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FRESHEN WOMEN
ISSUE IITATIONS
FOR PATRONESSES
Ask Faculty Members, Wives
to Act in That Capacity
for Annual Pageant.
TO BE GIVEN MAY 26
Event Sponsored by Freshmen
and Women's Athletic
Association.
Patrons and patronesses for the
Lantern Night ceremonies to be
held' May 26 at Palmer field were
announced yesterday by Elizabeth
Gardner, '32, chairman of patrons.
President. Alexander G. Ruthven
and- Mrs. Ruthven head the list of
patrons, and the others include
Dean John R.Effinger and Mrs.
Eger, Dean flenry M. Bates and
Mrs.i Batas, Dean Joseph °A. Burs-
ley and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Her-
bert C. Sadler' and Mrs. Sadler,
Dean James B. Edmonson and Mrs.
Edmonson, 'Dean Edward Kraus
and Mrs. Kr us, Shirle Smith and
Mrs. Smith, Ira M Smith -and Mrs.
Smith, Dean Wilbur D. Humphreys
and"' Mrs. Humphreys,
To Attend Ceremonies.
Fielding H. Yost and Mrs. Yost,
John Sundwall and Mrs. Sundwall,
Miss Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Bacher
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Loura
Campbell, Ralph C. Hall and Mrs.
Hall, Dr. Margaret Bell and Mr.
Bell, Philip Bursley and Mrs. Burs-
ley, Clarence A. Yoakum and Mrs
Yoakum, Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss
Ellen Stevenson, and Miss Emily
White.
These patrons will be assigned to
te various sororities and dormitor-
ies later, and will be taken to the'
ceremonies by members of these
houses.
To Have Supper.
The picnic supper which pre-
ceeds the Freshman Pageant and
the Lantern ceremonies will begin
about 5:30 o'clock, and box tunches
will be sold by members of the
committee. The Pageant will follow
the picnic supper, and at sundown
th traditional march of the sen-
iors, followed by the junior and
sophomore women, will be held-
Helen. flomine .is Chairmnan.,
Al arrangements for th event,
which is sponsored by the fresh-
man women and the Women's Ath-
letic Association, are being made
by Helen Domine, '31, with the as-
sistance of Eleanor Cooke, '31, Har-
net Jennings, '34, Albertina Mas-
len, '31, Jane Feeneimer, '33, Ann
Tobin, '33, Elizabeth Loudon, '32,
Helen Moore, '31, Clara Grace Peck,
'33, Dorothy Magee, '32, Elizabeth
Gardner, '32, and Dorothea Water-
man , '32.
ARCHERY BECOMES
POPULAR PASTIME
Physical Education Instructor
Explains Qualities of
Revived Sport.
Archery, one of the oldest indi-
vidual sports, has recently under-
gone a revival that has placed it
foremost in popularity.
"Archery depends largely on form,
which is good posture," said Miss
Marie Zettler, member of the phys-
ical education faculty. Feet slightly
apart give a firmer base as one
stands at right angles to the target.

"The bow string is drawn to the
chin, cutting the lip, while the bow
arm is slightly flexed."
The arrow should be of the proper
length. That is usually the length
of the arm. "For beginners it is
easier to pull the bow while bring-
ing the arm up, and then the arrow
is released immediately on sighting
the point of aim," Miss Zettler said.
Of dominant importance is estab-
lishing the point of aim.

DRAMATIC FESTIVAL TO PRESENT
NEW INGENUE LEAD IN 'ELECTRA'

IAI I N N E OS OFIENNIS(Traditional Week-end House-Parties Honor
jift R r p A 111111 I I AI jir1Visiting Mothers at Numerous Sororities

Second Rounds
Concluded; T
Begin'
Second rounds o
nament were cc
and the names of
been paired off f0
begin today. Thir
played off by We
announced Virgi:
W.A.A. tennis ma
charge of the to
Winners of to
matchesrand them
Perrin, '33, 6-1, 6-
'32, won by defau
'34, 6-1, 6-1; Sare
6-1; Virginia Ga
Celine Smith, '32
trude Simancek, '
erine Hawley, '33,
Eby, '34, 6-4, 6-4;
'32, 6-0, 6-1, and
default. -

