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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Knight .Pate
By MAPJANNE

Another spring weekend passed and finals drawing still nearer ... but
the campus kept up its social life with numerous house dances . . . and many
mothers were entertained by their college children, too.
Mary Alice MacKenzie was in Detroit for a while visiting some friends
in the company of her family whe were here for the week-end . . Mary-
Wickes and her parents who were her guests for the week-end, went into
Dearborn Saturday to spend the afternoon at Greenfield Village.. Marjorie
Strand and Chuck O'Brien escorted Mrs. Strand to the local theatre
oatwday night.
Marg Braden and Bill Dobson were at the Alpha Delt table at the Leaguet
Saturday. Jean Donaldson and Blake Thaxter were seen talking to Phil
Gallagher and Dave Ladd , . . Phil Kennedy and Rodger "Salty" Yepsen
applauded Charlie Zwick's music . . . Jean Lee and Ed Dupre were dancing
in front of the mike . . . Stephanie Parfet and San Ladd were seen as
they entered the ballroom. A pan bf candy to Bud Wells-for his birth-
dayi
At the Mosherformal Friday night the,candid cameramen caught shots
of Judith Frank and Herm Fishman doing some :super-specialdancing ...
Margie Myers, president of the dormitory, was flitting hither and yon with
Jim O'Brien in her immediate wake . .liz Schweikhard with Chuck
Spooner agreed with Harriet Jawitz that trumpeter Irv Clammge's second
"ride" .was better than Bunny Berrigan. . . Marge Allison and Enmery Stod-
dard refrained from joining in the general busting spree . . .Jean Rosin,
Bob Herman, Martha Burns and Dave Coter divided the evening between
Mosher and Jordan dances.
Ala Sigs Mae Meerry...
Ted Madden's rendition of "Melancholy Baby" made the Alpha Sig
dance a party to be remembered . . . Helen Jesperson and Ted Miller were
enjmoying the general fracas . . . Ruth Kinsey .and Les Eames were talking
in thedoorway with Helen -Barnett and Dan Shaw ... Ruth Mary Stone and
Karl Wifner listened intently to Max Stout and Paul Cook's harmonizing;
on "PleaselBe Kind."
rBarb W eat, Bud Kirk, Patty Haislip,. Bill Miller, .Bev Bracken and Bill
Canfield ,are some of those who almost got :stranded Friday night at the_
Postmnan's Ball at Whitmore Lake. It seems that the postman had promised
to bring them home, and at one o'clock told them they could ride with any one
oft he slightly inebriated strangers who wereheading home at that time. The
group got home just in time to nake the dead-
Larry Luoto and Marie Dery of Fenton were
among those present" at Phi Epsilon Kappa
dance at W.A.B. , . . Vicky Morrell and -Hanley
Staley .listened to the strains of Bill Frazier's
musicmith a fAr-away look in the eye... Har-
old Nichols and Doris Staebler'entered breezily=
and just a. bit late ... Kooman Boycheff and
Jean Goroh were seen talking to the chaperons.
At theNewman Club dance Don Siegel, gen-
eral chairman, was seen with Ruth Kanowski,,
Genevieve Spurgeon, with Bob Wayne, was do-
ihg famously on a pair of crutches, Libby Unti and Johnny Center, Betty.
Strickroot and Tony Yoakum, Ann Sheahan and John O'Hara, were grouped
around the cotton-covered lambs which were Marguerite MQuillan's
creation (rumor has it that there is a strong resemblance to dogs and
cats in the lambs.) Marguerite, by the way, was with Howard Lentz.
Danin AThATHos..
Ruth Washburn and Harry Clark were swinging it at the ATO dance
:. . Tad Lynch and Tom Courtney were whispering excitedly to Ted Frazier
and Nancy Saildert .. . Betty Thompson (better known.as Tommy) was with
Kenny Meyers.. , Lorraine Haskins and Art Brandt, Jean Hastie and Fred
Guertler, Betty Ward and Gordon Potter, John Clark and Phyllis Elder
were all enjoying John MacDonald's inimitable music.
Saturday night at Barton Hills-just dancing-were Emily Sanderson
and Dwight Adams, Nancy Murray and Jim Hammond, Jack Chapmanr
and Jean Smith, Ruth Allen and Paul Draper, and of. in a corner-Ann
Vedder and Mike Neal.
At the {Huron Hills 'Country Club a lot of Sigs Eps were dancing.
Edward Weiss was there with Edna Peterson, Russell Reeves with Helen
McCrae, Robert Row with Toby Davis, M rshall Smith with Barbara
Palcot, George l ewcomb with Sally Secrest, Robert Wheaton with Ruth
Fitzpatrick, Edwrd Johnson with Alice' Jo Sanford-all of them dancing
to Russ Rollins' music.
Delta Sigma Pi, business ad 'fraternity, boasts a number of married
couples in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rohn, Jr. and Mrs. Edward Yen-E
.,ner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and Mr. and Mrs.
Dudley Phelps (the last two couples chaperoned.)P
John Campbell was seen dancing with Lydia Foote;.
Bob Thome with Anna Deas, Jack Erhardt with Mary
Mikulich,. Ray Conrad with Jessie Beveridge, and
Kenneth Kilgore with Jean Craver.
At'the Alpha Gamma.Delta formal Peg Johnson,
and Jerry Mitchell were having a wonderful time ...1
Arky Carlson and Louis Flora were watching Jimmyt
Fischer and his boys... Marcella Markland and Jack
Keegan were talking with Madelaine Cadagan and Jack Fitts . . . Jane Re-
Shore and Dick Morton formed a Big Apple with Fran Kahrs and ErrettE
Conway, Sue Vogt and Forest Bartlett.E
Mothers See College Life..
Mothers again come into the limelight - at the Theta house Mrs.D
Sharkey, Mrs. Fullenider, Mrs. Schaeffer and Mrs. Bolitho played bridgek

