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APRIL4,1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

'GE FIVE

'Margaret Bush Is Elected To

Presidency Of League

1JEAN WALLACE, '30,
9VICE PRESIDEN T OF
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IS ELECTED AS
LEAGUE; OTHERl
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NEW PRESIDENT OF W. A. A. IS TO BE
DOROTHY TOUFF, WHO HAS BEEN
ACTIVE ON CAMPUS
Margaret Salsbury -Bush, '30, was chosen president of the Women's
League yesterday in the annual elections. Jean B. Wallace, '30, was
elected vice-president to serve with Margaret Bush. Dorothy Touff.
30, was elected president of the Women's Athletic Association,
,which also held its annual elections yesterday, while Arliene Heilman.
'30, was elected vice-president of the organization. All of these women
have been active in campus affairs during their years at the University
Roberta Read, '31, was elected® --
;corresponding secretary of the wFork of the past year, a large share
Sesupndg Hee Jones, '31, wasof which has been in aiding in the
cgue;nd eordin seretary. The wcompleting of plans for the nev
,;chosen; recording secretary. The building and in the assisting ir
f'fice, of treasurer , will be filled by making arrangements for its open
Hermine Soukup, '31. Class repre-ming ad nded toito e
;senitatives for' the Board of Direc- ilg and dedication. Though the
new officers will be the ones to
'i4rs were also elected, these being wo k in the new building, the old
Margaret Sibley and Dorothy ones have had the opportunity to
Woodrow as senior representatives, help in the work of building it.
Eleaior Cooke and Ruth Marshall Installation Banquet To Be In May
;s junior representatives, and The installation banquet for the
'43etty Healy and Katherine Ferrin ne insll banue or the
.s' -,ophomore .representatives, new officers will occ ur some time
adotlon to thprese ffies. ,' in May and will probably be held
In addition to these offices, Iin the new League building. The
members of. the Judiciary Council president-elect of the League will
of 'the League were chosen. Ruth undoubtedly appoint the new com-
Van Tuyl and Elizabeth Sunder- mittee heads before that time.
land were elected as junior mem- Margaret - Bush has been espe-
hers and Virginia. Losee as Senior ( cially active on campus in her
Member. The Judiciary Council three years in the University. As
exists as part of the system of stu- a freshman, she was general chair-
dit government for women under man of the Freshman Pageant, a
the present arrangement of having member of the Life MembershipI
three advisers of women, who give a n d Undergraduate Campaignt
their advice and assistance to the Committees, a member of AthenaE
officers of the League. Cases re- and the Freshman Girl's Glee club,'
quiring disciplinary action are tried played class basketball, and was onI
before the Judicary Council instead a committee for the Penny Car-
of being~dealt with by a single dean nival. In her sophomore year,
of women as formerly. among other activities she was
Announce New W. A. A. Officers class representative on the Board1
The other officers which were of Directors, was chairman of the'
elected for the Women's Athletic Undergraduate booth of the Ba-i
Association are as follows: secre- zaar, took part in the Sophomoret
tary, Dorothy Griffith, '30, treas- Circus, played class hockey, basket-I
user, Elizabeth Whitney, '31, point ball and baseball. This year amongt
rec der, Helen Domine, '31, intra- other things, she was correspond-'
Sztra l-manager, Doris Renken- ing secretary of the League.T
rge, '3.0,giad publicity manager,
i~ther Anderson, '30. H
'With the League beginning the HOSPITAL KEEPS
0~with .the opening of the new EASTERCUSTOMSj
May, the new officers -
1t b~efof'ethem a year of oppor- Spring flowers of paper bloomed
unlty-eas well as one of hard in every window of the University
Vork. There will undoubtedly Hospital this Easter, representing
Je many adjustments to make the Easter projects worked out byr
ahd precedents to be carefully the childrens' ward under the di-i
formed in the managing of the new rection of the department of occu-
bdilding, as well as all the old pational therapy. Some windowsi
roitine and duties to carry on. The showed paper cutouts of EasterJ
responsibility resting on the new bunnies as well.l
offiders will without doubt be Through the help of the Luther-f
greater than, other officers have an Church society and the Bachc
iset, though they will have as com- school, together with individual.
pensation the pleasure of being the children who wished to share theirf
first group of League officers to Easter with the sick kiddies, everyI
work in the new building. child in the hospital,. and some of
The out-going officers in turn the adults as well, had a paperk
should be commended for their I basket with colored Easter eggs.
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WOMEN TO HAVE ; TINTERPRETIVE SO
TENNISTOURNEY LSTO FEATURE
This year the intramural depart- IMembers of Orchesis and the
ment is initiating an all campus LUniversity Girl's Glee Club are
tennis tournament as part of the nowcompleting their plans for the
intramural schedule of s p o r t s. Defeat Kappa Delta Iii First Game .ot program which they are
Practice will begin immediately O I to give at the opening of the
after spring vacation for all those Tournament Women's League building, Satur-
interested. There are four new :___day, May 4.
asphalt courts at the field house in All arrangements for Orchesis
addition to the 12 clay courts, so SLOW GAME IS PLAYED rehearsals have been posted on the
