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April 26, 1936 - Image 7

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Telegraph Booth


First Place At Carnival'

Lightest and Loveliest

Unique Design
Win Prizes I
Annual Conte

Pi Beta Phi, Delta
Gamma Phi Beta,
Booth Competition


WAA EventPopul
Melodrama, Ref reshmine
Games Of Skill, Danc
Featured At Affair
With such inviting mottoes as"
your next date by telegraph,"
Pi Beta Phi telegraph booth c
through with flying colors and
first Place in the annual contes
Penny Carnival. Adelia Cheever
the contest in 1934 and 1935.
Second place was taken by D
Zeta whose booth sagely sugge
that frost-bites were most effectiv
helping you "keep kool" and Ga
Phi Beta came in third with a flo
cart booth. Judges were Dr. Ru
Winnacker, Prof. Raymond Hus
and Miss Hilda Burr.
The Pi Beta Phi booth, mana
by Mary Jane Mueller, '38Ed.,
cleverly decorated in black and wI
Western Union blanks were pa
over the walls and even the u
clock with the sign "Naval Obse
tory time through courtesy of W
ern Union" was displayed.
Messages were sent through
grilled iron window and were ca
on the floor by a girl with a me
The Delta Zeta's life-sized p
guins were one of the big hits of
evening, partly because of their
wildered flapping about. Small
tificial penguins were scatte
around the walls with icebergs
other suggestions of the frozen no
Janet Brackett, '36, was in cha
of the booth.
Flowers Are Featured
Corsages and boutonnieres w
sold by three girls cleverly dre
in garden clothes at the Gamma
Beta booth, arranged by Gori
Selje, '38. A large flower cart c
tained different varieties of sp
flowers and carnations. A flo
basket with the flowers of every s
son was placed on each wall, mak
the booth very colorful.
Another clever idea was the ro
side stand featured by Zeta7
Alpha. Selling karnmel korn,
booth had signs such as "spend a
economical evening and buy kar
korn," "Girls let him hold the b
and was complete even to the 1
horn on the counter. Helen Lin
'38, was in charge of the pledgesN
decorated the booth.
An independent booth, the firs
be attempted in the history of W.A
sold strawberry sundaes. Two str
berry figures riding a bicycle
signs to the effect that the b
was "the berries" formed the dec
tions. Sally Kenny, '38, and M
Redden, '37, were in charge of
Color Display Used
The Alpha Epsilon Phi "Chips
Bureau" was presided over by "Ef
a cleverly arrayed figure, dresse
a red, black and grey summer
semble. The booth was decorate
red and black and was managed
Jaros Jedel, '39. The game pl
was throwing chips at the b
squares on a checkerboard and. s
packages of cigarettes were give
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s ibson towRIIurns Announce List 'Alice In onder1
n Of Partons For Is Now On Disj
Est rMilitary BallA By T
Aone piece linoleum block print I
of "The Map of Wonderland" based t
etas +Traditional Dance To Be on the adventures of Lewis Carroll'sI
Vin Held This Friday At "Alice" done by a prominent youngf
French-Mexican artist and architect,'
Union Ballroom Luis D'Antin Van Rootin is now on r
display in the League Library.y
lar The patron list for the 1936 Mili- The map which is three feet long i
tary Ball, being held Friday, May 1, and two and a half feet wide shows
at the Union, has been announced by all the places Alice visited in her
nts, journey to Wonderland, beginning at
l Paul W. Philips, general chairman. the well with the jar of marmelade on1
ng, The list will include: Gov. and one of the shelves and ending withf
' Mrs. Frank D. Fitzgerald, Hon. and the court of the king and queen of i
Mrs. Robert A. Campbell, President hearts. Caricatures of prominent7
"Get and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, citizens of Cleveland form a border oft
"Get ( Maj.-Gen. and Mrs. Frank R. McCoy, Wonderland characters. The mape
the Vice-President and Mrs. James D. is remarkable for its clever concep-
ame Bruce, Vice-President and Mrs. Shir- tion. Not even the smallest detail
took ly W. Smith, Vice-President and Mrs. has been omitted.
t at Clarence S. Yoakum. Versatility Exhibited I
Regents To Serve As Patrons The versatile Mr. Van Rooten ex-
Regent and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, presses himself in various mediums t
Regent and Mrs. Franklin M. Cook, and has exhibited oils and water col-
elta jMrs. Leroy V. Cram and Rgent Ester ors at the Cleveland Museum of Arte
sted M. Cram, Regent and Mrs. David H. and elsewhere.c
e in Crowley, Regent and Mrs. Charles F. The history of the writing of "Alicee
mmna Hemans, Regent and Mrs. James O. in Wonderland" is as fanciful as the
Murfin, Regent and Mrs. Richard R. map which portrays the fairy tale ac-t
)wer Smith, Regent and Mrs. Ralph Stone, cording to Miss Mary Nordmeyer. It
dolf' Gov. and Mrs. Joseph R. Hayden, was written by a historian and math-
sey, - aPresident and Mrs. Charles A. Sink. ematical lecturer, Charles Lutwidge
Press Photo Dean and Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Dodgson, at Christ College. He also
-ged Spring suits have gone back to Col. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean wrote "Notes on the First Two Books
waste styles of the early 1900's and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana, Dean and of Eucled" and "A Syllabus of Plain
