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die Bartlett, Jean Bentley,
Adele Ewing Named
by Officers. *
Aar Meeting for Discussion
of Rushing Regulations
to Be Tuesday.
elyn Neilson, '33, was elected
dent of the Panhellenic asso-
. at a special meeting held
rday afternoon. Vinselle Bart-
'133, was named recording sec-
y, Jean ,Bentley, '33, was chos-
ushing secretary, and Adele
g, '33, is the new treasuerr.
ms Neilson will replace Joseph-
himberlake, '32, and the other
pg officers are Ivalita Glas-
'32, recording secretary, Lois
ler, '33, rushing secretary, and
fred Root, '32, treasurer.
Submit New Rules.
.lIwing the election, new rush-
"ues were submitted by Miss
rn, who is chairman of the
rittee for their revision. Jos-
ae McCausey, '4, and Leonore
133, assisted her with the
and the suggestions will be
i back to the various houses by
elegates, where they will be re-
d to all sorority members.
e regular meeting, which will
eld at the regular hour of 4
ek next Tuesday, will deal with
new features of the rules, as
may be modified by further
estions from the houses. The
osals will be incorporated into
ular body of rules, which will
stributed next fall to incoming
men women.
ninton Matches to Be Played
H. Kirby, M. Maynard, L.
Little, and B. Talcott.
dminton will be introduced to
graduate and undergraduate
en in an ehibition game to be
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
irbour gymnasium.
e exhibition matches will be
d by Hilda Kirby, '35, Maxine
iard, '35, Louise Little, '35, and
r Talcott, '35. They will dem-
'ate both, singles and doubles.
?inton is originally from India.
is brought over to England
g the last century and recent-
rr the last few years) was in--
teed in the east. Since that
it has spread throughout the
ad States. It is considered one
e best of the indoor games and
s become very popular in clubs
e game is played much like
s. The court is similar to the
s court but smaller. Racquets
ibling squash racquets with
slender handles are used and
lecocks or "birds". take the
of the tennis ball. Any play-
ho has tried her hand at ten-
bhould be able to pick up the
with comparative ease. It is
y light and graceful game and
er the exhibition questions,
be asked concerning rules and

us points. Any student who
s rubber soled shoes can take
urn in trying the game.
er a definite time will be an-
ced when students can prac-
When a certain amount of
ciency has been acquired, it is
aed that tournaments will be
d off should there be a suffi-
demand f o r competition.
ices will be held at 4:15
k on Friday. Later Monday
Wednesday will be open for
.er practice. To help defray
ises players ,will be fcr"ad ' J
their own shuttlecocks whichr
be secured from tne depart-
. A charge of sixty five cents
e made for two.
s Hilda Burr is in charge of
ew game and of the exhibition.
aculty members and students
avited to attend the exhibition.

Ruth Stesel to Have
Leadgin Role in New
Play by Comedy Club
Although Ruth Stesel, '33, has
done considerable work-in campus
dramatics, the part of Anna in St.
John Ervine's "Anthony and Anna,"

Campaign for Sportswear"
to Be Begun by Exhibition

A display of fashionable spring
sport apparel to be given next Fri-
day at 4 o'clock in the lounge of the
Palmer Field house will open the

