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WEIDNESDAX,, IAAY 14, 1930

THF, MICHIGAN DAILY

- W~NISPX, YZAY14,1930THE ICHGAN AIL

RECEVE LECTION
TO HONO SOCIETY
Mortarboard Initiates Will Wear
Caps of Distinction on
Campus Today.
WILL INITIATE SUNDAY

AGED PRESIDENT
TO TAKE OFFICE

PA9GEANT
All Freshman
Part Rep
on Pal

DANCERS
PRACTICES

Women Tak
ort Tomorrow
Imer Field.

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Election Based on Scholarship,
Prominence "in Activities, a
and Personality.
Newly elected members of Mor-
tarboard, national senior honor so-
ciety, will be seen on campus todayy
wearing mortarboards. The society --
'tapped' its new initiates last night Associed Press Photo
and chose 14 representative women Frau Hainisch,
from the class of 1931. Mother of the former presidentt
The following junior women were of the republic of Austria, who willf
elected: Mary . Louise Behymer, take the presidency of the Interna-
Helen Cheever, Eleanor Cooke, tional Women's Congress when it1
Helen Domine, Marion Gimmy, I convenes in Vienna May 26. Frau;
Helen Humphrey, Helen Jones, Al-'Hainish is 90 years old.t
bertina Maslen, Jannet Michael,1
Isabel Rayen, Roberta Reed, Mariant
Reading, Ruth Nan Tuyl, and Jane PARIS C EEBRATES
Yearnd.l
Three-fold Election Basis.
Basis of election is three-fold,<
in'that prominence in campus ac-I
ttvities, scholastic eligibility, and
personality are. considered.
Initiation ceremonies will be held Thousands Throng Paris Streets
Sunday morning, May 18 at the to See Joan of Arc
League building. Following which a Processions.t
breakfast will be held in honor of '_t
Alumnae Wil Be Speakers Ten thousand people thronged
Alunake Wil B Seakers. the streets of Paris Sunday in the
Speakers at -this occasion will be annual Joan of Arc procession be=~
Mrs. Norma Bicknell Mansfield, tween the two statues of the saint
's6, ferueprEsident of tae Wor- on horseback, on the Rue de Riv-J
Marjorie Follmer, '30, will welcome 1li and at the Place St. Augustin.
tpe new members, and Marian The city was festive with decora-
Reading, '31, will give the response tions of pale blue and white, the
for the initiates, maid's colors, and the fleur de lisr
of France floated everywhere above
WEIGHT the heads of the crowd. The artil-
lery, stationed on the bank of the
-MINNESOTA-Through study of Seine, fired her a mighty salutes
sbatistics on the weight and height from twenty-one guns, and Pre-
of nearly 17,000 wo en who have mier Tardieu and war minister f
etitered Minnesota ufiversity in the Maginot led a government party tod
incline before the saint's statue on
p ast 1 7 years. Dr. C. M. Jackson of 1eRed ioi
t danatomy department has d the Rue de nriSolo s
t~mne ha hercetditng Teprocession, composed ofit
cerazie hashadt tl eceff etngthetroops, Boy and Girl Scouts, Catho-'
eraze hashad little effect on the . lic societies, and patriotic organz-
aVeragefwei lh of the. woman, stu- a nwa tiwe-b salr
dents.: During the time, he found ations, wasreviewed' by a smaller
a slight increase n height and a crowd than usual because of the
corresponding increase in weight. frequent showers of rain.
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"Believe It or Not," as Ripley would say, this is the _
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Costume Jewelry Also At This Price

PLAN FOUR REHEARSALS
With the scheduling of the full,
rehearsals for the Freshman Pa-
geant which is to take place May
27, the program and the plans are
beginning to take on a definite
shape. Tomorrow, all women who
are to take part in the pageant will
meet at 4 o'clock on Palmer field.
The purpose of this first rehearsal
is not to give dance practice but toi
arrange coordination for the whole
program.
On Wednesday, May 21, there will
be a second open practice and the
following day, May 22, will come the
dress rehearsal. The day before the
pageant, May 26, the final rehear-
sal is scheduled. All of these will
take placeat the same time and on
Palmer field. If it rains on any of
these days, the rehearsal will be E
automatically postponed until thel
Friday that follows.
It has been requested by Miss'
Sylvia Adams, adviser, that every
participant be regular in attend-
ance since that is the only thing
which will make the project go
over. "The directors of the dances
and the advisers can not do a thing
unless they have the cooperation of
the women in the groups," she
stated.
Dormitory Application
Blanks May be Secured.
Those students now on campus
who wish to make application for
residence next year at Mosher-Jor-
dan hall, the new dormitory which
is rapidly nearing completion on
Observatory street, should do so as
soon as possible.I
According to Mrs. Mary E. Buf-I
ington, assistant-director of the
dormitory, the lists are being corn-;
piled now and 200 places will be
saved for freshmen and upperclass
transf ers who will apply later.
Application blanks may be ob-
tained at the ofFice of the, Advisers
>f Women in Barbour gymnasium
>r from Mrs. Buffington in the Reg-
strar's office in Mason hall.

