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MORTAR BOARD MEMBERS APPEAR IN
CAPS AND GOWNS AT SENIOR SUPPER
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NAME ALL-STAR SEXTET
Present Small "M's" To Women
Who Have Earned 300
W. A. A. Points
Class numerals, letters, and bas-
ketballs were awarded to members
,,of the Intramural and interclass
basketball teams at the annual bas-
Jketball banquet held at 6:15 last
night in the Women's Athletic
..building. One hundred women were Members of Michigan's chapter-
~present to enjoy the festivities of Mortar Board, national honorary
which bring to a close the present society for senior women, as they
season. appeared in caps and gowns at ther
Following the dinner during which Senior Supper held March 18 at the"
.:class songs and dancing comprised Union. Following the supper the
the entertainment, the following group attended the Junior Girls'
;program was presented, with Jessie Play where seats had been reserved
4Church, '29, acting as toastmistress: for them.'
>'The Jump Center"-Miss Laurie Election to Mortar Board is madet
Campbell; "The Guard"-Miss Dor- in May on the basis of participa-
othy Colby; "The Forward"-Miss tion, in extra-curricular activities
:ellie Hoover; "The Basket"--Miss and good scholarship.
Grace Richards; "The Scorebook"- The present members are (read-'
fr. Margaret Bell. ing left to right) Hilda Mary Evans,
Dr. Bell concluded her talk by Ipresident; Elizabeth Ann Smithers,:
maling the following awards: Cynthia Hawkins, Vera Johnston,f
Large "I's" for 1200 points-Ann Elizabeth McCurdy, Sylvia S. Stone,r
iZauer, '29, Jeanette Saurborn, 29. Marie Hartwig, Jessie Church, Eliz-)
. Pin for 600 points-Dorothy Mar- abeth Wellmann, Mary Alice Moore,E
; hick, '30; Thelma. Levine, '29. Mary White, and Jean Hathaway.'

I [nnTHREE WIN CUPS TRYOUTSCRIPTSL
IN INDOOR MEET; AREPT NED
Dorothy Edmands, '32, Elizabeth Chi Delta Phi held sa regular T
DLI NIfI lull LLMUUL Whitney, '31; and Ruth Hollister, meeting at 7:30 Wednesday night, WILL
31 were awarded silver cups for March 13, in Professor Jack's office.;
winning first places in the rifle, I Among the manuscripts read and --
Table Reservations May Be Made! bowling and archery competitions, discussed was a childrens' story by The annual. Fancy Dress ball,
By Callng Sorority Houses respectively, held immediately after Wilma Green, '29. Her story ap-which was to be given by the
And Dormitoriesthe basketball banquet last night at peared in a recent issue of "Child- League on Saturday, March. 30, has
the athletic building. The contests play". been postponed until next year,
SINVITE MEN AND WOMEN last night were the finals in the It was decided that try-out according to an announcement
first indoor meet, which has been manuscripts need not be turned in made by Florence Watchpocket, '29,
sponsored by the Intramural de- till the day after spring vacation, general chairman.
As a part of the undergraduate partment. Louisa Butler, '29, president, urges The date set for the party has
campaign to raise funds for the In rifle, the three highest scores 1 all members to be. present at the proved inconvenient for so many
League, 17 bridge parties will be were as follows: Dorothy Edmands next meeting when very important women that the League has decided
given on Saturday at dormitories 233; Helen Nicol 228; Velma Bene- business will be brought up. The not to try to give a ball this year,
and sorority houses. The setting dict 224. meeting will be held as usual at and to make up for it. by giving
apart of one day for benefit bridge The bowling entrants who scored 7:30 in Professor Jack's office, to- an unusually big one next year, the
parties and for the Fancy Dress highest were: Elizabeth Whitney night. first to be given in the new League
ball has become an annual pro- 294; Margaret Stahl, 265; and Elsie building.
cedure, since the beginning of ,the Hauschild, 247. Purdue.-Students at the XJni- Any Easter plans which were be-
League campaign. Archery scores for the three lead- versity of Arizona are promoting a ing made by the women before the
Both men and women are invited ers were as follows: Ruth Hollister, brand new movement which con- announcement of the party, thus
to attend the bridge parties on Sat-1194; Mary Anne Joslyn, 178; Kath- sists of vowing to abstain from all will not be interfered with by the
urday. Reservations may be made erine Ferrin, 170. cosmetics and razors. Iball.
either by calling one of the houses
or by calling Marjorie Muff ley,.
9617, who is in charge of the affair.
>The hour of the parties has been
set for 2 o'clock. Tables may be Save
reserved for three dollars. Indi-
vidual places are also obtainable.
Arrangements are in charge ofal9
representatives from the variousBI
dormitories and sororities. A planST H E BLUE BIRD
Ifollowedinpast years was adopted
by the central committee in charge
at one of its early meetings. Prizes,
refreshments, and decorations are and make an Appointment
to be purchased from 15 per cent for that Hair Cut withAT
of the total receipts, which each
house is entitled to use for this MR. BARTLETT
.purpose. . formerly with the
It seems necessary to those infm wh
charge to remind the undergrad- J. L. Hudson Co. colourful- $ s
uate women that, while the build-atn tr t
ing is nearing completion, money a no extra cos
is still needed for equipment.

