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MEN TAKE IT ON THEGCIN IN 'N MAN'S LAND'

mte taoed their friends at a tea.
Amn . az toVedanesdyay afternoon. Mrs. Flor-,
once W. ,Tousey and lMiss Euice, ihetSanig raiz o
Be lfade; SeVcna Elected Vd<tn Carnp poured. Edith Harwith," to Have Swimming Cup
$o v~ -oe yNi. '32, SlyBloom, , and Geniveve frIe.
Davis, '33, were in charge of the ____
Dcc uisc tv-thiryds of the mein- ,efrent. A-nong the guests were Dean Alidpnet' oo't
beso h oe' tltcAs-Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeannette PerryIAlidpnetadsriy
ben o: heW lla..n . thetc ss- Mrs. Henry W. Dou glass, and Dr.!I women will compete 'n the inr2a-
ciation ;,Tre nlot able to cast votes Margaret Bell. Spring flowers were mural swimming meet to be held a
esterlay aftcrin ?n, all memnbersE used for decoration. 17:45 o'clock April 5 in the Union-
are asked to mail their decision in-! Betsy Barbour. 1 pool.
to Dorothy Elsworth, '42. president.: President and Mrs. Ruthven will; Besides diving and erga' ni c-
^hat there shall be four elective be entertained at a, formal tea giv- relays, there will bo four eets,
offices, presidennt. vieprden , en in their honor at B etsy Barbour ; ratiecal n rcn ak
:~ecrectary and trepsilrer, instead ofrrhursday evening. Gather guests dbreast, he reawl, a scngb«four
seven i i the nature of the amend- w ill include Secretary, and Mrs., [n the dvn hr ilas efr
scent. The other threve offices which f ' ' ;Smith., Deans and Mrs. events, the runznixng front, a back
wculd be appointive are publicity Bates, Regent Ester 'Aarsh Cram,' dive, the jack knife, and one op-
oz (- ntaurlmaaer, n Regent and Mrs. Beal, Dean anad tional dive only. Students need not'
point recorder. Mrs. Luber, Dr. and AYIrs. Brut-c try out for the organization relays
Several changes have been made Professor John Tracy, Professor r the iving. They mnay enter thne:e
on the executivo boardc for thisI John W. Eaton. Mr. and. Mrs. H. B. two cvcnsts on the final night. In
year. Eisie Ficthwdzn, '<<3, xviii be Earhart. trom the amourgaf>n itn; eac
publicity manager, Ruth Robinson, Phi Siena Sigma;. fomneir: g:]a lo i on
1 34, golf manager, Gladys Schroed- Phi Sigmna Sigma ent ertaineci o throo c-,~et~
_r, , s peedbali manag-erGather- cF(X ~L~ n ~u-fday afternoon at openhue nTe rr ti r-v~ m
inc Resntschler, '3E , archery man-' hon or of the initiates. Roses were ubro pinswlwnth
ager, GaeMyr 3,itaua used in the decorations for the af- swimming cup iven egvery ea.
manager, Margaret Martingale, '34, fIr.PiOmganowhayoe up.I
bowling manager, and Harriet Jen- far.______-anw as-h cp.I
' ~order Ilo keep the cup permanently
nings, '34, dancing. WOMEN'S FOOTBALL i utb o he ie nsc
-BART ___ ____S-PEAKScessio.
BA T ET PE K Co-eds at University of Mel- In air this events first place will
TO WOMECLUB bourne, Australia, have included count { ve points, second place will
football as a women's major inter- count t hree points, artd third place
collegiate sport. The men in order will count one point. Before enter-
Garden Section of Club Enjoys Ito get back at the women, have ing th& meet tryouts maust be he d.
.. ~illustrated Lecture.I taken up knitting as a, major con- The 16 highest fi each event will;
ference sport. be invited to swim in the final meet.

-'hoto by Dey tudi
Comedy teams of the 1932, Junior Girls' Play who will add to the iversatility of the production. From
left to right are Parrish Hiker, domineering fooetball captain), who tells Alie Bo&-r a thing or two. Betty
V'an Horn and Vinselle Bartlett caper musically through the play.

Committee Asks W'omen to Sign
Up for Dances at Barbour'k
Gymnasium.
Freshman women held their firstj
j general rehearsal of all dances in-
cluded on the program of this year's
Freshman pageant yesterday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. Mviss
Emily White, instructor of rhythms
in the women's physical education
department, is training the dancers.
The central committee of the
pageant wishes to urge all women
who desire to take part in the af-
fair to sign up in Barbour gymna-
sium immediately 'and begin at-
tending rehearsals in order that fi-
nal program arrangements may be
made.
Appointments to committees willI
be announced early next week.

COLLECTION OF HSOR fl1 PPNTS
SONIN ALUMNI AMEMORI ,IAL HALL

l)urer, Van .dyke, and Whistle:"
IIncludcd in Lxhibition From
Four Centu~ries.
An exhibit of 100 etchings aind
dry-prints is now being helc. in
alumni Memorial xail. "This ex-
hibit of prints is not onliy excep-
tional for the individual works, but;
also for it:s unusual historical sigl.-
i ficance," said Miss Isob l IHuai-
bard, assistant curtotr In the divis-
ion of fine arts, when interviewed.
"Beginning with Durer, four cen-
turies of the greatest etchings arc
represented," continued Miss Hub-
bard. "It is hard to cite any par-
ticLar piece of work here for its
merits as the collection comnpri-es
the efforts of the finest artists of
Europe and the United SMates over
this period."
Included in the exhibit. are three

zeinous portraits of Van Dyne, 'Tile Faculty Women's Club will
oibra: not' etchin~~ "Drawing in hold its regular meeting this after-
thethi c ." hica sowsthear- ;noon at three o'clock in t he Lydia.
the in~bw' wica howsthe Mendelssohn theatre with the Gar-
mals niviecy of tone, and a print den section of the club sponsoring
:z thwPort Scene by Jongkind, a the program.
Netherlandc artist of the nineteenth Prof. Hrley HI. Bartlett of the
c fntiirv. "Wde are especially for- ; 3otany department of the univer
t Uoate," pointed out Miss Hubbard,; sity will give an illustrated lectureH
in :hov)ing eight prints by Whistler entitled "A Michigan Naturalist in I
x hich a eve.,ey representative of the the Mayan Country." Mrs. Ransom
diiffc exint p; riods of his etching, as H-afley is chairman of the Garden'
well as tl e fi er prints by the late section.
Jean-Louis For ain. T he p ie c e Alter the lecture tea will be serv-E
Conrad Listening to Music,' by ed as a social hour follows the
>lurh7cad Bone, a Britisher of this meeting.
tscntury, is also quite remark-
able." she said.I Is
This comprehensive historical "Love The Bunk"
survey is held under the auspices of, e
the College Art Association and was!I
vision of fine arts.
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