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May 02, 1939 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-05-02

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Tarty Line
By the Neighbor'
Well, they printed the EXAM SCHEDULE last Sunday, but so far we
haven't noticed anybody getting GRAY HAIRS over it. Indeed more PINS
have been getting HUNG . . three in one weekend is the record held by
the A.K.L. house . . . and more PARTIES have been held . . . what's the
University trying to do, SCARE us?
Zwick Plays At Club . .
Take the Chi Psi, Alpha Delt, and Theta Delt SPRING FORMAL last
Friday night at the Washtenaw Country Club. No one THERE was worrying
about the situation in ROME . . . or any place else.
Neil McKay and .Betsy Guild, Joe Kennicott and
Kay Liebold were only four who were making the
Bus ride out there SOME FUN . . . Jack Barrett and
N Marty Clise from GROSSE POINTE, were swinging
the fast numbers pretty smoothly, and Jeanne Don-
aldson and Bob Smith didn't stay on the SIDELINES
when Zwick started to pound that PIANO. And then'
at the end of the party, the buses didn't come on
time. QUANTITES of people were wondering what,
the DEAN would have TO SAY. Jimmie Rae and
Tad.Lynch, Clem Barnes and Dorie Bolton, Mary
Ferguson and Charlie Kessler were all waiting for
~ tx : ~ l that FIRST BUS . . . FINE THING.
Back in ANN ARBOR, people were getting CRAZIER and CRAZIER
.the Theta Chi's had their annual Bowery Ball . . . the FIRST of it:
KIND . . . the ORIGINAL . . . Chloe Ann Van Schoick and Gordon Hardy,
plain HARDY to most people, were seen riding a tandem right up to the
CELLAR windows . . . Jane Baits and Jim Bartlett, MAX HODGE and
Betty Rouse just walked, but they had to go thru the BACK WINDOWS
just the same. Betty Pusch almost didn't know her date, Jack Thompson,
what with his wearing a PLASTIC NOSE . . . Pumps and ANKLE SO
were almost UNIFORM, Valda Spring and Ann McCarthy with Bob Garri-
son and Jack Overton respectively, seen wearing suh APPAREL.
T here's Something About A Soldier .
And MILITARY BALL, all the SOLDIERS on this CAMPUS and all the
gals who are going to spend their time during the next war, knitting HEL-
METS and SWEATERS all were there. Charlotte Wyss and Wendy Lenz
and Aggie Crow and Al Andrews went to the SCA3-
BARD AND BLADE dinner before hand . . . FINE
THING. . . Sally REDNER and Chuck Probst were .
only two who were seen WAITING for HERBIE
KAY to autograph their PROGRAM. Speaking of.
programs ,they certainly were SNAPPY. Marion
Stern and Ned North were having ONE argument.
to see WHO was to wear the PIN . . . And then Barb
Dittmann and Scud Sculthorpe danced BY. And
Standing by to WATCH were Dick Knowe and Betty Barnes, Newt Hagar
and Rosemary SMITH.
And STILL people were TEARING off to other PLACES that night.'
At the Psi U. house Jack Chapman and Mary Haskell were seen ENTERING.
Down on STATE STREET we saw Shirley Ellis and Al Swiron who said
they were bound for the LEAGUE.
Puddle Jump Proves Popular..
SATURDAY night found most of AA over at PUDDLE JUMP. BJ Craw-
ford and Art Brandt, MARY Mustard and JERRY Hatch were watchingx
the show with ENTHUSIASM. Irene Musgrove, Dick Strain
. . Margo Thom and Armand Darmstaetter . . . Bettyf
Whitely and Port Brown . . . Betty Fariss and Johnny
Rinek . . . Both BETTY's resting after the Work of
The REST of AA however, TURNED up at the ATOc
Date Betty Wybel, came in pale blue chiffon . . . Mary
gall and Kenny Meyer . . . in pink nightgowns and bon-
nets. . . Jean Hubbard and Tom Colebridge, Jean in Pig-
tails and a STUNNING blue blouse and SHORTS. Fran1
Weiser was ATTIRED in a GLAMOROUS jobby of dark
N Blue.. . WHAT a WEEKEND.

