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THE MICHIGAN

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Will Honor Mothers at Second Annual Luncheon Today

PLA PROCRAM OF
JUMl PLAY HITS
Enid Bush, '33, Is Chairman of
Arrangements; Assisted
by Committee
TO BE AT 1 O'CLOCK
Prominent Women, to Be Seated
at Speakers' Table; Alumnae
to Attend.
Activities honoring the mothers
of women students will reach a cli-
max today when the League onter-
tains at its second annual moth-
er and daughter luncheon, and Wy-
vern and Mortarboard, junior and
senior honorary join in sponsoring
an annual bridge tea.
The luncheon, planned for 1 o'-
clock in the main ballroom of the
League, will feature a program of
entertainment from "No Man's
Land," this year's Junior Girls'
play. Amona the numbers will be
solos by Betty Van Horn and Vir-
ginia Murphy, and a dance special-
ty by Vinselle Bartlett. Music ac-
companiment will be furnished by
students from the school of music.
To Attend Affair.
Among the prominent women
who will attend the affair, and will
be seated at the speakers table are
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of wom-
en, Mrs. A. G. Ruthven, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher,
Miss Jeanette Perry, Miss Ellen I
Stevenson and Mrs. Stevenson, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Mrs. Grace Hollister,
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, Mrs. Crock-
er, Helen DeWitt, '33, the new pres-
ident of the League, and Mrs. De-
Witt, Catherine Heeson, '33, the
new chairman of the board of rep-
resentatives, and Mrs. Heeson, and
Enid Bush, '33, social chairman of
the League, and Mrs. Bush."
Miss Bush has been in charge of
the arrangements for the affair,
and she has been assisted by mem-
bers of the social committee, who
are Elinor Walkinshaw, '32, Joseph-
ine Woodhams, '34, Margaret Fer-"
ri, '33, Harriet Holden, '33, Helen1
Clarke, '34SM., Ruth Robinson, '34,,
Parrish Riker, '33, Margaret O'-
Brien, '33, Ruth Duhme, '34, Mar-
garet Martindale, '34SM., and Eliza-
beth Eaglesfield, '33.
HONOR GROUPS
TO HOLD PARTY
The members of Mortarboard, the
honorary society for senior women,
will be the guests of Wyvern, the1
junior women's honorary society ati
a steak roast on Thursday, May 12.
The members of the two organiza-i
tions will hike out to the Island
where the roast will be held.
Vinselle Bartlett, '33, is in charge1
of the general committee which in-]
cludes Jean Botsford, '33, Katherine1
Heeson, '33, and Katherine Barnard,
'33.

WIN ILLINI BEAUTY CONTEST

Associated Press Photo
These University of Illinois co-eds were voted most popular and
most beautiful on the Illini campus in a contest held by Pierrots, men's
dramatic society. Left to right they are: Winifred Flint, Ruth Roselle,
Eve Jo lelber, Margaret Jacobsen, Virginia Olsen, and Grace Keiser.
THREE WOMEN TO HAVE IMPORTANT
LEADS IN WILDE'S CURRENT FARCE

f 1 AB XECUTIV
BOAD APPOINEP
Twelve Women Get Positions;
to Be Installed at Meeting
of Board, May 19.
Members of the executive boardl
of the Woman's Athletic Associa-
tion for next year have been named,
accc _ ding tto an announcement byj
Dccthy Elsworth, '32, president of
the organizatio.
Glendora Gosling, '33, will be out-
door manager, Catherine Rentscli-
ler, '33, will be ho,,key manager,
Mrie I~cMetzr, '35, xwill serve as
basketba1l marnager, Maigaret Mar-
tindale, '34, will be in charge of
speedball, Mary Pray, '34, will be
(,!danucinrg manager, VlirgiLnia Cluff,
15,s will be swy, n aager, Eli-
zabeth Cooper, '34, riding manager,
Dcois Gimmy, '34, tennis manager,
I Jane Brucker, '35, golf manage.,
DQc tthy Van m hr'34, archery
manager, a rMcCairthy, '35, bowl-
ing manager, and Elsie Feldman,
'33, A. C. A. C. W. and meinbvrship
manager.
These worn ralong with the new-
ly ejected otheers will h ,installe d
Ma. y'.,and will e honored at the
in stalaion i ald 5p , db:.ll banquet
which is to be held May 26. They
will also be intoduced to the ac-
tive mcmbers of the Wolan's Aith-
let im Asdocial EionMay 14 at an out-
door par ty. "The newly elected offli-
cers are Jean Botsford, '33, presi-
dent, Jean Berridge, '33, vice-presi-
dent, Jean Por ter. '34, secretary,
and Comrine Fries, '34, treasurer.
Jean B.rridge. '33, Gladys Schroe-
der, '33, and Susan Manchester, '32,
are in charge of the annual ban-
duet and are completing theirI
plans.
Complete BARBER Service
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"We Aim to Please"
Arcade Barber Shop
IN THE ARCADE

