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BASEBALL GAMES IN
INTRAMURAL TOURNEY
SCHEDULED MONDAY

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HONOR SORORITY |II[RRDEDQ (if fl PIJE Coming Of Spring Is Heralded By Numerous
HOLDS INITIA TION ItULili U1 UULLI Teas And Dinners Featuring Easter Motifs

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D e p a r t m e n t Recommendation
And B Average
Required

ALL TEAMS WILL BE DIVIDE:
INTO FOUR GROUPS FOR
ELIMINATION
NEXT GAMESWEDNESDAN

Winning Two Out Of Three Game
Determines Eligibility
For Finals
Intramural baseball begins wit]
games at 4:15 and 5 o'clock to
morrow afternoon and the secon
series of the tournament is sched
uled for Wednesday afternoon
There will be no game on Friday
Tomorrow at 4:15 Betsy Barbou
4ill play Delta Zeta, and Kapp
Alpha Theta and Alpha Phi wil
meet each other. At 5 o'clock the
games will be between Delta Delta
Delta and Delta Gamma, and Ch
Omega and Martha Cook. NTh
games at 4:15 on Wednesday wil
be Zeta Tau Alpha-Kappa Delta
and Alpha Gamma Delta-Alphs
. Epsilon Phi. At 5 o'clock they will
be 0igma Kappa-Alpha Omicron
Pi, and Kappa Kappa Gamma-
Gamma Phi Beta.
All the teams will-be divided int
groups of four, and in its own
group each team will play every
other team. All teams winning
two out of the three games will be
' eligible to enter the elimination
ntournament; thus, if a team loses
one of its preliminary contests it
Sstill will have a chance to go into
the, final tournament.
All of the games in the opening
series will be three innings; the
finals, however, will be five innings.
The contests will be played on the
new athletic fields and will start
promptly at 4:15 and 5 o'clock.
The players are requested tb
wear the regular gymnasium cos-
, tumes and to have coats or sweat-
ers on the field. All must wear flat
heeled shoes. Furthermore, all
members of the teams must have
passed a heart and lung examina-
tion sometime during the school
year. All upperclassmen who have
not, will be required to get one at
the Health Service before the open-
ing of their first game.
Teams may play games with only
seven members, .although the regu-
lation team number is nine. No
team will be permitted to play with
less than seven. No practice time
is being allowed for this tourna-
ment because in the past so few
teams have come out for practice.
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V ATHLETIC MANAGER I
If you are uncertain as to
t whether or not your games will
be played, due to weather con- I
I ditions, you may find out by
( calling the Barbour gymnasium I
office at 3:30. If, because of I
unexpected circumstances, any
team finds it necessary to de- I
l fault a game, the manager must I
J notify the Barbour gymnasium I
office by noon on the day of the I
( game and must also call the I
opposing team during the noon I
hour.
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-Theta Sigma Phi elections have
been held and four junior women
D were initiated last Tuesday at the
Chi Omega house. The following
women were judged eligible to the
honorary journalistic sorority:
V Margaret Eckels, Betty Heminger,
Catherine Bradley, and Dorothy
s Goodridge.
The eligibility requirements for
the sorority are at least a B aver-
age, a recommendation from the
h journalism department, and if pos-
sible activity in some publication.
- Not less than 15 women nor more
d than 25 may be active in the chap-f
- ter at one time.

