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'OFFICERS OF LEAGUE WILL MANAGE
I.A.W.S. CONVENTION THIS WEEK
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Deans of University to Address
Meeting in Mendelssohn
PRESIDENT TO PRESIDE
Convention Is Divided in Two
Groups to Discuss Problems
of General Interest.
Delegates to the national conven-
tion of the Intercollegiate Associa-
tion of Women Students will be of-
ficially welcomed at the opening
session, which takes place at 9
o'clock this morning in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre, by represent-
atives of the University.
Deans to Address Meeting.
Dean oJseph A. Bursley, dean of
students; Dean Alice Lloyd, dean of
women; Dr. Margaret Bell, head of
the physical education department
for women; and Merton J. Bell,
president of the Student Council
will speak at the meeting. Rev. Alli-
son Ray Heaps of the Congregation-
al church will give the invocation.
Eleanor Cooke, '31, president of the
Women's League, in her capacity as
national president of the conven-
tion, will preside at all of the gen-
Following the opening session, the
convention will be divided into two
groups, according to the respective
enrollments of the colleges whieh
are represented. These groups will
meet separately during the rmain-r
der of the morning to discuss prob-
lems and activities of general in-
Nellie Lee Holt Returns.
MisS Nellie Lee Holt, professor of
religious education at Stephen's
College, Columbia, Missouri, who is
the main speaker of the convention,
will address the entire group at 1:30
o'clock in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theater. Miss Holt is not a stranger
to Michigan women, having been
the main speaker at the Athletic
Conference of American College
Women; which held its national
convention in Ann Arbor last spring.
All women students are invited to
attend this meeting.
Four discussion groups will meet
after the assembly toconsider some
of the problems of women's self
governing associations. The topics
of discussion will be, respectively;
Rushing, in its various aspects, in-
cluding deferred rushing; Point
Systems; Judicial Boards; and Ori-
entation Week. Delegates may at-
tend the meeting in which they are
Guests to be Entertained.
At 4:30 o'clock Mortarboard, Sen-
ior Society, and Wyvern will enter-
tain the guests at a tea in the Con-
course of the League building. The
juniors are reviving "Came the
Dawn," at 8:30 o'clock tonight, in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theater, in
honor of the convention, although
it is open to the general public as
Arrangements for the convention
have been in the hands of Helen
Jones, '31, vice-president of the
Women's League. Working with
Miss Jones have been Barbara
Braun, '33, Mary Louise Behmyer,
'31, Marion Gimmy, '31, Katherine
Heeson, '33, MargaretShermack,
;'33, and Jane Yearnd, '31.
NT RAM IRAL
Entrants in the tennis tourna-
ment are asked to consult the post-
er in the Women's Athletic building
for the schedule of first rounds.
Games must be played off by the
morning of April 27, as second
rounds will be played next week.
The baseball games scheduled for
yesterday afternoon were postponed
on account of weather conditions,
and the same houses will play at 4
and 5 o'clock next Wednesday aft-
INEEKII HIKES FORI
First of Series to be Given on
Saturday; Meet at Women's
Outdoor Club to be Organized;
Eligibility Depends on
First of a series of outdoor hikes
will be given by the Women's Ath-
letic Association at o'clock next
Saturday afternoon. The series will
be continued for the next seven
weeks, with the hikes taking place
lat the same hour on Saturdays un-
Eleanor Cooke, 31, Helen Jones, 31 less otherwise announced.
President and Chairman of the Inter-collegiate Association of Uni- All women students as well a
versity Women, who will be in charge of the Convention being held this members of W. A. A. are invites
week. to meet Saturday at the Women's
Athletic building, the point of de-
parture for the hike, a five-mile1
route has been planned along the
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H [ H [group will return to the Athletic
building for refreshments. Mem-
bers of the physical education fac-
ulty for women will be special
guests at the hike.
