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"2, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Women Debate Senior Women Willl Don Caps Last Lecture In French
TeamSeries To Be Tomorrow
Knight date T eams To Hold Goi s To BegThe LastLap Prof. Rene Talamon of the romance
_ _ ___-___language department will speak in
By MARIANNE M eetin TodaFrench on "Le Theatre de la Comedie
Annual nSupper T omorow i the play, "Feather in His Cap," Francais, Hier et Aujourdhui" in the
were asked by Hope Hartwig, '38, last of a series of lectures sponsored
SPRING IS HERE TO STAY ... and who will deny it? . ,that is'unti11StartAnW ygeneral chairman of the supper, to by the Cercle Francais at 4:15 p.m.
the mad March winds start blowing again . . . The glorified spring Negative AndAffirinative On Way To Diplomas wear their Tyrolean outfits to the tomorrow in Room 103 Romance Lan-
weather that we had this week-end made it almost a crime to be indoors ... Sides Will Be Assigned supper and play. The black gowns guages Building.
even for an Odonto Ball . . the spirit of Pan prevailed there with flowers By Miss Lockwoo Swinging into the last lap, tomor- will be cast off when the numbers are Professor Talamon will discuss the
decorating the ballroom at the Union. ._.__row night, senior women will don, for called in the theatre and, 10 and be- foundation of the Theatre de Ia
The Dents and their dates took over the ballroom Friday along with A, the first time, their caps and gowns, hold, instead of appearing in caps Comedie Francais in the 17th century
Te ntsoandheramesgoos.v.r.tDe allrgoDonmFriaryalongwted A meeting of all women who are to lengthen their strides and, in an ef- n and gowns as in former years, the
on iaRoad e lmrgals . .. Delta Sig, Dent fraternity, started and of its development and growth up
one RiaRngheurl a or m dnparticipate in the intramural de- members of the 1937 J.G.P. will per- to modern times.
the evening prematurely with a formal dinner preceding the Ball . .. Stan i'fr nteroiia otms
Crego ate his meal with a gusto while Ginny Blakesley bates will be held at 5 p.m. today in CAPS, GOWNS AVAILABLE form in their original costumes. Admission to the lecture is by
down from Birmingham looked on . . ,. Ed Poole, also the Grand Rapids Room of the Tickets for Senior Supper and The age old custom of showing off ticket only.
League. caps, gowns and collars may still the conquests of the past four years
&) ~~~~importing a Ginny, was with Ginny Letts from High- At this meeting Miss Olive Lck- be obtained today in Miss Mc- wilbcareouwhnte omn -- - __
land Park . .. Hugh Godfrey and Marjorie Wilcox A hsmeigMs lv ok eotie oa nMs c will be carried out when the women
land Par Rmstuh Godre a n aror io wood of the speech department, who Cormick's office of the League, who have acquired fraternity pins
and Gunner Ramstrum and Pat Nelson sat around is the adviser for the intramural pin on common pins, those who have
discussing the anticipated merits or demerits of the teams, will present the two questions fr ohttetp nrcr ie become engaged bite ,nto a lemon
d aball-to-be . . . prospects were promising . for a decision. She will also an- stage the biggest and best Senior and those who have married during M41
The party itself proved no disappointment . . . nounce which teams shall take the Supper in the history of Michigan. their college careers blow out a V
Wayne Ogelstone and Louise Haskell stood by en- negative stand on the decided ques- "Out with the old and in with the candle. This ceremony will take
hanced by Rita the Rio . . . Lewis Pinney and Gertrude Nuttila passed by tion and which teams shall take the new" is the motto.of this year's com- place in the ballroom after supper
more interested in their own dancing and Herb Oatley and Ginny McGee affirmative. i mittee for the traditional event. The and, as the class of 1938 hurries into
