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' S~yrURVDAV, APRIL 23, 1938 T E MC IA AL

PAGE FItVE

Forestry Club
Dance Patrons
Are Announced
Night Riders To Furnish
Music For 'Log Drive
To Be GivenApril 29
Patrons and patronesses for the
"Log Drive," "semi-formal dance to
be given by the Forestry Club from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, April 29 in
the Women's Athletic Building, were
announced yesterday.
President andaMrs. Ruthventwill
head the list of dance patrons. Others
will include Dean and Mrs. Joseph
Bursley; Dean Alice Lloyd; Dean and
Mrs. Samuel T. Dana and Dean and
Mrs. Walter B. Rea.
Patrons Listed
Prof. and Mrs. D. M. Matthews;
Prof. and Mrs. S. W. Allen; Prof. and
Mrs. Leigh J. Young; Prof. and Mrs.
Samuel Graham; Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Kynoch; Prof. and Mrs. W. F.
Ramsdell; Prof. and Mrs. E. C
O'Roke; Prof. and Mrs. H. M. Wight;
Prof. Robert Craig. Jr.; Prof. Dow
V. Baxter and Mr. Frank Murray.
Special guests for the dance will
be Dr. and Mrs. Max L. Durfee; Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Behrens; Miss Ina M.
Rankin; Miss Mabel G. Train and
Miss Myrna o. Wallace.
Tickets for the dance will be on
sale exclusively to foresters until
Tuesday morning it was announced
by Frederick Geib, '38F&C, general
chairman. The sale will be limited to
100 tickets and are available at the
recorder's office of the Forestry
School
Night Riders To Play
The Night Riders Orchestra will
furnish music for the dance and a
program of specialty numbers, in-
cluding special arrangements of log-
ging songs has been planned, Geib
stated.
Other members of the central com-
mittee are Karl Leonhardt '39F&C,
publicity chairman; Frank Becker
'39F&C, ticket chairman; Orvel
Schmidt, '38F&C, decorations chair-
man; Morris Morgan, Grad., favors
chairman; Herman Hermelink, '39-
F&C, music chairman; Robert Buch-
man, '39F&C, head of the building
committee and Charles Spooner, '38-
F&C, refreshment chairman.
This is the second annual dance to
be given by the Forestry Club.
Social Group
Aides Named
Juniors To Have Charge;
Of Teas And Dinners
Elizabeth Allington, '40 , Pattie
Haislip, '40, and Ruth Coler, '40 have3
been appointed junior assistants on
the League social committee, Bar-
bara Heath, '39, chairman announced

Jackets, Skirts Ideal Sports Costumes

Debate Groups Slump In Dances Pit(eh And Putt Club
Will Continue Follows Vacation; Will Hold Contest
Only Three Tod 1 The Piuch and Putt Club.Univer-
Se'les Todayisity women's golf club, will open the
The dance list for this week-end spring season with a putting con-
seems to indicate a sharp drop in test at 4 p.m. Tuesday, according to
Four Team s To, Com}Lpet vetosdne.Ol he
postvacations dances. Only three Mrs. Stewart Hanley. faculty adviser.
In DisuIssing Problm1n are being given tonight. This event is open to all women
Of Armament i U.s. I Chi Ofega wii initiate its new golfers in the University and will be
radio, a gift from the seniors, at an held on the putting green adjacent
Four first round debates in the ihformal dance tonight. Mr. and to the Women's Athletic Building.
wdmen's intramural contest will be Mrs. Fred H. Livermore and Mrs.
hield at2 p.m. today in Angell Hall. .Granville Mitchell will chaperon.
The issue for debate is "Resolved: iMr. and Mrs. S. Lewin and Mr. and!TWO IN
That the Proposed United States' Mrs. L. Gunsberg will chaperon the WO KIN
Mtary Peprenes ogm Phi Beta Delta Joe College radio D R E I
Should Be Adopted." Confstruction Drone
speeches will take ten minutes: re- danc'e. Special Drone
buttals will be permitted four miii- The Ethel Fountain Hussey Room Dry Hair
utes. of the Women's League will be the - Regular Drene

