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-SU"1AY, MAY~ 4, 1930



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TO 01 PH SE T1 1Spring teas and dinners in honor I Lansingos ; MaryRrceLoms
rCTrn [T10 MI~o the faculty members and their] LosLo,,adRt D orrLucid-
TO E RES NT D [1E il UhIU~wives have occupied the interest ofint.
Dela Dlta Hotehe various sororities on campus;
ON R A IG S~ E 1Opened for Entertainment of Alpha Omicron Pi is entertainingI the Alpha Xi Delta sorority, is Y
Ear Feichmn hosesPl £Glee Club Members. at a faculty tea this afternoon, with I hostess at a May breakfast thist
YalFeicmnChoe ly Mrs. Jane Crapo Christy pouring, morning at the Farm Cupboard
by John Balderston asDINRLU CENH D At the Kappa Alpha Theta house I TheDN EL CH O H LDhe breakfast is a traditional eventI All
Second on Program. this week-end Miss Marion Ta- 1 i the sorority to honor the leadersj at 4 o
In honor of the Cincinnati Girls' madge of Grand Rapids is a guest.
PLOT HAS ORI INA ITY I.. ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... Gle clu, a for al ecetio an nOnWednesday afternoon the soror- I in scholarship during the past d u. ?M
______ dance was given last night at the i ty gave its annual spring tea for year. Mrs. Theron Langford, an- electio
f ;Delta Delta Delta chapter house patronesses, faculty wives, and other patroness, entertained at aj Junio
All Students Invited to Attend ! «r 6 members in the city. Mrs. Elgin E. tea on Friday afternoon for the! will
Program ,Held at 3 O'clock 4 Michigan club at the Lydia Men-,Wia n r.C .Camnsnos h
~ esontete oeta 0poued. Alpha Xi Delta entertained with cag
atLeague Building I.11delsshn thatre. ore tan ?D
.a;.t'cule eepeet Apha Delta Pi will hold an open an informal faculty dinner Wed-I Kati
.ouleswee peset.house tea this afternoon. The an- nesday night. The guests were: Loude
One of the plays featured on .. The Varsity Men's Glee club werena lcino ofcrIo h s-M.adMs Hwr .GodI on th
Brawywt3Lsi oad guestscionofoandrs theh maleMr ad Msquartet.Glyd
Brodwa wih esle Hwara sgesteranu hmb l rers forty resulted as follows: pres-! Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lndahl, Mr: Leagu
"BerleySquae" y Jon Blder j r y ', xa; snThevcernmes.wr: r.dent, Augusta Schaefer, '31, Kal-and rs.Hugh Jameson, Herbert for th:
stro ySur"nyJh adr :........:::::::~:. ao;vc-president, Agnes Zer-I Mekeel, Charles Wagner, and Rob-!Iton
%"on, has<been;chsen by.Mr.:Earl. Thomas;F. AnderonMMr.,and Mrs.bornick, 33, Detroit; recording sec- .rtCarson. eral c
Ilic m n a h u jc o h Chrs nMs. Afe VTit rt y, M ie W l tad '1, ers- Kppa Kappa Gamma entertain- Isistan
seodnumber on the faculty ~ Miss Nora Crane Hunt, Miss Alice vi4
Llyan rv. .Tt ill , .; corresponding secretary,i ed the officers of the Detroit alum- age,
reading series which will be re- :::?E:" ? ;;, a Lod n M.B .Ttil Hazel Sawyer, 31, Flint; treasurer, nae association Wednesday night; The
sented at 3 o'clock today in the I. Friday night, Cincinnati GleeEteArct,'2Plmuh at dinner and Thursday ngthdb u
Grand RaclubromemberseLweree the guestssiof Sigma Kappa will entertain at a: as its guests the Ann Arbor alum- sophoi
GraldndgRapidsro fteLauh niverst Girls' Glee club at aI faculty tea this afternoon at whichj nae. The tables were decorated Te o
dine+ivn ntteRusinte ,r...C.Hotwilpour. I xwith yellow daisies tied with blue comm.
buildisng.ualy room of the League building. Yes- ZeaTuAl hdteflo 'bw.pnt
Tepooftepaisuuuly .inZeta as ustsaahacultyhieollwnos.p t
itrsigpotaigamnbonterday noon a luncheon was held - n sget t aut inro I Ruth Howard, 29, announced her mnemb
intewresn,wortaigea maLndorn } I~: for the officers of both organiza-I Wednesday night: Professor Arthur engagement to Joseph Navarre,!-
ind neaYrkh goraetoldvon-. I t ions and their directors in theIS. Aiton and Mrs. Aton, ProfessorI '30L, last Friday night at dinner at
anone rh so e raly ure v - . MareyPrss P ot Imanrinng r om of th L ag eW . L. Carr, Professor A. A. Hill and I the Alpha Phi house.
Tmescinaosequ ne kleydsqure.Mry Gres building. Mrs. Hill, Professor Russell C Hus- (-j----
tthe o eseqenefhsdcveyi Is a member of the Wightman cup team which is now preparing IsyadMs usy n rfs
tahefrestepresent-day for its English invasion. Miss Greef, who is from Kansas City, Mo., is se ndMs.Hssy adPrfs
world and identifies himself with (eiassxhrnigwmntni lyr INTRAMURAL GOLF sor L. D. Dickenson and Mrs. Dick- I s ater SUflS~lfle
life in the eighteenth century Itis Aeia'+it rnigwoaeeninlye.son._____i t ('J
a tag itr-atetehIT URNAMENT WILL esn l wap elahue ithGreetingCars
a tag mxueateteh1Get tteKpaDahuecentury man living as people did Natives of Lake Country Have High Natural OPEN NEW SEASON; this week-end are: Jean Kinney,j
two hundred years ago.: nelgnc' ____________,IOeigtegofsao n i-r 4
