TLE MICHIGAN DAILY
List Of Patrons
Of Militar y Ball.
Anua1 D+Dnce To Be Hed
At Union Soon; Name
Patrons and patronesses for the
annual Military Ball to be given from
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, April 30, at
thne Union were announced by John.
R. Gustafson, general chairman.
They annual. affair will feature
Reggie Childs' band. The grand
march will pass under a sabre arch
formed -by members of Scabbard and
Blade. New members will be in-
itiated .into this society in a cere-
mony which will take, place just be-
fore the grand march.
The list includes the following,:
Governor Frank W. Murphy, Profes-
sor and Mrs. Walter C. Sadler; Re-
gent and Mrs. Junius E. Beal; Re-
gent and Mrs. Franklin M. Cook; Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy V. Cram; Regent and
Mrs.. David .H..Crowley; Regent and.
Mrs. Charles F. Hemans; Regent and
Mrs. James 0. Murfin; Regent. and
Mrs. Richard R. Smith; Regent and
Mrs. Ralph Stone; President and
Mrs. Ruthven; Vice-President and
Mrs. James D. Bruce; Vice-President
and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith; Vice-
President and Mrs. Clarence S. Yoa-
Deans Are Asked
Dean and Mrs. ilenry M. Bates;
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley;
Dean, and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana;
Dean and Mrs. James B. Edmonson;
Dean and Mrs. Albert C. Fursten-
berg; Dean and Mrs. Clare E.. Griffin;
Dean and .Mrs. Edward H. Kraus;
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley; Dean
Alice C. Lloyd; Dean and Mrs. Her-
bert C. Sadler; Dr. and Mrs..Russell
W. Bunting; Prof. and Mrs. Wells I.
Bennett; Dr and Mrs. William W.
Bishop. President and Mrs. Charles
Asst. Dean and Mrs. Wilber R.
Humphreys; Asst. Dean and Mrs. Al-
fred H. Lovell; Asst. Dean and Mrs.-
Peter . Okkelberg; Asst Dean and
Mrs. Charles T.bOlmsted; Asst. Dean
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea; Dr. and
Mrs. Frederick .G. Novy; Dr. H. Mar-
vin Pollard; Colonel and Mrs. Fred-
erick A. Coller, Prof. Henry C. An-
derson; Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M..
Patron. List Is Given
Prof. and Mrs. Philip E. Bursley;
Prof. and Mrs. Peter Field; Lieuten-
ant and Mrs. Preston E. James; Ma-
jor and Mrs. Carleton B. Peirce; Prof.
and Mrs. Rene Talamon; Colonel and
Mrs. Alfred H. White; Lieutenant-
Colonel and Mrs. Frederick C. Rog-
ers; Major and Mrs. Rosswell E.
Hardy; Major and Mrs. Peter K.
Kelly; Major and Mrs. Tattnall D.
Captain and Mrs. Walter B. Fariss;
Captain and Mrs. Olin F. McIllnay;
Captain and Mrs. Merton G. Wal-
lington; Lieutenant and Mrs.. Ben-
jamin R. Wimer; Prof. and Mrs. Ar-
thur E. R. Boak; Major and Mrs. John
C. Brier; Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Campbell; Prof. and Mrs. Edwin C.
Goddard; Prof. Moses Gomberg and
Miss Gomberg; Prof. and Mrs. Jo-
seph R. Hayden; Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Hobbs.
Major and Mrs. Reuben L. Kahn;
Major and Mrs. Herbert A. Kenyon;
Prof. and Mrs. Paul A. Leidy; Major
and Mrs. Ferdinand N. Menefee; Col-
Checked Suits Poplar
A tiim checked suit is both smart
a'n4 practical for spring days on
campus, Worn with a variety of
sweaters, blouses and scarves it
gives the wearer an air of casual
Patrons and patronesses for the
1937 'Juniors onParade," which will
open tonight in the: Lydia.Mendels-
sohn Theatre, were announced yes-
terday for the dance revue- which is
sponsored by the King's Daughters.
Anaong the patrons and, patron-
esses of the benefit revue, the .pr~o-
ceeds of which are used to mairnt -
two teachers in the school fort c-t
dren at the University Hospital, are
many members of thie. faculty. Amonag.
them are Dean and. Mrs. James B
Edmonson, Dean and Mrs. A. .0. Fur.-
stenberg, Dean and Mrs. Clarene S.
Yoakum, Prof. and Mrs. Edward L.,
Adams,. Prof. and Mrs. Walter Bad--.
ger and Prof. and Mrs. George E.
