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Mary J. White, '29, and Be4*y Smnither,
'29,.. Head Two Organizations
For Coming Year


Mary Julian White, '29, president
for the nast. year of Masques, and
Wyvern society, yesterday was elect-
ed presi-dent of the Women's League
for the coming year. With her were
elected the following officers, who
will take office , at the same tim-e
as she and who will also serve a
year's term as administrators of the
Women's League: vice-president, Vir-
ginia Read, '29, corresponding secre-
tary, Margaret Bush, '30, recording
secretary, Gertrude Smith, '40, treas-
urer, Dorothy Beck, -130, senior rep-
resentatives, Jessie Church, '29, Jean
Hathaway, '29, junior representatives,
Louise Cody, '30, Eloise Avery, '30,
sophomore representatives, Frances
Movy, '31, and Helen Jones, '31.
Three mem'bers were elected to the
Judiciary council who are, senior
representative, Vera Johnston, '29,
junior' representatives, Helen el-
lows, '30, anid Margaret Babcock, '30.
W. A. A. elections were held at the
satre time as the League elections
and Betty S'mither, '29, vice-president
of W. A. A. for the past year was
elected president. The following offsi-
cers were also elected with her:
vice-president, Doris Renkenberger,
'30, secretary, Frances Sackett, '30,
treasurer, Arlene Heilman, '30, pub-
licity manager, Marjorie Follmer, '30,
Intramural manager, Dorothy Grif-
fith, '30, and point recorder, Gertrude
Smith, '30. The voting - was ex-
tremely close in this election.
Later in the year there will bej
a banquet in which the officers of the
League will be inaugurated. This
banquet is an annual affair and every
woman on campus is invited to at-

CHILDREN T AUGH T Mrs. Vandenberg Is
Interested Alma
Little folks in the crippled child-
ren's ward of the University Hospital With the appointment of Arthur H.
are'learning how to weave, to do- me- Vandenberg of Grand Rapids to the
tal work, to draw; and are being Senate last week, the Alumnae or-
ttheir three R's-rading, writ- ganization of the University of Mich-
OMICHIGAN WOMEN WILL The ithmet igan is also losing a valuable mem-
children do what they are phy- ber. Mme. Vandenberg, who for sev-
sically capable of doing. Jack, who eral years has been Vice president of
The annual luncheon of the Tjetroit has to lie on one side, draws, some- t Alumnae counci oftthe niersity
Association of University of Michigan times bunnies which he later paints. left today with Senator Vandenberg
women will be held at the Statler Many of the kiddies are able to take for Washington, D. C., where they will
hotel in Detroit at 12:30 o'clock on the daily lesson which is taught them make their home until the adjourn-
Saturday, April 14. The arrangements by a trained occupational therapist. m ent of the Senate. s
for this luncheon have been made Two hours every morning is spent in of the class of '06 and was a member
fbr this time in order to make pos- learning how and then doing some
sible the attendance of any Michigan one of the minor crafts. Girls in'ofDeta Gamma sorori. After
woman who wishes to attend. Dr. Ar- training and volunteers help the graduation from the University she
thur Morgan, President of Antioch youngsters, sometinies doing the work has been actively iWtereague in the
college will give the main address. of an unwieldy right arm, occasionally University. Mrs. Vandenberg has been
This luncheon will also be the an- leading an inexperienced hand. one of the leading league workers in
nual meeting of the group and the The workshop is a brightly lighted the Grand Rapids Association of Un-
business of the year will be discuss- room with soft curtains, gray walls, rndy Raidhsganowomen, ch
ed at this time. Slides of the new and short-legged green chairs. Each is oney of Michigan womn, which
Women's league building will be head is bent oven its task, each mind in the country. Mrs. Vandenberg is
shown and explained by Mrs. W. D. intent on its problem-busy hands, at the present time Vice-president of
Henderson, executive head of the Wo- happy children. Many and diverse the Alumnae council, which office she
men's league. Any Michigan women Iare the products of this odd shop. will keep during her sojourn in Wash-
desiring to attend are asked to make Baskets of many types, rugs, oil igton at the request of the council.
reservations by calling Miss Emilie paintings, drawings, metal objects, Mrs. Vandenberg and the three chil-
Sargent, Detroit, Empire 0936M. Tick- embroidered towels, all are made by drsnd bJrgantart-
ets for the event are $1.50. the busy hands of crippled children, dmet, ArthurrBa.ara,Senor atatenr-
T ing a finishing school in the east and
W omen in Journalism Are Responsible Betty who is in a private school in
Grand Rapids, will all be present
And Business-Like-Professor Brumm when Senator Vandenberg takes his
oath of office. Special word has been
Editors everywhere claim women ing it when they renew their connec- sent to the Association of Michigan
have been unsuited for journalism be- tions. women in Washington of the arrival
they lt sexof Mrs. Vandenberg and Mrs. Van-
cause they let their sex interfere too Many women have graduated from denberg will no'doubt affiliate her-
much. Especially in newspaper work the journalism department of the Un- self with this group, for the time of
they have demanded attention and iversity and now are very successful. her residence in Washington.
sympathy, and have been unwilling A striking example of this Margaret -
to cover .anything that may prove Sherman, a graduate in '27, who work- COLLEGE BRINGS POISE