Mr. Fleischman has given read-Itligne States Professor Earl G.riggs Oeigtegl eao ni- frr r
in' eoewmnscusaloe -itramural golf tournament will be
the State. During spring vacation I Professor Mae Walking ou marshylad mushysdadwtr held Wdedy a 4 n a-itS sln
heappred efllredfthe TrbleI Iurdysay 7.'Plaingon ed-8 1
he apearedbefor the reble as Research for Thesis and the numerous incomparablyudy a 7 lyn nWd!nsdywl efo n osxadc~
Clefs ;Club meeting at the home of o Coeig'Sobatfllksnolieorhl-nStudyrmegttoixat -
President Alexander G. Ruxthven. Io StudaJfomeihttosi
Celnetuk Wme'acesize variety, but those of many the municipal golf course. le+{
trl enucy omn' CubThat the Lake Country of Eng-mie in circumference." While each sorority entering two I i.4 e e br
Lexinton, Kentucky. land, noted as the habitato an To me the most interestingwoewilrcve25ntaul!Iolr
Both men and. women students I famous literary persons, is the 1 poet's cottage was Nab cottage, points, any number of participants I
are invited to attend the readings. I "wettest place in the world" wasi where Hartley Coleridge spent , theI may be entered. Entrants do not f rwil you
Tea will be served immediately aft- the impression of Professor Earl last years of his life," stated Profes- I have to be eligible, but those who
erward in the Concourse by mem J Griggs of the English departmentI sor Griggs. "It faces 'on Rydal-I are not enrolled in golf classesI
bers of the House Committee of theI when making' his last visit in April,1 water and behind it Nab Scar risesa must bring 50 cents as a green fee. She may not be near A r
League building. 11926, on a walking tour through theI in overwhelming majesty. Althoughj Nine holes will be played.- cours
region as research for his doctor's it is almost 200 years old it is still All women interested may leave . you now - but a lby- eplo
TEIAC ST Et hesis on Hartley Coleridge, eldest used as an inn, a picturesque, old-' their names and the time during Bgi
L A U FE T R s on of the famous poet.I fashioned place similar to the Eng- which they can play at the office of ___ __ __ _ ng Mother Card casses
LEAGUE EATURES "The region abounds in inoun- lish taverns we read aobut. The the secretary at Barbour gymnasi- I Fe
STARTING MAY ro t~~~ains and lakes," said Professor! room which Hartley Coleridge oc- um, or phone extension 721. Miss!Ifrmyuwlbin
STA TIN _MAs,0 comparable to the ar- I cupied is kept as a parlor out of+ Ruth Hassinger and Emily Bates:nd IdI
Tea dances will receive an offs- rangement in northern Minnesota respect to the poet. The natives areI will give further information to I joyad gadness toI
and the Green mountains of North! a rugged, semi-intellectual people,! those who wish it. Say it with a giftI of
cial initiation into the social curri- Carolina. The comparative small- I who probably have the highest -( her heart.
rulum at Michigan with. the open- ness of the country struck me most, natural intelligence of any rura MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW utility or b e a Ui y- .D MO RLa
fing of the first one on Saturday, One morning we started at eight I people in the world, possessing an i URPE, ORIENT sit1 she'll understand you.O D R IL
May 10 in the League ballroom. The ,o'clock from the base of one of thel untutored philosophy. Their dialect ANYWHERE - '34SuhSaeSre
h~la n audyngtdne ilghest mountain, Helvelyn, stor-! is difficult and practically impossi- I (3 NE'1 The Stationery and Tyewriter Store N
will continue as usual, in addition' g provisions with the expectation ble for the casual tourist to under- CLNi A1S 1 Little finger rings set with-
Iof a day-long climb, gaging from stand although one might become l- RVLR CEUS T
tit the tea dances.-IAELR QUS . semiprecious s to n es,
our American standards of the ,accustomed to it during a short=J E. G.KEBER, Stemsip Ag;I$()t 10.
'The Fountain room will be open Rocky mountains, and were amaz-I stay." $5.00 to. $100.00.s rk.
all afternoon for tea service. Bob ed to find ourselves seated on the - -___ _ ___._- _. ---- ------- --
Carson's orchestra will play for the I summit of the mountain havin~g
dancing, which will be in mixedf lunch at 12 o'clock. Yet, from the! SPECIAL
Couples just as for the evening top of one of these mountains, ! COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOPPE
dancing. The tickets are priced atI which Charles Lamb has so fitting-:HtOlTetetWt ae : . . . . $2.00~
X1.04 and may be obtained at the 'ly termed "broadbreasted brethern", ;htnOiareamentwith Wave.....................$20
mnain desk in the League building. you can witness every site of te or aiuen5PacCwih ave.E$.0
- ... .. .-- _Sham po and. Finger W ave . $1.00i
or Shampoo and Marcel ........... ......... . $1.00 ST E ' T
OpenEvenngsPhone 2-2813
I~~~~W ENOTv~SN-

