Moping On The Mali
By Meandering Minnie
J.G.P. news came out Tuesday afternoon, and 10, a new crop of B.W.O.C.'s
was born-and more power to 'em. A batch of radiant faees beaming above
corsages appeared on campus yesterday as the result. Joanne Westerman
the make-up chairman, couldn't be found, and she didn't know of her sudden
success until someone called her up to congratulate her. And then she didn't
believe it. Now all the men have to do is sit down
and worry whether or not they'll be in next year's
The Class of '41 has distinguished itself at this
early date by deserting tradition and giving a dance
instead of a pageant for their class project. Said f
party to be known as Hayseed Hop, and to be pre-
ceded by a strawberry social on the League- lawn.
Janet Homer, Helen Barnett, Marjorie Forrestel and
Margaret Whittemore, parts of the central commit-
tee, went up to spy on Ruth Davis the other night,u
as she was teaching tap steps to her committee which takes part in the
floor show of the dance. Bernadine Palmer was doing some checking up too
as she lurked around listening to the League orchestra rehearse. With fast
and furious meetings in Miss Mac's office from day to day, the project seems
to be coming along.
Tennis Club Is Confused. .
The Tennis Club met last week and after the confusion all blew over
it was found that Elizabeth Coons, Beth Mihlethaler, Roberta Moore, Dor-
othy Rogers, Cecily Forrest, Alberta Royal, Toby Davis, Ruth Barber,
., Margaret Waterston, Sally Wiedlein, Jean McKay, Merida
Hobart, Catherine Wedemeyer and Dorothy Maul were all ad-
. 'mittedas members.
Ginny Mulholland, Mary Mae Scoville, Ruth Hartman and
Norma Curtis all met at the W.A.A. Board meeting yesterday
to discuss Lantern Night and its heavy problems.
aiy Cold weather has put the damper on Palmer Field's pop-
ularity the last few days, but as usual, there persisted a few rugged
souls that wouldn't be daunted. Georgia Sadler and Mary Jo Harwood
have been out, with gusto, and Edith Leveene, Helen Hamburger, Florence
Grant and June Passman were seen warming up their congealed limbs
in a snappy game of doubles.
And because the Weather was the kind it's awfully easy to congeal in.
the Ruthven garden lost its last week's popularity when the last tea
of the season was held yesterday. But the tulips inside looked all warm
and springy and red-and-yellow, and spring clothes held sway. Mrs. Durfee's
choice was a fine printed sheer with a straw cartwheel hat.
Broken Records Prove Popular .. .
Will Be Today
e Semi-Finals Round Sees
Four Sorority Teams
Competing For Points
The semi-finals of the women's
intramural debate contest will be held
at 4:15 p.m. today in the League.
Four teams remain of the original 22
Gamma Phi Beta will uphold the
affirmative against Delta Gamma
team 1, and Delta Gamma team 2
will debate the negative against Kap-
S pa Delta.
The men's debate coach, Arthur
Secord of the speech department, will
, judge the contest between Gamma
t Phi Beta and Delta Gamma team 1
s which will be held in the Grand Rap-
ids Room of the League. Margaret
Ayres, '38, will act as chairman.
The Kappa Delta vs. Delta Gamma
team 1 debate, which will take place
, in the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room
of the League, will be judged by Mr.
Harold Allen of the English depart-
ment. The chairman will be Bar-
bara Bradfield, '38.
Winners of these contests will par-
ticipate in the championship debate
to be held at a date which will be an-
nounced later. The participants have
received two honor points for each
debate in which they have taken part.
Gov. Murphy Heads List;
Open Formal Will Be
' Tomorrow In Union
Patrons and patronesses for the
Open Spring Formal to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the
Union ballroom by the Newman Club,
were announced yesterday by Frederic
G. Hales, '39, chairman of the pa-
The list is headed by Gov. Frank
Murphy, President and Mrs. Ruthven,
Vice-President and Mrs. Shirley W.
