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THE MICHIGAN

DAIEY

1 VCt"EHZt DAV- FEBRUARY 18. 1931

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DEAN ALICE LLOY ' SIT9N DS
ATTE'ND MEEIN

FILIPINO OPERATIC
STAR PLANS VISIT

GIRLS' GLEE CLUB.
PLANS BRIDGE TEA'

Event Will

be Held SaturdayI

Afternoon in Ballroom
of Women's League.

National Association of
of Women Convenes
Fifteenth Meeting.

Deans
for

WILL VISIT ANN ARBOR
Attendance of Over 300 Deans
of Women From All Parts
of U. S. Expected.

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Dean Alice Lloya, Mrs. Beryl
Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry, and
Miss Ellen Stevenson, assistant1
deans of women, left yesterday af-
ternoon to attend the fifteenth an- scd'rcss Photo
nual meeting of the National As- evita Fuentes,
sociation of Deans of Women, which Filipino prima donna, will leave1
will begin with registration of Manila soon to visit the UnitedI
members at nine o'clock this morn- States for the first time.I
ing in the ballroom foyer of the _--- _---
Hotel Statler in Detroit. Registra-
tion will also be continued from two
until six o'clock this afternoon. I
More than 300 deans of women -
from universities, colleges, normal
schools, and high schools from all
parts of the United States are ex~w l T9 T S O
pected to attend these meetings. -
Dean Alice Lloyd is general chair- Those Making Best Records in
man of local arrangements and Preliminaries Will be
Miss Perry is chairman of registra-t
tion. Miss Thyrsa W. Amos is the Chosen for Meet.
national president of the deans~--
convention association. When reg- Preliminaries for the Intramural
istration has been completed, the swimming tournament will begin}
guests will meet in sections for the first week in March, according
deans. of women in universitiestth ceuearndbyTrs
colleges, teachers colleges, a n d Rotani, '33 swimiranged aaeresa
normal schools, and deans of girlsR.w.a
in high schools. the Women's Athletic Association
Dr. Spaeth To Give Address, board, and Marion Gimmy, '31, In-
Following the luncheon at one tramural manager.
o'clock this afternoon for members Four different groups will meet
only, to be given in the large ban- every Tuesday and Thursday nights
quet room of the Statler hotel, Dr. at the Union pool beginning in
John Duncan Spaeth, professor of March, and the time will be taken
English, Princeton u n iv e r sit y, of each contestant in every event,
Princeton, New Jersey, will deliver she enters.
the opening address, "The Mean- Each student may enter two
ing of Culture." Miss Thyrsa W. events and the relay, and the
Amos, president of the National strokes will be: the crawl, the rac-
Association of Deans of Women, ing back stroke, the side stroke and
and dean of women of the Univer- the breast stroke. A relay will be
s i t y of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, held each night. Students who
Pennsylvania, will preside. wish to compete for diving will
All meetings of the National As- come on a special night to be an-
sociation of Deans of Women will nounced later.
be held in the Hotel Statler until The intramural meet will be held
Saturday morning. Then members during the last part of March, and
will come to Ann Arbor, where the the contestants who have made
deans of women will meet in the the best times in the preliminaries
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre of the will be selected to compete. The
Michigan league. final meet will be held for individ-
Eleanor Cooke to Speak. uals as well as for houses, and each
An address of welcome will be .house can have any number of en-
given by Eleanor Cooke, '31, on the tries.
topic, "The Women's League and
Its Buildings," Dean Alice Lloyd Riding Club Will Hold
will speak about "New Opportuni-
ties for Women at Michigan." Ad- M e e t i n g Thursday
dresses will also be given at this~-
time by members from other sec- Members of Pegasus riding club
tions of the country. will hold their first meeting this
At one o'clock the visiting deans semester at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
of women and presidents of the night, Feb. 19, in the League build-
state associations will be the guests ing, to discuss plans for the re-
of the University of Michigan at a mainder of the year. It is impor-
luncheon in the ballroom of the tant that every member be present,
Michigan league. Dr. Alexander G. and any students interested in join-
Ruthven, president of the Ujniver- ing the organization are invited to
sity, will give an address, "Women attend this meeting. The room re-
in Co-educational Institutions,", sedved for the meeting will be listed
immediately after the luncheon. on the bulletin board m the League
Dr. John Duncan Spaeth, professor building.
of English, Princeton university,,
will speak about "Trends in Ameri- Professor Addresses
can Culture," following the speech Couzns Hall Group
by President Ruthven.

