500 WOMEN ATTEND
DiNNER AT LEAGUE
Installation of Board; Award of
Tapping Takes Place.
HONOR RETIRING HEAD
Katherine Koch, New President,
Speaks on Need for j
HEAD AT BANQUET
PLAY DAY MEET ON CAMPUS VISIT
Michigan Students Swim
at Michigan State College
in Splash Party.'
Installation of twenty-five women
as members of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Michigan League, an-
nouncement of the winner of tht
Graduate Fellowship and tapping
for membership in Mortarboard
were the features of the second'
open'meeting of the League whicl,
followed the banquet held last
night in the League ballroom.
More than five hundred womer
attended the affair,. and retiring
and incoming members of the
Katherine Koch, '32.
Incoming president of the Wo-
aen's League for whom installa-
ion ceremonies were held
l i g h t in the Ballroom of
board were seated at the speakers
table. The new members were in-
troduced by Eleanor Cooke, '31, re-
tiring president of the League.
New President Speaks.
Katherine Koch, '32, the new
League head, spoke briefly on the
League building as a symbol of the
real spirit which is back of the
women's self governing organiza-
tion. She stressed the necessity foi
the co-operation of every womarn
on campus, and commended the
retiring president and the board foir
the excellent work done during the
Dean Alice Lloyd announced the
winner of the graduate fellowshir
which is being conferred for the
first time this year. Eleanore CookE
is the recipient of the award, hav-
ing totaled one hundred and four
hours of A out of the one hundred
and eight hours she has carried
while in school.
Board Members Named.
Mortarboard tapping followed, at
which fourteen women were an-
nounced as members of the na-
tional senior honorary society by
Isabel Rayen, '31, past president.
The new members of the board
include: Katherine Koch, '32;Lois
Sandler, '32; Helen DeWitt, '33;
Barbara Braun, '33; Sally Ensming-
er, '32, Jane Inch, '32; Betty Lou-
don, '32; Margret Schermack, '33;
Mary Barnett, '33; Helen Kitzmiller,
'32; Burnette Bradley, '32; Jane
Rayen, '33; Jean Botsford, '33; Ruth
Duhme, '34; Margaret Smith, '34j.
Dorothy Birdzell, '32; Katherine
Ferrin '32; May Seefried, '32; Betty
Gardner, '32; Betty Gerhard, '32;
Catherien Heeson,'33; Dorothy Els-
worth, '32; Josephine Timberlake,
'32, and Esther Kirby, '32.
to Install Ofcers
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
orary and professional journalism
sorority, will install its new officers
at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Lea-
gue building. The women who are
to be installed are: president, Jean
Levy; vice-president, and recording
secretary, Dorothy Magee, '32; treas-
urer, Helen Musselwhite, '32; and
keeper of the archives and Matrix
correspondent, Cile Miller, '32.
The installation banquet, given in'
honor of the new officers and of the
sophomore woman winning the
Theta Sigma Phi cup for distin-
guished work on campus publica-
tions, will take place May 19, in the
League building. Margaret Harris,
'31, retiring president, will act as
toast-mistress at the banquet.
TO MORTAR BOARD
Thirteen w o m e n represented
Michigan in the swimming Play
Day or "Splash Party" which was
held by Green Splash, honorary
swimming club at Michigan State
College, last Saturday afternoon.
These women earned the highest
number of points, 30, in the ten
events, the other four schools win-
ning in the following order, Michi-
gan State College, 28, Detroit City
College, 19, State Normal School at
Ypsilanti, 10, and Battle Creek
Teachers College, 3. Eighty women
competed in the various events.
Karen Larson, '34, won first place
in the crawl for form and third
place in the free style. Jean Bots-
ford, '33, placed second in the free
style, and second in the back
stroke. Jean Berridge, '33, won first
place in the diving contest and
placed third in the back stroke.
Ruth Kprtz, '34; placed first in the
balloon race. The relay team made
up of Leonore Caro, '32, Jean Bots-
ford, and Jean Berridge won first
place in the medley relay.
The Play Day was held in order
to give women from the different
colleges of the State an opportun-
ity to meet, rather than for com-
petition. The program began with
a lunch at the W.A.A. cabin, which
is located about five miles from the
campus, and following the com-
petition, a tea-dance was given for
the guests. The instructors who at-
tended and the swimming man-
agers discussed plans for play-days,
and each manager told of the ath-
letichorganization of the school
which she represented.
Those students who went from
Michigan were driven to Lansing
by members of the women's physi-
c a 1 education faculty. Faculty
members who attended were Miss
Ruth Hassinger, Miss Marie Hart-
wig, Dr. Mabel Rugen, Miss Doro-
thy Beise, and Miss Editha Barthel.
The group who competed Satur-
day will form the nucleus of a
swimming club to be formed soon,
announced Teressa Romani, '33,
swimming manager of the Wo-
men's Athletic Association. This
club will be organized under W.A.A.
for those students especially inter-
ested in this activity.
Senior Women Tap Juniors
Last night at the League install-
ation banquet, eleven junior wo-
men were tapped by Mortar Board.
Ihey are: Emily Bates, Dorothy
Birdzell, Sally Ensminger, Ivalita
Glascock, Agnes Graham, Jane
Inch, Esther Kirby, Kathariner
loch, Jeannie Roberts, Katharine
3itton, and Margaret Thompson.,
These are all women who have
-een particularly outstanding in
campus activities and who have a
high scholarship as well. Today they
will all appear on campus wearing
the mortar boards which belong to
,he senior women who tapped them'
at the banquet.)
The initiation banquet which will]
be held in the Chapel of the League
building on the morning of Sun-
day, MIy 10th, is under the direc-
tion of Mary Louise Beheymer and
will be followed by a breakfast in
honor of the initiates.
INTRAMURAL PROGRAM AFFORDS
OPPORTUNITY FOR MANY WOMEN
Miss Ruth Hassinger Explains1
System Whereby All j
(Editor's Note: This is the sev-
enth of a series of articles on the
activities of the physical education,
Intramural, an extra - curricularr
program, infers competition be-
tween organizations within a uni-7
versity and affords an opportunity
for a large number of women toc
participate in recreation, accordingl
to Miss Ruth Hassinger, instructor+
of physical education.
The women on the campus are<
grouped in sorority, dormitory andt
league-house units and are reached
through contacts made in personal
interviews, telephone, The Daily
publicity, and letters. Each unit has
a manager who acts as the "middle-
man" between her organization and+
the Intramural department, Missr
Activity Plans Changed.
In the years past there have been
two distinct divisions of extra
curricular athletics, inter-class and
intramural, totally separate from
one another and meeting on differ-
ent days. This year, discarding the
plan of two separate tournaments,
inter-class is the outgrowth of in-
tramural. This change in plan gave
four days a week instead of two
for intramural activity. A student
wishing to play inter-class must
first play in intramural tourna-
The program for the year is di-
vided into four seasons, two outdoor
and two indoor, each season having
a team sport and at least two indi-
vidual sports organized in tourna-
ment form. The individual sports
such as swimming, golf, tennis, and
others are certainly social assets
particularly because of their carry-
over into after-college life. Team
sports do not have as great a
carry-over as individual sports, but
the value of contacts, group loyalty
and cooperation derived from them
cannot be overlooked.
Intramural Open to All.
Intramural activities are open to
all. Campus ineligibility does not
deprive a student from entering
athletic competition. /
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