Forestry Club
To Give Ainnal
Da nte May 19

6ngagemen ts
The marriage of Phyllis J. Crosby,
'38, to John U. Cornelius, '38, has been







Judson To Play

At Log Drive;


tAJmiUtliLL ,I I.i1sted : announced by the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby of Ann
Log Drive, third annual Forestry A'bor. Mr. Cornelius is a son of
Club dance will be held from 9 p.m. New York City and is affiliated with
to 1 a.m. Friday, May 19 in the ball- Delta Upsilon fraternity. Mrs. Cor-
room of the Masonic Temple, Frank nelius is a member of Gamma Phi
Becker, '39F&C, general chairman, Beta sorority. The ceremony took
announced yesterday. place last Dec. 26.
Harvey Judson and his Aristocrats The marriage of Elizabeth M. Sin-
have been contracted to play for the clair, '36, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
semi-formal dance, Becker said, Robert W. Sinclair of Detroit to Dr.

Comnmittee Is Ann oineA
On the central committee for the
Log Drive is Charles Allen, '39F&C,
who will be in charge of arrange-
ments for the dance. Oscar Tracze-
witz, '40F&C, is handling publicity,
and David.Reid, '40F&C, is chairman
of tickets. Wallace Schweinsberg,
'40F&C, will be in charge of decora-
tions for the dance.
Arnold Mignery, '40F&C, is chair-
man of refreshments. Frederick Snell,
'40F&C, is in charge of favors, and
Edward Ledvina, '39F&C, is chair-
man of patrons.
Spring Is Important
As the name of the dance indi-
cates, it is a spring affair. The driv-
ing of logs depends upon the high
waters of spring, and the Log Drive
of the University of Michigan Fores-
try Club also takes advantage of May
weather, Bricker said.
The dance will be limited to 125
couples. Tickets, priced at $1.25, are
now on sale at the Forestry office.
Fritz Geib, '38L, was chairman of
last year's Forestry Log Drive.
Dr. Popenoc
Assures _GirlsI
Of Husbands
Horace Greeley's famous words,
"Go West, young man," may well be
changed to, "Go West young girl, if
you want to get a husband," accord-
ing to Dr. Paul Popenoe, director of
the Institute of Family Relations in
Los Angeles.
He adds, "There is a surplus of
marriageable young men in the West
and a shortage in the East. Any
enterprising young eastern girl should
caravan herself to the western cities
where men are."
Before any packing is done in great.
haste, the would be hopefuls should
consider these points before buying
a one-way ticket. Necessarily being
in a Garden of Eden as far as eligible
young men are concerned doesn't as-
sure a girl of getting one. It may be
that her technique isn't up to par if
she already hasn't landed a good
So, Dr. Popenoe suggests that those
girls in that class ask themselves the
following questions: Are you self-
confident, or do you run for cover
every time a popular girl invades
your territory? Are you restful or do
you try so hard to be amusing that a
man must always be an audience
when he is around you? Are you
colorful or are you just another nice
girl who hasn't a single character-
istic dominant enough to keep her
from merging with the crowd? Do i
you realize that women actually do
the chasing in the marriage game or
have you the naive belief that if you
are a nice sweet girl a Prince Charm-
ing with a brilliant future will come
along and sweep you off your feet?

