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SUNDAY. MARCH 15.-1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Annual Senior

Supper to be

Held

Tomorrow

,GRH AM _nAND LEVY
APPOINTED GUARDS
FORSENIOR HNIGHT
Ten Other Juniors Are Chosen
to Follow Leading Guards
ti on Senior Walk.
TO RETURN FOR PLAY
Songs From Last Year's Junior
Girls' Play Will be Sung
During Supper.
Jean Levy and Agnes Graham
will be the leaders of the junior
honor guards who are to escort the
senior women on their traditional
walk around the campus tomorrow
night, following the Senior Supper.
These two women were selected
from members of Wyvern, junior
honorary society.
Ten other women have beer
chosen to follow the leading guards.
They are Agnes Davis, Louise Break-
ey, Evelyn Currah, Sarah Bond,
Dorothy.Coll, Donna Jones, Wini-
fred Hartman, Isabelle Jenkins;
Barbara Wright, and Elizabeth
Robertson.
Will Wear Caps and ,Gowns.
Robed for the first time in their
caps and gowns, all senidr womer
will attend the Senior Supper which
will be held at 6:30 o'clock in the
lounge on the second floor of the
League building. There will be nc
speeches included on the program
but songs from "State Street," last
year's Junior Girls' Play will bE
featured.
Will See "Came the Dawn."
Immediately following the ban-
quet the junior honor guards wil
lead the senior women on thei
customary march bringing then
back in time for the first perform-
ance of the Junior Girls' Play
"Came the Dawn."x
Lucille Strauss is general chair-
man of, the event and she has beer.
assistedtby Jane Yearnd, Marjori
McClung, Elizabeth Wood, Hatti(
Kreye, and Helen Domine.

FIRST GIRL SCOUT
ENROLLED IN U. S.

Associated I'rcss Photo
Mrs. Samuel C. Lawrence,
First girl scout to register in this
country 19 years ago, who will join
250,000 girl scouts in the United
States in birthday celebration of
the organization this month. Mrs.
Lawrence is from Savannah, Ga.
SUNDAY MORNING
RIDES TO START
Group Rides to be Held Tuesday
and Thursday Nights.
The first of a series of Sunday'
morning rides sponsored by the Wo-
men's Athletic Association will be
held at 10 o'clock this morning in
the indoor riding ring at the fair-
grounds.
These rides are planned for both
beginners and experienced riders,
as both can be taken care of in the
indoor ring. Instruction will be
given to those who wish it, accord-
ing to an announcement by Miss
Vanessa Glenn, of the physical
education department for women.
The group riding this morning
will meet at 9:50 o'clock in the
main lobby of the League building.
Transportation to the fairgrounds
will be provided.
Beginning March 24, group rides
will be held at 7:30 o'clock every
Tuesday and Thursday nights.

ALUMNAE TO AID
TEN-YEAR PLAN
Wish to Maintain High Standard
of! Advanced Scholarship;
Foster Research.
As its share in the Ten-year Pro-
gram, the Alumnae Council of the
Michigan Alumni Association had
announced a project of raising a
fund for graduate fellowships. Its
purpose is to aid the Graduate
school in maintaining the highest
standards of advanced scholarship,
to foster research, and in general
to uphold and increase the Univer-
sity's scholastic prestige.
Capital Fund to be Raised. I
The tentative plan is to raise a
capital fund of $150.000 dollars,
making possible ten individual fel-
lowships of about $750 dollars a
year, and in adition, to raise cur-
rent funds of $750 to be spent at
once for a single fellowship for a
single year. One fellowship fund of
$750 is already available for next
year, and application blanks for
women who wish to apply are
available in the office of the Dean
of Women.
Although the plan is to make the
funds more and more elastic, it is
felt that this award should go to
an alumna of Michigan who plans
to work in the Graduate school.
Awards will be made on the basis
of outstanding scholastic {ibility,
desirable personality, and promise
of achievement in advanced fields
of study.
Award Comittee Is Named.
All applications will pass through
the office of Dean of Women and
then through the regular channels
of the Graduate School. The com-
mittee on awards consists of Dean
G. Carl Huber, of the Graduate
school, Miss Alice Lloyd, Dean of
Women, Mrs. Charles Gore, chair-
man of the Alumnae Council, Prof.
John Winter, of the Graduate
Council, and Martha Guernsey Col-
by, alumnae representative. As it is
desired to make the award before
the end of the present semester, all
applications for the fellowship must
be in by April 20.
The Alumnae Council feels that
in the present economic crisis such
funds may be of value to superior
students.

