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April 08, 1937 - Image 5

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T H:


ocal Women
To Hold Mass
Meeting Today


For Spring

Alumnae Group Mosher Hall Gives
OfCleveland Dinner For Faculty
I Mosher Hall entertained members
To Give Awardiof the faculty at a formal dinner
given. at 6 p.m. yesterday.
The guests included Dean Alice
Special Anniversary Year' Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Wilbur R.
1Humphreys, Charles A. Sink, presi-
Gift Will Be Presented dent of the School of Music, and Mrs.
To Women Here ,Sink, Prof. #nd Mrs. Wells I. Ben-I
nett, Prof. and Mrs. Earl V. Moore.

Radio Dramatic
Tests Voices

Over Air

' Will Elect Repruesentatives
For Assembly, Activities
Head, Vice-President
A mass meeting of the Ann Arbor
' Independent Women will be held at
5 p.m. today in the Ethel Fountain
Hussey Room of the League, Florence
McConkey, '38A, president, an-
nounced yesterday.
The two women who will repre-
sent the new group in the Assembly
will, be elected at the meeting, as will
the vice-president and the woman
who will be in charge of activities
for the organization, Miss McConkey
To Make Booth Plans
Plans for the booth which the
group will sponsor at the Michigras
will also be discussed. Dorothy Novy,
'38, is in charge of the booth which
will feature the selling of carmel
corn and pop corn. Miss Novy is the
treasurer of the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendent Women.
All members of the organization
who have not already,.volunteered to
act as hostesses for the Michigras
will be encouraged to do so by Hilda
Van Tuyl, '40, and Barbara Summers,
'40, who are in charge of the host-
ess committee for this particular
group, Miss McConkey said. She
added that a considerable number
had already expressed the desire to
act in this capacity.
Will Adopt Insignia
An insignia, to stand for the or-
ganisation in the future, will be voted
upon} for adoption at the meeting,
Miss McConkey stated. The new in-
signia, if adopted, will be incorporat-
3d into the design for the booth at
the Michigras. Designs have been
drawn up by various women in the
College of Architecture and these will
be voted upon at the meeting, the
most popular being adopted as the
official emblem of the group.
The Ann Arbor Independent Wom-
en is a new organization made up of
University women living in Ann Ar-
bor and interested in extracurricular
activities. Its purpose is to aid the
women living in private homes to
take a more prominent part in cam-
,pus activities, according to Miss Mc-
Dinner Dance
At Union Ends
Faculty Series
Two hundred and fifty guests at-
tended the 'large dinner dance -held
at the Union last night, the last in
the series of five Faculty Alumni
dances of the season.
Various members of the faculty
were hosts at the different tables. At
one table were Dr. and Mrs. Howard
J. Ross, Mrs. Ross in black and white
printed satin; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Fred-
erick C. Rogers; Dr. and Mrs. Theo-
phile Klingman; Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
lett Ramsdell and Dr. and Mrs. Carl-
ton Peirce. Mrs. Klingman wore a
starched navy blue marquisette gown.
In another group were Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Lofft, of Milan; Dr.
and Mrs. Carl Frye; Mr. W. H. Den-
ham and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Lasky. ,
The tables were decorated with in-
Aividual roses in bud vases.
Following the dinners, guests as-
sembled in the ballroom where they
danced under the colored lights to the
strains of Bob Steinle's orchestra.
Prof. and Mrs. G. M. Ehlers were on
the dance floor, Mrs. Ehlers in a
white satin gown with the straps
gathered into bows on the shoulders.
Among, the other dancers were Dr.
and Mrs. Alfred H. Stockard, Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. Powers, Mrs. Powers in
green; Dr. and Mrs. Laurence Pruess.,
Mrs. Preuss wore a white satin with'
long sleeved jacket.
Dean Wilbur Humphreys attended

with Mrs. Humphreys. Dr. and Mrs.
Howard Y. McClusky were among the
guests as were Prof. and Mrs. Pres-
ton James. Mrs. James chose a black
backless gown, trimmed around the
hem with bands of gold.


Omega Upsilon, radio dramatic
sorority, met at 7:30 p.m. yesterday
at Morris Hall to read plays over the
microphone for the purpose of testing
their voices.
Recently initiated into the sorority
were Madelyn Appel, '37, Jane Chris-
ty, '37, Helen Jesperson, '38, Margery
Lehner, '39, Roberta Melin, '38, Lil-
lian Platte, '38, Mary Rall, '39, Mar-
garet Robertson, Grad., and Kather-
ine Mtoll,'7

Tomorrow is the last Gay for fresh- Mrs. Hampton's Famous
man, sophomore and junior women, CHICKEN
both affiliated and non-affiliated, to SOUTHERN FRIED
aply for the $100 Panhellenc scho- Served Every Sunday from 12:30 - 2:30
according to Betty Anne MRS. HAMPTON'S TEA ROOM
Beebe, '37, chairman of the' commit- 605 Forest Phone 2-3836
tee on awards.

