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WOMEN TOGET WORK

SOCIAL EVENTS INCLUDE ANNOUNCEMENT PARTIES,
DINNERS FOR JUNIOR PLAY CAST, AND PLEDGING

WYVERN TO SPONSORi
BRIDGE TEA MAY I11
jAnother important affair initiat-

Engagement
ties hold the

announcement par-
major place amongI

TWO CHIEF SOURCES OF WORK the social events this week, al-
FOR WOMEN IN SUMMER ARE though faculty dinners and pledg-
C AEg continue. The sororities are
CAMP AND HOTEL JOBS beginning to plan for their house
CD parties over the weekend of Moth-
PA D 47 LAST SUMMER ers' Day, which is always a big
event for both men and women.
Through the office of the Advisers Announcement of the engage-
of Women, Michigan women may ment of Dawn Benschoten, '29Ed.,
obtain full-time positions for -the of Flint, to Dr. Harold Goldsmith
summer vacation. Miss Beatrice of Cornell University, was made at
Johnson is the adviser who has dinner at the Delta Zeta house
Scharge of employment of University last Saturday night. Mrs. Ben-
women, and she is attempting to schoten and several other guests
develop all possible sources of sum- attended the dinner. Individual'
,imer positions for college women. corsages were found at each place
- There are according to Miss as favors.
Johnson, two chief sources of posi- Formal Dinner Given
h tions for University students. The Delta Gamma entertained with
first is camp work, which, she says, a formal dinner Friday in honor
nets one experience with children of Prof. Waldo Abbot and Mrs. Ab-
or high school adolescents, but bot, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Man-
usually has no cash compensation.
. A good healthy summe#i- out of
doors and maintenance constitute
Sthe remuneration. "This work gives
Wthe sort of practical experience
Mis helps a prospective teacher," (Afll INH
SMiss Johnson observes. "It otters
power of psychological adaptation O
to the individual child or group of SigmAL Alpha Iota, musical frat-1
children." ernity, entertained the newly elect-
Hotel work is the other large ed officers of the active and alum-I
source of employment which Miss nae chapters at an informal dinner
Johnson has had to deal with. "By last Thursday at Mrs. E. A. Gal-I
I. doing hotel work at resorts," she lup's residence on Aniwa road.
says, "girls are able to make from Miss Hazel Ritchey, who left yes-l
$100 to $250 besides maintenance terday morning for New York was
during the summer. This cash is the guest of honbr.
p largely the result of tips received The new officers are: President,
for table seving." Dorothy Wilson, Spec.; vice-presi-I
,, Miss Johnson mentioned other dent, Elizabeth Sutherland, '30;I
types of work in which college secretary, Dorothy King, SofM.;t
women engage during the summer, treasurer, Christine Siefert, SofM.;
such as clerking in department editor,,Frances Peck, SofM.; chap-I
stores or other shops, acting as lain, Catherine Backus, '30; alum-I
children's governesses, and doing nae secretary, Mary Elizabeth Gal-..
secretarial and stenographic work. by, SofM.I
Praises Vacation Work Sigma Alpha Iota held a meetingI
"One of the most admirable traits on April 26 at the home of Martha
4 of the modern girl is that she Merkle-Lyon at which a special
is unwilling either to be parasitic honor was conferred upon Mrs. Es-
upon h'ei' family's resources, or to ther Seltzer Wilson, retiring presi-'
turn herself into human ballast for dent; Nell Stockwell, Helen Fagg,
porch chairs during the summer '29Ed., and Virginia Tice, '29. This
Smonths," Miss Johnson declares. "I honor was that of Second Degree,
r believe that there is more charac- which is conferred for scholarship
ter damage from underwork tnan and service to the fraternity. (
physical harm from overwork dur- Sigma Alpha Iota will hold its
14 g summer vacationr." monthly formal musicale tomorrow
=-Last summer Miss Johnson found evening at the home of the Misses
full-time employment outside ,of Alice and Anna Lloyd. RousseauD
Ann Arbor for 47 women students, Criswell, '28, pianist; Hope Eddy,l
as well as many part-time posi- Grad., contralto, and Helen Gould,
ions, here.'T e -University Hes- '30, soprano, will give the-program.f
pital is, she says, one of the chief
local sources of positions.
Large Sum Earned Last year
The total amount of earnings of Diamonds, Wache
, women getting jobs through the
Advisers' office last summer was
$4,555.24. This is not a complete 1-igh Grade R4
picture of student earnings, how-
ever, Miss Johnson adds, because
of multiple factors such as a wom-
a's getting a position through
personal friends or keeping a Joba
held in previous years. No record
of such employment is on file in
the Advisers' office.
" Miss Johnson is trying to develop ___
other sources of possible summer ___________________
employment for University women.
Her article in a recent issue of the
Alumnus aims to find employers A vance
among alumni, and cooperation A d,
has been obtained from the Michi-hof
gan Tourists' association through Showingo
'ts printed matter to reach resort
' managers. __ Now featired by c

