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OVER THEHUDD DELEGATES ARE*
GUESTS OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AT
SIXTH ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION

NOVEL FEATURES
APPEAR IN SPORTS I
WEAR FOR ESPRING
BY BELLE.
'Now that vacation has been
frantically passed to the accom-
paniment of much hasty shopping,
and May is descending upon usl
with sunshine, as well as a linger-
ing chill, the perennial sports coat
takes its place assuredly on thef
j campus.
The welcome tailleur has a1
fresh appeal this year, and, like all

iNNONCE AMESDOROTHY TOUFF '30, LOUISE CODY '30OINAPRBE
OF PATRONS FOR U5C1TS' 727 IS TOPIC , OF TALK, 13 J
ORCHSIS ECITL ~ Y ALICE SCHALEK

First. Meeting of, Conference Isl
Scheduled for 10 O'clock
at Lydia Mendelssohn.
W.A.A. HEAD TO PRESIDE J
Address of Welcome Will be.
Made by Alice Lloyd and
President Ruthven.

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Michigan women are welcoming
the 300 delegates from all parts of
the country to the sixth national
Athletic Conference of American
College Women, which is opening
today, with the League building as
its headquarters.+
The first open meeting of the?
conference will take place at 10 1
o'clock this morning, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. Dorothy
Touff, '30, in the capacity of presi-
dent of the A. C. A. C. W., which
office automatically becomes hers
as president of the local Women's
Athletic asociation, will open .the
meeting with the first welcoming'
address. Alexander E. Ruthven,
president of the University of
Michigan, and Miss Alice Lloyd,
advisor of women, will follow with
their respective welcoming ad-
dresses.1
Group Picture to be Taken.
Roll will be called by the Univer-
sity of Washington recording sec-
retary of A. C. A. C. W. Minutes of
the fifth national conference, held
in. 1927, will next be read. Section-
al conference reports will follow.
The last report on the program of
the meeting will be the secretary-
treasurer's report, which will be:
presented by Marguerite Schwarz,
University of Utah, who holds that
position.
Luncheon will be at 12 o'clock,
when the delegates will be the
guests of the Women's League in
the ballroom at the League build-
ing. Immediately after luncheon,
the conference picture will be tak-
en' at the main entrance of the
building From there a campus tour
will be dbnducted by members of
the student body.
"After College-What" Keynote.
'The keynote of the 1930 confer-
ence will be given by Miss Nellie
Lee Holt, of Stephens College, at
the second open meeting, which is
to take place at 3 o'clock in the
League ballroom. Miss Holt will
speak on "After College-What?"
This subject is the theme of this
year's conference.
At 4 o'clock a closed meeting, for
official delegates only, wil be con-
ducted by Miss Touff in the ball-
uoom, while the unofficial delegates
will hold round table discussions
in both the committee room and
the Alumnae room. At the same
time the physical education faculty
will honor Miss Holt and the visit- I
ing faculty rembers from other
colleges with a tea in the Ethel
Fountain Hussey room at the
League building.,
Attend. "Her Cardboard Lover."j
Dinner in the cafeteria will be-
gin at 6 o'clock. At 8 o'clock the
delegates will be entertained with
the presentation of "Her Card-
board Lover" in the Mendelssohn
theatre.
The official delegates who will
attend the conference for Michi-
gan are Helen Domine, '31, presi-
dent-elect of W. A. A., and Mar-
garet Ohlson, '30, basketball mana-
ger of the association. The privi-
leges of an unofficial delegate are
being extended to any Michigan
woman who wishes to take advan-
tage of them.
Proceeds From League
Bridge Teas Announced
Proceeds from the League bridge
teas which were given by the so-
rorities and dormitories before
spring vacation amount to more
than $500, it was announced yes-
terday by Elizabeth London, '32,
chairman of the committee in
charge of the teas. Martha Cook
dormitory led the other houses
with $55.
Delta Delta Delta received the
prize offered to the sorority which
turned in the most money, raising

$37, and Kappa Alpha Theta took
second place with $30. The houses
which were unable to sponsor a
party contributed in cash to the
Undergraduate Campaign Fund, to
which all of the proceeds were
given.

CONVENTION DELEGATES.
Today's program for the Ath-
letic Conference of American
College Women.
9:00 a. m.-Registration, Lea-.
gue building.
10:00 a. m.-Open meeting,
Mendelssohn theater.
12:00 a. m.-Luncheon, League
ballroom, guests of Women's
ueague.
1:00 p. m.-Conference picture.
Campus tour.
3:00 p. m.-Open meeting,
League ballroom. Speaker: Miss
Nellie Lee Holt, "After College-
What?"
4:00 p. m.-Closed meeting,
League ballroom, official dele-
gates; tea, Ethel Fountain Hus-
sey room; visiting faculty mem-
bers. Round table discussion,
Committee room, Alumnae room,
unofficial delegates.
6:00 p. m.-Dinner in Cafe-
teria.
8:00 p. m.-Presentation of,
"Her Cardboard Lover", Mendel-
ssohn theatre.