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Teams Are Listed
Changes have been made in the
isteams as originally announced, and
\Fr /} today's schedule consists of the fol-
lowing: affirmative (Mosher Hall),
Jane Sapp. '41, and Norma Blair, '41,
vs. negative (Jordan Hall), Edith
Leveene, '41, and Mary Pattie, Room'
1025 Angell Hall: affirmative (Gam-
ma Phi Beta). Helen Jean Dean. '39.
and Jean Tibbets, '40. vs. negative
(Kappa Delta), Sue Kerr, 40, and
Florence Lightfoot, '38. Room 2003
Angell Hall.
# Affirmative (Collegiate Sorosis).
New pleated skirts, gay plaid jackets, bright soft sweaters are the Elizabeth Allington. '41, and Nina
kerfect combiriations for warm spring days. "Mix them or match McLellan, '40. vs. negative (Chi
them" is the motto of a well-known manufacturer and is now the i Omega), Elizabeth Mullin, '39, and
creed for campus styles. Any number of colors may be combined or the Faith Watkins, '39, Room 2029 Angell
outfit may be of one shade with perhaps just a touch of contrasting color I Hall; affirmative (Alpha Epsilon
for accent. Soft angoras and cashmeres lend a delicate note to rough Phi). Helene Rumizen, '40, and Ruth
tweed skirts and man-tailored jackets. Dressmaker styled jackets Jacobson. '40, vs. negative (Ann Ar-
bor Independents, Bernice Cohen,
too, have become quite popular. brIdeedns) em3 oe.
too,.haebcome.quitepopular..... ....,' 39. and Mary Tilk. '39Ed., Room 2016
Angell Hall.
" ' Timekecpers Needed
W m an MnI Each team is to bring a timekeeper,
stated Miss Olive Lockwood, adviser
fo the teas
Geodesy Is A.S.C.E. e rI Winners of these debates will meet
immediately after the contests in the
By ELLEN CUTH IERT Mary received her A.B. degree from Speech Office, Angell Hall, to deter-
EDITOR'S NOTE: This feature is on Albion College by transferring her mine sides and opponents for the
of a series of interviews with women credits back, so she will be given a . next elimination, which will take
students of the University who are BS.degreerom tUnestin place at 4:15 p.m. next Thursday.
studying in unusual departments. beio ie~nvi~y n __________
June. She belongs to the American-
Six miles of carrying a surveyor's Society of Civil Engineers, one of "
tripod and poles is not every woman's the reatively fe woen mber n
idea of a perfect day, but such a
jaunt holds no terrors for Mary Bas- Opportunity Scarce
tin 38,o Ab .Opportunity, in the form of the ,-ar e ei
tian, '38E, of Albion. United States government, refuses to
Miss Bastian, who is majoring in knock at the door of a woman with
geodesy and surveying, spent eight surveying ambitions. Governmental
weeks last summer at the University field work in surveying is an occupa-SS
surveying camp in Jackson, Wyo.- tion strictly limited to men. So.; Beating Mother Natuie to the
doing actual field work. There, the Mary hopes to get a position in a E asi wer the2 tate
students' course consisted in all-dayprvt crortn dig pcl punch as it were, the 24 initiates of
stuent' curs cnsitedin ll-ayprivate corporation doing special Scabbard and Blade, honorary mili-
hikes for the purpose of taking mea- clerical or office work-a field where tary society, burst forth in exotic
surements. She found the first week competition from other women will glry Wed y morh in baby
"rather tiresome," but after awhile be practically non-existant. But- blue uniforms and pre-Schiaparelli
she could keep up with the best of in spite of it all, she still likes to dobea.miecs-antire s ele
them, she said. Incidentally,{ hers was field work head pieces-the entire ensemble
the distinction of being the only wom- From her association with men faitly reminiscent of Mr. Roosevelt's
an attending the camp.unprize CCC outfits.
na.students, Mary has reached the con- Under the direction of Bill Cobey.
Inspiration Comes Late clusion that men are a lot more full- '38E, the boys have spent the week
Science was far from Mary's mind of-fun than women. They joke andlexecuting various initiation feats on
in her pre-university days, and chem- wise-crack most of the time, she says, the Diagonal and the library steps.
istry was the lone high school con- and don't get as serious about small John Cummiskey, '38, spent Thursday
tribution to her present curriculum. matters as the opposite sex does. night auctioning off the Main Li-
It was at Albion College during her --brary, Dick Parsons, '39E, crept up
freshman year that she first became !.on the cracks in the sidewalk and Lew

scene of Tau Epsilon Rho's closed
informal dance. Bill McKay and
his orchestra will provide the music
for the affair which will be chap-
eroned by Judge and Mrs. Charles
Rubiner of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. 727 North University
Harry Bloom- of Ann Arbor.

yesterday. interested in engineering. Three fac-
Miss Allington is in charge of the tors operated in Mary's decision to
Ruthvea Teas to be given May 4 and enter the pre-engineering school at
May 11. Miss Haislip heads a com- the College after her first semester
mittee of guides who will escort there. First, none of the common
visitors , around the camlus. Ex- women's professions especially ap-,
change dinners between fraternities pealed to her; secondly, during that
ange dinnes between frratnies yfirst semester, she had found mathe-
and sororities will be arranged by matics exceptionally interesting to
MissClrndgdher; and lastly, her grandfather was
Chairmen of undergraduate and an engineer, which made for thoughts
foreign teas will be appointed next running along that line. After two
semester and the positions will ro- more years at Albion, she began
tate in order that more people may studying civil engineering at Michi-
gain experience. gan.
Civil engineering is closely related
Wonlen's Bowlin Meets to geodesy, Mary says, and led her
to an interest in the latter subject.
Winners Are Announced Geodesy, for the benefit of the unin-
itiated, is surverying that takes into
Kappa Delta won the A division of account the curvature of the earth's
the intramural women's bowling meet surface. She eliminates longer de-
by defeating Alpha Omicron Pi 791 to scriptions and sums it all up by say-
716 and Kappa Alpha Theta defeated ing, "They have to correct it for al--
Martha Cook Building in the B divi- most everything you can think of."
sion with the scores being 532 to 514. A summer in Albion doing field work
Dorothy Maul, '39, who bowled for for a private surveyor is responsible
the Kappa Delta team was high scor- for the inclusion of surveying in her
er of all four teams, with the score course.
168 for one line. At the end of her junior year here,

ternianI rama'
Are On Sale A
Tickets for the Germ
Konzert," which will
at 8:30 p.m. Monday
Mendelssohn Theatre i
will go on sale today a
box-office. The ticket
at 35 and 50 cents.
This is the third an
Play sponsored by the]
rein since the World V
are also available at
office.
y-

Tickets Bulkley, '38, gave a spirited rendition
At League of the Rebel yell, "Yay for the 'Con-
'fedacy!' "
ian play "Das An attack upon the crowd lining
be presented the library steps was effectively
in the Lydia quelled by a bombing squadron led
n the League by Scott Royce, '39E, and Hank
t the Theatre Fedziuk, '39E, since named "Tail-
ts are priced skid," who lost control of his plane,
crashed to earth among the campus
mal German trees.
Deutscher Ve- Saturday morning the initiates will
War. Tickets hike out to the Loch Alpine Country
the German Club to do K.P. duty and stand guard
throughout the night.

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