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ARCH 19, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1'032 JUNIOR PLAY
ELECTIONS CALLED
FOR NEXTTUESDAY
Sophomores Will Hold Meeting
in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
NOMINATE FROM FLOOR
Emily Bates, '32, Will Outline
Duties, Responsibilities,
of Chairmen.
Elections for the central commit-
tee of the 1932 Junior Girls' Play
will be held at 4 o'clock next Tues-
day afternoon in the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre of the League.
All women of the sophomore classj
should be present, prepared with
nominations for the various posi-
tions.
Prepare Nominations.
Although nominations may be
made from the floor, a list of names
will also be prepared by the league
board representatives, and will be
submitted to the class on the day
of the elections.
Ruth Van Tuyl, '31, will preside
at the meeting, as chairman of the
Judiciary council, and Miss Alice
Lloyd, Dean of women, will also be
present. Emily Bates, '32, general
chairman of this year's play, will
outline briefly the problems en-1
countered by the juniors in staging
their production.
Caucusing Prohibited.
Caucusing is strictly prohibited,
and any violations 'of this rule will
be punished by the elimination of
the offenders from voting or office
holding, and further disciplining by
the Judciciary council.
"The elections are being conduct-
ed earlier than usual this year in
order to . avoid cohflict with the
League and W. A. A. elections which'
come early in April," stated Elean-
ore Cooke, '31, president of the
League. "It will also enable the
rophomores to begin lining up the'
necessary work, and to; get a good
start on the various activities in-
volved in the play."
On Tuesday night a "friendship
dinner" was held in Mosher-Jordan
halls. Three girls from every table
at Jordan went over to Mosher and
three--from Mosher-came overĀ°to
Jordan. It is hoped by this that
perhaps many new valuable friend-
ships will start.

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC PREVAILS IN
EAST AND MIDDLE WESTERN CITIES

Dr. Margaret Bell Urges Strict
Care of Nose and Throat
Infections.
"Several cases of Spanish infiu-
enza have been reported to the"
Health Service within the last few
weeks and have proved to be very
serious," said Dr. Margaret Bell,
Physician to the Health Service and
Director and Professor of Physical
education for' Women. "I was in
New York a short time ago doing
work on endocrine glands," she
continued, "and I was able to'study
at close range this epidemic of in-
fiuenza that is prevalent in the east
and the middle west."
"I visited -the Vanderbilt Clinic,
the Bellvue Clinic and the clinic in
connection . with Cornell Univer-
sity," she stated. The disease starts
as the grippe with a nose and
throat infection and develops into
bronchial pnuemonia with pains in
Prof. Campbell Says
Tragedy Appeals to
Women and to Men
"There was once a time when
men were supposed to be the only
ones w lao could enjoy a good trag-
edy on the stage," stated Prof. O. J.
Campbell, acting head of the Eng-'
lish department, yesterday. He ex-C
plained that women with the "ten-
der sensibilities" of the Victorian
era have faded away, and in their
place appear women who can ap-
preciate good tragedy as well as
men.
"It is only theory," said Profes-
sor Campbell, "but there may be
some truth in the fact that thef
further west one goes in the United
States, the more appreciative aref
men and women of the arts. This
frontier line is not a good thing,
for the arts should be appreciated
for their own worth, and not for
the desire to appear cultured."
He finds that men like a certain
robust, low form of comedy which
'women do not enjoy so much. "On.
the other hand," he continued,
"Women are more prone to like
fantasy, because they have a more
delicate imagination which might
be called 'wire-spun.' They can es-
cape from the world of reality more
easily than men where they can
wander in the far-off and unusual
-in the-ield. called.romance. How-
ever, whether or not a woman pre-;
fers tragedy to lighter comedy is1
i distinctly an individual difference."

the muscles and joints. As an af-
termath it leaves the patient ex-
hausted and utterly incapable of
starting in on his work.
"I would advise the students," Dr.
Bell went on, "to be most careful
during this weather to avoid taking
cold and if the slightest cold de-
velops to take immediate care of
it and not to run the chance of
contracting this epidemic of viru-
lent organisms. Nose and throat
infections are most common at this
time of the year and are likely to
prove more serious than the stu-
dents considers if they are not giv-
en medical care at the beginning,"}
she concluded.
FINAL TOURNAMENT
DATE IS SCHEDLEDI
Preliminary MeetsEnd March
26; Final Tourney to be
March 31.
Preliminary swimming meets will.
end Thursday night, March 26, and
the final meet will be held at 7:30
o'clock the following Tuesday night,
March 31, according to an an-
nouncement by Miss Rudh Hassin-
ger, of the physical education fac-
ulty.
Alpha Gamma Delta, Jordan hall,
Adelia Cheever, Martha Cook, andl
Kappa Alpha Theta will compete
tonight at 8 o'clock, instead of at
7:15 as was previously announced.

