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OUNCIL MEMBER OUTLINES TENTATIVE

Women Observe
Manv Traditions

ENTERTAIM'

Many Attractive Social Functions At Michigan1
Include University Department, Initiations

PLEIEI IN lI n te of the hot weather and quet Monday evening at the eLague,1
Se In Prcakfast iS A t Ar aproaching examinations, social when there were 40 membres pres-
ShlYer- -activities at the League building IAoyeScey ooaypio
Lydia M'Wendelssohn Theatre Will noon will be given by Senator lYrRpresentatvesFromBoardandAabeensgoingoLcolyte Society, honorary philo-
SBe Scene Of Ceremonies Arthur H. Vandenbr, who is mak~ naiAvsoyCmiteave been going on as usua. In- sophical orgaization, held a ban-
gO__ennn pctuesuecradi ris r omittee an
Be Se ne f Ceremonrthr Vann , A o smaky Of h many picturesque di- A St deed, the large, cool rooms in the quet for 25, Monday, at the League.
for the occasion. Mr. JamespMur- tions which belong to Michigan _ building make an excellent place in Professor D. H. Parker was the
gin of Detroit will conclude the listwomen,all except the annual , which to hold summer parties. toastmaster, and Professor Roy W.
SENATOR WILL SPEAK of speakers. Masque ball was carried out during POLICIES ARE STfA 1: Both faculty and student mem- Sellars was the principal speaker of
o kq lg bers of the Literary Science depart- the evening.
Tentative plans for the dedication These ceremonies will mark a this past school year At a formal dinner given at the ment gathered Monday evening in Michigan Dames society held
ceremonies of the League building, turning point in the history of co- ,The Freshman Spread, a peppy Michigan League where the new three of the private dining rooms their annual banquet Tuesday
to be feld at 2:30 o'lock on the education at Michigan, as the dedi- informal evening party, was the Board of Directors of the women's of the League to hold their annual night at the League for 40 mem-
yesterday by Mrs. Shirle t ti for by hundreds of MicudiThh first traditional event of the year. self-governing body of the cam- banquet There were over 70 guests. bers. The installation ceremony for
yorerdcay irtey WSmith, gan womn for years and realized T aepus were guests of Miss Grace Rich- At the same time, the Public next year's officers followed the°
formerchairman of the Alumnae nwmnft a rds, Miss Alice Lloyd, and Miss F- 0mth faculty and the graduate dinner program, after which the
council, after a meeting of the this spring. Hellenic Ball, a formal all-campus Beatrice Johnson, the advisors of s Idnts who make up the Public guests adjourned to the Alimnae
dedication committee. The cere- Its beautiful furnished lounges dance given by the Inter-Sorority women, plans for the coming year Heah Journal club entertained at room for ten tables of bridge.
monies, will be held in the Lydia i have invited, since its opening, May Association, during the Thanksgiv- occupied the attention of the a dinner in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter L. Parrotte, sister of
Mendelssohn theatre in the League. 4, bridge-parties and social gath- ing season. speakers. . Philip B. Hadley. Dr. Hadley, who Mrs. Alfred H. Lovell of this city,
The Rev. Allison Heaps of the erings; its excellent kitchen has Just before the Christmas holi- Acting as toastmistress, Miss is a professor in the bacteriology entertained at a charming lunch-
Congregational church of Ann Ar- attracted, daily, crowds to its main days, the Woman's League gave its Richards first presented Margaret department, was the speaker of the con Tuesday, followed by bridge in
bor will give the invocation. Music dining room, its private dining annual bazaar. For three days peo- Bush, '30, recently installed presi- evening. the Hostess room of the League.1
will follow the opening service. Miss rooms, its cafeteria, and its tea- pie thronged Barbour gym to pur- dent of the League, who pointed Gamma Alpha, graduate scientific Motorboard, senior honorary so-
Nora Crane Hunt, of the School of rooms. The hotel service is proving chase wares. At the same time as out the heritage of self-governing fraternity, held its initiation ban- ciety, held their last meeting of the
Music, is making plans for a quar- extremely popular with out-of-town the bazaar, the Sophomore circus, machinery left to the new Board
tet from the Gins' Glee club to ren- guests, and on week-ends and holi- a three-ring, performance affair, by past administrations. The gist
der a few selee ions. days the ball-room is filled with was given. of the remarks nade by Jean
They will be followed on the pro- crowds of young people. The li~ One of the biggest events of the Wallace, '30, president of the Pan-
gram by Mr. Irving K. Pond, joint brary and chapel provide for quiet winter season was the Penny car- Hellenic Council was to the ef-
architect with his brother, the late hours away from the ceaseless hur- JG Pi feet that next year that organiza- onth ALL
