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7, 1930

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LEAGUE WILL GIVE'
TEA DANCE TOAY
Guests of Honor Will be New
Students and Faculty

Advisors.
PLAN SERIES OF

TEAS

Freshmen, new students, and
faculty advisors will be guests of
honor at the informal tea given by
the League this afternoon from 4.
to 6 o'clock in the ballroom. An
orchestra for dancing has been
engaged and refreshments will be
served. Bridge tables will be avail-
able for those who wish to play.
League and Women's Athletic
Association officers and committees
will act as hostesses. Jeannie Rob-
erts, '32, chairman of the social
committee, is in charge of arrange-
ments for the party. Miss Ethel
McCormick, of the physical educa-
tion department, is faculty advisor1
for this and future Leagueteas.
Plans have been made to receivea
about 400 guests this afternoon.
All freshman groups that attend1
the tea complete with every mem-
ber of the group and with faculty
and student advisors will be given
a special entertainment later under
the direction of the League social,
committee. It is the hope of the
committee, Miss Roberts said, that-
all faculty women, in addition to
freshman advisors, will come to the
tea this afternoon, and the subse-
quent bi-monthly teas the League
will give.
Organized houses are co-operat-
ing with the League this year in
sponsoring all League parties. In
order to allow League houses to
take advantage of this system, they
have been divided into groups of
five houses each, and every group
will be hostess to one party. The
next League tea, which will be
given on Friday: afternoon, Novem-
ber 21, will be given by one of these
groups of League houses.
Smart
and Becoming Hats
to fit the large collar at
reasonable prices.
WE REMODEL HATS
Dana Richardson
IN THE ARCADE

MRS. CRAM GIVES
OUTLINE OF WORK
Woman Regent Stresses Social
Side of Position.
Mrs. Leroy V. Cram, in outlining
her duties as Regent of the Uni-
versity, stresses the social side quite
as much as the business part. She
infers that through the teas and
dinners that she attends, she is
brought in contact with students
and faculty members who may be
definitely connected with, or whose
opinions may bear on some future
action planned by the Regents.
There are eight members of the
Regent's body and two are elected
every four years. Mrs. Cram was
appointed by the governor when a
vacancy occured in the organiza-
tion. She explains, "The work is
carried on by means of committees
which take charge of problems
arising in the different schools of
the university. However, many,
difficulties are settled by the heads
of the departments, because so!
many mattrs arise that it would
be impossible to bring them before
the Regents.
Mrs. Cram states that one of the.
important issues that the Regents
are considering is the question of
the maintenance of the large tractsi
of land that are in the possession+
of the University.

FRESHMAN MAJORS,
DEFEAT AAEMC
Juniors Tie Sophomores 5-5 in
Fast Game; Consistent
Teamwork Shown.
Hard but wild hitting featured
a tie hockey game played yesterday
between the juniors and sopho-
mores. This game was very fast,f
and was marked by hit, run andS
miss playing. The juniors showed
consistent teamwork, and an occa-
sional spurt made the game an
interesting one to see. The last
goal made by the juniors brought1
the score to 4-4, and it was the re-
sult of excellent teamwork by the
forward line.
The freshman majors defeated
the freshman academics 5-0 in a
one sided game. However, the
academics fought to the end, and
were only beaten because of the
majors superior play.
Jean Botsford, Audrey Callender,
and Jean Bentley were the stars of
the sophomore team.
Olive Dawes and Pauline Brooks
did the best playing for the fresh-
man academics, a n d Elizabeth
Cooper, Corinne Fries, and Ruth
Kurtz starred for the majors.

DINNER TO HONORI
FOREIGNSTUDENT'
Thanksgiving Banquet Will be
Held at Union.
Thanksgiving banquet, g i v e n
annually in honor of all foreign,
students under the auspices of thel
Student Christian Association andl
World fellowship committee of the}
League, will be held the Wednesday
evening before Thanksgiving at
the Union.
There will be several speakers
whose names will be announced
later. As is customary faculty
members will be invited to sit atl
the head of each table to act as
hostesses. Janet Michael, '31, chair-
man of the World fellowship com-
mittee, is in charge of all arrange-
ments for the affair that concern
women.
Contributions have been accepted
in the past from faculty members
to cover the expenses of the ban-
quet. This year, however, sororities
and fraternities are donating funds
for the dinner.

HONORARY GROOP
HOLDSINITIATION;
Alpha Alpha Gamma to Honor
Famous Interior Decorator
November 10.
Alpha Alpha Gamma, honorary
n a t i o n a1 architectural sorority,
held initiation for this semester
Wednesday night in the Women's
League building. Mrs. Winifred
Fowler, wife of Herbert A. Fowler,
head of decorative design in the
Arch tectural College, was made an
honorary member at this time; the.
student initiates were Paula Fales,
'32A, Betsy Ebert, '32A, Mable Mc-
Cutcheon, '32A, Milda Josenhans,
'32A, and Frances Young, '32A.
At the regular weekly meeting at
8 o'clock on Monday night, Novem-
ber 10, in the committee room at
the Women's League buliding, the
society is giving a "steaker," to
which the public is invited,

Talking Pictures Have
New Craze Over

Countrv.

"Never before has tap dancing
been so popular as now, especially
with women," affirms Mr. Roy
Hoyer. Mr. Hoyer, who coached the
"Road to Rome" for Mimes last
year, has opened a dancing studio
in Ann Arbor which will be open
until the first of July when he ex-
pects to go back to the stage.
"Close to a hundred university
w o m e n have enrolled in my

Spread

TAP DANCING PROVES POPULARITY
TAP DANCING IS VERY POPULAR

classes," Mr. Hoyer states.
He believes that this increased
interest in tap dancing on the part
of women may be due to the talk-
ing-picture. "By means of the talk-
ing-picture, people have been able
to see and hear good tap-dancing;
and the craze for it has spread all
over the country."
It is due to the request of several
women students that Mr. Hoyer
opened his studio here. "The women
of the University of Michigan seem
to be very interested in this type
of dancing," he said.
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