'NEW SPORT S1ASON Sororities Honor Seniors and Juniors
With Spreads After Junior Girls' Play
TO START APRIL-20 THIS week's social activities in of Miss Eleanor Sullivan, their na-
1._the sororities are marked by tional inspector, who will be a guest
Women to Sign for Baseball, enirtainients for th e nion at the house during the week.
Archery, Tennis, or after the Junior Girls' Play. Alpha Delta Pi entertained rush-
Golf. The seniors of Kappa Kappa ees at dinner last night, and they
Gamma entertained the juniors at are giving another rushing dinner
The intramural season for out- an 11 o'clock spread last night. tonight.
door sports will officially begin on The junior members of Kappa Delta Zeta announces the pledg-
April 20, though organization for Delta were guests of honor at a ing of Adria Parkes, '33, of Will-
the -various sports will be carried on party given by the seniors last Mon- oughby, 0., EthelrMasselink, '4,
from April 6 to the 10, according day evening after the Junior Girls' eBane, and Corabell Peters, '34,
to an announcement by the physi- Play. Kappa Delta wishes to an- Tucson, Ariz.
cal education department for wo- nounce the pledging of Jeanne The freshmen and sophomores of
men. Hewitt, '34, Brooklyn, and Margaret Delta Gamma gave a spread for the
The sports which will be included Fiedrich. '32, Grand Rapids. juniors and seniors last Monday
this fourth season of hh bintamdad Theta Phi Alpha are entertain- night after the play. Decorations
in tio so inreaamura. ing their Ann Arbor alumnae at were suitable for the St. Patrick's
competition are base-ball, as the dinner this evening. This Sunday Day season, and were carried out in
team sport, and tennis, golf, and the sorority is giving a tea in honor detail.
archery as individual sports. The ___ _____ __________
base-ball teams will be organized ,
by the various dormitories, league Fellowship Funds LARUE DELIVERS.
houses and sororities, and those Raised by Alumnae TALK ON AMAZON
who enter individual sports will R ie yAu ne T L N A A O
represent both their house and
their class. Lucy Elliott Memorial Being Botanist Says Natives Produce
Marion Gimmy, '31, intramural Sponsored for Graduates. Small Variety of Foods.
fmanager on the Women's Athletic
Association executive board, will be Following the plan of the alum- Prof. Carl LaRue of the Botany
in charge of the major sport. Mar- nae of the University to raise funds department addressed the Junior
jorie Hunt, '32, is golf manager, and for graduate fellowships, several branch of the American Association
Miriam Carey, '33, is in charge of contributions have already been of University Women on his expe-
archery. The tennis manager will made to the endowment fund in d it y Womenon his eype-
Sbe appointed at the W. A. A. board the form of a memorial to Lucy dition in the Amazon valley, last
meeting this afternoon. Elliott. night in the Women's Field House.
Students who wish to practice' Any amount is most welcome, for The speech was preceded by din-
golf before the season begins can either purpose, and the exact dis ner.
use the golf cages in the Women's position of contributions lies entire- According to Professor LaRue,
Athletic building, or may join the ly with the donor funds are handl- Pfs
class which meets from 4 to 6 ed by the University and contribu- one of the big difficulties which an
o'clock on Mondays. Miss Ethel Mc- tors may send checks either to the expedition has is in getting a great
Cormick, of the physical education treasurer of the University or to enough variety of food to eat, as
faculty, is instructing the class. Miss Marguerite Chapin, Executive the natives liveprincipally on beans,
Posters will be placed on the bul- Secretary, Alumnae Council, Mich- dried fish, and the roasted and
un i e~ayan mr~ay i ie~u'lti bars win Bbourae gynashi um-

FACULTY WOMEN
OFFER PROGRAM
Piano Selections, Songs Given
at Regular Monthly
Meeting.

Piano selections and a group of
songs sung by the chorus under the
direction of Mrs. Grace Johnson
Konold made up the program for
the regular monthly meeting of the
Music Section of the Faculty Wo-
men's club which was held last
night in the Grand Rapids room of
the Michigan league.
Mrs. Walter Hunt and Mrs. Ar-
thur Smith each played a selection
and Mrs. Carl Brown and Mrs. A. O.
Stockard gave a piano duet. The
chorus, accompanied by Mrs. Charles
McMurry, sang:
To a Wild Rose .......... McDowell
Lullaby and Goodnight. . . Bahms
Deep River..............Fisher
Hark, Hark, the Lark.....Schubert

The seniors and juniors of Jor
dan hall entertained the other jun
ior members of the hall who ar
players in "Came the Dawn," at
midnight lunch after the openin;
performance on Monday night. Th
girls sang some of the songs fron
the play.

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week, open swimming will be heldleanodinneathetcbuildinawiuhm
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the tournament who has not com- the next few weeks, and women in-
peted before, regardless of house terested in going out for team or
connections, should come on one of individual sports are asked to sign
these two..nights. their names.
The diving try-outs will be held
Thursday night, March 26, during Students at Illinois
the last preliminary meet. "The G toChrhE M
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not yet been decided upon," said Illinois-The University of Illin-
Miss Hassinger, "but the require-
ments will be low enough so that ois has instituted the practice of
anyone interested in diving can mass attendance at religious serv-
compete." The other' events are ices. Last Sunday twenty-four fra-
the -crawl, side-stroke, racing back ternities and sororities.attended
stroke, breast stroke, and relay. church in a body. The practice is
Individual times are being taken said to influence the student's re-
in the preliminary meets, and in ligious ardor in a way that will not
the final meet the best times of permit of any substitution. The
each event will be run. The number mass attendance plan will be car-
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will depend upon the total number or not the students will benefit
of entries in the preliminaries. from it.

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