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University Women
CAPS AND GOWNS fW.L To Cooperate In

,SINORS A JManyS' ororitiesHold Initiation Parties _


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Detroit Toy Sho T KInitiationscontinue this week, I were hostesses in their own homes Mr. Hurd is a member of Acacia.
01- OSTRIB TIO T IS 1 TI CK I T [OR NNUA but as they draw to a close the; to the pledges and active me- Yellow tapers, ,smilax, and yellow SN
EXIIBIT IS A PROJECT IN sororities are beginning plans for bers Tuesday night. roses were placed attractively on;
) U 1 tathSTUDY OF CHILD eydrwtheir spring parties. Pledging is Delta Delta Delta held their in- the table.
PSYCHOLOGY almost over for this semester. itiation banquet at the Haunted Kappa Alpha Theta served an Repres
[K A ON E OPPhreSUYCHOFLCHILDBAN I T THIS ~E hi pig pris ldigi et et et edteri-tetbe
Delta Gamma held initiation Tavern. The tables were daintily initiation banquet for 150 guests Fo
Three Ann^ Arbor women, Mrs. yesterday afternoon for Donna laid with ivory tapers and tea in honor of its new members who
WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM Ruth Fish, social service worker ARRANGEMENTS FOR SUPPER Jones, '32, Harriet Adams, '32, roses, and the dinner was formal. are Esther Upjohn, '30, Rachel
TWO TO FIVE O'CLOCK in the University of Michigan MADE BY COMMITTEE Marion Naylor, '31, Gertrude The new members are Violet An- Fleming, '32, Agnes Davis, '32, Mi- INCI.
IN HARBOUR GYM , Hospital, Mrs. Albert Rousseau, OF FIVE Guenther, '32, Jeannie Roberts, sorge, '32, Elizabeth Cobert, '32, riam Highley, '32, Alice Wolfs, '31,
chairman of the educational com- '32, Virginia Olds, '32, and Helen Agnes Graham, '32, Almerne Winifred Hartman, '32, Genevieve
mittee of the Ann Arbor branchl ,Norris, '30.. Among several in- Montgomery, '32, Alice Merrick, Cohan, '30Ed., Marjorie MullanExhi
TOTAL 'EE 10 BE $10 of the American Association of TICKETS ARE RESERVED portant alumnae who were pres '32, Bathelia Pollock, '32, Elaine '32, Catherine Bradley, '32. Luel- hospita
University Women, and Mrs. Her- ent at the initiation were Mrs. Ar- Frost, '30, Mary Harrigon, '30, Hat- la Decoma of Holland, Mich., acted of occ
Senior Society To Sell Collars; bert S. Mallory, director of social Sorority And Dormitory Groups thur Vandenberg, of Washington, tie Krey, '31, Eleanor Jeffries, '30, as toastmistress. sent to
Tassels For Caps May Also service, Psychopathic hospital, and Can Secure Seats D. C.; Mrs. H. L. Gradle, of High- Johanna Kananen, '32, Lois Am- Sigma Kappa held an initiation ternatic
Be Procured lecturer nsociology;' are assisting In Blocs land Park, who is the grand treas- erine, '31, Marian Kemp, '31, Jane banquet at the Union Saturday
in the toy show for children to be -IBo urer; Miss Adelaide Miller, of Smallman, '32, Elizabeth Louden, evening, with Lois Webb, Ed., pre- Childre
Caps and gowns will be distrib-'held March 18 to 23 in the J. L. Tickets for the Senior Supper, Chippewa Falls, who is the pro- '32, Maude Sargent, '32, and Marie siding. neapol
uted to all senior women in the Hudson company auditorium, un- which will be held at 6 o'clock on vince secretary, and Mrs. Stuart Westen, '32. Among the guests entertainedThe
colleges of Literature, Science and der the auspices of the A. A. U. W. March 18, in the Union ball room Baits, president of the Detroit Chi Omega announces the pledg- Wednesday evening at a faculty shool
the Arts, Education, Engineering This project is the direct out- and which will be immediately alumnae association. The Detroit ing of Freda Curry, '32, of Flint, dinner were Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Mrs. G
and Architecture, Pharmacy, Li- growth of the correlated interests followed by the first performance alumnae gave a luncheon at the I Reva Derby, '32, of Claire, and Beatrice Johnson, Miss Grace cipal,:
brary Science, and the School of of the many mothers' clubs study- of. "Forward, March", this year's Union yesterday for the new in- Grace Dixon, '31, of Philadelphia. Richards, Miss Anna Lloyd, and of cla
Music between 2 and 5 o'clock ing child psychology. Its purpose Junior Girls' Play, will be on sale itiates. A banquet followed the The initiation banquet of Gam- Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Christian. I book-k
from Monday to Friday of this is to show the relation of toys to from 2 to 5 o'clock from Monday services in the evening, ma Phi Beta was also held last Alpha Omicron Pi is pleased to typing
week in Barbour gymnasium. the physical and mental develop- to Friday of next week in. Bar- Delta Gamma wishes to an-night for Julie deJourno, '32, Mar- announce the pledging of Helen written
The entire fee for each indi- ment of children. bour Gymnasium. The price of' nounce the pledging of Pauline I garet Seybold, '32, Marcelline Wel- I Lutz, '33, of Ann Arbor. ization
vidual and including both cap and i The toy show will be arranged t Ihese tickets will be $1.65. Notnagle, '32, of Corunna, Mich. te,'32, Elizabeth Wheeler, '30,Mary An initiation banquet for the and th
gown will be $10.00, but in case i booths according to the age in- In addition to the ticket for the; Kappa Delta entertained the ad- Anna Joslyn, '31, Helen Bush, '30, four new members of Alpha Omi- tures o
the gown only is desired, it may terests of- children. Besides the supper, each senior . will at the visers of women at an informalRuth Kumerow, '30, and . Helen cron Pi, Harriet Arnold, '32, Mar- The
be rented for $7.50; the price of! show many speakers are on the same time receive another assign- l dinner Thursday evening. Dee-Kumerow, '30. Ruth Mary Pit- garet Gilbert, '32. Marie Wagner, therapy
the cap will be $2.50. When the program, who will hold consulta- ing her to a reserved seat at the orations were planned with yellow telco acted as toastmistress for '32, and Betty Wheeler, '32, will Ihand-
gown is brought back after com- tions with the parents. There are Whitney theater. This is the first tulips and blue sweet peas and I the banquet. Decorations were at- be held at the Haunted Tavern I dren f
mencement, $2.50 of the total fee to be lectures on play and play tinme that the reserving of seats yellow tapers. tractively carried out with laven- this afternoon. I sending
will be returned, according ' to i materials.. All three Ann .Arbor has been attempted in connection j Saturday night Kappa Delta; der sweet peas and tulips, daffo- Alpha Chi Omega entertained decora