Blanks for U.S.'F.H.A. May be j Michigan State Division to Meet Seventh In Series of Parties. a
Obtained by Seniors in in Ann Arbor for This party will be the seventh in
a series of outdoor parties given by
W.A.A. Office. First Time. W. A. A. this year. Those who have
-i n o tf attended two of these parties, and
Continuing their policy of putting Meeting in Ann Arbor for the first who attend the hike Saturday, will
students graduating from college, or time in its history, the Michigan be eligible for membership in the
from preparatory school and not State Division of the American As- Outdoor club to be organized with-
expecting to go to college, into sociation of University Women will in the next few weeks. Students'
who attend five outdoor parties
touch with organized hockey clubs, I hold its state conference meetings during the year will receive 25 W.
the United States Field Hockey as- I in the Women's League Building A. A. points, and those who attend
sociation has sent out cards to be May 6 and 7. About eighty out-of- 10 parties will be awarded 50 points.
filled out by seniors interested in town delegates are expected; they Points are also given for each mile
hockey. These cards may now be are coming from Lansing, Muske_ hiked during an outdoor party.
obtained at t o W.A.A. office on the mAudrey Callandar, '33, outdoor
main floor of 4he League building. gon, Niles, Port Huron, Romeo, Sag- manager of W. A. A., is in charge
Those who fill out cards will be inaw, the Copper Country Branch, of all arrangements for the party,
put in tpuch with the hckey club the Iron, Mountain Branch, and and is being assisted by the W. A. A.
nearest their place of rcs/'ience, or Marquette. social committee, Jean Botsford,
with a group of individuals who .e'33 Clara Grace Peck,'33,Glad
wish to form a new hockey club. The program for Wednesday in- Sclroder '33 D r the Wat, ', a
The information requested by the cludes a tea at the home of Presi- '32, and Anna Neberle, '32.
Association is the name of the stu- dent Ale: andler Ruthven and Mrs.
dent, her permanent address, and Ruthven and a formal dinner. At
the days on which she will be able Faculty Women Plan
to play. After being filled 'out, the I the dinner, there will be an address _'_
STATE CONVENTION OF SORORITY TO (|flDR | fl0hIO
BE HELD IN DETROIT ON SATURDAY L L uuiu
Faculty Members to be Guests inspector of the sorority, will ar
at Tea; Dinner Planned rive. Mr.s. Smith will be with the
for Alumnae Board. group for a week. A state conven-
-i-ion of Alpha Chi Omega to be held Practices Will be Held Tuesday
Teas and informal dinners nark on Saturday in the Colony Club in and Thursday Afternoons
the leading social events of the so- Thursday. al rasist rp
rorities for the week. Detroit. Mrs. Paul Kraus is to rep- at Field House.
Alpha Gamma Delta will enter- resent the Theta chapter. All the
tam thirty-five members of the fac- women of this chapter will be there. Twenty-five students turned out
ulty at a tea this Sunday. Mrs. Mrs. Wilbur Brucker will be guest for the first speedball practise
Walter Badger will pour. An attrac- of honor. Initiation for Miss Lucile which was held last Tuesday in the
tive decoration scheme will be made Laugh, '32, of East Lansing, will Women's Athletic building. A large
up of daffodils and green tapers. take place on Sunday. A tea will
Alpha Chi Omega gave a dinner follow in honor of their inspector. number who had signed up did not
on Wednesday for three of their j Miss Winifred Ferrin will pour. appear on account of the weather
members attending the I. A. W. S. Delta Delta Delta is to give an conditions.
convention. Spring flowers and yel- informal dinner tonight in honor Miss Laurie Campbell, of the
low tapers were used. Today Mrs. of the Alumnae Advisory Board. physical education faculty, talked
Peyton-Wemyss Smith, the national The guests will include: Mrs. John to the group on the revised rules
- L. Brumm, Miss Sarah Lutes, and which will be followed this year,
INSTALL 'OFFICERS Miss Doris Twitchell" and gave general instructions for
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OF ZETA PHI ETA pEEATlWaLyieng te game
A DELEGATES WILL The second practise will be held
HAVE LUNCHEON at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and
Patrons and Patronesses for practises will continue every Tues-
Bridge Announced. .day and Thursday afternoon for
Miss Alice Lloyd to be Guest the next three weeks.
Installation services were held at at Convention Meeting. "More seniors are needed before
we can organize class teams," stated
the League building last night for Delegates to the convention .of Jean Bentley, '33, W. A. A. speedball
h the Intercollegiate Association of manager. We must have at least
Eta, who were elected just before Women Students will be entertain- 50 players, as there must be 11 on
vacation. ed by the Women's Athletic Asso- each team."
