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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Mop

ing On The Mail
By Meandering Minnie

Senior
Entertainme-

Women

To

Be

Honored At

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To Have Lead In Play

Breezes blow,
the outdoors with

little flowers grow and the sports enthusiasts take t
vim, vigor, and vitality, and not even an occasional sun-

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burn can dull their enthusiasm.
Golf looms up as a permanent pastime from now
on. VIRGINIA FREY has been practising her follow
throughs and putting putt-putts at Palmer Field the
last few days. And then we saw MARTHA TILLMAN,
MARJORIE TATE, ANNA JEAN WILLIAMS, BETTY
JACKSON, VIRGINIA DUMOND, and ELAINE AL-
PERT at a meeting of Pitch and Putt Club Monday.

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Softballers Swing Into Action....
. Softball is the talk of all good sports enthusiasts what with the tourna-
ment well under way. Jordan played Newberry Tuesday to the tune of 23-4
in favor of the Jordan girls. JANE CONNELL made the first home run of
the season, and MARY RICHARDSON followed her example. NORMA VINT
and MARGARET COTTON filled the pitchers box. BARBARA SUFFRIN,
BETTY STIGLITZ, DOROTHY WALKER and JEAN SHAPIRO were all
out for Jordan and they say they want the cup again this year. For New-
berry we saw PATRICIA WALPOLE, MARGARET THORNHILL, DORO-
THY TURNER, ANNE PASCHAL, and BETTY WIBEL.
The last fencing meet of the season was held Saturday when our team
defeated the Olivet fencing team' 8-5. JANE SCOTT, JULIA ANN UPSON,
DOREEN VOILES, MARY LOU MILLS, and NINA SVIDLER were on
the team.
Horseback riding comes in for its share of attention, and Sunday
seems to be the favorite day to take to the bridle paths. MARI EICHEL-
BERGER, TOM KEPPELMAN, JIM NIELSON, JANE VENELL, BILL
GRAM, and BILL. COMSTOCK were among those out last week.
Then there was a bicycle party Monday afternoon where we saw
PEGGY NIELSON, HELEN MOSHER and JANE BRICHAN having quite
a jolly time. It was all part of the program planned every Mon-
day afternoon with steak roasts, roller skating, hiking, dutdoOr' -
suppers in the offing and everyone welcome.
The Undergraduate Office teems with life and activity these1
days what with interviewing for both Orientation and JGP in.
full swing. ANNABEL VANWINKLE, ORA GROFT, BETSY
LIGHTNER, and MARGERY ALLISON were busily signing
lists to assure them' a place in line. GINNY OSGOOD and
JEANNE DAVIS were discussing the merits of having the Kappa
Theta baseball game postponed if they didn't make it right on
time while HELEN BARNETT, DOROTHY KEENE and HAZEL
JENSEN zoomed in and out until their turn came round. Then we saw
RUTH FITZPATRICK and GINNY BRERETON waiting patiently in the
hall until the fatal door should open.
At the Swing and Sway Session the other night the lads and lassies
went in for rhumbas and Congo rhythm..Rumor has it that DICK KNOWE
put much spirit into his Congo dancing 'while HELEN RHODES, was get-
ting along quite well with the Waltz King of Peasant Valley (DON SIEGEL).
Beware Ants! Picnickers Are Out...
Down at Palmer Field yesterday the baseball girls were in action with
Kappa Alpha Theta playing Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Phi playing Mar-
tha Cook, and Chi Omega and Betsy Barbour on a .third field. We saw BAR-
BARA BREHM, JANE GROVE, MARY LOUISE FINNEY, and BETTY
MANDEL whizzing around bases for, the sake
r,, r *of ye olde sporte.
', ~Picnickers were picnickingr as only picknickers
.can.picnic Sunday. "At. Huron Hills the Phi
Psis and Psi U's passed the afternoon away;
with the'aid of a ball and bat. BOB MORGAN
and JANE JEWETT were there,' and DON
BARNES was with LIB HEGGE who did her-
Bself proud as the pitcher for the girls'.team.+
-- THEN there were DOTTIE DUNLAP, BRAD
PALMER, MARGENE MEYN, DICK BEN-
NETT, BETTY ULRICH and BUD FOLTER.
A little late after horseback riding came JANE
NUSSBAUM and ESH WUNSCH along with LILLIAN ZIMMERMAN and

