Alice Slinghuff,
chairman of the ticket committee, 36. who was in charge of the Ruth-
has chosen Valerie M. Rancu, '36, as ven teas last year, was also in the
Miss Frances Maddux, who co-stars with Estelle Winwood, Eddie
Garr, and Doris Dalton in the Dramatic Season production of Ivor No-
vello's comedy with music, "Party," has just opened for the second time
this season as the star of the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Plaza, in;
New York. She is now appearing there with outstanding success with
the dancer, Paul Draper. Miss Maddux was featured this winter in
the Broadway production of "There's Wisdom in .
20 Students Spend
Sping Vacation In
The old geology camp which has
been left for the new site in Colorado,
was revisited during spring vacation
by a group of twenty men under
the leadership of Professor I. D.
The trip started Good Friday, and
the night was spent at Cincinnati,
0. Traveling south to Somerset, Ky.,
the students spent two days there
studying the physiographic features
of the land. Work was done at the
old camp which is located at Mills
Spring, Ky., and the following night
was spent at Middleboro, Ky.
Considerable attention was given
to the Big Smoky Mountains in
Tennessee before going on to Marion,
Va. At Louray, Va., the class studied
Uhe Blue Ridge mountains while trav-
eling on the Sky Line.
The trip was made bysautomobile,
and other than flat tires and a few
minor mechanical difficulties all went
well. Prof. Scott says, "The trip was
very successful and worthwhile. We
had good weather throughout, and
there were no serious accidents to
hold us back."
The party returned to Ann Arbor
Sunday morning, intact and safe with
souvenirs and private collections
Mrs. Hunt Elected
Tor National Office
Mrs. Ormond E. Hunt of Highland
Road has been named member of the
nominating committee for the Na-
tional Council of State Garden Clubs
to serve with Mrs. Thomas Motley,
Jr., of Milton, Mass.
Mrs. Hunt has served for the past
year as president of the Michigan
Federation of Garden Clubs and is at
present attending the annual meet-
ing of the National Council which is
being held in Dallas, Texas.
A series of trips to the outstanding
gardens around Dallas and San An-
tonia in Texas, and to Mexico City
have been planned for members at-
tending the annual meeting.
READ, GUM CHEWERS!'
MADISON, Wis.-According to re-
cent survey made at the University of
Wisconsin, a co-ed chews a stick of
gum 93 times a minute while a cow
munches on her cud at the rate of
64 times a minute.
Misses Crow And Browne
Miss Roth To Wed
Many Michigan students have
made known their engagements. An-
nouncement has been made of the
engagement of Fredlyn Kausman, '39,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kaus-
man of Detroit, and Mr. Edmond
Kantor of Cleveland and Detroit. The
wedding will take place May 24 in
Detroit and the couple plan to live in
New York. Miss Kausman was af-
filiated with Phi Sigma Sigma so-
Miss Gladys Sandick, '37, of Jersey
City, N. J., has announced her en-
gagement to Mac Winikoff of Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Miss Sandick is at present
attending the University of New York.
She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority. Mr. Winikoff is a graduate
of Oberlin College and is doing grad-
uate work at the New York Universi-
Dr. and Mrs. George Roth of Wash-
ington, D. C., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dorothy, '36,
to James Wilson, '34L., of Bethany,
Mo. Miss Roth is woman's editor of
the Ensian and is affiliated with Pi
Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Wilson grad-
uated from the University of Mis-
souri where he was a member of
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity after
which he attended the Law School
Little Church of the Flowers in
Los Angeles, Calif., was the scene of
the marriage of Jeanette Crow, '36,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Crow
of Elkhart, Ind., and David Hugh
Conklin, '35E, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Hugh Conklin of Battle Creek. Miss
Crow is a member of Alpha Phi so-
rority and Mr. Conklin is affiliated
with Delta Kappa Epsilcn.
The wedding of Elizabeth F.
Browne, '34, and Allen S. Beard, '33,
was solemnized Saturday, April 11, at
Christ Church Cranbrook, Bloomfield
Hills. Mrs. Beard was attended byI
Mary Wood, maid of honor, Helen
MasDonald, '35, and Audrey Talsma,
'36. Howard Williams, '37M, acted
as best man,
his partner. Betty Whitney, '38. will
accompany Robert Beuhler, '37E,
chairman of the program and favors
committee, while Marguerite L. Ganz-
horn, '39, will be the guest of Jack R.
Gustafson, '38, chairman of the floor
and drill team committee.
Richard Shappell, '37. chairman of
invitations, patrons, and guests, has
invited Elaine Cobo, '37, as his guest;
Rolando W. Stephenson, Jr., '37E,
chairman of music, advertising, and
publicity, is taking Lenore Stephen-
son of Flint.
Various committee members have
also selected dates for the occasion.
Lewis Bulkley, '38, will have as his
guest Jenny Peterson; '39; Robert
Young, '38E, has asked Virginia Lane,
'37; Fred Luebke, '39, will take Jeane
Clemens, '39; and Bruno R. Koeppel,
'36arch, will have as his guest Ruth
There has been a complete sell-out
on the 425 tickets sold for the ball.
Due to the extraordinary interest
shown this year, only a very few
tickets are being sold outside of the
R.O.T.C. unit. They are priced at $3
The drill team, which will give its
customary military dbmonstration
immediately preceding the grand
march, is drilling intensively this
week. The arch of sabres formed by
the Scabbard and Blade initiates is
also a center of attraction during the
ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA
Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity
has elected the following officers for
the coming year: D. Jarvis Dean, '37,
president; Robert S. Reinhart, '37,
vice-president; Charles N. Haskins,'
'37E, recording secretary; Kermit M.
Webb, '38, corresponding secretary;
J. Robert Small, '38, steward; Robert
L. Evans, '37, treasurer; Roswell J.
Campbell, '38E, chaplain.
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Presiding at the tea table were
Charlotte Rueger, '37, in yellow with
brown accessories, and Jean Seeley,
'36, who wore tan crepe. Martha
Steen, '36, whose yellow flannel suit
contrasted nicely with a brown blouse,
was talking to Betty Anne Beebe, '37,
in a brown suit combined with dark
Wandering around the dining roomj
was Harriet Heath, '37, who was in
charge of the affair. Virginia Jack-
soil, '38, looked lovely in a black suit
worn with a frilly white blouse and a
shiny black straw hat trimmed with
a white bow. Jean Bonisteel, '38, and
Mary MacIvor chatted together and
Ronie Stilson, '36, appeared in a be-
coming rust knit. Rita Wellman, '37,
in a grey knit suit accented with
bright red buttons, was sipping tea.
Groups wnich received special in-
vitations to the affair were Helen
Newberry Residence, Fletcher Hall,
Adelia Cheever House, Martha Cook
Dormitory, Kappa Alpha Theta, Al-
pha Delta Phi, Alpha Tau Omega
and Delta Upsilon.
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