, MAY 7, 1931
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( (|'INFR O T '32
parate Pamphlets Explaining
Rules in Detail Will Be
Made for Students.
[Q USE PRINTED CARDS
Tournament Games to Be Played
on University Course.
LL WOMEN MAY
First Annual Mother, Daughter
Function to Take Place
All women on campus as well as
CLUB. TO CONDUT
TOUR OF CAMPUS
Members of Lansing House and
Senate Club to Be Guests
Members of the House and Sen-
Any women interested in joining
the advanced or beginners golf
classesmay do so by seeing Miss
Ethel McCormick, of the. physical
education faculty, and obtaining
permission to practise on the Uni-
A class is held from 2 to 4 o'clock
every Monday and Wednesday aft-
ernoon on the short hole near the
new course, under the direction of
Mrs. James Cissel and Miss Mc-
Cormick. Those students who do
not need to work on any special
faults may play on the regular
course. Those who wish may turn
:e of Dean of Women
Take Care of Clerical
all returning alumnae, and mothers ate club of Lansing will be the
of men and women students are in- guests of the University today,
vited to the first annual Mother when they will make a tour of tne
and Daughter luncheon sponsored campus. About 70 members of the
by the League, which is being held organization are expected to arrive
at 12:30 o'clock Saturday 'in the tat 10 o'clock.
Important changes in Pan-Hel-
lenic rushing rules for next fall
were announced yesterday by Win-
ifred Root, '32, treasurer of the or-
ganization, who is also chairman,
of the rushing committee. The re-
visions were passed upon by Pan-I
Hellenic at a meeting last month,
but the details are being worked
out by the committee in charge.
Five general rules were submitted
and adopted, and it was decided
that the new rules be drawn up for
each sorority, and a separate pam-
phlet be written and printed for
To Begin September 26.
First, that rushing should begin
at three o'clock on the afternoon
of Saturday, September 26.
Second, that each sorority shall
give a tea on both Saturday and
Sunday afternoons from 3 to 7
o'clock, and that it may invite each
woman who has been recommend-
ed to one of these. A rushee may'
go to as many of these teas as she
likes, but she may not stay longer
than three quarters of an hour at
each house. Printed invitations to,
these teas may be purchased from
Pan-Hellenic, and may be delivered
to dormitory mailboxes and league
house doors Saturday morning.
Third, that a date may be made
with a rushee upon her acceptance
of a second date (one of the initial
teas counting as the first), while
further invitations may be extend-
ed in the old way, each sorority
having three calls for each rushee.
Formal Not to Mean Bid.
Fottt;(- C rt&le is 6ty inpor-
tant), that entering students be
informed in their pamphlets that
an invitation to a formal does not
necessarily mean1 a bid.
Fifth, that sorority lists go in be-
fore noon on Sunday, while pre-
ference slips go out Sunday eve-
ning, and must be in by Monday,
noon. The sororities will receive
their lists as soon as possible, in or-
der that pledging may take place
between 5 and 10 o'clock Tuesday
evening. All clerical work will be
done in the office of the dean of
The rules will be distributed to
the various houses at the next gen
e r a 1 meeting of Pan-Hellenic,
which will take place Tuesday af-
ternoon, May 19. In addition to
Miss Root, Vinselle Bartlett, '33,
Freda Boersig, '33Ed, and Frances
Stewart, '33, are members of the.
committee on rushing.
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in qualifying scores to Mrs. Cissel.
Eight women have already signed
up for the golf tournament to be
held within two weeks. Any others
who wish to enter are asked to
sign their names and to indicate on
the poster on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium the hours dur-
ing which they are free to practise.
Monday and Wednesday afternoons
between 2 and 4 o'clock are the
hours preferred for playing off the
matches by those managing the
tournament, announced Marjorie
Hunt, '32, golf manager of the Wo-
men's Athletic Association.
N T RAM U R AL
NTERCLA S S
Targets for archery practice are
available at Palmer field on Mon-
day, Tuesday, Thursday and- Fri-
day, and all women interested in
practicing for competition in the
archery tournament to be held
within a few weeks may use them
on these days.
Members of the drill squad which
is practicing for the Pegasus horse
show are asked to meet at 1:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon in the
lobby of the League building from
where they will go to the Mulli-
son stables. -
Second rounds of the tennis tour-
nament ended yesterday, and all
scores should be posted on the bul-
letin board in the Women's Ath-
letic building, so that the names
of the winners can be paired off
for the third rounds, which start
"We would particularly like to+
have as many Michigan women asl
possible present at this affair,"
stated Jeannie Roberts, '32, chair-G
man of arrangements. "It is the
first event of this sort to be spon-
sored officially by the League, and
we will need cooperation in order
to make it a success."
Includedon the program of en-
tertainment which has been plan-
ned will be several numbers from
"Came the Dawn!", this year's Jun-
ior Girls' play. Marie Westin, '32,
Emily Randall, '32, Burnette Brad-
ley, '32, and Helen Van Loon, '32.
Ruel Kenyon, author of several of
the songs from the play, will be
The University Girls' Glee club
will present several selections, and
will lead in the general singing of
Group arrangements may be pro-
vided for, if the tickets are bought
in blocks. Tickets may be procured
at a desk in the main lobby of the
League from 1 to 5 o'clock this af-
ternoon and tomorrow afternoon.
The club is composed of the wives
of the state senators and represen-
tatives, as well as the wives of the
various other elective officers of
the state. Instead of dealing in
politics, however, the organization
exists for social and educational
Upon arrival, the group will
spend the morning in the Law
Quadrangle, viewing particularily
the new library. Luncheon will be
served at the Union, and will be at-
tended by President Alexander G.
