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FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1937

'I' HE MICHIGAN AIL

PAGE FI-VE--.

THE MIChIGAN DAiLY

PAGE FIVE

Murphy Heads
List Of Patrons
For 1937 Hop
Ruthvens Also Are On Roll
Of Special Guests ; Over
200 Are Invited
Governor Murphy, his sister, Mrs.
William B. Teahan, and Mr. Tea-
hin will head the roll of more
than 200 who will serve as patrons
and patronesses for the 1937 J-Hop.
President and Mrs. Ruthven are
also on the list which includes mem-
bers of the Board of Regents, faculty
and parents of committee members.
The complete list includes Regent
Junius E. Beal and Mrs. Beal of Ann
Arbor, Regent Franklin M. Cook and
Mrs. Cook of Hillsdale, Regent Esther
M. Cram and Leroy V. Cram of Flint,
Regent David H-. Crowley and Mrs.
Crowley of Detroit, Regent Charles
F: Hemans and Mrs. Hemans of Lan-
ing, Regent James O. Murfin and
Mrs. Murfin of Detroit, Regent Rich-
ard R. Smith and Mrs. Smith of
Grand Rapids, Regent Ralph Stone
and Mrs. Stone of Detroit, and Eu-
gene B. Elliott, state superintendent
of public instruction, and Mrs. Elliot
of Lansing.
Vice-Presidents Included
Vice-President James D. Bruce and
Mrs. Bruce, Vice-President Shirley
W. Smith and Mrs. Smith, Vice-
President Clarence S. Yoakum and
Mrs. Yoakum.
Dean Henry M. Bates and Mrs.
Bates, Dean Joseph A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Samuel
T. Dana and Mrs. Dana, Dean
Albert C. Furstenberg and Mrs.
Furstenberg, Dean Clgre E. Griffin
and Mrs. Griffin, Dean Edward H.
Kraus and Mrs. Kraus, Dean Alice
C. Lloyd, Dean ierbert C. Sadler
and Mrs. Sadler, President Charles
A. Sink and Mrs. Sink.
Assistant Dean Wilber B. Hum-
phreys and Mrs. Humphreys, Assis-
tant Dean Alfred H. Lovell and Mrs.
Lovell, Assistant Dean Charles T.
Olmstead and Mrs. Olmtead, Assist-
apt Dean Walter B. Rea and Mrs.
Rea, Assistant Dean Byrl Fox Bach-
er, Assistant Dean Jeanette Perry,
Registrar Ira M. Smith and Mrs.
Smith.
Other Patrons Named
Dr. and Mrs. William W. Bishop,
Dr. and Mrs. Russell W. Bunting, Dr.
and Mrs. Howard B. Lewis, Dr. and
Mrs. Charles A. Sink, Prof. and Mrs.
Henry C. Anderson, Prof. and Mrs.
Lewis M. Gram, Prof. and Mrs. Don-
ald M. Matthews, Prof. and Mrs. Earl
V: Moore, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wat-
kins, Miss Ethel McCormick.
Prof. and Mrs. Henry F. Adams,
Prof. and Mrs. Charles L. Jamison,
Prof. and Mrs. Walter E. Lay, Prof.
and Mrs. David E. Mattern, Prof.

Idea For Studying
ve

A bright smock has been sug-
gested as one way to alleviate a few
of those blue-book blues which will
be prominent in the next fortnight.
A clever style like the one above
with any color combinations which
appeal to your fancy would not
only lift, sagging spirits, but--it
would keep the dirt off, too.
and Mrs. Jesse S. Reeves, Dr. and
Mrs. U. Garfield Rickert, Colonel and
Mrs. Frederick C. Rogers, Prof. and
Mrs. Burke Shartel, Dr. and Mrs.
Francis B. Vedder, Prof. and Mrs.
Fielding H. Yost, Prof. and Mrs.
Leigh J. Young, Prof. and Mrs. Gail
E. Densmore, Prof. and Mrs. Ralph
W. Hammett,'Prof. Charles A. Knud-
son, Prof. and Mrs. William A. Mc-
Laughlin, Prof. and Mrs. Elmer D.
Mitchell, Prof. and Mrs. Michael S.
Pargment, Prof. and Mrs. Merwin H.
Waterman, Prof. and Mrs. Bennett
Weaver, Prof. and Mrs. Robert P.
Briggs.
Captain and Mr. Walter B. Fariss,
Prof. and Mrs. Clarence F. Kessler,
Prof. and Mrs. William C. Steere,
Miss Isabel Dudley, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert W. Frernch, Mr. and Mrs.
Abram A. James, Mr. and Mrs. John
Johnstone, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W.
Kindred, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Litzen-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Par-
don, Mr. and Mrs. Earl N. Riskey,
Mr. Charles W. Spooner.
Name More On List
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Charm of
Newark, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. R. J.

