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UAIMIVAVAM

W.A.A. PRESIDENT
SUBMITS REPORT
MUSIC;i
DANCE .

at 6:30
day

ASSIST

Games

Im.

dances will be
in the sunlight,
ee has decided
.man Pageant,
i next Tuesday
:30..In case of
e will be post-
lowing day atf
Le History of
gh the Dance,"
.imitive dance,
Fauver, which
i and sacrifice
rvest. The sec-
f the Grecian
ig the Olympic
:es in the tem-
eatest inspira-
hat time, the
dancers repre-
bes and priest-
o be Given.

Dorothy Ellsworth.
President of W. A. A., who attend-
ed the convention held recently at
Columbus, Ohio, at which the rela-
tive merits of the athletic organiza-
tions of Ohio State University and
the University of Michigan were
discussed.
Sororities Entertain
With Faculty Teas,
Senior Breakfasts

Ao.A HEADMAKES
Athletic Organization of' Ohio
State Makes Revision
of Methods.
Comparison between athletic or-
ganizations of the Ohio State uni-
versity and the University of Mich-
igan shows that while Michigan's
method is not similar to that of
Ohio State, its general tendency
is in that direction, according to
Dorothy Ellsworth, '32, president
of W.A.A.
Miss Ellsworth returned recently
from a convention held in' Colum-
bus, Ohio, where the relative mer-
its of the two systems were discuss-
"Ohio State has made drastic
changes in the organization, per-
sonnel and motivation of its, ath-
letic, association during the past
year," stated Miss Ellsworth, "this
was due chiefly to the fact that its
regular program of sponsoring in-
terclass and intra-mural activities
was materially weakened by the
addition of a new Intramural de-
partment in the Physical Education
school."
"The W.A.A. group was entirely
reorganized under the title of Wo-
men's Recreation . Council, and it
now devotes its interest chiefly to
the .backing of recreation clubs. Its
scope includes archery, riding, Or-
chesis, rifle, and camp and club
Ileadership, and it deals with prob-
lems concerning future use of leis-
ure time," she continued.
Ohio Method Better Than Ours.
"I feel that Ohio's method is a
long step ahead of Michigan's,"
coiiluded Miss Ellsworth. "Michi-
gan has not as yet adopted such a
plan, but our organization is work-
ing toward that goal, and some day
may achieve it. This type of work
is more or less on the nature of an
experimental station, for if the ac-
tivities sponsored by W.R.C. are a
success, they are generally taken
over by the Physical Education de-
partment and incorporated in the
regular course of studies. This real-
ly is of greater benefit for all wo-
men on campus, ant; is a highly
commendable plan."
Delta Omicron Honors
Misr Lalah Van Sickle
A bridge-shower was given Wed-
nesday night in the Kalamazoo
room of the League building in
honor of Miss Lalah Van Sickle,
'25, of 10 Geddes Heights, by the
members of Delta Omicron, nation-
al honorary musical sorority.
Miss Van Sickle was a charter
member of the Ann Arbor chapter
of the sorority. Bridge prizes were
awarded to Marian Hubbard, '31SM,
and Harriett Schiele, '32SM. Mrs.
Jean- Patterson Schirley, of Buffalo,
New York, another charter mem-
be, was also a guest at the affair.

ORHMITORY G1IS
A NNUAL BANQUEIT
Affair Held in Honor of Juniors
and Seniors in Union
Ballroom.
Residents of Couzens Hall held
their annual junior-senior banquet
at 6:30 o'clock, Thursday night in
the Union ballroom. The seniors of
the nurses dormitory also gave a
dance last night at Couzens Hall.
Miss Marion Durrell, director of
the school of nursing, and Doris
Reynolds, president of the junior
nurses' class gave the toasts to the.
graduating seniors at the banquet.
Arrangements for the traditional
banquet were under the direction
of Miss Reynolds, Vera Agnes Schef-
' fel, '33SN, invitations chairman,'
Maxine Freeland, chairman of table
decorations and favors, Thelma'
Scratch, '32SN, general arrange-
ments hairman, Catherine Clark,
'32SN, program chairman, and Miss
Martha English, '32SN, transporta-
tion.
The "Virginia Collegians," a De-
troit drchestra, was imported to
play for the dance last night at
which Dr. Vernan L. Hart and Mrs.
Hart and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whit-i
ney were the chaperones.
Mina Meincke, '32, was general
chairman in charge of the affair
and her committee was composed of
Mildred Zook, '32, chairman of ar-.
rangements, Lillian Calkins, '31,
chaperone chairman, and anet
O'Neil, '318N, who was in charge of
the music.
Glee Club Will Give
Program Over Radio
The University Women's Glee
club will broadcast from Detroit on
Wednesday night.. The program,
which concerns the foreign college1
movement, is being sponsored byi
Mrs. H. B. Earlart, of Ann Arbor.
Bishop McConnell, of the Metho-
dist church in Detroit, will give the
address, and the Glee club will com-
plete the program. It has been
chosen from all of the men's and
women's glee clubs at all the uni-
versities in the country to give this
performance. Miss Nora Crane Hynt
will direct.
Next week, the Glee Club will-
hold election of its officers for the
coming year. It has been requested
that every member be present.

