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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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'NO MAWI LNO0
HITS TO FEATURE
PROGRAM A E
Women's League to Honor Cast,
Choruses, Central Committee
of Junior Girls' Play.
SPECIALTIES TO BE GIVEN
Parrish Riker Will be Assisted by
Representatives From
Four Sororities.
Hits from "No Man's Land," this
year's Junior Girls' play, will feat-
ure the program of entertainment
for the eighth League tea which
will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock this
afternoon in the main ballroom of
the League. The tea will honor
members of the cast, chorus, and
central committee of the play, and
all women on campus are invited
to attend.
Betty Van Horn will sing her fa-
mous "Hungry Co-ed" number, Vir-
ginia. Murphy will offer the popular
"My Ideal," and Margaret Scher-
mack and Vinselle Bartlett will do
dance specialties.
Four Sororities Assist.
Parrish Riker, '33, who had one
of the leads in the play, is in charge
of arrangements for the affair, and
she is being assisted by representa-
tives from four sorority houses who
are cooperating on the plans. They
include Corrine Krentler, '32Ed., Al-
pha Phi, Jeanne Hewitt, '34, Kappa
Delta, Helen Wadman, '32, Phi Sg-
ma Sigma, and Gladys Schoder, '33,
Zeta Tau Alpha.
Tea will be served from 4 to 6
o'clock, and four members of the
central committee, Jean Botsford,
general chairman, Margaret Ferrin,
assistant chairman, Barbara Braun,
treasurer, and Margaret O'Brien,
author will pour. Maxwell Gail's
orchestra will play for dar/cing, and
there will be tables available for
bridge.
Tea to Be Sponsored
by Beta Kappa Rho
Beta Kappa Rho, organization
for women who are not living in
dormitories or sorority houses, will
sponsor a tea Sunday afternoon
from 4 until 6 o'clock in the Grand
Rapids room of the League build-
ing.
Faculty women who will pour are:
Mrs. Horace King, Mrs. Franklin
Shull, Mrs. Michael Pargment, and
Miss Jeannette Perry. Women who
are self-supporting or who are liv-
ing in unorganized houses are in-
vited to attend.
Cold Drinks

Sleep Is Life in the M TIJ R TO
Land of Living Dead, VU ILIIU U
According to Mystic
"When we. are in our dream sleep,
we are in the land of the living Enid Bush in Charge
dead," said Mrs. Max Heindel, in- Members of
ternationally known author and Body to Assi
Christian mystic, Wednesday night
while lecturing on "Life, Death And Plans for the secor
Immortality," in Angell Hall underMothers and Daughter
the auspices of the Student Theoso- which will be held at 1c
phical Club. urday, May 7, during B
"Life after death," continued Mrs. Week, are advancing ra
Heindel, "is a state of consciousness. Bush, '33, social chair
When we are sound asleep, then we League, is chairman fp
ire just as nuch alive in the land she is being assisted by\
:f the living dead as those who are the social committee.
dead. At this time you can visit All women on campus
cvith your dead friends. You are
there at night just as they are there to attend with their m
both day and night." alumnae returning for
Speaking in a crowded room, Mrs. end are also welcome.1
Heindel stressed the necessity of event coincides with so
understanding the functions of our end events honoring mo
bodies. She pointed out that never edeet ooigm
I1before had so much attentionnbeen members, a large attenc
given to building the child's body pected.
and developing and instructing his The luncheon will be
mind. "We must look upward for main ballroom of the
the divine knowledge while we are tentative program of en
also building and working with the has been drawn up, bu
body, thus bringing the material orchestra has not been
and the spiritual to a balance." Members of the socia
"According to your life here, so who are assisting Miss B
will your life be There," declared Margaret Martindale, '3
Mrs. Heindel. "Life of man is one Clark, '34SM, Harriet
continuous, interesting web until Ruth Robinson, '34,' Ru
he becomes so perfect that he has '34, Eleanor Walkinshav
no use for his physical body. There phine Woodhams, '34, Pa
is no death; everything is life. Man 1 '33, Margaret Ferrin, '33
is his own creator." beth Eaglesfield, '33.
"A suicide has tried to cheat na- -- - -
ture and God, and is the most un- SPEECH SOC
fortunate of all thnose passing to i I
the other side. He has a certain WILL HOLD D
span of years to pass in the physi- -
cal body, which he will ultimately Fraternities and Soro
spend, no matter how contrary his Be Topic of Disc
efeopcorts."Broi £ sc
Colored! slides illustrated the lec- --
ture and an open forum was held Athena and Zeta P
after the meeting. men's speech societies,

BE
of Lunch;
Social
st.

nd

annualj

s luncheon,
o'clock, Sat-
Homecoming
pidly. Enid
man of the!
r the event;
members of
are invited
others, and
the week-'
Because the
romrity week-
thers of the
dance is ex-
held in the
League. A-
tertainment

