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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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2 WOMEN ARTISTS TO BE INCLUDED
IN FIFTY PRINTS OF YEAR EXHIBIl

Show to Stimulate Interest
Prints and Show Trend
Ii of Development.
Women are fairly well represe.
ed in the "Fifty Prints of the Yea
rney exhibit which has just recen
opened at Alumnae Memorial h2
The show has a double purpose
view, that of stimulating interest
E 2 the beauty of prints in general, a
also of pointing out the develo
Will ment of current trends in Ame
can print-making.
This, the sixth exhibition in t
series, has 'been judged by Mr. Lev
m- Mumford, who is thoroughly fam
a iar with prints and realizes th
nued aesthetic values. These selectedf
noon the show were chosen from a gro
ayed, of some thousand prints submitte
lpha, and although they in no way a
meant to include the fifty*
a Xh prints of the year, they mosta
e suredly represent a significant i
2 be- dication of the present tendenc
in this, field of work.
ntest Those women who are represen
re of ed in the show include Peggy Bac
game whose work during the past ye
hing. has appeared in several of the A
'32 Arbor art exhibits. She contribut
the lithograph, Rural Retreat,
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Betsy
soer, All I I 11 I I

in cartoon-like scene of a country
store. Jean Charlot another of th
women artists displays a very pow
erful and almost grotesque head o
a Mexican, which stands out among
nt the other prints as much for it
ar" skilful pencil modelling as for it
tly weird distortion.
all. One of the- most outstanding
in pieces of work offered by the wo
men contributors is A Room On Th
in Top Floor by Marian Stabler. Thi
nd wood engraving capitalizes th
)p- beauty . of curve and line in a mos
ri- 1 effective manner. Others to ' b
among the women artists are: Beu
he lah Stevenson, who displays th
wis Yellow House; Helen McAuslan wit]
il- the lithograph,Taking Home Fish
cir Mabel Dwight, with her Ferr
for Boats; and Margaret Lowen Groun
up with the Growth of the Soil.
[ The Archery Tournament that
t was announced on Tuesday to
as- last two weeks will only last one
n- day, May. 27. The contestants
ies may shoot on that day 'between
three and five o'clock.
t-
on
nn Special Functions
tes Fater
a or Fathers Mark
Week-end Activity

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hat of Alpha Ep-
score of 16 to 8.
'32Ed, playing on
n did some fine
se. Jean Levy, '32,
iss, '34, played well
n Phi.
Continue.- j
are to enter the
ie eliminations in-
)elta Gamma, Mar-
Barbur, Jordan 2,
)elta, Kappa Kap-
League 2.
s to play the Jor-
Monday at 5 o'clock
ur will meet Kap-
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playing every other
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ORGANIZE
CONGRESS
ouching on Pacific
,'nd Delegates.
t a Pan-Pacific Con-
en was established in
ornote better friend-
he women along the
Over 600 delegates at-
all of the cquntries
n the Pacific," stated
Koh, grad., in an in-
tly.
ress has six sections,
nmentedccation, in-
economics, health,
vice. The next meet-
ill be held in Hono-
vill add a new section
itioned above, which'