there will be room for all comers- - bulibtin boards in tthe Women's
to play. An hour will be set aside The intramural baseball tourna- Athletic building, and in Barbour
several days a week for practice, ment began yesterday when Zeta gymnasum, and each woman will
;he exact time of which will be Tau Alpha defeated the Kappa Del- be held responsible for finding out
announced later. . ta team by a 25 to 3 score on Pal- which rehearsals she is expected
Houses are urged to have their' mer field. The game was veiy one- to attend.
tennis players start practice right sided as the Kappa Delta team was In case of any. previous engage-
away. Four women from each weak in the field and only able to ment for the time that the re-
house are necessary to make up a score one run in each inning. The hearsals are scheduled, members
eam for the tournament. Class winning team were able to. hit all are expected to report Jo Miss Ione
teams will be chosen from among of the Ka'ppa Delta pitcher's balls Johnson, faculty advisor of Orches-
,he women that turn out for the and showed considerable ability in is, or Velma Johnson, '29, chair-
)ractices each week. There will the field. man of the dance committee, the
ilso be another tournament held Mildred Cassidy played a nice reason for their inability to attend,
ater on in the season. game for Zeta Tau Alpha both at
Women who were entered in the bat and as pitcher. Margaret Ohl-
ipper class tournament last . fall son at first base was also a factor
nd did not -have a chance to play in keeping the Kappa Deltas down
>ff the final matches are asked to to only three runs. Dorothy Felske,I{
:omplete them as soon as possible. pitcher on the losing team, did!;
some good batting.
! The line-up is as follows:.I UUs TR II I
MO SAD[ Zeta Tau Alpha: Kappa Delta:
M. Cassidy.....P . .....D."Felske Definite plans have just been
M. Elsworth....C.. E. Sunderland Dnite plans ha e J bn
M. Raine ........ S. ... C. Parkinson announced by Miss Beatrice John-
M. Ohlson .....l.B.1........ M. Hunt son, adviser of women, for the bus
F D. Elsworth .....23..... J. Robinson trip which 25 Oriental women stu-
A. Bauckus .....3B....... H. Felske dents are to make to Lansing dur-
Models for the Hudson Style C. Thompson ...RF..A. Sunderland ing spring vacation. The date for
B B lack.......LF......H. Clark the excursion has been set as Wed-
show, sponsored by the undergrad -___
.C.. E. Klanderman, nesday, April 10.
uate campaign fund committee of This game was the opening one The day's program is to begin at
the Women's League, to be pres- of the season. Games will start 9 o'clock, when the bus will leave
ented on the afternoon of Satur- immediately after vacation and will I Barbour gymnasium, arriving in
day Apil , n te Gorianroo Ibe played every Monday and Fri- East Lansing at 11:30 o'clock. The
day, April 6, in the Georgian roomdy t4 :15eanryat 5 o'clockn. r-ad e etsal u
ofHdo',hvtencoe y a t41 n t5ocok It is students will be guests at a lunch-
tHudson's, have been chosen by absolutely necessary that every eon at the People's United church,
aphl .gteam having a game scheduled and at 2 o clock they will go to the
en will model: Eugenie I. Chapel, notify both the opposing team and Lansing Capitol, where a legisla-
'32, Kathleen M. Badger, '31A., the gym office if a default is un- tive session will be observed. A tea
Dorothy A. McGuffie, '31, Pauline avoidable. Otherwise every team given by the Lansing group of the
T. Bowe, '32, Frances L. Novy, '31, will be expected to play at the American Association of University
Virginia M. Arms, '31, Hadie C. times scheduled. Any team which Women will complete the after-
Supe, '32, Ruth Latham, Marie M. is not on the field ready to play noon's program, the women start-
Edington, '31, Dorothy M. Lyons, within five minutes of the time ing back at 5:30 o'clock.
'29, Dorothy i Sample, '32, Kather- scheduled must forfeit the game. The bus trip to Lansing is being
ine C. Fitzpatrick, '30, Ernesten E. It is necessary that this be strictly financed anonymously by a person
Wagner, '31, Jane Wallace, '32, adhered to in order that the games interested in the Oriental women
Donna K. Jones, 32, Lucile F. Mc- be finished before 6 o'clock. Ath- students at Michigan. Miss John-
Clelland, '31A., Virginia A. Losee, letic managers are asked to note sort is to accompany the group on
'30, Miriam L. Horton, '29, and this and to observe these rules. 'the excursion.
Margaret H. Eaman, '31.--_ _
These students will model all llltlllllillt111 i 111 i tI111NIl 111WUI U111111111U111'
types of dresses: Formals, ensem-
biles, afternoon clothes, sports wear, Pick the hat you would
and others. These clothes will be love to wear +
chosen especially for the women .
and will be fitted "previous to the
showing.
The committee desii'es it to be
understood that the fashion showyl
is not a commercial affair, but a or your favorite Magazine anc et
social function, and with that view - us design it on your head It -
in mind tea will be served by the I is fascinating and not at all
J. L. Hudson company for 50 cents, I
bridge talleys and cards will be expensive.
furnished, and the Georgian roomlE
on the 13th floor will be turnedl= A-iIN.

4GS, DANCES
LEAGUE OPENING
so that they may be excused, If
this absence is not reported, it will
be counted as unexcused, and one
of the rules made by the dance

over to the presentation of the ! f;I"
fashions. ' I
If they are not certain as to whom
they are to play they can find out
by calling Margaret Ohlson, '30, at 17 E LIBERTY ST
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