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0. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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B. Braun, H. DeWitt, C. eesen Nominated for League Pre,

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Intramural -Interclass
ES PORTS
CHEDULE
"WEEK OF MARCH 28.

Enid Bush, Jane Rayen Will Run Badminton.
for Vice-President; Polling Second round of the tournament
Will Be All Day. to be played off by April 1. Oppor-
tunities to play at 4:15 o'clock
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and
K. KOCH SUBMITS NAMES Friday at Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall; 2 to 4 o'clock on Wednesday;
Jane Fauver and Josephine and 9 to 12 o'clock on Saturday
McC N C dimorning.
McCausey Named Candidates n Bowling.
for Recording Secretary. 4 to & o'clock every afternoon at
Women's Athletic building a t 5
Barbara Braun, '33, Helen De- cents a string; 7 to 9 o'clock every
Witt, '33, and Catherine Heesen, night at Women's Athletic building
'33, have been nomated to run (mixed at 15 cents a string).
Fencing.
for the presidency of the League, 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night at
according to an announcement Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
made yesterday by Katherine Koch, Ping Pong.
'32, present head. The elections Every afternoor and night at
Women's Athletic building and ev-
will take place Wednesday, April 6. ery afternoon at Barbour gymna-
the balloting being held at a booth slum.
in University hall. Posture.
Other nominations include Enid 7:15 to 7:45 o'clock Wednesday at
Bush, '33, and Jane Rayen, '33, for Barbour gymnasium.
vice-president, Jane Fauver, '34,. Tap Dancing.
and Josephine McCausey, '34, for 4 o'clock Wednesday at Woman's
recording secretary, and Ruth Duh- Athletic building; 7:30 o'clock Wed-
me, '34, and Marion Giddings, 3 nesday night at Barbour gymna--
for treasurer. sium.
Nomineesrfor other positions on Riding.
the judiciary council include Jane 4:15 o'clock Tuesday and Thurs-
Fecheimer, '33, and Margaret Keal, day-elective; 4:15 o'clock Monday
'33, one of which will be named as 'and Wednesday with class. Ar-
senior member to work with Mar- rangements may be made by calling
garet Schermack '33, and Mary Mr. Mullison before 2 o'clock to in-
Barnett, '33, who will continue their quire if class for credit is full for
present positions on the council,thtdy
and two juniormembers who willh Swimming.
8 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday
be selected from a list including nights at Union pool for timing for
Ada Blackman, '34, Harriet ien intramural meet n April 5.I

GTOFEATURE TEA
Seventh League Party Will Be
Held From 4 to 6 o'Clock
Friday Afternoon.
Further arrangements for the
seventh monthly League tea, which
will be eld from 4 to 6 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon in the main ball-
room of the League, were announc-
ed yesterday by Enid Bush, '33,
social chairman of the League. The
affair will honor members ,of the
League board of directors, all of
whom will be present.
The feature of the entertainment
will be a fashion show of the latest
spring sports models. The styles will
be furnished by B. Siegel and Com-
pany, of Detroit, and will be model-I
ed by women students of whom
Vinselle Bartlett, '33, Adelaide Sim-
ons, '32, and Jane Mitchell, '32Ed.,
have so far been named.
Maxwell Gail and his orchestra
will play for dancing, Mr. Gail serv-
ing as accompanist for the fashion
parade, and tables for bridge will
also be available.
Tea will be served. from 4 to 6
o'clock, and Mrs. Gerrit Diekema,
director of Betsy Barbour house,
and Mrs. Florence Tousey, director
of Helen Newberry residence, have
been asked to pour.
Members of the League social
committee, who are assisting Miss
Bush with the arrangements in-
clude Margaret Ferrin, '33, Parrish
Riker, '33, Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '33,
Margaret O'Brien, '33, Josephine
Woodhams, '34, Eleanor Walkin-
shawe, '32, Margaret Martindale,
'34SM., Harriet Holden, '33, Ruth
Robinson, '34, Helen Clark, '34SM.,
and Ruth Duhme, '34.

WOMEN ANNOUNCE
WAAELECTIO
Nominating Committee to Sub-
mit Names of 14 Women
for 7 Offices.
Annual election of the officers of
the Woman's Athletic Association,
will be held Wednesday, April 6,
according to an announcement by
Dorothy Elsworth, '32, president.
The polling will take place in Uni-
versity hall and the booths will be!
open until 5 o'clock.
Only active members of the or-
ganization will be permitted to vote.
That is, all women who have earn-
ed five activity points and have
paid their dollar cues.
Seven women will be elected to
fill the positions of president, vice-
president, secretary, treasurer! pub-
licity manager, point recorder, and
intramural m a n a g e r. Fourteen
names will be submitted by the
nominating committee which con-
sists of Dorothy Elsworth, Marjorie
Hunt, '32, secretary, Susan Man-
chester, A. C. A. C. W. manager, and
Agnes Graham, tresurer.

Alpha Delta Pi.1
FMiss Cone ia Burwell of Niagara
Falls, New York was the alumna
guest of Alpha Delta Pi this past'
week.
The senior class held a spread at
the sorority house Monday evening
after the opening performance of
the Junior Girl's Play, in honor of
the Junior class.
Alpha Epsilon IotaI
Alpha Epsilon Iota held pledging
Thursday afternoon for Kathryn
Hoffman, '33, of Sandusky, Ohio,
and Eloise- Evans, '35M, of Dear-
born, Michigan, at their home.
Thursday afternoon.
Dr. Margaret Bell and Dr. Helene
Schust were entertained with a
formal dinner at the sorority house.
The table decorations were carried
out in yellow and white.
Alha Gamma Delta
Margaret Morris, '33, of Detroit,
was pledged recently by Alpha
Gamma Delta. Thursday evening a
formal dinner was held in honor of
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Bacher,
Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss Ellen
IStevenson, Prof. Walter Badger and
Mrs. Badger, and Prof. Walter Ford

and
was
and

Mrs. Ford. The banquet table
adorned with yellow daffodils
green tapers.

Society

Alpha Phi
An initiation was held Saturday
afternoon at the Alpha Phi sorority
in honor of Marie Abbot and Jean
Rice, of Ann Arbor; the Misses Har-
riet Knight, Frances Biddleton,
Winifred Pike, Betty Wunsch, Betty
Fetters, all of Detroit; Mary Brown,
of Trenton, Michigan; Jean Hen-
ning, Winnetka, Illinois, and Mar-
garet Grant of Monroe, Michigan.
A formal banquet was held after
the initiation at the house.

GRADUATE SCHOOL
WILL GIVE DANCE
Students of the graduate school
are planning a dance which is to
be held at 8:30 o'clock on Saturday,
April 2, in the Women's Athletic
building. Thetadmission fee for the
dance is to be 25 cents.
All students of the graduate
school are invited to attend, and
an invitation is also extended to
women students in the Colleges of
Law and Medicine. However, be-
cause of space limitations due to
the comparatively small size of the
building, an invitation can not be
extended to the men students of
these two colleges.

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