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W!E' EGEHSANA afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Dickinson,
EL.ECTE TO APPAR BWOMEN'S LEAGUE HAS ANNUALMrs. James H. Hodges,, and Mrs.
BRIDGE PARTIES FOR Roy McAlpine entertaed the act-
BUILDING FUND ives and pledges at tea, at the home
In spite of midsemester exam of Mrs. Dickinson in Lorraine
IPlace. Miss Loa Thompson, of To-
inations, most of the sororities are ledo, is a house guest of the sor-
GIRLS GLEE CLUB TO JOIN taking advantage of the Easter ority this weekend.
ORCHESIS AT OPENING season to carry on their social Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
OF WOMEN'S LEAGUE activities. It proves an. excellent engagement of Pauline Hopp, '28,
time of the year for teas and din- to Henry Moses, '28, a member of
REHEARSALS BEGIN SOON ners because the houses can be Zeta Beta Tau.
decorated so easily and attractively Kappa Delta has as house guests
Final Plans For Program To Be j with the many pretty spring this weekend Mrs. George B. Clark,
Completed Wednesday, April 3 flowers. Miss Helen Clark, Mrs. L. C. Smith,
At Orchesis Meeting Pi Beta Phi has been unusually liss Margaret Fay, and Miss Mary
busy this week, entertaining with Garenslo, all of Detroit.
Members of Orchesis who are to a faculty dinner Wednesday night The advisers of women, Miss
appear in the program to be pres- I for Miss Ruth Haffinger, Miss Lau- Ethel McCormick, and Dr. Mar-
ented at the formal opening of the' ne Campbell, Miss Hasley, Miss garet Bell were dinner guests of
Women's League building on May 4, Margaret Elliott, Miss Nellie Hoov- Kappa Alpha Theta on Wednes-
veben seleebdng te ay 4,er, Miss Ione Johnson, Miss Dor- day. Yellow tapers and bowls of
nave been selected by the Orchesis othy Colby, and Dr. Barbara Bart- spring flowers decorated the tables.
dance committee. lett. Yellow tulips and yellow tap- Gamma Phi Beta announces the
Lists of the entire cast will be ers formed the decorative effects. marriage of Esther Merrick, '28, to
posted on the bulletin board in Congressman Lewis Cramton and Jackson Stiff. The ceremony will
Barbour gymnasium and also in Mrs. Cramton were the guests of take place in Saginaw, Friday,
th Women's Athletic building to- their daughter, Margaret Cramton, April 15. Miss Merrick is a mem-
morrow. Each member of Orchesis '29, last Friday at the Pi Beta Phi ber of Phi Beta Kappa and Mr.
will bt held personally responsible house. Stiff is a Kappa Sigma.
for appearing at the time for Mu Phi Epsilon, musical sorority, Delta Zeta entertained the advis-
which she is scheduled to rehearse. was given the privileges of the Pi ers of women this week on Thurs-
No excuses for absences from re- Beta Phi house to hold their spring day evening at dinner.
hearsals will be accepted unless formal party on Saturday, March Several Spend Weekend Here
they are approved before the time 123. I Guests of Kappa Alpha Theta
scheduled for practice by either! On next Tuesday evening the ; this week included Virginia Fox and
Miss Ione Johnson, faculty advisor sorority will entertain the cast of Florine Storey. from Grand Rapids,
of Orchesis, or Velma Johnson, the Junior Girls' play at dinner. aInd Olive Nichols of Marshall.
29Ed., chairman of the dance com- Entertain Alumni At Tea Alpha Omicron PiIs occupied for
mittee. Ann Arbor alumna of Zeta Tau the last two weeks before vaca-'I
Final plans for the program will Alpha were the guests of the active tion with many social activities.
be announced at the regular meet- chapter at a bridge-tea yesterday Patronesses of the sorority were

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Organizations Hold
Numerous Functions
Formal Musicale Is Presented By
Sigma Alpha Iota At
Mimes Theater

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Among the activities of the campus a
organizations of the past week was
the formal musicale of Sigma Alpha t
Iota held Wednesday afternoon at
the Mimes Theater. Guests were
the faculty and members of the(
University School of Music, pat-*'
ronesses of the sorority, and alum-
nae. Hostesses were Mrs. James
I. Glover, Mrs. George Langford,'
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Peterson. Lois Johnson, soprano,
*Nell Stockwell, piano, Thelma Ne-
well, violin, and Mrs. Maude Okkel-
berg, accompanist, all of the School
of Music, presented the program.
Saturday afternoon, Beta Kappa
Rho held an indoor picnic with
games and refreshments at tho
home of Miss Marian McClench.
Kappa Phi held a pledge service
this week for: Marie Welstead, '31,
Mildred Bidleman, '30, Maurice
Bridges, '31, and Alice Shelley, '30.
Election of officers took place and,
a ritual, "The Meaning of Sac-
rifice," was presented followed by
communion service.
Wedni.sday, April 3, Kappa BetaI
Pi, honorary law fraternity for
women, will give a dinner at the
Haunted Tavern in honor of Mrs.
Henry M. Bates, Mrs. John B.;
Waite, and Mrs. Edwin D. Dickin-
son.
Tryouts For Pageant
Will Be Held Monday
Tryouts of both interpretive and
folk dancing for the FreshmanF
Pageant will be held from 4 to 6
o'clock tomorrow afternoon ir
Sarah Caswell Angell hall of Bar-
bour gym. It will be positively the
last chance for girls to try out for
the Pageant, and there should bef
a large number present, as there:
are a great many eligible girls who
have not yet tried.
The results of the tryouts will be
announced next week, and all
arrangements for rehearsals will be
completed before vacation in orders
that work can begin immediately
after April 15.

