, APRIL 2, 1931
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Wednesday, April 8
EMILY ATES R UN
F R LEAUEHE
All Women May Vote in Election
at University Hall
Chairman of Judiciary Council
Will be in Charge of
Names of the candidates who
have been nominated for offices in
the Women's League were announc-
ed yesterday by Eleanore Cooke,
'31, president of the League. Elec-
tions will be held from 8:39 a. m. to
4:30 o'clock in the afternoon, Wed-
nesday, April 8, at the candy booth
in University hall, and all women
are eligible to vote.
Nominations for president are
Katherine Koch, '32, and Emily
Bates, '32, and for vice-president,
Lois Sandler, '32, and Katherine
Ferrin, '32, Helen DeWitt, '33, and
Margaret O'Brien, '33, have been
nominated for recording secretary,
while Barbara Braun, '33, and Cath-
erine Heeson, '33, have been named
candidates for treasurer.
Name Council Candidates.
For the senior position on judi-
ciary council, Jane Inch and Eliza-
beth Lowden will 'run, while Mar-
garet 8chermack, Erdine Griffith,
Mary Barnett, and Sarah Bloom
have been nominated for the junior
positions of which there are two.
Two senior representatives will
be elected to the board of directors.
Candidates for the position are
Winifred Root, Helen Kitzmiller,
Burnette Bradley, and Esther Kir-
by. For junior representatives, Jean
Botsford, Margaret Keal, Jane Ray-
en, and Adele Ewing have been
n a m e d, while Harriet Jennings,
Margaret Smith, Marian Giddings,
and Ruth Duhme will run for posi-
tion of sophomore representative.
Two will be elected from each class.
Pictures of all cang#iates will be
posted at the election table, and
printed ballots will be used. All
women will be required to register
before voting. Senior members of
the board of directors will be pres-
ent at the booth during the day,
and Ruth Van Tuyl, '31, chairman
of the ;judiciary council, will be in
charge of all arrangements.
"Caucusing is strictly prohibited,"
stated Miss Van Tuyl. "This rule
will be rigidly enforced, and any
violations will subject the offenders
to removal from eligibility for office
holding and voting, and further
disciplining by the judiciary coun-
Eta Sigma Phi, Greek and Latin
Club, to Hold Initiation.
At the formal initiation of Eta
Sigma Phi, which will be held to-
night just before a formal dance
to be given in the League build-
ing, the following students will be
n i t i a t e d: Violet Canberg, '32;
Louise Canberg, '32; Tom Jones, '31;
Virginial Cooper, '31; Generva Lov-
ering, grad.; Ethna Fox, grad.; El-
eanore Smith, grad.; Mary Kather-
ine Mitchel, grad.; Dorothy Howell,
'32; Maurice Greenstar, '32; Anna
Sochrens, '31; Jean McNaughton,
'32; Julia Rogers, '32; Margaret
Loomis, '32; Dorothy Wells, '32;
Frances Walker, '32; and John
Y.W.C.A. Will Sponsor
Women's Speech Class
Marjorie Lincoln, '31, is starting
class at the Young Women's
Christian Association for younger
business women; the subject for
the course is "Speech Made Beauti-
Easter morning sunrise services
will be held under the auspices of
the Young Women's Christian as-
sociation at seven o'clock Sunday
morning at Barton Hills.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA -
That the Big Six conference will
allow its members to solicit high
school athletes is highly improb-
able, in the opinion of Dean T. J.
Thompson. This question was the
major issue at the regular quarter-
ly meeting of the loop's faculty
ce Mits Favored
as Accessories of ELECTED DELEGATEea
Spring Formal Wear
By Annic Tobin, '33 lT MIIdAII
VOMAN STAR WINS
If last year's rage of long gloves
harkened back to our mothers' day,
the lace mits that are to be very
much in evidence this spring a:-id
summer remind us of our grand-
"Party frocks" have come back
too. Full skirts, with flounces, and
real tying-in-back sashes make al
miss look as quaintly old-fashioned
as the most demure belle of the
last generation. These innocen'
looking dresses are worn informally
in our day, though, for with thei:
cap sleeves and deep "bertha" col-
lars, they make perfect informal
dancing dresses for warm spring
and summer nights.
These lace mits are really very'
practical, though they look as frivo-
lous as the frothy parasals that
used to accompany them. They are
very inexpensive, they can be sinted
to match a gown or to contrast with
it, and they are, unlike thei kid
and swede predecessors, washable.
