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May 05, 1938 - Image 3

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Are Announced,
Miss Lockwood Releases
Names Of Chairmen
Judges and chairmen of the four
women's iatramural debates to be
held at 4:15 p.m. today in Angell Hall
have been announced by Miss Olive
Lockwood, adviser for the teams.
Prof. Carl Brandt of the speech
department will act as critic judge
of the contest between Martha Cook
and Delta Gamma team 2. Sybil
Swartout, '39, will be the chairman.
The Gamma Phi Beta vs. League
House Independents debate will be
judged by Mr. Harold Allen of the
English department, with Jean an-
Raalte, '40, chairman. Bill Kelley,
'38, will act as chairman of the Delta
Gamma team 1 vs. Jordan Hall de-
bate, which will be judged by Mr.
Arthur Secord of the speech depart-
Mr. Harold Westlake of the speech
department will judge the debate be-
tween Kappa Delta and Delta Delta

Students Will Issue
Souvenir 'Designer'
For Architects Ball
A special souvenir edition of "The
Designer," magazine put out by ar-
chitectural students, will be issued
for Architects Ball to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, May 6 in the
Armory, it was announced yesterday
by Henry Ruifrok, '38A, general chair-
The programs for the dance will
be "dance tallies," according to Jean'
Smith, '40A, program chairman.
There will be space for writing down
exchange dances, and a pencil will be
attached. Candid shots of last year's
dance and this year's committee ac-
tivities will be included in the pro-
gram. '
The ceiling of the Armory will be
covered with balloons, according to
Bill Elliott, '38A, head of the decora-
tions committee. Streamers and con-
fetti will add to the festive party
Tickets are on sale at the Union
and in the Architecture Building,
priced at $2.50 a couple.

'Hayseed Hopi'
Take Positions
Freshmen Will Sponsor
Strawberry Festival In
League Gardens
Committee members for the Hay-
seed Hop and Strawberry Festival to
be given by the freshman women May
20 at the League, have been an-
nounced by Helen Barnett, general
chairman for Freshman Project.
Miss Barnett also announced the
prices which will be 10c for the Straw-
berry Festival beginning at 8 p.m. on
the League lawn, and $1.25 per couple
for the Hayseed Hop which will start
at 9 p.m. in the League Ballroom.
Name Publicity Members
Members of the publicity committee
are Dorothea Ortmeyer, Marjorie Al-
lison, Helen Brown, Betty Burkhiser,
Anita Cavahlo, Marian Conde, Cath-
erine Forburg, Jean Farrell, Phyllis
Haffmier, Evelyn Icheldinger, Jane
Klein, Lillian Kazmark, Mary Mc-
Conkey, Mary Mustard, Frances Ne-
vin, Rosalyn Passman, Lou Ann Per-
ry, Eleanor Miron, Gilberta Roth-
stein, Jane Sapp, Elinor Sevison,
Shirley Tushbant, Elizabeth Ulrich,
Margaret Walsh, Ann Wehner, and
Marcia Wilk.
List Program Committee
Those who will assist on the pro-
gram committee are Charlotte Wiss,
Marjorie Strand, Virginia Brereton,
Evelyn Brown, Bell Calkins, Betty
Clark, Margaret Cornelius, Jeanette
Crammer, Ann Crowley, Jean Davis,
Dorothy Dunlap, Suzanne Flannigan,
Edna Kerney, Virginia List, Rhoda
Miller, Anna Pease, Jean Tenefosky,
Doris Merker and Yvonne Westerate.
The entertainment committee con-
sists of June Roberts, Joan Werblen,
Mildred Williams, Margaret Bidlack,
Eileen Bohnet, Charlotte Vignoe,
Grace Valtman, Betty Ann Chaufty,
Nellie Clark, Gertrude French, Mar-
garet Gose, Virginia Kielholtz, Betty
Kepler, Edith Levene, Suzanne Mor-
gan, Ellen Rhea, Helen Ryde, Marcia
Scharfman, Janet Sibley, Muriel
Skulte, Jane Pollack, Jane Grove and
Beverly Bracken.
More Members Named
On the music committee are Char-
line Ihnken, Maya Kruhzit, Jean Gall,
Edith Howell, Mary Moat, and Helen
Members of the decorations com-
mittee are Frances Allen, Dorothy
Cowan, Doris Mae Wechsler, Joan
Whiting, Ann Wills, Jane Ann Viss-
cher, Betty Mae Clement, Jean Fair-
fax, Barbara. Fisher, Barbara Gill,
Norma Kaphon, Joan Kraus, Clare
Lenfesty, Mary Mikulich, Esther Os-
ser and Louise Spenser.
Those assisting on the costume
committee are Eleanor Harris, Joan
Harris, Elizabeth Luckham, Doris
Nashold, Margaret Van Ess, Dorothy
Keene, Ann Vedder, Catherine Wede-
meyer, Evelyn Sislyn, Jane Ann Vis-
cher, Mary Lou Mills, Marion Clough,
and Helen Bohnsack.
Continue List of Names
The finance committee consists of
Maybelle Harsila, Mary Habrock, Al-
lison Curtis, Mary Henderson, Mary
Louise Rich, Virginia Vinnadge, Mar-
ian Harris, Lucille Heristis, Margaret
Hubbard, Betsey Lightner, Edith
Lynch, Alice Ward, Jane Wilson, An-
nebel Van Winkle, Helen Bohnsack,
Olga Mainkoff, Richarda Newberg,
Helen New, Dorothy Roth, Lee Hardy,
Suzanne Hopkins, Betty Mandel,
Mary Rodger, Thelma Mitchell, and
Betty Clark.
Plans for a float to enter in the
Michigras parade as advertising have
been rushed ahead. Those who will
participate in it are Miss Barnett,
Marjorie Forrestel, Emily Sanderson,
Ruth Davis, Janet Homer, Jeanne
Kaufmann, Margaret Whittemore,