sat in the corridor and just listened . . . Ray Sherwin and Mary McConkey Debaters Are Listed outmoded custom of throwing pen- the Theatre to watch "Mulberry
were "coking" during the intermission . . . Those who are to debate include nies, confetti, gum drops and worse Bush," it will be swinging into the
The League was another busy place Friday night . . . The Theta Chi's Maya D. Gruzhit, '41, arid Marjorie at the Junior Girls Play, following "home stretch," which leads only to
had a table reserved . . . (slightly reminiscent of the fashion show in the Forestel, '40, from Betsy Barbour the supper, will be taboo and the in- commencement.
afternoon) . . . and held a little going-away party for Bill Garrison. . . Jack House; Arlene J. Joldersma, '39, and novation will be the wearing of last TODAY'S GOOD iNTEN
Un el,'4,fo HeeNwbr year's J.GP. costumes under theTo b 1
Thompson and Punk Martin were there . . . and Jim Frederick and Shirley Un ReidenceE40dith Leveene, 41 a cap and gowns. tmsudefh fe T1estd compi
Hepler were among those who ordered cokes an hour in advance for the Dorothy Nichols, '4 from Jordan
intermisson Hall a d Nichol, '40, fr m Jordan All senior wom en who participated'T m o o s n ' s i ~ t
'nt1mmsi. -Hall and Margaret Triplett, '39Ed, FA bons.hoorsnopassng
- 1J] IC WAn~ G 1Pa., Katherine Howell, '40, and Thelma G. F:~or Aonlyl
White T4, flack Tie And Plan T . Brownt'40, from Martha Cook Bui List Of P tro s ssyebeatenby careful
Other formals ran their course too that night . . . the Phi Delts had a ing.
pledge formal and Ruth Allderige and John Smithers were among those The Ann Arbor Independents will F*etitionitg Iegins Today Planned to serve the i
whQ lent an air of dignity to the affair . . . Peg Allen and Dolas White are rsented byBernicro'403Rugh KinserJ, In Undergraduate Office vide the security which
arrived in the pink of the early hours of the party . . . so did Mary McNeil '40, Jean Tenosky, '41, Clara Lee dfor
and Bill White, who bounded through the door from'out of the night . . . Keller, '41 Jean Mted, '40, Joa lf l 1(EJ.i Petitioning for offices in Assembly, strength and progress for
Maxine Blaess warbled for the band . . . while Bud Matheson, '41, and Helen Westie, '40, organization for non' affiliated wom-
Hoffman and Jean Smith listened with Hope Petrou- are to represent the League House en, will be held all day today and to- tion or the business.
leas and Greg Maxwell . . . Phil Woodwbrth was * group. 1resie , UrS. Rulliven mr i t Udgra O
'Pawnee-ing' all over the place with monotonous . Alpha Epsilon Phi's team will be! head Spoisor Nmedlot
grunts . . he was with Ann Brown . . . Jane Jewitt . Ruth Frank, '38, Ruth Jacobson, '40, F 'M 1 r i e' pofrtheLeaguer Asembl Jspeson,3EA nn A rb4
and Brnar Shilds oo, oine thecrew.. .For lYEIit)elr l 114' president of 'Assembly, announced1
and Bernard Shields too, joined the crew.. . Helene Rumizen, 40, and Phyllis - yesterday.
A flying visit to the Beta house found Shirl Cros- evay, '38E. Betty Keenan, '38, and President and Mrs. Rhven will e ices open to petitioning are
man and Ed Replogle just entering the door.. Katherine Steurnol, '38, will be the; Peietai r.Rtie il TeofcsO~lt eii~i~ r o n m
Marian tern and Jacg e a n g ther y i o. team for Alpha Xi Delta, and Alpha head the list of patrons and patron- those of president, vice-president and Southeast Corner
MarianStern and Jack Healy on their way in to Delta Pi will be represented by Edna esses for "The Mulberry Bush," the secretary. Petition blanks will be
join the dancers . . . and Dolly Barrett and Bob Ferries already in with th Kandelin, '39, and Mildred MacAr- 1938 Junior Girls Play, according to on the table in the Undergraduate
Sf COff p.niic an there wvil1 he a h- there

