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THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE FIVLT

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BANQUET TO FETEI
BASKETBALL TEAMI
IS BEING PLANNEDI

FORMER GOODWILL
6 i
DEEAESEK

PINC-PONG MEET
TO BE COMPLETED'

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Final Matches to be Played
by End of Week If
Possible.

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Banquet Marking Tourney's End
to Include Announcements
and Cup Awards.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Places Should be Reserved by
March 10 With Captains of
Interclass Teams.
Tickets will go on sale today for
the basketball banquet to be held
at 6 o'clock Thursday, March 12,
in the lounge of the Women's
Athletic building.
The banquet will mark the end
of the basketball season, and an-
nouncements of the championship
teams and awards, including the
intramural cup, will be made dur-
ing the evening.
All women students, as well as
those who have played on basket-
'ball teams during the season, are
invited to attend the banquet,
which is an annual event spon-
sored by the Women's Athletic
Association.
It is necessary for all those who
wish to attend the banquet to ob-
tain tickets or make reservations
by Tuesday, March 10, in order to
insure a place at the banquet.
Tickets may be bought from the
interclass managers or captains of
teams.
Arrangements for the banquet
are being made by Elizabeth Lou-
don, '32, basketball manager on
the W. A. A. board, and Frances
Manchester, '34, Louise Peterson,
'33, Susan Manchester, '32, and
Helen Wilson, '31, interclass man-
* agers. Leonore Carroll, '32, is in
charge of the decorations, and is
assisted by Aileen Clark, '33.
The names of speakers and the
exact nature of the entertainment
will be announced later according
- to Miss Loudon.
Among those who will be special
guests at the banquet are Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Miss Ethel McCormick,
Miss Laurie Campbell, Dr. Mabel
Rugen, Mrs. Dorothy Hall, Miss
4, Edith Barthel;. Miss .Marie Hartwig,
Miss Vanessa Glenn, Miss Ruth
Hassinger, Miss Emily White, and
Miss Dorothy Beise, of the physical
education faculty.
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Schedule Fr Today's Games.
4 o'clock J-Hoppers vs. Cardinals.
Bluejays vs. Onions.
5 o'clock Cagers vs. Basketeers.
Interclass basketball pictures will
be taken tomorrow noon at Bar-
bour Gymnasium. All players are
to wear gym costumes. The sen-
ior and junior team pictures will
be taken at 12 o'clock and the
sophomore and freshman team pic-
tures at 12:15.
Sororities scheduled to compete
in t h e preliminary intramural
swimnming meet to be held tonight
at the Union pool are Alpha Omi-..
cron Pi, Chi Omega, Pi Beta Phi,
and Delta Gamma.
Find Smoking Ban Sources.
UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S-
Investigations into the campus
smoking ban here revealed that its
origin has been attributed obscure-
ly to a Regents' report of 1892, a
senior class petition of 1903, a pres-
idential edict of 1907, and a student
council ordinance of 1911.

Senora Consuelo de Aldag,
Mexican educator, who will give
a series of lectures in the League
building.
SENOR A DE A LDAG
TO GIVE LECTURES
C Theosophical Society Will Spon-
sor Teacher.
Under the auspices of the Theo-
sophical society, Senora Consuelo
de Aldag, formerly of the Teachers'
Training College in Mexico, will
give a series of three lectures today,
tomorrow, and Saturday at 8 o'clock
in the League Building. Senora de
Alddg was also formerly a delegate
of the Mexican government to the
United States in a goodwill tour.
The subjects of the lectures will
be "The Anchient Wisdom, the Key
to Life"; "Special Creation or Evo-
lution by Rebirth"; and "Towards
Fulfillment."
Senora Aldag is the guest of Dr.
B. Jimenez and family. The public
is cordially invited to attend the
'three lectures.
Many Alumnae Will At