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yon, Miss Margaret Mann, Mr. El-
roy S. Guckert, Mr. Hugh Hether-
ington, and Mr. John Diekhoff. The
sorority is giving a tea this after-
noon for their chaperone, Mrs.
Reynolds.
In honor of alumnae members
Kappa Alpha Theta gave a din-
ner Wednesday night. Among the
guests present were Mrs. A. G.
Ruthven, Mrs. L. I. Bredvold, Mrs.
Cringman, Mrs. C. S. Highley, Mrs.
Weiman, and Mrs. J. J. Walser.!
Spring flowers and tapers decor-
ated the tables.
Junior Play Cast Honored
Gamma Phi Beta entertained
with a formal faculty dinner Wed-
nesday in honor of Mr. Hugh Heth-
erington, Prof. William G. Smeaton
and Mrs. Smeaton, Prof. Francis
Curtis and Mrs. Curtis, Mr. O. H.1
Lee, Prof. J.,B. Moore, and Prof. H.I
Y. McClusky. The Junior Girls' Play'
cast from the house were the hon-
DECIDEDFOR WEEK
Intramural baseball will con-
tinue this week with games being
played at 4 and 5 o'clock on Mon-
day and Wednesday afternoons on
Palmer field. Each team that is
scheduled to play is requested to
bring a score keeper for its game.
The schedule of games for the
week is as follows: Monday at 4-
Alpha Phi vs. Delta Gamma; Kap-
pa Alpha Theta vs. Betsy Barbour.
Monday at 5-Delta Delta Delta vs.
Chi Omega; Wednesday at 4--PI
Beta Phi vs. Helen Newberry; Al-
pha Epsilon Phi vs. Zeta Tau Al-
pha; Wednesday at 5-Sigma Kap-
pa vs. Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Collegiate Sororisis; Al-
pha Omricon Pi vs. Delta Delta
Delta.
Student In Detroit
Is Author Of Novel!
Cecilia Liberman, a sophomore at
Detroit City college is the author
of a novel which is now being pub-
lished by a New York company.
Miss Liberman has entitled her
book "The Lonely Ones", and she
has chosen for a nom de plume,
Cecily Lambert.

ored guests at dinner Thursday
evening.
The members of the Ann Arbor
chapter of Chi Omega attended
the Eneusinian banquet at the
Twentieth Century club in Detroit
Saturday. Mrs. Mary C. Coloins
was the speaker. Some of the
members also went to the Pan-
Hellenic luncheon held at the
Book-Cadillac hotel.
Alpha Phi announces the 'cn4
gagement of Anna Jane Church-
man, '29, to Mr. Wallace Tomey,
both of Detroit, and of Florence
Holmes, '29, to Jerry Shaw, '29, an
Alpha Delta Phi.
Convention Held Here-
A district convention has caused
an unusually full social program
for Alpha Phi this weekend. An
informal dance was given at the
house Friday night, and a tea and
formal banquet Saturday in honor
of their guests.
Announcement was made at the
Zeta Tau Alpha house at dinner
Monday evening of the engage--
ment of Beleh Kagay, '27. to Ed-
ward C. Prophet, '24, a member of
Delta Sigma Pi. Mr. Prophet is
an instructor in the geography
department.
Alpha Epsilon Phi will have a
formal faculty reception from 8 to
10 o'clock next Tuesday night.
Professor I. L. Sharfman and Mrs.
Sharfman and Professor Moritz
Levi and Mrs. Levi will be in the
receiving line.
A unique sort of entertainment
was provided for members of Phi
Sigma Sigma when they went for
a hay ride last Friday, the
pledges acting as hostesses. Phi
Sigma Sigma held open house last
Sunday.

