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SUNDAY, APRIL 5 1931 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FESTATS DUES DRIVE
FOR CLASS Of '34'
Elizabeth Cooper Cites Need
of Funds for Freshman
Pageant Support.
APPOINTS ASSISTANTS

Lydia Seymour, Eleanor Allen,
Miriam Hall and Marjorie
Thompson Will Help.
"With the exception of $100.00
donated by the Women's League
there is no means of support for
the Freshman Pageant except dues,"
said Elizabeth Cooper, '34, chairman
of the finance committee, "there-'
fore we are asking each eligible
freshman woman to contribute
$1.00. This money is to be used for
advertising, costumes, properties,
and whatever other expenses are
incurred,"
Miss Cooper has appointed mem-
bers of her committee to collect
from dormitory and League houses.
Lydia Seymour is taking charge of
the dues from Helen Newberry, El-
eanor Allen from Betsy Barbour,
Miriam Hall from Mosher, and Mar-
jorie Thompson from Jordan. The
remaining members of the com-
mittee are collecting from the
League houses.
"During the past week everyone
has been splendid about cooperat-
ing with the committee," said Miss,
Cooper, "and we hope to have all
the money turned in before springJ
vacation. In order to get the work
under way as soon as possible we
will have to have a reserve fund.
It is for this reason that we request
promptness in paying.
Announcement of the members
of the publicity committee was
made at the same time by the
chairman, Caroline Hyde. The fol-
lowing were named: Corinne Tilton,
Margaret Smith, Kathryn Davis,
and Joyce Macdonald.
Mental Hygiene Topic
of M'Clusky's Speech
Professor Howard Y. McClusky
?will speak on "Mental Hygiene.
Service in High Schools" at the
meeting of the Women's Education
Club to be held at 4 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon, in the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Plans for an all-education ban-
quet to be held in May are now be-
ing completed by the Women's Edu-
cational Club and the other edu-
cations clubs on the campus.

EASTER INSPIRES'f TT WIFE OF MISSISSIPPI'S GOVERNOR,
SOCIiAL FUNCTIONS |VV13 IL|LiUIIIL L SECRETARY, TO RUN FOR POST
Sorcrities Give Show rs, Rushing frDPresent Secretary of State Is politics this year at the end of the
Dinners, and Teas. U L U U IU USomewhat Disconcerted at present administration.
--HFeminine Competition. Both seek to enter the August
Easter has occasioned special teas roupWill .. ,Drimary against Walker Wood, pres-
and dinners at several of the sororT- GopAnswer Inqures. ent secretary of state, who admits
ity houses this week-end. Pre-vaca- of Prospective Members. JACKSON, Miss., April 4. -(/P)- that he dislikes the idea of femi-
ion ushis pesked a f- This Week. Gov. Theodore G. 3ilbo is on the nine opposition.
nrushing parties have also firl Angriddle. Mrs. Wimberly has been men-
ured prominently in the busy whirl Any students who have questions Two Mississippi women-the gov- tioned frequently for theoffice.
of activities during the past week concerning membership in the Wo- ernor's wife and the governor's sec- Both women have left a loophole
and at two houses showers have men's Athletic Association or who retary-have indicated their desire - the w o m a n 's prerogative to
been given in honor of prospective have earned the five W. A. A. points of seeking the office of secretary of change her mind.
brides.necessary to membership and wish state. Mrs. Bilbo has been close to poli-
bride s nto have them recorded may see Governor Bilbo so far has main- tics practically all her life, but
Laura Joslyn and Fredricka Welce the membership committee from tained an outward neutrality and never has sought office for 'erself.
are guests at the Gamma Phi Beta 2:30 to 5 o'clock every afternoon is making no comment. Both pros- Mrs. Wimberly has demonstratcd
house this week-end.rWednesday this week in the W. A. A. office on pective candidates supported him particular aptitude for the game.
right the sorority entertained sy- the main floor of the league build- when he made his last campaign
eral guests at a rushing dinner. j o oenr om lS rn ac
ThrdyeeigA1phaChiIng. - for governor. Formal SpringDac
hudyevnngAlhrCh JAll women students enrolled in MG.hilbnsyJordtouedtn
Omega had four guests at a rush- the University are inactive mem- Mrs. Bbo says she toured the iven by Jordan Hall
ing party. Talisman roses floating bers of W.A.A., and may become sor's candid acieres. Lulu i
in green bowls, and green tapers active members by earning five W. berly i the go ernor's secretary Spring flowers formed the deco-
were useu on the tables, A. A. points and by paying the rkiy h govern secretar, rations for the spring formal given
Thisoafternoon bypeaiylngasterworked in his campaign headquar- last night by Jordan hall. Dean
This afternoon a special Easter membership dues of one dollar. ters as assistant manager. Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perr,
tea is being given at the Alpha Chi Points may be earned by participa- gaisa dean of oenney
Omega house in honor of the guesis tion in outdoor sports, by playing The wife of ahe governor gives assosth Miss wsmel Ide
and families of the members. Miss on an intramural or interclass team fic her esre o kpr the me Miss sary ey,
Winifred FIierrin will pour. For t: is and by attending W. A. A. ativi-' office her desire to keepthnmeMsLisFiyMs.ayE.B -
Winifren Eer in ou.For tis. dbyatteof Bilbo in Mississippi politics. fington, Miss Elizabeth DeVol. and
occasion Easter flowers in b1:xcck ties, I g
bowls will be placed about the No student will be permitted to The governor's secretary admits Miss Sara W. Lutes, acted as chap-
rooms.id she dislikes the thought of retire- erons, and Bud Mitchell and nis
Alpha Xi Delta had seve r mn- who is not a member of the organ- ment from the fascinating game of orchestra furnished the music.
whsseovemmerosheogn- -________________ _ _ ____________
bers of 'the faculty as guests at a ization. Those whu have earned
formal dinner Wednesday. Tiose their points may pay the dues at
present were Prof. C. D. Thorpe and 'the table at the time of voting, or
Mrs. Thorpe, Prof. W. B. Ford and may see Dorothy Ellsworth before
Mrs. Ford, Prof. Franklin Shull and Wednesday. Gladys Schroeder, '33,
Mrs. Shull. Prof. Jean Earhard, is chairman of the membership
Prof. Stevenson and Mrs. Steven- committee, and will assist Miss
son, Prof. M. S. Pargment and Mrs. I Ellsworth.
Pargment. r I S«
A crystal shower was given for
Harriet Henderlong, of Ann Arbor,
Monday night at the Alpha Xi Del-
ta house.
Mrs. W. F. Stahl and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Farmer, of New Rochelle,
N. Y., are visitors at the Sigma Kap-
pa house this week-end and will
attend the wedding of Margaret S.
Stahl, '31. Friday night members
of the sorority gave a dinner in
their honor,

Artist's Viewpoint
Is Best for Public,
Declares Hon
That people need to be taugL
see intelligently as much as
read intelligently was the idea
veloped by Paul Honore, well-kn
Detroit artist, in his speech at
meeting of the American Asso
tion ofUniversity Women, heli
3 o'clock yesterday in the G
Rapids rcom of the League Bu

Beta Kappa Rho Holds
Easter Fete at League
Beta Kappa Rho held an Easter
party last night in the Cave of the
Michigan League. Entertainment,
under the direction of Dorothy Da-
vis, consisted of dancing, guessing
contests, Easter games, and an
Easter egg hunt. Simple refresh-
ments, in charge of - Ena Jeftries,
were served. Transportation home
was provided for all those who at-
tended the party.
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