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SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1928 THEI MICHIGAN DAILY 'G WV

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AEIR:10ASEBE[HANT UNION TOMORROW PRIOR TO
AT OPENING PERFORMANCE OF

UAL SUPPER, SO0C IET Y
ATENOHC The following wereintae lo
I ~Fletcher, '31, Jade H oward , ':>1,1Lu-
JUN1O Acille McClelland, '31.A, D)orothy Ar
Kee. '30, H rriet. Mos s, <0, ui

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CLASS BASEBALL; INTRAMURAL PLAY
STARTS TUESDAY TO BE CONTINUED!

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Jl'NI{1R$ PLAN TO I.ENTE1IIT"1AINHardy' Is Feature ,HannUah'30, irgin)0.
SUPPER$ At Portia FTPEogram The Initiation banquet for :5?vc lty
SUPPE I-i rorta rr gram guests was held( at the Chapter hou'se
JUNIORS TO GUIDE 1-LiNE Thomas Hardy, the greatest of wa!1 held in honor of Mfrs. Phelbs amz~
Victorian inovelists, as a man and an the Ann Arbor Aliumnae acid Alpha
1special Tmbles Will BIe Rescrvedl For dPhi mothers were invited to mneet
Advrisers, Mortiriboard, .Andi author, was appreciatively criticizedIe:.
Senior 'Society by Margaret Lyons, '28, and Evelyn Onlsusa eeig h 8
iBumgarner, '30, at the weekly meet- tronesses o.' Alpha Omicron Pi eni
Donning their caps and gowns for ing of Portia literary society. tertainedl the active members at di~n-,
the first time, senior women will as- The som'ber- background and 2atO ier at the home of Mrs. Ei. F. Lloyd.
semlble at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow at mosphere of Hardy's novels and his Alpha Ep)silon entertainedl 5o
the Unioni to holdI their annual Senior ability to portray so vividly the guss tte n usdyi lrc s
Supper, preceding their attendance Moors were attributed to his love for guestsat tea on Tuedy tir at
at the opening performance of the his own corner of England. B~orn in AlhOrconliedthrm-
24th annual Junior Girls' Play, "For a thatched cottage at the edge of iation festivities last week endl. On
The Love Of Pete," at the Whit ney ihgdon Helath, the author of "_a Saturday, March 10, the following ,
Theater. From the Madding Crowd" ear'ly were initiated: Kathleen Clifford, '31,
In keeping with tradlition this mnit- showed his interest in nature. Helen Dye, Spec. Ed., Mary Eding-
ial p resentation of the play is dedi- Severe criticism which proved dis- ronl, '31, Dorothy Hall, '31, Grace
satedl to senior women, commemorat- couraging to Hardy as a yugpe Manbeck, '31, Albertina Maslen, '31,1
ing the fact that the play was orig- turned him to prose. For this he ha~d HlnMyad 3,EiaehM
intally ?rarely an entertainment by little liking. "Through his brooding icy, '30, Ernestine Wagner, '31, and
the juniors for the senior women:' imagination,"Miss Bumgarner stated Jane Webster, '30.
The show will open to anl audience in her report, "a tract of rural fang- Alpha Xi Delta announces the,
appreciative because of the memory land with its qan old customs andpldigoAic Ura,',an -
of -their own production last ya.altelvlns fislnsaeAgnes Teigart, '29.-t
The evening is, as a rule, enlivened passed into literature." Delta Delta, Delta entertained six
by impromptu presentations of se- While London was paying tribute( rushees at dinner Tuesday night,1
lections from the previous play, !to him _at Westminster .abbey, on the March 6.1
Special tables will 1)0 reservedI at edge of the heath the whole country- Clhi Omega. is entertaining at Sun-
the supper for the Adviser's to Weo- Side did him homage, not as anl'in- lay dinner Dean Hlumphreys, Pro-1
~ni'n, Mortarboard, and , Sieir So-1 thor but as the friendly little old I fessor John L. Brumm, and ANIrs.e