After the ceremony, Mrs. John ciation at a luncheon to be given at
Sheldon Tennant II, who is general 12:30 tomorrow afternoon in the The return of the fan for evening
chairman of the benefit bridge lounge of the Women's Athletic wear proves that old fashions are
which the organization is giving building. now modern fashions. Fans of silk
next Saturday afternoon, announc- Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of women, and ostrich are now being seen in
ed the names of the people who will will speak during the luncheon, andthe Eastern and Southern society
act as patrons and patronesses for Dr. Margaret Bell, and Miss Ethel -
the affair. They are: Professor McCormick, of the physical ,educa-
Louis Eich and Mrs. Eich, Professor tion faculty for women, will be
Morris Tilley and Mrs. Tilley, Pro- among the special guests.
fessor James O'Neill and Mrs. Gladys Schroder, '33, iN in charge S h o o oL
O'Neil, Professor John Muyskens of arrangements for the luncheon,
and Mrs. Muyskens, Mr. and Mrs. and is being assisted by Jean Bots-
James McBirney, Mrs. M. Kentmil- ford, '33, Dorothea Waterman, '32,
ler, Miss Amy Loomis, and Mr. Val- Anna Neberle, '33, and Jeanette
entine Windt. Allen.
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Hats that are 'Different
Made on the head to match the costume
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street
has returned from Madison, having successfully staged the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin's Annual Opera, "It's a Gay Life," and
announces that classes have been resumed at his studio at 919
cards may be returned to the W.A.A.
office or mailed to Miss Suzanne R.
Cross, at Washington Lane, Jen-
kinstown, Pennsylvania, wlho is sec-
retary of the organization.
Group Sends Dorothy Ellsworth
to Athletic Conference.
Dorothy Elsworth, '32, president-
elect of the Women's Athletic As-
sociation is attending the central
section conference of the Athletic
Conference of American College
Women being held this week in
Madison, Wisconsin, as the official
delegate of W. A. A.
Business meetings and discus-
sions on problems of athletic ac-
tivities will occupy most of the time
of the delegates, and several more
recreational events have been plan-
ned for their entertainment.
of welcome given by Mrs. Louis
Karpinski, president of the Ann
Arbor branch and wife of Dr. L. C.
Karpin ki, professor of mathemat-
ics at the University of Michigan.
Following this the University Girls'
G 1 e e C 1 u b will entertain, and
speeches will be made by President'
Alexander G. Ruthven and by Dean
Boucher of the University of Chi-
i cago. He and his wife will be guests
of President and Mrs. Ruthven.
Dean Alice Lloyd will preside at
the luncheon to be held Thursday.
Mrs. Edward D. Pomeroy, '98, for-
mer h'ead of a girls' high school in
Philadelphia and ex-national sec-
retary of the Association, will speak.'
The other address will be given by
Dr. Emma Formovnova of Czecho-
slovakia, who came to the United
States to attend the council of the
International Federation of Univer-
sity Women, which met at Wellesley
College. After the meeting a tour
of the University campus has been
4L "aence ar Aerieq
A last dance in the series of
twenty-five whia have been held
for the faculty and alumni will be
held Thursday night, April 23 at
nine o'clockin the Michigan Unioni
ballroom. These dances have been
arranged and sponsored by th
Faculty Women's club.
A committee has been appointed
for the revision of house rules for
the women of Northwestern Uni-
v e r s i t y. Recommended changes
were that there should be no men
callers in the houses Monday, Tues-
day and Thursday evenings; sen-
iors should be allowed to attend the
theatre, opera, symphony, or reci-
tal without loss of a date permis-
sion; and that women be allowed
1 o'clock permissions during final
exams, except the night before an
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ANNOUNCING MACK'S APRIL
Friday and Saturday
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A riding class for experienced rid-
ers will be held at 7:15 o'clock to-
night. Transportation to the Fair-j -
grounds will be furnished, and the
group will meet in the lobby of the
League building at 7 o'clock. Those
riding are asked to sign their names
on the list posted on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.
Walter Hagen frequently uses his
putter in shallow traps when near:
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Orders being taken in Angell Hall
Lobby from 1-3 p. m.
Our operators are skilled
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