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TENNIS FINALS
Bond, '32, and Virginia
'32, will play off the final
ni the W.A.A. tennis tourna-
4 o'clock next Monday aft-
on the cou ts at Palmer
natch is the result of a
ient of 64 entrants which
der the direction of the
tennis manager, Virginia

PEGASUS RIER
Show-Horse and Form-Riding
Contests Are Features in Drill
by Women's Society.
First, second, and third place rib-
bons were awarded to winners of
four events in the horse showa
which members of Pegasus, women's
riding society, gave yesterday after-
noon, on Twelfth street. The musi-
cal chair race was won by Eliza-
beth Cooper, '34, and a contest for
carrying eggs on a spoon went to
Helen Clark, '34.
There were two competitions for
form-riding, one with pacing horses
and a second for walking, trotting
and cantering. Irene Thomas, '33,
received first prize in the first event
and second, third, and fourth,
places awarded to Ruth: Babbitt, '31,
Eleanor Rairdon and Cile Miller,
'32. Dorothy Dye, '32, was judged
the best rider in the second event
while Mrs. Lyons, Jo Rulison, '31 ,
and Elizabeth Cooper, '34, placed
second, third and fourth respective-
ly. Dr. F. L. Arner, of Ann Atbor
was the judge for all of the con-

CLASS MANAGERHS,
PLAN FORHOCKEYI
Teresa Romani,-'33 Announces
Exhibition Games for
Orientation Week.
Plans are already underway and
quickly being completed for next
semester's field hockey season that
gives promise of being one of the
best which the Women's Athletic
Association has ever sponsored.

MUSIC STUDENTS,
TO GIVERECITAL
Pupils of Prof. Hackett Plan
Joint Recital.
Ruth McCormick, '31, of. Union-
town, Pennsylvania, and Margorie
McClung, '31, of Grand Rapids,
Michigan, voice students under Pro-
fessor Arthur Hackett of the School
of Music, will give a joint gradua-
tion recital at the School of Music
Tuesday night, June 2 at 8:15
o'clock.

COLLECTION OF
PLANTS KEPT,

Tealdi Explains Purpose
Arboretum Is for Study
of Specimen Groups.

of have the students rea:
arboretum is for the
and to their best in

"Are you one of the few studentsI
on campus that can tell me off-
hand just what the arboretum is
for?" asked Prof. Aubrey Tealdi of
the landscape design department,I
who is director of the Nichols Ar-
boretum. "We are apt to forget that
the student body changes complete-
ly every four years, and that many
students never know of the work
we dO there."I

FOREIGN AND
HERE, SAYS P

with us to protect the
plants.
"We do no exper
breeding,"continued I
Tealdi, "but we set ou
common varieties. The
tiful lilacs which have b

n started on April 6
nite play began just
'acation.
>or weather conditions
rst two weeks of play,
was aroused in the
has been steadily in-
Iat it is expected that
I be played before a

be-

ivionctay aft-

.e promises to be one ofI
of the season at both
ma and Jordan I have
ly strong line-ups and
evenly matched all the

two teams'
e 16 which
it and the
'ill be pre-
iural base-I
pa Gamma,
he banquet
ns and wo-
t this year
e of poorer
re was ex-
wn by the
in Elimina-

tests.
Hurdling and an exhibition of the
show horse Ahmod, of Mr. Guy
Mullisson were features of the
event. The entire squadron rode in
a series of different formations
throughout the show.
The women who participated in
the exhibit were Helen Clark, '34,.
Elizabeth Cooper, '34, Dorothy Dye,
'32, Charlotte Hughson, '32, Mar-
garet Hayes, '32, Alice Keegstra,
'32Ed, Corrine, Krentler, '32, Cile
Miller, '32, Jean Perrin, '32, Mari-
anna Paddock, '32, Janet Michael,
'32, Irene Thomas, '33, Josephine
Rulison, '31, Eleanor Rairdon, '33,
Phyllis Swift, '34, and Ruth Bab-
bitt, '31.
Members of the drill teamn were
assisted by Mrs. A. S. Lyons, and
Mr. Guy Mullison, from whose sta-
bles the horses were rented.
At a meeting Thursday night Pe-
gasus selected its officers for next
year. Corrine Krentler, '32, was
elected president and Eleanor Rair-
don, '33, secreary-treasurer.

