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April 21, 1931 - Image 5

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Sixty-Four Women to Compete
in Popular Sport.
Entrants have been paired off for
the tennis tournament, and actual
playing will begin today, it was an-
nounced by Virginia Watson, '32,
tennis manager of the Women's
Athletic Association.
The first matches must be played
off by the morning of April 27, thel
schedule for these first games be-1
ing arranged by the individuall
players. The tenis courts at Pal-,
mer Field will be open all day, and
tournament players will be given

Permanent Rehearsal Hours
Dances Announced by
Margaret Cole.




be Present.

Many Festivities PL
Honor Guests D
Their Stav.



______,F.preference over other players ex-
Representatives from approxi- cept those holding classes.
t Sixty-four students have signed
mately 80 colleges and universities up for the tournament, and eight
are expected to attend the nation- of these have been seeded. They
al convention of the Intercollegiate are, Virginia Gage, '31, Helen Wil-
Association of Women Students, son, '31, Beatrice Elrich, '32, Thelma
which is to open tomorrow and Berner, '32, Sarah Bond, '32, Sarah
continue through Saturday. The King, '34, and Hannah Fein, '32.
headquarters of the convention will The following couples will play
Tomorroweheentireldaywil before next Monday morning: Hel-
Tomorrow the entire day will be en Wilson, '31 and Florence Benell,
given over,,to the registration of '31; Eunice Slawsby, '34 and Irene
the delegates. There will be several Cochran, '32; Joan Weise '33 and
campus tours conducted for those Jean Perrin, '33; Dorothy Birdzell,
who arrive early, however. All of '32 and Carolyn Cook, '32; Dor-
the delegates will be housed ini othy Shaplan, '34 and Cynthia
Mosher-Jordan Halls, where an i Root, '34; Esther Loucks, '32 and
formal reception will be given to- Leonore Caro, '32; Esther LaRowe,
morrow night. '32 and Irene Posnik, '32; Doris
First Meeting Is Thursday. Clarke, '34 and Sarah King, '34;
The opening session of the con- Hannah Fein, '32 and Constance
vention will take place Thursday Giefel, '33; Dorothy Meade, '30Ed.,
morning. At this time, President and Evelyn Russell, '31, Betty
Alexander G. Ruthven will address Covert, '32 and Marjorie Hunt,
the delegates. Dr. Frederick B. '32; Joan Barnette, '34 and Betty
Fisher, pastor of the Methodist Lyons, '34, Florence Elby, 34 and
Church, will give the invocation at Helen Hammond, '31; Helen Fin-
the beginning of the meeting. nigan, '32 and Jean Van Cleaf, '34;
Thursday afternoon, Miss Nellie Mary Ann Joselyn, '31 and Lor-
Lee Holt, professor of religious ed- raine Larson, '32; Thelma Barden,
ucation at Stephens Colege, Colum-'34,and Sarah Bond, '32.
bia, Missouri, will give the main Others who were paired off yes-
address of the convention. Miss terday for the first round are Vir-
Holt's subject will probably deal ginia Gage, '31 and Miriam Carver,
with the theme of the convention, '33; Marion Schmidt, '33 and Rita
which is "The social adjustment of Gaber, '33; Frieda Schafer, '34, and
the college woman to the campus." Joan Goebel, '32; Celine Smith, '32,
Honor Societies to Entertain. and Doris Chrisman, '34; Winifred
From 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock, the del- Hartman, '32, and Evelyn Jones, '32;
egates will be entertained at tea Alice Demming, '33, and Gertrude
by the members of Mortarboard, Simancek, '32; Violet Canberg, '32,
Senior Society, and Wyvern. Thurs- and Annette Cummings, '33; Kath-
day night, the junior women will erine Hawley, '33, and Beatrice Er-
be hostesses to the convention at a lich, '32; Thelma Berner, '32, and
revival of "Came the Dawn", which Vivian McNurty, '31; Guilda Wer-
'will be given in the Lydia Mendel- showsky, '34, and Charlotte Hugh-
ssohn theatre. son, '32; Frances Jennings, '33, and
Fridy morning will be given over Dora Bedford, '34; Mary Engle, '33,
to business sessions and the Wom- and Audrey Callandar, '33; Majorie
tobsnesssios n teWm Blackistone, '34, and Laura Finley,
en's Athletic Association will enter-'3 ar Wagne,,''4 , and L iy
tain the delegates at luncheon. Fri- 33; Mary Wagner, '33, and Lois
day night a formal dance will be and Barbara Fisher,p33.
given in the League ballroom. On _nBr ___F__r_' _
Saturday, Pan-Hellenic association
will give a breakfast. The conven- Baseball bats, made from wood
tion will end with a formal ban, ! lighter than ash, but said to be as
quet Saturday night. tough, are being manufactured this
spring at Athens, Ga.
Daughters Scorn Lives
Such as Mothers Led
It would seem that the modern FIFrom INow (