Tentative to a Mid-West Conference
of College Directors of Physical Edu-
cation to be held in Ann Arbor April
30 and May 1, and a convention of the
A A i.n Ph i R Ebiation associa-

Delta Delta Delta,
Kappa Alpha Theta,
Win Baseball Games'
In a fast game characterized by a
great deal of. hard hitting by both
teams, Delta Delta Delta defeated
Helen Newberry, 24 to 12. The Tri-
Delts maintained their lead from the

D 0il o R Ts c
Daily Bulletin of Sportswomen

League Bridge Teo
Net $664 Clear Gai
As a result of the Bridge teas whi
were held last Saturday at every
rority and dormitory on the camp
$64 was turned 'over o the Lea
from the Undeligraduate campal
committee. This sum is net gain
the League fund. A charge of
cents was made to every guest pl
ing bridge last Saturday and $3 N
charged for those making up a tal
Margaret Bush, '30, was in charge


.merican r yscaiructu Zs41-}alth tesfrheUdgau
start by the outstanding batting of a
tion meeting in Detroit, May 2, 3, 4, Marshall, Underwood, Fast, and Groff. campaign committee.
and 5, Dr. Margaret Bell, head of the Robinson, Schmidt, and McCredie --
University department of physical starred for the dormitory team.
education, announces the part which . The lineup was as follows: Tri- Posters for the Freshman Pag
the University of Michigan will take Delts-Underwood, Marshall, .Fast, i be due April 18. emanrs of
in both conferences. McColl, Unsworth, Van Zwaluwen-
in both conferences. C berg, Groff, Amerine, Wihiting. Helen posteiz committee headed by H
President Clarence Cook Little will Newberry-M. Robinson, Laur, Mc- Cheever, '31, will be at Barbour g
deliver one of the addreses at the De- Credie, Schmidt, Fostei, Pierce, nasium Tuesday and Wednesday
troit convention as .a speaker upon Abbott. lowing vacation and all posters
the program of the Women's athletics In the 5 o'clock game Kappa Alpha to be submitted at that time.'
section, which is in charge of the Theta defeated Chi Omega, 13 to 12.
The gm a eycoe h cr
University of Michigan. game was very close, the score Freshman members of Alpha La
Jbeing 11-11 at the beginning of the a Dla re skdt m et nth
He will speak on the question of third inning.aWhite and Brusie star- da Delta are asked to meet in the
"Extra-mural Competition for Girls red for the winners, and Wilcox and lors of Barbour gymnasium at 4:30
and Women." Other speakers in the Sibley were outstanding on the Chi day for the purpose of electing ofli
Michigan section, which will take Omega team. and organizing.
place on the afternoon of May 4, will
be Helen Hazelton, of the University
of Minnesota, chairman of the na-
tional baseball committee, who will
present the report of the Women's
athletics comnittee; PaulineFrederick, FRESH FISH EVERY DAY
of Battle Creek, whose subject will be
Track and Field; Pauline Knapp of Trout, lb. . .........30c Jumbo Herring, lb.... 15
Chicago representing the Illinois,
league, followed by discussion led by Halibut, Jb. .......30c White Fish, lb..:.'...30c
Lydia Clark of Ohio State university.
A second discussion group in this sec- Salmon, lb. .. ....30c t Wall-Eyed Pike, 1b.. .25
tion of the -convention will be upon the
subject of "Problems in Testing Ath- T eao Street
letic Ability of High School Girl's."iea
The other topics to receive the at-
tention of the convention, in addition 215 North Ma StP
to Women's Athletics, according to an ain . one,811
official program, will be the Normal Open Evenings, Sundays and Holidays
school, Public school, Women's co.-
lege, Men's college, Private schools,
Playground and Recreation, Indus-
trial, Y.W.C.A., Y.M.C.A., Men's ath-
letics, Orthopedics, Boy Scouts, and
Campfire and Girl scouts. Ar. Easter Buny grets you-
The headquarters of the Mid-West
conference in Ann Arbor will be the With Fem ninineNovelties
new athletic building on Palmer field.Nl
2 to Complete the Easter


