',TL 10, 1931
IL 10, 1931 ~THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ILV4&VAM UNWA'7A ME ZNM &I EM
WOMEN TO ATTE
With Formal Dinner
. Sorority social activities still con-
tinue, although examinations take
the lead in campus activities.
Delta Delta Delta women enter-
Representatives From Colleges tained some of the faculty last
Throughout State night at a formal dinner. The
guests included; Prof. Clarence D.
Will Come. Thorpe and Mrs. Thorpe, Prof. Sol-
omon F. Gingerich and Mrs. Gin-
DELEGATES NUMBER 150 gerich, Prof. James Hamilton and
Mrs. Hamilton, Dr. Orlando W.
Theme of Discussion to Include Stephenson, and Mrs. Stephenson,
Mr. Henry Moser, Mr. Walter B.
Solutions of Social Rea, and Mrs. Rea, Prof. Clifford C.
Problems. Glover. An attractive decoration
I scheme was carried out with spring
More than 150 women from all flowers and green tapers.
parts of the country will attend the The members of Pi Beta Phi are
entertaining Miss Jean McClean,
national convention of the Inter- from Detroit, as a guest for the
collegiate Association of Women week.
Students, which is being held in - -
Ann Arbor from April 22 to 26. Miss TRADE LISTS FILED
Nellie Lee Holt, of Stephens Col- AT DEAN'S 'OFFICE
lege, Columbia, Mo., will be the
main speaker of the convention. Professional Stocking Darners
President Will Give Address. SellAbilit to Students.
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will address the opening meeting.B.'
Other speakers are to be Miss Ethel By E. A. '33. i
McCormick, Social Director in the In a little metal filing box in the
office of the Dean of Women, and Dean of Women's Office, the Uni-
Mrs.fc ofrte Dean .fishe, and versity of Michigan's Jills-of-all-
Ars Frederick B. Fisher, of Ann trades are listed. Their versatility
Arbor. and resourcefulness extend, per-
The delegates will be housed at baps, to a few vocational fields for-
Mosher-Jordan Halls during their merly unexploited-have you, for
-stay. Various organizations on cam- example, ever hired a professional,
pus are entertaining, beginning tray-filler, or an expert darner of
with a tea given by Mortarboard, stockings? Their services can be
Senior Society, and Wyvern. The procured through the Dean of Wo-
Women's Athletic Association will men's Office.
given a luncheon, while Pan-Hell- Or the family budget may have
enic association is holding a break- gootten out of line; then the calcu-'
fast. Thursday night, the Junior . lator operator will come to your
class is presenting "Came ' the I aid: With spring house-cleaning in
Dawn." the offing, a hint to a wise profes-
The central theme of the conven- sor will remind him that the chao-
tion is to be "The social adjust- tic state of his library can be quick-
ment of the college woman to the ly and efficiently reduced to order
campus," and it will be discussed by the filing clerks and librarians
at both the assemblies and closed seeking work. And if you should
meetings. An exhibit of constitu- decide at this time also to cata-
tions and point systems will be held. logue your books, your friends who
Eieanor Cooke Will Preside. come to borrow them will be duly
Eleanor Cooke, '31, president of grateful....
the Women's League, will preside A reasonable (in rates) chaper-
at the meetings, in hey capacity of one is also available. And now that
president of the convention. Helen winter is over, you can have all your
Jones, '31, vice-president of the stockings dyed any color you wish,
Women's League, has been acting personally tinted by a former stu-
as chairman of arrangements dur- dent of chemistry, whose ingenu-
ing the year. Members of her com- ity originated this home industry.
Inittee are: Marion Gimmy, '31, in Still another student will go from
charge of finances; Barbara Braun, house to house manicuring finger-
'33, transportation; Jane Yearnd, nails and washing hair-she is well
'31, registration; Mary Louise Behy- able to undertake this dangerous
mer, '31, publicity; Catherine Hee- mission, for she has been both oper-
son, '33, housing; and Margaret l ator in a beauty parlor and in so-
Shermack, 133, hostess. cial service work,.
D a n c e Rehearsals Scheduled
to Become Effective Week
"Because the real purpose in giv-
ing the Pageant is to honor the
Seniors, it should be late enough in
the season to take its place among
the other farewell exercises, conse-
quently we are setting the date for
it as Tuesday, May 26," said Ethel
A. McCormick, assistant professor
of physical education for women,
and Social Director in the office of
the Dean of Women, who is busi-
ness advisor for the pageant.
"I am certainly pleased with the
spirit of the women on committee,"
she.continued. "The program com-
mittee is already working on de-
signs for the cover, and the finance
committee is budgeting the dues
turned in last week.
"Because of the comparatively
high grades required of freshmen
before they are eligible to partici-
pate in any activities, many of the
women who had signed up for
dances found they could not take
part in the pageant, However, the
dance committtee has been check-
ing attendance, trying to find the
most convenient hours for rehear-
sals, and hopes to have a regular
schedule for practices beginning
the first week after vacation."
Miss McCormick expressed her
appreciation to the students of the
Senool of Music, who have been
working in cooperation with the
music committee in selecting the
music for the dances. "All the mus-
ic is chosen except that for one
dance, and besides furnishing the
music for all the rehearsals, some
of the students have promised to
help with the orchestration."
"I think the theme, 'The History
of Music,' is one of the most inter-
esting that has been worked out
here," said Miss McCormick in con-
clusion "and with the enthusiasm
of the Central committee behind
it, I am certain that the production
will be as good as the theme."
