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By Helen Carrm.

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Requirements Waived
itrance in Women's


Installation Services to be Held
in League Ballroom May


14 at Banquet.
Annual Report of Treasurer to
be Made at Second Open
League Meeting.I
Appointments to offices on the
League Board_. of. Directors havel
been announced by Eleanor Cooke, 4
'31, newly elected president of the;
Women's League. The installation1
services will be held at a banquet
on Wednesday, May 14, in the
League ballroom. -
Members who will be installed
are Miss Cooke, Helen Jones, '31,
vice-president;; Katherine Ferrin,
'32, recording secretary; Emily$
Bates, '32, corresponding secretary;
Dorothy Birdell, '32, treasurer;
Ruth Van Tuyl, '31, chairman o
the Judiciary Council.
Senior members of the Council
to be installed will' be Helen
Humphrey and Marion Reading;
junior members, Jeannie Roberts
and Katherine Koch; Senior rep-
resentatives on the Board of Rep-I
resentatives, Dorothy McGuffle and
Helen Cheever; junior representa-
tives, Edwinna Jenny and Helen1
Kitzmiller; and sophomores, Jean
Botsford and Helen DeWitt.
Appointive offices on the Board
include the business secretary,
Roberta Reed, '31; chairman of the
Bazaar, Hermine Soukup, '31, Un-
dergraduate Campaign committee,
Dorothy McGuffle, 32; chairman of
the Board of Representatives, Al-
bertina Maslen, '31; library chair-
man, Jane Yearnd, '31; social
chairman, Barbara Stratton, '31;
World Fellowship committee, Janet
Michael, '31; and chairman of the
Point System committee, Janet
Woodmansee, '31.
Tickets for the banquet will be
on sale today in the lobby of the
League building. Reservations may
be made by calling Dorothy Flynn,
'30, at 23203 or Beth McKaig atf
This will be the second opern
meeting of the Women's League.1
The treasurer will make her annual
report at this time.
Students Interested in
Archery Are Invited to
Attend Shooting Match

Margaret Anglin.
Margaret Anglin, who is being
brought to An Arbor in "Anti-
gone" for a single week, opening
Monday, May 26, in the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre, is one of Ameri-
ca's greatest dramatic artists,
ranking with Mrs. Fiske and Ethel
She has starred in many succes-
ses such as "The Woman of
Bronze;," "Lady Winciemere's Fan,"
"Caroline," "Green Stockings" and
"Cyrano de Bergerac" with Rich-
ard Mansfield. In her Greek dra-
mas she has gained international
fame, and last year was decorated
by the Greek government. Yearly
she presents one of these three
masterpieces at the University of
California in Berkeley, and two
seasons ago she created a sensa-
tional success with her perform-
ance at the Metropolitan Opera
house in New York City.
During the week of June 2, Miss
Anglin will appear in her most fa-
mous modern role, that of Mrs.R
Erlynne in "Lady Windermere's
Fan." Miss Anglin uses her speciall
version of the play, which presentsI
her in a striking star role, con-
trasting brilliantly with the classic
beauty of her Antigone.E

Final arrangements have been
completed for the golf tournament
to be held Wednesday, May 14,
from 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. and Satur-
day, May 17, from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
on the municipal golf course back
of the University hospital. Eligibil-
ity is not required for entrance in
the tournament and the number of
entrants from each house is un-
The rules governing the tourna-
ment are:
1. Play nine holes.
2. Winter rules are to be ob-
served on the fairways.
3. Ball may be moved fromscas-
ual- water without penalty.
4. If ball goes out of bounds,
another ball must be hit from the
same place, and both shots count-
5. Flag must be removed from
cup on the greens.
G. Each player must have di
score card and keep her own score.
7. All girls not enrolled in golf
classes this semester must pay 50
cents green fee.I
Since eligibility is not necessary,
all girls who have played any golf
at all have an opportunity to enter
the tournament. Independent wo-
men are urged to enter and each
sorority is asked to have as large
a number as possible play, as there
is no limit to the entrants from
each house. If nine holes are play-
ed, phone and leave name and time
of playing with the secretary, at
I Barbour Gymnasium, University


"One moment, Delia, if you
please," Lennox Robinson cuts in.
"Tea is not pronounced 'tay' event
in Dublin.tNor is 'Peter' pronounc-
ed 'Payter.' Now, we'll try that
business over again, if you don't
mind. Give the cue for that, Jane,
I give the cue and sit down on
the battered old sofa, remembering
that somewhere on page 14 I have
another line. It's fascinating to
see "The Whiteheaded Boy," be-
cause it is such a tremendouly hu-
ian play. 'Aunt Ellen' is very like
a delightfully stubborn but sweet

