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Mayer Appoints
League H eads
For Next Year
lthstallation Banquet Will'
Be Held Wednesday In
Honor Of New Boards
Appointments to fill League offices
for the coming year were announced
today by Grace Mayer, '34, newly-
elected president.
Ada Blackman, '34, was chosen
business secretary. Chairmen for the
various committees of the League,
;which were appointed, are Ruth
Rpbinson, '34, as chairman of the
Board of Representatives; Harriett
Jennings, '34, chairman of the Ju-
diciary Council, and Mary Louise
Kessberger, '34, chairman of the
Undergraduate Campaign Fund.
Charlotte Simpson, '34, chairman
o the Caps and Gowns committee;
Charlotte Anderson, '34, chairman of
the Library committee; Mary Stir-
ling '35, chairman of the social com-
mittee; Margaret Becket, '34, chair-
man of the point system committee;
and Betty Davis, '34, chairman of
the World Fellowship committee.
Persons appointed to these offices
will assume their duties directly after
the installation of new officers which
will take place at the Installation
Banquet to be held May 10 in honor
of both the new and old boards of
the League and of W. A. A., accord-
ing to Miss Mayer.
Houses To Hold
Informal And
Formal Dantes,

Glee Club To Make.
Public Appearance
In Concert Tonight
The University Women's Glee Club,
which will give its first Ann Arbor
concert in years tonight, had its in-
ception 22 years ago. Mrs. ┬░George
Hasteiter was ,director ofsthe club
when it was first organized among
University women interested in vocal,

.University Will
Entertain Wives
Of Legislators

Pianist Is Feature Helen Newberry Elects
Of Jordan Dance Officers For Next Year
Helen Newberry held its annual
Ruhl Kenyon, pianist, played for election of officers Wedneday night.
guests at the tea aance given by Jor- Ada Blackman, '34. was elected presi-
dan Hall yesterday afternoon. Tea dent; Isabella Currie, '35, vice-presi-
was served in the living room. Those dent; Margaret Arnold, '34, treasurer,
who poured were Mrs. Charles Sink, and Eileen McManus, '36, secretary.
Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, and Mrs. Theo- House representatives will be.Sarah
phile Raphael. Place, senior; Elsa Van Slyke, junior,
The spring formal given by Jor- and Gertrude Walker, sophomore.
dan Hall will be held Friday, May Chairman of committees and com-
26, and will be a dinner-dance, mittee members will be named soon.
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. Motion Pictures: Michigan, "A
Lady's Profession"; Majestic, "Pay-
ment Deferred"; Wuerth, "Broadway
Bad."
Drana: "Journey's End," 8:30
p. m:,Laboratory Theatre.
Open House:, Architectural School,
showing of students' work and tea
will be ser'ved,~3:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Exhibition: Selected paintings from
the Forty-Fifth Annual Artist's Ex-

The dancing chorus of th
man Lantern Dance will hav
rehearsal from 3:30 until 5:
today in the ballroom of the
Margaret Ballard, '36, char
the entertainment committe
that additional freshman w<
out for any kind of enter
hibition from the Chicago
stitute, 1 to 5 p. m., Alumni b
Hall.