Saturday morning while daughters, Harriet, Janet, Betty and Louise were
at school. Fathers and mothers were entertained after dinner Sunday with
songs by their daughters under the direction of Harriet Shackleton. Louisex
Stone's mother had come from Pasadena, California to spend the week-end°
and the remaining weeks before graduation with.their daughter, Louise.
Mr. and Mrs. Stowe, parents of Ella Stowe, came from Richmond, Va., for1
the week-end at Delta Gamma. Other par-
ents who came for the week-end were Mr.
Young, Betty's father, Dottie Baxter's mother E
and father, Mary Alice MacKenzie's from Chi-
cago, Ginny Eaglesfield's, the parents of Helen r
Purdy and Dutch Van Dyke, Jean Bourg, and .."
Mary Rall. "r.
Celebrating Friday before Daily appoint-
ments Saturday were Phil Westbrook and Bud -
Everett who were hollering for less quiet . . .
Dick Knowe, picking his perpetual piece on thej
piano keys .'.. Earl Gilman and Hal Goldman,

Lantern Night
Committeemen
Are Appointed
MarchT o Palmer Field
To Leave At 7:30 P.M.
Monday From Library
The committee for Lantern Night,
which will be held Monday, were an-
nounced recently by the committee
chairman.
The patrons committee is made up
of Virginia Mulholland, '39, chair-
man, Margery Lee Lehner, '39, Helen
McRae, '39P, Elizabeth Mullin, '39.
Ellen St. John, '41, and Faith Wat-
kins, '39. Alberta Royal, '40, is help-
ing Mary Alice MacKenzie, '39, who
is in charge of the line of march.
The committee in charge of sing-
ing is composed of Beth O'Roke, '40A,
chairman; Evelyn Brown, '41, Anne
Hawley, '40 and Miriam Szold, '40, in
charge of seating arrangements; Vir-
ginia Bensley, '39A and Lillian Zim-
merman, '40A, in charge of programs;
Betty Hill, '40A, Mary McClure, '39.Ed
and Nancy Stonington, '39A, in charge
of invitations; and Barbara Telling,
t40, music chairman.
List Is Concluded
Belle Calkins, '41, Claia Lenfestey,
'41A, Elizabeth Patten, '39Ed, Betty-
Lou Witters, '4lEd&A and Helen
Wolf, '40, are serving on the com-
mittee in charge of lanterns. Mary
May Scoville, '40Ed, is chairman.
Sally Connery, '40Ed, Jean Hastie,
'39, Sally Orr, 40Ed and Mary Ellen
Spurgeon, '40Ed, are on the publicity
committee, which is headed by Jean
McKay, '40. Norgia Curtis, '39, is
general chairman of the event.
The Lantern Night line of march
ill form at 7:30 p.m. in front of the
3eneral Library. Senior women,
vearing caps and gowns and carry-
ng lanterns, will be escorted by wom-
,n of the other three classes to Pal-
ner Field.
Groups Participate In Sing
All sororities, dormitories and in-
:iependent zones have been invited
o participate in the Lantern Night
Sing, which will follow the tradi-'
;ional event honoring senior;women.
rhe sing is an innovation in the Lan-
;ern Night festivities and is limited to
35 members from each group. The
Women's Atheltic Association will
%ward a cup to the winner of the
ling.
Five senior women have been
