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Ruthven Home
To Be Opened.
For Tea Today
League Council Members
Asked To Pour At Social
Function For Students
Students will be received from 4 to
6 pn. today, by President and Mrs.:
Ruthven at their home. This will
mark the seventh in the series of
undergraduate teas.
Every year various members of the
League Undergraduate Council have
been invited to pour at one of these
teas; and today, the custom will be
continued, according to Betty Gat-
ward, '38, chairman of the League
social committee.
Students To Pour
Angelene Maliszewski, '38, chair-
man of Judiciary Council and Helen
Jesperson, '38, who is president of
Assembly, have been asked to pour.
Others who will pour are Janet Al-
lington, '38, secretary-treasurer of
the League, and Margaret Ann Ayers,
'38, one of the League vice-presidents.'
Among those sororities who are to
be honored at the tea are Alpha
Gamma Delta, Gamma Phi Beta,
Kappa Alpha Theta and Zeta Tau
Alpha. Zone VI has been invited as
well as the following fraternities: Al-
pha Kappa Lambda, Chi Phi, Kappa
Sigma, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma
Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon. All
other students of the University are
cordially invitetl to attend, Miss Gat-
ward said.
House To Be Opened
The house, including President
Ruthven's den and the conservatory
which are of special interest to stu-
dents attending, will be open. Presi-c
dent and Mrs. Ruthven will receiveu
the students in the living room, ands
tea will be served in the dining room. s
Various members of the new social
committee of the League and thoset
in the retiring committee will of- t
ficate as hostesses.g
Nine Women Join b
Education Society
Nine initiates were admitted to Pi a
Lambda Theta, honorary education t
society, in a spring initiation and c
banquet held recently, according to g
Margaret Behringer, '37Ed., corre- n
sponding secretary. The initiation c
was held in; the chapel of the League, c
followed by the banquet in the ABCs
The list of initiates includes: Phyl-A
lis Brumm, '37; Elda Saster, '37; Jean p
MacGregor, '37, Olive Griffith, '37,
Alice Mann, Grad.; Irene Morris,
Grad.; Mary Raft, '37; Elizabeth'
Roura, '37; and Helen Smithson, '37.
Marguerite Knab, '37Ed., was
awarded the annual scholarship ofo
the organization by Hazel Rich, pres-a
ident. Geil Duffendack, '37, acted asC
toastmaster for the affair.

The Most Beautiful Girl In America

Foreign Student League Titles Won Applying For '38 J.G.P. DANCE CLASS TO MEET
i B Be yB aPositions Ends Today The dancing class for advanced
Veacswlb. Today is the last day scheduled for day in the League ballroom. Th
The Betsy Barbour II bowling team petitioning for central committee po- day i te u e ballro Th
.A t State College Tt es a orI em sitions on next year's Junior Girls class will be under the instruction of
won the championship of League IIPlay, it was announced by Angelene Douglas Gregory, '39, and is one in
in the women's bowling tournament Maliszewski, .'38, head of Judiciary a series of eight which are being held
Mt. Pleasant To Be Place by defeating the Kappa Kappa Gam- Council. at the League.' Lessons for beginning
ma.ePmyeserdyTitha soreof Petition blanks are available in the and interniediate dances are also be-
ma team yesterday with a score of'
Of Meeting To Be Held 790-643.Undergraduate Office. ing given.
April 14, 15, 16 And 171 League I championship is held by
OthetiwTl 7 e Barur T team which de-4


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Twenty foreign students at the feated a team captained by Marion
University will be the guests of the Weiss, '39, last week, 746-634. The
Central State Teachers' College at two teams from Betsy Barbour will
Mt. Pleasant, April 14, 15, 16 and meet to determine the women's cham-
17, according to Prof. J. Raleigh Nel- pionship some time this week, ac-
son, counselor to foreign students, cording to Miss Dorothy Beise, in-
who will also attend. structor in mhvsical educatin.