ciely. The Adivisers will be the Iin'an who bicycled tip andicdown th Brumm, and Dr. Carl Hluber and Mrs.
guests of honor of the senior class, !lanes. H uber.
No definite program has been It was pointed out that while Har - Xi chapter o'f Delta Omicron, nia-i
planned for the supper according to sdy realized the fif'ility of life and the tional musical sorority, gave a musi-
Margaret Meyer, vice presidenit of the struggle between man's emotions and cal Wednesday night, March 7, at the
senior literary class, anid chiairman thle conventions of society lie was home of Mrs. A. S. VanSickcle.;
of the affair. Singing will be led by nt, like Dreisser, (desirous that con- Delta Zeta held its fornial initia-c
Nellie Hoover and Margaret Coe*vnin eaoihd u htte tion and banquet on Saturday, .larebi
who will be remembered astwCoflie vni b eolseouthat vrtey10.Initiates are Virginia Schur-j,
the male leads in last year's play.' weary his readers with repetiltion of bet, '29, Nena Phil, '29, Josephinei
Spring flowers will form the decora- old t hem~es, andl when in 1912, lie de_ Simons, '30, Bernice Endlicli, '31,
tive motif for the suppler. .'lar ed that he would never prodhuce Mnth Matteson, '30, M arg arelrain-
Immediately following the supper I aother novel he kept his wor'd. ci', '31, Thelma Roys, '30.J
a line of 'march will be formed ; the T he, words of Johii Galsworth y, Mrs. Lee W\. Joslyn of D)et roit is:
line will piroceed down State stree'mmrenormating Thomas Hardy wee spending the week end at. the CainnfiioHrnhetoMisretadoquedbtespkr,"Tecef;iBtaos.
the Whitney. This is a change from c4 English letters has passed, a Kaplpa Alpha Theta entertaeined;
the announcemenit previously made.I brooding, courageous spir'it, a Miss Grace Richard,, iss Bleatrice
The march will begin at 7::30 o'clock, staunch guardian of time integrity of Johnseni, and Miss Ethel M1cCormnickc
so that seniors unable to attendl the literature.. Long live Thomas Hardy."' at dinneir Thursday night.
supper may join the others at the :-__ - -____ Patronesses and alumnae of'1{appa1)}
Union at that time. - Delta entertained with a bridge tea
Mortaarboard Society will head (the Tl~(~li1lt at~~Sauayatron.
line, followed by Senior So cit, thecy! Junior (Uirls' Play will hold its MebesofKppaKpa'nn
Whine tun f ill give a faculty buffet supper' on
folwdbjh ci~' first l dess reh teearsal at ten Snlyngt e nhnr(iA s
all schools, including the nurses, Sunda nigtodayteatithenoWhitney.,
marching in twos. Juniior Hlonor Iti;ipraiethtaboutlz Cannon, province president oft
Guards wil directthe lieseorority, will be given on Thlurs-
Guads illdirct he ine }everyone. be present and on dy
The honror -gua-rrds, including t he I
following junior wonien, have been -ue Ann Arbor alumnae of Kappa 1hap-
asked to assemble t the ladies cloak Invitations have been extended to pa Gamma will be entertained at a'
room of the Union at 7:15 o'clock. C'oloiiel Charles Lindbergh to be the buffet supper on Friday night by the
They are: Merle Raine, Louise Cool- guest of 'the students who are reg- members.
ey, Sylvia Stone, Helen Thom'pkins, (istered for the 1928 trip arouind the Pi Beta Phi will entertain their
Junne Marshall, Mary White, Edna world in the "floating university." A province president, Miss Aiiie Mar
Mower, Marjory Moore, Margaret bill11 has been introduced into Con- shall, of Marshall, for three days5
Arthur, Esther Middlewood, Marion gress to provide the funds necessary this week. Wednesday night a faciul-:
Goodale, Rose Strasser, Mary Bari for him to take the trip under gov-
Clay, Anne Schell,' Janet Calvert, El- emirnenrt auspices. !
eanor Skutt, and Theresa Jonaitis. __________________ I A 1.t

