E THE MICHICAN DAILY PACIZ,
National Office of Athena to Be
at University During
Dorothy Daniels; '32, was electedj
president of Athena literary and
debating society last night. Bar-
bara Shuker, '33, was chosen to be
vice-president during the next se-
mester and chairman of the ,pro-
gram committee. Dorothy Peck,
'32, was elected secretary and Flor-
ence Hiscock, '32, treasurer. Isabel
Bonicave, '34, is Athena's represen-
tative to the oratorical board.
As the national offices of Athena
are to be at the University of Mich-
igan next year the publication of
the Gavel, national yearbook, will
be in charge of the local chapter.
Eleanor Rairdon, '33, will be editor
] of the Gavel.
Jane Bean, '32, was chosen par-
liamentarian. A pledge committee
and rooin committee for next year
will also be named by the incom-
Florence Hiscock, '32, is the re-,
tiring president and other officers
during the last semester were Doro-
thy Daniels, '32, vice-president,
Barbara Shuker, '33, secretary,
Marie Wellstead, '32, treasurer, and
Eva Hesling, '31, representative to
the Oratorical Board.
DORMITORIES, SORORITIES GIVE
ENTERTAINMENTS TO END SEASON
Members of Social Cornmittee
at Martha Cook Honored
Tuesday evening the directors of
Martha Cook, Miss Alta B. Atkin-
son, house director, and Miss Mar-
garet Smith, social director, enter-
tained the members of the student
committee of the dormitory at a
dinner in the Women's League
This committee included Kathryn
Van Zoeren, '31, president, Ella
Crile, '31Ed, vice-president, Mary
Hagaman, '31Ed, secretary, Jessie
Winchell, '31, treasurer, Edith Ellen
Haughey, '31, senior representative,
Lucille Oldham, '32, junior repre-
sentative, Catherine Shannon, '31,
night chairman, and Winifred Kel-
logg, '31Ed, health chairman.
A silver spoon was presented to
each member of the committee as
a token of appreciation for the
splendid work that every woman
has done throughout the school
The tables were decorated with
s p r i n g flowers and attractive
matching tapers, which gave a
charming atmosphere to the affair.
Sunday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock
the June vesper service which is an
annual affair at Martha Cook will
be held in the blue room of the
dormitory. Mrs. Frederic B. Stevens
will read the scripture, and Dr.
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