Kathryn Palmer, and Jane Krause.
One of Charlie Zwick's "countrymen"
will, join in with rural versions of
"Turkey in the Straw."
League Petitioning,
Deadline Is Today
Today is the deadline for handing
in petitions for membership on seven
committees of the League. Petitions
will be accepted until 5:30 p.m. in the
League Undergraduate Offices.
Women may petition for more than
one committee, Jean Holland, '39,
president of the League said, and
they must petition for their positions
next year even though they belong
now to a committee.

Cool Despite Weather


House Activities incliude
Many houses announce initiations,
pledgings and results of recent elec-
Adelia Cheever
Officers of Adelia Cheever House
for the coming year are: Florence
Michlinsky, '39, president; Ragene
Lamming, '39, vice-president; and
Jean Ebersole, '40M, secretary-treas-
Alpha Epsilon Iota
Alpha Esilon Iota, medical soror-
ity, announces the initiation of the
following: Margaret Bentley, '41M;
Barbara Ensign, '41M; Stella Hazen,
'40M; Virginia Lane, '40M; Ruth
Moyer, '41M; Eleanor Smith, '41M;
Alice Stryker, '41M and Helen Thomp-
son, '41M.
Alpha Kappa Lambda
Alpha Kappa Lambda announces
the initiation, of Austin H. Beebee,
'40E, M. Lee Chrisman, '40SM, Ray-
mond L. Frederick, Jr., '40; Ken-
neth H. Heinger, '40; Kenenth L.
Kreuz, '40 and Jerome Fink, '41E.
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Frances Trudeau, '41, of
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta announces the in-
itiation of Barbara Shaw, '41, and the
pledging of June Bock, '40, of St.
Collegiate Sorosis
The following officers have been
installed: Patty Haff, '39, president;
Rebecca Bursley, '39, vice-president;
Pattie Haislip, '40, rushing chairman;
Nina McClellan, '40, recording secre-
tary; Ann Vedder, '41, corresponding
secretary; Beverly Bracken, '41, and
Mary Ellen Wheeler, '41, custodians.
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta announces the
installation of the following officers:
Charlene Vallet, '39, president; Mar-
garet McCall, '39, vice-president;
Buny Bain, '39, rushing chairman;
Jane Lyon, '39, social chairman; Alice
Frayer, '39, house treasurer.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi, professional busi-
ness fraternity, announces the elec-
tion of the following officers for next
year: Douglas Welfare, '39BAd, head
master; Wilson B. Archer, '38, senior
warden; A. B. Hicks, '39, treasurer.
The fraternity also announces the
pledging of George Woodford, '39 and
Paul Brigham, '38F&C.
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta announces the
instalaltion of the following officers:
Dan M. Belden, '39, president; Carl
D. Wheeler, '40, vice-president; Jack
Van Deusen, '39, treasurer.
The fraternity announces the
pledging of Ward Quaal, '41, of Ish-
peming, Robert Wagner, '41, of Dover,
Ohio and Robert Ulmer, '41. of Attica,
New York.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the in-
stallation of the following officers:
Betty Steinhart, '40, president; Edith
Coffman, '39, vice-president; Selma
Chibnik, '40, treasurer; Myrtle Prus-
sin, '40, secretary and Thelma Mitch-
ell '40, historian.
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi announces the initia-
tion of Betty Ann Chaufty, '41, Janet
Fisher, '41, Harriette Babcock, 41,
Marjorie Strand, '41, Mary Ashley,
'41, Janet Homer, '41, Doris Marsch-
ner, '40, Doris Merker, '41, Betsey
Honhart, '39, Helen Jean, '41, Ruth
Allen, '41, Annabel Van Winkle, '41,
Mary Alice McAndrew, '39, Joanna