ite. Thcre's a snappy Gibson girl touch Mrs. James B. Edinonson, Dean and Algebraical Geometry."
sted to this suit ready for the early Mrs. Albert C. Furstenburg, Dean and He wanted to keep his mathemati-
sual Spring days. The jacket is of hard Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Dean and Mrs. cal personality distinct from his
firished wool and made up in Edward H. Kraus, Dean Mortimer E.
rva- h oua pignv leTe wr .ruenrie - fanciful one Miss Wedemeyer said s
est- the popular spring navy blue. The Cooley, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean he published "Alice in Wonderland,"
!hort-tailored jacket is designated and Mrs. Herbert C. Sadler, Asst. "Through the Looking-glass and
a laels full shoulder and high Dean and Mrs. Wilber R. Humphreys, humorous verse under the pseudon-
lled '_Asst. Dean d Mrs. Alfred H. Lovell, ym, Lewis Carroll. He first told his
~ga- .~e~ie~iI . Asst. Dean and Mrs. Peter O. Ok- _ ._ -
Medical F-aIter-ity kelberg, Asst. Dean and Mrs. Fred ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
.l-, B. Wahr.
the 1Aiiiotunces Oficers Dr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Novy, Alpha Gamma Delta entertained its
be Dr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Ward, Prof. patrons and patronesses at a dinner
be- and Mr.s Emil Lorch, Col. and Mrs. Wednesday. The list of guests in-
red The Alpha Kappa Kappa medical Frederick A. Coller, Capt. and Mrs. cluded Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl
and fraternity announces the election of Carleton B. Pierce, Lieut. and Mrs. Fox Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry,
rth. the following officers: Peter Crab- Preston E. James, Prof. and Mrs. Phil- Prof. and Mrs. Walter B. Ford, Prof.
rge tree, '37M, president; Frederick Fehl- ip E. Bursley, Prof. and Mrs. Rene and Mrs. Walter L. Badger, Prof. and -
mann, '37M, vice-president; Harry Talamon, Col. and Mrs. Alfrd H. Mrs. William D. aten, Prof. and Mrs.
Matthews, '37M, treasurer; Martin White, Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. Frederick Louis M. Eich and Prof. and Mrs.
Viery, '38M, assistant treasurer; Rob- C. Rogers, Capt. and Mrs. Walter B. Bennett Weaver.
ert Trimby, '38M, recording secre- Fariss.
ere tary: Warren Hastings, '39M; corre- Faculty Members To Be Sponsors MU PHI ALPHA
ssed sponding secretary; Joe Garaner, Maj. and Mrs. Tattnal D. Simkins, Mu Phi Alpha, the only honorary
Phi '37M, chairman of the executive com- Maj. and Mrs. Rosswell E. Hardy, music sorority on campus, will hold
ana mittee; John Wolgemot, '39M, his- Capt. and Mrs. Richard R. Coursey, a dinner dance at 7 p.m. tomorrow,
on- torian; Marion DeWeefe, '39M, mar- Capt. and Mrs. Merton G. Walling- in the third floor ballroom of the
ring shal; James Miller, '39M, warden; ton, Lieut. and Mrs. Eldon F. Ziegler, Union
wer John Wurz, '37M, social chairman. Prof. and Mrs. Arthur E. R. Boak, Members of the committee for the
ea- The formal installation of officers Prof. and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason, dinner dance are Clarawanda Sis-
ing was Monday, April 2. Dr. H. M. Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Gram, Prof. son, '36, chairman, Virginia Ritter, '36,
Pollard, district deputy, presided at and Mrs. Edwin C. Goddard. Prof. and Jane Rogers, '37.
a the dinner. Moses Gomberg and Miss Gomberg, -- ----------- _ ----
Tau Prof. and Mrs. William H. Hobbs. - -
nice PHI RHO SIGMA Maj. and Mrs. Reuben C. Kahn, ,
me Phi Rho Sigma fraternity an- Prof. and Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, Prof.
mel nounces the following officers recently and Mrs. Orlando W. Stephenson,
ag' elected for the coming year: John Prof. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Prof.
ud'S. Betz, president, Hillis D. Rigter- and Mrs. Leigh J. Young, Dr. Frank
den' ink, vice president; Richard W. Ash- E. Robbins, Maj.-Gen. Guy Wilson,
who ley, corresponding secretary and T. Col. and Mrs. Henry W. Miller, Col.
t to Boyd Bolitho, secretary. and Mrs. Albert E. White, Maj. and
t t- Mrs. John C. Brier ,Maj. and Mrs.
aw- MARTHA COOK Herbert A. Kenyon, Maj. and Mrs.
and Mrs. George Codd, social director, Ferdinand N. Menefee, Maj. and
ooth and Miss Sara Rowe, house director, Mrs. John S. Worley.
ora- will preside at a tea to be given by Capt. and Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping,
lary Martha Cook, Sunday, April 26, in Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins, Service and Quality
ar- honor of faculty members and their Mrs. and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dr.
wives, and Mrs. Warren E. Forsythe, Dr. Remain Sup reH lit
Miss Marguerite Creighton, accom_ Margaret Bell, Dr. William M. Brace,
pined by Miss Lois Mayer will sing Dr. and Mrs. John V. Fopeano, Dr.LIic' OTTE'
George A. May, Dr. and Mrs. Maurice
ping in the Blue Room after suppe R. McGarvey, Dr. Emeth Shutz, Dr.
fie,' - and Mrs. Nelson M. Smith, and Miss 611 L. iberty 308
d in BIRTHDAY HONOR FOR POPE Ethel A. McCormick.
en- VATICAN CITY, April 25. - (P) - - - - -
d in The Pilgrimage office announced to-
t by day a world-wide pilgrimage to Rome
ayed to honor Pope Pius Xi on his sevent-
lack ninth birthday May 31. The pilgrim-
mall age will include a nation-wide "pleb-
n at iscite of loving, applauding affection
of the Catholic Action organization.

