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' ? SD Y , A P R M X28 1932 r T H E M I C H I G A N D A I L Y b ..-_r,'YyY '5 .f A '.eu ~ .inuw ~ ~ 'aA
LITIC 'CERCLE FRANCAIS --_ ____------ -_._- _. - Fie' ne to ae
IIEI RII~ To GIVECOMEDY S CETQ IIL6P[BA1r. JC HV Fv Wmn oTaeN/C0
flff~ T lfjOffering of ot n thAniera.Teddy' - R T~ P. t i pnHilelt Pliayi
.Ji gsI TUo ULI Marks 25thAnvrsr.Kappa Delta. ( UII L JRJI, DwDIIt OpnN x FrdyGI[
S' MnAlumnae from Ann Arbor and De- n ih t ne~is~TWith- the presenta tion of "Death{
"MnAmi Teddy" the annual troit were guests at a tea givenwi okot Season Ths 3niesAa HaeIoday"nbytatne Hille1anor M
Frnasstbrsetdat81_Oci sweet peas and yellow daf- Afternoon; Class Managers Annual Sping Guest Players Friday and Saturday nights ofN
o'alod frC nslrTah'het igt he lay the fdil were used as decorations for to Take Charge. Function. at the Mimes theatre five women (
rnan forCouselos, eachTheare.The layis a three act the occasion.--wilmkthrdeuinhea-
rs Effects Sports Sesssions comedy written by Andre Rivoic Kappa Delta entertained at a Speedhbal, tofitercampusdor Sigaproducta ntions.msc; lao
StfrJnJl.and Lucien Besnard. rushing luncheon Saturday noon. spring sport, will open this after- sorority. entertained ovr -e IsHiodacarps risd32,iloantespedn
The producGtion is of especial in- Kappa Delta announces the pled- noon with a practice to be held at! hindcred guess at the annual Hid arsj3,w1pa h onal hono
D.EL TO- terst as- tis week celebrates the ging of Alice Thesher, 35, of Al-14 o'clock at Palmer Field. Prac- ra usci as ms role of Grazia, a young6 girl living junlsi
I.EL TODIRECT twenty-fifth anniversary of drama- Berta, Canada. ticles will last for two weeks, afteri in the world of drams and illu-he
ticiperformances staged by Le Cer- Theta Phi Alpha, which there will be two weeks of coy night in the baiiuowa of the meetiwonsgssntalyhnento
At Director to Take General cle Francais. Father Babcock and Father Lynch games. Leagiiue bildirg. vsrt. wlori enlas,'3 inthra- League b
Women who participate in the were honored guests at a dinner Class speedbal managers have Thchsia von Essenhauer, us, electedne for, 5,chse
Charge; Will Have Three play are; Norma Lou Cove and gienTusda eenngtthheThcareetchoerwthAhiexeptonoaf.sop -h elns.-
UnitTesa eein aAssistaeents.nwthte xepio f o afo m Deri, and Nlarr ri h ar fAds o His- V B
UntAssat.Madeline Maloche who have the piPhi Alpha house. Roses and ivory the freshman manag;er who will be0 p- . tiated women who contends for
two leading roles, and Elizabeth tpr were used in the decorations.anoceltr.GceMyrwlSrue Freeman, instructor of vi- telv f Dth The other cn and recordi
elleving that there is a demand Gribble, '33, Sylvia Goldstein, '32, t es S espooemngr ahrn fin in 'the local School of Mu ic, ia iuei uilPioiz ans'3
n. eahes f hyicl du a Hlen Mso,34, oandosehin Four guests were enteriaineci at a Rentschler will be junior manager were the soloists. They were ac-
iand camp counselors for more _ lo,'4 h sit rushing dinner given Tuesday eve-;and Susan Manchester will be sen- companied by Minnie Davis She.> h personifies the outdoor and and Matrix
;nsive training in some of the ______________- ning by the members of Sigma or many ger. Gladys Schroder, '33, i, and Maud Okkelbr, assistant. comradely type of woman. The The date
lvidual sports and hockey, the Kappa sorority, is interclass speedball manager and iProfessor' of piano. other parts which ae elderly roles Iformal ban
A dinner in honor of the patron- will bo assisted by Miss Laurie Imis. von Eisnhaaer presented will be played by Estele Aarons, which wil
artment of physical education TN TiRAM 11 .A esses was givenp Wednesday eve- Campbell. the following numbers: Widnung, '32 Spec., and Dna Sudow, '33. night, May
