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JUNIOR PLAY

OPENING INITIATES SENIOR FESTIVITIES

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TRADIINAL SENIOR SUPPER PRECEDES
PREMIER SHOAINGOFO'STATE STREET
CURRENTOFFERING OF JUNIOR WOMENt

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-,SCHEDULED TODAY1 PLANS FOB MEET"

All Eligible Women Will Have
I Opportunity to Receive
Group Positions.

Members of Organized Housess
May Show Skill in Any j
of Five Events.

League Building Furnishes Scene
fog' First Events of Senior
Class Activities.
WEAR CAPS AND GOWNS
Junior Girls Form Honor GuardI
to Conduct Seniors From

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Supper to Play.
Attending the first presentation
of "State Street," the musical com-
edy produced by the class of 1931,
in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre,
the senior women .of the Univer-
sity last night opened the round of
activities which tradition provides
for the final months of their col-
lege career.
Marked appreciation was accord-
ed the play given in honor of the
seniors, which essentially collegi-
ate in spirit, was of a type extreme-
ly different from last year's pro-
duction, "Forward March."
Donning their caps and gowns
for the first time last night, the,
seniors first attended the annual.
Senior Supper, which was held at'
6 o'clock in the ballroom of the
League building. Although no
speeches were presented, a lyric,
written to accompany the music'
of "Right Out of Heaven," one of
the songs from the Junior Girls'
Play of last year, was sung by the
seniors as an offering to the jun-
ior women.
Juniors Form Hlonor Guard.
About 500 women attended the
supper. Following the banquet,
the seniors marched around the
campus, returning to the League
building in time to attend the
opening performance of "State
Street."
Eleanor Cooke and Isabel Rayen,
a, junior honor guards, and with
the assistance of twelve other jun-
ior guards, including Helen Do-
mine, Helen Humphrey, Helen
Cheever, Frances Jennings, Kath-
erine McMurray, Janet Michael,#
Elizabeth Sunderland, Alice Sun-
derland; Helen Wilson, and Eliza-
beth Wood, conducted the senior
women in the march around the
campus.,

CALENDAR.
Tuesday.
2:30-Faculty Women's club.
play reading section, League
Alumnae room.
4:00-Oriental girls, League
garden room.
6:15-Junior group A. A. U.
W', Palmer Field house.
7:00-Alpha Gamma Sigma,
League Cave.
7:15-University Girls' Glee
club. League committee room.
7:30-Athena, Athena room,f
Angell hall.
7:30 - Portia, Portia room,
Angell hall.
Wednesday.
4:15 - Pi Lambda Theta,
League building.
4:15 - Black Quill, League
Cave.
4:30-Theta Sigma Phi, League
building.
7:15-Mu Phi Epsilon. League
building.
7:30-Delta Omicron, League
hostess room.j
8:00-Sigma Alpha Iota, Leag-
ue Alumnae room.
Thursday.
12.15 - A. A. U. W., League
main dining room.
4:00-Oriental girls, League
garden room,
4:00 - Mortarboard, Leaguef
building.
6:30-Kappa Beta Pi, League
private dining room.

Dorothy Wordsworth Boynton.
Descendant of William Words-
worth, British poet, plans to be a
newspaper writer. She is a student
at Florida State College for Wom-
en.
LEA GUE CONSIDERS
REVISION__OF CODE
Committee of Three Appointed
to Study Constitution and
Make Correctons.
TO DISTRIBUTE REPRINTS

WOMAN COMPARES Work on the revision of the con-
POLITICAL RIGH TS stitution of the Women's League
will begin soon, according to an an-
OF TWO COUNTRIES nouncement made by Margaret]
Bush, '30, yesterday. A committee
Mts. Margaret Spring-Rice re- of three women has been appoint-
cently presented the difference in ed, including Valborg Egeland, '30,,
the feminine life in the United vhairnan, Ruth Marshall, 31, jun-
sor representative, and Elizabeth
States and England, in her speech Louden, '32, sophomore representa-
in Royce hall auditorium at the] tive.
University of California. She stat- I A study of the constitution is
ed that the American women can- inlade every year :by a committee
not realize the eor ,En lish wo- with the object of revising any