Entrants in the ping-pong tour-
nament are asked to play off their
matches as soon as possible, andI
to post the game scores as well as
the winner's name on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.
The winners in the matches
played during the last week are
Laura Sommer, '33, Dorothy-Shap-
land, '34, Mary McIntosh, '34, Agnes
Graham, '32, Esther Loucks, and
Margaret Seeley, '31. These play-
ers will be paired off this week for
the elimination games.
The others who have already
played off their matches are Kath-
erine Jackson, '34, Dorothy Brock-'
man, '34, Marion Heald, '33, Jean
Perrin, '33, Miriam Carver, '33, and
Jean Berridge, '33.
Any students interested in enter-
ing a doubles tournament should
see Miss Marie Hartwig, of the
physical education faculty, this
week.
The ping-pong tables available
for use in the tournament are the
two tables in Barbour gymnasium
and the one in the Women's 'Ath-
letic building.
The regulation ping-pong rules
were adopted for the tournament,
with only a few minor alterations.
A match consists of two out of
three games, and the player first
winning 21 points wins the game. If
both players have a score of 20 the
game goes to the player who first
wins two more points than his
opponent. The choice of position
and service is determined by a toss
up, the winner making the decision.,
Marjorie Hunt, '32, golf manager
on the Women's Athletic associa-1
tion executive board, is managing
the tournament.
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rn r []rf 'OCATIONAL GUDANCE BUREAU AIDS
WOME INSECURI NG EMPLOYMENT
Dr. P enrdo , Director, Advises are however a good many oppor-
WIL N11T u, e oudenis on Selecting>lunities in critic work and kinder-
Courses. garten training."
Helen Kitzmiller '32, to Appoint The bureau receives many re-
Shifts to Work on J. G. P. "Thre has been a decd d i quests for positions in certain lo-
Cast During Week. crease in the number of women calitie . These appointments do not
who have consulted the vocational always succeed but the bureau al-
In preparation for "Came the guidance bureau this year," declar- ways writes away and gets the in-
Dawn," which will open its week's ed Dr. Luther T. Purdum, director fa
run on Monday, March 16, lelen of the University Bureau of Ap- ormation for the applicant. Right
Kitzmiller, chairman of make-up, now there arc three women inthe
has appointed her committee, and pointments. "Women ccme both to University who want to be located
wishes to meet the members at 5 be placed in certain positions and in London.
o'clock today in the Garden room also to receive information about When asked how long a woman
in the League building. the field which they desire to en- usually held a job before she got
The memoers of the committee ter." married, Dr. Purdum replied that
are: Kathleen Bidwell. Mary Cos- The vocational guidance bureau since there was no answer to the
tello, Elizabeth Covert, Beatrix Cul- under the direction of Dr. Purdum question it was one of the most,
ver, Agnes Davis, Janet Davis, Mar- assists the applicant in obtaining popular queries of the day. How-
jory Elsworth, Dorothy B. Frost, a position. They get in touch with ever, he reported that statistics
Aileen Henricson, Lucille Lough, various firmas and find out what had been gathered concerning mar-
Marjorie Mullen, Hope Van Lande- aualifications are necessary. So far riage pozsibilities of women teach-
gend, Edna Seeburger, Katherine the bureau has placed quite a few ers and that it showed that unless
Waara, and Elizabeth Osgood. women. Also many underclassmen a teacher married within the first
The work of the committee will have consulted the bureau in order five years she was working, she
be to learn the various types of to find out what subjects and would not get married at all.
make-up which will be needed for courses they should take to apply Dr. Purdum is assisted in the
this year's Junior Girls' Play, and for a certain position. work of the vocational guidahce
to work in shifts throughout the Teaching, department store work, bureau by Mildred Webber, Ger-
week in which the play is being and secretarial work are the fields trude M. Muxen, Lucille T. Brooks,
presented, making up the members where women are most frequently and Constance Steinberg.
of the cast and choruses. There placed. Positions as a research as-
are more than 90 women taking sistant are also very good, stated
part in the Play, with many differ- Dr. Purdum. "Right now, he said,
ent types in coloring and charac- there isn't much open in either Take You
ter iournalism or advertisinP- There