Other faculty members who have
been invited to serve as patrons. and
patronesses are Prof. and Mrs. W. B
Ford, Prof. and Mrs. Walter F. Hunt,
Prof. and Mrs. Russell C.. Hussey,
Prof. and Mrs. Richard H. Kingry,
Prof. and Mrs. Hugh E. Keeler, prof.
and Mrs. Axel :Main and Prof. and
Mrs. Frank A. Mickle, Prof. and Mrs.
George R. Moore, .Prof. and Mrs.
Frederick Novy, Prof. and Mrs. Max
M. Peet and Dr. Harley Haynes will
also be patrons and patronesses.
onel and Mrs. Henry W. Miller; Dr.
Frank E. Robbins; Prof. andMrs. E.
Blythe Stason; Prof. and Mrs. Or-
lando W. Stephenson; Captain and
Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping; Colonel
and Mrs., Albert E. White; Mjor
.and Mrs. John S. Worley.
Prof. and Mrs. Fielding H .Yost;
Prof. and. Mrs. Leigh J. Young ; Mr-
and Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins; aMr.
and Mrs. Harry G. Kipke; Miss Ethel
A. McCormick; Dr. and Mrs. Warren
E. Forsythe; Dr. Margaret Bell; Dr
William Brace; Dr. and Mrs. Jerome
W Conn; Dr. George A. May; Dr
and Mrs. Maurice R. McGarvey; Dr.
and Mrs. Nelson MI.Smith.
To 46 Women
Will Give League Points
For Sport Participation;
System. Is Revised
Forty-six women have earned the
privilege of buying an "M" scarf,
through two. seasons of participa-
tion.in WA.A..sports, Norma Curtis,
39 awards chairman, announced re-
Those winning the award are Bet-
ty Anne.:Beebe, '37, Virginia Dona-
hue, '38, Edith . Frederick, '37, Adele
Gardner, '37, Martha Bragg, '38,
Jean Gourlay, '37Ed, Grace Gray,
'37, HopeHartwig, '38, Helene Kipf,
'37Ed, Janet Lambert, '37, Kate
Eileen Lay, '37, Deborah Leonard,
'38, Louise Lockeman, '37Ed, Beatrice
Lovejoy, '38A,-Irene Lyons '37, Helen
Harp, '39E, Marguerite Merkel, '37,
Florence Muyskens, Grad, Jane O'-
Ferrall, '37, Thelma 'Peterson, '37E
Mary Potter, '37, Nancy Quirk, '37.
Names Are Given
Mary Redden, '38Ed Dorice Rob-
bins, '38, Helen Shapland, '37A, Lois
Spreen, '37, Sally Thompson, '37,
Martha Tilman, '39, Beth Turn-
bull, '37, Katherine Johnston, '38,
Merida Hobart, '38, Elizabeth White
'39, Barbara Eppstein, '39, Elinor
Virginia Hunt, Spec.SM, Margaret
Waterston, '38, Doris Staebler, '37,
Florence Dyer, '40, Mary Richard-
son, '40Ed, Frances Anderson, '4Ed,
Miss Curtis, Sally Orr, '40, Dorothy
White, '38, Sally Connery, '4Ed, and
'Marion Marsh, '39.
A new, system of entering W.A.A.
sports by seasons is now being used
and.the emphasis is placed on par-
ticipation and interest. It is up to
the women who are taking part in
.the sports to see that their atten-
dance is recorded. For taking part
in. other than club organizations or
an organized tournament women
must. fill out a participation slip,
posted on the bulletin boards at Bar-
bour Gymnasium and the W.A.A.
Building, which should be- placed in
'the W.A.A. box.
Leage Points Given
On the basis of 12 periods of par-
-ticipation per season, one League
point .will be given for each season,
and for. two . seasons the individual
is. presented with a W.A.A. privilege
card which enables the owner to buy
an ' scarf.
Any woman, who has not yet re-
ceived .thiscard may get it from Miss
Curtis. from 3 :30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
this afternoon in the W.A.A. office
In the W.A.A. building or from 4:30
pogn. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 27. Any-
one. who has any questions. about the
awards may see Miss Curtis at these
Three Games Open
The baseball tournament spon-
sored by the Women's Athletic As-
sociation began yesterday afternoon
when the first three games were
played at Palmer Field.
Betsy Barbour defeated Delta
Gamma by a score of five to one in
the first game. Zone VI was defeated
19 to 12 by Collegiate Sorosis. The
score of the Kappa Kappa:Gamma
vs. Alpha Delta Pi game was 26 to
7 in favor of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
The winners of these three games
are now in the Class A Division of
the tournament, and the losers are
in the Class B:Division.
Mary Johns Discloses
Betrothal Plans At Tea
Growing Pains' Of University
Described In Bulletin Of 1904
During the "growing pains" of the tween ladies and gentlemen every-
University, much discussion was lev- where, and it rarely occurs to a Uni-
elled at the comparative advantages versity faculty member or student
of establishing the University in a
large city or small town.