which'Comedy Club is presenting] Women's Atheltic Association cam-

for a three night run beginning
Thursday, is the first straight mod-

paign for sport clothes. The articlesj
in the show are being sent from De-

ern role she has done since erter- troit by the Pack-Wallin company,
ing the University. which is sponsoring the display.
Miss Stesel, during her high The clothes will be modeled by
school and college careers, has women on campus. The models to
played many and varied roles. One we amils e moels
of her most interesting roles was be displayed will be mainly spec-
that of Judy Abbott in "Daddy tator sport dresses, although a few
Long Legs," played several years formals will be included. After the
ago, one which professionals covet fashion show, tea will be served in
greatly. In college her best work the lounge.
has been done as Guillimette in h one
ComedyClub's revival of "Pierre The affair will inaugurate a week
Patelin," and as Marton in Play of campaign during which the W.
Production's presentation of "A A. A. will make a plea to the wom-
Marriage of Convenience." en to wear sport- clothes on the
Aside from her work in various campus. This is a traditional week
plays Miss Stesel has made quite a started several years ago by W. A.
reputation for herself through her A. in an attempt to nullify the na-
dramatic readings. She has done tional reputation of Michigan wom-
entertaining of that nature for Wo- en as the most fastidious campus
men's Clubs here, dressers. During the week, it is cus-
In St. John Ervine's play she is tomary for the members of the W.
having a great opportunity, for he A. A. board and other prominent
is one of the most prominent con- women campus-leaders to make a
temporary playwrights. He is laud- special effort to wear sport clothes.
ed for the beautiful language which The chairman of the fashion
he uses in his plays, especially his show and tea is Clara Grace Peck.
high comedy, and "Anthony and '33. The general arrangements are
Anna" is considered one of his best in charge of Gladys Schroder, '33,
pieces by critics. It is the story of and Susan Manchester, '32, is pub-
a gay young American girl with too licity chairman.
much money and too much leisure .In conjunction with the sports
who buys for herself an English campaign, the annual membership
husband. camnaign will start Friday. onening

at the tea, and will continue
Ithroughout the next week. Any
properly enrolled women student at
Michigan is eligible for membership
to the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion when she has earned five W.
A. A. activity points and has paid
one dollar.
All women on the campus may
enjoy the privilegestof the associa-
tion, but contrary to the ordinary
custom of the past, only official
members in good standing will re-
ceive awards for participation in
any of the sports for which awards
are given in the spring. The spring
elections for the association will
take place soon and only members
are eligible to vote for officers.

Alexandra Tolstoy Proved to Be
Constant Friend of Her l acclaimed as one of the greatest
Famous Father. pieces of contemporarydrama,
In all of the author's works, Miss
There is probably no other wom- Tolstoy has helped greatly. In his
en living today who has had a life writingsaTolstoy siped and rear-
so ullof ntres an ecitmen jranged all his manuscripts several
so full of mnterest, and excitement times so that each'thing was copied
as the Countess Alexandra Tolstoy, into six or seven different pieces of
youngest daughter and companion work. Countess Alexandra, as his
of the great Russian novelist, dra- Secretary did most of this iling so
matist and idealist, Count Leo Tol- she wasmat all tines intimate with
the compilation of his writings.
stoy. Miss Tolstoy will arrive in Anni Ar-
During her entire life she has' bor Thursday afternoon in order to
stood with her father in all his con- deliver a lecture that evening on
flicts and achievements. One of the "Tolstoy and the Russian Revolu-
most interesting instances of this tion" in Hill Auditorium.
occured when Tolstoy's wife and he While here she is to be the house
iere having serious misunderstand- guest of Dr. Francis Onderdonk of
ings. Count Tolstoy had on his es- the college of Architecture and Mrs.
tate some 700 serfs. His wife Onderdonk. Immediately following
thought that the family should live her lecture she will be honored at a
in greatest luxury as would become reception to be given at the Alpha
their station but the count had the h g
Christian attitude of liberty and
desired to free his serfs and thus -
reduce his estate. iiil - - M



A hiking party, which is to
held next Saturday afternoon
2:30, will be the second of the o'
door affairs to be sponsored by
A. A. this semester. This particu
party is in charge of the Rambl
Once before a hiking party N
pla'nned but had to be postponed
account of rain. As had origin8
been planned, Ralph Wilson,
Forestry, will lead the hikers v
will take a course leading frorn
Palmer Field house across
bridge of the Huron, along ther
er and back by the boulevard.
On the way back, the group
stop at the home of Elizabeth Sh
'33, for tea.
.%AC. - WI qnm .M AABt


Following is a schedule of re-
hearsals for today:-
Chorus 8, 3:30 o'clock.
Chorus 9, 4:30 o'clock.-
Chorus 2, 4:30 o'clock.
Chorus 5, 4:30 o'clock.
All women who have speaking
parts will meet at '7 o'clock Mon-
day, Wednesday, a n d Friday
nights. Definite cast and chor-
uses will be announced tomor-

It was natural that objection
should result and the entire family
with the exception of the youngest
child, Alexandra, turned against
the father.
Count Tolstoy has based one of
his most remarkable works on this
incident, "And The Light Shines In
The Darkness." In it, the entire
conflict is described and it has been

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