Ruthven. Following luncheon, the
group will go to Mosher-Jordan
Halls for a tour of the dormitories.
On the way back to campus, they
will stop at Palmer Field, where
they will view the Women's Field
At 3:15 o'clock, the visitors will
attend an organ recital given by
Palmer Christian in Hill auditor-
ium. A tea, at the League building
will close the activities of the day.
In addition to the tea, however,
those of the group who are inter-
ested will be conducted through the
A group of Ann Arbor women,
headed by Mrs. Alevander G. Ruth-
yen, will act as hostesses and
guides during the day. Mrs. Ruth-
ven will be assisted by Mrs. Charles
A. Sink, a former president of the
House and Senate club.
MOTHER'S HOUSE PARTIES CENTER
SORORITY INTEREST THIS WEEK-END]
Formal Dances, Faculty Dinners, and daughters, and the senior wo-
Teas, Prominent on Week's men.
Social Calendar. Last night, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma entertained at a faculty dinner,
Mother's house parties, .faculty the guests including: Mr. Henry i
dinners, spring formals, and teas, Moser, Mr. Charles Boertman, Prof.v
make up the main social eevnts of Warner Patterson, Mr. Mansonc
the sororities for the week. , Brien, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard t
Members of Pi Beta Phi are hon- Fuller. The sorority is giving its r
oring sixteen of their mothers this spring formal on Saturday. Many
week-end, entertaining them with of the alumnae are expected to at-'
teas, dinners, and bridge parties. tend.s
Mrs. Archibald Diack is giving a Delta Delta Delta wishes to an-r
Saturday luncheon for the mothers nounce the pledging of Lillian Die-t
trich, '34, of Ravenna, Ohio. Moth-
PUPPETS TO GIVE ers of the members have been in-[
vited to a spring house party in
CHILDREN'S SHOW their honor, to take place Saturday.t
The entertainment will include a
Theatre Group to Present Third dinner, a bridge, and attendance at
Public Production. the Lydia Mendelssohn theater.
Spring flowers and blue tapers will
form the decoration scheme.
"The Glowing Bird," which., ac- On Friday, Miss Marjorie Hope
cording to a well known Russian Nicolson) '15, Dean of Smith Col-
folk tale, beings good luck to the lege, is to be the guest of Chi
kingdom where it dwells, and the Omega, of which she was an active
adventures of a royal page in member when at Michigan. A sup-
searching for this colorful creature, per will be given in Miss Nicolsen's
.ruhonor. Ten mothers-are expected at'
will be depicted by the Tatterman the house for a week-end party.
Marionettes at a children's matinee Saturday night a buffet supper will
performance, at 3:30 o'clock Tues- be given, following the play at the
day, May 12, at the Lydia Mendels- Lydia -Mendelssohn theater.
sohn theatre. Delta Gamma is also planning a
The Tatterman puppets will pre- m o t h e r 's week-end party. The
sent "Stringing Broadway," as their mothers and daughters will attend
adult program at 8:15 o'clock the the luncheon at the League build-
same night. A miniature master of ing on Saturday, which will be fol-
ceremonies .on strings will intro- lowed by a bridge tea at the home
duce the series of eight sketches of Mrs. H. B. Earhart. On Sunday,
satirizing the New York theatre. the fathers of the members have
Both performances will be held been invited to dinner.
under the auspices of the League____
Theatre group as their third public
1 production. Olive Matthews, '31, is/
the general chairman selected from
the group to present. the puppets.
She will be assisted by Eleanor Wal-
kinshaw, '32, as business manager,.
Kathleen Clifford, '31, in charge of
schools; Blossom Bacon, '32, chair-
man of ushers; and Emily Grimes,
'31, chairman of publicity."
Annual Banquet Will Be HE
in League Building.
Officers who will direct the Mic
gan Dames for the coming yE
were elected at a meeting of tI
organization held Monday night
the League building. They a
Mrs. C. H'Beukema, preside:
Mrs. R. P. Harrington, vice pre
dent; Mrs. C. Lehman, record;
secretary; Mrs. Grace Lindsey, e
responding secretary; Mrs. Rc
They will be installed in th:
offices at the annual banquet wh
will be held on the 19th of May
the League building.
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Be in Thursday.
The second round match of the
tennis tournament sponsored by
the Women's Athletic association,
will not have to be played off until
Thursday afternoon, instead of
Wednesday as was previously an-
The time is being extei ded be-
cause of the inclement weather on
Wednesday afternoon, which made
it impossible to play, but Thursday
afternoon is the latest that scores
can be turned in.
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DINNER SERVED IN BALL ROOM
12:30 to 2:30
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McKinsey Hat Shop
227 South SLte
2 Hour Sale
will be open
"Over the Counter-Sale"
One Group of Regular $5.00
of Tickets for
We want you to see all the changes
we've made in our store. We've planned
for months and worked for weeks and
we know you'll jdin in our enthusiasm
when you see the results.
In New Spring Styles
There are many new shops,
ideas and new assortments of
chandise. Every department has
the fever and has either moved to
quarters, or been redecorated.
3 to 5 P.M.
AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC OFFICE
CONSISTING OF ALL REMAINING TICKETS AS
Not an enormous selection, we admit, but everyone truly a
REMARKABLE VALUE at this low price! Frocks in every
smart Spring Fashion . . . jacket dresses, Sunday Night, after-
We will have music tonight and
flowers will be given away.