With the opening of the
League building on May 4 and
its dedication on June 14, Mich-
igan women, both alumnae and
undergraduates, have adopted a
new slogan. This slogan is "Dedi-
cate the League building on
June 14 with all bills paid and
not one dollar of borrowed
money."
When the Michigan League is
completed and dedicated, it will
represent practically $1,000,000
in construction and equipment
costs, and $250,000 in endow-
ment This amount has all been
pledged. While collections are
being made satisfactorily, and
while every contract has been
paid in cash, to date, without a

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m. a*l M ror 300 points-Eliz
;,'eth Wood,. '31; Elizabeth Whitne
f31; Frances Sackett, '30; Doroth
Marshickj '30; Ethel Klanderma
'29; Nellie Becker, '29.
Miss Colby announced the fo
?,owing for her Pall-star te ni: Fo
, ards-Ann Zauer, '29; Mildre
,Tassidy, '30. Jump center-Ma
ior9y. Smith, '30. Side center-Ma
,Lou Hershey, 'Ed. Guards-Eliza
4beth Whitney, '31; Dorothy Ma
.shick, '30. Substitutes - Franc
'IVIller, '30; ;Velma Johnson, '2
r 61en Wilson, '31.
DANCING
There is an opportunity for
girlsother than those in the
- Physical Education club to as-
j -gst Miss- Ethel McCormick in
the teaching of ball-room danc-
ing classes. Classes will meet
from 7:30 till 8:30 on Tuesday
j and. Thursday evenings. Stu-
dent assistants must know how
I to dance.
Miss McCormick hopes that a
great many women will take ad-
1 'antage of this opportunity to
begin as assistants in the Physi-
cal Education department. Any
Ivolunteers are* asked to call Miss
j McCormick at University 137M.
or to . see her in her office at
Batbour gymnasium in time for
tonight's class.

EASTER
'REETING
CARDS
Remember-you ,fiends on Easter
with an attractive card
from our selection
EASTER NOVELTIES
FOR CHILDREN
Rabbits and. other toys will
please th~e little tots,
NICHOLS ACADE

a- bank loan, it is necessary to col-
Notices lect $100,000 on pledges between I
now and June 14 in order to I ACCESSORIES THAT FIT
teMummers invites all who are in- meet bills to the full amount ofP
3- terested to attend its presentation . the construction and equipment. PERFECTLY IN THE MO ST
r- of "Suppressed Desire," at 4 o'clock This goal can be reached in
ed today in Newberry Auditorium. three ways: 1) All delinquent FASHIONABLE EASTER PARADE
r- Natural dancing tryouts for the , pledges and installments past
ry Freshman Pageant will meet for due to be met in whole or part
;a- the last time from 4 to 6 o'clock before June 14. 2) The secur- Of course at The Rubley
r- tonight in Sarah Caswell Angell H ing of a few advance payments Shoppe you'll find qual-
es hall. Folk dancing tryouts will be on pledges not yet due. 3) Small ity merchandise, correctly
9; held Thursday and Friday. additional gifts from those styled and authentic in
New members of Orchesis will whose pledges are paid in full. s every detail.
-o present their second laboratory, Closest cooperation will attain
program at tonight's meeting and r the goal. The whole League SCARFS, BAGS, COSTUME
it is essential that all members be4project necessarily requires am-
I present. The University Girl's Glee bitiorn, the ambition of faith, JEWELRY, GLOVES,
club will meet with Orchesis. loyalty, and courage. The pro- FLOWERS
Interclass base ball classes will ect has already been carried
meet at 4 o'clock Thursday, March far with success, and now it I;.HANDKERCHIEFS,
28 at Palmer Field, weather permit- --am ith ever blpaid. t AND LINGERIE
ting, and if not at Barbour gym- Mrs. Arthur H. Vandnberg,
nasium. WNational Chairman,
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