Under the sponsorship of the
University Girls' Glee club a bridge
tea will be held from 2:30 o'clock to
5:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
February 28. The affair will be ac-
commodated in the ballroom of the
Women's League building, and will
be openwto all University women,
faculty women, and any other per-
sons who are interested.
In view of the fact that the pro-
ceeds taken from this occasion are
to be used to cover expenses which
have been planned for the club
concerts, the committee in charge
is asking the price of twenty-five
cents per person. The trips this
year are to include excursions to
several cities throughout the state
of Michigan.
Any groups of older women at-
tending the bridge will be given
special attention by the members
of the committee. Those who are
in charge of the arrangements for
the affair are to include: Helen De
Witt, '33, chairman, Vincelle Bart-
lett, '33, Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '33,
Ruth Marshall, '31, Margaret Wal-
lace, '33, and Janet Allen, '33.
As director of the club, Miss Nora
Crane Hunt will assist in the prep-
arations; rind Marjory McClung, '31,
president of the organization will
also direct the committee's work.

TO HOLD RECEPTION
FOR BISHOP'S WIFE
Mrs. Muriel Masefield, Noted
Authority on Fanny Burney,
on American Tour.
Immediately following the Loyal-
ty luncheon which will be given to-
morrow noon in the Ballroom of
the League, Mrs. John E. MartinI
I has invited a group of students to
meet Mrs. Evelyn Riley Nicholson,
wife of Bishop Thomas Nicholson,
of Detroit, in the Kalamazoo room
of the Women's League building.
Mrs. Martin wishes to see all the
foreign students who were mem-
bers of the Methodist Missionary
schools in their own countries. She
has also extended an invitation to
all women on campus who are
daughters of Methodist clergymen.
Since there is no accurate way for
Mrs. Martin to find the names of
all these students, she has request-
ed that as many of them as can
come to the reception, call her
sometime before Thursday at 9489.
Miss Marjorie 'McClung, '31, will
sing at the tea, which will begin
at 3:30, and Mrs. Martin will be as-
sisted in the receiving line by Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, and Mrs.
George Caron, of Detroit. Mrs.
Caron is a prominent state-wide
organizer of women's clubs, and
a worker in international mission-
ary activities.

ANO THER
RECEIVES

WARNER
H ON OR

Various Occupations
Engage Attention of
Michigan's Alumnae
Alumnae from the University of
Michigan are to be found in all sec-
tions of the world, and from time
to time either through letters from
them, newspaper articles, or from
information given by their acquain-
tances, it is possible to "pass along"
these gleanings.
Elizabeth A. Stone, '28, is now a
student at the Women's Medical
College of Pennsylvania. Miss Stone
lives at 3304 Queen Lane, Philadel-
phia, Pennsylvania.
Flora E. Hatch, '19, is a buyer for
J. N. Adams and Company, Buffalo,
New York, and her address is 245
Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Mary Karpin-
ski, '28, A. M., '29, to Charles N.
Staubach, '28, of Glen Ridge, New
Jersey. Mr. Staubach is an instruc-
tor in the Spanish department of1
the University of Michigan.
Cast, Choruses Called
to Important Meetinmg
Amy Loomis, director of the Jun-j
ior Girls' Play will meet all women
who are taking either cast or chor-
us parts in the production at 4
o'clock today in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn theatre.
The play is going into a regular
schedule of rehearsals this week