inn of Orchesis at 7:15 on Wednes-
day evening, April 3, in the Wom-
en's Field House. At this time ex-
cusesfor absences fromrehearsal
may be submitted for approval.
IRehearsals will begin this week,
and the members of the cast who
rare scheduled to appear this week
are as follows:
(The hours listed below are only
the P. M. hours.)
Anita Cohen, Mon. 4, 9; Arlene
Heilman, Mon. 3, 9, Tues. 3, 8:30;
Vida McClure, Mon. 4; Velma John-
son, Mon. 9, Tues. 3:30, 8:30; Jean-
ette Sauborn, Mon. 3, 9, Tues. 8:30;
Ann Zauer, Mon. 3, 9, Tues. 3:30;
lRose Strausser, Mon. 9, Tues. 8:30;
Ruth Van Tuyle, Mon. 4, 9:30, Tues.
8, Thurs, 8; Genevieve Coan, Tues.
3; Mildred Cassidy, Tues. 3, 8,
Thurs. 8; Ruth Brooke, Mon. 9:30.
Tues. 3:30, 8, Thurs. 8; Dorothy
" Marshuk, Tues. 3, 8, Thurs. 8; Wil-
ma Crawford, Tues. 3; Dorothy
Felske, Mon. 3, Tues. 3:30, 8; Dor-
othy..Goodridge, Tues. 3, 8, Thurs.
-{ 8; Betty Healy, Tues. 37 Mary L.
Hershey, Tues. 3; Ruth McIntosh,
Tues. .3, 8:30; Betty Moore, Tues.
3; Cecil Poor, Tues. 3; Dorothy
'Stonehause, Tues. 3; Anna Ter-
hardt, Tues. 3, 8,-Thurs, 8; Dorothy
Howell, Tues. 3; Dorothy Water-
man, Tues. 8, Thurs. 8; Marie Tuke,
Tues. 8, Thurs. 8; Rose Rosenfeldt,
Tues. 3; Elizabeth Whitney, Tues.
3, Thurs. 8:30.
OMIT CLASSES BEFORE EXAMS
Yale University.-Three under-
graduate faculties, with the ap-
proval of the president, have voted
to omit formal recitation classes
two days preceeding the final ex-
aminations.

Dr. Kennedy Of Illinois Tells Of Hygienic
And Cultural Conditions In Chinese Province
Dr. Josephine Kennedy of the de- cases. More important than that
partment of physiology of the Uni- is the education of young Chinese
versity of Illinois was the only doe- into a scientific medical profession
r mofnglliomi n was nby the fostering of medical schools
tor among two million Chinese and hospitals."
the heart of an interior province The Chinese have queer scruples
for th'ee and one-half years. Al- against men physicians caring for
though she was stationed in Sha- women patients, and as a woman
owu, China, with two other doc- I doctor, Dr. Kennedy felt it her par-
tors, she was often left, alone for ticular duty to relieve the suffer-
weeks at a time in the small wo- ings of women, which was mostly
man's and children's hospital at from tuberculosis.
that place. "China is far, far ahead of the
"The sanitation and hygiene ofi western world in philosophy, cul-
the masses is woefully backward," I tivation of the arts, and in a more
she said. "Because of this, I be-+ important thing, culture," she add-
lieve that one of the most vital ed. "The upper classes have reach
functions. of a. western physician ed a stage of culture, geniality, and
is to educate the masses of the finesse that is almost incompre-
people in disease prevention rather hensible to the average European
than to treat countless individual or American."

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