TIONS become tomorrow's
lacency, tomorrow's need.
ought; the racing hands can
organized action.
ndividual, our services pro-
always leads the way to
the individual, the institu-

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milling crowd . .
The Theta Delts reversed the order and had an informal party Friday
night . . . Ellen MacDonald and Jack Stevens stowed the dignity for an
evening of fun , . . Sitting in a corner, just talking, were Maxine Nelson
and James Harlan . . . and in another corner, Phyllis Crosby and John
Cornelius . . . Sally Eschbach and Carl Clement were racing around the
floor . . with Virginia Wiedlein and George Hanson just ahead.. . .
Even Saint Patrick Had His Fling. .
Roy Gerardi and Walt Baumeister entertained with a solo dance -
Bud Simmons and Betty Flynn and Rog Bradley and Sandy Stegenga were
discussing some momentous problem to look at the engrossed looks on
their faces . . Shorty White and Artie Gaio were trying to retrieve their
dates Dot White and Ann Wagner from the midst of some kind of a be-
muddling game ...
At the Acacia house Saturday night tails and formals were again in
vogue . . . Bill Hastie drove up and handed Betsy Lightner out of the taxi
f smack in front of the house . . . Phyllis Kennedy and Bob
SProgell met them near the door . . . Marjorie Forrestel
a p and Bill Leeder stopped in for a while . . . and Helen
Brady and Dick Mann took this one in too . . . after
dancing Friday night at the Lambda Chi house dance
. Saint Patrick was patron Saint of the dance . . . There
were big green paper shamrocks over the lights and tastier
ones in the ice-cream served at the formal dinner preceding
it all
The League with its shagging contest Saturday night
uncovered the champion shaggers: Maxine Adler and
William Soboroff ... Marietta Killian and Bob Reid were
looking on with interest in their faces ... and Enora Ferriss
o and Hugh Higgenbottom just took the whole thing as a
matter of course . . . Betty Thompson and Larry Rieneke,
Mary Minor and Lorne Meisel, Alberta Wood and Bill Hull, were all sitting
sipping cokes . . . Florence Brotherton and Herb Gardner took time off during
intermission to get a breath of fresh air .. .

thur, '39.
Alpha Chi Omega Team
The team from Alpha Chi OmegaI
will be Mary Jane Kronner, '40, and
Virginia Allen, '40, and from Chi

rtober tJa Chissus, general chairman.I
The list includes Vice-President
and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Cram, Dean Henry C.
Anderson, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.

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Omega will be Faith Watkins, '39, Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Edward H-.
and Elizabeth Mullin, '39. Elizabeth Kraus, Dean Alice C. Lloyd and Mrs.
Allington, ,'40, and Prances Suther- Byrl F. Bacher.
land, '39, are to represent Collegiate Others are.Assistant Dean and
Sorosis, and Jean Tibbets, '40, and Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys, Miss
Barbara Newton, '41, are to represent Jeanette Perry, Mrs. Martha L. Ray,
Gamma Phi Beta. Assistant Dean and Mrs. Walter B.
Delta Gamma's teamn will be Mary Rea, Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Rall, '39, and Jane Krause, '40; Ellen Miss Ethel McCormick, Prof. Carl G.
Rhea, '41, and Mary Rogers, '40, will Brandt and Prof. and Mrs. Philip E.
be the team for Delta Delta Delta. Bursley.
Kappa Kappa Gamma will be repre- MProf. and M B. iHeertMiss Laie
sented by Eleanor Sevison, '40, and E. Campbell, Mrs. Beach Conger,
- ontinued o Miss Marion Durell, Mrs. Ruth Good-
lander and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G.
Graham Group Waltz conclude the list.
r ho The ticket sale for the production
eUcontinues through Saturday of this
week, Madeline Krieghoff, ticket
. chairman, announced. The box of-
AaraAanucd Thcodrfice will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
every day. There are tickets in the
balcony available for the Wednesday
Dancers To Be Presented performance, Miss Krieghoff stated.
IThe ushers committee will meet at
March 28 In Ann Arbor 4:15 p.m. today at the League, Re-
High School Auditorium becca Bursley, chairman of the com-
mittee, announced. All members of
Un ,.&t- - lIhrat..An0rthe committee should attend.

in which to deposit them.
Interviewing fortthese positions is
to be held frorn 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday
and Friday in the Undergraduate
Office. The present officers will do l
the interviewing.
Miss Jesperson said that all non-
affiliated women who have partici-
pated in extra-curricular activities,
particularly in those sponsored by
Assembly, are eligible to petition.
Janet Karlson, '38, is vice-president
of the organization and Miriam San-
ders, '38, is now secretary.

