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s, MAY 8, 1932 THE MICHICAN DAILY

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LUW1IU~UIUINEWS
Elmcentary Education Research
to Be Subject of Talk Baseball
Next Tuesday. + Following is a schedule of the
c____teams to play in the baseball tour-
Dean Edmundson of the School nament for the week of May 9. At 4
o'clock on Monday Martha Cook
of, Education will speak on "The Iwill play Betsy arbour at Palmer
University's Program of Research Field. At 5 o'clock 1Alpha Epsilon
in Elementary Education" at the Phi will play Alpha Xi Delta, Sigma
last monthly meeting of the Wo- Kappa will play Alpha Omicron Pi,
men's Education group to be held Theta Phi Alpha will pray Delia
in the Elementary school library Zeta and Gamma Phi Beta will play
from 7:30 to 9 o'clock, Tuesday. Collegiate Soo1.TuesdayKappa
This is expected to be one of the Delta will meet Mosher HallAt
tmost interesting meetings of the tarwillime on erEay t
year and all women interested in the same time on Wednesday Delta
education are invited to attend. Gamma will meet Mosher Hall,
The dean is well prepared to KappaDelta will meet Alpha Omr-
rpeak on this subject for he has Cron Pi, Sigma Kappa will play Jr-i
had much experience with elemen- dan Hall, and Helen Dewberry will
ta.yand high school work. He has play Alpha !Gamma Delta. At5
taryb ndohighpshfork h eas o'clock on Wednesday Kappa Kappa
been on campus for eighteen years Gamma will play Zeta Tau Alpha,
and was inspector of the high Chi Omega will meet the Indepen-
schools for the University until dents,adwilBethIwiepeay
three years ago when he was chosen Delta and Pi Beta Phi will play
to head the School of Education.
Previous to his coming to Michigan Tennis
Dean Edmundson had been the The third round of the tennis
principal of Hillsdale high school, tournament for singles, doubles,
I Benton Harbor, and Jackson high, and mixed doubles must be played
in turn. Dean Edmundson receiv~ off by Friday, May 13. Names are
ed his Masters degree from Michi- listed on the bulletin board at Bar-
gan and his Doctor's degree from bour gymnasium.
Chicago University.
A committee composed of Miss Golf
Muriel Wilkerson, Miss Bryce Car- Three scores for the first nine
ter, and Miss Virginia Haight, is in holes on the University of Michigan
charge of the meeting. They are golf course are to be turned in to
planning a conducted tour through- Miss Ruth Hassinger by Friday,
out the Elementary school after the May 13.
address. Riding
_-- Riding will be held at 4 o'clock
CONTRACT BRIDGE on Tuesday and Thursday Horses

Violet Heming

"Ladies All," Frederick Lonsdales EXPERT TO SPEAK
"Spring Cleaning" and "Thren
Faces East." She will be the first Mortar Board Society will spon-
actress besides Edna Best, who is fs.r a contract bridge party in the
now playing in the New York pro- i Women's League ballroom the eve-
duction, to appear in the leading nng of May 11 at 7:30 p. m.
role of "There's Always Juliet." Miss Russell Roosen, of the Huston
Heming also played with Tom Pow- College of Bridge, will lecture and
ers in "Arms and Man" and "Pri- show pictures of the various hands
vate Lives" in the Dramatic Festi- dealt. Mr. Roosen, a noted bridge
val of last spring. expert, plays the Culbertson system.
He has given many of these lectures
ALUMNAE HOUSE and they have proven interesting
and valuable to both beginners and
GREETS MOTHERS those who wish to know more about
the fine points of the game. The
Homecoming Week-end Features persons with the highest score of
the evening will receive Michigan
Dinner, Theatre Party. Seal Playing Cards.
According to the custom of the
Seven mothers, coming from as Society, Mortar Board will turn over
far as Saginaw and Buffalo, are to the funds received from this bridge,
visit Alumnae House this week-end to the Undergraduate Campaign
to celebrate the traditional Mother's Fund of the Women's League,

t week-end hted every year.
The plans for entertainment in-
elude a dinner Saturday evening,
where corsages will be presented to
the mothers. Later they are to at-
tend the concert and plays, with a
late supper served at the house af-
terwards.
For Sunday a special dinner has
been planned, with a toast to the
mothers by Miss Helen Askren, '33,
to be responded to by Mrs. Ray G.
Potts, of Romeo.
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