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University Of Oklahoma Was Hostess ZHonor System Calls NOTICE
JNTToWomen's Inter-collegiate Convention For Higher Ideals Glee Club and Orchesis will have
_ ___ I its dress rehearsals for the program
ALCHIRMAN!AI lINi the opening of the men's
Mergf into a common purpose campuses, too, smoking is banned, "Honorsystems are only success- Leaue at 6:30 today the Wom
'Hoors ces-Leguea :0tdyin theWor-
was the noticible individuality of but both men and women students ful where an overwhelming major- en's League Theater. All members
r WAIf each of the schools represented at smoke anyway, breaking the ban. ity of the students have a scholar- should get late permission from
the national convention of the In- Here, the only restriction on smok- Alpha Epsilon Phi And Collegiate ship ideal. For that reason it would the Dean Unde
ter-Collegiate Association of Uni- ing made by the University is that Sorosis Are Defeated In Only never work at Michigan or any Sigma Delta Pi, honorary foren.br been
versity Women, held this past it shall not be done in University Two Games Played other large college," said Prof. Roy sic sorority, will meet on Thursday througi
FIVE COMMITTEE OFFICES OF month in Norman, Oklahoma. Ac- buildings." H. Holmes, of the sociology depart- afternoon, May 2, at 5 o'clock at formal
PLAY OF '31 ARE FILLED AT cording to Margaret Bush, '30, new- The league house problem is one POSTPONE THREE GAMS ment. "In having this ideal the'the Pi Beta Phi house, 836 Tappan.
SOPHOMORE MEETING ly elected president of the Wom- that seems to be unique on this PNstudent would derive a certain The pins for last year's members themse
en's League and consequently a campus, however, for most schools Zeta Tau Alpha and Alpha Xi satisfaction from accomplishment have cne, and it is very important eith
LLOYD AND CODY SPEAK delegate from Michigan to the con- have dormitories to accommodate Delta were victorious in the two in- and achievement. The feeling that members attend to get them. noon.
-_____vention, this was one of the things the women students, or else do not tramural games played yesterday among the students should be such Miss Dorothy Haas, '30, Will pres- This
Ruth Van Tuyl Will Be Assistant that impressed her most about the require them to live in houses so afternoon on Palmer field that one couldn't maintain his self- ent an organ recital of sacred music 100 Wi
co u1Wl B sit n veto.TetodaWetrlseysprisdb hZuiest e spctwok hra Curh0a0730oclckteLe
Chairman; Chairmen Of FinanceI convention. The cordial, Western closely supervised by the uaversity Tau Alpha winning from Alpha respect unless he did his work on Sunday evening, May 5, at Zion
PrgasPoerisChsn(hospitality of the hostess college, or college. It is probable that more Epsilon Phi b cr f6t seriously and was determined to, Lutheran Church, at 7:30 o'clock. teL
Programs, Properties Chosen I the University of Oklahoma, wasl interest on the part of women inEpioPh by a score of 6 to 0 seriosly dedou oi;terin The will be
alosth Unriyg.k h m , s e s n the leaue hose o f n thipin and Alpha Xi Delta defeating Col- get some good out of it; the in- The public is cordially invited. bill
Helen Jones, '31, was elected gen also st University of Michigan is th can be aroused in the is campusi legiate Sorosis 15 to 5. Gamma Phi dividual of a different sort would be! Idn
aciiiso(rwe uo n srczdas aj 'operatic
eral chairman of next year's Jun-I fortunate in having only minor(the League through the efforts of Beta defaulted to Sigma Kappa.porsporThisnditiculdn't W. A. PLANS *pe la;
Gi Play t a men o problems in comparison to those of the Board of Representatives. Threstfte gamesnscheu prevail as long as our colleges and 'EAKFASTS T the
VT Sophomore a womenecd yesterday, in Ruth! other schols," Miss Bush said in b________ltea terno eeio lydIad
Van Tuyl, '31, was elected assistant spe g of te p ms id because so many of the players universities are so large and are py
ADVISER FAVORS were absent. attended by individuals who care W. A. A. has announced a break- Accor
cara.TeohreetvofI at the convention," and especially nothing for scholarship but whose! him
ces which were fiilled at the meet- t nate eriudicary Conc FI The Zeta Tau Alpha-Alpha Epsi- fast bat to take place up the rivera
ing were financial chairman, Jane O otca mpusesethdcasesnarE I lon Phi game was fast throughout c"e aim is to get by. iregulati
andmconsequently the inningsrwere Sunday morning. The party willple
Yearnd, '31; chairman of proper- before the council b the cnandconsequently the innings were People who do not have this ideal leay morn am prt- pied w
ties, Katherine Clifford, '31, and n and not by the women on "Because of the prevalence of short. Alpha Epsilon Phi played can cheat with no pangs of con- leave Barbour gymnasium prompt- ties th
chairman of programs, Roberta n s and the councils them- fires in Ann Arbor this year the under a decided disadvantage, for science for they do not feel that ly at 8:30, and all who go on the she ha
Reid, '31. I ihfarl p r. subject of fire hazards has become it was their first game, as con they are doing anything wrong. In excursion are asked to bring their parties