Every house on campus enter-if
taned their mothers at week-endI
of Tournament house parties this week-end al-t
[hird Rounds though spring informal and for- 1
Today. mal dances were popular at several
sororities.f
f the tennis tour- Friday night at the Alpha Xi Del_-
oncluded Friday, ta house entertainment for Moth-;
the winners have ,
r the third, which ers' Week-End opened with a din-
d rounds must be ner party for which modernistic7
dnesday, May 13, decorations in black and white were
nia Watson, '32, used. Yesterday's events included aE
inager, who is in tea at the home of Mrs. Franklin
urnament.
be second round Shull and "Pierre Pathelin," at thet
r scores are: Jean Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Thi,
3; Esther Loucks, morning the mothers will b, givenz
lt; Joan Barnette, corsages at a breakfast of Duch
ah Bond, '32, 6-0, appointments..
ge, '31, 6-1, 6-0; Twelve mothers of Alpha Omi-
, 6-1, 6-0; Ger- cron Pi members are spending the
32, 6-1, 6-4; Kath- week-end with their daughters this
6-1, 6-2; Florence week-end. Yesterday a dinner at
Virginia Watson, which pink and green table decor-
Helen Wilson, by ations were used and theatre party
were given in honor of the guests.
scheduled to play Dinner will be held today for
,ches have not yet both fathers andmothers conclud-
es. The winner of ed the Mothers' House Party.
<ed to write in the Alpha Chi Omega gave its springj
art posted in the informal dance Friday night at the
building as soon house. The chaperones were Prof.
s been played off. R. W. Fellows and Mrs. Fellows, Mr.,
ds will be played and Mrs. fRarry Porritt, and Miss.
lanner as the firstI Winifred Ferrin."
ds, the individual Alpha Chi Omega are entertain-
their own sched- ing fifteen mothers for Mothers'
score themselves. ( Week-end. Miss Laura Littlefield,
is at Palmer field of the University School of Music,
use all day, and will sing for a tea given in honor
e given to tourna- of the mothers this afternoon.
er all others ex- Alpha Epsilon Phi gave its for-
ig classes. Private mal spring dance last night. A
urts may also be novel decoration scheme carried
ment matches ex- out the idea of "April showers bring
games. May flowers," one part of the house
expressing the showers and anoth-
OiXld Assume er the flowers. The chaperones
uld A sumewere Mrs. Minnie Mahrer, Prof. Leo
Opportunity Sc1arfman and Mrs. Scharfman,
Mrs. Morton Levi, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-

fred Storm and Mrs. Sarah Rosen-
sweig.
As a feature of Parents' Day at
the Alpha Epsilon Phi house a tea,
will be given this afternoon.
Sigma Kappa gave its spring in-
formal dance Friday night at Pal-
mer Field House. Prof. W. Welles
and Mrs. Welles and Mrs. J. M.
.Holt, were chaperones.
Ten mothers and fathers of Zeta
Tau Alpha members will be honor-
ed at dinner today as the conclud-
ing feature of their Mother's week-
end house-party. Other affairs in-
cluded at buffet supper following
the Comedy club pemformers last
night and a corsage breakfast this
morning.
LE~AGUEW GROUIP

TWELVE BASEBALL
CONTESTSPLANNED
Games to Be Played This Week
Scheduled for Monday
and Wednesday.
Twelve contests are included in.
the schedule of baseball games to
be played this week. Helen New-
berry will play against Delta Zeta
and Jordan team .1 will meet the
team of League House group 2 in
the opening games at 4 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon.
Martha Cook will play Alpha
Delta Pi at 5 o'clock, while the
Mosher team will meet Delta Delta
Delta at the same time.

