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May 01, 1937 - Image 5

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Health Soeiety
And Gradulates
To Give Party
Dancing, Ping Pong And
Bowling To Be Features;
Tjcket Sale Continues
Dancing, ping pong and bowling
will be featured at the party to be
held at 9 p.m. today in the Women's
Athletic Association Building by
graduate students and the Michigan
Public Health Club, according to Miss
Je eannett Perry, assistanit to the dean
of women, who is in charge of the af-

Ex-Barbour Scholars Described
A s Outstanding Orientaal Womn

Delta Gamma Has
convention Today
Province Three of Delta Gamma
sbYrcfrity will meet in convention this
wueek-edritin Atin Arbor. Twenty-five
delb',ates from the active chapters of


mnart And Useful Flint Lawyer To Speak
Cohnred Sweaters To Republican Women
E . William Blackney, Flint attorney,
E mci1n7r nnML..T ...~:..,. Y..... .

"The outstanding women of the
Orient" was the description applied'
recently to former Barbour Scholars.
by the secretary to the president of
Doshisha University, Japan, accord-
ing to Prof. W. Carl Rufus, head of
the Barbour scholarship committee.
Careers ranging from that of an
industrial inspector to marriage
show why this tribute has been given.
to the holders of these scholarships.
The idea behind the gift of Levi L.
Earbour, '63, was to provide Orien-
tal women with the means of secur-
ing higher education. The careers
of the 150 women from the Philip-,

charge of the municipal orphanage
and two day schools which she found-!
ed, as well as doing social welfare
work in the city is the job of Dr. M.
I. Ting. Dr. Ting, whose niece, Yung-
Yuin Ting is now in the Medical
School here, was a Barbour Fellow
here in '29-'30.
To Attend Centennial
Representative of the large group
of married women who hold fellow-
ships is Wei-djen Djang, wife of
Chancellor C. L. Lo of the National
Central University in Nanking. Mrs.
Lo, who has been appointed to attend
the Fourth Pan-Pacific Wnman's

Short-sleeved sweaters are the so-'
lution to the problem of the clothes-_


Abion College, University of Il'i- conscious co-ed who wants to dress in
nois, Northwestern, University of Wis- perfect "campus taste" and yet in-]
c'nsin, Lawrence College, and Des still a bit of individuality into her
Moines College, will attend. custom. The reason for the unusual
The sorority held a buffet dinner importance of sweaters this year is
F":iday night. A lurcheon is planne 'caior.
'or t 'da y 'at the >ag dec and the. :' I' j' "Rain swept pastels," a prominent
be a 1anquet hneig n dt. Speak,. a ' house terms one group of subdued
the 1 4nquet will ghtMrs. eHarry' G a.d tones, and the name is very apt. Knit
of f';ghland Pnk Ill., Mrs. Samnuclj wear in these shades is neither very
Corl 'of Grand -apids, Mrs. Ralph dark nor very light,. neither very dull
Aigler of Ann Ar;0. 'nd Mrs. Seira c nor very bright. The closest ap-
;m'th of Ann Arbor. according , proach is the hues which in former
.TavP 'Wil1, ,1rv cnri'~T rha ;years have been called "dusty," but

wit address thetRepubiican Worren's Those who have signed up for the
Club at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the women's and mixed doubles tennis
Ethel Fountain Hussey Room of the tournament are asked to play their
aLeague.'tches byTuesday,.according to
Legu.Margaret Waterston, '38, worren's
"Centennial of Justice" will be the l tennis manager.
subject of Mr. Blackney's speech, The tennis club meets at 4:30 p.m.
which will follow a subscription din- Wednesdays at the courts near the.
ner to be given at 6:30 p.m., accord- W.A.A. Buldng. A match with the
ing to Mrs. A. M. Edsill, publicity Ann Arbor Tennis Club is scheduled
chairman for the affair. Anyone de- for next week, and matches with
siring to make reservations may tele- Michigan State College and Michigan
phone 2-2225. State Normal College are being
A tea will be held for the group 'planned for the near future.