3hosen to lead the line of march.
'hey are Hope Hartwig, former presi-
dent of the League, Mary Johnson,
former president of the Women's Ath-
letic Association, Angelene Maliszewv-
ki, former president of the Judiciary
council, Harriet Shackleton, former
)resident of Panhellenic Association,
md Helen Jesperson, former presi-
lent of Assembly.

Spring Indispensable
4 <°
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Nothing will be more practical in
the collegiate wardrobe this spring
than a tailored sports costume. This
shirtwaist style dress will be right
for spectator sports as well as for
active participation.
Rural S c enes
Will Decorate
Decorations' for the Strawberry So-
cial and the Hayseed Hop, which are
being given by the, fresh n-an women
at 8 p.m. Friday were announced yes-
terday by Kathryn Palmer, '41, chair-
man of decorations, and Janet Homer,
'41, chairman of the Strawberry So-
cial.
The Strawberry, Social will be held
on the League parkway. Lanterns will
-be strung from tree to tree and will
represent red strawberries. There
will be one long table behind which
the' girls will stand and serve the
sundaes, while smaller tables will be
spread over the parkway for the
guests.
The League Ballroom, where the
Hayseed. Hop is to be held, will be
decorated 'as a barnyard with picket
fences, haystacks, and other :rural
objects. Theie will be a picket fence
around th orchestra and the chape--
ons will be put in "horse Stalls"
University [igh Schol ,
Faculty rTo Hold Picnic
A picnic for faculty members of
the.University High School will be.
given. "Thursday. at the County Park
beyond Delhi, Prof. Raleigh Schor-.
ing of the education school, chair-
man, has announced.
The entertainment will consist of
gaines from 5 to 6 p.m. with a picnic
supper served at 6 p.m. In case of
rain, dinner will be served, in. the
school cafeteria, with a program of

movies following
Instructions for minimum equip-
ment to bring were "cup and spoon,"
while maximum equipment was list-
ed as "same as the above."
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Council Planis
IFiiilMeeting
Foreign Group Will Meet
Sunday In The Union
The final Sunday night program of
the year sponsored by the Interna-
tional Council will be held Sunday at
the Union, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson,
counselor of foreign students, has
announced.
A buffet supper at 6 p.m. at the In-
ternational headquarters in the Union
will precede the pr:ogramxhich is to
be presented by the Flipino students.
The entertainment will take place at
7 p.m. in Room 316 of the Union, to
accommodate the larger number ex-
pected to attend, and will feature na-
tive dances, singing and speaking. All
foreign students and others who are
interested are invited to attend, Prof.
Nelson stated.
Prof. .and Mrs. Nelson , will give
a farewell party from 4 to 6 p.m.
Sunday for all foreign students who
are leaving campus this semester.

