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Event to be Combined Interclass
and Intercollegiate Rivalry
Held in Union Pool.

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CLASS TEAMS ORGANIZE
Miss Brauhiger Will be Official
Starter; Miss Hassinger
Appointed Timer.
After several weeks of prelim-
inary practice, the combined inter-
collegiate and interclass swimming
meet will take place at 8 o'clockj
tonight in the Union-pool. The uni-
versities with which the Michigan'
women are to compete are Ohio'
State, Indiana, Iowa and Illinoi's.
The results of the . intercollegiate;
competition will not be announc-!
ed until after April 11, however.
The events of the meet are slight-
ly different for the intercollegiate
requirements than for interclass
The latter will include all of the
events required by the former, with
two additions. The events are 40
yd. crawl, 40 yd. breast 'stroke, 40
yd. back stroke, and 150 yd. free
style. Besides these, the interclass
meet will include a six man relay"
and a diving contest. There will be
three optional dives, all of which;
miay be standard, but need not be)
so.

CALENDAR.
April 8-11.
Tuesday--
4:00-Pan Hellenic, League
jCave.
4:00-Oriental Girls, League
garden room.
4:00-Speedball practice, Pal-
mer field.
7:00-World Followship com-
mittee, League cave.
7:15-University Girls' Glee
club; League committee room.
7:30-Portia, Portia room, An-
gell hall.
8:00-Swimming Meet, Union
pool.
8:00-Michigan Dames, ;Pal-
mer field house.
Wednesday-
4:00-"Sports Clothes" party,
Palmer field house.
4:15-Black Qaill, League Kal-
amazoo room.
5:00--A. C. A. C. W. central
committee, Palmer field house.
Thursday-
4:00-Speedball practice, Pal-
mer 'field.
4:00-Oriental Girls, League
garden room.
Friday--
5:00-SPRING VACATION!

L i cA JUU lE Dinners in honor of the princi-
pals of the Junior Girls' Play cast
To Represent Michigan Province and Miss Amy Loomis, the director,
Convention : have been foremost among the so-
at National onventon cial activities on campus during the
Later in Year. last week.
Kappa Kappa Gamma eantertain-
Florence L. Boycheff, '30SM, ed the play cast Thursday. night.
contralto, was chosen as the most On Wednesday the sorority gave
representative musician of the a dinner in honor of members of
Michigan province of Sigma Alpha I the faculty. Billy Setchell, a mem-
Iota at the musicale held by the ber of last year's Junior Girls'

,MUSICIAN CHOSinrIEvNrr

STATE STREET' CA
SOCIAL FUNCTI(

ST HONORED BY
___ ___ ___ KCH AIRMAN R PORTS
)NS OF PAST WEEK
esday night Professor Michael
Pargment and Mrs Pargment, Pro-
fessor John L. Brumm and Mrs. Post College Athletic 'Activity
Brumm, Professor Walter P. Ford Is Contemplated Platform
and Mrs. Ford, Professor Earl:.
Griggs, and Professor Arthur Cross.o
Collegiate Sorosis had as guests DISCUSSION TO BE HELD
at a faculty dinner Thursday Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Chhmard, Mr. and "After college-What?" is the
Mrs. Rene Talamon, Mr. and Mrs. theme of the national convention

Katherine Koch is Manager.
Officials for the swimming meet
have been announced by Katherine
Koch, '32, manager of swimming
for the Woiien's Athletic associa-
tion, who will herself act as referee
and clerk of the course. Miss Grace
Brauniger, of-the physical education
department, will be official starter;
official timer will be Miss Ruth
Hassinger, of the physical educa-
tion staff, while Miss Dorothy Colby,
of the same department will act asi
officilal, judge. Miss Laurie Camp-
bell and Miss Elizabeth Halsey,
both of the physical' education de-
partment, will be the diving judges.
Heat Judges Are Announced.
Judges of heats will be Esther
La Rowe, '32Ed., Katherine McMur-
ray, '31Ed., and Florence Seys,
'31Ed. Dorothy Felske, '32Ed., and
Betty Healy, '32Ed., will be scorers.
Announcer of events will be Eliza-
beth Whitney, '31Ed.
Class teams are fairly well or-
ganized, according to Miss Koch,
though there are no definite parti-1
cipants in events as yet.