Allen G. Pond, of the League build-.rying of University life. And the The Junior Girl's Play, written tion would work toward a closer
ing. Mr. Pond will give a short talk lLydia Mendelssohn- theatre, seat costumed, and acted entirely by'^ co-operation between social sorori- SALES
on the architectural conception of ing 750 people, has been the locale Junior women was given early in -FINAL
the building.plays ra ay ryn the second semester and was by "The Pan-Hellenic Vista" was the
Mary J. White, '39, retiring presi- since the opening of the building. far the most elaborate of any of topic discussed by Miss Lloyd.
dent of the League,. will make a - the undertakings. Elizabeth DeVol, '30, stated that
speech in which she will describe Literary Club Holds In the springtime, Lantern Night, the work of the organization of
the various rooms in the building signifying the progress of the s seems to be at a crisis,
Which will be dedicated at the cere- Election Of Officers I classes, is held, and the Freshman which will be determined next year Ioo_ st
monies. .Margaret Bush, '30, next ___ IPageant in connection with it, The Dorothy Maple, 30, presented
Paen n oncin ihi.Th PitSytmVes"adteval
wyear's president of the League, will .Portia Literary soiet held its last traditional event, comes in the Point System Views" and the
follow Miss White's speech with one Pi lull between finals and commence- topic of Miss Jonson's speech wa
concerning the future of the or- annual formal banquet on Tuesday, ment-the Senior BreIkfast. "Current Events." Icl Uding
ganization and the part which the May 31, at the Michigan League_ -~-Our
now building will play in it. building. Election of officers for gate to the Oratorical Board. WABHoNGTON-New regulations onfes
The main address of the after- the term 1929-30 took place. Na-I This meeting marked the close of I governing the admission of cadets ColOxfords
dine Stewart, '30, will be president Portia's activities for this year, at West Point have been adopted ClCoorsV I x
next year. Helen Bare, '30, is the which included an upper-class and because of the large numbers of
Six Women Initiates new vice president. The other of- freshman debate with Athena. 'failures, principally in mathematics, I Patents Are Samiosly $5.es5
flcers are: Elizabeth McDowell, '32; Nely Beckley, '29, was the president since 1915 when admission on cer- /
Installed By Athena treasurer, Winifred Gore, '32; par-his past year. tificate was put into forceKdks
yliamentarian, Frances Beuthien, '31. -p y---------- -- -NOW -285
Helen Chever, '31, was elected dele-- --
Florence Clement Elected President _- -
Of Forensic Society For
Coming Year GFT
Six women were initiated into GIFTS
Athena Literary society, Tuesday and ALL
evening, at the home of Florence ;i SALES
Clement, '30, at the first initiation -ARDE
since the installation of Epsilon ' :>>FINAL
chapter on May 17. The new initi- for rc o This smart OxfOrd exactly as
ates are: Grace Darling, '30, Ollie ®1Ppictured well sell Friday at
Backus, '29, Beth Valentine, '31, the I a $2.85
Margaret Ohlson, '30, Dorothy
Fenl, '32, and Rhea Goudey, '32. On Friday Only
Florence Clement, '30, was electedGy
president of the society for next EXCELLENT BAGAINS
year. Grace Darling, '30, is the newET
vice president. Other officers electediF R L
are: Secretary, Elizabeth Quaife, IIInTGroups
'3; treasurer, Florence Hiscott, '32; Now is the best time to select
piarliamentarian, Edna Nicholson, gifts and cards for graduation.
'30; oratoricalboard delegate, Grace Stocks are complete and you will
Leonard, '30; sergeant-at-arms, be delighted with the variety
Shirley Alcott, '32; and Gavel cor-
^respondent, Rhea Goudey, '32. and attractiveness of the things A _____________ ____
"We consider," said Lois Webb -IYou will find here. -*-.
retiring president, "that this year
is one of the most successful that The Dory ggItg
we have had, and believe that since
this society has gone national, that Shop
our membership and activities shall Nickels Arcade
increase; and we shall be of more
value to the women on the campus." - - The Shop of
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League Building
, And Annual Banquets
year at a luncheon, Tuesday noon,
in the League tea-room.
Mummers, women's dramatic or-
ganization, held a banquet for its
members Tuesday evening in a pri-
vate dining room at the League.
The newly-elected officers for next
year were the guests of honor.
Mrs. Seigel W. Judd, of Grand
Rapids, president of the Michigan
League of Women Voters, was the
guest in whose honor Miss Jennie
Buhl entertained at luncheon Tues-
day in the main dining room of the
League building.
The Faculty Women's club enter-
tained its-members with a lunch-
eon at the League yesterday.
Alpha Epsilon Iota, medical soror-
ity, entertained at dinner at the
League last night inhonor of their
new associate members, who are
Mrs. Frederick Novy, Mrs. Robert
Gazelle, Dr. Elizabeth Thompson,
and Dr. Elizabeth Crosby.
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