women will conduct two one- ning at which Mrs. Lewis Hopkins ,1 Speedball was introduced two nduan rar uc~e~m .stymboicalssandtealls otDcathdepartement
k sport sessions, from June 2C N 'RC A Mrs. Charles Cook, and Mrs. Erwin years ago by Prof. Eimer Mitchell min:, S t r a u s s; Vergblishes andsmoia n el fDahdprmn
Jue2,adfo ue27 toi Earl were guests. director of intramural ,sports, andciStandehenl, Mrahmns: Pace,Paeworslstofnouwhten ivsilL
N E. IT1 A SimaKap anoce the has, continued to poMipularTe id pek value in life and he discovers that well as af
. 4 ~~~~~pledging of Eleanor Beers, 33,ofis combin tioni of so cc r and Grant-Schaeffer; The Rose, Clokey; it Is what men leave behind thatthUnvr
tensive training wll be offered __________________ Youngstown Ohio. basketball. This year several mod- Dos i love The, Kolar. Mariar; counts and that love is the dom- i tho ou
h week in swimming, tennis, Tennis Audrey Dykeman, national presi- i ications have been made. Eleven - - n ubr eeaAn ntn oc famn' xsac, tmteT
and. field hockey. It will be playefrshescomitoef aateam.' Theersante, Allegro non Troppo, Lao;' Death experiments in the search be awarded
ible for students to carry but All first round matches in[hdntf the soortymopLwrnc, a team.t, nThHerltz Br for love~ and meets women. of three ,.n who has
sports during one session, with all-campus tennis tournament for ;Kanas, will visit this week-end at game is not a difficult one to phay I - -lStacdffeenttyps, he frsttwoaddng zve B'ck
the Sigma Kappa house. A bridge or to learn. Anyone that cres to ru Juon; Danse Esan0 -d ifrn yps h is w adn ,r oko
'osbitofatnigthe lec- both singles and doubles must be tea in her honor will be given Sat-plyiinietohepnngpa Falls -Kreisler nothing but the third in the person A newc
'.played off by Friday, April 29. urday afternoon. tie this aternoni. [4JAieLoMs.BrlFxSeflsnlvewthmadatoeduo
registration will take place at Those who drew byes for the first Zeta Tan Alpha. ;Mis lc'er Lloyd0,JMrs.iBel rox the fle no eihi hoi anshe gote d upon,0.
clock in the morning, June 20, 1,- .-'--- g.y
the first session, and at the round must play of.the second guets tan Aolphanghaduma~ eend s .atGSuprD ne JA.Br ,ndVgiaFoyhithDah were discus
e hour on June 27 for the 5sc- round ;matches immediately. iHobst B.othe o rosg Lumna e.wit OV'3 rsdn~adBuet rd lbcne
session. 'Registration will take Baseball Miss Emily Grimes, and Miss Grace Tic-2 4k e Iley, '32, Mrs. Carl ilube, Mrs. E. A class in television has been Arbor next
e at the, Women's Athletic Fv ae ee lydyse-I Hmlo fDtot;adMs d -V More. Mrs. Sa muel Stanton, andi added to the extension course of tation of a
1k omletd ertfiateshFivete g a aesonaw er la eld ad yProfHa itof Lto;andsrsEd- Tickets for tie Leaguue supper i. Tilley presided at the tables., the Univesity of Californiaornls
k opee will beob'Yiven bythe journalism ~/i' ~o~1 I-------------~. .

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IR SOROR ,I+TY
[a ChosenPrsicn
)rgan izati"on.
Mann, '34, was electec
ff Thete, Sigma Pi, nlat-
rary and professiona
sorority, at 'the 1551i
Id Tuesday night in the
zilding. Other officer,,
the coming year wr
,aley, '33, vice presiden!.
ing scoretLary; Irma Bob-
treasurer; and Luicil kee rteac
-correspondent.
was set for the annua:
duet of the organizatior
l take place Tuesda
17, in the League; buildC
}ers of the facty, of t
Gof journalism and thi-i
e guests at the affair a):
few speakers outside o.
;ity who are, outst ndin. :t.,ed ' ti
'h ta Sicgixi.a Phi cup w
to the Sophomore wo.-i
sdone the mostditn
)n a camnpus publica-tior:
sonstitution outlined Ib
nt, Cile Miller, '32, t va
oand adop>ted by thi
[ the orgaxtima~on. Plan
;sd concerning the Pres
nntion to be held at An:
year and the presen
play to be written by,
student was considered

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