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. 'ATHENA SPEAKERS
TO GIVE PROGRAM
Athena literary society will hold'
a short business meeting followed1
by a program at 7:30 tonight in
the Athena room in Angell hall.
The meeting will be a short one be-
cause of the Junior Girls' Play.
Eva Jahr, '31, will be the first?
speaker on the program. Her sub-
ject will be "The Life and Works:
of Sherwood Anderson." Miss Jahr
will be followed by Johanna Wiese,
'31, who will talk on "The Life and
Works of Louis Bromfield."
Plans are being made for the,
Athena initiation, which will take
place on Tuesday, March 25.

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men must exert to attainfreedom
in political matters, because the
American women have already
been emancipated.
Th development of emancipa-
tion rough the ages was traced
by Mrs. Spring-Rice. Once the
prejudice against women was so
strong that they were obliged to
write under pen names, as that
was the only way that they could
expect their work to be accepted.
The speaker ended her talk with
the observation that at the present
time conditions in England have

parts which have proved unsatis-
factory or have been outgrown.
This y -ar the constitution will be
reprinted for distribution in the
spring.
Gas radiators have be'en installed
in the open fireplaces of the his-,
toric Betsy Ross .House, "Birth-!
place of Old Glory," in Philadelph-
ia, to minimize fire hazards and
reduce the work required to heat
the bulding, according to an an-
nouncement in the American Gas#
Association Monthly.

PIANISTS ARE WANTED WINNERS TO GET CUPS'
Not a tryout but a general turn- Competition in five individual
out will be the nature of the meet- sports will ,be provided by the an-
ing for the Freshman Pageant nual intramural indoor meet which
which will be held today at 4 is being conducted by the Women's
o'clock at Barbour gymnasium in Athlete association, March 27, at
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Helen Palmer Field house. The sports
DeWitt, who was elected chairmanare bowling, archery, rifle, fencing,
DItwowseetdcarn and golf. Women who enter the
of the Pageant last Wednesday, as- meet will earn points for their
sisted by Miss Sylvia Adams, advis- houses, as well as have a chance
or, will take charge of the asem-;for cups which are to be presented
bl l tntothe high point scorers of each
All freshmen women who are event
ae Practice hourns hae been ar-
eligible, having at least one mark ranged for each sptand ten
of A or B and no grade lower than womenwoanhtpoetr thand those
C, are urged to be prsent. No ex- aremencouraged tote ta he meet
perience or knowledge of dancing" of the practiced so the highest pos-
will be necessary to receive a part, fible skil may be displayed at the-
and any girl who volunteers will be s
placed in some group. meet.
Committee Positions Available. Designate hours for Practice.
At the meeting Miss Adams will The bowling alleys are open
I divide the girls into different dance every day from 4 to 6 o'clock, and
groups and explain in more detail WerOma. 7 to 9 o'clock on Mondays andi
that which was discussed at theW nesdays. Bowling is the only
last meeting. Anyone who would sport in which entries are to be;
like to sign up for committee work e as the high point scorers
will have the opportunity at this se scores are posted on the1
board in the alleys will be chosen'
time. A call will also be made for bord the tD y illb '32,
volunteer accompanists. for the meet. Dorothy Birdzell, '32,
Aiding Helen DeWitt will be Ruth manager of bowling, asks that
Kimberly, assistant chairman, and those who bowl post their scores,
Mary Barnett, treasurer. Janet no matter how low they may be, so
Allen, Barbara Brown, Margaret the selections for the meet can be1
Keal, Katherine Herson, Adele mae
Ewing, and Margaret Ferrin are in Archery practice is from 4 to 6
S~wngandMarare Ferinareino'clock Fridays, at Palmer Field;
charge of the dance, costume, mu- house, while rifle practice comes
sic, properties, publicity, program, from 3:30 to 5:30, Tuesday, Wed--
and poster committees. Other nesday, and Thursday, at the same
cmttee m'a embers will be an-place. Fencing practices are held
at 4 o'clock Tuesdays and Thurs-
days in Barbor gymnasium, while
HUNTER COLLEGE golf may be practiced at any time;
HOLDS EXERCISES in Palmer Field house.
There will be no preliminary
Hunter College in New York City, signing up for the meet, which will
the largest woman's college in this be open to all members of organ-
country, recently observed its six-. ized houses and dormitories. The
tieth 'anniversary with special ex- number of events which a woman
ercises. The purpose was to review may enter is not limited, and any
the steady progress that has been house may enter any number of'
made both in the growth of the women.
graduating classes and in -the great
development of a more adequate?
and suitable curriculum. Dr.
James M. Kieran, president of the
college, attributed its success to the
generosity of New York City, and
further stated that future develop-
ment would be made possible by
the appropriation the city has
made toward a group of new build-
ings to be erected on a 40-acre lot
in the Jerome Park reservoir sec-
tion of the Bronx.
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will be credited with this. A league
and a formal banquet yesterday. point will be awarded to ersons
The new . members are: Margaret making posters for the upose of
Bartholic, '32, Hilda Winklehaus, advertising the teas. prp
'31, and Dorothy Reinhert, '33 Each sorority and dormitory
Kappa Alpha Theta initiated gives this tea in its own house, in-
Lois Sandler, '32, Dorothy Lemire, cluding not only its ownh members
'31, Margaret Whiting, '31, Olivia but alumnae and friends. A small
Gilkey, '31, Alice Deming, '33, Mary fee is charged which goes toward
Leckner, '33, Mary Grote, '3;, Vir- the amount which the University
ginia Wright, '33, Helen, Askren, women have pledged for the pay-
'33, Eileen Blunt, '33, and Ruth ment of the League building. For
esterd. '33, at formal ceremonies additional information call Bety
yeste ay Louden, 23203.

