THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAc
Elizabeth Cotton Calendar Includes
Will ew No Penny Carnival
nteielDe T MwIcirns
Mrs. Elizabeth Cotton of the For-
eign Division of th-e Y.W.C.A., will
meet with Oriental women students
from 9:30 a.m. until noon today and
tomorrow in the office of the Dean
of Women. She will discuss plans
with them concerning summer vaca-
tions and opportunities for visiting
and learning methods in Y.W.C.A.
camps while in this country.
Oriental students who are return-
ing home after school via Europe are
usually interested in receiving in-
troductions to the World's Y.W.C.A.
in Geneva, Switzerland, and to the
National Yuen movements in various
other countries. These introductions
can also be secured through Mrs. Cot-
ton today and tomorrow. All Orien-
tal women are urged to take advan-
tage of this opportunity to talk with
Mrs. Cotton and to formulate definite
plans for the summer.
All active members of Chi Omega
will attend a luncheon Saturday
given by Detroit alumnae at the
Book-Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. Mary
Love Collins, national president, will
be the principal speaker. Active
Michigan chapters from Hillsdale
and Michigan State and many Ann
Arbor alumnae are also planning to
For the first time in 10 years the
Penny Carnival will not be included
in the social calender of the campus.
This annual affair will be incorporat-
' ed with the Michigras which is open-
ing tonight in Yost Field House.
It was way back in 1927 at the
final play of a basketball tourna-
ment that the carnival was born at
Michigan. Clowns tossing confetti
and serpentine supplied the gaiety at
the affair. They also performed
"horsey" stunts between the halves
and generally entertained the audi-
A very gala evening was ended by
tripping the light fantastic in the
gym, but the following year this was
discontinued due to the University
ruling which forbids mid-week danc-
ing. A floor-show, made up of acts
from the Soph Circus and the Junior
Girls Play, was substituted.
In 1930 the last of the basketball
games was played off before the
crowd arrived, while an aquatic meet
in the locker room took the spotlight.
But the women must dance, and in
1931 the carnival was held on Sat-
urday night to permit this.
The carnival spirit is enhanced by
the presence of numerous booths and
side-shows, sponsored by the various
sororities. Attractions in the past
have included such ingenious games
as "Ringing the Swimming Duck's
Neck" and "Butterscotch Roulette."
The proceeds from the carnival
are used to support projects spon-
sored by the Women's Athletic As-
sociation. Last year they started a
'drive for funds for the proposed
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List Of Patrons |
For Miehigra s
President Roosevelt Heads
A Distinguished Group;
Many thers Named
The patrons' list for the Michigrasj
held April 23 and 24 was announced
yesterday. The list includes: Presi-;
dent and Mrs.rRoosevelt, Sen. and1
Mrs. Prentiss Brown, Sen. and Mrs.
Arthur Vandenburg, Rep. and Mrs.;
Earl Michener, Gov. Frank Murphy,
ex-Mayor and Mrs. Robert Campbell,
Mayor and Mrs. Walter Sadler and I
Chief of Police Lewis Fohey.
Regent and Mrs. J. E. Beal, Re-
gent and Mrs. F. M. Cook, Mr. and
Mrs. L. V. Cram, Regent and Mrs.
D. H. Crowley, Regent and Mrs. C.'
F. Hermans, Regent and Mrs. J. D.
Lynch, Regent and Mrs. J. O. Mur-
fin, Regent and Mrs. Edmund
Shields, Regent and Mrs. R. R.c
Regent and Mrs. Ralph Stone,
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-e
president and Mrs. J. D. Bruce,e
Vice-president and Mrs. S. W. Smith,
Vice-president and Mrs. C. S. Yoak-
um, Dean and Mrs. H. M. Bates, Dean
and Mrs. J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs.
S. T. Dana, Dean and Mrs. J. B. Ed-
monson, Dean and Mrs. A. C. Fur-
stenberg, Dean and Mrs. C. E. Grif--
fin, Dean and Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Dean
Alice Lloyd, and Dean and Mrs. H.
Dean and Mrs. C. T. Olmsted,a
Dean B. F. Bacher, Dean and Mrs.
W. R. Humphreys, Dean and Mrs. A.
H. Lovell, Dean J. Renny, Dean and
Mrs. W. B. Rea, President and Mrs.
C. A. Sink and Registrar and Mrs.
I. M. Smith.
Prof. and Mrs. H. F. Adams, Prof.
and Mrs. R. W. Aigler, Prof. and Mrs.