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Orchesis will meet at 8 o'clock
today at Barbour gymnasium.
Everyone must prepare to re-
hearse all day, and no excuses
will be accepted.

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ing the new League building as a AA
club house for all Michigan women i PLANS ARE'MAD
will be the bridge tea given by1 FOR HORSE SHO
Wyvern society from 2:30 to 5
o'clock on Saturday, May 11, in# Tentative plans for the i
the assembly hall. show which will be held May
Letters have ben sent by Wyvern were arranged' at 'a' meeting
to a woman in each organized Pegasus on Wednesday. They
house notifying her of the party, at elude a drill by the advanced
which 75 tables are expected to be ers, riding for form, hurdles,
in play. racing stunts. A trick horser
This will be the weekend of Moth- also be a feature of the prograb
ers' Day and the mothers are ex- This meet is not based on s
pected to be interested in seeing The idea is for the enjoymen
the building which will serve as a the sport and the fun. Any w
club house for their daughters en who are interested in par
while they are in school and, later, pating are asked to call C
when they return to Ann Arbor as Caple at 3193. It is not neces
alumnae. Women who have made I to be a member of Pegasus. Won
plans for the entertainment of, who are interested in hurd
their mothers on , Saturday are should call Dorothy Lyons, 9
urged to change them if at all Practices will begin three we
possible and attend the tea, the j before the meet. -
proceeds of which will go to the NOTICES
League fund. N
Members of Wyvern will act as Practice for interclass track
hostesses and conduct their guests be held on Monday and Wednes
on a tour of inspection of the from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock on tali
building, if so desired, either before held.
or after the party. Arrangements The central committee of
are being made for piano music High School Sports conference
while the guests are assembling' meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow in
and before starting to play bridge. parlor of Barbour gymnasium.
A group of women who were in the
1929 Junior Girls' Play will give
stunts while tea is being served.
The three bridge prizes which
will be given will be an added in--
terest tehe games, for they will
be in the form of souvenirs of the
League building.

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CONTEST ANNOUNCED
Announcement has just been
made of the winners in the Fresh;
man Pageant poster contest. Ival-
ita Glascock, 132A., was awarded
first prize; Shirley Barbe, '32A.,
won second prize, and Ruth Otto,
'32, received 'honorable mention.
The judges were Prof. Herbert A.
Fowler and Prof. Ross T. Bittinger,
both of the School of Architecture.
The winning poster will form the
cover design for the Lantern Night
program. It is done in black and
white and is the portrait of a
nymph posed against a sylvan
moon. Lanterns shine through the
surrounding trees, from behind
one of which a little woodland
sprite is peeping. The poster car-
ries: out admirably the motif of the
Freshman Pageant, which is that
of a fairy May-pole festival in old
England.
Miss Barbe's poster is a striking
silhouette of a daintily poised girl
holding a huge balloon. Miss Otto's
is that of an old-fashioned. girl in
hoop skirts dancing around a be-
ribboned May-pole. All three of
the winning posters will be on ex-
hibition May 8 at the installation
banquet at the Michigan League
building, and all three will be used
for ad -ertising purposes.

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A real home-cooked Dinner at
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Graduatio'
NEW SAMPLES JUST RECEIVED

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