Slow Progress Will
Give Better Golfers
in Long Run of Time Jean Botsford, '33, Represents
IUniversity as Official
"Golf is a highly co-ordinated Delegate.
game, the most important phase of " .l
which is time for practice," said "False ideas held by the general
Miss Ethel McCormick, assistant public concerning the attitude to- I
professor of physical education. ward competition held by the Wo-
"The beginner should work on form, men's Division of the National
not caring where the ball goes. The Amateur Athletic Federation were
tendency is to be too much in a
hurry to develop the game." Slow coriected at the conference of the
steady progress, claims Miss Mc- Federation held last week in De-
Cormick, will produce better golf- troit," said Jean Botsford, '33, who
ers, in the long run. attended the conference as the offi-
Miss McCormick believes thata-s
equipment is important to the be- ceil delegate of W. A. A.
ginning golfer. A beginner should "The Women's Division aims to
purchase the best clubs available, promote competition for all, com-
for the better the equipment the petition that stresses the enjoy-
better -the playing. In considering ent of sport and the development
the proper clothes, she advocates I
w olen o dsportsmanship and charac-
low-heeled oxfords, light woolen r rather ptantsepes hat
hose, a full skint and a loose sweat_ ter rather than those types that
er or blouse, to enable the player toere masinghan g of
get a full swing. ing of records and the winning of
The idea that golf is an old man's championships for the enjoyment
game has been forgotten, accord- of spoctator or for the athletic
ing to Miss McCormick, who thinks reputation and commercial advant-
that of all women's sports, golf is sg e ofotiruttond statedrgaza-
probably one of the most popular. heio sfdstated.
____ ________The Women's Division of N.A.A.F.
Rehearsals of Special or the promotion of athletic pro-
Performance to Bein grams which will meet the needs
of all women. The organization is
Rehearsals for the special per- anxious to protect the health of
formance of "Came the Dawn women through the promotion of
which is being given April 23, will medical examinations a-rd check
begin Monday, April 20, with the ups, and to provide sanitary and
musical numbers in Act. I. All re- adequate environment and facilities
hearsals are scheduled for 7:30 for athletic activities.
o'clock, in the Lydia Mendelssohn Another important plank in their
theater. platform is that which aims to pro-
The choruses and solos in Act 2 tect athletics for women from the
will rehearse Tuesday, while Wed- dangers attendant upon competi-I
nesday night the entire cast and tion which involves travel, and from
chorus groups will go through the their commercialization by ,the in-
play. This will not be a dress re- terest in gate receipts.
hearsal, however. The N. A. A. F. convention ended
Wednesday, April 1, with the open-
PURDUE UNIVERSITY-Prof. G. ing of the American Physical Edu-
C. Brandenburg claims that there cation Association conference, which
is no possibility of there being a Miss Botsford also attended. Among
relation between the size of a man's the nationally known discussion
head and his reasoning powers. _leaders who spoke before this
group was Matt Mann of the Uni-
versity physical education staff. He
presented a talk on methods of
Miss Nellie Lee Holt, professor of
religious education at Stephens
college, Columbia, Missouri, spoke
on character development as at-
tained through physical education
and leisure time activities. "Relax-
ation," she stated, "should be taught
to all students."
At the Michigan Physical Educa-
tion Association luncheon Friday,
April 3, Elmer D. Mitchell, told the
story of physical education in this
A dance on Wednesddy night and
a formal dinner dance on Friday
provided entertainment for the del-
egates and enabled them to meet
each other informally.
ATTITUDE ON SPORT COMPETITION
RESTATED AT RECENT CONFERENCE
Fashion decrees that heavy jewel- haain Lo iss yr± z .L'U Wan eoy
ry for informal evening wear is de- perhaps that is why so manypeople
cidedly "out" this season. Such an are reading mystery stories.
ultimatum would obiige the univer- "Only those authors who concern
sity woman to leave even her fra- themselves with crime and crimin-
ternity pin, or pins, at home when als dare to maintain that the gen-
she steps into the social whirl afte: eral run of humanity is really not
dinner. I half bad."
LATE SPRING MODELS IN TWO
Group No. 1
Light Wool dresses for street, golf
and sports wear. Also many plain and $
figured crepes and chiffons. Dresses
that sold as high as $16.75.
Group No. 2
This group includes dresses that sold$
as high as $25. Plain and figured crepes.
Also chiffons in 1, 2, and 3-piece models
suitable for business, daytime and after.
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We are now giving the
OIL OF TULIP
A personal interview will be
317 South State Street
Select Your Spring
Hat in Comfort
Enjoy the assurance of cour-
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which backs up our service.
We are showing a great va-
riety of the newest models in
large and small head sizes.
In the Arcade
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Special Lingerie Sale
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Michigan Women should avail
selves of this selling before
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This is all new stock of pure silk dainties.
THE HELEN SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Arch Marcel, SPEflAL
Manicure, Facial, Hot Oil
Any 7Any 5 Any $1 o r.
One tiC. Two7iJC Three Charges
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Tonight, sleep like a top!
AaUS ' -PW P
BEFORE you go to bed, stop at the campus restaurant
and eat a bowl of Kellogg's Rice Krispies. Listen to
those crunchy-crisp rice bubbles actually crackle out
loud. They are a real treat.
And Kellogg's Rice Krispies are so easy to digest.
They invite restful sleep. In fact, dietitians advise a
crisp cereal before bedtime. How much better than
hot, heavy foods!
Rice Krispies are great for a quick lunch. Extra
delicious served with fruits or sweetened with honey.
The most popular cereals served in the dining-rooms of American
READY TO EAT
expose as macitof
t/le ,/ot as possible"
Our charming Spring
Sandals help you to obey
this flattering style com-
mand ... The style pic-
tured is fashioned of
Black Patent with Black
Morocco trim-may also
be had in Sea Snd Kid
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