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THE MICHIG A.14 Ll.'AIL

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UNIVERSITY WOMEN

CAST DRY VOTE

IN DAILY POLL

PNOS fNXPRESSED IN CAMPUS PROHIBITION
BALLOT; MAJORITYIDI) NOT DRINK

WOMAN ASSUMES; SIMPLICITY OF LINE AND FLAT FURS
AIRPORTCONTROL I LdL L ADD SENSE OF ELEGANCE TO COATS
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Awarded for Best Posters
of Pageant.

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Five-Sixths of Women Voters
indicate Personal Taste
as Reason.
ENFORCEMENT FAVORED
Four Percent Drink Frequently
and Thirty Percent Listed
Occassional Drinkers.

NOTICES.
The Board of Representatives
will hold a meeting today at 5
o'clock in the Committee room
to discuss the developments of
the last semester.
There will be an important
meeting of the members of the
executive bosrd of the Women's
Athletic assooiation at 6 o'clock

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MEETING TO BE TUESDAY
To announce the annua. poster
contest for the Freshman Pageant
a meeting for all freshman women
in any school will be held at 4
o'clock next Tuesday in the Com-
mittee' room of the Women's
League building. Every first year
ivoman is requested to be Dresnn
whether or not she is eligiblo. Any-

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. tonight in the W.'*A. A. board:
Returns from the Daily prohibi-'room at Palmer Field house.
tion poll show that sixty-six per- r ar d
cent of the women who voted are
non-drinkers. Out of the total of - _.:
910 women who cast ballots, 597
declared that they never imbibed. 1iAssociated Press Photo
Of the remaining thirty-four per- Margaret Perry,!
cent, 272 admitted that they drank One of the first women to quali-
occasionally, which left 33 in the ;Ify herself as airport manager in'
minority who indulge at least once the United States has taken over
in a fortnight, according to the the management of the airport at:
agreement made beforehand that ---- Culver City, Calif.
frequency should be interpreted as! Initial Playing of Game Expected#
once in two weeks. Four percent, to Draw Many Women PING-PONG FAD
therefore, are listed in the fre-:"
quent column, which leaves thirty Into Competition.
percent occasional drinkers. POPULAR HERE
Over five-sixths of tnose who do MANAGERS ARE SELECTE--
not -drink refuse because of per-!--- By A. T.
sonal taste, they maintained in tSpeedball, a game entirely new Among the up and coming sports
their ballots. Legal restrictions pre- to the women of the Michigan
vent 41, and 37 are banned by fam- campus, has been chosen for the in present favor with this so-called
ily ties, while only three feel that sport in which the class teams will 1 fickle student opinion is a game
financial circumstances are an ob- compete this spring. The first called ping-pong. It is played on
stacle. . practice will be at 4 o'clock Tues-+ a fairly large sized table (a din-
The majority of the women, 296 day, April 1, at Palmer Field house. ing room table will do if proper
in number, declared themselves in Marion Geib, '30. is interclass man-; care is taken of surrounding pieces
favor of maintaining the Eigh- ager of the Women's Athletic sso-f antique china) with a small cel-