HI JUIILLdHILL Tea-dancing and a father'
houseparty lend a note of novelt
to the social activities of the sor
orities this week-end.
Kappa, Alpha Theta is giving a
Lantern Night Posters to Be formal dinner-dance on Saturda
Placed About Camp 'for night. Mrs. Franklin Moore, M
cC Pus for and Mrs. Edward Spense, and Mr
Annual Event and Mrs. Miller are to act as chap
erons. On Sunday afternoon mem
Hand bills on Lantern Night bers of Kappa Alpha Theta will b
which will be next Tuesday, May hostesses at a tea for members o
26, have been printed and will be the faculty and their wives, th
distributed on campus today. Sev- patronesses of the sorority, and th
eral posters will also be made, and Ann Arbor alumnae of Kappa Al
anywoman who is interested should pha Theta. Mrs. Theophil Kling
call Dorothy Magee at 9747. W.A.A. man and Mrs. J. F. Lawrence, bot
points will be awarded for assist- of Ann Arbor, will pour.
ing with the posters which will be On Saturday afternoon Delt
placed about the campus. Gamma is entertaining with a tea
Tomorrow is the last day for dance, at which Mrs. Phyllis Reyn
league houses, sororities, and dor- olds, Mrs. J. S. Clary, and Mrs
mitories to place orders for box Fred H. Wilson will chaperone. Las
luncheons with Dorothy Water- night Delta Gamma gave a dinne
man at 9674. These will be priced in honor of the members of Kapp
at about forty cents. Jt is a tradi- Kappa Gamma.
tion for women to attend the pic- Alpha Phi is holding a father'
Fic supper which precedes the houseparty 'this week-end. A spe
Freshman Pageant in groups. Box cial luncheon on Saturday noor
ueneons will be ,placed .i 'the and a' dinner on Sunday will b
Woman's Athletic Building the af- among the entertainments sched
ternoon of the ceremonies and only uled for their visit.
those who have ordered them will Alpha Delta Pi honored seve
be able to obtain them. Coffee will rushees at dinner last night. Mr
be served by the League social com- Thomas H. Reed, an alumna of Al
mittee. pha Delta Pi from California, wa
the guest of honor.
Kappa Phi Will Hold Last night Zeta Tau Alpha enter
tained about eight guests at a rush
Initiation of Officers ing dinner. Spring flowers and ye
- low tapers were used as decora
Kappa Phi, student organization tions. Marion Beyer, '31, was
of the Methodist Church, is holding house guest of the chapter dunn
their sunrise initiation and install the early 'part of the week.
ation of officers next Sunday morn- Colegiate Sorosis members wer
ing at the ,Student Center. After hostesses at a faculty inner a
the ceremonies are over they are night honoring Dean Joseph Bur
having the traditional senior break- ley; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kleen
fast given by the juniors for the and Mr. Harold Dorr of the polit
seniors. cal science department.
At this: breakfast the memory
rose bowl will be part of the dec-
orations. SPECIAL PRIC
Each senior is given, a rose, the CE
organization flower, which she pulls EXCE
to pieces dropping the petals in the
bovl, making a wish as she does so. $200
Then she is given a miniature bowl
with some dried mpetals from the MeKINSE
'last year's'ceremony to keep.
Dr. and Mrs. Fisher, who are 227 Sout
honorary members, will be guests.
After breakfast Dr. Fisher will giv
communion to all the membier
around the Kappa Phi altar..
The officers who will be installed ~
are.' Katherine Zimmer, president;
Glennis Cool, vice president; Mar-
jorie Johnson, secretary; Florencef
Hartsuff, treasurer; and Barbara¬ę
Hall, corresponding secretary. The
retiring president is Bertha Howard. x
ELECT HOUSE OFFICERS r4
Monday evening the members of
Adelia Cheever house held their' .: *.
annual election for house oiicers
for this coming year. Those who Near the University Hospi
are to take office as indicated by
the results of this past election are Fe
as follows: Geraldine Huff, '32, enn i
president; Anne Sorenson, '32, vice 103 North For
president; and Francess Roricki, '34,
secretary and treasurer.
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olence and quality in yqur announce-