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ILATESTINITIATES DIP rr
Alpha Epsilon Iota announces [I
the pledging of Alice Whittghill, BEN LEA E
1'3,Margaret White, '33M, Gizel-1
la Wittman, '33M, Mary Agnes Bur-
chard, '33M, Alice Campbell, '33M, Sororities and Dormitories to
Marguerite Stemmermann, '33M, Sponsor Parties to Pay
Audrey Glenn, '33M, Thelma Robin-;OflI
Audey eno'rt 3 I Off Pledges.'
son, '33M, Dorothy Smith, '33M, l
Harriet Owen, '33M, and of Dr. -
Luverne Hays, instructor of pedi- TO BE HELD MARCH 29TH
atrics, as an affiliate member of
the chapter. League bridge teas are to be giv-
Alpha Chi Omega announces the en again this year by all the so-
pledging of Mary Morley, '31, and rorities and dormitories, on Satur-
Freedom Burgett, '33. d March 29All
Alpha Xi Delta announces the ay, . representatives
.initiation of Jean Cowden, '33, and will meet at four o'clock on Wed-
Ruth Marshall, '31, and the pledg- nesday, March 19, to discuss the
ing of Marjorie Schultz, '33. uniform details for the entertain-
Initiation and a formal banquet ment. The representatives are
were held yesterday by Alpha Del-
ta Pi. The initiates are: Gertrude urged to bring an estimate of the
Benson, '32, Henrietta- Houston, '31, number of tickets and the number
Mary Engle, '33, Agnes Zebornick, of tables which their group desires.
'33, Cornelia Burwell, '31, Ione Alumnae who are interested in
Hunt, '33, Barbara Anne Fisher, '33, helping their group are asked to
and Margaret Hawley; '31. make reservations now.
Sigma Kappa held initiation Greatest Proceeds to Win Prize.
yesterday, followed by a formal A prize has been offered to the
banquet at the League building. sorority house which raises the
The women initiated are: Virginia m money this year. Dormitories
Bostick, '32, Margaret Edison, '33, have beenexcluded from the cor-
Dorothy Walker, '33, and Hazel petition bec'ause of their size, but
Wolfe, '33. if they take in more money than
Theta Phi Alpha announces the the prize winning sorority their
pledging of Frances DeLaney, 33.I names will be published and they
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