those in charge. Seniors are nec- women will preside at one of, the with this first production of the held its formal initiation ban-dils, and lavender tapers. many Detroit alumnae and sev- a mode
essarily asked to make cash pay- t ficheons. Mrs. Mallory will pre-a play. It will aim to do away with quet. The tables were attractive! This week end Gamma Phi Beta eral others at their initiation ban-rug. T
ments; no checks will be ac- side Monday, Mrs. Rousseau, Tues- the usual confusion and last min- 'with the sorority colors carried has as house guests Lula Ander- quet last night. Mrs. C. B. Norris, beings
Scepted.day, and Mrs. Fish, Wednesday. ute rush at the doors of the the- out with white roses and green son, '28, of Grosse Point, and Lor- province president from Youngs- T. Kra
Collars And Tassels OnSale~-'~ater, candles. The initiates were Dor-aine Werner, of Jackson. town, Ohio, also attended the ban- apist,r
In addition to the caps and Students Ought To If groups of senior women have othy Felske, '32, Anna Terhardt,! Doris Nichols, '31SM., gave a quet. The new initiates are Mary ment.
gowns, the seniors will be able to any preference as to where they '32, Dorothy Agnew, '32, Sally En-'surprise party Monday evening in Crawford, '30, Catherine Peterson,
purchase their collars from mem- Pay, Declares Cora wish to sit in the theatrethe slinger, '32, Dorothy Goodridge, honor of Nina Phil, '30, at the '32, Dorothy Malcolm, '32 Izalita Buys
bers of Senior Society, who ill should plan to purchase their '30, Clara Parkinson, '31, and Mar- Delta Zeta house. It was an- Glascock, '32, Marion Templeton, for $5.
be selling them at this same time. Realry, my dear, pouldn't you tickets for the Senior Supper as jorie Hunt, '32. nounced at that time that Miss '31, Erie Weber, '32, Edwinna Jen- receivin
Colored tassels which' distinguish think that this riot fund or what- soon as possible. Also, if groups The patronesses and Ann Arbor Phil had been married to Delmar ney, 32, Edna May Jennings, '32,
the members of particular schools ever you call it would grow more of seniors, such as sorority or dor- alumnae of Delta Delta Delta Hurd, Grad., on Valentine's Day. Margaret Fox, '31, and June Hakes, Aid7
will also be given out at this time., rapidly than it does? It does seem mitory women wish to sit together!
Seniors in the college of Liter- that people who had as much fun at the play, they are urged to buy
ature, Science, and the Arts will as all that would be only too will- their tickets through one repre-
wear black tassels. The tassels ing to contribute a dollar to senative rather than individually. TI TE "V ERYV N EW ' " IiDETROSYMPHONY
for graduates of the other col- pay for it, I mean it really does. Senior women who are not going[~
leges are as follows: Light blue Especially when you consider that to the supper will not be able toAH
for the School of Education; ruby that isn't anymore than a man obtain their tickets for the play
red for the School of Architec- would have to pay for a date with until Friday, as the women who in
ture; orange for the Engineering the girl-friend and he probably will be in the line of march fromy
school; dark green for Pharmacy had just as much fun out of it, i the Union to the Whitney will be
school; lemon yellow for School of and he may even have had his accommodated first. As representative of the well dressedCa L XUNIOl
Library Science; and light pink date with him anyway. According to Elaine Gruber, '29 woman-the college student requires the MONDAY MARCH 11
tassels will be worn by seniors in It does seem too bad, too, thatvc-rsdnto h eir ls aetinsIc-HL
the School of Music. when a few of the participants and chairman of the supper, prep- atest styles-T
In order to avoid any confusion iare unfortunate enough to be put orations for the affair are nearingA HAU
and mistakes in the fitting and on pro or suspended or what have completion under the work of the- A Li d N
renting of the gowns, seniors are I you, that the rest of the mob can't various committees. Viscas, perles, novelty straws come
asked to call in as nearly alpha- even dig up a little money to make _ _in the new spring colors-beige, at
betical order as possible. In the up for their own part in it, I Ebrown red, bright navy, and U
past, .such large groups have come .mean it actually does. And be-ca- NESTLEchartreuse. And there are hats UNIVERSITY SCHOO
.tothegymutastumtha;they could. -sds,. just ,think how .whagrined4 } 'that handsomely combine felt and Maynard Stree
not be satisfactorily accommo- land humiliated, not', to, say bi 'ballbnti
dated. terly disappointed, the theat -e-
Committee Arranges Schedule management would be to find out
In order to rem'edy this situa- that the student body in general
tion, the committee in charge re- is really decent and human and
quests that the senior women com- not just a set of low grade morons
ply with the following schedule: bent on the destruction of Ann;
with letters A through K on Mon- by their policy toward students' 1I manenl Wive will be as
day and Thursday; those with that's just what they do think. I ghtor oos a. 'or desire
names beginning with letters L mean it actually is, which. is, of for you mnay ciooe' ns cd TrS1sor
through T on Wednesday and course, quite the wrong idea. In anctheexac wavevouwant! RSO AL SRVC
Thursday; and the remaining fact, I personally know several of aIRCULLINE Jravirtg
number to come on Friday. the representatives of the student
Friday will be absolutely the body who are really intelligent
last time that the gowns will be and have quite decent ideals, and'_%__
on display for rental in Barbour I know that there must be others. . a
gymnasium. It is necessary that If the theater management would] BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOP- ____ ____
all seniors equip themselves be- just get to know some students, 5 Nickels Arcade ' .Illl liullI
fore 5 o'clock on Friday, when the they would' really be quite sur- -
display closes, due to the fact that prised, I mean-they actually would. I =r'r
the gowns will be worn for the
first time at the Senior Supper on' -
March 18, followed immediately
by the first performance of the
Junior Girls' Play, which is given -
in the honor of the seniors.
The gowns are being rented to
the senior women by the under-IT=*F
graduate committee of the Wom--U
en's League,- according to a cus- -
tom which has existed on this
campus for several years. The
members of the committee this f I
year are Jessie Church, '29, chair-Mcli:
man; Helen Jones, '31; Franceso_
Novy, and Elizabeth McIntosh,Dgya
'29. .Ig tu l a

