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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LL SEASON
ODAY WITH
ASMATCHI
Interclass Teams
I by J. Bentley,
Manager.
,T CAPTAINS
of Practice Have
pening Contest

SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
INITIATES ARTISTCUSST TI0
.... INITIATIONSERVICE
Lily Pons Will Become Honorary
' Member of Sigma Alpha Iota
This Afternoon.

Lily Pons, French opera star, who
appeared on the first May Festival
program last night in Hill Audi-
torium, has accepted the invita-
tion of Sigma Alpha Iota, national
musical sorority, to become an
honorary member. Madame Pons
who has remained in Ann Arbor es-
pecially for the ceremony will be
inducted into membership this af-
ternoon at the home of Mrs.
George Patterson, 2101 Hill street.
From fifty to seventy-five guests
are expected as invitations have
been issued to patronesses of the
sorority and to the local active and

h the conclusion of three
of intense practice the in-
s speedball season opens this
oon on Palmer field. The
team will play the fresh--
t 4 oclock in the first game
e tournament. Captains for'
ams will be elected by team
nd it is essential that all play-'
me out for these selections
z Bentley has been appointed
;er of the speedball contests
;ring -and will make further
ncements of schedules and
es in. the lineups. A completej
-y of 'matches are to be play-
I the winning class team will
be awarded the title cup.
ilting from several cuts of
usually large number of jun-I
men who tried out the squad
umber fourteen of the best
s in the..class and the team
try its lineup in each game.
sent the squad is made up!
salind Caley, Dorothy Els-
Josephine Fisher, Lorraine
Susan Manchester, Ester
we, Frieda Boersig, Betty
er, Betty Lipzenburg, Sylvia
s, Violet Canberg, Dorothy
11 and Betty Loudon.
members of the Freshman
that has been practicing for
1 weeks -are listed as follows
.e probable lineup, Beatrice
ed, Alice Goodenow, Frances
ester, Miriam Hall, Jean Por-
lizabeth Cooper, Lydia Sey-
Ruth Kurtz, Corrine Fries,
Andrews, Dora Eliasohn, and
Johnson.
rT RAMTTRAL
ITERCLA SS

Liv Pons.

Iaumxpnae chapters. The entire ini-
Festival star, who sang here last tiation service is to be conducted
night will be initiated into the Sig_ in French and tea and reception
ma Alpha Iota, national musical will follow. Virginia Forsythe, '31,
sorority, as an honorary member has been in charge of the arrange-
this afternoon. ments.
Sigma Alpha Iota has planned a
formal musical for May 26, which
1. is to be one of the most important
affairs of the year and one of the
MU T b last activities of the sorority for
this year.
Methodist Society to
Groups to Attend Lantern Night Honor Women at Tea
Exercises; League Will at Mrs. Fisher's Home
Serve Coffee.
About four hundred invitations
All orders for box suppers for have been issued to all of the Meth-
Lantern Night must be in by Fri- odist women students on campus
day, May 22, announced Dorothea Inviting them to attend the tea
1whichMrs. Frederick Bohn Fisher
Waterman, '32, chairman of the and the members of the new chap-
supper committee. Orders may be ter of the Kappa Phi club are giv-
placed by calling Miss Waterman ing at four o'clock-this afternoon
at 9674. at Mrs. Fisher's home at 1430 Cam-
It is traditional for women to at- bridge Road.
tend the picnic supper which pre- If the weather permits, the tea
ceedes the Freshman Pageant in will be held in the garden, and the
groups, and each house ordering following women will pour; Mrs.
box suppers should determine as Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. Junius
soon as possible the number which Beal, Mrs. Edward H. Krauss, Mrs.
they will need. The box suppers Fielding H. Yost, - Mrs. Hugh M.
will be placed in the Women's Ath- Beebe, Mrs. George E. Carrothers,
letic building on the afternoon of Mrs. J. J. Travis, and Miss Ellen
the ceremonies, and only those who Moore.
have ordered them will be able to During the tea, there will be a
obtain them. Coffee will be served musical program with Mrs. John
by the League social committee. Worley at the piano and Miss Blos-
Miss Waterman's committee in- som Bacon, '31, playing the harp.
cludes Mary Elizabeth Watts, '33, Miss Florence Hiscock, '32, is gen-
Almarene Montgomery, '32, Jose- eral chairman of the affair and the
phine Work, '33, Margaret McDon- decorations will lend an Oriental
ald, '32, and Eileen Clark, '33. atmosphere to the party.