RthvSens To Honor SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
a Ca tains Sigma Alpha Iota, national music
" sorority, gave a formal musicale Wed-
For Interclubm eIS At Dinner nesday night in Detroit. The found-
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
leticTeam sgive a dinner tonight in honor of
Prof. and Mrs. John G. Winter who-
The ame ofthesixwomn cos-are leaving next month for a Euro-
en as captains of interclub basketball, pean tour. They plan to travel ex-
tensively in France and Italy.I
which will start with the beginning Ps
noufecedryesterday.byiNormawCuetes, FA V O R I
of the second semester; were an- eried by Pr. aner Aerd
nounced yesterday by Norma Curtis, eandbyPf.ndMsAad
'39, women's basketball manager. Fairbanks Wednesday night at the
League. Amcng the guests were Pres-
Betty Lyon, '39, Martha Tilli-nr, idcnt and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean and IIT
'39, Jane Dunbar, '40, Zenovia Sko- I Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Mrs. G. Carl J H
ratko, '40, Barbara McIntyre, '38, and Hue'n'r.Mhe gaOl.1
S.rIly Cannery, '40*Ed, 'were the Hue n r emtaOl.__
women chosen as captains.
Any woman interested in playing
competition basketball with the group
and who has had some experience in
the sport is asked to contact Miss
Curtis at 2-2591 before Monday noon , ordanCapture
and teams will be lined up during I
the period between semesters. Division Finals
All women graduate students in-
torested in joining the graduate wom-
en's team are asked to leave their Jordan Hall won the A division of
names at Barbour Gymnasium ac- the women's basketball tournament
c ,rding to Miss Laurie Campbell, yesterday when it defeated Zone III
who is in charge of graduate women's 26 to 17. Helen Newberry Residence I
basketball. won the B division of the tournament /
Six undergraduate teams, one fac-' by defeating Alpha Phi 35 to 30.
ulty team and probably a graduate The victorious Jordan Hall team
team are expected to be organized, was composed of Mary Culbertson,Ias
Miss Curtis said, and after a few '40, Dorothy Gardiner, '38Ed, Kath- no
practices, a round robin tournament lyn Woidka, '38Ed, Ruth Hartman,
is slated. Following this, several out- '3y Ehe W oi e , E0,u a aneArs
sid gaeswil b plyed oe wth39, Ethel Norberg, '40, and Frances sk
side games will be played, one with Sme,'7d k
Michigan State-"and 'a team will par-
ticipate in the-Play Day to be held Those playing for Zone III were
for nearby colleges at Jackson. No Alberta Royal, '40, Elizabeth Watkins,
ether games have been definitely an- I '40, Jane Dunbar, '40, Betty Arm-
nounced. strong, '40, Jane Bricham, '40, Jane
Herrick, '40, and Josephine Kift, '40.
Curry of Saginaw, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Those representing Helen New-
Ceib of Grand Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. ( berry Residence were Norma Curtis,
A. L. Gordon, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. '39, Jean McKay, '40, Anita Goldstein,
Hoffman of Glen Cove, Ill., Mr. and '38, Helen Cayia, '39, Lois Spreen,
Mrs. G. W. Jensen of Birmingham, '37, Rowena La Coste, '39, Marjorie
Mr. H. O. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Tillinghast, '39, and Ellen MacDon-
J. Lewis of Buffalo, N.Y., Mr. W. M. ald, '40.,
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peder- The members of the Alpha Phi
son of Grand Blanc,- Mr. and Mrs. K. team were Betty Lyon, '39, Ann
E. Phares of Ann Arbor, Mrs. H. W. Symthe, '37, Virginia Nimmo, '37,
Ruifrok of Saginaw, Mr. and Mrs. Jane Stoner, '38A, Mary Jane Crow-
H. H. Wiest of Detroit. ley, '38, and Nancy Stonington, '39A.
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