I S Sponsored
ByAlumnae
League Council Members
Will Act As Hostesses;
Graduates To Receive
All women students of the Class of
1939 are to be entertained from 4 p.m..
to 5:30 p.m. today at the League at a
Senior Tea given by the Alumnae
Council.
In the receiving line of the affair
will be members of the Alumnae
Council who are Ann Arbor resi-
dents: Mrs. James A. Kennedy, Mrs.
Clarence O. Skinner and Mrs. Albert
C. Furstenberg. Also in the line will
be Jean Holland, '39, president of the
League last year; Stephanie Parfet,
'39, who has been head of anhellenic
Association for the past year; Betty
Jane Mansfield, '39, former president
of Assembly; and Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of theLeague.
' Twelve Maps Made
Twelve large sectional maps of the
United States have been made by the
University geography department to
hang in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Room, the Grand Rapids Room and
the Concourse of the League, where
the tea will be held. Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven, Miss Alice C. Lloyd,
dean of women, Dr. Margaret Bell and
Regent Esther M. Cram, will pour at
the tea tables.
The purpose of the tea is to ac-
quaint members of the graduating
class with the opportunities and fa-
cilities of the Alumnae Council. Lo-
cations of all th Michigan alumnae
and alumni groups in the country
have been indicated on the maps used
for decorations.
The retiring League Council will
act as hostesses for the tea, and the
present League Council will give out
name tags at the doors. Officers of
22 alumnae groups throughout the
Midwest have been invited to attend
the function. ,
Committee Is Listed
Betty Spangler, '39, has been in
charge of decorations for the affair.
Janet Fullenwider, '39, headed the in-
vitations committee, Barbara Heath,
'39, planned the programs and Bar-
bara Paterson, '39, invited the alum-
nae guests.
All senior women are cordially in-
vited to attend the tea, said Mrs.
Lucile B. Conger, executive secretary
of the Alumnae Council, speaking in
behalf of that group.
Name Military
Dance Guests
Marian Wuerth To Attend
With General Chairman
Guests attending the Military Ball
tomorrow with members of the cen-
tral committee have been announced
by Walter J. Hink~el, '40, publicity
chairman of the affair.
Marian Wuerth, of Ann Arbor, is
to be the guest of Hugh C. Downer,
'39E, general chairman of the dance.
Paul A. Simpson, '39, BAd, chairman
of finance and tickets, has invited
Enora Ferriss, '40, and Hinkle will
attend with Marian J. Price, '40.
Henry A. Fedziuk, '39E, is to bring
Muriel G. Luttermoser, '41, and Rob-
ert C. Frailing, '39, will attend with
Mrs. Frailing. Fedziuk and Frailing
are co-chairmen in charge of the
decorations. John D. Lobb, Jr., '39E,
will come with Ruth A. Umstead, '42.
Allan A. Andrews, '39E, who has
been planning the programs and fa-
vors, will have as his guest Agnes L.
Crow, '42. Linda Weiss, '39, will come

with Edmund A. Guzewicz, '42E, head
of the music group, and Jeanne Davis,
'41, has been invited by William F.
Bavinger, Jr., '40.
Richard T. Waterman, '40, co-
chairman of patrons and guests with
Bavinger, will be accompanied by
Doris J. Harvey, '40. Barbara M.
Cahoon, '408M will, be the guest of
Gordon H. Arnold, '40E, head of
the floor commtitee, and Jean L.
Ramsey, '40, will attend the affair
with Ernest F. Scherer, '42E, secre-
tary of the central committee.

Local Independents List Of Delegates'
Honored At League For Zeta Phi Eta
Members of the Ann Arbor In- Convention Is Tol
dependent group of Assembly held a
tea from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. April 23 Representatives of all schools par-
I in the Kalamazoo Room of the I ticipating in the Interpretation Hour
League. Mrs. Frederick A. Heller and sponsored by Zeta Phi Eta, national
Mrs. J. L. Chapman poured at the honorary speech sorority, to be given
affair. at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the League,
Mary Jean O'Donnell, '41, was have been announced by Mildred
chairman of the tea, and her com- MacArthur, '39, president of the so-
mittee included Roberta A. Howard, rority.
'42, Ruby H. Maurer, '42, Lois M. The participants will be: Margaret
Fenn, '42, Dolores I. Stezrik, '41, Lee Hootman, Kalamazoo College; Gretta
Keller, '41, and Genevieve B. John- Iutzi, Thornapple W. K. Kellogg
son, '39. School; Christopher Montross, High-
Frances M. Herdrich, '41, president land Park Junior College; Edward
of the group, announced at that time Boies, Albion College; Nina Fopma,
the remainder of the officers, which Hope College; Dorothy Brickineddie,
were appointed by the Board. Marygrove School; June Hallagan,