A. Jackson Day, '38M of Ann Arbor
will take place May 6. Dr. Jackson
is the son of Mrs. Charles W. Day
of Millersburg, Pa. and is affiliated
with Nu Sigma Nu fraternity. Miss
Sinclair is a member of Kappa Al-
pha Theta sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bleecker of Ann
Arbor have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Vera Eliza-
beth to Charles W. Austin of St.
Johns. Miss Bleecker is a graduate of
Western State Teacher's College and
is teaching at St. Johns. Mr. Austin
is a graduate of the University Law
The engagement of Evelyn Stephen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Stephen of Detroit to James E. Cart-
wright of Saginaw has been an-
nounced by the former's parents.
Miss Stephen is a graduate of Michi-
gan State Normal College while Mr.
Cartwright is a graduate of the
University and is affiliated with
Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jacobi of De-
troit have% announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Marion to
Sheldon R. Newcomer, son of Mr. and
i Mrs. J. A. Newcomer of Monroe. Miss
Jacobi is a graduate of Wayne Univer-
sity while Mr. Sheldon is attending
Medical school here. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Rho Sigma fraternity.
Interviewing Extended
Interviewing for freshman or
ientation advisors will be con-
tinued from 2 to 6 p.m. tomorrow,
Patricia Matthews, '40, chairman
of the orientation committee, has
announced. This will be the last
opportunity for interviewing, she
The new officers of Collegiate So-
rosis are: president, Patricia Haislip,
'40; vice-president, Ann Vedder, '41;
rushing chairman, Elizabeth Titus,
'40; recording secretary, Margaret
Hubbard, '41 and corresponding sec-
retary, Betty Crockett, '42.
On Sunday afternoon, the members
of the sorority entertained 250 fac-
ulty members and guests from Ann
Arbor at a faculty tea.
Alpha Kappa Psi, business admin-
istration fraternity, announces the
recent initiation of the following stu-
dents: Jack Deming, '39, Ned Dem-
ing, "39BAd, James E. Dunlap, '40,
Edwin G. Olsen, '39, Richard J. Siew-
ers, '40BAd and John Ryckman,
Kingsley Kelly, '39BAd, president
of Alpha Kappa Psi, was recently
presented with the Distingushed
Service award of the Grand Chap-
ter by Mr. Harvey Gove, of Detroit,
District Councilor of Alpha Kappa

George VI, King of England, Ireland and the Domin ions beyond the seas and Emperor of India, and Queen
Elizabeth, who will visit the United States soon.

This is a closeup view of the big twin-motored monoplane in which twoARussian aviators flew from Moscow
to Miscou Island, New Brunswick, where they made an emergency landing. They had hoped to fly non-stop to
New York but decided to land when the plane's radio compass froze and their oxygen supply was exhausted.
Brig. Gen. Vladimir Kokkinaki, the pilot, was slightly injured.

Victor In Ping-Pong Jordan Hall Entertains
Contest Is Named Faculty At Reception
Directors and residents of Jordan
Eunice Fuldauer, '42, was victorious Hall entertained approximately 300
in the women's ping-pong tourna- faculty members and friends at an in-
ment which included five hundredf
women on campus. A member of formal reception given from 3 to 5
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Miss Fuldauer p.m. Sunday, at the dormitory. A1
defeated Lou Carpenter, '42, of Mo- special guest of honor was Mrs. Fred-
sher Hall, the games standing 3-2. In erick B. Jordan, Dean Ereritus of
the semi-finals and finals held last Women, for whom the hall is named.
Saturday, the champion first en- The reception was in charge ofj
countered Margaret Thornhill, 39,
of Helen Newberry. a central committee including Betty
ofele Teery.l w,-.Clement, '41; Ann Kinel, '40, and
Miss Thornhill was defeated, 3-0. Patricia Matthews, '40. They were as-
Meanwhile, Lou Carpenter played Jo- sisted by Mrs. Harry A. Mott and Miss
an Werblin, '41, also of Mosher Hall. Rosetta Himler, social-director of the
Miss Carpenter defeated Miss Werb- dormitory.
lin, 3-0. In addition to the tourna-
ment four outstanding men players
from the Union gave a demonstration. Make Mine A Want Ad


I Neglected
Pays No Dividends

Five men were killed and two were seriously injured when a double-header freight train ran through a
derail and over the end of a '"stub track" on the Pennsylvania Railroad near Pittsburgh. One of .the locomo-
tives is shown here, with the tender of the other locomotive.

Need Not Worry You
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their glory. Natural gabardines, pas-

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