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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W.A.A. Board

'King Of The Airwaves'

Engagements,
Two Weddings

Prosperity Is Around Corner
For A rchitects, Bennett Says

Meeting Opens
Spring Season
Plan Baseball And Archery1
Tournaments; T e n n is
And Golf Discussed
The spring season of women's ath-
letics officially opened yesterday at a
meeting of the house athletic man-
agers when plans for the outdoor
sports were announced.
A women's intramural baseball
tournament was announced by Mar-
tha Tillman, '39, baseball manager.
Games are to be played at 4:15 p.m.
or 5 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays or Thursdays. The
games are to be three innings long
and will be played on three 45-foot
diamonds. At least six and not more
t'au nine players constitute a team.
General rules and definitions of
terms were given.
Two Tournaments Scheduled
Archery, which is a sport having
club organization, will have both a
club and an all campus tournament,
Ruth Carr, '38 Ed., archery manager
announced. The archery club is
composed of both beginners and ex-
perienced archers. All those interest-
ed are asked to join and the first'
meeting will take place Wednesday,
April 29 at the W.A.A. Building.
Qualifying scores must be handed in
for entry in the all campus tourna-
mnent.
Tryouts for Crop and Saddle,
Women's riding club, will probably
be held within the next two weeks,
Dorothy White, '38, president said.
Weekly rides are held on Thursday
evenings and a horse show will be
given in May by club members and
other students interested in riding.
An open golf tournament will be
held, for which qualifying scores on
18 holes of the University course must
be turned in for entry by April 30.
at the W.A.A. Building. Players who
were in the fall tournament do not
need to requalify if they wish their
fall score to stand. Marjorie Merken,
'39, is manager of golf.
Open Tournaments
Open tournaments in women's
singles, women's doubles and mixed
doubles will be played in tennis. All
those wishing to participate must
sign up by April 23 on the bulletin
board at the W.A.A. Building and
the tournaments will be posted April
26. As a tentative date for meetings
of the tennis club, 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
days was set by Margaret Waterston,
'38, tennis manager.
The dance club will meet at 7:15
p.m. Wednesdays, according to Beat-
rice Lovejoy, '38A, who is in charge
of the dancing,
Non-Affiliates'
Groups Urged
By Convention
The fact that numerous co-educa-
tional institutions in the country
have social sororities for non-affiliat-
-d women was revealed at the bien-
nial convention of the Intercollegiate
Association of Women Students held
March 31 to April 1 at the University
f Southern California at Berkeley.
The sororities have their own pins
and give social functions. Nominal
dues are charged and although they
have no houses, rooms in university
buildings are reserved for their use.
The convention advocated these
groups as important in the encour-
agement of non-affiliates to enter
into extra-curricular activities.
It was decided to hold next year's
regional meeting at Michigan State
College in East Lansing and the
next national convention will be held

at the University of Kansas at Law-
rence.
The Michigan representatives were
Charlotte Rueger, '37, Maryanna
Chockley, '37, and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the
League. Miss Rueger was made
chairman of the resolutions commit-
tee for the convention.
Society To Initiate
19 Women Today
Nineteen women will be initiated
by Senior Society, senior honorary
group for non-affiliated women, at
5 p.m. tomorrow in the League
chapel.
The ceremony will be followed at
6:15 p.m. by a banquet at which Miss
Marie Hartwig of the physical edu-
cation department will speak.
Those to be initiated are Elizabeth
Ayres, Helen Jane Barr, Ruth
Bertsch, Helen Douglas, Margaret
Ferries, Janet Groft, Janet Karlson,
Sally Kenny, Joanne Kimmell, Berta
Knudson, Nancy Kover, Barbara Lov-
ell, Angelene Maliszewski, Florence
McConkey, Margaret Myers, Dorothy
Novy, Mary Redden, Miriam Sanders
and Marie Sawyer.