The meeting was called by Doris1 sevesehave faress power in decid a very acute one and definite meas- trasted against their opponents, jfact they enhance their self-re- own breakfasts. afterno
iDensmore, '31, vice-president of the made s. the council and then ube ures in fire prevention should be who were playing their third. They spect by getting good grades in this Those who plan to be present are an will
Denmoe, di vie-resdet o te mdeby tecucladte u- 1k *b
class. She first introduced Louise mitted to the advisers for approval. aken," said Miss Alice G. Lloyd started out well, however, and it way. They even receive the ap- requested to sign their names on ties th
Cody, '30, chairman of this year's' "Our point system is also good," speaking for the Advisers of Womn- was not until the last of the game probation of their colleagues by papers posted on the bulletin guiding
Junior Girls' Play, to the Sopho- Miss Bush went on to say, "but it en and warning women students of that they weakened. With the succeeding through some ingenious boards at the field house and Bar- 2:30 un
more women. Miss Cody emphasiz-could nevertheless be improved in their responsibility in lessening strong combination of a very good ruse in getting fine grades." bour gymnasium. All University and fro
'ed the responsibility of the women its enforcement. We also found danger from fire with its conse- pitcher and equally good first base- When asked if this system would women are invited to the affair. evening
elected to fill committee offices and that t the P quent threat to human life and man, the Zeta Tau Alphas were work any better if a tradition of be at t
briefly sketched the qualifications Hellenic aociamosended damage to property. ble to play a fine contest. honor existed at the university, he ! is thus in most rofesina Iy ad
which candidates for each position create an atmospheresof democracy Enumerating certain dangers The line-up was: Zeta Tau Alpha said that at a university of this sh s a mostr em id
must possess. She remarked that aind the line betwen the independ which the students themselves do --M. Cassidy, M. Ohlson, G. Hamil- size even that would make no dif- schools, for all who enter them guides,
the class of '31 will be especially ent woman and the sorority mem- not prevent, Miss Lloyd mentioned ton, D. Litzenberger, M. Elsworth, ference. There still would be 'a have a definite aim in mind, while various
fortunate in being the first to give ber wasanot marked. On man short circuits caused by hanging a H. Custine, R. Black, V. Earl, D. majority whose prime motive would mely ome o che to spend huch as
their Junior Girls' Play in the new _lamp cord on a nail, tying knots in4 Straub. Alpha Epsilon Phi-D, be to get by and receive diplomas mfoury ears.
Women's League theater. electric wiring, and overloading a Touff, J. Goldenberg, S. Weiss, D. for they think "a diploma from the I years.W..
Alice Lloyd, Junior Girls' Play raditional Ceremony circuit with double socket attach- Bloom, H. Grabowsky, J. Levy, P. Universtiy of Michigan is a good
adviser, was next introduced by -t ments, even though a house may Ornstein, J. Cohen, M. VanVliet. thing to have."
Miss Densmore. She gave a short Is Long Establshed be wired very carefully. ( The Alpha Xi Delta-Collegiate "I do not think students are dis-Ti
history of the play and emphasized' "In a recent inspection of dormi- Sorosis game was not an outstand- ionest," Professor Holmes said.
eligibility to office. "Lantern Night has ben a cher- tories, sororities, and league houses, ing contest. Josephine Quarry play- "There are very few who are down- b 6
At the conclusion of Miss Lloyd's ished tradition at Michigan except many wires were found strung ed well for the Sorosis team, while right dishonest. The majority are m un
speech, the meeting was turned around the rooms, hung over nails, i Marion Geb was one of the best absolutely honorable in anything
over to Cynthia Hawkins, '29: for one short period as long as I split and fastened to the wall with players for the Alpha Xi Deltas. 4hey consider worthwhile, but when
chairman of the Judiciary Board, there has been coeducation," said nails, and twisted into knots," stat- The line-up for the game was: they do not derive any real satis- ' Cut on
She announced that while nomina- Mariana Smalley, '31M., yesterday, ed Miss Lloyd. "When the insula-- Alpha Xi Delta-M. Geib, H. Har- Faction out of the feeling that they.
tios had been made by a commit Miss Smalley, as president of W. A. tion wears off and wire touches ter, G. Vandawalker, J. Thayer, L. "lave accomplished something, they
tee made up of Helen Jones, '31, A. in 1925, was chairman of Lan- metal or another wire, a short cir- Codling, K. McMurray, A. Lambie, do not feel it worthwhile to main-i i ' n fel
vJane Yearnd, 31, and Frances No "In 1913, cuit results and fire may break out M. Paddock, R. Ellis. Collegiate tain a high standard of honor to-
Jany rd, '31, a n drancns Nro- hanywhere along the path of that1 Sorosis-J. Quarry, L. Cody, L. ward their work."