teenth Amendment, but would have ciation- luloid ball and an emery-covered
it enforced more strictly, while 91 One of the advantages of the addle held firml in the right
voted for its repeal. Only 42 women game is that very few of the wom- padle firmly n theyright
feel that the present situation is en on campus have ever played hand,-o is of ancient
satisfactory. The Ontario plan speedball before, and many of vPinge. Wis itsone thi fcie
found acceptance by a large num- those people who do not come out'-indnother's Sundayafternoon
ber, 284 expressing their approval for other sports because of inex-- grandmotherbSunday afnoobn
of this measure. The remaining 158 perience, are expected to turn out musicale, where belles and eaux
favored other. modifications. as everyone will be on the sam_ gathered to sing about, but not
Although the majority of women footi over, a Little Brown Jug. HowI
claimed they did not drink, many Class managers for speedball many breathless hearts flutteredI
of this number are not satisfied have been appointed and are: sen- ovder their stays as a pair left'
with the prohibition law as it now ior, Lily Schmidt; junior, Helen "e dmtCharades" avoided
stands. For the 597 who are non- Domine; sophomore, Dorothy Bird- little and trains to pursue the
drinkers, 146 women voted for the zellanddfrlshman Ruth Birdseye. l!
Ontario plan, 95 for other modifi- The only requirement for partici- The ping-pong of today has lostI
cations, and 36 who never imbibe T y u n p much of that shrieking hilarity
o tl Thirteen oc- pation in class athletics is regular that it used to offer to its partici-I
casional drinkers voted for the campus eligibility, and a heart and pants. It has changed from a game
present prohibition situation, while lung examination for those who of hit (but usually miss) to one
sixteen voted for strict enforce- hv o a n hssho e played with cool skill, requiring
rnent. These results are shown by Rules for speedball are posted 0r technique, accuracy, alertness, and
cross tabulation of the answers to the bulletin boards in Barbour aim. One should dress for ping-
the first and second questions. gymnasium. pong as for a game of basketball,'
or handball. The clumsy silks of
DEPAUW HOLDS PORTIA INITIATES the nineties have given way to
SYtrunks and blouses, with rubber
S'TATEPLAY D.AY NINE M E M BE RS soled shoes to insure skidless run-
ning.
r = -Even Michigan students have
Recently the Women's Athletic Nine new members were initiated caughtthe infectious ping-pong
association of Indiana held an all- into Portia literary society Tues- germ There are now tables inthe
state play day at De Pauw univer- day night in the Portia room in Union. where the men can while
sity. Delegates and other Wom- Angell hall. The initiates are Eve- y Uhe re hmnc wile
en's Athletic association members lyn Woolford, '32, Helen Haapa- skillful game. Barbour gym has a
hfrom every university anddnormal maki, '32, Frances Johnson, '33l
school in the state attended. Last Alice Demming, '33, Evelyn Niel- I -
year the play day was held at Pur- son, '33, Evelyn Borgerding, '33, L. G. BALFOUR CO.
due universitv on May 4, 1929: Margaret Fuller, "33, Rita MeOm- 1121 South University

