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THE lMItHIGAN DAILY

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DuBey Lecture
On NewCounc
To Use Rackham Building
As Center Of Activities
For New Organization
Robert Dufey, Grad., explained
the organization of the Graduate
Council at the weekly Graduate Lun-
cheon which was held yesterday in
the Russian Tea Room in the League.
The Graduate council is a com-
mittee composed of delegates of grad-
uates recommended by the heads of
the various University departments.
This body' elected the executive com-
mittee which is composed of the of-
ficers and chairmen oft he standing
committees.
The Council is planning to center

Mopin On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
The arrival of summer is being heralded by the many de-coated fellows,
cotton dresses and ice cream cones. Sally Orr, Norene Crotty, Sally Con-
nery, Dotty White, Betty Hood, Charlotte Poock and scores of others have
been seen wandering around campus very busy licking the cooling cones.
The lieat was so oppressive at the W.A.A. Board meeting that Jane Dunbar,
Helen Wolf, Mary Richardson, Dorothy Maul, Betty Lou Witters, Alberta
Royal, Florence Corkum, Ginny Allen, Irene Sabo, Beth O'Roke, Marjorie
Merker and Buffy White all turned thieves and drank thecooling beverage
that was there for the fencing club tea. Norma Curtis was
quite disturbed during the meeting for friend boardees seemed
m'uch more interested in the band and R.O.T.C. which were
without, than they did in W.A.A. affairs. Archery Club ran off
and evaded the weather when they adjourned to the Island
for a picnic after the regular shoot. They are planning big
things-a telegraphic meet with the Mid-West section and a meet
with Michigan State, Play Day. Hopes for good old Michigan
are centered on the Margarets Van Ess and Bowyer who were

Foreign Group
To Visit School

Star
To

Commonwealth Trip
Be TakenSaturday

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third
in a series of interviews with women
Who are individual in their selection of
courses of study.

Reservations for a trip to the Star
Commonwealth at 1 p.m. Saturday,
must be made today in Room 9 U.H.,
it was announced by Howard Holland,
'38, member of the International
Council.
The school, which takes care of un-
derprivileged children between the
ages of 9 and 19, has at present an
enrollment of 100 children. Special
features of the school are its unique
methods of treatment and its modern
buildings.
The groups which will take the
trip will be composed of both foreign
and American students, and will meet
Saturday in the lobby of Angell Hall.
It is being sponsored by the Intra-
mural Council.
This will be the first of the spring
trips following a successful series of
similar trips last fall, Holland said.
He explained that the trips were in-
itiated in order to make it easier for
foreign students to gain an under-
standing and comprehension of Amer-
ican life and institutions, and also to
forward relationships between stu-
dents of various countries and univer-
sities.

By BETTIE HOWARD
Wearing dirty overalls, tearing
greasy motors apart, cutting pipe
and threading it are all just interest-r
ing parts of the day's work for Jean-
netta Campbell, graduate student.
Miss Campbell is taking graduate
work in electrical engineering and
lighting. When she transferred to
Albion Collegenafterher sophomore
year, she enrolled in the pre-engi-
neering course. Perhaps the fact that
her father is an electrical engineer
influenced her in her decision. At
any rate, she plans to work with
him after her studies are completed.
Miss Campbell thinks that electric-
al engineering is one of the better
branches of engineering, because
there are comparatively few people
in it. She means to make certain
that she will have a job for she has
the unusual combination of art and
engineering to her credit.
Miss Campbell pointed out that
most designers of lighting fixtures
have beautiful and artistic ideas but
they are not efficient ones; whereas,
most engineers have good, practical
ideas but the results are very unat-
tractive from an artistic standpoint.
She has combined art and engineering

in her curriculum so as to mee booth
of these problems. At Albion Col-
lege she majored in art, and now is
taking architectural work to gain
better ideas of artistic and efficient
construction.
Most of her time is spent in study-
ing lighting design and in actually de-
signing fixtures, for it is this part
of her work that she enjoys most,
she says. Music still holds great in-
terest for her, and only recently she
attended the National Music Camp.

Woman Student Combines Art
With Engines To Build Career)

A.A.U.W. To Hold
Meeting InChicago
The sixth biennial conference of
the North East Central section of
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women will be held tomorrow
and Saturday at the Palmer House in
Chicago.
Ii u , School of Social

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Dancing
Taught daily, 10 to 10.
Terrace Garden Studio
2d Floor, Wuerth The-
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its activities in the Rackham Build-1
ing. Intellectual, social and athletic
activities will be organized for grad-
uate students. , Thurston Stenson,
Grad., described the interior of the
Rackham Building.
Don P. Reynolds, Grad., explained
the Constitution of the Council. The
Council is an attempt to coordinate
graduate students and will hold fort-
nightly meetings for the student
body. In the future the members of
the Council will' be elected by the
students. They will le elected pro-
portionally according ,to the number
of graduate students in the various
schoolsiand departments of the
University.

high scorers at the meeting.
T ri Delt To Swim For Michig ra...

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WHAT wonderful memories
awaken in this magic word - - -
MOTHER!
Remember your Mother with a
Greeting Card - especially pre-
pared for, this nationally recog-
nized day for Mothers. It will
please her.