A. S. Aiton, Prof. R. C. Angell, Dr.
M. Bell, Prof. and Mrs. W. I. Ben-I
nett, Prof. and Mrs. E. S. Brown,
Prof. and Mrs. R. W. Bunting, Prof.
A. ,L. Cross, Prof. and Mrs. H. D.
Curtis, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Forsythe,
Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Hayden, Prof.
wand Mrs. C. L. Jamison, Prof. and
Irs. P. A. Leidy, Prof. and Mrs. L.
M. Gram, Prof. and Mrs. H. B. Lewis,t
Prof. and Mrs. G. M, McConkey.
Prof. and Mrs. D. E. Mattern, Prof.
'and Mrs. D. M. Matthews, Prof. and
Mrs. J. K. Pollock, Prof. and Mrs. J.
S. Reeves, Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Rickert,
Col. and Mrs. F. C. Rogers, Prof. and
Mrs. B. Shartel, Prof. and Mrs. C.
D. Thorpe, Prof. and Mrs. J. E.
Tracy, Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Vedder,
Prof. and Mrs. J. B. White, Prof. and
Mrs. J. S. Worley, Prof. and Mrs. F.1
H. Yost, and Prof. and Mrs. L. J.
Prof. and Mrs. G. E. Densmore,
Prof. and Mrs. D. L. Dumond, Prof.'
and Mrs. R. W. Hammett, Prof. and
Mrs. R. C. Hussey, Prof. and Mrs.
H. E. Kenyon, Prof. and Mrs. W. A.-
McLaughlin, Prof. and Mrs. E. D.-
Mitchell, Prof. and Mrs. M. S. Parg-
ment, Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Sharman.-
Prof. and Mrs. P. W. Slosson, Prof.
and Mrs. M. H. Waterman, Prof. and
Mrs. R. P. Briggs, Prof. and Mrs. P.
A. Bursley, Prof. L. E. Campbell, Prof.
and Mrs. H. M. Dorr, Prof. W. W.
Gores, Prof. C. A. Knudson, Prof. V.
B. Windt and Mr. and Mrs. K. Litzen-t
Miss Dorothy Beise, Miss R. H.
Bloomer, Miss H. V. Burr, Miss Mariet
Hartwig, Miss Virginia Peaseley, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Beach Con-
ger, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Stanley,r
Coach and Mrs. F. C. Cappon, Coach
and Mrs. R. O. Courtright, Coach
and Mrs. H. Kipke, Dr. and Mrs. E.
W. Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Baker, Dr. W. M. Brace, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. James, Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Pardon, and Mr. and Mrs. E.
N. Risky, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Bishop,
Dr. F. E. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. H.
T. Tapping, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Pi Beta Phi Members
Will Attend Convention
Eight members of Pi Beta Phi sor-
ority will leave today for a Delta
province regional meeting at In-
Those who are to attend are Glade
Allen, '40, Barbara Heath, '39, Har-
riet Heath, '37, Jane Holden, '39,
Phyllis Miner, '39, Priscilla Smith,
'38, Betty Spangler, '39, and Sue
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placement information, and illustrated
i Special Course for College Women
opens in New York and Boston, Sep-
Meeting To Be Held Committeemen
Faculty dinners, elections, pledg-
ings, initiations and Founder's Day
celebrations are listed among the so-
cial activities of campus groups.
In the recent Adelia Cheever house
elections, Jane E. Campbell, 39, was
elected president. Ruth Holmes,
'38SM, was elected vice-president,
and Olga Dobosz, '39, was chosen to
Alpha Epsilon Iota
,Alpha Epsilon Iota gave an infor-
mal faculty dinner Wednesday night
honoring Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Cowie
and Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ed-
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity recent-
ly initiated the following: John W.
Hart, '38; Kingsley Kelly, '38; and
Alton J. Loysen, '39.
Ainha Kappa Lambda
Alpha Kappa Lambda celebrated
Founaers Day yesterday. Dr. Edward
W. Blakeman was the speaker at the
banquet last night.