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The crispness of Organdie . . the
sophistication of Net . . . the
practicability of Cotton - all
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Clothes she wears
and upwards
shining Entrance
Modern midnights discover Cinderella cloaked in quilted
tvffeta wraps, this weave gleams with iridescent highlights;
the length may be finger-tip or three-quarter. All the excit-
ing "frappdd shades. The prices, too, will delight you.
SIZES 12 to 20.
$795 and $11195

land' Map
play At League
Alice" story to his little friend, Alice
Hargreaves as they sat together on
the afternoon of July 4, 1862. Thee
he printed it under the title of "Alice's
Adventures Underground." The first
"edition" was therefore a single
manuscript which Dr. Rosenback of
America bought at a London auction
in 1928 for $75,250.
Title C anged
Then for a time the book was
known as "Alice's Hour in Elfland."
Finally it appeared in 1865 with the
famous Tenniel illustrations as "Al-
ce's Adventures in Wonderland."
There are not more than half a
dozen of these copies in existence. Not
even the British Museum owns one.
More than 260,000 of the "Alice"
books had been published by 1898 and
by 1900 nearly a million. To date
it would be impossible to estimate
the number of Lewis Carroll books
printed according to Miss Wedemey-
The League Library would appre-
ciate the loan of any rare or unsual
editions of "Alice in Wonderland" or
"Through the Looking-Glass" for dis-
playing purposes.
The thirty months' course, pro-
viding an intensive and varied
experience through the case study
method, leads to the degree of
Master of Nursing
A Bachelor's degree in arts, sci-
ence or philosophy from a college
of approved standing is required
for admission. A few scholarships
available for students with ad-
vanced qualifications. For cata-
logue and information address:
New Haven : Connecticut



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