rn9ciirWnLL G1 I INOTICE
There will be an elective tennis
LAS PARclass Monday afternoons from 4 to
_____________5,_for__any__woman_ wishing elemen-
1 will be open to all interested, but
Dancing and Bridge to Furnish cannot be elected for credit. Classes}
Entertainment; All Women will be held on Palmer Field.
Are Invited. There will be a meeting of the
central committee for Lantern
TEA WLL B SERED jNight at 4 o'clock today in the Wo-
TEA WILL BE SERVED men's Athletic association office in
the League building.
Ending the series of informal aft- "Les Miserables" with a study of
ernoon dances given by the Wom- the social background of the
6n's League for all women on cam- French tragedy, will be the subject
for the reading by Prof. "J. Raleigh
pus will be the party at 4 o'clock Nelson at 3 o'clock Sunday in the
today in the ballroom of the League Grand Rapids room of the League
1 building. The women attending will building. This will be the third
d(lance to the music of Bob Car- and last of the series of faculty
dance ohes icndb ofBod Ca- readings sponsored by the League
son's orchestra and be offered tea library. Both men and women
for refreshment. students are invited to attend.
The parties given by the League
this year have represented the stops UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA-
of the good ship "Leagueatania" in Soap has no place in milady's toilet,
claim the women students here. A
Its trip around th~e world. Sojourns survey of them by a New York firm
in ports of Holland, Turkey, and revealed that the fairer sex had a
I Japan have been the keynote of real, "honest to goodness" face
various dances. This last dance will washing only once in every three to
conclude the series, fittingly rep- seven days
resenting the return home.
The direction of the series of in-O TICAL
formal afternoon parties has been
in the hands of Jane Yearnd, social DEPARTM E4NT
chairman of the Women's League.
Lenses and Frames Made to Order


Irish lady everybody


From my corner on stage left I
watch mr. Robinson. He is incred-
ibly tall as he bends over his man-
uscript. As he fingers the pages
and makes notations for the busi-
ness he frowns a bit. There! I
knew he'd not like that business of
Baby's crowding in on Aunt Ellen.
He's marked that and as he passes
his long hand across his forehead
he murmurs something that none
of us can quite hear. But he won't
tell us about it now. He'll take
each one of us aside after this act

W.A.A. to Sponsor Novel Ride
to Take Place of Pegasus
Annual Show.
Campus equestrians will, take
part in a riding breakfast 'spon-
sored by W. A. A., Sunday morning.
Riders will meet at Mullison's sta-
bles at 7:30 and on their return
will have breakfast at the Cave in
the League building.
These rides are being given in-
stead of the Pegasus horse show.
All women interested in ride this
Sunday should notify Frances Beu-
thein, '31, at 7891 before Saturday



A New Hat


Mothers' Day



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Mullison's Saddle Stables
Horse back riding is the popular sport this Spring.
Better ride now before hot weather comes.
Call us about our moon light rides.
Phone 7418

There will be a special meeting
of the Archery club at 4 o'clock to-
day at Palmer Field house to dis-
cuss an invitation which has been
received by the Physical Education!
department. The Wayside Shop,
of Wayland, is extending an invita-'
tion to all students in the univer-
sity who are 'interested in archery
to attend an informal shoot and
practicedSaturday and Sunday,
May 18 and 19.
The official tournament of. the
Michigan Archers association will
be held Sunday, after the practices
are over, and may be entered by
anyone who wishes to do so. Ar-f
liene Heilman, '30Ed., has the ne- I
cessary information and can be
called at 2-3225.
Ohio Wesleyan Opera
House Changes Title
The Little Theatre Movement,
which has been in progress in this
country for some time, has been ac-
cepted by Ohio Wesleyan accord-
ing to Prof,)ssor Rollin C. Hunter,
who recommends that the name of
the present opera house be chang-
ed to "The Little Theatre."s
It Is more fitting for the sort of
productions given, he says, because
the Little Theatre is essentially for
artistic amateur work. "Opera.
House" connotes either the grand
opera or city hall idea, while the
name little theatre, gives a chance
for experimentive and creative
work in the field of dramatics.



and tell us quietly. With a nervous
'gesture he pulls his sweater down
over his hips. Whenever he does "Le's ae-.TT
that I know htere's -omething Le'p
that's extremely annoying. Who
has done what now? at
Lennox Robinson is leaving Sat-
urday for points east, and Play THE FIFTH
Production is sorry. It has been AVENUE SHOP
such sport meeting and knowing H
the director of the Irish National
theatre. His is a charming person- Specializing in the "Cos-
ality and we are somewhaloathe metic En ble"wh
to lose him. n.t nsembe w he r e
t eface powders and things
.BI-.__YS _t_ are individuallyprepared to
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There Is Nothing Smarter
Than the Opera Pump


Goodyear's so thoroughly believe The Opera
of fashion that we have many versions for

Pump is the shoe
your choice . . .

from the classic simplicity of the plain opera pump to the
femninine and frivolous decorated opera pumps.

Remember Mother
on Her Day
Sunday, May 11th

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Black Mat Kid
Black Patent Leather
Riveria Blue Kid
Midnight Blue Kid
Navy Blue Kid
Lanvin Green Kid

Venitian Purple Kid
White Kidskin
White Linen (to tint)
Beige Claire Kid
Black Crepe Brocade

With a lovely Morocca



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