Are Announced' By ELLEN CUTIIBERT worthy of mention, the interior dec-
Prosperity has come around the orating department of the art school
Three Couples Will Wed corner, bringing the beginning of a believes. Koshy, who is an East In-
Building boom with it, and until the dia n, has been given a contract to
j Soon; Two Marriages universities can produce more de- design the interiors and furniture
:Wsigners there will be a shortage, ac- for a new palace being built for the
_e ____Saturdaycording to Prof. Wells Bennett, direc- Marajah of Madras, a province in
tor of the school of architecture. southern India. The department re-
The engagement of Mary Louise The building industry is one of the ports that the position will probably
Hills, former graduate student here, first to feel economic adversity, and keep him busy for the rest of his
to Clement A. Penrose, Jr., son of few houses are built during such a life.
Mrs. Christian H. Heckler, of Detroit, period, he said, with the result that Women Are Placed
the demand for architects decreases, Women who are interested in art
was announced Saturday at a lunch- and therefore there are fewer of work may become decorative design-
eon in the bride-elect's home in them. During the recent depression ers (interior decorators), go into ad-
Bloomfield Hills. Miss Hills is the years, Professor Bennett stated, there vertising work for commercial ad-
daughter of Dr. Herbert H. Hills. has been a decrease in the number of vertising firms, or-get married. One
A graduate of the Emma Willard architects enrollea in the University, woman graduate of June has re-
School and Smith College, she be- and even as recently as last year ported her marriage, and several
came affiliated with Kappa Alpha I there was a relatively small grad- have announced their acceptance of
STheta here in 1935. Mr. Penrose is uating class. positions.
ea graduate of the University.. Increasiing Enrollment Genevieve Hafner is working with
The wedding will take place early However, this year's story is a dif- the Caswell Electric Company; Mar-
in the summer. ferent one. There has been a 30 tha Wheeler is in Grand Rapids de-
Rich Whitehead Wed per cent increase in the enrollment signing advertisements for a news-
iWof the entire college, and moreover paper; Dorothy Cowles has a posi-
The marriage of Elizabeth Drake there are positions open now which' tion at the Detroit Mantle and Tile
Whitehead, daughter of Prof. Joseph cannot be filled. This will probably Company; Ruth Clark it in the drap-
H. Drake of the Law School, and be the situation for several years, at ery department at Hudson's in De-
Harold Perrine Rich, son of Mr. and least until the supply of graduating troit.
Mrs. G. Barrett Rich, of Buffalo, was architects returns to its normal size. Althea Minkley is doing advertis-
solemnized at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at The school does not know where all ing work for Tuttle and Clark, De-
the home of Mrs. Joseph J. Walser in of its 37 graduates of last June are troit, and for the Hawkins Advertis-
Barton Hills. The Rev. G.- Barrett at present, but it is sure that none of ing Company in Ann Arbor; and
Rich, III, of Cincinnati, and the Rev. them are idle. A number of reports Lucy Cope has a position as an in-

Reggie Childs and his orchestra
will play here for the University
students at the tenth annual Mil-
itary Ball, sponsored by R.O.T.C.
Militar~yBall's
Ticket Sell-Out
s Announced
A complete sell-out of tickets fo

the annual Military Ball, to be held Henry Lewis of St. Andrews Epis-
from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, April copal Church performed the cere-
30 at the Union, has been announced mony.
by Carl Abbott, '37E, ticket chairman. Following a motor trip through
Persons who have reserved tickets the Carolinas, Mr. and Mrs. Rich
are urged to get them as soon as will be at home in Buffalo.
possible, Abbott said. i Margaret Pulfrey To Marry
Reggie Childs and his nationally Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Pulfrey of Ann
known \.B.C. orchestra will make Arbor announce the approaching
his first appearance in Ann Arbor marriage of their daughter, Mar-
at the dance which is being given by ga ret, to Albert Gould Baker, of De-
members of the R.O.T.C. I troit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Childs who is known as the "King Baker of Toledo. The wedding is to
of the Airwaves," comes to campus take place ri June. Both attended
from the Commodore Perry Hotel the University.
in Toledo where he has been cur- Josephine Louise Davidson, daugh-
rently featured. The band, which ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Davidson
specializes in syncopated swing mu- :f Pontiac and Robert D. Heitsch, Jr.,
sic, has played at the Sky Club, Pitts- scn of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.
burgh, the Essex House, Newark, j Heitsch were married Saturday in
and the Hotel Roosevelt in New York, Saint Vincent de Paul Church in
since it started at the San Diego Pontiac with the Rev. Charles W.
Country Club on the Pacific Coast. Eeath officiating.
Following the wedding a reception
was given at the Rotunda Inn on
Alumnae Pri ze Pne Lake. The couple will make
their home in Pontiac. Mr. Heitsch
Drvwas graduated from the University of
'Contesve ichigan where he was a member of
the Hermitage fraternity.
To Start Today MrEngagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Shutt of De-

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have been received from graduates terior decorato
who are busy now. Charles Stocking, Va. The last of
who was art editor of the Michigan- is doing decora
ensian last year, is a designer with an architectur
the Formica Insulation Company in which specializ
Detroit, where he has had a recent
advancement and Francis Bennett is
an architect with the Detroit Edison W om ei
Company. Paul Brown, Robert Mor-
ris, Paul Gorman, Erol Clark, and To Gi
John Koch are designers with De- 1
troit architects. Mr. Gorman is con-
nected with an architectural firm
specializing in church work. Pro
Richard Pollman and Richard
Stickney are engaged in building The annual
work with residential builders. Fred- guest day wil
erick Graham and Frank Cochrane by the Womer
have positions with Alden Dow, a in the League.
modernist architect in Midland. Don- Mrs. Richar
ald Bryant is working with a Port and directorc
Huron architect, and George Narovec chorus has an
is in Chicago with a group doing gen- Mrs. William
eral design. Hubert Van Dougen has will open the
returned to Muskegon, his home city, Angelus" by R
where he also is engaged in archi- Debussy.
tectural work. Mrs. George
William Combe, who is with the Lang's "On ar
J. Walter Thompson advertising and "My Mott
agency in Chicago, Ill., was with an Hair." Miss
advertising agency in Seattle, Wash. companist, wil
before starting his present work. Palmgren an
Robert Taft is in the color research Dance" by
department of General Motors, in Johnson will d
Detroit. Although he graduated in panied by he
1935, John Koshy has a position Johnson.

