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SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 T IE MICHIGAN DAIL Y
New- PTo Hold FiftL Outstanding Features Of Week Brid
ew Leagfue V te-Presidents, }IcueTnT o
Sunday Night Include Play, Lectures, Dances The L
_____________ament
JudiCtary OuncilE osen Supper Today By SUZANNE POTTER tributed to educational institutions in tomorro
Martha Graham and her dance China, and will form a part of the the tour
. . . . _ 1 m-A troupe Dr. T. Z. Koo. Play Produc- $1,000 drive sponsored by leading The w

ge Tournament
Be Tomorrow
league-Union duplicate tour-
will be held from 7 to 10 p.m.
w in the League. Entries for
nament'closed yesterday.
winning team will receive the

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Enutenrainieiii I.o inciu.i
Madeline Krieghoff, Betty To Play At Slide Rule Jean Rutherford, Barbara 'Personality Attributes'
Spangler, Grace Wilson Eppstein, Betty Slee Are As F'orumi Discussion
ToBe Vice-Presidents New Council Memberse Personality Attributes" will be the
topic of the forum discussion which
Grace Wilson, '39SM, Madeline New members of the League Judi- will be part of th entertainment pro-
Krieghoff, '39, and Betty Spangler, ciary Council are Betty Slee, '40, Jean gram for the fifth Sunday Night
'39, were elected League vice-presi- Rutherford, '40, and Barbara Epp- supper. o be held at 6 p.m. today in
dents for the coming year by the stein, '39, it was announced yesterday. the League Ballroom.
Electoral Board of the League yester- .Other members of the Council, whose Congress and the Ann Arbor Inde-
day. appointments were announced last. pendents are the sponsors for this
Miss Wilson, vice-president of Al- week, are Sybil Swartout, '39, chair- week's supper. Other entertainment
umnae House, was music chairman man, and Mary Alice Mackenzie, '39. (features will be jig-saw puzzles of
for the Junior Girls' Play, was active
in the 1936 Sophomore Cabaret and Miss Slee, a resident of Mosher'the various districts of Congress and
wasvic-preidentothesophomore Hall, participated in last year's Fresh- the singing of group songs.
was vice-president of the sophomoreA new seating arrangement will be
class in the music school and vice- man Project and was assistant gen- initiated at the supper, according to
president of the Girls' Glee Club. She oral chairman for Sophomore Cab- Betty Notley, '39. chairman of the
is -also a member of Choral Union :aret. She it also a member of the affair. There will be a long table
and of Sigma Alpha Iota, professional --'Ersian business statf and of the the- for each of the 10 districts of Con-
music sorority._ esadwmngstsaed t
JGP Ticket ChairmanMIKE RILEY atre-arts commit ec of the League. gress, and women guests seated at
ech table will be residents of the
Miss Krieghof a resident of Mar- Mike Riley and his orchestra, Was In Sophomore Cabaret
tha Cook dormitory, was ticket chair- who will play for Slide Rule Friday A member of Kappa Alpha ThetAssembly zones corresponding to
man for J.G.P. and served on cor- night, ae currently featured at the sorority, Miss Rutherford workedto Congress districts.
mittees for the 1936 Freshman Pro- Trianon Ballroom in Cleveland. last year's Freshman Project and in Students in the School of Business
ject and Sophomore Cabaret. She Riley played fer the Michigan State this yea Sophomore abare as Administration and in the College of
has been an Assembly Board Repre- J-Hop this year. committee member and a dancer. She Pharmacy have been exteiided spe-
setativ fotwoe arsandnwmbrofthetheatre-artsial invitations to attend, but all stu-
sa dents are welcome, Miss Notley said.
member of the ballroom, orientation ld RI e W and merit system committees of the de pie of tickets i 35 cens.
and social committees of the League. j League.
A member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, T JijMiss Eppstein, of Mosher Hall, is
Miss Spangler was active in Fresh- D ecorate Dali on the business staff of the Daily,
man Project, Sophomore Cabaret and ais an Assembly representative and
J.G.P. and was a member of the so- " To decorations chairman of this year's
cial committee of the League. She is Insignias To epresent Michigras. She was also on the dec-
also a junior editor of the 'Ensian. Engineering Societies orations committee for last year's
Recent Amendments Made A huge slide rule will be the fea- ntern Night and was in the dance
According to the recent amend- uesierl ilb e- chorus of JGP.
mAntofdn te Leae rCnutieni tured decoration at the Engineers' List Electoral Board
ment of the League Constitution k annual Slide Rule Dance, to be held hrc
made by the League Council, the vice- annual Slde Rule ancertoybe he The Tzeague Electoral Board which
presidents are elected by the Electoral from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the chose the Judiciary Council members
Prior to this time, two can- Union Ballroom, it was announced by and also the three League vice-pres-
didates for each post were selected John Elsner, '38E, foor chairman idents is composed of Dean Alice C.
Ovirates forheachapostl were selected
by Judiciary Council following the Over the orchestra will be a transit Lloyd. Miss Ethel McCormick, social
customary petitioning and inter- to illuminate a cartoon, which will director of the League, Miss Laurie
viewing. After being approved by be for the students of the Literary Campbell, of the women's physical
the League Council, their names were College. All the engineering societies education department, Hope Hartwig,
submitted for a campus vote. will be represented by their insignias '38, Angelene Maliszewski, '38, Janet
placed around the ballroom. Allington, '38, Margaret Ann Ayers,
Cotneil, wmeersppoftetseue There are a few tickets left, Elsner '38, and Margaret Ferries, '38.
Council, whose appointments were said, and these may be obtained at_________________
made known last weekare Jean a the Union desk or from any member W.A.A. SCHEDULE
Holland, '39, president, Barbara Pat-W.A.SHDL
erson, '39, secretary; Helen Jean of the central committee. Badminton: Open hours, 7:30 to
Dean, '39, treasurer and Norma Cur- Mike Riley and his orchestra will 9:30 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday and
tis, '39, head of W.A.A. play for the dance. Riley is being Thursday; club hours 7:30 to 9:30
currently featured at the Trianon p.m. Wednesday, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Ballroom in Cleveland. He played for Friday, Barbour Gymnasium.
'the Michigan State J-Hop and is the Bowling: 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9
'High Tor' Tickets (opsrof"hIui Ge on
Scomposer of "The Music Goes Round p.m. tomorrow through Friday, 3
Are To Go On Sale and Round" and "Oh Boom." Mari- to 5 p.m. Saturday, W.A.A. Build-
-nana Miller will be here as vocalist. in .