SENIOflS T0 -OBTAIN
COWNS. NEXT 1WEE1K
Helen Cheever, 31, in Charge
of Arrangerents for
Distribution.
Distribution of caps and gowns
to senior women will take place
from 3 to 5 o'clock next Wednes-
,
day and Thursday, in the ballroom
of the League, according to an an-
nouncement made by Helen Chee-
ver, '31, who is in charge of the ar-
rangements.
The gowns will be available in
all the various sizes, and will be
priced at five dollars. The cost of
the caps is two dollars and fifty
cents, and a deposit of this amount
is required. If the gowns are turned
in at Commencement time in June,
the deposit will be returned. Pre-
sentation of a receipt will be neces-
sary for a refund.
The committee will have a com-
plete selection of the different col-
ored tassels for the caps. These
tassels represent the various col-
leges of the university.

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Banquets at Sororities This Week-end

Kappa
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Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta
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Saturday Night.
Many alumnae are returning to
Ann Arbor for initiation in several
sororities this week-end and in one
house an alumnae reunion is be-
ing held.
Alpha Omicron Pi is expecting
more than 50 guests for an alum-
nae reunion of the chapterhthis
weekend. A luncheon at the house
for guests arriving early Saturday
will open the program. There will
be a patroness' tea in the after-
noon at the house, at which Mrs.
William Inglis, Mrs. Ernest Lloyd,
Mrs. R. W. Bunting, Mrs. C. T. Olm-
stead, Mrs. William Underdown,
Mrs. W. W. Krag, and Mrs. James
C. Cristy, will be entertained.
Following the tea, there will be
a banquet at the Union, at which
Mrs. L. K. Bowen, house chaperone,
will be the guest of honor. Later
in the evening, the guests will re-
turn to the chapter house for
bridge. The program for the re-
union will be concluded with din-
ner Sunday and entertainment pre-
sented by the pledges.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is initiat-
ing 14 women Saturday afternoon.
Following initiation a formal ban-
quet will be given in their honor
at the Haunted Tavern. The women
to be initiated are Dorothy Barnes,
Spec., Uniontown, Pa.; Pauline
Brooks, Ann Arbor; Helen Dyke, '34,
Traverse City; Ruth Gilliam, '33,
Detroit; Dorothy Hammersley, '34,1
Milwaukee; Anne Harsha, '34, De-
troit; Harriet Hunt, '34, Ann Arbor;
I Louise Mayer, '34, Erie, Pa.; Jose-
phine McCormick, Highland Park;
,Peggy Mayer, Erie, Pa.; Elizabeth
Stein, '33, Cleveland; Phyllis Swift,
'34, New York City; Josephine Tal-

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bot, '34, Detroit; and Della Up-
ledger, '32SM, Detroit.
Collegiate Sorosis wishes to an-
nounce 11-Le pledging of Margaret
Allen, '34, of Battle Creek.
Over a hundred alumnae from
Ann Arbor and Detroit are plan-
ning to attend the initiation ban-
quet of Pi Beta Phi which is to be
at the chapter house this Saturday
evening following the initiation ri-
tuals. All decorations will be in
white.
The prospective initiates are Mar-
garet Asie, '32, Westerville, Ohio,
Ruth Campbell, '34, Detroit; Jean
Engard, '34A, Ann Arbor; Mary
Fitzpatrick, '34, Detroit; Marion
Giddings, '34, Battle Creek; Caro-
line Hyde, '34, Washington, D. C.;
Mary Elizabeth Irwin, '32Ed, Port
Huron; Suzanne McKinney, '32, Al-
ton, Illinois; Katharine MacGregor,
'34, Cleveland; Cynthia Root, '34,
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Katherine Jack-
son, '34, Detroit; Marjory Rough,
'32, Detroit; Anne Feiner, '32, De-
troit; and Corine Tilton, '34, De-
troit.
Mu Phi Epsilon Will
Hear Music Program
Entertainment for the members
of Mu Phi Epsilon at the regular
meeting tonight in the League
building will be in the form of an
informal musical. The m u s i c a 1
which is to precede a business
meeting, is in charge of Vera John-1
son, '

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