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WOMEN'S LOYALTY MORE PERSONAL
THAN MAN'S, STATES ETHEL MANNIN
Cleopatra Did Not Die for Her Russia, Christine of Sweden-that
Empire, But for Love women are capable of the intellect-
ual loyalties which override the
of Antony. emotional allegiances. However, the
women of such calibre are rare,"
"The loyalty of women is a more she continues.
personal affair than the loyalty of . .
men. A woman will always betray "It is auite common to find the
cause for an individual; a man is murder of another woman standing
more inclined to sacrifice the indi- udro nterwmnsadn
mor inlinhet sarifce he -sloyally beside him, trying to give
vidual for the cause," states Miss loal eiehm rigt i
Ethel Mannin in a recent article in him in his extremity, the comfort
the Woman's Journal on "The and courage of her Love. However
Strange Loyalty of Women." much he may have abused that love
"Ceptacoe ete olv is an immaterial matter before this
Cleopatra chose neither to dive response to the allegiance of their
nor die for her empire; itwas forhearts," Miss Mannin says.
love of Anthony that she died.,hat, Msani as
Helen had no 'compunction about "And perhaps even greater than
letting Troy burn because of Paris. the loyalty of wives and sweethearts
There was probably never born the to the men they love is the loyalty
woman who could betray love for of mothers. The loyalty of mothers
the sake of ambition as ruthlessly is simply terrific; it is one of the
as Napoleon betrayed the unhappy miracles of this queer world," she
Josephine, nor for the sake of affirms.
art as did Shakespeare poor Anne "The loyalty which is part of the
Hathaway. But those women were love of women in general and of
not vindictive. The essence of 'oy- mothers in particular, is beyond all,
alty which women bring to love is, littleness of reasoning and logic. It
indeed, a boundless forgiveness," is folish, but magnificent in its piti-
she says. ful faith and courage.
"It is only in exceptional cases
in which the masculine mind works Martha Cook Gives
yin!i foniininP hadv-a in thOe case '1

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the
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ic of the Variety characterizes the sociall
e next im- program of the sororities for thisI
y of music, week, as.it includes breakfasts and
ormal, reli- luncheons for the seniors, formal,
iddle ages and informal dances, faculty teas'
irected by and rushing parties.:
she Fresh- Sixteen seniors of Alpha Omicron
1 assist the ' Pi were entertained at breakfast
iymns typ- this morning by Miss, Doris Kuhn,
lassical, or of Detroit, at her summer home on
ted by a Walnut Lake. Last Thursday night
artificial the sorority gave a rushing dinner
lar in Italy in honor of four guests. Spring flow-
, in charge ers and ivory tapers centered the
will repre- table.
e sixteenth Last Wednesday night, Mrs. Roy
Cowden, and Mrs. Neil H. Williams,
charge of patronesses of Alpha Xi Delta, gave
.s the sev- a supper for the seniors of the
esents the sorority at the home of Mrs. Cow-
Following 'den on Olivia street. Today a lunch-
music of eon is being given for the seniors at.
poraries is Huron Hills Country Club by the