xair.~~ ~~~ y ,v . * ~~L~L, c c~~ armani. ~
pines and Japan to Syria and Turkey Confetence in Canada in July ex- Sigma Phi Epsilon will send t--e a
The list of patrons was announced who have studied here in the 20 years pects to attend the Centennial ele- following five members to a. regional
yesterday by Miss Perry. Included sinc 1917, when the gift was made, bration here this year. Herm brother, convention today at Coumbas, io: a]
are Dean and Mrs. Clarence S. Yoa- bear witness to their ability and prof. Y. Z. Chang, is exchange pro- William Keetch, '37E, Norman Sprn- er
kum, Assistant Dean and Mrs. Peter training. rof E ng , is eargwhile gett, '38, James L. Lee, '39E, Rbrt de
Okkelberg, Dr. and Mrs. Warren E. College Presidents Prof. A. L. Bader is at the National 'Rowe, '38 and John Mensonides, R t38. sd
Forsythe, Dr. and Mrs. John Sund- In China, for example, presidents Central University. te n, -s b
wall, Dr. and Mrs. Max L. Durfee and of the two colleges for women were Taking census of children on the ~~ ta
Dr. and 1VIrs. Nathan Sinai, Dr. ad formerly Barbour Fellows. Dr: Lucy bas fte ierCt, doctn
Mrs. M. R. McGarvey, Dr. and Mrs. Wang, wtho entered the University in tsftrage r woena dy, nurserieg H A PT ER HOUSE u]
Clare Gates. Hiss Hazel G. Herring-1 '22, received her M.A. ii '24 and her forchildren, and organizing the 'wom- ACTI VITY NOT ES w
Shaw, Miss Dorothy Beise and Miss (Ph.D. in '28, is the head of Hwa Nan en of leisure for emergency relief v
Marie Hartwig are also on the patron College in Foochofi. and Dr. Yi-fang work are among the projects of Tsui- -
list. Wu is president of Ginling College in fung Wong, who is lecturing in Ling- e ur
John Day's dance orchestra will fur- Nanking. Dr. Wu studied here from University and directing socialfraterties eter-
nU a ntamed and elected offcers during the c
nish the music for the affair. The '21 to '23, when she received her M.S., ivwork in the city of Canton. Also at tfedays ccording t e
entire building will be thrown open1 and returned as a Fellow in '28-'29. Lingnan this year is Katherine Tay a ew days, according to recent
to the guests. The dancing will take1 'The first woman to hold a chair in tor, '38, on an exchange scholarship. mh
place in the lounge on the second a university for men in India was Miss Wong attended the University Alpha Chi'Omega
floor, while the bowling alleys and a Barbour Scholar and later a Fel- from '24 to '27, receiving her M.A. Alpha Chi Omega will entertain
ping pong tables in the basement will low. She is Dr. E. K. Janaki, who in '26 in the field of sociology. menbers of the faculty at a formal
be available. The party will last un- studied here in the field of botany One of the most unusual voc- t a p
til midnight. from '24 to '26 and came back in "n ftems nsa oa imately sixty guests are expected.
t'2midnight.from '2to '2n ad cD bck s tions is that of Faize Shevket, who is Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sale of tickets has been going on '29 to earn her Ph.D., which was the first woman to be appointed as The Detroit Alumnae of Alpha Ep-
this week and there are a few still awarded to her r in '31. She was re- idtil inspector d th Minis- silon Phi will be entertained at a tea
available. They are riced at 35 cents ently chosen' to represent the Im-
each.b Tperial Agricultural Department of try of Public Economy in Turkey. given by the active members from
Thi .. e India at the Sixth International Bo- Miss Shekvet entered the University 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Sunday at Alpha
This'wili be the last meeting of the .nm '33, receiving her M.S. in '35 and Epsilon Phi
year for the graduate students, ac- tanical Congress in Amsterdam. her M.S. in Engineering in '36.h
cording to Miss Perry. The bun- Heads Department of Education Alpha Sigma Phi
cheons, held all last winter, at which Sharkeswari Agha, another native AlphiRuimathiwudy h
a 'member of the faculty spoke each of India, is head of the department NAwlurry Honors mnaoiRy ofthe"onthnini"aybTcominh
week, were discontinued with the be- of education of Crossthwaite College
ginning of spring vacation, at Allahabad, and is a member of the Women At Dinner ofeinthePmolning ath a buff
The Michigan Public Health Club Allahabad University Court, the high- versitdinner in the afternoon to be followed
was recently formed of those students est academic body of the university. by a combined meeting
studying sanitation a n d public She studied here from '28 to '30. In fTe annalspring honors d m i meg.
helh.Ti wl tk hepac fBeyrouth, Syria, the directress of the of the drmritory was held yesterday Ch Chi Omegadanoehus
the usual club party this month. Ecole Al-Ahliah, which corresponds evening at Helen Newberry Residence. for its alumnae this Saturday and
to an academy here, is Miss Wadad Y
K. Mackdici, who attended the Eleven of the women residing tx:re Sunday. The annual meeting of
" University as a Barbour Scholar in were specially feted for high s: r- alumnae and actives of the chapter
1? 01TC To Give English from '31 to '34, receiving her ship. will be held Saturday afternoon, fol-
