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' THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

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LEAGUE PRESIDENT lAiR fi riio~ eEAeDII~Breakfast Closes

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LEA"UERESIDENTBreakfast Cose
DISCUSSES POLICY ENLSB 1 Year of Activi
I~AT FINAL BANOUUET! for Senior'

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ine Koch, '32, Announces
icy for Coming Year;
Activities Stressed.

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League Building Facilities
by Undergraduates.
Katherine M. O'Hearn, '31Ed, has
ween chosen stmmer president of
he Women's League, according to
in announcement by Katherine
Coch, '32, the new president. Selec-
ion of a staff of assistants has not
ret been made, but will be an-:
iounced at a later date.
In discussing the policy of thel
League for the coming year, Miss C
Coch stated that it had been plan-
zed to carry on with the same defi-'
Hite aims which were a part of this
rear's program.
To Follow Present Plan.
"Eleanor Cooke worked with the
)oard of directors on the plan of
,nteresting all women on campus
n the activities of the League, and'
n encouraging them to participate
n the League work in some man-
aer," she said. To this end, Miss
.ooke worked in conjunction with
he social director, Iiss Ethel Mc-
.ormick, and Jeannie Roberts, so-
:ial chairman. The series of after-
ioon .parties sponsored by different
iouses on campus was one of the
,chemes employed.
"Next year, we will stress the use
>f the facilities of the League build-
ng," Miss-Koch went on. "We will
iim. especially at acquainting all
indergraduates with the oppor-
unities available in the League it-
elf,. and in instilling in Michigan
vomen a realization of the spirit of
he League."
Will Present Program.
"As a means to this end, it has
been planned to offer a program in
he Lydia Mendelssohn theatre dur-
ng Orientation week next fall to
acquaint incoming women with the
rgahization, policies and activities [
f the League. On two successive
afternoons, groups of the freshman
vornen will gather tQ be introduced'
o officers of the League organiza-
ion, heads of the various class ac-
ivities, and members of the W.A.A.
oard. At the same time, skits from
he Junior Girls' Play, and the
Sophomore Cabaret will be given,
as well as Freshman Pageant
lances.
Reorganization of the annual
League bazaar is also being plan-
,ed, and possibility of d r a s t i c
thanges is being contemplated.
League Will Sponsor
Verse Anthology Sale
Sample copies of the new edition
>f Harper's Anthology of College
Verse have been received by the
League Library committee, accord-
ng to Frances Jennings, '31, chair-
nan. The committee is sponsoring
he sale of the volume, and will
ake orde"s for anyone interested.
The book contains selections by
everal Michigan students, two of
vhom are women.
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For more than twenty years,
Awards Presented to Sororities, graduating women have observed
Individuals for Athletic the custom of holding the annual.
Participation. senior breakfast, and the event has
Ptipt_ become one of the established cus-
The annual speedball banquet toms of the Michigan women. It
The nnul scedallculminates the activities of the
which was held last night at Pal- senior class, and is the "last occa-
mer field house culminated a sea- sion at which the graduates are
son's activities in sports and ath- present in a body.
letics. At this banquet, which was Presentation of a senior play im-
open to all women on campus, tmediately after the breakfast is one
W.A.A. individual awards, and in- of the chief features, and the pro-
tramural and interclass cups were duction is directed and cast by
made, while the honorary interclass members of the class. Susan Glas-
speedball team for this season was pell's "Supressed Desires" has been
named. chosen as this year's drama.
Jean Bentley, '33, manager of Among the highlights of the
speedball for the past season, and breakfast is the traditional "lemon
who has had charge of the banquet, ceremony." On this occasion, slices
acted as toast-mistress. Dr. Mar- of lemon are passed around, and
garet Bell awarded the letters, all women who have become engag-
sheilds, and cups which the teams ed during their college careers must
and individuals have won through- eat a slice.
!out the season. Another custom is the "candle
New Award Presented. ceremony," when all married sen-
,,lt a'iors blow out lighted candles which
hc wgivall-particpation cupmare passed around. Women who
plan to be married during the com-
this year was presented to Sigma ing year stand up and walk around
Kapp soroy w Kappa Kap- their chairs, according to the tra-
pa Gamma. was second. This cup is dition.
given on a basis of total points for This year, vomen will be allow-
the season. The house that has ac- ed to bring their mothers to the
quired the greatest number of first play which will be presented im-
places, second places, entrancs mediately after the breakfast.
points, and other W.A.A. points was mdaeyatrtebekat