MRS. WILLEBRANDT ASSISTS AT
LEGAL SORORITY INSTALLATION
I 1 ~ "Law is a socialized profession," I Willebrandt, "if a woman is sue-
RLS I N P SII0 Sstated Mrs. Mabel Walker Wille- cesful, everyone says, 'well, she's
____ ~brandt on her recent visit to Ann an exception,' and are willing to
New eage Ofices ad SaffArbor to assist in the installation, offer her encouragement until they
New League Officers and Staff thrtaner sture gsheat ishn making good.iow-h y
of the international legal sororityarsueheimkngod.Hw
Will be Installed Phi Delta Delta. "If a lawyer is; ever, although a woman's repre-
Tonight. helpful to his clients, it is because senting her class in the legal pro-
he has earned the respect shown fession is still in an early stage, it
TREASURER TO REPORT him in his community and has an is making rapid steps forward and
ability to represent them in the ! more and more is she treated like
The second open meeting of community as well as in the courts. a lawyer rather than a woman to
~he ome's eage tis earis~A woman's success in politics," con-I be shielded."
the Women's Lague thisnjeartisn iud rs e npolt dpnsMrs. Willebrandt- received her
being held tonight in conjunction tinued Mrs. Willebrandt, dependsMr.Wleadtecidhr
with the installation of new offi- on her individual education in Park college and Fer-
cers and the resignation of those.. self. It is entirely ris institute in Michigan, and re-
who have held office during the a problem of the ceived her bachelor's and master's
past year. The banquet is schedul- particular woman degrees in the University of South-
ed for 6:30 in the ballroom of the to develop the es- ern California.
League building. sential qualities
Those officers whose resignation j; for success: good!
will be effected are Margaret Bush, p o r t smanship NOTICES
['30, president, Roberta Reed, '31 understa n d;n g,
corresponding secretary, Helen businessreltins, Theta - -
Jones, '31, recording secretary, Her- ' and forgetfulness) ht Sigma Phi will meet
mine, 'up,'31 trelsrery, Mar- ef plus the I Wednesday, May 21, instead of
mine tioukup, '31, treasurer, Mar-
garet Sibley, '30, and Dorothy atiular ppor- today, as previously announced.
Woodrow, 30, senior representatives, h tuniies that com-e,
Eleanor Cooke, '31, and Ruth Mar- "Twa"he w " A combined meeting of the
shall, '31,jno rertais, "The question
junior representatives, members of the old and new
Elizabeth Louden, o'32,essianddeeKath-or
erine Ferrin, '32, sophomore repre- iman," she continued. A man's suc- Executive boards of the Womn
enies , H2 Felows, '30 cess is much easier to win because en's Athletic asociation will take
sentatives He en Fel ows, 30uncilMar- the world doesn't turn a spotlight place at 6 o'clock Thursday in
1 hgaret Babcock, '30, and Virginia on his failures as it does on those the board room at Palmer Field
gart Bbcok, 0, nd irgmaof a woman. People say that a house.
!.osee, 30, senior members of judi- wmnhsfie eas ti js
cial council, Helen Humphreys, 31, woman has failed because it is just
juirlike a woman.' Yet they have a -n ut.anTyl -1iuno
nemb rs of udicl '3ou cil.u tolerant attitude toward men. If I The Big Sister program for next
Also the committee chairmen a young man fails to win success year is fully organized at the Uni-
Elizabeth DeVol Jane Yearnd at once they excuse him by saying, versity of Minnesota. Registration
Dorothy Mapel, Jean Wallace, Val- "e i just a young man-he will booths are open now in which up-
borg Egeland, Dorothy Flynn, Er-d btter n me" nper classmen may sign for these
Willi Schneider, Albertina Maslen, Although a man's failure is often activities. A card index.will simplify 1
and MagrtSbeDrty ascribed to his youth, Mrs. Wille- the locating of the teams during
Touff, president of W. A. A., and brandt declares that a woman's the summer and Freshman Week. !
Marjorie Follmer, Women's editor failure is ascribed, by the public, I Each volunteer will be responsible
of The Daily. to her sex. "Yes," continued Mrs. for five new students.
The resigning president will pre- I l lllll llll tllllIil II t111UlHtilllilill lillllfil l U l tl
sent the gavel of office to Eleanor
4pooke, president of the League, and
the other members of the League
staff will be introduced and for-
mally installed. The prqgram will; BEAUTY SHOP
also include a short address by
Miss Alice Boyd, advisor of women, Guaranteed Permanent Waves $6 and $8
and a treasurer's report by Her-=-
mine Soukup. With Six Months' Service
All the women on campus are ex- Mae
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