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WAA Spring Season Schedule
To Include Tennis, Golf, Riding

Sun sport activities at the WAA six women
start the new season this week with count will

who turn in the lowest
have the opportunity to

renewed activities in the fields of
tennis, golf, softball, archery and
Tennis tournaments programs will
offer three varieties, with singles,
doubles, and mixed doubles sche-
duled to begin Monday, April 22.
Women will enter individually, al-
though all participants are regarded
as representatives of their houses,
whether it be dormitory, league
house, or sorority. In the mixed tour-
nament, at least one member of each
couple must be a student of the Uni-
versity. On the WAB bulletin is a list
of contestants which must be signed
by all participants by this Saturday.
Enrollment for golf instruction of-
fered by the Extension at 5 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays in the
WAB under the direction of Mrs.
Violet K. Hanley of the physical edu-
cation department begins today.
Gratis Games Are Reward
Those women who hope to turn
in low scores between now and the
second weak in May are competing
for free playing privileges on the
University golf course. In the Medal
Play tournament, contestants can
play anytime and as often as they
wish up to the score deadline. The

play gratis the rest of the year. All
women are invited to enter.
Thirty yards from the archery tar-
gets will stand the novice archers
the week of May 6, when a round of
48 arrows will decide the campus
women's champion. The advanced
tournament will be held the' same
week, with women who have had a
fair amount of instruction partici-
pating. A regular Columbia round
will be shot; 24 arrows will be aimed
at thirty, forty, and fifty feet. Ap-
plicants must sign up on the WAB
bulletin board before May 4, Betty
Lyman, '41, chairman, announced.
Archers Are Active
Archers are working now with the
Intercollegiate Telegraphic Archery
Tournament, May 18 to 25, in view.
Offering an opportunity to try the
bow and arrow, the archery club has
invited prospective members to a
meeting at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, in
the WA$ lounge.
Softball teams go to bat today in
the annual intramural tournament
whose title is sought by sorority and
league houses as well as by dormi-
tories. Unattached women enthu-
siasts are advised to call Doris Allen,
'42, for information on team partici-

Swing Concert Tea To Honor
Will Feature jeI And Old
Savitts Msic LeagueHeads
WAA, Varsity Glee Club A Ruthven tea honoring both the
Cooperate To Sponsor old and the new League Councils
Second'Benefit Recital will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
today. Nine groups are especially in-
Sponsored 'ointly by the Women's P vited to this tea although all stu-
Athletic Association and the Men's dents are invited to attend as an-
Varsity Glee Club, Michigan's sec- nounced by Virginia Osgood, '41, so-
ond swing concert will be held May cial chairman.
1 at Yost Field House for the benefit Groups who have been invited are
of the Women's , Swimming Pool Collegiate Sorosis, Chi Omega, Beta]
Fund. Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi
Jan Savitt, the one-time sympho- Kappa Tau, Kappa Delta Rho, the
ny violinist who has made "shuffle Girls Cooperative House, Adelia
rhythm" famous, and his "Top Hat- Cheever House and Zone 5.
ters" will be the featured band. His Mary Frances Reek, '40, and Jane
appearance here will mark the end Grove, '41, will pour from 4 p.m. to
of a nine-months' engagement at 4:30 p.m. to be followed by Barbara
the Hotel Lincoln in New York City. Bassett, '40, and Annabel Van Wink-
Records Are Famous le, '41, until 5 p.m. Mary Minor, '40,
Widely known for such recordings and Harriet Sharkey, '40, will pour
as "It's A Wonderful World," "720 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
In The Books," "Indian Summer," Assistants to these women will be
and "Make Love With A Guitar," Jeanne Corboy, '42, Elaine Fisher,
Savitt may be heard nightly over '42, Nancy Gould, '42, and Dorothy
the National Broadcasting Company Trump, '42, who will be on duty
network. from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. They will be
"The Concert will be a concert in followed by Mary Dick Holcomb, '42,
the full sense of the word," co-chair- Jean McLachlan, '41, Alvira Sata,
men Yvonne Westrate, '41, and Ken- '42, and Ann Winters, '42, from 5
neth Heininger, '40, announced to- p.m. to 6 p.m.
day. "There will be no dancing, and Miss Osgood announced that the
a bandstand will be constructed in first hour members of the social
the Field House." committee whose names begin with
Sorority Tickets Distributed H through Z will be expected to as-
Betty Fariss, '42, and James sist in the living room by showing
George, '41, co-chairmen of the the guests through the house and
ticket committee, announced today standing in the receivirg line.
that tickets are being distributed to
one representative of each sorority,
dorrnitory and league house. Gen- C b To Exhib1t
eral campus and fraternity sales will
take place later in the week. All Table Settin
tickets will be priced at 50 cents.
Other members of the committee
in charge of the concert are Norma Garden Group To Discuss
Kaphan, '41, and Ralph Kelly, '40E,
co-chairmen in charge of publicity; Modern Displays Today
and Elizabeth Gross, '40, and George
Brown, '40E, are co-chairmen of the Ten modern table settings will be
house committee. Margaret Whitte- on display at 2:30 p.m. today in
more, '41, Phelps Hines, '41A, and- the League Ballroom as a part of
James Crowe, '41, are members of the demonstration sponsored by the
the publicity committee. Flower Arrangement Group of the

LY 9
Virginia Educator,
Chapter House Prof.sF. Lankford
Activity Notes p

New semester activities are still
being announced by local chapter
Alpha Chi Omega
The pledging of Kathleen Kredler,
'43, of Wapakoneta, Ohio, has been
announced by Alpha Chi Omega.
Alpha Chi Omega also announces
its recent election of officers. They
are: Rhoma Heal, '41, president;
Barbara Fisher, '41, vice-president;
Ann Wehner, '41, recording secre-
tary; Linda Gail George, '42, corre-
sponding secretary; Nancy Gossard,
'41, rushing chairman, and Shirley
Todt, '41, social chairman.
Alpha Xi Delta
Florence McCracken, '43, was in-
itiated by Alpha Xi Delta at their
Province Convention at Evanston
during spring vacation.


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All-Collegiate Ball
To Celebrate Visit
Of Newman Guests
Highlighting the weekend of so-
cial activities sponsored by the New-
man Club of the University of Mich-
igan, collegiate host to 300 visiting
delegates from various campuses in
the South and Midwest, is the all-
collegiate dance to be held from 9:00
p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
League Ballroom.
Against a background of collegiate
colors and banners, Earl Stevens and
his orchestra will play. In keeping
with the collegiate motif, the orches-
tra will feature the three most pop-
ular songs of the student choice in
special arrangements.
All students who have not yet en-
tered the song contest are requested
to submit on a card to Larry Ander-
son, '43E, their three favorite songs
with reasons for the choice. Entries
will be judged on the basis of the
originality and humor for selecting
the particular songs. Judges of the
contest are Lee Chrisman, student
director of the University Band,
Union orchestra leader Bill Sawyer,
and Frank Savage, music critic on
the Gargoyle staff.

Ann Arbor Garden Club.
Mrs. A. J. Meeks, of Detroit, will
lecture on the various techniques for
setting the tables, drawing her illus-
trations from those on display. The
tables will be complete with linens,
silver, china and fresh flowers.
Both formal and informal settings
have been planned, among them a
table typifying the period of "Gone
With the Wind". Others to be in-
cluded will be a picnic table, a buffet
setting, and a formal wedding sup-
Before the demonstration there
will be a subscription luncheon in
the League. Miss Dorothy Garland,I
of Detroit, will speak there on table

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