This spring style, which is suit-
able for afternoon or informal eve-
ning. wear, features a large print
on a dark background. The high,
gathered neckline and short, full
sleeves, giving a broad shouldered
effect, are unusually flattering. The
dress has a full skirt and a narrow
sash tied in a bow in front.
Ruthvens Open
Home For 7th
Tea Yesterday
The seventh in the series of Under-
graduate Teas was held from 4 to 6
p.m., yesterday, at the home of Pres-
ident and Mrs. Ruthven.
Margaret Ann Ayers, '38, one of
the League vice-presidents, poured
tea during the earlier part of the
afternoon. Several members of Gam-
ma Phi Beta attended, among whom
were Dorothy ┬░Rupper, '38Ed., Jane
Lord, '39, Mary Lou Johns, '37, Shirl
Crosman, '38, Mary McNeil, '39, HeleIf
Owstan, '39, and Roberta Chissus,
In the library, Mary Johnson, '38,
Mary McClure, '39Ed., Grace Lam-
brecht, '39, and Elizabeth Riddell,
'39, stopped to talk with Roberta
Leete, '40, and Elaine Jacobs, '40.
Later in the afternoon, Helen Jes-
person, '38, president of Assembly,
took her turn at the tea table which
was attractively decorated with a
large bouquet of yellow roses and
sweet peas. Robert Canning, '39, and
Roswell Curtis, '37, both Chi Phi's,
were seen waiting in the line at the
tea table.
Among the Phi Gamma Delta's
who attended were Charles Darling,
'38, John Hulbert, '40, John McFate,
'38, Glen Morse, '38E, and John ,
Thom, '38. Robert Magee, '37E, and
Jarvis Dean, '37, both Alpha Kappa
Lambda's, also attended.
Delta Sigma Delta fraternity an-1
-nounces the pledging of Hugh Rob-
erts, '39, Utica, N.Y., and John Tread-
way, '38E. Ann Arbor.
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority announces
the pledging of Dorothy Cox, '40, of
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A scholarship of $75 to $100 will
be given to a Cleveland University
woman by the Cleveland Alumnae
Group, according to Mrs. Lucille B.
Conger, executive alumnae secretary
of the League.
The award will be presented to the
affiliated or non-affiliated woman,
now a member of the University,
on the basis of scholarship and need,
Mrs. Conger said. It will be avail-
able for the school year of 1937-
Applications are to be mailed to
the chairman of the scholarship com-
mittee of the Cleveland Alumnae
Group, Miss Marguerite Rochat, 1481
East Boulevard, Cleveland, 0. All ap-
plications must be entered before
M~ay 15, Mrs. Conger added.
This is the first time the group
has sponsored a scholarship, Mrs.
Conger stated, adding that this year,
as a particular gift for the anniver-
sary year of the University, the group
has decided to award a scholarship
to the Cleveland woman with thei
highest scholastic record during her
years in the University.
For particulars concerning the
scholarship, all women interested in
applying may see Mrs. Conger at the
fGlee Club To Sing
The program, to be presented by
the University Girls' Glee Club to the
Michigan Federation of Music Clubs
today at the choral night of their
centennial convention in Detroit, was i
announced yesterday by Mary Morri-;
son, '38SM, president of the glee club.t
Herbert's "Italian Street Song,"
Bach's "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring,"
Davies' "Lullaby from Midsummer
Night's Dream," "Rantin' Rovin'
Robin," a Scotch folk song arranged
by Deems Taylor, "Celtic Lullaby" an
Irish folk song arranged by Robert-
son, Sibelius's "Finlandia," "The
Sleigh," by Konntz and an arrange-
ment for women's voices of "Laudes
Atque Carmina" will make, up the
program. Mari Jane, Dennse, '38SM,
will sing the solo part in "Finlandia"
and "Italian Street Song," and Sara
Morrison, '40SM, will sing the solo in
"Lullaby from Midsummer Night's
The four day convention, which is
being held in the Hotel Statler, De-
troit, has chosen the University Girls'
Glee Club as one of the outstanding
choral groups to sing as part of its
choral night program. Wilmot Pratt
will direct.
New Officers Chosen
For Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Alpha Iota, national music
sorority, recently elected the follow-
ing officers for the coming year: Mrs.
A. F. Hutzel, president; Mrs. Ben-
jamin Bailey, vice-president; Mrs.
Neil Staebler, recording secretary;
Mrs. Vincent Johnson, corresponding l
secretary; Miss Helen Snyder, editor,
and Miss Thelma Newell, treasurer.

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Stanley. ______--________
Mrs. Fredrick G. Ray, Miss Maxine
Boone and Miss Jean Keller assisted SIGMA PHI EPSILON
by Mary Andrew, '37, Margaret Feir- Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
ries, '38, Helen Jesperson, '38, Joanne ( pledging of George Compter, '38E,
Kimmell, '38, Angelene Maliszewski, New York, N.Y., George Swartz, '40E,
'38, and Ruth Sandusky, '37, received Mt. Lebanon. Pa., and Edward Weiss,
the guests. 39E, Chelsea.
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Hostess Heads
For Michigras
Are Announcedi
Mary Jane Mueller, '38, Ed., chair-
man of the Michigras hostess com-
mittee, has:announced her committee
to select 500 women for the dance
to be given in conjunction with the
Michigras, to be held April 23 and
24 in the Intramural Building.
Ruth Carr, '38Ed, is in charge of
women from various dormitories,
Barbara Teall, '39, was chosen to
contact the sorority women, Florence
McConkey, '38A, is in charge Qf Ann I
Arbor women, and Mary Redden,
'38Ed, will take care of the various
zones. Each women has selected
numerous assistants to aid in so-
liciting the service of a large num-
ber of campus women.
The dance is expected to bring a
large share of the profit of the Mich-
igras. The 'orchestra has not yet
been selected. Hostess badges will
be available for all women who as-
sist either Friday or Saturday night.
The dance will be informal and all
women are asked to wear street

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