Smith, Vice-President and Mrs. Clar-
ence S. Yoakum, Dean Henry C. An-
derson, Dean and Mrs. Henry M.
Bates, Dean and Mrs. Wells I. Ben-
nett, Dean and Mrs. Russell W. Bunt-
ing and Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bur-
Patron List Is Continued
Dean and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana,
Dean and Mrs. James B. Edmonson,
Dean and Mrs. Albert C. Furstenberg,
Dean and Mrs. Clare E. Griffen, Dean
and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, and President and Mrs.
Charles A. Sink will also be there.
Dean and Mrs. Howard B. Lewis,
Dean and Mrs. Charles T. Olmstead,
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Prof.
and Mrs. Roger L. Morrison, Prof.
and Mrs. Allen F. Sherzer, Rev. Fr.
Thomas Carey, Rev. Fr. Clair J.
Berry, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Burke,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Burke, Dr.
Elizabeth Crosby and Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur W. Stace are also included.
More Names Are Given
lion. Robert Clancy, Miss Martha
Colborne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
Cook, Miss Mary Doherty, Dr. and
Mrs. Louis J. Gairepy, Dr. and Mrs.
John B. Heles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Warren Jones, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kronner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ma-
gee, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick MGaw,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Merrick, Mrs.
Edwin L. Miller, Col. James M. O'-
Dea, Mr. and Mrs. John P. O'Hara,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Strickroot from
Detroit and Mrs. Katherine Cook are
Says Assistant Deans Of Women
By JENNY PETERSEN sums of $19,436.85 earned in dormi-
[aintaining a good scholarship rec- tories, $6,336 in the League and $5,-
and working for all or part of 220 in restaurants, and tearooms.
.r college expenses are not incom- This year demands for student help
ble tasks for women, in the opin- have shifted from office work to cook-
of Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher and Miss ing and serving in private homes, Mrs.
nette Perry, assistant deans of Bacher said, and a woman proficient
men. in cooking can+ earn as much as an
Jusually the woman who is obliged expert stenographer. Students able
work also has the ambition and to bear the responsibility for prepar-
erverance to be a good student," ing an entire meal get 40 cents per
. Bacher said. Although the aver- hour, while those who merely help
s of women worinipg last year with the preparation of it earn 35
e not been compiled, Mrs. Bacher cents per hour.
ited out that two years ago there Another type of student assistance
e only two E's among the grades- which has been much in demand this
26 women earning full board and year is taking care of children in the
. ievening. Although the wage rate for
Time Is Well Budgeted I this kind of work is only 30 cents per
n spite of the possibility that too hour, many students prefer it because
ny hours, of work can be detri- they can take care of several families
ital to both scholarship and each week and also do their studying.
Ith, Miss Perry believes that most
he women working here know how PUBLICITY COMMITTEE TO MEET
budget their time well, and she There will be a meeting of the
>hasizes the fact that Alumnae League Publicity committee at 4 p.m.
tse, most of whose residents work, today in the Undergraduate Offices.
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Masculine note: Varsity pitchers Jack Barry and Burt Smith
curves by main strength and awkwardness at the Broken Record
the notorious gichigras last weekend. No
percentage in that, seems as though.-.
Those rural figures with straw fair-
ly popping out of their ears down in An-
gell Hall Lobby are merely freshmen sell-
ing tickets, Lucille Heustis was peering
out from a sunbonnet yesterday.
Crop and Saddle admitted Evelyn Dock
into the sacred fold the other day,
The Kappa Alpha Thetas beat Tri-
Delt in a baseball game last night by 21
to 14. Jane Grove captained the Theta team and Mary Rodgers was at the
head of the Tri Delts. Kappa Kappa Gamma, led by Betty Mandel, whipped
the A. E. Phi's too. Score-22 to 17. Zelda Davis was the Alpha Epsilon Phi
The crucial time of year is fast approaching, when "appointments," blue
books, grades and unpaid bills all rear their ugly pusses. Sad. There may
be a mouse next week.
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