Interclass managers of baseball
have been chosen andh practices are
scheduled to begin on Tuesday. The
squnad~s are to be0 chosen before spring
vacation, and it is the hope of the
managers that all who are interested
in baseball will turn out the first weekE
since the season is necessarily short
on account of track.
Helen Beaumont will be manager of
the senior team, Anine. Zauer of the
junior team, Margaret Bush of *the
sophomore team, and Elizabeth Wood ,
of the freshman teanm. At least five
practicles will be required in order to
n?' mke a p~lace on a squad. The only
:exceptions will be° in case of thej
, .. uniors, who are urged, however, to
come out for practice this week if

Merfe Thtine, '21) possible.
Who is the author of the 24th an- Practices are scheduled as follows:C
mmdl Junior Girls' Play, "For The 4 o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday,I
Love of Pet e.'' The show will open to- freshmen amid juniors; 5 o'clock
morrow night f'or a week's iun at the sophomores aiid seiiiors. It may prove
Whitney theater. Its setting is that possible, when the season gets. underI
o1' a floating university, way to arraiige for some general prac-
ti('esini extra hours during thme week.1
ty (liiUVer -,,ill be given1.ii Regular games will begin oti Pal-
'Theta Phi Alpha announces thow mer' field immediately after spring va-
lilefiging ot IDoris Le' Coeus, '29, of (cationi. The class teams will Ife ani-
Muskegont. nounced the first week after the vaca-
Womaen of Adci ia ('heever Hos tion, the squads having been chosenI
hel thir ini < spingdane lstearlier. Last year, it was found im-I
ziheld at. nnasping decancerolastpossible to award numerals to thej
nightPatfehioh 1)lam. Godme('ahrotcsmembers of the freshman class, be-1
Mr's. Goddaird. Pl'o~eso1' L. C. Karp- . ause too few freshman women turned
-gut. This year's plan of* shortening
inskadMs aiikadMs ohtebsbl esnadte. . Sehule. tirack season will undoubtedly solve!
C."omens H allI was the scene of a r ( iffirnl 1tiecinovoIli nnnm

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Last weel£ ('omp~leted the tirst round j them that I enjoy nieil'<coi s''s
h-eavenz forgive me for those ( liesi.
of itriamnural baseball, anid the ,~amtsC Well, anyway, I started in byv tuck-
played dec'ided the position of the ing my one textbook under m~ly a:rm
teanis in their respective tournamzents, and wvending my way to the 'mps
tie winner's going to the A tour'iia- first, I wvent to my Rhetoric prof anI ld
hzow?
umezlt a1lid thle losers to thl" tour'na- This is how?!-"You know, priofk,.'5or1,
nmeiit. I simply adore y~ouri cour'se and I
hut ramzural gamles sc'heduledl to be want to know what more I can do for
pilayed next week: in B~arbour gym-3 the course" (I sure could dho a lot for
nasiuniar'e as f'ollows: at 4 o'clock it, if I had half a chance, eli?)
"Would you really like to know
Monday, Allpha PhIi vs. Zeta Tan Al- what you could (10 for the course, liiiy
pha, (B tournament) and at 5 o'clock dear young lady," he asked. "Well,
Alpha Xi Delta vs. Kapp~a Delta (A mly suggestion to you," says he, "is to
j tournament ) ; at 4 o'clock..Wedniesday get out of the course. You'll help it
Group I vs. Dlta Canilna, (B tourna- that way better than any I know of."
mzent), and at. 5 o'clock Betsy Bar- Ainyway I'm going to usher for
lour vs. Alph~a Ganmma D)elta, (A tour- Junior Girls' Play and that's sonic
namnent) ; at 4 o'clock Friday, hillel consolation even if I didn't get the
Foundation vs. Pi Beta Phi (B tour- leading role. I never could under-
nanmeni ). and at 5 o'clock Alpha OWil- stand- why they didn't immediately
Croni Pi vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi (A take me up when- I offeredI my serv-
I tournament)Hower,t i'megingtoxuednl ruWen.
tournamen) Howevies, t Ife gig exceedingly crel.
'I'helre are '305 women at th ii Yon Come, just yell 11oo-hoo at me
versity ofl' Texas whzo ar'e vorking'I"anzcl I'll greet you with a frienly.
thei wa thoug coleg. O ths jsmile, et al (That's Latin andl mean ;
number, 24)0 are earning their entire 'n'everytlin'). I'll be thte good look;-
ing usher, so -you'll recognize mecih
expenses. -otf the bat. Now, don't forgit."rih
Co-edis at Aitioc'h college held zm
"snicker'' for the puitrpos~e of (irawii,4
up a petition against the col lege !t
rules which forbid women students l
simoking onl the canlipu?1s or in college~