one may compete in the contest.
There will be two prizes awarded,
both in the form of silver loving'
cups. To the woman who submitsI
the best poster in black and white
will be given the first award. This
poster will he used as a cover for
the Lantern Night program. The
second prize will be given for the
best poster done in colors. This:
will be exhibited on campus. Threej
weeks from the time of the meet-
ing will be allowed for the com-
pletion of the posters, including
vacation week. Other rules and3
announcements will be made at the1
meeting.
Barbara Braun, chairman of the
poster committee for the Pageant,
will conduct the meeting. Others
who will assist her are Frances
Beach, Sylvia Lee, Patricia Hume,
and Marian Atran.
set where women students may fill,
in spare minutes chasing after the
elusive ball which, by the way,!
bounds far farther from the table
than one would suppose.
Speaking of indoor sports, we'
understand that there is to be a
tournament soon between Mortar-
board and the Judiciary council in
the fascinating game of "Jacks."
One can see signs of practicing al-,
most anywhere in the League'
building, and, from the looks of'
things, it will be a hot contest!
Junior Teaches Fencing
Lois Benson, '31, known pre-
viously on the campus for her abil- ;
ity as an aviatrix, is showing abil-
ity in teaching classes in fencing.
Large numbers are working under
her direction to learn to handle a
sword.
Miss Benson started teaching
this week to prepare men for the
production of Romeo and Juliet I
which Play Production is giving.
However, many outsiders have be- '
come interested in the classes and
their size has increased consider-
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"And, so, dear children. all the cloth, which always occupies the
ittle girls at the University of honor position in elegance, achie-
Michigan suffered deeply that sea- ves a simple smartness that ex- Com etitionn-Golf, Riflery,
son by having cold breezes and udes good taste. The severeness p
deep snow until far into the spring of the line is cut by having chosen Archery, Bowling, and
months," related Dame Fashion the right line for the neck and Fencing Held.
sadly, "and couldn't wear their shoulders. Fashion has provided
pretty new suits and coats." an emerald-lined collar, soft and SILVER CUP TO BE GIVEN
We are confirmed optimists, how- s'upple, made to twist and curve to
ever, and live in high hopes for a fellow the ne k-line of the wearer Golf, riflery, archery, and fene-
bright sunshiny Sunday afternoon !and provide a charming setting,
l'terminating in a smartly knotted ig will offer a chance for any
scarf. Flat furs, such as black and woman on campus to participate
brown galyak, kid skip, .shaved in the intramural indoor meet,
lamb and lapin adapt themselves which is being held at 7:30 o'clock
to this tie-effect treatment. tonight at Palmer Field house.
Since the feminine world has de- Five points will be awarded to
tided that the natural waist-line each house for every event its
is most youthful, many a coat is members enter, 25 points being the
adopting a belt. This style particu- I maximum any one house can ob-
larly lends itself to tailored models tain. The high point individual
of heavy woolen basket weaves, scorer of any vent will be awarded
tweeds, cheviots, diagonals, or a silver cup, while 25 points will be
roung woolens that nestle snugly given for a first place, 15 for a sec-
into the new spring feeling. ond, and 10 for a third.
____Any one contestant may enter
L E A G U E ASSI SS as many of 'the events as she
chooses, so long as they do not
SFOREIGN HOSTEL Iconflict with each other. No pre-
vious practices are necessary for
entering the meet, and members of
In response to a request from the gym' classes are especially asked to
National Student Federation of enter that sport which is taken
America, the sum of $100 has been up by their classes.
appropriated from the treasury of: Golfers are asked to bring their
the Women's League as a contribu- own clubs and balls. There will be
tion to the N. S. F. A., which is driver, mashie, and mid-iron corn-
conducting student projects both petition in this sport. The rifle
in the United States and abroad. match will involve a one card fir-
The sum will probably be added, ing of ten shots, while archery will
however, to the fund for a student allow 36 arrows. Two strings will
hostel in Bulgaria, which N. S. F. be bowled by every one entering
A. is assisting the native students this event. Fencing matches will
in building, it was announced yes- be conducted according to regular
terday by Eleanor Cooke, '31, who procedure.
was in charge of making the ap- Women planning to enter the
propriation. meet will be able to sign up for the
The International Student Ser- events in which they wish to parti-
vice promised to give $15,000 to cipate when they arrive at the
" the students at the University of Field house. There will be a table
Bulgaria, as soon as they had rais- in the lobby for this purpose and
ed $11,000. In order to meet this, some member of the intramur<a
the National Student Federation board will be there to give and in-
issued a request for contributions formation desired.
/from colleges and universities all At a meeting of the board it was
when we can stroll with that good- ! over the United States. A com- suggested that the women taking
looking coat now reposing in the mittee was appointed here, with' part in the meet be asked to come
clothespress. Miss Cooke as chairman, to investi- on time, so the events can be fin-
The beautiful proportions of the gate and report to the Board of Pi- ishd and the results computed be-
longer skirts and shorter bodices rectors of the Womens' League. fore the eveningis over.

have been accepted with joy for_
the new season's coats as well as
the dresses. The straight slim sil-
houette is foremost with flares sec-
nd, which are placed disceetly low
so that the length of the line is
emphasized. The model by Schia-
parelli which shows a high stylel
dressy coat, done in black broad-
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A reception, including a campus;
tour, general assembly, round-ta-
ble discussion, and a bridge party,
was given for all visiting .college
~women. The play day itself con-
sisted of a social games demonstra-
tion, individual challenges in appa-
ratus work, fencing. hand wrest-
ling, hand ball, quoits, dashes,
jacks, hopscotch, bowling, archery,
cart wheels, and hand stands. Ex-
hibitions were given of volley ball,
basketball, baseball, folk dancing,
and swimming. A banquet was held
for the visitors in the evening. {

ber, '33. and Phyllis Diehl, '31. FRATERNITY JEWELERS
Mrs. Ray E. Stokes of Ann Arbor , Badges-Favors-Programs
I has been elected patroness of the Corkey Stanard, Mgr.
society.
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