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THE MlCHIGAN DAILY

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rue to Hold Annual

Installation Banquet

Tomorrow

Nigh

MEN WILL FETE
]GERS FR H1932
ANNAL INNER
ior Cooke and Helen Jones
Vil Retire as Heads
for 1930-31.
N LLOYD ro ATTEND
ue Ballroom Will be Scene
of Official 'Ceremony
Tomorrow,

RETIRING OFFICERS TO BE HONOR
GUESTS AT LEAGUE INSTALLATION

IAI HISTORY OF MUSIC TO BE TRACED!
Af.I.fhIII, L IN DANCES OF FRESHMAAN PAGEANT

ll AJ Seven Periods of Music to Be
IUNY LI lu H iVaried in Costumes and

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With the installation of twenty-
five women. as members of the
board of directors of the Michigan
League, the annual installation
banquet will take place at tomor-
row night in the ballroom of the
League building. The new officers
and the retiring members of the
board will be guests of honor, and
will be seated at the speakers' ta-'
ble. Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of wo-
men, will also attend.
Katherine Koch is President.'
The incoming oiflicials include
Katherine Koch, '32, the new League
president; Lois Sandier, '32, vice-
president; Helen De Vitt, '33. sec-
retary; Barbara Braun, '33, treasur-
er, Sally Ensminger, -32, chairman
of the judiciary council; Jane,
Inci, '32, anti Betty Louden, elected
and appointed senior members of
the council, Margaret Schermack,
'33, junior members of the council;
Helen Kitzmiller, '32, chairman of
the undergraduate campaign com-
mittee, and senior representative;
Jane Rayen, '33, and Jean Botsford,
'33, junior representatives; Ruth
Duhme, '34, and Margaret Smith,
'34, sophomore representatives. Dor-
othy Birdzell, '32, will serve as busi-
ness secretary.
Committee chairmen will also
take office at the same time, and
the ones who have been appointed
to date include Katherine Ferrin,
'32, chairman of the League Ba-
zaar; May Seefried, '32, chairman
of .candy booth; Betty Gerhard, '32,
chairman. of the League Library
committee; Catherine Heeson, '33,
chairman -of the social committee;
and Jean Botsford, '33, chairman
of the point system, Betty Gardner,
'32.
Committee Chairmen Honored.
Lois Sandler, '32, who served as
junior members of the board of.
governors, will be senior member
this year, and the other two mem-
bers will be elected at the first
meeting of the board. Dorothy Els-
worth, '32, as president of W.A.A.,
is an ex-officio member of the
board, as is Josephine Timberlake,,
'32, president of Pan-Hellenic.
The retiring senior officers in-
clude Eleanor Cooke, '31, Helen
Jones, '31, Katherine Ferrin, '32,
Dorothy Birdzell, '32, Mary Louise
Behymer, '31, Emily Bates, '32,
Helen Cheever, '31, Helen Domine,
'31, Helen Domine, '31, Helen Hum-
phries, '31, Dorothy McGuffie, '31,
Albertina .Maslen, '31, Janet Mi-
chael, '31, Marion Reading, '31,
Roberta Reed, '31, Hermine Soukup,
'31, Elizabeth Sunderland, '31, Ruth
Van Tuyl, '31, Janet Woodmansee,
'31, and Frances Jennings, '31.

Eleanor Cooke, '31,

Helen Jones, '31,

Retiring president and vice-president of the Women's League, who
will be guests of honor at the installation banquet tomorrow night.

