THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tea For Senior
Scroll To Plan
Dancing Will Be Featured
At 'Futurauza'; Council
Members To Hostess
Members of Scroll, senior women'sz
honorary society, are in charge of
arrangements for "Futurama", the
annual tea sponsored by the Alum-
nae Council which will be held from
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday in
the League Ballroom, Anne Hawley,
'40, president of Scroll, announced
All senior women are invited to
attend and hostesses for the tea in-
clude members of the 1939-40 League
Council as well as Scroll.
Offer Informal Dancing
The affair will be informal, and
there will be dancing to victrola
records for all who wish to dance.
This is a unique opportunity for all
senior women to meet alumnae mem-
bers and other seniors who will be
living in the same localities they will.
Ann Arbor members of the board
of directors of the Alumnae Council
will pour. They include Mrs. Irene
Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Skinner,
Mrs. Theophile Raphael, Mrs. A. C.
Furstenberg, Mrs. Alfred Connable,
Regent Esther Cram, Mrs. Seymour
P. Conger, and Mrs. James Kennedy.
To Receive Pamphlets
Each senior woman attending will
receive a pamphlet explaining the
function of alumnae groups for wo-
men. These were written by Jane
Nussbaum, '40, and illustrated by
Ella Stowe, '40.
Hostesses for the tea anticipate 100
per cent attendance by senior wo-
men in all schools, Miss Hawley said.
This is the first year that members
of Scroll have been in charge of the
tea, which is always given, however,
by the alumnae. It is also the first
all-campus affair that they have
arranged since their founding last
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what accessories you choose to combine it with. Notice the simple
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Outdoor Sports Club Features
Spring Hiking, Bicycling Trips
Will Feature First
Interviews To Be Held
Interviewing for all women who
have petitioned for positions on the
League Theatre Arts committee will
take place from 3 p.m. to 5 pa.
Tuesday through Friday in the
Registration is being held at
the WAB for an elective golf class
for women to be held Thursday
afternoons, 4:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
beginning May 2, at the Women's
"Musical Egg", a record quiz con-
test, will be featured at the Wolver-
ine Sunday Night Social Hour to
busy now with initiations, pledgings,
elections of officers, conventions to
attend, and visits of national off i-
Alpha Chi Omega
Betty Jo Millikin, '43, of Saginaw,
and Mildred Radford, '42. of Brook-
lyn. N. Y., have been pledged by
Alpha Chi Omega.
Alpha Kappa Kappa
Alpha Kappa Kappa announces
the recent initiation of Winthrop
Davey, '42; Charles Killins, '42;
James Lyons, '42; Charles Cook, '42;
Lee Cattell, '43; John Burden, '43;
and Bill White, '43.
Alpha Kappa Kappa -has also re-
cently elected the following men:
H. K. Filip, Jr., president; Max Fin-
ton, '41M, vice-president; Neill B.
McGrath, '42M, secretary; and Paul
Cunningham, '41M, treasurer.
The national vice-president of Al-
pha Phi, Mrs. Ralph Strader of
Evanston, has been spending several
days visiting the local chapter.
1 Delta Sigma Delta
The following officers were recent-
ly installed by Delta Sigma Delta:
Lyle Aseltine, 41D, president; Jack
Bates, '41D, vice-president; Andy
Frostic, '41D, treasurer; George
Schaller, '41D, secretary; William
i Miller, '41D, steward; Burdette
Stone, '41D, historian, anti Jerry
1 Murphy, '42D, Robert Root, '42D,
and George Mauer, '42D, sergeants-
be held from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
at the Wolverine, Richard McClurg,
'40, announced today.
Sets of records will be played at
9:30, and the couple who can identi-
fy the names of the pieces and the
bands who made the recordings will
receive tickets entitling them to $2.00
worth of free dry cleaning.
Judging the contest will be James
Griffle, '40BAd., Albert Hafke, Spec.,
John Scheibe, '42M, and Charles Mi-
An all-Wagner collection will be
played from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., and
afterwards a collection of popular
swing records will be heard until 10
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With spring fast upon us, aren't
there a lot of you whose wistful;
thoughts turn to hiking or a bicycle
ride in the country?
The Outdoor Sports Club is your
answer. Under the sponsorship of
the Women's Athletic Association
and the managership of Gertrude
Inwood, '43, it offers organized out-
ings for all women on campus. Hik-
ing, canoeing, bicycling and roller
skating are among the sports on their
To Join Youth Hostel
Membership in youth hostels is
also among the clubs interests. It
plans to join the national youth hos-
tel movement, at one dollar a mem-
bership, and rent bicycles for the
trips. The first trip will be May 18
and 19, and there will be another in
The night at the hostel costs 25
cents, and the women provide their
own food. Those collecting the'
money for this trip are Shyrl Gould,
'43, Sylvia Glickman, '43, and Nor-
ma Fuson, '43, and anyone who is in-
terested should contact them by
Union Saunters Held
Club. The next one will be May 5
and both men and women are invit-
ed. Next Sunday there will be a
breakfast hike, to be attended by
women only. Any who are interested
in this should call Bette Sachs, '43Ed.,
or Virginia Gensel, '43, in Stockwell
Hall, Jeanne Cordell, '43, or Ruth
Clark, '43, in Jordan Hall, or Mari-
on Bole, '43, in Newberry.
At the reorganization meeting held
recently in the form of a cook-out
other plans were made for the spring
season. May 4 there will be a bike
hike in the afternoon, and the fol-
lowing afternoon there will be canoe-
ing. On May 11th, the club has ten-
tatively planned roller skating.
The pledging of Myrle King, '42,
of Bay City and Edward Gionbolini,
'42, of Iron River has been announc-
ed by Hermitage.
Kappa Delta Rho
Kappa Delta Rho announces the
pledging of Joseph Straayer, '41E,
of Grand Rapids.
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