Seniors Entertained
at Social Functions
Following Swingout,
After home-coming week-end and
the accompanying mother's house-
parties, this week brings the Senior
Swingout and with it a change in
the form of entertainment sponsor-
ed by the sororities.
The junior members of Alpha
Delta Pi entertained their seniors
at a special dinner on Tuesday
night after the Swingout. Tomor-
row the sorority is celebrating its.
Founder's Day by a luncheon to be
given at the chapter house. Mem-
bers of the Detroit City club and
alumnae of Alpha Delta Pi from
Detroit and Ann Arbor will be pres-
ent on this occasion.
Phi Sigma Sigma honored their
senior members at a dinner given
Tuesday after Swingout.
'omorrow night Theta Phi Alpha
is giving a formal dance, at which'
Mrs. Maude Thompson and Prof.
Juliodel Toro and Mrs. del Toro
will chaperone.
Delta Zeta honored their seniors
with a supper-party last Tuesday
evening.
Mosher Jordan halls held a for-
mal dinner Tuesday night for the
seniors in honor of Swingout. The
junior residents were hostesses and
every junior called for a senior be-
fore dinner, escorting her to the
dining room. Roses served as table
decorations.
In Jordan hall corsages from the
juniors were presented to the sen-
iors at dinner. The seniors were also
presented with diplomas which had
the menu of the dinner and the
program of the evening printed on
them. The toastmistress was Jean-
nette Wright, '32. Miss Isabel W.
Dudley, assistant social director of
Jordan hall, extended the greetings
to the guests. Margaret Mix, '31,
president of the hall, presented the
spade which turned over the first
ground for the construction of the
building to Esther Emery, '32, the
junior president of the hall. Ther-
esa Sinkule, '31Ed, read the class
prophecy which was written by
Helen Hammond, '31SM.
In Mosher hall the corsages were
presented to the seniors before
Swingout in the afternoon.

~PROGRESS MADE IN
LEAGU E ACTIVITIES
Retiring President Praises Work
of Directors and Committee
Chairmen.
Definite progress in the adminis-
tration of the Women's League has
marked the work of all activities
undertaken this year, according to
Eleanore Cooke, '31, retiring presi-
dent. No new policies were launch-
ed in the field of organization, but
the main aim of furthering con-
tacts between the League and its
individual members has been real-
ized.
"The board of directors, in its
administrative capacity, has per-
formed its functions admirably in
every respect," stated Miss Cooke.
"Co-operation among the members
has brought about a fuller realiza-
tion of the League policies. The
committee chairmen have been
most efficient in the execution of
their duties, for they have been ac-
tive in stimulating interest in,
League affairs among women on
campus."
"The social committee in particu-
lar, deserves much credit for the
work which it accomplished," Miss
Cooke went on. "The series of par-
ties which have been sponsored by
the different houses have proven a
success. They have brought the
houses themselves as well as indi-
vidual women into closer contact,
and have made a greater use of
the facilities offered by the League
building for all undergraduate wo-
men. The Mother and Daughter
luncheon, which was given for the
first time this year was a definite
step forward in bringing the League
closer to Michigan women."
.

Feeling of Security
Comes Only Through
Trust, Says Author
Although psychiatrists say that a
day school with other children hnd
the right teacher is the ideal place
for children, they admit that such
teachers are almost non-existant.
And Dorothy Canfield, in the May
issue of McCall's magazine, has
written an article showing that,
after all, the child is better off, or
at least more sure of himself, at
home.
Child specialists say that a child
should not only be perfectly safe
but should also have a feeling of
security which can come to him
only through one or two persons.
It is not because the mother is
a better woman than the teacher
that the child is happier in the
back-yard than in the school play-
ground, because the teacher is very
apt to be the superior woman. But
each child knows that no matter
how smsjl or insignificant a part of
the school or street crowd he may
be, to his mother, as to himself, he
is profoundly and utterably differ-
ent from any other human being
who exists.

RIDING CLUB WIL
CHOOSE OFFICER~
Pegasus to Hold Annual Meeti
for All Members.
All members of Pegasus ridii
club are requested to attend t
meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight
the League building, as officers
next year will be nominated. i
meeting will be adjourned ear
enough for members to attend I
May Festival concert, Ruth Babb
'31, president, announced.
Election of officers will be held
the next meeting on May 28. No'
inations will be made from t
floor, and not by a committee. Cc
rine Krentler, '33, will announ
plans for the treasure hunt to
held Sunday, May 17, during I
meeting.
May 29 has been set as the da
of the annual horse show, and t
year's show will be featured
form riding exhibitions, sunts, a
various novelties. The show will
open to the public.
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY-One
the students here found a pearl
a plate of oysters at one of t
corner restaurants. The jewel h;
'not as yet been appraised, but it
thought to be valuable.

who xist. thughtto b valable

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Brown
Navy
Black :

games, which concluded the
unary contests in intramural
il, were played yesterday aft-
i at Palmer field. The elim-
n series are to begin on Mon-
f ngext week. Those teams
have won two out of three
ir games can participate.
,a Gamma defeated Pi Beta
he score being 14 to 1. The
of League house group 2 won
contest with Zeta Tau Alpha
score of 14 to 2. Those two
were played at 4 o'clock.
ee games were played at 5
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Gamma Phi Beta, the for-
inning by a score of 18 to 5.
Kappa Delta-Alpha Omicron
me, the Kappa Deltas were
.ous, the score being 9 to 2.
a Xi Delta won their contest
sigma Kappa by a score of
The Betsy Barbour team won
Ulpha Phi by default.
ity-one seniors at the Uni-
of Indiana of the June
,ting class were elected to
rship of Phi Beta Kappa. Of
venty-one elected, thirteen
'omen.

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