State Meet to Open With Tea
Given by President and
Mrs. Ruthven.
Women who will act as chairmen
and hostesses of the state conven-
tion of the American Association
of University Women were an-
nounced by Mrs.Louis Karpinski,
president of the local group.
They are : Mrs. Wells Bennet,
chairman of registration: M i s
Maude Hagle, president elect, in
charge of the tea which President
Alexander Ruthven and Mrs. Ruth-
ven are giving Wednesday after-
noon; and Mrs. E. Dickinson, who
will head the committee for the In-
ternational Relations Luncheon to
be held Thursday noon.
At the Thursday luncheon, the
four past presidents of the Michi-
gan association will be guests of
honor. They are: Mrs. Mary Henu-
ricks, or Lansing; Mrs. Josephine
Keal of Detroit; Mrs Fandira
Crocker of Ann Arbor, and Mrs.
Editha Dunk of Royal Oak. Mrs.
Frederick Fisher, representative of
the junior branch, will discuss pro-
gram possibilities at the Wednes-
day afternoon round-table confer-
ence.
The hostesses for the semi-final
dinner which will be given Wed-
nesday evening and is under Mrs.
John Brumm's committee are: Mrs.
Shirley Smith, Mrs. Ira Smith, Mrs.
Frederick Fisher, Mrs. Dean Edson
Frederick Fisher, Mrs. Dean Myers,
Mrs. Sunderland, Mrs. Paul Wagner,
Miss Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Beryle Bach-
er, Mrs. Donald May, Mrs. Wells
Bennet, Miss Grace Powers, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Hugh Kee-
ler, MVrs. Earl Dorr, Miss Edith Bar-
nard, Mrs. Leslie Wikel, Mrs. Wal-
ter Pillsbury, Mrs. Joseph Bursley,
Mrs. George Alder, Mrs. John Ten-
nett jr, Mrs. Harold McFarlan, Mrs.
Arthur Mochlmar, and Mrs. Wil-
liam Giefel.

Accompaniments.
"In order to trace the history of
music through the dance," said
Miss Emily White, instructor of
physical education and director of
the freshman Pageant, "we are
dividing the pageant into seven
periods. Only those instruments
that were being used at the time
the dance was in vogue will play
the accompaniment, and the cos-
tumes of the period will be repre-
sented as nearly as possible."
"The primitive dance, first on the
programme," continued Miss White,
"is an invocation for rain and fer-
tility of soil. It represents the har-
vest and the sacrifice and is ac-
companied by tom-tom, drum, and
rattle. The next dance group, the
Greek, is divided into three parts.
The first dance is an imitation of
the old Greek games including
combat, javelin throwing, leaping,
discus throwing, and chariot rac-
ing. The second presents the cere-
monies of the Greek temples, and
the third' is a bacchanale," she
stated.
"We have chosen religious music
as most characteristic of the early
renaissance period and the move-
ments of the dance as well as the
singing suggest the rather formal
devotions of the thirteenth cen-
tury," continued Miss White, "The
next great division in the history
of music is the classical. The first
part of this period is represented
by the stately gavotte that was
danced so much in sixteenth cen-
tury courts. The last part, by the
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Italian ballet, more stiff and arti-
ficial than the present ballet, that
was popular in the eighteenth
century."
"The next presentation, a slow
graceful waltz, typifies the roman-
tic age in music. Following that are
two dances portraying the impres-
sionistic character of nineteenth
century music, the scarf dance and
the golliwog. For our last number,
we are attempting to indicate the
modernistic trend music is now
taking by mechanical movements
suggesting the spirit of this ma-
chine age."
"I am much pleased with the
work the freshmen women are do-
ing," concluded Miss White, "and
most of the dances are well organ-
ized now, but we shall need all the
time we have left to make the
pageant as beautiful as it can be
made..
Intramural Baseball
Continued This Week

SORORITIES GIVE CUSTOM CHANGED
FACULTY DINNERS BY MORTAR BOARD

Two Houses to Honor Faculty
at Teas This Afternoon.
Faculty teas are being given at
two sororities this afternoon while
social events at several houses dur-
ing the past week have included
formal faculty dinners, an infor-
mal dance at one house and enter-
tainments for visiting alumnae at
other houses.
Alpha Chi Omega has sent invi-
tations to 115 members of the fac-
ulty and - their wives for tea this
afternoon. Those in the receiving
line will be Miss Winifred Ferrin,I
Mrs. ] . G. Wile, Mrs. R. .. Sellars,
Mrs. Riley Schorling, Miss Janice
Gillette, '31, and Erie Weber, '31SM.
Mrs. Harry Mills, Mrs. Walter
Staebler, and Mrs. Harry Nichols
will pour.
Pledges and initiates of Alpha!
Xi Delta gave a spring informal-
dance Friday night in honor of th -
activities. A modernistic scheme of
decorations was carried out by
rainbow colors and lighting ef-
fects from the floor. Mrs. Wendell
Moore and Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-
Quellan were chaperones at the
dance.
Sigma Kappa will entertain a
large number of the faculty at tea
this afternoon. Mrs. Walter Beard
will pour. Spring decorations are;
to be used. Several alumnae are
guests at the Sigma Kappa house
for the week-end and a bridge
party was given by members of the
active chapter in their honor yes-

ALUMN iE METIN
Betsy Barbour anid Martha Cooik
Sponsor Social Events
in Past Week.