Alpha Omega fraternity will hold
an informal radio dance Saturday
night. Dr. and Mrs. George Fineman,
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Koorhan, and
Dr. and Mrs. Bennett Sidenberg, all
of Detroit, will be chaperons for the
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi will give an initia-
tion banquet tomorrow, after which
the house will go in a body to the
Michigras. Mr. S. H. Gardiner will
be initiated as an honorary faculty
member. Other men to be initiated
are: Edgar Baseman, Jr., '40BAd.;
Irwin Bailey, '38BAd.; Charles Hoff-
man, '38BAd., and Douglas Welfare,
'38. Prof. R. G. Rodky of the School
of Business Administration will speak.
Kappa Sigma announces the pledg-
ing of John Earley, '38.
Nu Sigma Nu
Dr. Ruth C. Wanstrom, department
of pathology, and Dr. Elizabeth C.
Crosby, department of pathology,
were guests for dinner yesterday at
the Nu Sigma Nu house.
Phi Rho Sigma
Phi Rho Sigma announces the
pledging of Mason Maynard, '38,
Ionia; Howard Lawrence, '38, Sag-
inaw; and Edward Beynon, '37, Gir-
Theta Chi announces the pledging
of Johnston Wilcox, '39, of Plymouth.
Saturday the following Triangle
members will go to Milwaukee to at-
tend an installation of Triangle offi-
cers of the Marquette University
chapter; Frederick King, '37E, Ar-
thur Rissberger, '39E, Richard Mor-
ton, '40E, and Arthur MacVittie, '40E.
Arthur Rissberger will serve on the
LIFE SAVING EXAMINATIONS
Senior Life Saving examinations
will be given at 8:30 p.m., April 27
and 29, at the Union Pool, it was
announced yesterday by Margaret
To conclude this season's activi-
ties, the Faculty Women's Club will
hold a luncheon at 1 p.m., Wednes-
day, April 28, in the League Ball-
room. Regent Esther M. Cram, Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven and Mrs. Ju-
nius E. Beal have been invited to
attend as guests of honor.
The garden section of the club is
in charge of decorations for the af-
fair. After the luncheon, the an-
nual business meeting of the club
and the election of officers will be
held. Tentative plans for next year
will also be discussed. Between 200'
and 300 women are expected to at-
lend the luncheon.
For Annual Ball1
Miss Hassard, Gustafson
To Lead Grand March;
Reggie Childs To Play
The 19th annual Military Ball,
sponsored by the members of
R.O.T.C., will be held from 10 p.m. to
2 a.m., Friday, April 30 in the Union
Ballroom. Muriel Jean Hassard, '38,
and John R. Gustafson, '38, general
chairman, followed by members of
the committee and their guests will
lead the grand march. Reggie Childs
and his orchestra will play.
Wencel A. Neumann, '37BAd,
treasurer, will have as-his guest Ruth
Judson of Royal Oak. Carl Abbott,
'37E, chairman of the ticket com-
mittee has invited Betty Fauver, '37.
Phillip Haughey, '37T, chairman of
decorations will attend the ball with
Doris Koestner of Kalamazoo.
John G. Young, '38E, chairman of
programs and favors will have as his
guest Elizabeth French, '39. William
Wolfner, '38E, floor chairman, has
invited Dorice Robbins, '38, as his
guest. Goff Smith, '38E, chairman
of invitations will attend with Nancy
Dall, '39. John E. Cornelius, '38,
chairman of drill team has invited
Hope Hartwig, '38. Carl A. Gerstack-
er, '38E, will attend the dance with
Beverly Bendall of Midiand, Mich.
To Present Initiates
Guests of committee members
working under the various chairmen
are as follows: Maxine Blaess, '39,
will attend with Fred Luebke, '39E;
Jean McKay, '40, will be the guest of
Robert L. Brown, .'40E; Margaret
Whittemore, will attend with Tom
K. Phares; Vivian Waller, '38, will
attend with Theodore Madden, '39.
Before the grand march a short
program will be given beginning by
the presentation of the nine Scabbard
and Blade initiates to the guests of
the ball. The initiates are: Ralph
tllmer, '38E; Leo E. Klar, '38E; Carl
A. Gerstacker, '38E; William E.
Cabey, '38E, John M. Stevens, '38E;
Gilbert K. Phares, '38E; John Alden,
'38; Charles F. Payton, '37; Kingsley
Kelly, '38; Carl H. Clement, '38E;
John E. Cirnelius, '38; Roger S. Fra-
zier, '38E; Hudson G. Punks, '38E.;
Robert A. Pommerening, '38; Ken-
neth G. Emery, '37E; Alfred G. Ellick,
'39; Grandville Conrad, '38E;
ald M. Alexander, '38E.
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