"With this week, work on theI
dances for the Freshman Pageant
is beginning in earnest," said Mar-
garet Cole, '34, chairman of the
dance committee. "Before vacation
the rehearsals were poorly attended,
but now that a regular schedule of
practices has been made out, at-
tendance will be checked at each
"Although announcements of re-
i hearsals will still be posted on the
|bulletin board at Barbour gymna-
sium and in the Daily Official Bul-
letin," continued Miss Cole," we
hope to make the present schedule
On Monday the Primitive group,
in charge of Jane Fauvre, will meet
at 4 o'clock, the Impressionistic
group, in charge of Charlotte John-
son and Lotta Stern, at 4:30 o'clock
and the Priestess group, in charge
of Helen Knght, at 5 o'clock in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall. The Min-
uet group, in charge of Grace Pren-
tiss, will meet at 4 o'clock, and the
Waltz group, in charge of Prudence
Foster, at 4:30 o'clock in the gym-
nasium proper.
On Tuesday the Modernistic
group, in charge of Katherine Jack-
son will meet at 4 o'clock and the
Bacchanal and Athletic groups, n
I charge of Margaret Cole, at 4:30 o'-
clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The schedule for Wednesday is the
same as Monday, and Thursday's
is the same as Tuesday's. On Fri-
day, the Modernistic group will
meet at 4:00 o'clock and the Early
Renaissance group, in charge of
Dorothy Ann Williams will meet at
4:30 o'clock in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. The schedule for the Bal-
let group has not yet been made.

Various Houses Will compete W L E I O A
Tomorrow in Tourney. WIL B G T 0 1
Teams signed up for baseball have Helh CriiatsNcsay
been organized into groups of four, Health Certificates Necessary;
and will play the first games off at Interclass Teams Will Play
4 and 5 o'clock tomorrow after- Tuesdays and Thursdays.
noon, according to an announce-
ment by Miss Ruth Hassinger, of Speedball will begin at 4 oclock
the physical education faculty. today as the interclass sport of the
Two groups, made up of the fol- spring season at Palmer field. Dur-
- ing the next three weeks, practices
lowing houses, will play at 4o will be held regularly at 4 o'clock
clock tomorrow: Chi Omega, Delta on Tuesday and Thursday after-
Zeta, Alpha Epsilon Phi and Alpha noon, the interclass games to oc-
Phi, members of the first group; cupy the las s wes o the
and Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha cupy t e last three weeks of the
Theta, Pi Beta Phi and Adelia Chee- season.
ver, members of the second group. Scholastic eligibility and a health
Houses which will enter teams at certificate are required of all those
5 o'clock tomorrow are Betsy Bar- trying out for teams. Those in doubt
bour, Alpha Omicron Pi, Zeta Tau about eligibility may give their
Alpha, and Gappa Delta in the first names to the class managers who
group; and Kappa Kappa Gamma will look up their records. Health
Sigma a Kappa Gamma ' certificates may be obtained by
igaKappa, Gamma Phi Beta hatadln xmn
and Alpha Delta Phi, in the sec- passing a heart and lung examm-
ond group.' ation at the Health Service.
Evelyn Sharff, '31, Marjorie Ells-
Games will be played at 4 or 5 o'-'worth, '32, Anna Neberle, '33, and
clock every Monday and Wednes- Jean Porter, '34, have been ap-
day afternoon for the remainder pointed class managers, and will
of the season. Each team, in order have charge of organizing the
to be eligible to play, must have at [teams.
least six players. The plan of run- "Speedball will be entirely inde-
ning a round robin and an elim- pendent of intramural sports," an-
ination tournament will be followed nounced Jean Bentley, '33, W.A.A
again this year. speedball manager. An informal
Marion Gimmy, '31, intramural speedball spread will be held at the
m~inager of the Women's Atheltic end of the practice season, and a
Association, is in charge of chq banquet is scheduled for the end
tournament, and is being assisted of the game's at which numerals,
by Beatrice Collins, '34, and Mary awards, and W.A.A points will be
Mumford, '33. presented.

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young Miss objects strongly to lead-'
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In the May issue of McCall's maga-
zine, Helen Christine Bennett de-
scribes the difference between the
two generations.
Miss Bennett asked twelve differ-
ent young women, "Would you want
your.life to be like your mother's?"
Almost every one answered, "No!"

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