dangerous. But, asserts Professor
Brumm of the journalism department
of the University, this fault is be-
coming a thing of the past, and wo-
men arp venturing into almost any-
thing men do and are becoming more
responsible and business-like.
Wommen have entered practically
every field open to them in journal-
ism, from foreign correspondent to
editor. There are various organiza-
tions for women writers, but the W8-
men's National Press club, whose ac-
tive membership consists of publish-
ers, editors, writers, correspondents,
and reporters, actively engaged in
Washington on well established per-
iodicals, including- government pub-
lications,as well as women in pub-
licity work who have regular con-
tact with ,the press, probalAy exacts
the strictest requirements for mem-
bership of any similar organization of
women writers. Not only does it in-
sist that its active members be en-
gaged in writing articles which they
actually market, but if, for any rea-
son, they are "at liberty" they may
retain their membership only six
months, with the privilege of renew-

ed only six months on the Pittsburgh
Post Gazette before she was made
Women's editor, the highest position
open to women.
Prpfessor Brumm says every year
more' women enter the department,
not wishing to take up teaching or
stenographic work, which are about
the only women's occupations outside
of professions.
A sale of novelties and handmade;
goods of various kinds made by pa-
tients of the Psychopathic hospital
will be held this afternoon from 3
until 5 o'clock at the Pi Beta Phi
house. Mri. Dorothy; Wulp, who is
head of the occupational therapy de-
partment will conduct the sale.
MADISON, Wisconsin--A new insti-
tution, the "Date ,Shop" evolved here
puts dating on a systematic basis.
Sheets aie used on which are kept
names, addresses and accomplish-
ment- of the co-ed applicants. There
is no charge for this service to bash-
ful swains.

"College work aids a woman in de-
veloping tact, poise and a capacity
for work in after life," said Mrs.
Florence Robnett, director of the Chi-
cago Collegiate Bureau of Occupa-
She stated that college courses, as
far as their actual content is con-
cerned, do not benefit a woman a great
deal. when she presents herself be-
fore an employment bureau. . When
asked whether or not women starting
out in life after college are satisfiedI
to start at the bottom, Mrs. Robnett
stated that most women are not will-
ing to accept the lowly beginning.




As the international topic for thb
upperclass debate between Portia and
Athena liteirary societies, the joint
committee has selected the following
question: "Resolved: That the United
States government should cease to
protect American capital invested in
foreign countries."
Since the subject will involve study
and investigation, it was proposed at
the meeting of Portia held Tuesday
night that tryouts foil the upperclass
team representing the society be
scheduled, for the program Tuesday,
April 17. Three -minute speeches' will
be required of every .upperclass Mem-
The committee appointed to be in
charge of arrangements for the debate
are: Wilma Neubecker, '28, Eleanor,
Horsey, '29, and Nancy O'Neal, '30-'
"Dramatic Cozy" is the latest form
of co-ed get-together. It is a com-
bination program of dramatics, bridge,
dancing and tea. The place of ori-
gin is not known, although it spread
from the east to the west.

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