Graham Seeks To Arouse Emotions
The program is being sponsored by
the Department of Physical Educa-
tion for Women, with students from
Lthe University and two high schools

years ago.
A lecture on the recent Chinese
crisis will be given by Dr. T. Z. Koo
at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in Hill Audi-
torium. Dr. Koo, graduate of St.
John's University, Shanghai, is
known as a world leader in church
and educational work.
Receipts Go To China
1f The money obtained from the sale
of tickets to the lecture will be dis-

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Tickets for "High Tor," fourth pre. Tea Held For Foreign
sentation of Play Production, to be
presented Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- Women Of Universilty
day and Saturday in the Lydia Men- More than 60 foreign women of
delssohn Theatre will go on sale at the University were entertained at a
10 a.m. tomorrow in the theatre box tea from 3 -to 6 p.m. yesterday at the
office. I home of Mrs. J. Raleigh Nelson.
The tickets will be priced at 35, 50 The tea was sponsored by Mrs.
and 75 cents. Prof. Valentine B. Byrl F. Bacher, Mrs. W. Carl Rufus,
Windt, director, announced that tick- and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Mabel Ross
ets for better seats for the Wdnesday Rhead, Mrs. Thomas Morley, Miss
and Thursday performances will be Ruth Danielson, Mrs. Louis Hopkins
available at the same price. and Mrs. George Carrothers assisted.
The box office will be open from 10- -
a.m. to 6 p.m. daily throughout the -
week. Reservations may be made by
calling 6300.

Dance: Martha Graham dance
recital 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, Pat-
tengill 'Auditorium, Ann Arbor
High School. Club meeting 7:30
p.m. Thursday, Barbour Gymna-
slum.
Fencing: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Barbour Gymnasium.
Rifle: 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
through Friday, W.A.A. Building.
Swimming: Open swimming, 4
to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Wednes-
day, Union Pool.

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