- Associatea Press Photo
Joyce Matthews cf Denver was selected by Hollywood Dance Director
Dave Gould as the most beautiful girl in the Uhited States. Miss Mat-
thews is a vivacious, blue-eyed blonde who has just entered upon a movie
career. Exceptionally attractive, she combines the grace of a clever
dancer with acting ability. Although Miss Matthews has been in the
movies less than a year, the rise of this versatile beauty to stardom
is anticipated by Hollywood directors.
Colorful Finger- Tip coats Recall
'(;ay Late N Iineties' Box Jackets
Jiggers Feature Plaids, blue skirt, jiggers have been designed
Checks Plain Tweeds in brown-and-white and blue-and-
i white plaids. These are made with
In Bright Shades plaited backs and are excellent for
casual wear.
By HELEN CAYIA IJust theopposite from the plaid
Jiggers! the word is on everyone's jiggers are the plain tweed ones that
lips this years for someone with a are designed to be worn with plaid
clever mind has created those pop_ skirts. One of this type had no pleat
ular little jackets to wear with old in the back, but was featured by a
skirts or even with suits. When? As narrow leather belt.
soon as the buds burst out on the Feature Soft Wools
trees and everyone starts whistling- Then, too, as an extra coat when
then they will appear up and down your two-piece suit is a bit too light
the diagonal. A reincarnation from in weight, this jigger coat is just the
grandmother's time, they come as a thing. It puts an additional layer
short box coat with a plain, turned, of wool between you and those brisk
back collar, puckering at the shoul- March winds, and what an attractive
der and four or six large buttons on layer! Certainly one destined to
the double breasted front. [dress up the attire of its wearer.

Included on the program of the
visit is an international dinner, to be
held April 14, the night of their ar'-
rival. Several of the deputation will
speak at the affair. This will be
followed by a round-table conference
with members of the faculty of the
college, at which international ques-
tions will be discussed.
Plan To Visit Classes
Other plans on the program will
be the visiting of classes both at the
college and at the training school,
giving the program for the college
assembly on April 16, and being the
guests of the city school system of
Mt. Pleasant for a tour of the city
schools. Engineering students will
also have the opportunity to visit the
oil wells and refineries near the city.
This is the fourth year that a depu-
tation from Ann Arbor has been in-

Players on the Betsy Barbour II
team are Elizabeth White, '39, cap-
tain; Jean Gourlay, '37Ed; and Vir-
ginia Bensley, '39A. The Betsy Bar-
bour I team consists of Lenore John-
Sybil Swartout, '39.
Ruthven To Give
A.A.UV Dinner
President Ruthven will address the
junior branch of the American Asso-
ciation of University Women at a
dinner at 6:30 p.m. today at the

vited to spend part of spring vaca- League.
tion at Mt. Pleasant. The students Miss Miriam Highley, chairman of
will be entertained in faculty homes. the group, will introduce the speaker
Twelve Countries Represented of the evening. President Ruthven
Twelve countries are represented has chosen as his subject "The Amer-
in the list of delegates. Those who ican Saddle Horse." Horses have
will attend are: Neriman Alam, Tur- been the hobby of President Ruthven
key; Mauro Asprin, Philippine Com- since he was a small boy. ,
monwealth; Bahouth Bahouth, Pal- Miss Tresse Musil is in charge of
estine; Puran Dhariwal, India; Aris the dinner arrangements. Hostesses
Demetriades, Cyprus; Emiliano Gal- for the affair will include Miss Mil-
1o, Spain; Alexander Goloff, a Rus- dred Webber. Miss Eleanor Smith,
sian residing in Manchuria. Miss Miriam Carey, Miss Josephine
Others who will attend are Ed- Wedemeyer, Miss Hazel Spedding
ward A. Gorra, Syria; Muzaffer Har- and Mrs. Donald McLean.
unoglu, Turkey; Ibrahim Khatib, Sy- Prof. Preston W. Slosson will give
ria; Yuan Lay, China; Bilal Riza, the last of the series of lectures on
Turkey; Eliseo Rosa, Puerto Rico; current events at a meeting of the
Chang-Huan Shen, China; Felipa A.A.U.W. at 4 p.m. today in the Lydia
Silva, Cuba; Hon-Yin Szto, China; Mendelssohn Theatre.
Utah Tsao, China; Nikolay Turitzin, At today's lecture, Professor Slos-
a Russian residing in Turkey; Suvan son will speak on the treaty between
Vadhana, Siam. Italy and Yugoslavia, on recent de-
cisions of the United States Supreme
Wives Will Discuss lCourt and their implications, on the
LaGuardia-Hitler controversy, on the
Flower Show Plans sit-down strike situation and on pro-
posed changes in the Supreme Court.
Mrs. Edgar G. Johnston is in charge
"Staging a Flower Show" is to be of the series.
the topic of discussion at a meeting of
the garden section of the Faculty Ellis Will Discuss
Women's Club to be held at 3 p.m. to-Si a o
day in the home of Mrs. W. C. Trow. AustrianSituation
Mrs. E. B. Mains, chairman for
the afternoon, and Mrs. Paul A. Leidy The political situation in Austria
will lead the discussion. Both wom- will be the subject of a talk to be
en have been in Chicago this week given by Prof. Howard S. Ellis- of the
seeing flower shows, and will speak economics department at the last
about preparing exhibits for Ann Ar- graduate luncheon of this semester
bor's flower show in June. which it to b ip iv trin d i