rnittee Chairman for Next
ear's Presentation Will
3e Chosen Wednesday.
sophomore women will meet
'clock Wednesday in the Ly-
lendelssohn theatre for the
)n of chairmen for the 1931
rGirls' Play. Mildred Todd
)reside at the meeting, and
udiciary Council will have
e of the election returns...
,herine Ferrin and Elizabeth
gn, sophomore representatives
e Board of Directors of the
e, after appointing one more
te committee will make the
ominations each for the gen-
hairman of the Play, the as-
A chairman, buusiness man-
and property chairman.
nominations thus made will
)mitted to the entire lass of
nore women for election.
ther members on the central
ittee for the Play will be ap-
d as usual by the elected
ctical secretar ilor acounting
ewill prepsare youi for defiite
at once or with d summer
sin Jlune.
placement service
State and William Sts

~reernan $ - _____°°1

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From ,.Goodyear's OWn Sport Shop
Spring days of real sport call for the proper sports clothes.
-You'll find them in Goodyear's Sports Shop! I
SWEATERS in both pull-on and
.U bUtton-down-the-front styles in gay
a ~spring colors. B~oth plain and fib;
Uired models.
r \ $3.50 to $10.50
- SKIRTS of flat crepe, woolen crepe.
r t4 flannels or tweed in shades to har-
n-onize with sports costumes.
,$4.50 to x$10.50-
! SPORTS FROCKS of rajah, silk
pique, crepe and wash silks ...
- deeveless, elbow and cape sleeves.
Soft pastels, white and off-white.
,$10.50 to x$19.50
. i..4 BLOUSES of both silk and cotton
I - pastel tints to harmonize with
\'~\\.\ \ -\darker colors... smart prints.
_ x$1.95 to $8.50
\\ \'KNITTED SUITS in two and three
N- ~ ~piece styles. Charming colors and
uxcolor combinations.-

No flinty hearted profes-
sor could fail to give these
frocks a passing grade.
One is of p ri nt with
touches of plain crepe,-
the other of plain navy
with detachable cape and
lingerie collar and cuffs.
Priced $19.75

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Our newest arrival in sports shoes is positively stunning
ct white kid cut out tie with sun tan toe and back of
pigskin . . . . high Cuban heel . . . . the ideal shoe for spec-
tator sports wear .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . $8.50
White linen opera pumps just came in, too. They are.
trimmed with a dainty band of embroidery and may be tinted
any! color to mnatch your outfit .......... ...... ....... $8.50
Deauville are going to be a great fashion success againi
this year. Several different styles are here in white, white and
bgeor blonde and tan . . . . medium heels...... ,.. 7.50





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