Opportunities Are Open e
To WomenB y Special
Training In Business
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last in ,a
series of interviews with women who are
unusual in their selection of coursesof
study.
By ELLEN CUTHBERT

teaches you to work with men, "be-
cause it's a man's school, pure and
simple," as another value of the
course.

Practical Aspects Of Business
Administration'Ata c omer

ck0eddings
, and

&lgagernents
Elizabeth Voorhees, daughter of
Mrs. Florence Voorhees and the late
Alston Voorhees, and Newman -Thi-
bault, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Thibault, were married at 8 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Congregational'Church
in Detroit.
Mr. Thibault, a graduate of Dart-
mouth won his master's degree at
Syracuse University and has done
research work at Virginia Polytech-
nic Institute and also at the Univer-
sity.
Mr and Mrs. William Fritchey, of
Detroit, announce the engagement (/
their daughter, Barbara Jean Frit-
chey, to Marcel Phillips, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Phillips, also of
Detroit. Mr. Phillips, a graduate of
the University, is a junior at the
Wayne University Law School.
At a party given by Helen Jean
Edwards at her home Saturday, the
date was announced on which Miss
Marion Hodson, '38, of Ann Arbor,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Hodson, will be married to Louis La-
don, '38, of Ann Arbor. son of Mr.
and. Mrs. Frances Landon. -
The wedding will take place June
18 in the Michigan League,. when Miss
Hodson and Mr. Landon have grad-
uated from the University.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wasey of
Birmingham, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Eleanor Wa-
sey, to Donald Maentz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Maentz, of Allegan,
at a party Saturday afternoon in the
bride's home.
Miss Wasey, '37, is a member of
Collegiate.Sorosiswat the University.
Mr. Maentz .graduated from Leland
Stanford University.
CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
The Spanish,, Club has elected the
following as their officers for the
coming -year: Alfred -.Hower, presi-
dent; Margaret Carr, vice-president;
Carmen McKell, secretary and Felipe
Silva, treasurer.

The practical aspect of business ad-
ministration was the main factor op-
erating in the decision of Mary Ben-
nett and Janet Jackson, both '38BAd,
to major in this course.I
Both women believe that it will of-
fer them an opportunity to advance'
beyond ordinary stenographic work
into something more specialized. Miss
Bennett -said, "It's hard to say just
what .got me into it, except that I
wanted a job, and thought it was the
best training I could get." She is
majoring in marketing, and hopes'
to, do work in this field after graduat-
ing. She explained the scarcity of
women in business administration by
the fact that most of them have not
heard of it, adding that more and
more of them' are beginning work in
it every year.
Merchandising Offers Future
"I think the best opportunity for a
woman is doing merchandising for
department or women's stores," Miss
Jackson stated. Marketing, adver-
tising, (including copy-writing,) and
a general course all offer a good fu-
ture for women too, she feels. Her
plan now is to begin insurance work
as a secretary. from which she hopes
to work up to something more.
"The whole value of the course,"
Miss Jackson remarked, "is in teach-
ing you how to approayh problems
and in' trainimig your thinking along
business rather than purely mechan-
ical lines. It also gives you a good
insight into how business problems
arise."
She lists the fact that the school
Archery Club
Enters Contest
Paces Teaim In Womien's.
Collegiate Tournament
The archery club has entered a
team in the ninth annual women's
inter-collegiate telegraphic archery
tournament, Irene Sabo, '39Ed., man-
ager, announced yesterday. The
tournament is sponsored by the Na-
tional Archery Association.
All club members are requested to
report at the regular meeting at 4:30
p.m. today on Palmer Field to shoot
off the major portion of the required
Columbia Round, Miss Sabo said.
The women who will participate
in the meet are Viola Rugis, '39Ed,
Marian Hazeltine, '39Ed, Margaret
Bowyer, 41, Margaret Van Ess, '41,
Meriam Clough, '41, Helen Pielemeier,
'41, Floris Compton, '41, Charlotte
Tuite, '41, Pattie Main, '40, Alice
Hopkins, '40, Robert Meyer, '40, Joan
Kraus, '41 and Miss Sabo.