III U ±VII1Z ny-ubII lL
of great Elizabeth, Catherine of
STAFF OF DRAMA
CAMP TO RECEIVE
Formal Program Will Follow 6
o'Clock Tea at League.
Members of the staff of' tl1e Lake;
Charlevoix Dramatic canp have
juht completed plans for the re-
ception which they will hold from
5:30 to 8 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in the Grand Rapids room of
the League building.
* Tea, which is to be served at 6,
o'clock, will be followed by a for-
mal program which will be present-
ed by members of the camp staff.
The women who will assist with
pouring are: Mrs. John Brumim,
Mrs. bscar J. Campbell, Mrs.,Fred-
erick B. Fisher, Mrs. Allison Ray
Heaps, Mrs. W. D. Henderson, and
Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson.
Spring flowers and yellow and
blue tapers were arranged on the
table to make an attractive deco-
ration scheme.
Members of the faculty, students,;
and townspeople who are interest-
ed in the camp and desire to learn
more of it are all invited to attend
the reception. Staff members wil
be delighted to answer any ques-
tions at all concerning the camp.'1
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Spring Dinner Dance
For Seventy Guests
Martha Cook dormitory enter-
tained last, night at a formal din-
ner dance. The arrangements were
carried out by Elinor Crile, '31, so-
cial chairman of the house, and the
simple scheme of decoration and.
favors was most effective. The din-
ing room was decorated with tulips
and tapers of harmonious coloring,
while the programs and place cards
were in the shape of tulips to cor-
respond with this floral decoration.
As favors for the men there were
gardnia boutonnieres.'
Some seventy couples attended
the affair, and consequently a
group of twenty entertained with
the same arrangements and scheme
of decorations in a private dining,
room at the Union. Later these
guests joined the others who had
dined at the dormitory and the
dance was carried on there. Don
Loomis furnished the music.
The garden, which was open dur-
ing the dance, was lighted by Jap-
anese lanterns strung across the
lawn.
Guests were received in Martha
Cook Dormitory from 8:00 until
8:30 by Ella Crile, '31, Kitty Van
Zoeren, '31, Miss Margaret Ruth
mith, and Miss Alta B. Atkinson.

BANQUET TO |FINI
'SPEEDBALL S -EAS[
Awards Will Be Made at Ann
Function for W.A.A. Boar
and Class Teams.
As one of the concluding fi
tions of the year, W. A. A. is pl
ning the annual banquet which
mark the, end of the speedball
son. The banquet will take plac
6 o'clock, Tuesday, June 2 at Pal
field house.
Members of the speedball tea
the old and newly elected W. A
boards, members of the Phys
Education faculty, all those
have been on other teams, and
women on the campus who
interested are invited to the af
Since W. A. A. speedball awo
-are being made at this time, a
those who have taken part in
sport this year should plan to
present. Those who have earned
A. A. points during the year sh
have them checked up by H
Moore, the W. A. A. point recor
The interclass speedball teams
also be announced at this time
Jean Bentley, '33, newly ele
vice-president of W. A. A., and
speedball manager for the past
son, will be in charge of the 1
quet. The class managers, A
Neberly, '33, Marjorie Ellsworth
and Evelyn Sharff, '31, will b
charge of the tickets and rese
tions. Tickets for the banquet
go on sale next week, and rese
tions can be made by calling 311
Mosher-Jordan Hall
Hold Annual Elect
Jordan hall held its annual e
tions Tuesday evening. The off
elected will serve pro tem until
regular elections next Noven
The ones chosen. were Jeann
Wright, '32 as senior president,:
Bush, '33, as junior president,
Alta Place, '34, as sophomore p:
dent.
Mosher hall elected its officer,
the coming year Thursday rn
Lois Benson, '32 will serve as se
president, Helen Bailey, '33 as
ior, and Nolda McCalmley, '3'
sophomore.
New kinds of soybeans have]t
brought to the United States t
government plant explorer
spent two years in the Orient.

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diance, in
nd a golli-J
ization, in

ast, and one of the most ef-;
, numbers is a modernistic,
in which all the movements
f and mechanical' imitating
tions of a huge machine. At
d of the performance, the
s representing every age will'i
ore appear on the stage.
it on Central Committee.
imen women who have been
g on the Cential committee
Pageant'are: Harriet Jen-
'31, general chairman; Ruth
,'34, as the assistant general
an; Elizabeth Cooper, '34Ed,1
an of the finance commit-
,rgaret Cole, '34, chairman of
mce commitee; Ada Black-
4, chairman of the costumes
tee; Dorothea Hunt, '34, in
of the properties; Jean Eck-
SM, chairman of the music
tee; Pauline Brooks, chair-
[ the poster committee; and
Mayer, '34Ed, chairman of
>gram committee.
ERSITY OF DENVER-Play
Lon students here w h o
to turn professional were
°d in their attempt, by the
hairman of the cast. The
s who took part in an ex-
formance of the play which
all the commotion, demand-
they be paid money in ad-
o the half semester's course
which they had been prom-

Ann Arbor alumnae of Alpha Xi
Delta. Tomorrow afternoon the
sorority is giving a tea for about
one hundred members of the facul-
ty. Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson, and Mrs.
C. J. Lyons will pour.
Zeta Tau Alpha is giving a form-,
al dance tonight at the Women's
Athleti building. Dr. L, V. Hewitt
and Mrs., Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs.I
Hobart Hoyt, all of Detroit, andl
Mrs. Mary Tuller are to act as
chaperons:
Zeta Tau Alpha wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Violet Lyle,
'33, of Bridgeport.,
Alpha Chi Omega are giving a
breakfast for their seniors tomor-
row morning.

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