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RIDAY, MARCH 20, 1931 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Outdoor Meet.
An innovation on this campus,'
and one of the outstanding events
in the series of outdoor parties be-
ing sponsored by the Women's Ath-
letic Association this year, will be
the treasure hunt to be held at 2
O'clock tomorrow afternoon by W.
A.A.
All women students, as well as
active members of W. A. A. are in-'
vited to attend the party. The
guests will ,meet at the Women's
Athletic building at 2 o'clock to be
divided into two groups. Two routes
have been planned leading to the
treasure, and the group reaching
the object first will be adjudged
the winners. Both groups will go
by foot, and no artificial means of
transportation will bepermitted.
After the- treasure hunt is con-
cluded, both' groups will return to
the Athletic building for refresh-
ments.
Audrey Callandar, '33, outdoor
manager of W. A. A., is general
chairman of the party, and is be-
ing assisted by the W. A. A. social
committee, including Jean Bots-
ford, '3,, vice-president of W. A. A.,
Clara Grace Peck, '33, Gladys
Schroeder, '33, Dorothea Waterman,
'32, and Anna Neberle, '32.
No special invitations are being
sent out for the affair, but all phys-
ical education faculty members, as
well as students, are invited to at-
tend. 'Miss Marie Hartwig and Mrs.
Dorothy Hall, faculty advisor of
W. A. A., are among the faculty
members who will be present.
The treasure hunt will be the
fifth outdoor party in a series that
has been unusually successful and
well-attended, according to Miss
Callandar. The first outdoor activ-
ity was a hike to the forestry cabin
held on Nov. 23. The first skiing
and tobaggahing party took place
on Jan. 17, and was soon followed
by two others, on Feb. 7 and March
14. This latter form of entertain-
ment proved especially popular, as
instruction in skiing and tobaggon-
ing was given by an expert Nor-
wegian to those who wished it. This;
series of outdoor activities will be
continued by the c o m m i t.t e e
throughout the semester.
UNIVERSITY OF TO L E D O-
Scholastic honors at the 'univer-
sity are at the present time equally
shared by men and women stu-
dents, four of each group having;
received all A records for the firstj
semester of the present school year.

CLUB TO PRESENT
-Victory of Peace' Allegory
Deals With Problems
of Conflict.
"The Victory of Peace," a page-
ant in two acts, will be presented
by the World Affairs Division of
the Woman's Study club of Ypsi-
lanti at 8 o'clock Thursday night,
March 26. The performance will
be given in the Central High School
auditorium.
The pageant was written by Miss
Florence Eckert, associate profes-
sor of English in the State Normal
College, and a member of the club,
and the cast will include 22 women
and 17 men. The plot is strictly
allegorical, and deals with the prob-
lems of war and perpetual peace.
The action takes place along the
"highway of life."
Mrs. Helen Johnston is chairman
of the division of world affairs, and
is being assisted in producing the
pageant by Miss Eckert, Mrs. Deon
Green, Mrs. George Moorman, and
Mrs. Lorne Sevey. The music is be-,
ing arranged by Mrs. Arthur Met-
( calf, and the orchestra will be di-
rected by Lucille Van Antwerp.
During the performance, a quartet
will sing a "Song of Peace" com-
posed by Mrs. Benjamin D'Ooge.
a Members of the Study club were
addressed by Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis,
director of the department of in-
ternal medicine, yesterday after-
noon, on the "Work of the Thomas
Henry Simpson Memorial Institute
for Medical Research." The lecture
was given under the division of
public welfare.
TUNIVERSITY OF KANSAS-For
[spring drill here ;every member of
the R. O. T. C., will be issued white
duck trousers, and the military de-
partment is further contemplating
the issuance of white gloves as a
part of the spring uniform.

Paintings by Women
Included;in Exhibit
Out of the two art exhibits
which are now open at Alumnae
Memorial hall there are several
women artists represented. In
the exhibit sponsored by the Col-
lege Art Association oils are con-
tributed by Margaret Chaplin,
Florence Ballin Cramer, Jane
Peterson, M. Elizabeth P r i c e,
Georgina Klitgaard, and Helena
Sturtevant.
Probably the most important
work offered by any woman in
these two exhibitions, however,
is the work of Nura which ap-
pears here under the sponsor-
ship of the Ann Arbor Art As-
sociation.
PING-PONG PLAYER S
TO FINISH ROUNDS~
Entrants Who do Not Play at
Time Assigned to be Dropped
From Tournament.
Third rounds of the ping-pong
tournament should be completed
this week, and those who have en-
tered the tournament late will have
to play off all three rounds before
Saturday, according to an an-
nouncement by the physical edu-
cation department.
The following e n t r a n t s have
played this week, Mary McIntosh,
'34, and Dorothy Shapland, '34; and
Helen Domine, '31, and E s t h e r
Loucks, '32. Miss McIntosh was the
winner of two out of three games
in the first set, the scores being 21
to 16 and 21 to 7. Miss Domine was
winner in the second group, the
scores being 21 to 15 and 25 to 23.
Entrants who do not play off
their rounds at the time assigned
them will be automatically dropped
from the tournament

PLAN LEAGUE TEA
TO- HONORJUNIORSI
Play Selections Will Feature
Sixth Function in
Ballroom.
Continuing with the sixth of the
series of League parties sponsored
by the various houses, Group 5 will
be in charge of the tea which will
be held from 4 to 6 this afternoon
in the ballroom of the League. The
affair is being planned in honor of
the juniors, and decorations will
carry out the theme of "Came the
Dawn!
Parrish Riker, '33, is in charge of
arrangements, and she is being as-
sisted by Ellen Fiske, '31, Dorothy
Stirling, '32, Ida Ruth Peterson, '33,
Gladys Scott, '34, Margaret Moyer,
'32, and Alice Lynch, '31Ed.
Mrs. Grace Hollister, Miss Jean-
ette Perry, and Mrs. John R. Effin-
ger will pour, and besides the danc-
ing, selections from the Junior
Girls' Play will be given by Lois
Sandler, Ruth Allison, and Helen
Van Loon.

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Assocaed Press88 Photd

Georges Lewys,
Authoress, who has brought a
$2,000,000 plagiarism suit against
Eugene O'Neill. She claims that
ideas for O'Neill's "Strange Inter-
lude" came out of herabook "The
Temple of Pallas-Athenae."
HOUSES CONTINUE
SWIMMING MEETS
Alpha Gamma Delta, Jordhn Hall,
Martha Cook, Kappa Alpha Theta,
and Delta Gamma competed in the
sixth preliminary of the Intramur-
al swimming meet last night.
Margaret Defendorf, '32, Delta1
Gamma, won the crawl stroke event
in 16.2 seconds. Audry Callender,
'33, Alpha Xi Delta, took second
place in 17 seconds. Leonore Caro,
'32Ed, placed first in the side stroke'
with a time of 20 seconds. Defen-
dorf came in second with 20.2. CaroI
also won the back stroke event in
21 seconds. Callender placed sec-
ond with a time of 24. Adele Mysen
and Alice Vander Boogert, both of
Martha Cook tied for first place in
the breast stroke with 24 seconds.
Edith Houghey, Martha Cook, was
.secbnd with a time of 25.2.
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