or in Charleston, W.
the list, Marcella Orr,
tive design work with
re firm in Lansing
es in schools.
n's Club
.ve Music
gram Here
spring musical and
1 be celebrated today
n's Club of Ann Arbor
.d D. Reekie, chairman
of the Women's Club
nounced the program.
0. Champion, harpist,
musicale with "The
eemie and "Prelude" by
e D. Gill will sing
n April Apple Bough"
;her Bids Me Bind My
Evelyn Hawley, ac-
1 play "May Night" by
nd "Spanish Gypsy
Mowrey. Margarita
do a toe dance accom-
r mother, Mrs. L. J.
Marie Gantner of Day-
pecial student in the
sic will give a violin
omposed of Mrs. Fred-
rs. U. G. Rickert and
Morrison will sing
by Brahms.
D. Gardner will con-
ram by singing "Lulla-
nd "Mighty Lak a Rose"

Alumnae Scholarship Will
Receive Proceeds; Other
Prizes Made Known
Tickets for the Michigan Alumnae
Club contest to be held May 20 at the
League will go on sale today, accord-
ing to Mrs. Walter Maddock, chair-
man of the publicity committee. The!
proceeds of the project will go to
augment the club's scholarship fund.
The chest of linens, which is to be
the first prize, is to be on display in
the concourse of the League all this
week. Tickets will be for sale there,
according toMrs. Clarence Skinner,
who is in charge of the ticket comn-

troit announce the engagement of'
their daughter, Dorothy E., '37, to
Robert H. Trimby, '38M, son of Mrs
L. C. Trimby of Highland Park. The
date of the wedding has not been
decided.
Miss Shutt is affiliated with Alpha
Chi Omega sol'ority and Mr. Trimby
with Chi Phi and Alpha Kappa
Kappa fraternities.
f ,e
InterviewingI
Begins Today
For '38 J.G.P.

Mortarboard

Sets

Date For Initiation
Mortarboard will hold initiation
for 16 recently elected women at 8
).m. Sunday in the League.
Those who will be initiated are
Janet Allington, Elizabeth Baxter,
Barbara Bradfield, Margaret Curry,
Betty Gatward, Hope Hartwig, Mary
Johnson, Sally Kenny, Berta Knud-
son, Barbara Lovell, Florence Mc-
Zonkey, Roberta Melin, Mary Jane
Mueller. Miriam Sanders, Marie Saw-
yer and Betty Whitney.

Miss Anna A
ton, O., a sr
School of Mu
solo. A trio ci
erick East, Mi
Mrs. William
"Weigenlied" b
Mrs. Octave
elude the prog
by" by Wild an
by Bliss.

mittee. Judiciary Council will interview all
It has been recently announced applicants for central committee po-
that there will be second and third sitions on next year's Junior Girls
prizes, instead of the one which was Play from 3 to 5:30 p.m. today and
originally planned. A drawnwork from 3 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in the Un-
luncheon set will be the second prize, dergraduate Office of the League, ac-
and a blanket will be offered for the cording to Angelene Maliszewski, '37,
person who is third. head of the Council.
Mrs. Clarence Skinner's committee No woman will be considered for a
which will have charge of the ticket chairmanship position who has not
sale, has been announced. Mrs. Earl been interviewed, Miss Maliszewski
Wolaver and Mrs. Nathan Potter will said. The positions are those of gen-
be members of the general committee eral chairman, assistant chairmar
and a group of women with special and heads of the properties, publicity.
territories to cover has been appoint- usher, music, dance, program, cos-
ed. tume, patrons and finance commit-
Miss Margaret Hiscock is in charge E tees.
of distribution of tickets in dormi- Times for petitioning for member-
tories and league houses, Mrs. Earl V. ship in the various committees will
Moore, the School of Music, Miss be announced later. No interviewing
Dorothy Patten, public schools, Miss is necessary for these offices, accord-
Ann Mitchell, fraternities, the Union ing to Miss Maliszewski.
and the Law Club, Mrs. Leigh Young, The central committee will choose
buiness clubs and Mrs. Clayton Ste- the theme of the 1938 presentation
vens, business houses, banks and of- and work out details of the produc-
fices. Miss Connie Giefel " and Mrs. tion. It is to select the script, the
Arthur Moehlman will have charge music and the songs for the play.
of sororities and the University re- Those who are chosen by Judiciary

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spectively. Mrs. Norman Miller has
charge of the sale in the University
Hospital and Mrs. Hugh Beebe in
St. Joseph's Hospital.
Betsy Barbour I Wins
Bowling Tournamentj
The Betsy Barbour I bowling team
won the women's bowling tourna-
ment from the Betsy Barbour II
team, 734 to 677, in a match played
yesterday at the Women's Athletic
Building.

Council as best suited for the posi-
tions will be recommended to the Un-
dergraduate Council for final ap-
proval. Announcement will be made
next month of those appointed to the
positions.
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See the "Queen Mary" Lace Hose
Now on Display.
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

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