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I'UMSTAY, MAY 23',' 1029

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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION INSTALLS

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OFFICERS AT ANNUAL BASEBALL BANQUET;
SPORTS AWARDS MADE TO F WOMEN

DOROTHY TOUFF IS PRESIDENT
WITH ARLIENNE HEILMAN
VICEPRESIDENT
DOCTOR BELL PRESIDES

16

Minor Officers Of Association
Ares Also Inducted
Into Office,

Eaman, '31, archery and fencing
manager; Dorothy Birdzell, '32Ed,
bowling manager; Dorothy Felske,
'32Ed, dancing manager; I4athryn
McMurray, '31, golf manager; Jan- {
net Michael,'31, outdoor manager;
Betty Healy, '32Ed, riding manager;
Helen Nicolt '32, rifle manager;
Mary Lou Hershey, '32Ed, swim-
ming manager; Louise Cody, '30,
tennis manager; and Ruth Mar-_
shall, '31, track manager.s
Jeannette Vreeland
Has Increased Fame
At Each Appearance

BANQUET TICKETS
Tickets for the banquet to be
Sgiven in honor of President Clar-
ence Cook Little at 6 oclock thisj
{ evening at the Union will be
available to women until 3J
o'clock this afternoon at the I
Women's League building. Tick-
ets are $1.50 apiece. Marie Hart-{
wig, '29, is in charge of the sale. ;
Women will be represented at !
J the banquet by Elizabeth Well-
man, '29, who will give a speech.j
Senior Society will present Mrs. I
Little, who will be present, with J
a corsage. Bob Carson's orches-
tra will play and a mysterious j
surprise has been promised. I
Both independent and sorority
women are invited to make res- I
ervations.
MISS SCRNTON
TALKS ON TRAVEL

Formal installation of the 1929-
30 oIfcers of the W. A. A. marked
tha cl1osing of the annual baseball
banquet held last night in the
longe of the Women's Athletic
building. Dorothy Touff, '30, was
S augurated as the new president;
Aibe ne Hleilman, '3Ed, vice-pres-
ide>t -, Elizabeth Whitney, '31,
tireasurer; and Dorothy Griffith, '30,
secretary.
Faculty Members Speak
The body of the program consist-
ed of several speeches given by
members of the faculty, Betty
Smither, '29, president of W. A. A.
for tis year, officiating as toast-
mistress Speakers were Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, .Miss Laurie Campbell,
Miss Alice Lloyd, and Miss Ruth
Hassinger.
Dr. Bell officiated in the award-
ing of the class numerals. The
Junir, class won the interclass
game, wit Genevieve Coan, '30,
receiving numerals. The sopho-
mnores and freshmen tied for sec-
ond place, with Helen Schneider,
'1, and Frances Beuthein, '31, rep-
'esenting the sophomore class for
numerals, and Katherine Koch, '32,
Elizabeth Gardner, '32, and Jo-
sephine Lowe, '32, receiving fresh-
&han numerals. Fern Conrad, '29,
and Muriel Volz, '29, won numera
for the senior class. Dr. Bell next
presented a silver cup to Zeta Tau
Alpha for having won the inra-
murl baseball tournament.
0'00 Point "M" Is Awarded
Following the presentation of
team awards, Dr. Bell made the
aawIards for individual activity. The
1000 point "M" awarded for sports-
anship, leadership, and service
was presented for the first time
last night. Women who received
the "M'' are Marie Hartwig, '29,
Jeanette Saurborn, '29Ed, Louise
Cooley, '29, Cynthia Hawkins, '29,
and Anna Zauer, ° 9Ed. Doothy
~yns, '29, Velma Johnson, '29Ed,
and. Frances Miller, '30, were pre-
sented with the 1200 point "M" for
avng received that number of ac-
tivity points. The 600 point pin
was given to Frances Bielby, '3OEd,
Arlienne Heilman, '30Efl, Dorothy
Marshich, '30Ed Helen Moore,
'1Ed, and Margaret Stahl, '30. The
,'men who received the 300 point
"M" were Dorothy Birdzell, '32Ed
Mildred Cassidy '3Ed Marjorie
- sworth, '32Ed, Marian Gieb, '3Ed,
- Lou Hershey,h'32EdrEsther
4~Rowe, '32 Ed, Katherine M-
;aurray, '31, Dorothy Marshich,
'$0Ed, Helen Moore, '3Ed, Joseph-
,mne Quarry, '31Ed, Fern Conrad,
9, Helen Wilson, '31, Elizabeth
"0ood, '31, and Marianna Paddock,
.3Ed.
Other Officers Installed
Besides the four major installa-
+tions, 16 women were inducted into
ffice: Helen Domine, '31, point re-
order; Esther Anderson, '30, pub-
' icty manager; Doris Renkenber-
er, '30Ed, intramural manager;
'ertrude Smith, '30, hockey mana-
ger; Margaret Ohlison, '30, basket-
S al1 manager; Frances Bielby,
0Ed, baseball manager; Margaret
Notices
Women planning to be in the
egasus horse show should be at
S1ullison's stables by 3:30 today.
r, Orchesis will hold its initiation at
o'clock today at the home of Mrs.
reene. Please meet at the corner
°#f State and North University
streets at 3:45 to get the bus. Take
the Broadway bus, go tothe end of
the line and watch for markers.
'n case of rain the initiation will
e held at 4 o'clock in Sarah Cas-
.Well Angell Hall.+

