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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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en Greet "Sisters" With Aid
Of M~en after Tena Days' Rushin~g

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All senior and sophomore advisors of
entering upperclassmen wvill meet t
4:30 o'clock~ this afternoon at Barbour'
gymnasium.

5,:00, o'clock this afternoon,' in Bsar-1
h our gymnasium. It is very important
that all members attend.
IFreshmen Quake;
NoisyWelcome

After being eseged for ten days
and entertained gat breakfasts, lunch-
Seons, teas and dinners, 135 entering
women capitulated last Sunday aft-
ernoon to -the 17 sorori~es on the
campus. The effort that sorority wo-
men have made (uring the apat two
weeks to maser incomprerensible
,ruhing rules will shortly be supplant-
e-_d by the attempt to master those
rules which, in the estimation of the
lfalty, are more essential.
Fraternity men demonstrated a.
keen and noisy interest in the pro-
ceedings of Sunday afternoon by
hoi iigkhrs and blowing whistes
and de1,ring loudly as each freshman
wasai'e~tionately greeted by her new-
ly accepted sorority sisters.
Thos'e who were pledged Sunday are
as foillows: Alpha Chi Omega: Mar-
Jorio linger, Iron Mountain; tyntha
Smith, Ann Arbor; Helen Ramsey,
~Ann Arbor; Elizabeth Shils on, Detroit;
Ielen- Metzer, Detroit; Amy Norton,
Well sville, N. Y.; Dorothy Whitehouse,
Bay CEity; Marjorie Lockwood, Cold-
Swriter; Jeanette 'Beckwith, 'Detroit;
la ice Weinans, Chelsea; Catherine
GTrifflths, Detroit.
1 Alpha Epsilon Phi: Bernice Kay;
Omraha, Nebr .;.Judith Hootkins, Grand
Rap' s; Ruth Caplan, Detroit; Ber-
nie 'Siegel, Eveleth, Minn.; Gertrude
Marks, Ots ego; Helen Straus, Cleve-
land,' 0; eva Kay, :Oaa, Nebr.
Alpha, Kappa: LaBreyrl Smart,
Higiand Park; Zola Byers, Kala-
mazoo; Marjorie Helm, Cadillac; Ger-
alVl -b Sackett Youngstown, 0.
A ha Omicron "Pi: Virginia Van
Zandlt, Detroit; Eleanor Daumgard-
ner 'Highland Park; Marion Hallett,
Defoit; Florence Friebig, Grand Rap-
ids; "Arline Ewing, Detroit.
Alpha Phi: Frances Adams, D-
trbltj Margaret and Dorothy Cham-
berlanin, :Muskegon; Katherine Kies
Pafroit; Margaret Rice Wayne; ,Char-
ltte Jacobs, Ann Arbor; Madeline
Snfow ,Kalaazoo.
Alpha Xi Delta: ern Mae,. Brit-
tonr, Ann. Arbor; Fanny Ransom,
Alamo; 'Ruth Tllman, Toledo, 0.;
Pauli ne Izor, Durand; Edith Thomas,
andi Helen Crowe, Manistique.
C i Omega: Ruth Rankin, Ann Ar-
bor; Edna Kadow and Gertrude
Mohler, Toledo, .; Dorothy Yount,
Detroit; Grace MDonald, Holly; Mar-
garet Shafer, South Bend, Ind; Rhea
Schlaack, Birmingham; Margaret
Trainer, Sale , W. Va.; Margaret Ged-
des, Shrevep6rt, Ia.
Collegiate! Sororsis: 'Katherine
' -oward, Kalamazoo; inn Gale, Buf-
falo, 'N. Y.; 'Virginia MVey, Leing-
ton, Ky.; Eunice Rose, Hammonds-
port,. New York; Elizabeth Morgan,.
Battle Creek; Sylvia Ca~ot, Miton,
1Mass.; Mary Cooley, Ann Arbor; Ar-
line Fleming, and Helen Hutchins,
PontiAc; A~tIut hor' , lrolyn,
N. Y.; Laura Packer Bay City; Ruth
'Kamerer, Louisville, y.; Betty Par-
rott, 'J "cksop; Louise Huff, Detroit;
Charline Leonard, Grand Rapids.
Deta Delta Delta: Ruth Carson,
An Arbor; 'Patti Siler,' Detroit;'
Elizabeth McDonald, Rockford, ,Ill.;
Alma Miler, Detroit; Vema Null, De-
troit; Hazel Rich, An Arbor; Helen
Stair, Ann Arbor; Marion Stager,
Archb old ,0.; Thelma Weigand, De-
Delta Gamma: Ann. Seeley, Caro;;
Elizabeth Woodwar, Coldwater;
Caiherine 'Wilson, N~rt Wayne, In-
diaia;'Helen Crocker, 'Denver, 0,o16;
Margaret Effinger, Ann Arbor; Phila
Armstrong, Cheboygan.
':amma~ Phi Beta: Alice Owen,
'Clevelanl, .; Jessie Sprague, Cheboy-
gn&; Janet 'Vandenberg ,Grand Ha-
eni Frances Gredin, Highland, 0;
)(frothy 'Hartshorn, Owosso;' Jean
Fogle, Charleston, W. Va. ; Lucia Lee
Kilpatrick; Mary Pell, Helen 'Haw-
loos, Detroit ; Mary Haskell, Luding-
tong1 Winifred Cheney, Milwaukee,