Doris Dalton,
New ingenue leading lady, who will appear in the Chorus of the
"Electra" which will open the Dramatic Festival May 25 in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre.
DORIS DALTON TO TAKE PRINCIPLE
DANCE LEAD IN COMING FESTIVAL

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second round mat
posted their score
each match is ask
score on the cha
Women's Athletic,
as the match ha
The third roun
off in the same m
and second roun
players arranging
ule and keeping
The tennis court
are available for
preference will be
ment players ov
cept those holdin
or municipal cou
used for tournan
cept in the final
Women Sh
Franchise

OFFERS PUPPETS Fourk ames will be played at 4
OFF RS UPP TSo'clock Wednesday. Omega will
-- play Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Ep-
Tatterman Marionettes to Give silon Phi will meet Jordan team 2.
Delta Gamma will oppose Pi Beta
Two Performances. Phi, while the team of League
house group 2 will play against
A s their third public performance Kappa Alpha Theta.
for the year the League theatre Wednesday at 5 o'clock Kappa
group will conclude their activities Delta and Alpha Omicron Pi will
for the year with a matinee and play. Betsy Barbour is to play Al-
night performance of the Tatter- pha Phi while Kappa Kappa Gam-
man Marionettes, Tuesday, May 12, ma will play Gamma Phi Beta at
man arinetesTuesayMay12,the same time. Alpha Xi Delta and
at the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Sigma Kappa will also hold their
The matinee for children. which contest on Wednesday at 5.
will be given at 3:30 o'clock, will-- -
present the puppets in a fantastic'
story of adventure in old RussiaH.C ARK
"The Glowing Bird," written by Ed- LADIES' SHOE
ward Mabley, a designer of the ;., SPECIALIST
Tatterman Marionettes. This story
centers about a mythical and beau-
tiful creature known as the Glow-
ing Bird.
For their production the same
night the marionette company will--
offer an adult production, a pup-, LADIES' HALF SOLES......60c
p e t revue, "String Broadway,' MEN'S HALF SOLES.........75c
which is aimed as a satire on the 1113 So. Unersity Ave.
New York stage. ________________

Has Been Active in New York{
Stage Shows During the
Past Season.
By M. B. B.
With the opening of another
Dramatic Festival Season May 25I
in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre,I
another ingenue leading lady Dor_-
is Dalton, will be introduced. In
the "Electra," which opens the
Festival, she will appear.as one of4
the principle members of the Chor-
us with the dancer, Martha Gra-
ham.
Two summers ago Miss Dalton
appeared on the stage, but was dis-
suaded from a permanent stage ca-I
reer by the objections of her fam-
ily. However, the Urge to appear in
the theatre was too strong, and,
for the past season she has again
been actively appearing on the
New York stage, first with Joseph
Schildkraut in "The Affairs of An-
atol," and recently this spring in
CHANGES MADE IN

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"The Country Wife," in which she
scored the personal success of the
production.
In view of the success of other
ingenue leading women who have
appeared in past Dramatic Seasons,
it will be interesting to watch the
career of Miss Dalton. Frances
Dade, who appeared several years
ago with Robert Henderson's com-
pany at the Whitney theatre, was
selected from 300 other applicants
as Ronald Colman's leading lady
in "Raffles." Claire St. Claire, who
appeared here last spring, is now
under contract to Warner Broth-
ers.
Doris Dalton, Henderson believes,
will achieve a greater popularity
than either Miss Dade or Miss St:
Claire, because she has the same
unuwal beauty of those other
two, and is a far superior actress.'

INDIANA-"More women should
take advantage of the franchise,"
urged Mrs. Stanley, state president
of the Women's Christian Temper-
ance Union. "One, should not par-
ticipate in any election before stu-
dying carefully all factors involved,'
she said. She predicts that peae
and prohibition will come only from
the cooperation of women, deter-
mined to establish those ideals.
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Freshman orientation weck will
begin on Tuesday, September 22
next fall, according to a statement
made by Miss Ethel McCormick, so-
cial director. On the first day of
the period are scheduled the usual
Rhetoric and English content ex-
aminations and the Medical Exam-
ination. That evening the Fresh-
men and incoming upper-classmen
will be given an address of welcome
,by President 4Ruthven and Dean
Lloyd.
A few changes have been made
in the plans for next year's orien-
tation. Instead of the demonstra-
tion and parti ipation in field'
events which have formerly been
required, a tour of the Women's
league building will be made next
year. The freshmen will be divided
into two groups which will alter-
nately attend the tea given at Dean
Joseph Bursley's residence, and the
meeting in the League building.

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