r ,i "1 ne: rn.-. . ',-' .tli e.i ivr ni.nsi .ah T- nn i I

St. IPatrick's IDay' hatt y and ~infor'mai
dance(' last niight .. Tlis was, an all-
hloulse party, andl thle invited guest;:
IWere member's of' the School of Nur's-
ing;. Shialnrocks";mand green and, white
h'al looins we~rethle (decora tion.
A number of guests attenidedl the
house tea held at Betsy B~armbour
h-luse ['riday aVt ernoon a't which
hume thei'e Nweret St. Pat rick's Day
A. cori'rdor' lreakfa st, will lie served
SulaY av norn in g atIHelen Newberry
Ic ( iellcc as a feat mte o' the alumni
't'hnisi aiiight thle Vomwen of Mar-
tha Cook were thle hostesses to the
a hti( ic I ealtis represent ing then..
At, thie MUggcst icen o ''Itheir (leanitof
Nvomnl, wome(n at Converse college,
p pail anslburg. S. C..,irecently passed
a role Illohihit ill zthme use of rouge
and lip-stick.
Changes
IThisrythm is ii"e(xJpressed (ill
t hie spsiiig jitd( s. Our r ieiiiodel-
aig imaikes t Iiese ch angvs 111i,01
g envll sw~.

UIIY k111UL1Les iivi~ t y umiligs - - - - - - - - - - - --.ti' w ill -iat Venb.
tile baseball and tr'ack season simul- St ate, talkeit. at thel'requecst of a
taneo usly. l proiniuient wcinen's; mag;azine, - shiovs
'Another feature of this year's base- tat70 hper cent of the women have'
b~all progr'ami is the fact that outdoor ilng Hair or are let tig it grow.
i'ules are going to be played even dur-
ing the short period when practices ' 'UY'j]I1G and
Swill have to be held indoors. It is - ' Ml311.l11 RP1iING
htoped that this will increase ma-
terially the enthmusiasnm which usually r P& aiy o
(drags during an indoor season of amny ~ wnyya
out-doolr sp)ort. Prompt Service, Exp~erienlced Opor.
An important meeting of thme newly ators, loer;tte Rtatles.
aplpoited class mangers will, be hlcd I
at 4 o'clock tomiorrow in the parlors 1 0. D. M O0 R RIL L
at Barbour' gymnasium. 17 Nicelsl Areaide. Phone 661.
a We wvonder if you know
Hair-Bobbing in the Present Mode
and
Refreshing, Rejuvenating Facials are
achievements of
j POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP
Ov er (Grp ham's
Permanent Wave Reductions Soon

MINISTRY IS NOW
OPEN TO WOMEN I
Women have openedl another path
to tread in future years - that of
the ministerial pmrofession. The Ne'w
York Christian Advocate states that
sex is no loniger a bar to admin. i-~m
to the order of local deacon or local
elder in the Methodist Episcop-tl
church.
The gentler sex rnwty now serve as
"supp~ly pastor's" with (duties which4
in many cases are not different from
those of a full ministerial ser'vice.
In the United Church of Canada,
_ women are recognmized as any othler
order of the nilnistry, with auli oril y
to perform such pastoral duties as
nmay be required, and in particuam'. to
teach, to preach, and where neces-
sary, to baptize.

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