Two Find No Prejudice -
The two find no prejudice against
them, and they are treated on an
equal basis with the men, they say.
They don't believe that women pay
more attention to little, unimportant
things than men do, and don't think
Sthat there, is any difference in their
attitude towards studies. Conserva-
tions are mostly about jobs, getting
work and sports. "They're all pretty
anxious to get out and get ahead,"
Miss Jackson says.
All in all, it's a very good course
for women, they agree, and they
"really don't know why mor women
don't take it, except that they con-
sider it a man's field."
Faculty Honored
By DeltaUpsilon
The Delta Upsilon faculty tea,
which was held from 4 to 6 p.m. Sun-
day, was attended by more than 300
guests.
Those in .the receiving line were
Prof. Arthur L.- Cross, Prof., Charles
A. Knudson, Prof. Karl Litzenberg
and Loren D. Packer, '39, president
of the. house.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, rs. James K.
Pollock, rs. Jesse S. Reeves, rs. Pres-
ton W. Slosson, Miss Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick, Mrs. ,S. each Conger and
Mrs. R. W. Smith poured for the tea.
ORIENTATlON C0MAITTEE
There will be a compulsory meet-
ing of the Women's Orientation Com-
mittee, including assistant and alter-
nates, with the exception of transfer
student advisers at 4:30 p.m. today,
Marcia Connell, '39,, announced yes--
terday. An unexcused absence will
signify withdrawal from the-commit-
tee, she said.
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CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

Alpha Epsilon Iota
Alpha Epsilon 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
Thompson, '41.M.
Alpha Kappa Lambda Initiates
Announcement was made recently,
of the initiation of the following men
into the Alpha Kappa Lambda fra-
ternity: Austin H. Beebee, '40E, High-
land Park; M. Lee Chrisman, '40SM,
Crown Point, Ind.; Raymond. L. Fred-
erick. Jr., '40, Saline; Kenneth L.
Kreuz, '40. Menominee and L. Jerome
Fink, '41E, Detroit.
Alpha Phi
The members of Alpha Phi sorority
entertained their parents Sunday,
May.15, at their annual Mothers' and
Fathers' dinner.
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Sigma Phi announces the
pledging of Gordon H. Arnold, '40E,
of Flint.I
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority recently
held a deans' dinner at the chapter
house. Guests included Dean Alice
Lloyd, Dean Jeannette Perry, Dean
Byrl F. Bacher, and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the League.
Triangle
Triangle announces the initiation
of Clayton .Lemneth, '40E, aid Rob-
-Irt W. Bishop, '41E.
The following officers were recently
nstalled: William R. Blakely, '39E,
)rcsident: James Bartlett, '39E, vice-
)resident; Kenneth R. Evenson, '39E,
treasurer: Arthur R. MacVitte, '40E,
house manager.
Xi Psi Phi
Xi Psi Phi announces the initiation
>f John McAlpin, '40; Miguel Pastra-
zio, '40; Gerald Bairows, '40: Anthony
Laforgia, '41;: Dr. George Marin,
3rad.; Oscar Deloreto, '41 and Wil-
lam Zakrejsek, '39.
ALUMNAE HOUSE
Alumnae House, at its recent elec-
tion, chose the following officers for
the cnming year: Beatrice Hopkins,

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harmonizing on 'se A-Muggin' . . . even Janie
Mowers, were having a hilarious time in a traditionally fine style.
To go from the sublime to the rediculous. or vice versa (depending on
your taste), we noticed Jenny Petersen and her mother, Ginny Voorhees
and hers, and dozens of Delta Gammas, Thetas, Kappas, and Sorosi ap-
plauding Nino Martini's performance Friday night. It's purely confidential,
but-did you see Eugene Armandy at a Liberty Street beer palace after the
performance? He was even more heartily received there than on the stage of
Hill Auditorium.
At the Phi Delt formal Dorothy Wagner, of Detroit, was talking with
-Arthur Sherman over the punch bowl . . . Hope Petroleus listened intently
while Jack Bensley explained the intricate ins and outs of a radio's delicate

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