Michigras will be this week-end and lots and lots of people are getting
excited about the parade The W.A.A. swimming pool will be featured and
the Tri Delts will dress up in bathing suits for the occasion. Harriet
Sharkey, Margaret Mulcahey, Louisa Penny, Roberta Leete, Doris Holt,
Jane Grove and Harriet Thom will all be dwarfs to escort Snow White, Mary
McClure, on the Theta float. Minnie is going to try to be around for the
food when Delta Gamma emerges with its pop corn float. Betty Ward
will be Queen Popcorn. Also next week-end will see the Rococo Revels and
Dottie Barrett, Ann Willys, Kay Roderick, Ibby Bruy-
..ere, Grace Lambrecht, Margaret Whittemore and Ev-
-, .elyn Kalk have all been putting in time in the drafting
room.
TheRuthvens Meld their next-to-last tea of the
year yesterday. 'Betty Rouse, Lacy Thomas, Bob
Goodyear, and Hank Watson all seemed fascinated by
the white snap dragons in the center of the table.
Jane Nussbaum and Jean Smith were both holding
court with lots of males around. Max Hodge and Hope
Petrouleas were both there as was Vi Broadbeck. Charles Frost was running
aroundB very ill at ease in the only white coat at the party Professors Aiton
and Weaver and Dean Bursley were holding up the faculty end of society.
Great Consternation At League...0

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Eight Women's
Groups Etter
Parade Floats
Floats will be entered in the Mich-
igras parade, which will start at 3 p.m.
tomorrow, by seven sororities and
Martha Cook building.
The proposed swimming pool of the
Women's Athletic Association will be
featured by Delta Delta Delta and
Kappa Delta. The former group will
have a pool built on a truck and the
women attending it will don bathing
suits. Kappa Delta will have women
in sport outfits putting coins in a
box for pool contributions.
Delta Gamma which is having a
pop corn booth, will have a huge
pop corn ball on its truck.Alpha Phi
will be represented by three riders,
who will carry banners asking ob-
servers to come to the Alpha Phi sho
'shine booth at the Michigras.
Kappa Alpha Theta is carrying
out, the Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs idea both in the booth and
inrthe.parade. Pi Beta Phi will also
carry out the same idea in its booth
andinthe arade.In the former
will be found Esquire dancing and the
float will contain a model of Mr. Es-
quire.
Martha Cook Building will have
four bicycles and one tadem on its
float, to carry out the theme of the
bicycle raffle which they are con-
ducting at the Micl'igras Friday and
Saturday The women on the tan-
depi\ will wear old fashioned clothes
Pianist Gives
Concert Here~
Helen Haupt Plays Classics
At Pettengill Auditorium
Helen Haupt, graduate of the
University of Washington in 1936,
gave a piano recital at 8:15 p.m.
yesterday'in the Pattengill Auditor-
ium.
The numbers on Miss Haupt's pro-
gram included: "Partita in B Flat
Major" by Bach; "Etudes Symponi-
ques" by Schumann; "Capriccio in F
Sharp Minor, Opus 76, No. 1,', "In-
termezzo in A Flat Major Opus 76,
No. 3," "Intermezzo in A Mapor, Opus
76, No. 6," and "Capriccio in B Minor,
Opus 76, 60. 2" by Brahms; "Etude in
F Major, Opus 25, No. 3" and "Etude
in F Major, Opus 10, No. 8" by Chop-
in; and "Variations on a Theme of
Paganini" by Brahms.k
Sponsors of the recital were Mu
Phi Epsilon, of which Miss Haupt is
a member, Regent and Mrs. Junius
Beal, President and Mrs. Ruthven,
Vie-President and Mrs. James Bruce,
Vice-President and Mrs. Clarence
Yoakum, Dean Alice Lloyd, Mr. Field-
ing H. Yost, director of athletics, and
Mrs. Yost, Prof. and Mrs. Palmer
Christian, Prof. and Mrs. John Daw-
son, Prof. and Mrs. DeWitt Parker,
Prof. and Mrs. Warner Patterson,
Prof. and Mrs. Marland Small.
Prof. and Mrs. John Waite, Prof.
and Mrs. John S. Worley, Dr. and
Mrs. Herman L. Blumgart, Mrs. R.
Bishop Canfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
B. Earhart, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Geh-
ring, Mr. and Mrs. George Gould,
Mr. and Mrs. John Haien, Mrs. Ev-
ans Holbrook and others.

There was great consternation at the League yesterday when they
ran out of petitions for committees. But Jeanne Davis, Una Helley, Margaret
Bidlock, Edna Kearney and Nancy Gossard all did well by
themselves on improvised sheets. Freshman Project is in
full swing now and Ruth Davis with Ellen Rhea, Betty
Hepler, and Virgina Kielholtz have all been racking their"
respective brains for ideas.
Baseball proceedings were somewhat interrupted the
other day when the Alphi Chi catcher lost parts of her
watch and the game with Jordan was called to find said
missing parts. Kappa Delta, Alpha Delta Pi, Tri Delt and
Alpha Omicron Pi have all been playing. And also on
Palmer Field Melba Marks, Mary Goodrich, Dottie Davis,
Francis Flaherty, Genevieve Spurgeon (of the autographed
broken leg) and Nedra Lutz were all worshiping at the shrine of the
great god,, So1.
The University women's hockey club will play the Ann Arbor women's
hockey club at 4:30 p.m. today at Palmer Field. The University team will be
made up of Mary Richardson, Joan Bevington, Dorothy Cowan, Doris Cran-
more, Helen Wolf, Mary Eleanor MacCready, Virginia Storts, Jane Grove,
Dorothea O rtmayer, Lola Borgemeister a d Jean. Millard.
The 1938 Dramatic Season
May 16 through June 18
PAtJLINE LORD - ALINE MacMAHON - JANE COWL
"The Ghost of Yankee Doodle"; "Lixiom''; "The Late Christopher
Bean;" "French Without Tears;" "Rain from Heaven."
Prices: $2.50, $3.60, $4.80 and 66.60 for Season Tickets
SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Garden Room - Michigan League

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