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April 03, 1938 - Image 5

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Annual Installation Banquet


More Than 900 To A
Dinner In Ballroom
In Gi.1 d t 1

Tomorrow In League'


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To Close

League Careers At Banquet


Barbara Bradfield
To Present Award
More than 900 tickets have been
sold for the annual League Installa-
tion Banquet which will take place at >
6 pim. tomorrow in the League Ball-
room and the Grand Rapids Room, J
Hope Hartwig, '38, general chairman
for the affair, announced.
Decorations for the banquet will
carry out the 'March of Time" theme,
it was announced by Helen Louise
Arner, '38, head of the decorations -
committee. There will be a large clock
in both the ballroom and the Grand
Rapids Room, and League' events of<.:
the past year will take the place of
the numbers on the faces of the
clocks. Helen Jesperson, '38, isj
chairman of table arrangements. HOTE .IARTWIG ANGELENE MALISZEWSKI
Patrons Are Named
The list of patrons and patronesses fe
for the affair was announced yester-R a z to f o e s P o
day by Janet Allington, '38, chair- A
man of the patrons committee. It in Nears With Of Mihig
eludes vice-president Shirley W. N s A~ fMcirs
Smith, who will be one of the speak- -
ers on the program, and Mrs. Smith; Popcorn With Tilt-a-Whirljtrue. $350 has been made at swim-
Dean and Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dean
Alice Lloyd, who will also speak, As- Feature In W.A.A. HelpIming meets and the J-Hop commit-
sistant Dean Walter B. Rea; Mrs. For Financial Success tee gave $300. The freshmen did their,
Byrl F. Bacher; Miss Jeanette Perry, part and donated $75 from the Frosh
Prof. and Mrs. Philip Bursley. Eating popcorn, playing bingo, get- Frolic.
Othera are Prof. and Mrs. Howard ting headaches from the Tilt-a-whirl The Ann Arbor Alumnae Associa-'
Y. McClusky; Athletic Director Field- and tired "Michigras" feet will all Lion made a pledge of $5,000 and part
ing H. Yost and Mrs. Yost; Miss Ma- help Michigan women to swim in of this money was paid by the re-
rie Hartwig; Miss Hilda Burr, Miss theii own pool. ceipts from the Tommy Dorsey con-
Virginia Peasely, Miss Ruth Bloomer, Michigan's fairer sex has been try- cert, when over $900 was made. A
Mrs. Frederick Ray, Mrs. William ing for years to build a swimming cabin fund of $700 was given to the,
Morley, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. pool and one of the avenues to ac- swimming pool fund.
Katherine Parsons, Mrs. Florence complishing this desire is the Michi- -- - ---
Preston, Miss Mary Gleason, Miss gras. Last year that project netted
Ruth Danielson, Miss Ethel MpCor- them the goodly sum of $600 and;j
mick and Miss Ruth Goodlander. they are hoping to make more this
Program Is Interesting i year.
The program of, events will begin Pool Planned In 1922
after the main course of the banquet This struggle (which is almost a
and Angelene Malizewski, '38, will tradition by now) started when the
act as toastmaster. ! League was built way back in 1922.
After Miss Hartwig's introduction For the original plans for that build- 8 NICKE
of the theme of the banquet and of ing included a plan for a swimming
the patrons in the ballroom, Miss Ma- pool. Now the hopes are that it will
liszewski will introduce the patrons in be built onto the Women's Athletic
the Grand Rapids Room and will an- Building.
nounce the central committee for Birdbath Condemned
Freshman Project. Barbara Brad- Since the League swimming pool
dream did niot become a reality, the*
field, '38, chairman of the League:drenmpdid aome i relitthe'
Merit System Committee, will thenomen splashed around in the little
award the sorority Service and birdpath a Barbour Gymnasium un-
Scholarship Cup. The music com- til it was condemned in 1935. Since
mit ,headd by Harriet Shackle- then the Union has been generous and
ton, '38, will thenr lead singing, let women swim in the pool there.ofG
W.A.A. has tried all sorts of meth-
To Introduce Newv Officers ods to make this cherished wish comeSlne NE
After the dinner, Margaret Ann Slender ONES
Ayers, '38, treasurer of the League, thing" will dot
will give the year's financial report,
Miss Maliszewski will announce the samer elastic n
winners of the three Ethle McCor- like nothing a
mick scholarships and Vice-Presi-
dent Smith, Dean Lloyd and Miss ( Sta-Lo * * the bac
Hartwig will speak. Introductions of'*h k
the new League president, Jean Hol- lsmall and medium
land, '39, the new W.A.A. president, ng ge en s petal shape mpha
Norma Curtis, '39, and of their re- - -e e. U.S. Pat. Of., Pat. Ni. 2,046,861-2.092
spective councils will follow. Irene Young, daughter of Mr. and
Concluding the evening's program, Mrs. Andrew J. Young of Montecello,
Senior Society and Mortar Board will Minn., and Dr. John Simrall, '31, son ! 4