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Education Pafty
Is Announcedi
For Tomorrow,
Patrons and patronesses were an-
nounced yesterday for the Education
Mixer, which will be held from 8 to 10
p.m. tomorrow, William Druker, '38E,
general chairman.
The dance is being given to all
-members of the School of Education
in return for class dues, Druker said.
More than 300 invitations have been
sent out. Druker asked that these
cards be presented when entering the
dance.
Patrons and patronesses include
Dean and Mrs. James B. Edmonson,
Prof. and Mrs. Orland W. Stephen-
son, Prof. and Mrs. Elmer D. Mitchell,
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnstone, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl N. Riskey Mr. and

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Your, steamship passage to Europe, for this coming Spring &
Summer, should be reserved no0w. Phone or come in, cloose
yor ship d a small deposit will guarantee the spee. I you find
you cannot go. t wil glady arrange for a 1Trans er or a fol l tun
of deposit mo"ey. All details completed her- without ch ge
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It is now time to brighten up
your home inside and out.
We offer a complete line of
Boydell paints to help you.
Come in and get a color ch'art
and any other information
and materials you may need.
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women wo win userat tLhe aance
recital to be given by Martha Gra-
ham and her group at 8:30 p.m. Mon-I
day, in Pattengill Auditorium of Ann
Arbor High School, were announced
yesterday.
Sarah Graf, Grad., will act in the
capacity of head usher. Women from
the dance club who will be working
under her will be Joan Bevington,
'40, Beatrice Danziger, '40SM, Ma-
rian Hazeltine, '39Ea., Sally Kenny
'38, Beatrice Lovejoy, '38Ed., and
Mary Jane Mueller, '38Ed.
Beth O'Roke, '40A., Helen Ralston,
'40, Mary Redden, '39Ea., Mary Mae
Scoville, '40Ed., Bernice Wolfson, '39,
and Bud Wolfson, '39, will also work'
under Miss Graf.
Ushers from Ann Arboi High
School are Jeanne Bailey, Constance
Jordan, Esther Kokkales, Sally Lewis,
Marcia VanDen Bosch and Thelma
Young.
From University High School will
be Beatrice Bouchard, Priscilla Ehl-
ers, June Fandenberg, Betty Feriss,
Patty Hadley and Constance Lorc'h.
' Tickets for the recital are priced
at 50 cents, 75 cents, one dollar and1
one dollar and fifty cents. They may
be purchased at Room 15, Barbour
Gymnasium, or at Water's Bookstore.

Bridge Tourney'
To Be Directed
By C. S. MaC ee
Teams To Be Composed
Of Fraternity, Mixed,
Independent GroUpS

Mrs. Randolph'

Mrs. Abrahm A. James, Mr. and Mrs.
S. Edgar Caswell.
Guests from the women's physical
education department include Miss
Laurie Campbell, Miss Marie Hart-
wig, Miss Mabel Rugen, and Miss Vir-
ginia Peaseley. Guests from the
men's physical education department
will include Director Fielding H. Yost,
Prof. George A. May, Elmer R.
Townsley, and Walter J. Weber.

Romance and fascination at your fingertips in
these heart-melting dancing dresses! Demurely
low necklines, softly shirred bodices, billowy
skirts that float as you dance . . . dresses de-

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Conway S. Magee, of' the MedicalI
School faculty, will conduct the play
at the duplicate bridge tournament
sponsored by the League and Union3
which will be held from 7 p.m. to 10
p.m. Monday in the League, Hadley
Smith, '40, in charge of the tourna-
ment, stated. Magee conducted the
play last year.
Fraternity, sorority, and indepen-
dent teams may enter. All entries
must be in the form of teams of two
persons. The deadline for entries
will be noon Saturday, and there will I
be no entrance fee. Only one team
may enter from each fraternity, but
any number may enter under their
own name, Smith said.
Women's teams may , enter the
tournament by telephone or in per--
son at the League desk and men's
teams may enter in person at the
Union Student Offices at any time
or may phone entries into the Stu-
dent Offices between 3 p.m. and 5
p.m. during week days. Mixed teams
may enter at either the League or
Union.

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