.floor would be in order. Members she continued, "the custom was dis- circuit," she explained. Breaky, F. Novy, E. Reeves, K. Fitz- "It is true that the honor system
of the Judiciary Board conducted continued, but was resumed in 1919., The more pbvious carelessness' patrick, F. Taylor, I. Hubbard. las been successful in the engin-
the balloting. YI°eriegsho, u hrjtesii
"The year I was chairman of with electric irons, with unex- rng school, but thiere the spnift
Lantern Night, the afternoon pre- tinguished matches and cigarettes s altogether different from that in
League Plans Tea ceding it was known as Field Day," Ineed hardly be mentioned, the F R A T E R N I T Y R I N G S he literary school. The students
said Miss Smalley. "The final games house inspection revealed, although have a professional ideal, they re-
Dance -For Openin of baseball, tennis, and other sports this too often results in risk of feADICUTOFizehyhaetknwherok
were played off between the class and heavy property loss. Miss Lloyd 25% to 40% mid take satisfaction in' feeling I
teams. Following that came the believes that one of the greatest -
Tickets for the formal party at picnic supper eaten on the hill at fire hazards and one most easily 49th Anniversary Sale
the&League building Saturday night Palmer Field and the Freshman controlled if students will take the Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
having been almost distributed I Pageant. Directly after the Page- initiative, comes from careless' 603 Church Street
among senior women, an exep-I ant, the traditional Lantern Night smoking in wooden frame build- m
ceremonies commenced. The Sen-. igs.
tionally large attendance is exq iors marched around the field, hold- "It is the duty of the household-
pected at the tea dance in the ing their lighted lanterns, through er to see that her house is safe for BOX OFFICE JA CiI S C
afternoon. All undergraduate wom- the flowered hoops held by the the students who rent her rooms,
en are invited to bring their guests, Sophomores, and then passed their and it is the duty of the students open
lanterns on to the waiting Junior to see that they do not damage
dmitnce ' rud class. These customs are as old as this property and endanger life by TODAY
dmfttace.-, Lantern Night. But in '25 the Sen- habits of carelessness. There mus3 6 P M
Bob 'Carson's eight piece orc -s their own Lan- always be fire escapes because care- -
piceochs Ifr class composed terow a--saesbcus ae
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rgraduate women who have
elected 'to act as guides
i the Michigan League at its
opening on Saturday will
[ves go through the building
er 4 or 5 o'clock this after-
group of women, more than
11 be permanent ushers of
ague building. Their duty
to show parties through the
g during its early weeks of
on, and to act as ushers at
ys to be given in cases
the organization giving the
es not itself provide ushers.
'ding to Margaret Bush, '30,
an of the guides, certain
ions will have to be com-
ith by those who take par-
rough the building. Unless
s accompanied one of the
through the. building this
on, an undergraduate wom-
not be allowed to take par-
rough on Saturday. The
service will continue from
til 5:30 o'clock on Saturday
im 8 until 11 o'clock in the
. Guides are expected to
he building by 2 o'clock and
dition to the undergraduate
representatives from the
organizations will act as
es in their respective rooms,
the League office and the
A. office.
l Hats
the Head
ts or straw
and up

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tra, the same one that is to play tern Night song which they sag,
at night, will furnish the music. led by the band. This tradition
Spring flowers will be the only dec- has been discontinued in favc. of
orations. The committee in charge singing only well-known Michigan
)have planned refreshments for the songs."
,guests in connection with the en- For a moment Miss Smalley dis-
tertainent at the reception, that cussed pageants for women in gen-
will be going on in the rest of the eral. They were started at Bar-
building at the same time. nard college in 1903, she asserted.
Florence W atchpocket, '29, is in and then taken up by women at
charge of plans for this dance, the University of California. The
whieh is expected to be on par with cast of the first pageant .a; Michi-
the party in the evening. It was gan included both men and women.
planned especially for those who; It was called "Jeanne D'Arc" and
have been unable to make reserva- was given in 1914. The second
tions for the formal party. pageant to be given here, "The
Queen's Progress" was held in 1916
Wellesley. - Rowing 1 e a d s the to celebrate the 300th anniversary
spring sports at Wellesley and lac- F of Shakespeare's death. The Fresh-
rosse vies with this sport in popu- j man Pageant as it is now held, was
larity. started in 1924.

iessness exists. Real fire preven-1
tion makes it unnecessary to use
them. It is well to remember that
all fires except those caused by
lightning are preventable", she I

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