Beem, '40, Bettie Nichols, '40, Mary
Martha Holbrock, '41, and Suzanne
Stevenson, '40.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon announces the
initiation of J. W. Foote, '40; C. D.
Simonds, '41; R. S. Shetter, '40E; C.
E. Schlegel, '40E; W. E. Kloeppel,.'41;
J. A. Meadows, '40; J. B. Schooley,
'39M; R. L. Roy, '40; T. G. Holcomb,
'38; H. N. Luttle, '40; R. W. Bogle,
'41 and B. W. Root, '39E.

Theta XI
Theta Xi announces the honorar
initiation .April .26 . of . Professo
William P. Wood and Clarence A
Siebert of the Engineering College.
Theta Xi held its fraternity elec
tions recently. The results were: Wi
lam Mason, '39E, president; Job
Fechnay, '39E, vice-president; Leste
Goda, '39E, treasurer; Kenneth Gat
thier, '39, house manager; Lerc
Fake, '40E, steward and Dayton Clos
ser, '40, secretary.



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To be really up to the minute one
designer suggests this cool print
frock. Emphasis on all the newest
flattering lines is seen in the full
pleated skirt, slim bodice and the
perky white flowers. A demure bon-
net with chin ribbons assures the
further success of the outfit.
T wo-Day Book
Sale To Begin
Proceds Will Be Used
For Scholarship Fund
Money for women's scholarships to
the University will be raised today
and tomorrow at a two-day book
and magazine auction at the Munici-
pal Market Place, on the corner of
5th and Detroit Streets.
Over 3,500 second-hand books have
been donated to th'e project by stu-
dents and townspeople. These range
from every type of subject and have
been priced, beginning with one-cent
The project is being sponsored by
the University of Michigan Alumnae
group and is headed by Margaret
Cowie. Other committee members are
Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Jr., Mrs. Ken-
dall Holmes, Harriet Heath, Marie
Abbot and Martha Wheeler.
There will be a meeting of Wyvern
at 5 p.m. today at the League.

How many of these questions can you -Answer?
1. What is the shortest time element an engineer has to
deal with?
2. How quickly can an 8000 H.P. slow-speed steel mill
motor be changed from full speed ahead to full speed
3. What is the most powerful Diesel-electric locomotive
in use today? What is its horsepower?
4. The purchase and development, of what' patents, by
whom, furnished the start of our present day universal
availability of electricity?
S. What are the lumens per watt of (a) a Mazda lamp (b)
a mercury lamp (c) a Neon lamp?
6. What isl the De-ion principle of arc control?
7. Who discovered it? Y
8. What is a "Spencer Disc?"
9. The new streamlined streetcars are called "P.C.C. " cars.
in, the industry. What do these letters stand for?
10. What initials, which in the United States mean simply
one of many U. S. broadcasting stations, form the word
for "broadcasting" in the Eskimo language?

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In1891 this writing desk type telephone was
installed in a Long Island general store. It was
a good telephone, but it could be connected
with only a part of the Bell System's 250,000
telephones in the country at that time. Service
was slow and expensive.
Year by year this strange looking telephone,
with a more modern transmitter and receiver
substituted from time to time, grew in useful.
ness as the Bell System Brew longer in reach-
shorter in time needed for making connections
..-higherin qualityv of service-lower in cost.


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