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1'RM.m FEBRU~.ARY 2. 93 Q

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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PI LAMBDA THETA
AHRRANGES BANQUET
IN 'HONOROF N, E. A,
Ann Arbor Chapter Has Charge
of Program for Affair
Monday Night.
WILL CONDUCT TOURS
Invitations Sent Out for Open
House to be Held Next
Thursday, Friday.

Acting as hostesses to the Na-
tional Educational A s s o c i a t i o n
which is convening in Detroit start-
ring tomorrow and convening all
next week, Pi Lambda Theta, Na-
tional Honorary Educational socie-
ty, will give a banquet at 6 o'clock
next Monday night at the Masonic
Temple.
The Xi chapter, that in Ann Ar-
bor, with Louise Ganiard, '31ED.,
president, in charge, has completed
plans for the program. Louise Pen-
nington, head of Paton Hall at
Romeo, is the general chairman of
the banquet. The toastmistress will
be Katharine B. Greene, assistant
professor of educational psychology.
Dr. Marguerite Wilker, director of
the nursery school, will speak on
Pi Lambda Theta and its relation
to experimental education.
National President to Give Address.
Others who are on the program1
are Genevieve K. Bixler, national
>president of Pi Lambda Theta and
professor psychology in the school
of education at the University of
Chicago, who will give a talk on thei
relation of Pi Lambda Theta to
N. E. A.; Louise Stanley, chief of
the United States Bureau of home
economics; and Maude McBroon,
supervisor of the elementary school
at the University of Iowa. Louise
Ganiard will give the farewell ad-
dress.-

AMERICAN TENNIS
STAR LOSES RANK
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UeLn Wills Moody,
Famous tennis player, who was
left out of the tennis rankings by
the Un i ed States Tennis Associa-
tion. Mirs. L. A. Harper, of Oak-
land, Cal., was rankecd America's
foremost woman tennis playc:.
TEAY SELECTED
FOR CLASS GAMES
Sophomores to Meet Juniors in
Basketball Next Tuesday.
Iomen who have been selected
to play on the senior team in the
interclass basketball tournamen
are: Lucile DeBoe, Nell Hagedorn,
H e 1 e n Moore, Clara Parkinson,
Florence Seys, Catherine Shannon,
gveland Sharff, Elizabeth Whad,
Elizabeth Whitney, and Helen Wil-
son.

MU PHI EPSILON
HOLDS MUSICALE'1
Laura Whelan is Given Charge v
of Program at League
Building.
Active members and patronesses
of Mu Phi Epsilon were guests of ti
the local alumnae of the sorority n
at a formal musicale last night in in
the League building. Miss Laura w
Whelan was in charge of the pro- S
gram which was held in the Ethel cc
Fountain Hussey lounge. e
The program was presented by
Ava Comin-Case, Grace Parks- h
Wagner, and Dorothy Cozad. The m
numbers on the program were: T
IE
Praeludium .................. Liszt t
Preludes 1, 23, and 21 ...... Chopin >
Waltz in E Minor ...........Choin h
Mrs. Case,
II
Love and Springtime ......Metcalf t
Ashes of Roses .......... Woodman
The Star ..........Rogers
Life .......................Curran
Grace Parks-Wagner
III ',
Claire de Lune.................
Arabesque............
Reflections in the Waters DebussyI
Mrs. Case,
"De Vieni, non tardar" from "Le
Nozzi di Figaro".......Mozart
"Pace, pace, Mio Dio" from "La i
Forza del destino" ......Verdi
Dorothy Cozad.;
V
Scherzo in B Flat minor ... Chopin
Mrs. Case,
Miss Laura Whelan was the ac-k
companist.I
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON-The'
Rt. Rev. Walter Taylor Sumner,
Episcopal bishop of Oregon, recent-I
ly stated that he has noted a greati
difference between the co-ed of.I
1915 and her sister of 1931. "In 1915
the young girl in college wanted to
make herself a 'good fellow' among
her gentlemen friends. She wanted
to make herself a pal, and would
interest herself in her friend's ac-
tivities. She would lower herself to
his level of thinking and seemed
not to have a mind of her own.
"The girl of today is much more
demanding, and the young fellow
who wants the company of the
modern girl must do just about as
she says."