JUNIOR TEAM WINS'
SPEEDALL FIN ALSHT
Freshmen Lose to Upper Class
Players in Last Game
of Tournament.
By winning over the freshmen
with a score of 8 to 6 yesterday
afternoon, the juniors have come
through the speedball tournament
undefeated.
This last was.a slow game with
some of the poorest playing of the
entire tournament, and no distinc-
tive work done by any one person.
However, there was much fouling
called on both teams.
The line-up for the Junior eleven
was: Esther LaRowe, center for-
ward; Sylvia Weiss, right inner;
Lorraine Larson, left inner; Violet
Canberg, center half; Betty Gardi-
ner, right half; Susan Manchester,
left half; Dorothy Birdzell, right
goal guard, Betty Loudon, left goal
guard; and Rosalyn Caley playing
goal keeper.
Freshman players were: Lydia
Seymour, center; Charlotte John-
son, right. inner; Dora Fliasohn, I
left inner, Ruth Kurtz, right wing;
Jean Porter, left wing; Elizabeth
Cooper, center half; Frances Man-
chester, right half; Miriam Hall,
left half; Barbara Andrews, goal
guard; and Alice Goodenow,goal
keeper.

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KATHERINE KOCH, '32, j
New president of the League, who'
has planned a vigorous campaign
for increasing the use of the facil-
ities of the League building by un-
dergraduates during the coming
year.
FORT Y BOOKS LOST1
IN LEAGUE LIBRAR Y
Inventory of Committee Shows
Mostly Poetry Missing. ,

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Completion of the yearly inven-
tory by members of the League Li-,
brary committee shows a loss of
more than forty volumes, according
to Francis Jennings, '31, general
chairman. Most of the missing
books were works of poetry.
"Theft of these library books is
a serious matter," stated, Miss Jen-
nings, "and we are already sure of
the identity of several of the of-
fenders. They will be subject to
expulsion by the Judiciary councilj
because of the severity of the mat-
ter, these women will be given a
week to return the books."
Because of the losses which have
been incurred this year, it is plan-
ned during the Summer Session,
as well as next year, to keep wo-
men on duty in the library at all
times, and to keep the room locked
when no one is in attendance."

thus honored. It was taken into.
consideration, when deciding which
house would get the trophy, that
the number of members would
make a difference in the number
of points that each house was able
to total. The cup was given on a.
basis of the percentage of the num-
ber of members in a house, there-
fore.

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Among the intramural awards
presented were the swimming cup,
which was won this year by Chi.
Omega, the baseball cup, which was'
given by Kappa Kappa Gamma, last
year's holders, to Jordan I. The.
Jordan team won the final game
from Delta Gamma, runners up in
the baseball tournament.
Elizabeth Whitney Honored
Elizabeth Whitney, '31, was pre-,
sented with an M, signifying that!
she has earned 1,000. W.A.A. points.
This is an honor that only two ;
others have ever won on this cam-'
pus. Twelve women were presented
with 300 point M's, eight with
speedball sheilds, and 14 with plain
rpcedballs for their sheilds, which
they have previously won.

LIFE OF SPANISH WOMEN SECLUDED
. UNTIL COLLEGE AGE IS REACHED
Professor Albaladejo Describes "The integrity of home life in
Home-Life of Professions Spain is an outstanding character-
in Interview ,istic. Mothers are really interested
in their families and live just for
"Young ladies of Spain for the them. One beautiful example of
most part are entirely dependent motherhood might be expressed in
on their parents and submit to all the following anecdote: Rosalia de
their wishes," stated Prof. Jose Al- Castro, an outstanding modern
baladejo of the Romance languages poetess, sits at the table pen inI
department in an interview recent- hand, holding her baby with the
ly. left arm," he stated.
"When the young women are be- ."In Spanish schools there is no
ing courted, and even after they coeducation until college or uni-
become engaged, a chaperon is al- versity. Before that period the
ways in evidence. One must have young ladies are taught by women'
a chaperon even for a short stroll, and the young, men by men, which_
and if the parents of the young is in keeping with the. fact that the
lady do approve of the man and young women lead a quite secluded
permit him to call openly, some life until they. attend college, if
member of the family is always in they do," he continued.
attendance. What a contrast this "Women are increasingly attend-
is to the American women who go ing the colleges however. The
and come when they wish, and daughter of a well-to-do family re-
never hesitate doing anything that ceives just as much education there
they favor," he continued. as she would here.

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