House And
To Make

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Inspecting University

work. Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the W
School of Music faculty, the present Weves of the members of the State
director, has held that post since Legislature, comprising an organiza-;
1913. tion known as the House and Senate
One of the most interesting pro- Club, will be the guests Thursday,
jects of the club was the organiza-;May 11, of Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
tion of :what ,is, now known as the yA
University Women's Trio. This trio, ven and Mrs. William A. Comstock
which performs with the group and for an inspection trip through parts
alone, comprises Lucille Lucas, '34SM, of the University, it was learned
Maxine Maynard, '35, and Elizabeth yesterday.
M. Fagg, '33Ed. Each year, for many sessions past,.
Two years ago the ciub sang over this trip has been a custom and
a nation-wide radio broadcasting promises this time to bring an even
hookup originating at Station WXYZ, larger number of visitors than ever
Detroit. Among. its other activities before. The party will arrive Thurs-
have been a program before the Ann day morning and will be escorted
Arbor Women's Club at Christmas through the group of buildings in
time, 1932; entertainment of the the Law group. They will then go
Cincinnati Girls' Glee Club in April; to the League, which will be their
two concerts earlier in the semester, headquarters during the stay here,
in Adrian and at University High for luncheon.
School, and co-operation with male After luncheon the party will again
students in the production of De- tour the University, including such
Koven's "Robin Hood" last year. The buildings as the University Hospital
group has also sung at Ohio State and Mosher-Jordan dormitories.
University and. at various Michigan Returning from this they will be
colleges in recent years. guests at a special organ recital by
The concert tonight will take place Palmer Christian to be given in Hill
at 8:15 p. m. in Lydia Mendelssohn Auditorium in their honor. The aft-
Theatre. An admission charge of 25 ernoon will be concluded with a tea
cents will be made. Miss Hunt has at the .home of Mrs. Ruthven.
chosen the following program:
Group One, by the glee club- Assisting as hostesses will be Mrs.
Stanley: "Laudes. Atque Carmena;" Junius E. Beal, Mrs. Horatio J.
Moore: "College Days;" Czechoslo- Abbott, Mrs. George Burke, Mrs. Wil-
vakian folk song: "Wake Thee Now, liam D. Henderson, Mrs. Shirley W.
Dearest." Smith, Mrs. James G. Bruce, Mrs.
Group Two, by the University Wo- Clarence S. Yoakum, Mrs. Charles A.
men's Trio-Negro spiritual, "Lindy Sink, Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Mrs.
Lou;" Strickland: "Awake, Little Russel W. Bunting, Mrs. Albert C.
Robin, Awake." Furstenburg, Dean Alice Lloyd, and

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The campus is entertaining royally
this week-end with over 20 dances,
both formal and informal, scheduled.
The Law Club dance tonight is to
be informal and the chaperons are
Prof. John P. Dawson and Mrs.
Dawson, Miss Bertha Flynn, and
Miss Della McCallun. Lyle Pleshek,;
'33L, is in charge and Ray Gorrel's
Orchestra is to play.
A formal dance is to be held at
the Chi Phi house tonight under the
direction of Venable D. Johnson,
'34. Dr. M. R. McGarvey and Mrs.
McGarvey will attend. Max Gail's
orchestra is to furnish the music.
Delta Sigma Pi is also entertaining
with a formal dance at which Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Tibbitts will be pres-
ent. Edgar Hornik, '33, has made
the arrangements. Phi Kappa chap-
ter house will be the scene of an-
other formal dance for which Charles
Duerr, '34, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Stace are to chaperon.
Pi Lambda Phi is entertaining, and
Mr. Phillip Jay and Mrs. Jay and Dr.
J. A. C. Hildner will be present.
Zeta Beta Tau is holding a
house party this week - e n d at
which Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Frank,
Toledo, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Gage, Detroit, are to attend.
James Gould, '34, is in charge of
the formal dance to be given at the
Sigma Chi house tonight. The chap-
erons are to be Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
DeWeese, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Slagle, and Dr. William Brace. Delta
Chi is holding a, dinner dance for
which special decorations and plans
have been made.
A formal dance will also be held
at the Theta Delta Chi house for
which Fred George, '34, has made
the arrangements. Mr. and Mrs.
F. D. Donovan, Grosse Pointe, will
be present.
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority is enter-
taining with a formal dance tonight
at the Huron Country Club. Lillian
Fine, '36, is the chairman for the
dance. The chaperons are Mrs. Edna
Babson and' Miss Agnes Barker.
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Group Three, by the glee club_ Mrs. Leona M. Diekema.
Chaminade: "Evening Prayer in Brit-
tany." Group Four, by Margaret
Martindale, '34SM,-- violin solo. Hie' Dance Toi Be
Group Five, by the glee club - I tCa ar t It
"College Sing," a potpourri of Michi- 7(Rd R 'e
gan songs taken from Union operas,
the Junior Girls Plays, and other The Hillel Foundation will hold its
sources. Group Six, by Leah Mar- annual spring formal tomorrow in
garet Lichtenwalter, '33SM,- group the Grand Rapids Room of the
of vocal solos.. League.. Al Cowan will play for danc-
Jane M. Law, '34SM, will be the ing from 9 until 12. The entire sec-
accompanist to the club. ond floor will be given over to the
party.
Congrega ioiial Students inThe dance this year will be held
in cabaret style and will feature a
To Give Dance Tonight floor show under the direction of
An informal dance will be held to- the master of ceremonlies, John Sil-
night in the church parlors of the verman, '34. The price of the dance
Congregational Church under the will be $1.50, and tables may be re-
auspices of the Congregational Stu- served by calling 2-1156.

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Music will be furnished by the U. of
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25 cents. University students and'
their friends are invited to attend,
Miss Clark said.

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