Gloves of differenit kinds seemn'C o
hold the spothight just now. Tinted
mits have taken so strom a hold
that the idea has spread to less
formal gloves as well. Those very'
serviceable white fabric gloves that
finished off summer sport costumes
last year are now appearing in var-
ious pastel shades, ready to match
Prediction has it that one will
have to have a separate pair of
,gloves for every outfit when hot
weather comes; but here is a con-
solation. Lace and fabric gloves
are really not expensive, and, great-
est boon of all, they are washable!
Jean lBotsford, '33, Will Attend
Held This Week.
IWLL KNOWN MEN SPEAK
Colle e and Universities Qo
be Represented From
Jean Botsford, '33, vice-presidentj
of the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, has been sent by that organ-
izat:on as the official delegate to
the conference of the Women's Di-
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SORORITIES ENTERTAIN RUSHEES,
FACULTY MEMBERS WITH DINNERS
Junior Girls' Play Committee nihng.
and Cast Honored by A rushing dinner will be held by
Various Houses. Alpha Gamma Delta tonight. Yel-
low tulips and yellow candles will
Spring dinners and rushing par- be the decorations used.
ties continue to mark the social Alpha Gamma Delta announces
activities of the sororities. the pledging of Frances Carlson,
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertain- '32, of Minneapolis, Minn.
ed, Prof. Edwin C. Goddard and
Mrs. Goddard, last night at an in Wellesley to Center
formal dinner party. Spring flowers Work in One Buildin
and yellow tapers were used as dec-O-
orations. For the first time in seventeen
Delta Delta Delta, gave a supper years, college activities will all be
in honor of Prof. Shirby Allen, Mrs. centered in o n e administration
Allen, and their daughter. Yellow, building at Wellesley College this
blue and white flowers and blue spring. The opening of the Hetty
candles formed an attractive decor- H. R. Green hall will replace the
ation scheme. original college center, Old College
The members of Chi Omega hon- Hall, which was destroyed by fire in
ored some of the women connect- 1914
ed with the Junior Girls' Play, yes-
terday evening at a dinner. The NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
guests were: Donna K. Jones, Jean- -Vacant classrooms are now being
nie M. Roberts, Emily Bates, and used as study halls for students
Miss Amy Loomis. The decorations during the periods that they are
consisted of spring flowers and yel- not in use for classes. Cards stating
low tapers. Pi Beta Phi, had an in- the hours of classes are posted on
formal guest night dinner last eve- the doors of the rooms.
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vision of the National Amateur I
Athletic Federation being held in
Detroit this week. Miss Botsford ."r
will also attend the 36th annual
convention of the American Physi-
cal Education Association which
started yesterday and will continue
until Saturday. s>.
Colleges from all over the coun-
try will be represented by speakers
at both conferences. .
Those from Michigan who will
speak today are Dean J. B. Edmon-
son, who will speak on "Are School!
Principals Satisfied with the Pres- aA..tPeP
ent Objectives in Physical Educa-
Lion?"; and Fielding Yost, director Virginia Van Wie,
of athletics, who will speak on "Fu-
ture Trends In Varsity Athletics." Chicago golf champion who add-
Dr. Margaret Bell will hold the pos- ed new laurels to her crown by win-
ition of Middle-West chairman of ning the medal tournament at
the Therapeutic section. Willis S. Southern Pines, N. C., recently.
Peck, M. D., of the Physiotherapy
department will speak on "The Re- UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DA-
lation of Physical Therapy to Phys- KOTA - Instructions in parking,
ical Education." Matt Mann, swim- getting in and out of difficult pla-
ming coach spoke yesterday on ces, climbing hills, and literature on
"Methods of Teaching Swimming." the subject of good driving are
Tomorrow, Rev. Frederick B. Fish- lessons included in a new course,
er of the First Methodist Episcopal "Auto Hygiene," being conducted
church, will speak on "Character here in the Industrial Arts depart-
Values in Play and Recreation." ment by the extension division.
D. O. B.
Kappa Rho will hold its
party Saturday evening
o'clock instead of at 8:00
as announced in the
new coat fashions for Easter
ts coats of light weight woolens
and grey. They feature every
uine flate furs, such as broad-
We have selected the smartest of the
selling! This group includes dress and sport
and tweeds in skipper blue, black, beige a
new treatment for 1931! Trimmed in gen
tail, galapan, and galyak.
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