Alumnae Council Of]
Third Senior Schola
A third senior scholarship
is being offered to junior wo,
the Alumnat Council at thi;
Mrs. Lucile B. Conger, secrei
the Alumnae Council, announc
terday.
The award is open to all
women, and will be given on ti
of high scholarship and fi
need, Mrs. Conger said. Blar
available in the Office of the I
Women, and must be returned
office by Saturday.
University of Detroit; Elizab
Spooner, '39, Zeta Phi Eta c
of the University, and Nancy
Grad., at present here but rep
ing the Northwestern chapter
Phi Eta.

Phi Eta.

Daily Photo by Bates
JENNY PETERSEN
French Group
To Give Play
Jenny Petersen To Play
Leading Feminine Role
M. M. Rainguet, the French Con-
sul in Detroit, will attend the annual
French play to be given at 8:15 p.m.
Friday in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. "Ces Dames Aux Chapeaux
Verts," a modern French comedy
by Albert Acremant will be present-
ed under the direction of Charles E.
Koella of the French department.
Jenny Petersen, '39, will play the
leading feminine role, that of Arlette.
The leading male role will be played
by David Gibson, '41. Other members
of the cast are Mary Allison, '39,
Ruth Calkins, '40, Carrie Wallach,
'41, Margaret Murphy, '39, Frances
Blumenthal, '40, John Hogg, '41, Sal-
vatore, Longo, '41, Robert Vanden-
burg, '40, and Warrington Willis,
'39.
The play will be given in French,
but the programs wvill contain a sum-
mary of the play in English for those
who are not familiar with the French
Language.
Tickets will be on sale at the box-
office of the Lydia Mendelssohn
Alumnae To Hold
Annual Book Sale
The second annual book sale to pro-
vide scholarships for Ann-Arbor girls
I who wish to attend the University will
be held May 4, 5 and 6 under the
sponsorship of the younger group of
the Alumnae Club, it was announced
yesterday by Jane Edmonson, publici-
ty chairman for the sale.
The sale will include all types of
books and Fortune and the National
Geographic Magazine. The appoin-
tees to the executive committee in
charge of the sale are: Jean Seeley,
soliciting; Mrs. Howard Jackson,
transportation; Mrs. John McMullen,
cataloguing; Margaret Cowie, sales,
and Miss Edmondson. Mrs. Fielding
H. Yost will act as general chairman
of the committee.
Graduate Coffee flour
To Be Presented Today
There will be a Graduate Coffee
Hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in
the Rackham Building, it was an-
nounced by Henry Lyon, Grad., presi-
dent of tfie Graduate Student Coun-
cil.
CofIe and tea will be served in
the West Conference Room, and there
will be dancing in the Assembly Hall.
Robert Cleveland, Grad., chairman
of the social committee, -1s in charge
of the arrangements for the affair.
Betsy Barbour Alumnae
To Award Scholarship
The Betsy Barbour Alumiae group
will meet Sunday at the dormitory
to award the annual scholarship to
one of the senior residents. They will
have a business meeting at 11 a.m.
and will be entertained until 2 p.m.
by _the women in the dormitory.

COLLINS
I Liberty at Maynard

END- OF- MONTH CLEARANCE

Of Spring

Merchandise

DRESSES

CAME L HA I R COATS

Including ELLEN KAYE Frocks

Natural Color

Sizes 11 to 40

Formerly to $19.95

DRESS COATS

Black and Navy

MAN-TAILORED SUITS

Sizes 14 to 38

Formerly to $21.95

DRESSMAKER

SUITS

TWO-PIECE SUITS
THREE-PIECE SUITS

BETTER DRESSES and
COSTUME SU ITS

Including Mountain Home Silk, Backed Jersey

Sizes 11 to 20

Formerly to $17.95

Sizes 11 to 40

Formerly to $35.00

$10,00

5.00

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By Knitted Dresses
1 1 DRESSES - sizes 12 to 16-- formerly to $22.95... $10.00

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See SCHILLERS Hats First!
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chic with your dark coat or suit,
your checks, your colors. All he6,d-
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SKIRTS formerly to 6.95

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sleeping on warm nights. In white on
peach or blue grounds. In pastel
shades on white. Self-trimmed, they
are easy as hankies to tub and press
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BUDGET SHOP SPRING DRESSES
Values to 10.95. . ... Now $4*99

HAT

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