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SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1932. " THE MICHIGAN DAILY __

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TO OPEN DRAMATIC SEASON

TEAMS IN TOURNEY1
BEGIN ELIMINATION
First Round to Be Played by
Tuesday; Finals to Take
Place in Two Weeks.-
Sixteen teams have reached thex
straight eliminations in the intra-

Soc1 e t y
Adelia Cheever. tonight. The guests will be Dr. Al
Adelia Cheever residents elected exander Ruthven and Mrs. Ruth
their officers Wednesday. The new ven. Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Lauri
president is Olo Collins, '33; vice- Campbcll, Prof. Walter Pillsbur
president, Farol Davidson, '33; ses- armd Mrs. Pillsbury, Mr. and Mr
retary-treasurer, Hilda Angerer, Schall, Prof. R. J. Carney and Mrr
'33. An installation banouet will be Carney, Prof. Charles Jamison an
held today. Mrs. Jamison, Dr. John White an
Beta Kappa Rho. Mrs. White, Dr. Theophile Raphae
Beta Kappa Rho will hold its last Prof. Herbert Kenyon and Mn
party of the season Sunday at MrsKenyon, Dr. William Baten an
Bryl Backer's cottage at Cavanaugh Mrs. Baten, Mr. and Mrs. K. I
Lake. Mrs. Franklin. Shaw, MissJones, Mr. Wallace Brown, Mr. an
Lake MrsFrakhn haw ssMrs. Harold Dorr, Dr. C. Arnoli
DorothyOgbcakn, Miss Fredericka Prof. A. Jobin an Mrs. Jobin, M
Gillete, Mrs. Bryl Backer, patron-PrfA.JbnadMsJoii
esses, have made all plans. ars and Mrs. Arthur Shepard, Dr. Ran
will call at 4:30 at the League for I dolph Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, Pro
the thirty girls who expect to at- dejo, Prof. William Hobbs and Mr,
tend this picnc -jP .W-b-

mural baseball tournament which
has been held for the past two
weeks, and in which 23 teams orig-
inally entered.
The straight eliminations will
now continue for the next two
weeks after which the finals will
be held. One defeat will remove a
team from the tournament. In the
round robin each team was allowed
to play three games, and those win-
ning two out of three games re-
mained in the tournament.
The following teams will play the
first games in the elimination on
Monday. At 4 o'clock Independents
will meet Kappa Kappa Gamma.
At 5 o'clock Pi Beta Phi will meet
Delta Delta Delta, and Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi will meet Collegiate Sorosis.
The following teams have al-
ready defaulted: Martha Cook to
Mosher Hall, and Delta Gamma to
Sigma Kappa. A default eliminates
a team.
All games in the first round must
be played by Tuesday night. The
following teams are scheduled to
play and must arrange their own
times: Jordan Hall versus Zeta Tau
Alpha, Kappa Delta versus Alpha Xi
Delta, and Alpha Phi versus Alpha
Omicron Pi. The above teams are
asked to notify Miss Ruth Hassing-
er, faculty adviser for baseball,
when they wish to play so that she
may arrange for umpires.

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Violet Heming and Lester Vail who will appear in "There's Always
Juliet" which opens tomorow night in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
It will mark the first performance of this brilliant comedy outside of
New York and London. The story of this light comedy tells of a British
young lady and a young American architect who fall in love upon the
slightest acquaintance.
MISS HEMING POINTS OUT SUCCESS
OF PAST SEASON IN THE THEATRE

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Helen Newberry.
Residents of Helen Newberry held
their sp:ing formal dinner dance
Friday night. The chaperones were
Mrs. Florence W. Tousey, director
of Helen Newberry; Miss Eunice
Van Camp, assistant director; Mr.
and Mrs. Geoage F. Davis.
Helen L. Corbin was in charge of
the affair. Spring flowers attrac-
tively arranged formed the decora-
tions and a popular orchestra from
Toledo furnished the music.
Miss Iris Robertson and Miss
Marceline Stepnitz of Romeo are
visiting Elizabeth Robertson this
week-end.
Jordan Hall.
The Freshman and Soplwmore
women of Jordan Hall will entertain
members of the faculty at supper
PAGEANT DIRECTIONS
The following directions, in ef-
fect for Sunday, Monday, and
Tuesday nights, are presented to
all women taking part in the
Freshman Pageant. Girls will
dress in the Women's Athletic
Building, and will check cos-
tumes out at the desk.
Dancers must be ready to leave
the building promptly at 7:30
o'clock with coat and shoes, and
tor those in more than one dance,
other costumes as well. The lat-
ter must re-dress behind curtain.
When not performing, girls must
stay behind this curtain, in as-
signed places, both before and
after the dances.
After finishing, participants
are to return to the Athletic
Building and check in all cos-
tumes at the desk. Each dancer
is individually responsible for
her costume. Please be punctual!

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Says That More Attention
Is Paid to Quality of

earn, but the majority can not sub-
sist.
"If there is anyone who feels that
he won't be happy unless he goes
into the theatre, and is willing to
risk starvation to gain his desire,
then I would say, 'go ahead,' but
unless it means that much, I would
not advise any one to follow the
stage," Miss Heming stated.
Miss Heming will be remembered
to Ann Arbor theatre goers for her
charming performances in "Arms
And The Man," and "Private Lives,"
which were presented here last year
during Mr. Henderson's dramatic
season.
American Feminine
Golfers Have Good
Chance for Victory
By M. W., '35.

up five American titles to put her
at the head of the women golfers
of the country. Helen Hicks, sec-
ond selection for the squad, has
proved her efficiency in past tour-
neys by eliminating two champions,
Glenna Collett and Enid Wilson, in
as many days.
Maureen Orcutt and Virginia Van
Wie are two more of the United
States hopes for the British title.
This pair are nice drivers. Miss Or-
cutt has a slight edge in distance.
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Cheney complete
the list of America's representa-
tives. They are especially "long-
headed" in the way they play their
shots and are good tournament
players.
The chief obstacle in the path of
the Americans is Joyce Wethered,
leader of the English squad, who is
regarded by many as the greatest
woman golfer of all time-

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Never before in the annals of
women's international golf has the
team entered by the United States
stood so fair a chance of winning
the British championships as it
does this year. Previously there
has been difficulty in choosing a
team; there have been weak points,
players not completely dependable.
But this year's choices are quite
obvious; all are fine, steady play-
ers and most of them already have
brilliant records.
Mrs. Vare, better known to golf
fans as Glenna Collett, has stacked

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