Kappa Kappa Gamma: Christine
Anderson, Grand Haven; Elizabeth
Beard, Northville;, Honora Falconer,
Grand Rapids; Thora Hoyt, June
Knisley, and Frances Gorsline, Battle
Creek; Elizabeth.. Finley, Ann Arbor;
Ilosebelle Lee, Port Huron; Cather-
ine Mellen;, Royal Oak;Marion Mar-
tin, Escanaba; , Ellen Van Zandt, Dal-
las, Tex.; Alice Vanderhorst, Kalam-
azoo; Helen 'Johnson, Detroit.
Pi Beta Phi: Catherine Clarke, Hast-
ings; Helen Hall and Alma Walz,
Ann Arbor; Margaret Stewat, Mar-
shall;, Louise Roberts, Highland Park.
Theta. Phi Alpha: Mary Lila Zang,
Battle Creek; Jane Speusgard, . De-
troit; Helen Morrow Jackson; Wini-
fred Rookes, Ama; Edith Rhinelault,
Saginaw; Zita Rauner, Hartford;
Catherine Moriarity, Ann Arbr; Jos-
ephine Stearns, Adrian; Monica
O'Brien, Ann Arbor.
Zeta Tau Alpha: Alma Richey,
Dowagiac;. Lillian Harding, Mainsel-
ona; Pauline Malone -and Nette own-
jug Lauriuin;,Genieve Booth, Detroit;
Elizabeth Zentner, Oshkosh, Wis.p
FALL 'SPORTS B3EGIN WITH
HO0CKEY MErEING FOR WVa11E
Hockey, the principal fall spoft for
women, began its seaso this, year
with a meeting of all interested juniors
and seniors at 5 o'clock yesterday 'af-
ternoon in Barbour Gymnasium. pi}c
the season is necessarily short, d'lurg
number of upper classmen have been
urged to come out in order to provide
wide selection for the' intr-class
teams, Each class has a -first and
second team, and since reach teamh con-
sists of eleven players, there N~ room
for everyone, who is willing to work.
Entering upperclassmen who are in-
terested in, playing are extended a
special invitation.
EDUCATION SCHOOL
ROOMS CONGEST.1EP
Eivery clssroom in the School of
Education but one has been 'reassign-
ed owing to extreme congestion.
Most classes in education are held
in the basement of Tappan hll, which
has. poor lighting and ventiating fa-
ciities. One of 'the professor's offices
requires artificial light wjenever in
use. In one room there is seating
space for 25 students, while 90 re-
ported for recitation. The air in the
overcrowded basement is unfit for
breathing,. it is laid, and 'sine most
of they classes are held in the after-
nloon when the students are already
fatigued, an unfavorable reaction' to
their environment results. ;
┬░Track Amaager Tryouts Wanted'
Sophomores wshing .to try oat or
trapk manager, are requested~ to r-
po it in the Varsity lockers rooms,
Waterman gymnasium, from 3 until
5 o'clock this afternoon. An assist-
ant manager will be on hand to take'
names of canddates.
DR,* We S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANi
616. first, Nat'l Bk. Bd.
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'M, anuscripts fcr the Junior Cirls'
play are due Wednesday, October 25.j
Those who plan to submit plays arer
requested to (10 s0 on, or before that
date if possible. Helen D~elbridge will
take charge of all contributions.
Michigan Dames. will hold their first
meeting gat 8 o'clock tonight, in New-
berry hail. Students wives are eligible I
for membership. For further informna-
tion call Mr's. Robert Steliwa~gon,
All girls interested in beonging to
t'he Girls' Mandolin club will have, an
opportunity to try out from 4 to 5:30
o'clock, Tuesday, and Wednesday,. at
Newberry hail. Any girl who can play
a stringed instrument is eligible for
membership.r
Ail girls who wish to try out for the
University Girls' Glee club are re-
quested to meet at 3 o'clock Wed nes-
day, October 5, in room 204 of thet
School of Music.It
Portia Literary Society will meet at
7:15 <o'clock tonight in room 302 Ma-t
son hall. Important business will bel
transacted and all members are urged
to attend.
T'he WVpmen 's Athletic associationt
board will hold its first meeting at1