says

Women Should Go
To Alter Perspective
A n iOinions,

Abroad

Among the younger American so- -______
pranos there is probably no other "You remember Matthew Ar-
singer whose success has been more nold's remark about culture mean-
decided than that of Jeanette Vrce- ing a 'vast deal of unprofitable
land. Misss Vreeland is appearing reading?' He might have added
this evening at Hill auditorium as'" dr
1 soloist at the May Festival Con- rand seeing'," said Miss Henriette
cert. She has received her entire Scrpanton of the university library.
artistic training in America, and al- uroa travel is coming back so
though her rise has not been spec- i kltia pS-aaua1i.dxa tpauot iua
tacular, her fame and popularitecned-that not a day passes without
have grnwith feah cocerthy some added pleasure in reading or
have grown with each concert she hearing or seeing something which
has given. means more because of one's trip.
I Her first ycar before the public "Every girl should definitely plan
was not heralded by pages of ad- to take, sometime soon, some kind
vertising, yet she filled over 30 en- of a European tour, and should be-
gagements in recitals, oratorios andgin to save and to sacrifice for it
festivals, establishing herself as an if necessary." She added, "To get
artist by means of her musical abil- even a glimpse of the peoples and
ity. I civilizations from which we come
During her second season, 1923-24, is to alter our perspectives and ad-
her reputation increased and she just our opinions of ourselves as a
appeared six times with the New nation-a wholesome performance!
York Symphony orchestra. She is "But there are tours and tours
considered as one of the foremost'Those planned by experienced peo-
artists for both the Brahms' "Re-. The b expei p e
giem" and the "New Life" of Wolf- plc," she believes, "make it possible
quea rf - to see much more in any given timeE
Ferrari. and with less fatigue than by one-
In private life she is the wife of self. The best kind of tour sends
ercy R or Sphens, a we with its parties, leaders who know
nown teacher o singing inB.New the history and architecture and art
Vrelad, ap en er busi- of the places visited and are trained
Vreeland, a prominent Denver thst to talk about them. These are usu-
n ess-uman. Critics write of r that ally college tachers and their talks
sheissuc asatsfingaristtht~add much to what one gets from
it is difficult to estimate her gift'!
in mere words. Her voice has been each placetand brings home for
described as clear as a bell through future enjoyment."
its entire scale and as possessing,
the combined qualities of brilliance !MUMMERS HOLDS
and warmth. jANNUAL ELECTION