One Ann Arbor shop shows it in One shop displays jigger coats in
beige lightweight fleece which has powder blue, raspberry and that in-
an almost imperceptible plaid pat- triguing new shade, thistle. Large
ern in the material. This same style pearl buttons adorn the double-
comes in royal blue, red earth and breasted front of this model. Here,
green. Black and white checked flan- also, are checked box-coats with little
nel with a very stiff black or white black collars which are most striking
collar distinguishing it is highly suc- when they accompany the bright
cessful. You see it in a plainer, more skirts that are adorning thewindows
evere style. And then the plaids are of every shop.
back with us, just as colorful as usual. Fuzzy and herringbone tweeds pro-
A touch of red is seen in almost every duce the kind of packets dubbed as
plaid this spring. "serviceable," but ones from which
Plaid Jackets Popular you can derive a great deal of plea-
Speaking of plaid, what can be sure. You can jerk one of these from
more effective as an extra jacket to a hook in your closet as you dash for
wear with the skirt you have worn your eight o'clock at five after and
all winter or to match that odd shade be sure it will go well with whatever
of skirt that caught your eye in the you have on.



Two sororities and one fraternity
announce the election of officers to
serve for the year 1937-38.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha, Epsilon Phi elected the fol-
lowing officers: Ruth Friedman, '38,
president, Mildred Haas, '38, vice-
president, Florence Freeman, '38,
treasurer, Beulah Jones, '39, secretary
and Irma Sykes, '38, rushing chair-
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta announces the re-
cent election of the following new of-
ficers: Jack M. Walker, '38, presi-
dent; H. Murray Campbell, '38, vice-
president; Daniel M. Belden, '39, re-
cording secretary; James A. Hollins-
head, '39, corresponding secretary;
Warren E. Emley, '38E, treasurer.
Kappa Delta
Kappa Delta recently elected the
following new officers: Francis Baker,
'39; president; Florence Rogers, '39,
vice-president; Elinor Clark, '38, sec-
retary; Elizabeth Henderson, '38,
treasurer; Cecily Forrest, '40A, assis-
tant treasurer; Mary Loughborough,
'38, editor.


window of some shop you passed?
Combined with a black or dark green
skirt, a rea and green plaid jacket
has been very smart. It is worn with
dark green suede gloves.
Another shop dresses up a somber
lack skirt with a golden beige wool
crepe jacket. Stitching all the way
around the edges, and gold or black
buttons set it off, and the wearer is
.eft the choice of wearing a narrow
black belt with it. The back, as in
nost of the new jackets, still retains
he action back so popular last year.
Seen in another window with a
grey gored skirt was a bright coral
acket, almost a flaming red. Gold
military buttons enlivened the front.

New Military Trims
In another shop large gold military
buttons embellished with eagles in-
ject the spring spirit into, a light
weight colored jacket. Wide bands
of grosgrain ribbon in a contrasting'
shade edges the colla' and the bottom
of the jacket.
In a great many of these attrac-
tive models the sleeves are large and
hang loosely from their tiny tucked
shoulders. ' A number also have the
unusual feature common in the full
length coats, of a slit in the back.
Jigger coats promise increased pop-
ularity with the return of stripes to
fashion's favor. A dark-colored coat
worn over a gayly-striped dress is ef-

Chorus Will Entertain
Music Club Convention
'he University Girls' Glee Club has
been chosen as one of the outstand-
ing choral groups in the state to sing
tomorrow at the convention of Mich-
igan Music Clubs to be held. in the
Statler Hotel in Detroit.
The club is one of a few organiza-
tions singing on the choral night pro-
gram for the convention.

s ou. e g '.ye givenw uay in e
Russian Tea Room of the League.
Professor Ellis' lecture will be the
third in the series by faculty mem-
bers discussing political conditions in
Europe. "Impressions of the Belgian
Political Situation" was the title of
the talk given by Prof. Henry M.
Kendall of the geography .depart-
ment at the luncheon three weeks
ago, and Prof. Preston W. Slosson
of the history department talked on
French politics at the following lec-



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