fashions of 1930, does queer things
with itself. The illustrated model
of brown and tan mixed tweed dis-
plays its tricks. It skimps itself
in the front, barely meeting and
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PRESENTATION IS FRIDAY
Delegates to Schoolmasters' and
A.C.A.C.W. Conventions
Will be Guests.
Patrons and patronesses for the y
'dance recital which is being given
at 8 o'clock tomorrow in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre by Orchesia
and all other women on campus
who are interested in dancing, Dorothy Touff, '30,
have been announced by Mildred As president of the Women's Ath-
Cassidy, '30Ed., general chairman ,letic Association, will preside at all
of the program. They are: open and official meetings of the
President Alexander G. Ruthven conference during the three day
,and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean John R. session in Ann Arbor.
Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, Dean
Henry M. Bates and Mrs. . Bates.
Dean Joseph A. Bursley and Mrs.,
Bursley, Dean. Herbert E. Sadler
and Mrs. Sadler, Dean James B.
Edmonson and Mrs. Edmonson,
Dean Edward H. Krause and Mrs.
Kraus, Dean Mortimer E. CooleyI
and Mrs. Cooley, Dr. James D.
Bruce and Mrs. Bruce, Dean Emil Social Hour Planned to Follow
Lorch and Mrs. Lorch. Dinner; College Graduates
Shirley W. Smith and Mrs. Invited.
Smith, Robert A. Campbell and
Mrs. Campbell, Dean Wilbur H. Members of the Junior group of
Humphreys and Mrs. Humphreys, the American Association of Uni-
Ira M. Smith and Mrs. Smith, Prof.
Ralph W. Aliger and Mrs. Aliger, versiFy Women will meet tonight at
Prof. Henry Anderson and Mrs. Palmer Field house frt1 fo mer-
Anderson, Prof. Alfred O. Lee andmadinner at 6:15. A shormee
Mrs. Lee, Prof. Elmer D.' Mitchell ing will be held following the din-
and Mrs., Mitchell, Prof. Fielding ner.
H. Yost and Mrs. Yost, Dr. John After dinner members will join
Sundwall and Mrs. Sundwall, Miss inan informal social hour and ta-
Sundwll an Mrs.Sundwll, ibles for bridge will be provided.
Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Richards,
and Fred P. Jordan and Mrs. Jor- Any college'or university gradu-
dan. ate who is not a member and is
Guets f Ocheis t t~s re-interested in attending the affair
Guests of Orchesis at thjis pre- i ivited, but she must notify Mrs.
sentation are to be delegates to the
Athletic Conference of American Herman H. Riecker, at 2-2150.
College Women and the \ichigan
SSchoolmasters club convention. A. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-
C. A. C. W. delegates are requested More than 8,775 students have al-
to turn inelgtherexcaegetets ready. paid fees for the spring quar-
to turn in their exchange ticketser. This is an increase of more than
at the box office before 6 oclock250 ov
tonight.25oer last year.

President Alexan
and Mrs. Ru
Among P

der G.,Ruthven
uthven Are
Patrons:.

DIRE1 [CTORHS TOBE..
LUNCHHOSTESSES y f
Representatives of League Board,
W.A.A. Board, and Central ;
Committee to Attend.
GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Luncheon in the ballroom of thej
League building will assemble the:
delegates to the Athletic Confer- /
ence of American College Womenj
for the first time. The Women's
League expects to serve more than eliminating overlapping, and is
350 guests at the luncheon which it held tightly about the waistline by
is sponsoring at 12 o'clocktoday; a narrow belt of self material.
Members of the W. A. A. Board . Many models even refuse. a meet-I
ing, showing two or three inches of
and the committee in charge of the j a..arA.r i-f.,,r,.

convention have been invited by
the League to act as hostesses.
All members of the League;
Board of Directors are invited toI
attend the luncheon today, as the
hostesses representing the Wom-
en's League.
Skits from the Junior Girls' Play,
"State Street", have been arranged
on the program of entertainment.
Margaret Bush, '30, out-going pres-
ident of the Women's League, will
give a brief welcoming toast to the
delegates and introduce the Mich-
igan representatives at the lunch-
eon. Bowls of sweet peas and daf-
fodils will be used in decorating the
tables.j
WOMEN TO HOLD
ARCHERYEXHIBIT
An archery exhibit has been
scheduled for Friday afternoon for
the Athletic conference.
IThe following girls are asked to
be in the indoor archery range at
IPalmer field house at 4 o'clock on
{Friday afternoon: Elizabeth Hatch,
'3lEd., EleanorrBodewig, 33Ed.,
IDorothy Elsworth, '32, Miriam
Carey, '32, KatherineaFerrin, '32,
Helen Moore, '3lEd., and Dorothy
I Lincoln, '32. _

the dress down the frone. (6ome ---
French dressmaker probably ran Theta Sigma Phi as
short of material one day, and
thereby began a -new fashion). The Election of Officers
coat is worn with a brown crepe
flaring street frock which hangs Margaret Harris, '31, was elected
below about three inches, and finds president of Theta Sigma Phi, na-
a complement in shoes, hat, and a tional honorary journalistic soro-
soft orange, tan, and brown scarf. rity, at a meeting held yesterday
The swaggering, trim look marks afternoon in the ,QLeague building.
it a successful asset to most any Other officers of the organiation
girl's wardrobe. are: secretary, Helen Domine, '31
Its smartness is only enhanced treasurer, Mary Louise Behymer,
by its possibilities for utility. '31, and keeper of the archives,
Frowns are no longer turned upon Bertha Valentine, '31.
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of dark green, a vivid shade of new
blue, or beige might be carried out
for this costume in shoes, dress. Complete _
scarf, and the beret-like, closely Beauty Service
fitting hat.
Blouses have returned with a For Women
bang, in the most intriguing com- Wh=Ar M
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which would lend themselves ideal- Fastideous
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eyelet-embroidered designs, which
feature short puffy sleeves term-
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