VMay Festival And Graduates Occasion
Many Springtime Dinners And Spreads
MAKE TOUR OF CAM PUS Among the events that took place Dorothy McKee, '30. There were 14
yesterday was a small dinner by guests, including the Alpha Phi
Weekend Holiday Will Bring Guests Mrs. John Sundwall, after which seniors, present.
On Trip From Collcges'she took her guests to hear the con- Delta gave a kitchen shower yester-
At Rochester cert given by Sophie Braslau and1 day for June Marshall '29 who is
'_I'Richard Crooks at Hill auditorium. daybforJune arsyall '29 who .
GUIDS WIL BEPROVDEDAnother charming little dinner tak- to be a bride early in the fall.
GUIDES WILL BE PROVIDE D ^. e hn aemen Zeta Tau Alpha seniors were
______ i~ng place at the same time, was thatn eaTnApasnoswr
given by Mrs. Robert Gazelle. Both guests at a spread in their honor by
Taking advantage of an educa- were held in private dining rooms. the juniors last night.
tional holiday, thirty-five women Mary White, '29, was the guest of Delta Zeta gave a miscellaneous
from the University of Rochester honor at a surprise supper party shower Tuesday night for Betty
Normal College, Rochester, N .Y., given Tuesday in the Cave by the Pulver, '29. Thirty persons were
will arrive here by bus from De- women who had worked with her present for the affair.
troit at 1 o'clock tomorrow. The the League Board. Twenty-five couples attended the#
women will be accompanied by the Seniorwomen in Phi Sigma spring formal given by Phi Gamma
Miss Carpenter, of the psychology Sigma were entertained yesterday Mu Saturday night at the chapter,
department of the University of aa delightful tea given for them house. Mrs. A. T. Davis and Mrs.
Rochester, and Dr. Zieders, head of by Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins. The af- J. W. Scholl chaperoned the dance.'
the departmentp fair took place in the Russian tea One of the largest social func-
They will stop in Detroit, on rotions of the past week was the an-
their trip through, to visit points Mrs. J. B. Edmonson will be nual old English tea at Martha
>f interest there. The weekend hostess this evening at an intresting Cook on Saturday afternoon. The
holiday affords them the opportun- dinner being given for the Admin- Iwomen were dressed in appropriate
ity to get in touch with the col- istrative Committee of the School costumes and they staged a masque
leges of the west as well as giving of Education. The guests of honor as part of the entertainment. Five
them an enjoyable trip. will be Professor Clifford Woody and}hundred faculty guests were invited
Arriving at the League tomor- r aigScrinrncplf to the tea.,
row, the women will be met by an Mr. Raleigh Schorsing, principal ofpp Delta seniors were en-
undergraduate committee of Mich-'the University high school. Pro-i h Kappa Dlasnoswr n
igan women, headed by Ruth fessor Woody and Mr. Schorling are tertained at a bowery party Tues-
Brook,'30 amnd Mary aRual, '30.leaving next week for Germany day night. The party was given by
Brook, '30, and Mary oarnall, '3f where they will make a study of the the juniors and was held at the
who will guide them on a tour of Gra colsse home of Mary and Katherine I
inspection of the campus. The German school system. hoEvoMryadnstern
main pontis of interest to be vis- Mrs. N. H. Williams and Mrs. Ross Evans.
ited by the women will be the new Sawyer will be joint hostesses at a Alpha Xi Delta honored its pa-
dyhWomen Athltic buing, luncheon in honor of Mrs. Walter tronesses at a dinner at the house
League, Women's Athletic building, Colby today in a private dining last night. The guests for the occa-
and Martha Cook dormitory, al- sion were Dr. and Mrs. Theron
though other campus buildings and room.eo
prtofnn Ahrborm wilgs alsonbed The Industrial Enginecring so- Langford, Mrs. H. H. Seeley, Mrs. C.
parts of Ann Arbor will also be ob- ciety will hold a dininer tonight for J. Lyons, Mrs. C. C. Sturgis, Mr. andi
Sserved 15 members and guests. Mrs. H. E. Keeler, Mrs. N. H. Wil-
and one-half hours, the women wil Mr. and Mrs. Edgar N. Lupser, of liams, and Mrs. W. J. Saunders.
return to Detroitr late tomorrow Springfield, Ohio, and several out- Mu Phi Epsilon, national honor-,
afternoon, of-town artists are the guests in ary musical society, initiated the
afternoon___whose honor Mr. and Mrs. Palmer following women last Saturday aft-
Dr. Arnold H. Kegel, Commis- Christian are entertaining at a ernoon: Madeline Brooks, Dorothy