TIAC COMPLETED DORMITORIES TO HOLD INFO1RMAL, M
r S'TUCEL L Li FORMAL DINNERS THIS WEEK-END M0
y Betsy Barbout Gives Dinner in Eunice Van Camp, assistant direc-
e U I 1 U U U Honor of Present Staff tor. The occasion was semi-formal.
Sof House'Annual. Newberry Holds Dance.
H Annual Plans for Freshman This coming Saturday night Dr
ga Helen Newberry is also plannng a
s Pageant Next Week Are Formal and informal dinners fill summer formal dinner dance. The
s Under Way. the calendar of social events in the arrangements are being made so
Un' W . dormitory houses or campus for that dinner will be ser'ved at a ban-
g With the last week before the this week. Last night Betsy Bar- quet table allowing for dancing be- I
-Freshmen Pageant almost over, fin- bour entertained at a formal din- tween courses. The floral decor- th
pre atins are under way. The ner, given in honor of the house ations are to be carried out in tio
1 preparationsAnnual staff. spring flower. combinations, and
Building and Ground Department Those of the staff who were the hamoniously chosen tapers. The
t is erecting the stage, 52 by 30 feet, guests of honor are as follows: Ann orchestra is t be furnished by Ken er
e in Palmer Field installing ampli- Lidy, '32, editor in chief; Alice van Lunquist. a gp dt v
- fiers for the orchestra. den Boogert, '31, business manager; The guests are expected at seven, co
e The members of the orchestra Elinor Corcilius, '31, assistant edi- and those who will assist in the po
h are: Mona Hutchings, '34SM, first ti; Jean Perrin, '32, assistant bus- Florence W. Towsey. Miss Eunice Tw
violin; Elizabeth Burr, '33M, first mess manager; Florence White, 31, Fon Cm Audey Miss 'nc woL
y vilin Rut Bur, 33SM seondart editor; Florence Benell, '32, as- Van Camp, Audrey Bates, '32, whio Lu
y violin; Ruth Burr, '33SM; secondsitant art editor; Ethel Arehart, has assisted at the arrangements ar
'd violin; Gene Hunter, flute; 'Russellitatrteir;Eh Ahr, of the dance, and Esther Kirby, '32, 1
Raney, '34E, oboe; Frederick Ernest, 32, social manager; Eileen Hen- thdnc an hr K ,
'3dcaie;KehSenS3S reo,'2 tltceio;Rt student social chairman. wi:
S clarinet; Kieth Stein, ' M34SM, Babbitt, '31, in charge of humour; Guests Honored With Dinner. in
clarnet; Ralph FuGh, '338M, and Adele Tossy, '31, in Charge of , Betsy Barbour entertained last n
trumpet; George. Seymore, '34SM, snapshots. night at a dinner party in honor of Ar
trombone; Ruby Peinert, '34SM, During the dinner the president all those resident students whoseAn
cello; Arthur Ray, '31SM, bass; and of the house introduced the editor birthdays fall during the months pr
Charles Wilbur, '32SM, drums. C. in chief of the dormitory publica- of June, July, and August. Yellow '34
0. Honaas, Spec. M., orchestrated tion to the other guests, who then flowers and tapers will be used for
three of the numbers, and the mus- presented the magazine to the the decorative scheme.
ic committee copied the parts. house. The scheme of decoration The members of this dormitory
The poster. committee has design was carried out in tulips with har- are also planning a formal dance
d the pogram covea deug-pmonious tapers. Each one of the for tomorrow night. The color
e sh progrnadm coavusand eut up guests, of honor received a corsage scheme for the decorations is to be
as a favor of the dinner party. pink and blue, flowers to carry out
lowing freshmen women have made th k t d ligh
potr:yiird al.ara o Residents of Helen Newberry, in-Ith iknoeadlgsofbuA
J posters: Winifred Hall, Marian See- cluding the Honorary students for the contrasting color. Bob C Al
's fried, house officers, and those students son is to tfurnish the music. MissKa
_______r______._ who were awarded the five, Helen Mary Lytle and Miss Alta B. Atkin- j o
y ,o. Newberry scholarships for this son will assist in the receiving line.,of
- Popularity of Cotton. year were entertained last night by
Material for Formal the Board of governors of the dor- BARNARD COLLEGE)
ymitory at the Barton Hills Country ACCEPTS BEQUEST
resses sncreasing club. This occasion is an annual ___
r. affair, in which the gvernoring
. "Youth is going for cotton with ar, i the o veri Barnard College, Manhattan, has
- a bang," stated the buyer of one of gr te dorihoryoepess recently accepted a bequest of $3,-
- the leading women's stores on the their appreciation for the cooper- 000, the income from which is to be
e campus. atinw hey f n tewresi- given to the senior who has given
It has been more than twenty ne f eNewberry.the most conspicuous evidence of
I years since cotton achieved any- The board of governors and hos- unselfishness .during her college
thing comparable to its presnt- tesses for the evening include: Mrs. course. The donor is Mrs. Ella Fitz-
day popularity.Tn of that Henry B. Joy, Detroit; Mrs. Alexis gerald Bryson who wishes in this
- daye poplaty.he cnof thant- C. Angell, Detroit; Miss Claire San- way to commemorate the unselfish-
- ly different,. todaya n ders, Detroit; Miss Alice Lloyd, Mrs. ness of her late husband.
Then they were of a coarse Henry W. Douglass, and Mrs. Ar- The girl receiving this award is
a rough nature. Now they have been chiblad W. Diack, all of Ann Arbor. to be elected by the members of her
- perfected to a very fine degree. The guests for the evening also in- class at a meeting in which 'the
- Some of the new cottons are so eluded Mrs. Florence W. Towsey, nominations are open but the vot-
. sheer and soft, and possess such a director of the house, and Miss ing secret.
t lovely lustre that it is hard to dis-
tinguish them from silks. ~~~~~-~~
a The new eyelet batistes and crisp \ Riding Boots
organdies are exceedingly popular
both for afterndon and formal eve-at
ni~o ear.Popular Prices
- Cottonsare also replacing thear
, popular knitted wear of other sea-
e sons in the realm of sports-wear. ' For Men $13.50a pair
- Aside from the standpoint of ap- 1 I (Black or Brown) -
pearance, there is another advant-
n age to the new trend in that cot- For Women $12.50 a pair
s- tons can be more easily laundered (Black er Brown)
- than silks.
Ls We have the proper footwear for any sport and one of our
A featherweight title battle be- newest is black and white checkered tennis oxfords, $2.00
tween Fidel Labarba and Bat Bat- per air.
- talino is expected to save the na-
- tional fistic schedule from being aA1
complete washout this week.
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|UMMERS TOWHI
NNU91_FUNCT
amatic Organization to
Banquet to Install
New Officers.
Tonight at the League bu
e Mummers dramatic org
n is holding its annual be
ng spring flowers and gree
as decorations.
Margaret Smith, '34, Blosse
n, '31, and Helen Hurst, '32
so the committee in cha
e arrangements for the fu
ro guests of honor will b
indquist and Mrs. W. F. iu:
e new patronesses.
A feature of the entertai
II be a speech by Dora Pc
which she will introduce ti
leers for the coming year.
.lude Helen Hurst, '32, pre
ane Verner, '33, vice preside
ogram chairman; Roberta
, '32, treasurer; and Jane ]
4, secretary.
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livision will

)ver 30 delegates attended the
meeting from America. . The:
president of the Congress is an
erican while the president is an
bralian. The last Congress was
.essful in that a great number
nded, and much interest was
ted in the conference itself,"
Koh stated.
Your Invitations-
Your Announcements
Have They

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