"Be am ! Boom Bahb! Y!,ilere cpme
two! Give 'en the big gun boys. Hlip,
hip, hip lboo hip!'' Tho regions betpwv
had c-eeything in c onion with the
heat on the faces of two shy young
fpledges Who wvalked up Wiashtenaw
yesterday afternoon. The twvo young
things t riedl to look sophisticated andl
u nconcernedl--but in. reality thieir
Ikueus kept steady time with the
drums and their eyes tr'olled wildly
hit her andl yon.
'11 he roa rs, shrieks and yells of the
would-be funny-boys rose' higher and
higher and try as they might the
pledges could not get out of step. Tlie
crowds along' the side lines, increased
and thle noise was deafening. The sor-
ority house seemed thousands of miles
Caway, but finally-finally it looliwd
into sight. Scarcely able to navigate,
our two heroines marched on and in
reaching the porch in a near stage of
collapse. "And I thought," said .one,
"that the mnen here didn't have any in-
terest in coedls at all." Men are such
funny creatures anyway that their pet-
ty indulgences w'il have to be excused'
-especially. since some of them re-
tain their pranks of Hligh School days.
Aff'inw N eed1s Vaudeville Tryouits.
Tryouts for vatudeville at Mimes
theater for. Oct. .6 and 7 are asked
to call 16 at once and ask for Rob-
11ins.

31N 0 UNCE.ME-NT IS MAIt)E
OF STUDENTS' MARRIAGE
Announcement has been made of the
rna,rriage of Virginia Bridgefort, '22,
of Pickens, Mliss., to Dean D. Atkin-
soni, Jr., '23E, of Brunswick, Ga.
Mrs. Atkinson is a member of the
Biet-a Sigma Omicron sorority at Belle
1 [aven College, and Mr. Atkinson is a
member of "tire Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity. 'At presnt they are living
in Ann Arbor at 914 Dewey Street.
Catt~olle Students Will Hold 'Fair
Catholic students will hold a fair
in the Labor Temple from October
25 to 2R, for the purpose of raising
money for their new dormitory. All
arrangements have been made by the
vario'us committees in charge, and
tickets are already on sale on a
Dodge car which will be given
away.
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT. REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH1
710, Arbor Street
Near State and -Packard streets

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Kappa Alpha Theta:' Clarice Cas-
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Detroit; Eleanor 'Worthington, Kal-
~amazoo; Elizabeth Blbackwood and
Fidelma Hoffstetter, 'Ann Arbor; Vir-
ginia Kersey, Muncie, Ind.; 'Louise
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~Kappa Delta: Josephine Clark, Ann
Arbor; Dorothy Ogbur n, Sagina*;
Frances Roose, Toledo, 0O.; Dorothy
Waldo, Riverside, Ill.

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