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rnriira DEMOCRACY AND MODERN ROYALTY
MINGLE WITH VISIT OF DUCHESS
IGrand Duchess Marie of Russia rific earnestness of purpose which
Is Reticent About Present characterizes the club woman read-
s iting a paper on The Care and Feed-
Politcal Conditions. ing of Three Year Old Child. Her
Schubart Named Chairman1,. grey gown was subdued in charac-
iy M. 0."B., 3. ter, and her hair was dressed as
M eet;nga at Martha Cook Distinctly modern is are of simply as any housewife's.
Wed1nesday Night. Russia. About her is no trace of The duchess in person was rather
the old world glamour which encir- more the arrogant aristocrat. The
mi interested in the ques- cles her name, although her mag- simple grey frock disappeared un-
I the World Court met last nificent dignity completely repelled der a smart grey coat, and the sim-
the bold gaze of the proletariat. ple coiffure was covered by a dash-
Democratic America swarmed a- ing tricorn which radiated Paris.
Discusc ien of this question round her dressing room in a de-Ihe drew on long gloves with a de-
x-der the leadership of Viola termined effort to catch a glimpse cided gesture, and summoning her
:grt, '31, a member of the of royalty in the flesh. Royalty sat elegant companion, she prepared to
ittee trying to further inter- at a small dressing table and look- depart for places unknown.
ed unmentionable things at a foun- "For heaven's sakes, don't ask
this issue. tain pen which successfully defied her anything more about politics,"
lar g~rup meeting; are to be her efforts to manipulate it. Roy- breathed the companion, just as
n the various sororities, dor- alty blew smoke through an aris- the duchess exercised her royal
ies, and league houses, under tocratic nose and spoke in mono- prerogative of dismissal.
syllables to the eager questions of-
guidance of goup leaders. autograph and thrill collectors. --
ga therigi3 are to arouse in- I From the stage, the duchess looks

Four Choruses for
Junior Girls' Play
to Rehearse Today
Four choruses for "Came the
Dawn!" will meet today in the
League building. Chorus A will re-
hearse at 4 o'clock in the Cave,
chorus D at the same time in the
Committee room, chorus B at 5
o'clock in the Cave, and chorus E
at the same time in the Committee
room.
Attendance at rehearsals is com-
pulsory, and a system of fines has
been arranged for unexcused tar-
diness and absence. Excuses can
only be obtained before the rehear-
sal from which a woman must be
absent, and can be given by either
Jane Inch, assistant chairman of
the play, or Amy Loomis, director
of the play.

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Invitations have been sent out to
members of N. E. A. to visit the

University Elementary school next
Thursday and Friday when open
house will be held. Members of Pi
Lambda Theta will also conduct.
guests on a tour of the campus.
WOMEN TO ENTER
ANNUAL DEBATES
Michigan Opposes Ohio, Indiana
in Triangular Contest.
Engaging in the annual triangu-
lar debate contest between Ohio
State University, the University of
Indiana, and the University of
Michigan, Michigan's Women's neg-
ative team will oppose the Ohio
t e a m next Thursday at Athens,
Ohio, and Michigan's affirmative
will speak against Indiana on Feb-
ruary 28 in Ann Arbor.
The subject for both of these de-,
bates is "Resolved that the several-
states should' enact legislation pro-
viding for compulsory liability in-
surance for automobile owners."
The members for each debate
team are picked from ten women
who are on the squad. They are all
taking speech courses.
With Lincoln's ideal of emanci-
pation in mind, the University of
Colorado chapter of Mortar Board,
senior women's honorary society,
gave a dance on his birthday of#
fering the women of the campus
emancipation from the shackles of
depending upon men to cut. The
women did the asking, paid the ex-
penses, and did all the cutting. Y

The sophomore squad has been
divided into two teams. The wofmen
on one are Fay Adams, Dora Bed-
ford, Jean Bentley, Jean Berridge,
Barbara Fisher, Rebecca Gaber,
Margaiet Snyder, and Ruth Uns-
worth. Betty Aberle, Helen Bren-
n e r, Audrey Callender, Marion
Heald, Lelia Heuricks, Louise Peter-
son, Katherine Rentschler, Teresa
Romain, Virginia Johnson and Lora
Sommer will play on the other
sophomore team.
Both sophomore teams will play
at 4 o'clock next Tuesday against
the junior teams which have not
yet been selected from the junior
squad. The seniors will have their
first game at 4 o'clock next Wed-
nesday.
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