Traditional
Place at

Tapping 'Will Take
League Banquet.

In former years customs had it
that after the campus had been
deserted for the night and all of
the students were at home in their
various dormitories or sorority
houses, members of Mortar Board
would don their caps and' gowns
and go around to the places where
the Junior women lived who had
been elected to become members of
their organization.
Seniors would leave their caps
and an invitation to the initiation
banquet with the newly elected wo-
men. And in this way, the women,
who= had made Mortar Board, na-
tional honor society for senior wo-
men, were "tapped."
This year, the traditional way of
"tapping" the new members has
been changed. Instead of -waiting
until late at night and the going
to the Juniors' homes, the invita,-
tions will be given at the instala-
tion banquet of the Women's
League which will take place to-
morrow night. After the dinner is
over, Mortar Board members will
leave, dop their caps and gowns,
and return to the banquet room
where each woman will put her
cap on one of the new members,
leaving the invitations with them
at this time.
Three qualities are particularly
stressed in considering women for
Mortar Board membership. One
not only must have an exceptional-
ly high scholastic standing but
each woman has to have been out-
standingly active in campus func-
tions.

Twelve more games are to be
played this week as the intramur-
al baseball games continue. At 4
o'clock tomorrow on Palmer field
the Helen Newberry team will-meet
the team of League house group 1.
At the same time Jordan 1 will
meet Delta Zeta.
Martha Cook will oppose Mosher
at 5 o'clock tomorrow. Alpha Delta
Pi will play Tri-Delt. Four games
will be played at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day. Chi Omega will' meet Alpha
Epsilon Phi. Jordan 2 will play
Zeta Tau Alpha. Pi Beta Phi and
Delta Gamma will meet in another
Acontest. Kappa Alpha Theta will
play against League 2.
Betsy Barbour will meet Alpha
Phi at 5 o'clock on Wednesday. Al-
pha Ohicron Pi will play against
Kappa Delta at the same time.
Other games to be played at 5
o'clock are: Kappa Kappa Gamma
against Gamma Phi Beta, and Al-
pha Xi Delta against Sigma Kappa.

Social activities at the dormi-
tories were few during the last
week, one hall, Betsy Barbour, hav-
ing celebrated its Annual Alumnae
Reunion this week-end and Martha
Cook having honored several mem-
bers of the faculty at a formal din-
ner.
The Alumnae Reunion at Betsy
Barbour began with a tea yester-
day afternoon given in honor of
the alumnae guests. In the eve-
ning a banquet was held at the
dormitory, and following this, the
annual meeting of the Alumnae
Association took place. As guests
at dinner all the past and present
directors of the dormitory were
present, namely, Mrs. Dean W.
Myers, now president of the board
of governors; Miss Jeanette Perry,
assistant -to the dean of women;
Miss Ruby Howe; and the Dreont
director. Miss Mary L. Lytle. The
members of the board of directors
were also guests at the dinner.
Martha Cook entertained at a
formal dinner Wednesday night in
honor of President Alexander G.
Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven. Other
guests were: Dr. Clarence S. Yoa-
kum and Mrs. Yoakum; Registrar
Ira M. Smith and Mrs. Smith; and
Mrs. Frederic Stevens, chairman of
the board of governors.
Following dinner coffee w a s
served in the blue room. The
scheme of decoration was carried
out in talisman roses and tapers 01
a harmonious color.
SEE PAGE 4
for News of
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Women at Dormitory
Mr. Raymond Morin, pianist, will
give a program at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in' Mosher hall drawing
room. All the women in Mosher

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Guests at the speaker's table at are invited to attend.
the Thursday luncheon besides the Mr. Morin's program will include
past presidents are: Miss Lloyd, the following selections:
who will introduce the speakers, La Plus que Lente.......Debussy
Mrs. Hornbeck, the state president, Rhapsody in Blue. Gershwin
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