Mack Defends
Titles In Finals'
Margo Goodrich Defeats
Louise Paine In Singles
Of Annual Tournament
Completely baffling and outsmart-
ing his foes at every phase of the
game, Chris Mack came through the
city badminton finals held at the I-M
building last night successfully de-
fending his titles in three divisions.
In the men's open singles. Mack
displayed his usual fast, hard-smash-
ing game to decisively whip Earl
Smith 15-7, 15-7. Mack and Leroy
Weir, Varsity tennis coach, teamed up
in the men's open doubles event to
down their opponents, Vin Stace and
Francis Carl in two straight games
15-8 and 15-9.
iIn the mixed open doubles Jane
Quirk and Mack easily defeated May
Lewis and Welir 15-7 and 15-8. For
the, third time in three years Margo
Gcodrich beat out Louise Paine in the
final round of the tourney, 15-5 and
Dorothy Gardiner and Miss Quirk
defeated Miss Lewis and Miss Good-
rich in the women's open doubles by
a score of 15-9, 12-15, and 17-16 in
one of the biggest upsets of the tour-
... Tey.'
In the novice division, Lee Hart won
Phi Sigma Kappa announces the
pledging of Samuel Rutan, '41E, of
Orange Grove, Calif. Officers elected
iecently are: president, Ned Kilner,
'38; vice-president; Frederick Yunck,
'38E; secretary, Robert Paver, '40E.

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the men's singles beating Max Rey- I nastic coach, and George Dixon out-
.nolds 15-7, 15-10. Eleanor Gilbert classed Hart and Lawrence Wester-
won the novice women's title whip- vle, ntemnsnvc obe
ping Mary Anderson 11-9, 8-11, and event, winning two straight matches,
115-9, and 15-11.
lmer Townsley, Michigan gym- In the novice women's doubles,
Ebnr Zowsle, Mchgangym iMiss Gilbert and Barbara Bleeker

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tap new members. Miss Jesperson
will announce the names of the new
members as they are tapped in the
Grand Rapids Room and Miss Ayers'
will announce those in the ballroom.
A seamless "Tallyho"
foundation to mold you
and hold you.

of Mrs. Harrison Simrall of Lexing-
ton, Ky., were married at 5:30 p.m.
yesterday in St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church. Rev. Henry Lewis officiated
at the ceremony.
Miss Alice Tyler acted as maid of
honor, and Dr. Walter Weid was best
man. Mrs. Simrall wore a dark, blue,
silk ensemble with a blue hat. She
carried gardenias.
Dr. Simrall, who graduated from
the University in 1931, was captain of
the varsity football team. He was
affiliated with Phi Delta Theta and
Nu Sigma Theta and Nu Sigma Nu,
medical fraternity. Dr. Simrall re- j
ceived his medical degree from Har-
vard University in 1935. He is now
serving as assistant resident at
University Hospital.
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