INTEROLASS TEAMS
CONTINUE PRACTI.CE
Two Teams From Each Class to
Start Competition Next
Monday Afternoon.
Interclass basketball practices
are being held every day this week
except Friday. The senior and
sophomore teams practiced Monday
and will practice today at 4 o'clock
while the juniors and freshmen
had practices Tuesday and will play
again Thursday. 118 players ,in the
intramural basketball tournament
were invited to participate in the
interclass tournament.
There will be two teams to repre-
sent each class and take an active
part in the tournament. Actual
competition will begin next Mon-
day, Feb. 23. The class teams were
selected by Elizabeth Loudon, '32,
basketball manager of W. A. A.,
Helen Wilson, '31, manager of the
senior team, Roseannah Manches-
ter, '32, manager of the junior team,
Louise Peterson, '33, manager of
the sophomore team and Frances
Manchester, '34, freshman manager,
together with Miss Ruth Hassinger,
Miss Laurie Campbell and Miss
Marie Hartwig of the physical edu-
cation department.
Eligibility is not required for
participation in the tournament.
All women invited to take part in
the tournament may play regard-
less of their grades. The schedule
of the tournament has not been
decided as yet but will be an-
nounced in the near future.

Jane Warner,
Of the famous Warner football
family headed by "Pop," coach of
Stanford's tems-was selected for
College Humor's March Hall of
Fame. Miss Warner, a student at
the University of Oregon, likes foot-
ball better than any other sport
and thinks "Pop's" system is the
best in the world.
OXFORD LECTUBR
WILL TALK, FRIDAY.

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SORORIT Y SOCIAL ACTIVITIES BEGIN
AGAINWITH OPENING OF SEMESTER
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Rushing Dinners Are Planned by
Many Campus Houses
for This Week.
With the commencement of the
new semester, social activity in the
sororities begins again with new
zest, featuring rushing parties as
an appropriate form of entertain-
ment for'this first week.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is enter-
taining eight rushees at dinner to-
night. Decorations for the partyl
will take the form of spring flowers
and pale blue tapers.
Pi Beta Phi entertained eight
guests at a rushing dinner last
night. The small tables set for din-
ner were enhanced by an harmoni-
ous combination of yellow candles
and bouquets of daffodils.
Delta Delta Delta lends variety to

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the pattern of social entertainment
in giving a tea yesterday afternoon
in honor of Miss R. Louise Fitch,
Dean of Women at Cornell Univer-
sity. Miss Fitch is a member of
Delta Delta Delta, although not of
the local chapter. Next Saturday
afternoon, the sorority will give a
tea honoring the deans of Delta
Delta Delta, who are to visit Ann
Arbor over the week-end.
Delta Gamma is entertaining
Miss Adelaide Miller as a house
guest this week. Miss Miller is the
chapter's province secretary. On
Thursday night Delta Gamma is
giving a rus ing dinner for eight
guests.
Chi Omega is entertaining rush-
ees at dinner tonight, and tomor-
row night. Decorations for both
these parties will consist of spring
flowers and long blue tapers.

_ and Miss Loomis says that every-
E. Martin, Hostess, one must be present in order that
Mrs. John Eshe may check over parts and re-
Extends Invitation to hearsal hours.
Methodist Students.__
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Guests Will Tour Campus.
A general tour of the University
campus and points of interest a-
round Ann Arbor has been planned
for the afternoon. The Women's
field house will be particularly
important as a feature of the tour,
for very few universities have ath-
letic buildings especially for wo-
men. Mosher-Jordan halls, one of
the largest dormitories in the
country, will also be inspected and
questions will be asked in regard to
the success of the plan of this dor-
mitory.
All dormitories on the campus
will hold open house and will serve
tea to the visiting deans of wo-
men, Saturday afternoon, February
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Speaking on Column poetry, Pro-
fessor Karl Litzenberg, of theEng-
lish department addressed the poe-
try hour group at Couzens hall
Sunday night. He stressed poef s
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