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SDAY, APRIL ,THE MICHIGAN DAILY Y

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League Spring Dinner

DIRECTS DANCE LIS0, TO HOLD
I ANNUAL ELECTIONS

in Mendelssohn Theatre.
Election of five members of the
central committee for the 1933 Jun-
ior Girls' play will be held at 4:15#
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre, ten wo-
men having been nominated for the
different positions. Other nomina-
tions may be nmtade from the floor,
although all proposed candidates
must be eligible.,
The nominees for the positionsI
include Frances Manchester and I
Ruth Robinson, for general chair-
man; Marion Giddings, and Alta;
Place, assistant chairman; Eliza-
beth Cooper and Ruth Lovejoy,
treasurer, Ruth Kurtz ano Annie
McIntyre, chairman of properties,
s.nd Prudence Foster and CorrineI
Fries, for chairman of program. }

SUNDER NEW STUDENT ASSISTANTS -TO
History of Music as ShownIy teeaher's certiDcae in dancing from
THREE_ IV I S10 NS Dance' Is Theme for Annual Glf Park College for women whore CI E NUHLCIA
Presentation. she studied f-r two y.r Last year -
Mixed Doubles New Feature of -- . .she studied under M'irgaret Doubler Helen Van Loon, '32SM, to Play
Tennis Meet; Entries , A land of dance and music-that's at the University o.f Wisconsin, who Today in Lydia Mendelssohn
Close Tomorrow. Barbour gym these days with the was the first person to introduce Theatre Performance.
Freshman Pageant rehearsals un- dancing of the Wigman school into
Three separate tournaments will derway. The theme for this year's educational work. While there she Culminating several years of cx-
feature the spring tennis season. production is "The History of Music appeared in the annual Dance perience as a pianisi, Helen Van-
Jean Porter, '34, tennis manager, as Shown Through the Dance." Drama which is recognized through- Loon, '32SM, will give a graduation
out the country as ani. outstanding'
announced yesterday that there will Miss Emily White, instructor in t n a. n o g recital at 4:15 o'lock today ithe
be a singles tournament, an intra- rhythms in the department of groups. Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. The
mural doubles and mixed doubles. Physical Education for women, who Miss Zimmerman has had exten- performance will be open to the
Entries will be closed tomorrow has charge of the dancing in the sive training under some of Detroit's public.
night. Those who are planning to pageant is being assisted by two foremost teachers of the dance and Miss VanLoon is a major in the
participate should sign up either at University women who have already at present she has classes on Satur- school of music. She played with
Barbour gymnasium or at the Pal- had considerable training, Mary days in Wyadotto. She is assisting the Univerity symphony orchestra
mer Field house and should state Pray'34,with the Gavotte and Ballet groups this year, and in 1927 she won the
for what tournament they are en- MPray, a ois Zien, '35. Miss White has shown enthusiasm piano contest for greater Detroit;
tering..the Modern, Primitive and Strauss over the type of work that the two which w s sponsored by the Music
All sororities, dormitories, and waltz groups principally received a women have been doing on the Trade Association in Detroit
League houses are eligible for the pageant. She says, "I hope that the 11er program will be as follows:
intramural doubles and they may 'Freshmen women appreciate the Bach, Toccata in D major: Schu-
enter as many teams as they wish. I effort which Miss Pray and Miss mann, Phantasy in C major;
The mixed doubles will be held for T A T A immerman are making because ; Chopin, Etude Opus 25, No. 2 Fan.

both men and women.

Permits to

30, in the League ballroom. The names were submitted by aI
--- ---- -ominating committee consisting of
the two sophomore representatives
to the board of directors, Ruth Du-
hPe andMarion Giddings, and a
RIDING EXHIBITIBNhd sophomore, chosen by them,
1 N X HFBI'I T rances Manchester.
The judiciary council will be in
charge of the election, and the
meeting twill be addressed by Jean
Amateur Women Equestrians to lct ford. '33, chairman of this
year's play. Caucusing is strictly
Vie for Places in Annual prohibited,
Spring Horse Show, _ __

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play on the women's courts will be
issued to those who take part in
this tournament.
The list of the matches will be
drawn up and posted the latter part
of the week at the Palmer Field
house. Any women who would like
any information or who will not
be able to sign up by this time
should call Miss Porter.
NOTICE
Young women students who
hold a life membership in the
Michigan League may now secure
a refund of nine dollars on this
year's tuition fee by presenting
their life membership cards at
the Alumni Council office in the
League building. The office is
open from 8 to 12 o'clock and
from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
Mrs. W. D. Henderson,
in charge of League funds.

NTER C LA S
Open practice for baseball will
begin from 4 to 6 o'clock today and
will continue at the same time
every day this week. A full team is
not necessary as this opportunity is
for work out and coaching only.
The round robin will begin Monday,
April 25.
At the meeting of the athletic
managers held yesterday it was de-
cided that baseball would be the
spring sport; a team was to consist
of six players at least; there would
be only underhand pitching, and
bases were to be 45 feet. Time pre-
ferences are to be handed in by.
Wednesday night-final. Teams may
play at 4 o'clock and at 5 o'clock
Monday and Wednesday. There will
be three fields open.

Plans for the annual spring horse! Seen on CampUS
show and riding exhibition spon-
sored by Pegasus are being made, _
according to an announcement by-
Eleanor Rairdon, '32. Daffodil yellow such as one very!
Tryouts will meet at 7:15 o'clock charming young lady chose for her
tomorrow night in the lobby of the spring suit presented a most cheer-
League building and will go to I ful note in the fashion parade
Mullison's fairground stables. The which strolled across the campus
purpose is to find some of the best yesterday morning. Accents of deli-
equestrians on the campus to par- cate brown squirrel matched per-
ticipate in the show. Everyone who fectly the reddish brown tresses of
is able to ride and who wishes to the owner, while brown shoes of the
come is invited to tryout. same shade with dainty yellow1
Anyone interested in the show enamel buckles further stressed the
who will not be able to report color harmony. Her chapeau of
should call Constance Krentler, al. ballibuntal in a golden yellow com-
5718. Every woman who will meet pleted the costume and the whole
for the tryout will pay fifty cents. was a picture which many mascu-
The practice will be accompanied line as well as feminine eyes fol-
by music. lowed as she crossed the Diagonal.

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