Sculpture Exhibit
Honors Memory of
Tennessee Anderson
By C. M., '32j
First of the Chicago women-
piano-tuners, the wife of Sherwood
Anderson and pre-eminently an ar-
tist for the past ten years, Tennes-
see Anderson who died a year ago
was honored during February with{
a memorial exhibition of her sculp-
ture at the Walden Dudensing gal-
leries in Chicago.-
She follows in the footsteps of
many of her contemporaries in that
she delights in the conventionally
unconventional. Hence ever since
she turned the Bohemian artist, she
K'ias been fertile ground for the re-
porters of the unusual. Her first
four heads were carved out of clay
with a hair pin and a paring knife!
But all of this in no way effects
her art. The dominating quality of
her figures is that she entertains a
decided Rabelesian humour. None
of the frailties of men find a sym-
pathy under the searching power of
her modeling tools. And yet by this,
one must not infer that she has
no sympathy. She has; but also
she catches the gods' caricature in
all of us from her self-satisfied
Well-to-do, to her Old Scholar, from
her Labor, the head of a sensitive
woman ground down by hard work
to her They Are Squarer With Kids

GOODWILL CIRCLE
G1IS CHARITY TEA.
Many Attend Affair Given by
Local Group in Ballroom
of League.
Four hundred students, faculty
members, and townspeople attend-
ed the charity tea given by the
Goodwill Circle of King's Daugh-
ters yesterday afternoon in the
ballroom of the League building.
The tea is an annual affair spon-
sored by this organization.
Theodore J. Smith contributed the
main part of the entertainment.
giving a group of Spanish dances
with his partner, Miss Esther Grim-
show, which "were very well receiv-
ed by the audience. Dorothea M.
Torbeson, '32, sang a group of songs.
"The Old Lady Shows Her Med-
als" was presented by students in
the Play Production department,
including Dorothy H. Pastoret, '31,
Margaret R. Durst, '31, Nellie Lai
Rue, '31, Janet Woodmansee, '32,'
Richard R. Purser, '31, and Alan#
Handley, '32.1
Those who poured were Mrs. Alli-
son Ray Heaps, Mrs. John Schlee,
Mrs. Edward Staebler, and Mrs. W.
B. McMillan of Ann Arbor and Mrs.
A. W. Coxon of Detroit. Those in
the receiving line were Mrs. Julio
del Toro, Mrs. John Schlee, Mrs.
M. P. Turner, Regent Esther Cram,
Mrs. Junious E. Beal and wives of
all the ministers in Ann Arbor.

VARIOUS SOCIAL EVENTS INTEREST
WOMEN STUDENTS THIS WEEK-END
Initiation Ceremonies, Dinners, ority is holding its formal initiation
Rushing Parties, and ceremonies, to be followed by "a.
TeasAre eld.banquet at which many of the De-
Teas Are Held.troit alumnae are to be present.
Alpha Xi Delta wish to announce
This week-end reflects the latter the pledging of Anna Ratliss, '32,
part of last week in its variety of Winchester, Ky., and Mildred Haz-
social events in the sororities. Ini- elwerdt, '33, Rochester, Mich.
tiation ceremonies andbanquets, Alpha Omicron P gave a rush-
patroness dinners, rushing parties, ApaOirnP aears
and teas all feature on the list of ing party for four guests qn last
entertainments. Thursday night.
Alpha Gamma Delta gave a for-
mal dinner last Thursday night in .
honor of the following of their STODDARD
patrons and patronesses: Mr. and! BEAUTY
Mrs. Walter Ford, Mr. and Mrs. H
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del Toro, and Mrs. W. R. Curtis. 1 nnounces
This afternoon, Alpha Gamma Del- A Special Price in
ta are honoring the Ann Arbor PeW
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at the chapter house. Mrs. L. D. Until Easter, April 5th
Shunen will pour, and Mr. Robert A $1O Wave for
Crandall is to entertain at the
piano. $7 and$5
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Last Tuesday evening Phi Sigma
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were Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Ullian, Mr.
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More than 106,000,000 books and
pamphlets were turned out by the
government printing office last
year, representing a value of about
$14,000,000.

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IT'S. YOUR PLAY

And that's not a lot of pub-
licity bunk. It's produced by
YOUR co-eds, it's set on
YOUR campus, its char-
acters are YOUR pet aver-
sions as well as YOUR favor-
ites and its songs. have the
catchy rhythms that appeal
to YOUR sense of beat. Don't
be in the dark; see this spark-
ling musical comedy.

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