entative Displays Will Be
rwarded To 'Convention
In Minneapolis
bits from the University
l school and department
upational therapy will be
the convention of the In-
onal Society for Crippled
n, which meets in Min-
s, March 18 to 20.
exhibit reresenting the
will include, according to
seraldne Notley, the prin-
note-books, maps, outlines
ssics, freehand drawings,
eeping sets, short-hand and
papers. Stories and themes
'by pupils in the American-
classes will be submitted,
ere will be posters with pic-
f the children.
department of occupational
y, which has charge of.
vork done by crippled chil-
rom the age of 6 to 18, is
g a display of useful and
tive' articles, ranging from
l Indian village to a hooked
'heir part of the exhibit is
arranged by Mrs. Collerohe
ssovsky, occupational ther-
and others of the depart
an 'Ensian subscription now
50, and you will be sure of
ng a copy in the spring.
the Damage Fund Today.
st Conductor
at 8:15 P. M
ets Availab
ed Designs

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Five per cent commission
f will be given to the Women's
1 League by Goodhew Floral !
company for all paid bills of
dormitories and sororities; and
by Jacobson's for all purchas-
ers who mention the.Women's !
E League.
The generous offer of these
firms should inspire the co-
operation of all undergraduate
women, who can easily secure!
C this discount by merely men-
tioning the Women's League at !
the time of making purchases
at either Goodhew's or Jacob-
Buy an 'Ensiari subscription now
for $5.50, and you will be sure of
receiving a copy in the spring.
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spring time

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In a choice of wondrous colors and patterns. Smartest shapes- -
I Every shape-Square, round, octagon.

ana ea UUy OIP
Liquid Henna
Shampoo and Marcel
or Finger Wave--$1

We have the daintiest and cleverest formals
to show for these spring parties that come so thick
and fast. Our selection includes fashions favored
lines and colorings developed in the smart Tulles,
Chiffons and Taffetas.






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