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'Asdoridted Press Photo
Mrs. Betty Lund,
Student flier, who though only
19 years old, claims the women's
barrel roll record after doing 67
rolls at Miami, Fla.
Journalistic Society
to Conduct Contest
Throughout ChaptersI
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
orary journalistic fraternity, is of-
fering a prize of $100.00 for the
best article on any phase of wom-
ens' work in journalism. The con-
test is open to students in' the
schools of journalism in any of the
33 schools and universities where
there is a chapter of Theta Sigma
Phi'. The articles are due by April
30.
The purpose of the contest is to
make public the history of women
in journalism, the opportunities in!
the profession today, and the neces-'
sary qualifications.
Dorothy Baker of the University
of Oregon won the first prize last
year for her paper, "The Press Con-
edes Itself to Femininity."

SWomen's Association
Will beGiven Trial1
PENN STATE COLLEGE-A five
weeks trial will be given to pro-
posed changes in the constitution of
the Women's Student Association.
The proposed changes included a-
1 o'clock closing hour after 12
o'clock dances and a plan of sign-
ing for social functions at the dor-
mitories rather than at the office of
the Dean of Women.
Under the new system of penal-
izing "latenesses" a woman studentI
will lose her date or social function
privilege for the following week-
end if she is more than three min-
utes late.

organization Friday night in the
League building. Miss Boycheff will
represent the province at the na-
tional convention this year Those'
who presided as judges were Mrs.
'Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs. Reu-I
ben H. Kempf, and Mrs. -George
Langford.I
The musicale, which was the
most important event during the
province convention held last week,
was given by the outstanding musi-
cians from the seven chapters rep-
resented at the convention.
An unusual event of the conven-1
tion was the presentation of two
numbers on the theremin by Vera
Richardson, of Delta chapter. The
theremin is a recently invented
Russian instrument which is based
on the principle of the radio. The
artist produces sounds merely byI
the movement of his hands about
two poles, causing broad-casting
and reception.
Dean Emeritus Fetes
Mortarboard Society
at SundayBreakfast
Members of Mortarboard society!
were the guests of Dean Emeritus'
Myra B. Jordan at breakfast Sun-I
day morning in the Russian tea
room of the League building. j
Senior Society members were en-
tertained Monday night at the
home of Miss Ethel McCormick of
the physical education department,
at which time Mrs. Jordan was alsoI
a guest.1

Play cast, was a guest at the house George W. Patterson, .Mr. and Mrs.
for the week-end. Newton Bement, Mr. William Mc-
Pi' Beta Phi entertained the cast Laughlin, Mr. Jean Ehrhard, and
and Miss Loomis at dinner on Wed- Mr. Charles Knudson.
nesday night Chi Omega gave a shower Wed-
Kappa Delta announces the nesday 'in honor of Alice Morrison,
pledging of Marjorie Lincoln, '31, 1'30, whose marriage to Clyde Ken-
of Detroit. Wednesday night the nedy of Detroit will take place in
sorority entertained Mr. Freder- the League chapel Saturday. Con-
ick P. Jordan, Dean Myra B. Jor- stance Harley Patterson, an artist
dan, and Miss Eunice Wead at din- from New York City, was the guest
ner. The Junior Gi'rls' Play cast of honor at a tea Saturday after-
and Miss Amy Loomis were the noon.
guests Friday evening. Delta Gamma entertained at an
Zeta Tau Alpha held an informal I alumnae tea Sunday afternoon.
dance at the chapter house Friday Martha Cook residents entertain-
night with Professor C. O. Carey ed the play cast at tea Sunday aft-
and Mrs. Fuller acting as chaper-1 ernoon.
ones. Saturday afternoon the Alumnae House entertained the ;
sorority gave a benefit bridge at advisers of women at luncheon
the League building. Wednesday.
I Professor A. R. Crittenden and
Mrs. Crittenden, Professor W. L. Because of their high scholar-
Carr and Mrs. Carr were dinner ships two daughters of national
guests at the Alpha Delta Pi house lawmakers were placed on the hon-
Wednesday night. or roll at Columbia college, the col-
s A formal faculty dinner was I lege of arts and sciences of George
given by Sigma Kappa, Thursday Washington university. They are i
evening at which the guests in- Geraldine Free, daughter of' Rep-
cluded President Alexander G. resentative Arthur M. Free of Cal-
Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven, Miss ifornia, and Edith Brookhart,
Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Richards, daughter of Senator Smith W.
Dean Myra B. Jordan, and Profes- Brookhart.
sor W. L. Sennett and Mrs. Ben-
nett.
Alpha Phi announces the mar-
riage of Bida McClure, '28, to Mr.
Easton Kelsey. The ceremony was
performed Saturday at German-
town, Pa.
Alpha Xi Delta had as guests at,
a formal faculty dinner last Wed- .

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Closing hours during spring
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regular hours for the week-end
continue in effect. Late permis-
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