M"A Nrm lowed by an informal dinner at the
M.A. here ini'32. Nrma Curtis, Helen Jane Barr'chapter house.nAlumnae are plan-
n 'C°** Engaged In Medical Work Dorothy Briscoe, Mary Morrison, Elda ning to attend from Detroit, Flint,
l ock Air Raid 'A number are concerned with med-Faster, Marguerite Knab, Nissi 'y City, and Grand Rapids, as well
ical work. Dr. Zung-wei Koh, now Brandt, Wilma Cope, Ruth Calkins, . several from Ohio and Indiana.
AtUnnunal Ball secretary of the 'Committee on Mcci- I,
Education, in the Ministry Muriel Hess and Elizabeth Lauer were Chi Phi
ucation, Nanking, was formerly head among those honored. Chi. Phi announces the election of
canof the Cekiag Provincial Scholof Following the dinner, Miss Alice the Following officers: Stuart G.
A capacity crowd filled the Union ofteCein roica colo Lloyd gave a talk She was intro- Wade, '38, president; James S. Van
ballroom last night, and danced to Midwifery and the Maternity Hos- Lloyd gy ais tal.he aintro- Kaer, '38, president; sSVa
duced by Miss Ruth Danielson, do- Kueren, 38A, vice-president; Philip
the music of Reggie Childs and his pital, as well as in charge of the Divi- mitory directness. S. Durfee, '39, secretary; Alfred W.
orchestra at the 19th annual Military sion of Women and Children for thesh Rhodes, '39E, treasure; Stewart H.
Ball, which was held from 10 pnm. to Bureaui+a Public Health in :Chekiang Ousdgetsfrheinrb-,
2alm, Province. sides Miss Lloyd include Mrs. Fred- Fitch, '39, historian.
2a.m. t crick- Jordan, Miss Jeannette Perry Collegiate Sorsis
A unique feature of the affair was Being' superintendent of Peiyang Mrs. Jorda, Ms atte ry Collegiate Sorosis
the initureav'rai, a urpiseMrs. J. G. Hays, Mrs. Arthur Bir- Collegiate Sorosis recently elected
the miniature air raid, a surprise Women's Hospital at Tientsin, ine following oficers for next year:
-- -- m~~~~~zage and Miss Vera Howard. the olwn fiesfrnx er
stunt planned by members of the -r Four Helen Newberry scholarships Betty Crandall, '38, president; Jean _
committee. A dirigible crossed the Hillel Will Give Dance were prevented by Miss Lloyd to Lillie, '39, vice-president; Barbara
darkened room, followed by a squad- .t.smembers 'of the dormitory. Paterson, '39, recording secretary;
ron of planes and played upon by For ViI1igStUdentS Julia King, '40, corresponding secre-
searchlights from various parts of SENIOR LIFE SAVING Lary; Patricia Haff, '39M, rushing
the room. It exploded when it An open informal radio dance will charan; Mary Gage, '40, and Eliz-
reached the opposite side of the be given tonight at Hillel Foundation Senior Red Cross Life Saving cx- abeth Titus, '40, custodians.
loom, with all the uproar of a real in honor of the Chicago high school aminations were held Thursday at
air battle. A volley of gunfire added students who are visiting the Univer- the Union. The examinations were ____ ____ _____
realism to the scene. sity this week-end. Mrs. L. M. Da- passed by Edith Butler, '39, Con- Eye Glass Frames
Exhibit Maneiuver vies, Mrs. Frieda Loeb and Dr. Hel- stance Bryant, '40, Jane Hill, '40A,, Repaired.
The floor and drill team, made up ler, director of Hillel, will be the Anna Platt, '40, Audrey Nisson, '40, - <:es Ground.
of sophomore and freshmen members chaperons. Frances Seitner, '37, and Jean Thompson, '40, and Marvis Je elr
of the R.O.T.C., exhibited the Queens Rosamond Lang, '37, are in charge of Swartz, '37. Mary Redden, '38Ed, HALLER'S Jewelry
ofnth, R.O.T., nrehiitdryhe Quens the affair. Refreshments will be was the examiner, and Margaret State Street at Liberty
Manual, an intricate military maneu- SaeSre tIiet
ver, preceding the grand march. served. Brewster, Grad, was in charge. ----
About 20 Scabbard and. Blade mem- ---.
bers and their guests formed a saber
arch through which the new initiates
of the society passed. Members of
the committee for the ball and their
guests then led the grand march
through the saber arch.
Jalhn R. Gustafson, '38, general
Qhairman, led the march wvith Muriel
Jean Hassard, '38. Miss Hassard 7 o
wore a white lace dress with a full
skirt and tight bodice. A single
rhinestone clip was used as accent.
Betty Fauver In Lace
Betty Fauver, '37, who was the c5Actnv'ties
guest of Carl Abbott, '37E, ticket
chairman, chose for her dress gray
lace made in Empire style. The gown
featured organza bows and puffed
Dorice Robbins, '38, who attended
chairman, was dressed in yellow chif-
ion. The dress had a rather unique Oakland and East University. (Missouri Synod)
jacket which was pleated with a Dr. Bernard Heller, Director. Cor. Third and Liberty Streets
tuxedo front. Nancy DalI, '39, who 10:00 a.m. - Morning Sunday School Carl A. Brauer, Minister
was the guest of Goff Smith, '38E, 2:30 p.m. - Pop Concert 10:30 a.m. - Caechization of children's con-
x'ore a dress of royal-blue chiffon 3:30 p.m. - Afternoon Tea. frmation class.
accented with shoulder straps of 8:00 p.m. -- Student Symposium. 5:30 p.m. - Student club meeting.
rhinestones. 6:00 p.m. - Supper.
Hope Hartwig, '38, the guest of