Teresa Romani, '33, who is the
W. A. A. manager for the interclass
season has made arrangements for,
an exhibition match to be played
during Orientation week next sem-
ester between the Senior and the
Junior class teams.
At this time Miss Romani and
Helen Townsend, '32, W. A. A. in-
tramural sports manager for next
year will both give short talks to
new students explaining to them
about the hockey season here at
Michigan and the important place
which it occupies in the lives of the
women students.
Two of the class hockey managers
have already been selected to assist
Miss Romani with the tournament.
They are: Marion Heald, '33, who,
will act as manager of the junior
players; and Frances Manchester,.
'34, who will be in charge of the
sophomores.
The senior manager will be an-
nounced next week and the fresh-
man will be announced at the be-
ginning oZ the season next fall.
The curious way in which field
hockey was introduced into the
schools has been described by Con-'
stance Applebee in an article which
she wrote for The Sportswoman.
,"Some thirty-odd years ago, two
young English women left Oxford
College to teach in a large school in
.the South of England. At Oxford
two or three afternoons a week had
been devoted to recreation practic-
ing and playing matches with the
college hockey club," wrote Miss
Applebee.{
But when they arrived at their
new school, they found hockey had
not yet arrived there. "However,"
she continued, "they wandered off
into a field .and got what amuse-
ment they could from hitting balls
to each other, and one wet day,
they received peremtory summons
from the head of the school to go
to her office at once.
"They found that a pupil had re-
ported to the perplexed head that
two of the teachers must have gone
mad and were in a field throwing
mud at each other with big sticks
l-in their hands.

These two musicians both have t
made splendid reputations in theirI
numerous s t u d e n t appearances.
Piano accompaniments for Miss
McCormick will be played by Ava
Comin Case, of the Piano faculty
of and for Miss McCulng, Helen
Van Loon, a piano student. of the
school.
Their joint program will be as
follows:
Papillons ........ .....Chausson
Clair de Lune ...FaureJ
Green ....Debussy
Barcarolle. ....... Gounod
Ruth McCormick
The Bird of the Wild erness......
.. ... Horsman;
The Shepardess .........Horsman,
The Black Bird's Song..Cyril Scott
Moon Marketing.........Weaver
Ecstasy......... .... Rummel
Margorie McClung
Air "Depuis le Jour" from "Louise"
. . . ..... ...Charpentier
Ruth McCormick
Aria "0 mio babbino caro" from
Gianni chichi.......... Puccini
Girometta ......'.........Sibella
Stornello..............Cimara
Ouvre tes yeux bleus. Massenat
Hymne au soleil. ...........Georges
Margorie McClung.
The Soft Footed Snow........Lie
The Land of Silence ........Quilter
The Palanquin Bearers.....Shaw
A Knight of Bethlehem. .Thomson
a -
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H ALLER'S
State Street Jewelers

"The aim of the arboretum," he
explained, "is to grow a collection
of native and foreign plants in such'
a way as to show their habits when
grown either as specimens or in
groups and masses and to make
Sthem readily available for study
both by students and the general
public." "However, it is not merely
a botanical garden," he continued,
"and that is where the landscaping'
comes in. We try to create differ-
ent pictures at different seasons byf
a careful arrangement of the flow-
ers according to the time they blos-
som.,",
In speaking of the use of the ar-
boretum by the students Professor
Tealdi said, "I am glad to see that
of late more persons are visiting it
and less damage is being done to
the displays. A number of years
ago, it was common to find many
plants broken and some dug up and
.carried away. We are anxious to

Mrs. Helen W
star will not con
bledon matches
ing to an Associ
For the last four
the woman's cha
lent to the Woi
each year, the
state.
The United E
among nations o
ternity case mol

ing so much attention
are French hybrids. Ot
play will be the peony
the present weather p
garden will probably
about June 12. Specta
admitted from noon ur
long as the blossoms co
"As more and more
tural beauties of Michig
troyed by commercial e:
said Professor Tealdi in
"the value of the Arb
become more apparer
vision of the donors an
of the Board of Regents
versity and the city of
in preserving and devel
be appreciated more wi
goes on."

Villanelle ...............
Ruth McCormick
Aria "Dich Theure Halle"
"Tannhauser"........... .
Margorie McClung

Goatley
from
Wagner

>r team will meet the
layers in the speedball
h will be played at 4:15
7 afternoon at Palmer
game is to be the last
e intramural-interclass

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to Be More Confident in Modern Art,

Do you think this Modern Art "Euro
:oing to last, or is it pretty much have co
passing fancy?" Walter Dorwin j good or
gue attempts to answer this glowing
stion in a recent article in the asserts.
vertising Arts magazine.
It is amazing that we Americans
a nation should be so daringly
gressive in all forms of applied'
mce, in al phases of industrial
;anization and engineering de-
opment, but so panicky, confused
i reactionary in all matters of
te. We must learn to have the
ne courage and confidence in,
,dern design that we have in our
er accomplishments," Mr. Teague

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nfidence in her own taste,
bad. And yet America with
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