Collegiate Sorosis.9
The members of Collegiate Soro-
sis will hold their spring formal to-
night. The sorority colors of yel-
low and white will be used in the
decorations of spring flowers and
tapers. Mrs. William Roberson And
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Boven will
be chaperones.
Alpha Phi.
Alpha Phi members are enter-
taining their mothers at a house
party this week-end. A luncheon
will be given for them Saturday
noon to be followed by an afternoon
of bridge and golf. In the evening
they will see Play Production's 'Thl
Importance of Being Earnest."
Farewell dinner Sunday noon, will
close the festivities. The guests will
be Mrs. H. R. Allen of Battle Creek,
Mrs. Waldo Abbot of Ann Arbor,
Mrs. Percy Biddleton of Detroit,
Mrs. Herbert Bosworth of Ann Ar-
bor, Mrs. John Detwiler of Owosso,
Mrs. William Giefel of Ann Arbor,
Mrs. George Inch of Ypsilanti, Mrs.
A. R. Kline of Saginaw, Mrs. Rupert
Koch of Detroit, Mrs. Edwin G.
Krentler of Pleasant Ridge, Mrs.
Gilbert Loomis of Jackson, Mrs. E.
W. Miller of Milwaukee, Mrs. Percy
Shorts of Saginaw, Mrs. Harrison J.
Smith of Jackson, Mrs. Leigh Tur-
ner of Battle Creek, Mrs. James
an Horn of Sturgis, Mich., Mrs.
James Woodward of Battle Creek
and Mrs. Charles Robinson of Sag-
maw.
Jordan Hall.
Jordan hall honored its seniors
and women receiving special dis-
tinction for academic activity at
dinner Wednesday evening. The
scholarship cup was presented to
Betty Osgood, who has already re-
ceived the previous honors of being
Just the
Thng.
An Electric
Fan for Hot
Weather.
Study in Comfort.
EXPERT
T, REPAIRING
On Electric Appli-
ances.
Ie 'ralso umlJe keys.
ARCADE
ELECTRIC
17 Nickes Arcade

initiated into Phi Beta Kappa and Amy Barton. Graduate stud'nts re-
Phi Kappa Phi. MiiamnCortwright, ceiving honors were Ruth Chil,
voted by residents of the hall as Elizabeth Clark, Helen Keys, Mar-
best "All Around Girl," was also garet Smith, and Helen Tarkabury.

presentee with a cup.
New members to Phi Kappa Phi
from among the students in the
dormitory are Miriam Cortwright,
Jean McNaughton, and Doris Valk.
The Music School bestowed distinc-
tion on Frances Loucks.
The honors in the Freshman class
went to Libby Selin and Isabelle
Foster. Those in the Sophomore
class receiving scholastic recogni-
tion were Margaret Anderson and

Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Alpha Epsilon Phi honored the
deans at a formal dinner Tuesday
evening. Miss Alice Lloyd, Dean of
Women, Miss Ethel McCormick,
Miss Jeanette P e r r y, Assisiant
Dean of Women, Mrs. Beiyl Fox
Bacher, Miss Ellen B. Stevenson,
and Dr. Dorothy Hard attended.
A tea will be held at the chapter
house on Mother's Day in honor of
the parents of the active member
TAG DAY
M AY12
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Provides
Three Meals
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- Society Notes...

Exceptional Talent Represented
in Special Homecomrng
Production.
By B. A. P. '34.
Three of the leading campus ac-'
tresses are appearing in the current
production, "The Importance Of
Being Earnest," two of them for the
last time.
Eugenie Chapel, '32, is appearing
for the last time in campus produc-
tions, in the role of Gwendolen.
Miss Chapel came here four years
as a student from the Bonstelle
School of Drama in Detroit. She .
has played almost constantly since
that time, having a leading role in
"The Road To Rome," and in "The
Jest" as early as her Sophomore
year.
Last spring she took the lead in
the most important play of the
year, Windt's production of "The
Good Hope," in which she played
Jo, a role created and made famousj
by Eva La Galleinne. Last summer,
she was with the Michigan Reper-
tory Players.
Martha Ellen Scott, '32, playing'
Cecily the ingenue, in the Wilde
production, is also appearing for
her last time as an under-graduate.
"Scottie" first played on campus in
"Good Hope," and she has followed
that "ingenue" beginning to Julie
in "Liliom," to Cynthia in ":Beggar
On Horseback" to a lead in "Mar-
riage of Convenience." She played
Biancea in "Taming of Shrew"
which was produced here last win-
ter. Reviewers have characterized
her as one of the promising of cam-
pus actresses.
Appearing as character lead in
"Importance of Being Earnest" is

Frances "Billie" Johnson, '33, as
Lady Brackmell a souiety matron.
She has played in nearly Qvery pro-
duction this year, "Robin Hood,"
"Streets of New York," and "The
Taming of the Shrew," and in "An-
thony and Anna."
Many sororities are making a so-
cial event of this production which
is being given in connection with
the Michigan League in celebration
of the third anniversary .of the Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Wyvern, Mortarboard
Will Hoid Bride Tea
Mortarboard and Wyvern, senior
and junior honorary societies re-
spectively, will join to hold a bridge
tea at 2 o'clock this afternoon in
the League building in honor of the
Mother's Day celebration.
Emily Bates, '32, represents Mor-
torboard and Janet Allen, '33, rep-
resents Wyvern in arranging the
plans. Tickets are fifty cents and
may be purchased from members of
either society. Everyone is invited
to attend.

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Regular $35 and $39.50 Values

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Regular $16.50 Values
$1274

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