siner of Health of Chicago, has small after-theatre buffet tonight Mayo, Elizabeth Searles, and Mar-
found that children of the Gold in the Alumnae room. orie Smith.
Coasdt, a dwellilaen of Chiago's At the sorority houses and dormi- Pi Beta Phi announces the initia-
eliCoast, ardwel likeplace tof reaChicago thes tories, senior suppers and showers tion of Winifred Root, '32, of Brook-
age of one year than children born for brides-to-be have been the most lyn, New York.
in the thickly-settled Twenty-fourth popular social activities Helen New-s!i!
Ward, in Ghetto. berry honored its seniors at a din-
ner Tuesday night. Each senior .
OREGON STATE COLLEGE. - was given a rose, and after the din- 2ECzechosloval
According to a survey made by the ner the members of the graduating
honor council, 50 of the replies class planted ivy at the side of the -=41
turned in have been as follows: 31 building, according to tradition. NEW
of the schools have not and do not Miss Caroline English entertained
use the honor system, 14 have the at a bridge luncheon and linen WillL
honor system and five have had it shower at Barton Hills, Saturday, in PEASANT EBRO
but have abolished it. I honor of Florence Holmes, '29, and
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SCHOLARHSHIPGRU
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SHOLDSA, DINNER
President Little Is Toastmaster
And Dean Huber Welcomes
Students
DEAN EFFINGER SPEAKS
In an attempt to develop a more
personal relationship between the
women who have the privilege of
using the Barbour scholarships and
fellowships and those who adminis-
trate them, members of the Barbour
scholarship committee entertained
,the scholars and fellows at a dinner
given last night in the private din-
ing room of the League. This din-
ner is an innovation and it is hoped
that it may be held each year.
President Clarence Cook Little
acted as toastmaster and a word of
welcome was extended to the stu-
dents by Dean Carl G. Huber.
Edevaleth Janaki, grad, a Barbour
fellow; told of Barbour scholars in
India; Sugi Mibai, grad; talked on
"My Travellings Abroad;" and Lai-
Wing Fung, grad, spoke of the bene-
fits of Barbour scholarships in
I China. Dean John Effinger also
made a short speech at the end of
the evening.
In addition to the speakers the
following guests also were present:
Mrs. Carl G. Huber, Mrs. John C.
Effinger, Miss Fandira Crocker, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Rufus, Miss Beatrice
Johnson, adviser to foreign women,
land all the Barbour scholars and
fellows except one.
The tables were decorated with
snapdragons and stock in pink and
lavender.
DARTMOUTH-The "Big Green"
football squad will travel to Cali-
fornia in an airplane next fall for
their game with Stanford Univer-
1sity.
L Art Studio
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Honorary Sorority I
Elects New Officers'
Officers for the coming year were I
elected by Theta Sigma Phi, na-
tional honorary journalistic soror-t
I ity at a meeting held Tuesday
evening, May 21, at the Alpha
Omicron Pi house. Helen Dancer
was chosen president; Valborg Ege-
land, vice-president; Catherine
Bradley, secretary; and Betty Hem-
enger, treasurer. Reports were sub-
mitted by the past year's officers,
and plans were made for the send-e
ing of several delegates to the na-
tional convention of the organiza-
tion to be held in June at Colum-
bus, O.
The famous regiment was organ-,
ized in 1680 as the Henrico county
militia unit and through stern ne-
cessity became the frontier army of
the Virginia colony. The records
1 show that at one time every able-
bodied man in the country, which
embraced a very large area, was, a
member of the organization.
OKLAHOMA .AGRICULTURE1
AND MINING COLLEGE.-Women
students have made use of the
undergraduate heat line of the
power plant of the school to "sweat
off" superfluous weight during the
winter months. They prefer such
physical discomfort to exercise.

Helen Workman, '30, was elected
president of Mummers dramatic
society at yesterday's election.
Other new officers are Dora Van-
denBerg, '30, secretary; and Mar-
garet Brady, '30, treasurer.
Mildred Todd, '32, was made
chairman of the installation ban-
quet which will be held on next
Tuesday in one of the private din-
ing rooms of the League. Miss Todd
will be asisted by Elaine Frost, '30,
and Eleanor.Walkinshaw, '32.

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