the drill team, wore a dress of gold Masonic Temple, at 327 South Fourth Ave. Corner State and Washington Streets
net over gold taffeta with bronze Rev. W. P: Lemon, Minister Rev. Charles W. Brashares. Minister
m:zulder straps. Elizabeth French, Miss Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant. 9:45 a.m. - Student class led by Dr. G. E.
'39, who attended with John C. 10:45 a.m. - "Meaning of Life" Carrothers. 'Source of True Happiness
Young, '38E, chose a dress of printed Sermon by the Minister. From Within and Without."
pique with a red and blue print. I Student Choir and double quartette. 10:30 a.m. - Sunday Worship Service "Our-
5:30 p.m. - Westminster Guild, student selves and the Future" by Pres. Edmund
group. Supper and social hour followed by D. Soper of Ohio Wesleyan University.
the meeting at 6:30. 6:00 p.m. - Wesleyan Guild Meeting and
Subject: "Vocations-My Choice and Why" ' Fellowship Hour.
A Student Symposium
BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL CHURCH East Huron between State and Division
.tFrh eue kr10:45 a.m. - "The Fruits of Religion" - ser-
- : South Fouarthi Avenue, near Packard mon by Mr. Sayles.
Rev. T. R. Schmale, Pastor 12:00 Noon - Students at Guild House, Mr.
-_ ¢"e (conducted in Ger- Chapman.
-- !. 4:15 p.m. - The .dramatic group will give a

ey have taken on new character-
nd sophistication.
Also on display are sweaters which,
though undeniably pastel, are nev-
theless saturated with color. They
emand mdre color in combining with
kirts or suits which are also bright,
iu they are superb with grays and
Less than usual emphasis is placed
uon variations of neckline and
peave, partially due, no doubt, to the
gue for chiffon and wool-a fad
hich has resulted in the practically
universal use of flattering sheer
A variation, however, is found in
tailored short-sleeved cardigan, in
eavily-ribbed knit. Even this, how-
ver, demands a scarf, a printed as-
ot being especially smart with it.

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