In addition to the best offer of the'
residents of Ann Arbor, a University
bulletin of the year 1904, in crystal-.
lizing/ various arguments of this con-
ti oversy, points out that every bene-
fit which a large city can offer is
furnished in Ann Arbor with the
single exception of numerous the-
atres "which are at least as liable to
prove a distraction as a benefit."
The little University Bulletin of
1904 makes one realize the sharp con-
trast in opportunities offered to the
student then and now. The number
of schools has almost doubled in the
past two decades, for there are 13
schools at present while at that time
the University boasted only 7 dis-
tinct departments. The department
of Literature, Science and the Arts
is the oldest. The bulletin states that
"There is professional value in many
subjects studied in this department.
The prospective teacher finds not
only the subject he will teach, but
instruction in how to teach it. The
University of Michigan was the first
to establish a professorship in the
science and the art of teaching. The
faculty of Pedagogy now numbers
There were just as many student
publications during 1904 as can be
found at the present time. The
Michiganensian, annual record, The.
Technic, engineering annual, and
The Michigan Daily, every day but
Monday, were well established by
that, time. The Inlander took the.
place of Contemporary, and The
Wrinkle, humorous semi-monthly
magazine, was published in place of
Activities Were Many
Almost as many social and extra-
curricular groups were occupying the
students extra time then as now. The
University Band, University Glee
Club, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs,
Democratic Club, Republican Club,
Masonic Club and Prohibition Club,
are only a few of the long list of
activities. Michigamua and Vulcans
also held their regular meetings and
startled the town with wierd initia-
There was no beautiful League
building for women in 1904; but the
women carried on all their activities
in the then new Barbour Gymnasium.
It was open for any University func-
tion, such as class or organization
socials or hops. According to the
booklet, "The Womens' Dean is al-
ways present at these gatherings and
the closing hour is fixed at twelve,
o'clock." The relations between the
Dean and the students, then as now,
were close and friendly.
Faculty Attitude Changed
In the 30 years that had passed
since the first women were admitted
in '71, a profound change had come
over the faculty in their attitude
toward women. From their dubious
stand at the beginning they had
come to the point where they stated,
"The two sexes meet on the same
terms of courtesy that obtain be-
that there is any such thing as the
problem of co-education."
Perhaps the greatest difference was
in the expenses of these early stu-
dents as compared with present day
costs. The average cost in 1904 was
estimated at $370 per year for fees,
board and room, clothing, books and
all expenses. Board ordinarily ran
from $2 to $3.50 per week, with an
average of from $2.50 to $3. Accord-
ing to the bulletin "Furnished rooms
vary in cost from $.50 to $2.50 for
Recent activities of sororities and
fraternities include pledgings, and
initiation. Officers were also chosen
by several houses for next year.
Delta Theta Phi
Delta Theta Phi announces the
pledging of William Randall, '39L,'
Columbus, 0.; William Blazeh, '39L,
Bedford, 0.; Theodore Thorward,
'39L, Cleveland, 0.; Craig Berke, '39L,
Brookings, S. D.; John Currie, '39L,
Midland; Carl Beckwith, '39L, De-
troit; William Thorsness, '39L, Chi-
cago and James Stoudt, '39L, Read-
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi .Sigma Kappa fraternity an-
nounces the pledging of Hadley J.
Smith, '40E, of Royal Oak, and John
E. Maytham, '40, of Port-Dover, On-
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma announces its
officers for the yeas" 1937-38. The
new president is Betty Fromm, '39,
vice-president, Helen Rose, '38, sec-
retary, Harriet Todolsky, '38, treas-
urer, Betty Steinhart, '39, and his-
torian, Frieda Halbert, '39.
Sigma Nu fraternity announces the
recent initiation of David Altick, '40,
John Adams, '38; Wm. Archer, '38,
Jack Livingston, '38, Sabin Crocker,
'40E, Frank Burns, '37, Jack An-
drews, '40, and Boyde Allen, Grad.
Fred Goudie, Grad, was elected
president of Sigma Nu fraternity in
an election held recently. William
Ling, '39, was elected vice-president,
and the other officers are John Liv-
ingston, '38, treasurer, and Charles
Killins, '38, secretary.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon recently elected
the following, officers: Robert Rowe,
'38, president; Russell Reed, '38,
vice-president and James L. Lee,
Enroll immediately - Positions now
open. Primary, intermediate, ad-
vanced grades, commercial, mathe-
matics, history, English, principal-
ships, others. Enclose stamped en-
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Theta Sigma Phi will hold a meet-
ing at 4:30 today in the League to
discuss plans for a bridge tea which
is to be given May 1.
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