D| ( |||DUNIVERSITY RESEAi
H9BL L UL UB' ANNIVERSARY OF
l1N fl igTflIflSpinoza and Leenwaenhoek Are
Celebrated in Speeches
. . on Special Program-.
Women's Athletic Association to ---p---
Sponsor Extensive Program The tricentenial of the births of
for Spring Season. two famous men of research-
___'S p i n o z a and Leeuwenhoek--was
Continuing the outdoor season honored by the University Research
the Rambler's club under Elizabeth 'Club who had as its guests the Jun-
Shull, '34, will go on a bird trip to- ior, and Women's Research organ-
morrow afternoon. 'Dr. H. W. Hanniztosaa eininhebl
of the zoology department will lead izations at a meetng in the ball
the -group and will point out various room of the League last night.
interesting features on the trip. According to Dr. Kraus, chair -
All women on campus are invited man, 20 universities organized to
to attend and groups will meet at promote graduate and research
2:15 o'clock tomorrow at the Pal- work in the year of 1900. Since then
mer Field house. Following the hike the field has steadily increased. Dr.
refreshments will be served. Ruthven, in a short speech, made
These affairs are sponsored by the statement, "Research, I'm all
the Woman's Athletic Association for it," Prof. Gonwer gave a his-
and points forAthat organization tory of graduate work in the Uni-,
will be given to those women who versify of Michigan. With he be-
attend a party. Glendora Gosling, ginning of free elective courses in
'33, outdoor manager of W. A. A. has 1878, the graduate school has stead-
planned an extensive program to ily increased until now it is a very
complete the spring season.imotnpatfth uivrty
me _hsr seasn Assistant Prof. L. S. RamsdellI
gave a report on the origin and ac-
New Gown Is Designed tivities of the Junior Research Club,
Will Feature 'Stardust' and Dr. J. C. Solis represented the

RCH CLUB HONORS
FAMED SCIENTISTS
his work on microscopes. lie recog-
nized the supior quality of a simple,
lense, and did most of the grinding
and polishing himself. While he
was a man of little education, he
relied only on truth. His work was
in almost every branch of science
and some analagies in regard to
respiration anddigestion were most
remarkable. He was also a. valu-
able contributor to the Royal So-
ciety in England.
A short social hour followed and
the meeting adjourned.
MICHIGAN DA M E S
MEE T A T LEAGUE

t as yet an
engaged. "Stardust," a popular song of the
u committee past season, has been the inspira-
3ush include ,
4SM, Helen tion for an original gown shown in
Holden, '33 Vogue and introduced by Saks. TheI
uth Duhme, impression it creates is unusual-- I
w, '33, Jose- deep night--spattered with pale,
arrish Riker
and Eliza- frail stars-brought to life young
and charming, in a dress of crisp'
blue taffet.-Fragile against the
IETIES freshness of the taffeta is the soft;
EBA TE net that makes the sleeves and the
small, shirred yoke--sprinkled with
rities Will silver stavs---romance translated in-
ussion. to modern fashion.

Women's organization.
Spinoza was discussed by Prof.
DeWitt H. Parker; head of the phil-
osophy department. The Dutch
philosopher was a student of Latin
and advocated freedom of thought.,
He was very unselfish and is said
to have made the statement in re-
gard to having his name published
with one of his books, "Such affec-
tation is not worthy of a philoso-
pher." His influence has not only,
been among scientists but also men
of letters, according to Prof. Par-
ker.
Dr. C. V. Weller gave an account
of the life and activities of Leeu-
wenhoek whose name is famous for

Carrothers Discusses. Changes
in Modern College.
The Michigan chapter of the Uni-l
versity Dames held their regular
meeting Tuesday, April 19 in the
Grand Rapids room of the League
building. Dr. George E. Carrothers
gave a talk on "The Current
Changes In The Modern College."
Plans for a party to be given
April 30 were l discussed, according
to the president, Mrs. C. H. Beuk-
ema. The party will be held in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Two one
act plays, "The Rehearsal" and
"Their Husbands" will be presented.
Following the play there will be.
dancing, or bridge for those who
prefer it.
Since automobiles are barred at
Florida Women's college, students
use roller skates for rapid transit.

Elizabeth Fagg to Be President;
Jane Law Becomes Vice-
President.
Elizabeth Fagg, '33, was elected
president of the University Girls'
glee club at the meeting held last
Wednesday night. Other officers
who were elected at the same time
and who will hold office during the
coming year are Jane Law, '34, vice
president; Maxine Maynard, '35,
business manager; .Margaret Beck-
ett, '34, treasurer; Helen Gray, '34,
Secretary; and Catherine Reut-
schler, '34, librarian.
Saturday, April 23, the glee club
will sing at the House of Correc-
Lion near Northville. The organiza-
tion is also preparing to give a pro-
gram at South Lyons somnetimle in
May. The quartet will sing at this
time.
A trio whose members are Bar-
nette Bradley, '32, Eleanor Phillips,
'32, and Gwendolyn Zoller, '32', were
guest oloists at a banquet given at
the Union yesterday by Kiwanis
club members and their wives.
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Attractive Grey Suit
Is Trimmed With Fur-
Grey is the rather unusual color
of one of the striking new suits re-
cently seen on campus. The suit
is cut on tailored but soft lines. The
jacket is quite long, cut away in
front, and has a high narrow belt.
The skirt is narrow with an invert-
ed pleat down the front and back.
Stripes of black fur put diagonally
on the sleeves and black buttons on
the sleeves and belt serve as dec-
oration.'
A tricorn of matching gray trim-
med with a black feather is worn
with the suit. A soft blouse of white
satin, gray gloves and pocketbook,
gray hose and black sandals com-
plete the costume.

each other in their annual debate
next Tuesday night on the ques-
tion: Resolved, that social frater-E
nities and sororities should be abol-1
ished from the University of Michi-
gan campus.
The members of the Athena team ,
will be: Carol Hart, grad., Lucillej
Oldham, '32, and Eleanor Blum, '35.
Athena will have the affirmative
side of the question. Gladys Baker,
'33, is coach of this team.
Ethel Howard, '35, Elva Pasco, '32,
and Maribel Smith, '34, will debate
for Zeta Phi Eta. Dorothy Davis,
33, is coaching the team.
This debate will be judged by
some member of the speech depart-
ment.
Certain areas of French Indo-
China where snakes are being killed
for skin exports have found notice-
able increases in numbers of rats.

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