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SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1926
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AHAPTERS TO
ATTENDBANQUET
"Position And Influence Of Sorority
Women In World" To Be Subject
Of Address.
INVITE DELEGATES s

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"The Position.and Influence of So-
rorities inithe World" will be tixe sub-'
ject of the main address to be given
by Miss Helen C. Bowers of the De-!
troit Free Press at the annual Pan-
Hellenic banquet at 6 o'clock tomor-
row night in the main ballroom of the
Union. Miss Bowers was a former
Michigan student and a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She
spoke before a group of Michigan wo-
men, at a vocational guidance, confer-
ence concerning journalism as a field
e for women.
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of wo-
men, and Norma Bicknell Mansfield,
president of the Women's league, will
be called upon for brief talks. The
purpose of Pan-Hellenic and the creed'
of the national organization will be
outlined by Elizabeth Parrott, '26,
president, who will also introduce the
other speakers.
Out of town delegates who attended
the national Pan-Hellenic convention
at Ft. Worth, Texas have been sent
invitations to be present at the dinner.
Ruth Sorge, '26, chairman of tickets,
reports that every sorority will be
represented, a number of delegations
including entire chapter rolls. Be-
cause of the limit in the seating res-
ervations, a few of the larger groups
have been restricted in their number
of tickets.'
Those who attend the banquet will
not be prevented from seeing the per-
formance of "No No Nanette" at the
Whitney theater, according to Miss
Parrot. "Rather than have the guests
excused early and disturbe the speak-
er we are arranging to have the din-
ner over with earlier than .previously
planned," she stated.
Chaperones of the various sororities
have been invited and will be grouped
at a special table. In making the
seating arrangements the committee]
has attempted to place members of;
=Y.: one 'sorority at the same or adjoining
tables.'rA-ireception committee will be
placed on the first floor of the Union
to direct the guests to the cloak rooms
and dining hall.
Besides those appearing on the pro-
gram the speaker's table will include
Mr& kkA.- S. Hobart, and Miss . Grace-
Richards of the office of the dean of
women, Francis Parrish,' '27, next
year's president, and Melda Platt, '27,
nextbyear's secretray, Mrs.xWalter
Staebler, chairman of the executive
committee, and Mrs. Theophlie Kling-
man, next year's chairman; Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, and Mrs. Clarence Cook
Little, guest of honor.
Those responsible for the arrange-
ments of this affair are: tickets: Ruth
Sorge, '26, and Helen Metzger, '26;
songs, Mary Pell, '26, and Helen
Thorpe, '27 program Margaret Effing-
er, '26,' and Esther Tuttle, '27.
DETROIT. - Two "snow-motors"
will be part of the equipment to be
used in the attempt by Capt. George
H. Wilkins to fly "over the top of
the world" next March from Point
Barrow, Alaska.

Give Prizes To .
Winning Captains I
Of Finance Drive D
With the reports of nine teams still -
incomplete, .the _Y. W, C. AK financeĀ°
drive netted a total of more than $1750 Little T'1o Formally A ce~II onorary
according to a report given out last IChairmIanhip At elIro'It'
night. The total amount solicited yes- ! On'Tiveay
terday was $317.50 and of this, the
amaspatudes tam; led ' by Marian' DEAN TO BE PRESENT'
Uav dsoni, "2, lroght in $38.2o -namrrd
received first prize for the. day's work. 1'resident Clarence C.' Little will
,Second prize w45 .given to Alice Kel-~
S"28~ hadeas o' th e ogs Pep formaly ~accept the position of lion-1
Igg, 2, 1 er of te. eloggs Pep
team. orary chairman of the National Cam-1
A box of candy was given to Louise paign Committee for the Women',
Carlisle, 26, whose team has solicited League building fund at a meeting cf
$142.50. She was captain of the team the national committee to be heldt
known as Katrinka and this team has Tuesday at the Women's City club of
led in contributions during the whole Detroit. Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of
campaign. Virginia ,Hobbs, captain women, will be present at this meet-
of Happy Li'l Sal was a very close ing.
second in the contest, her team hav. The policy of President Little is
ing brought a total of $134. t marked by its harmony with the rec-,
A list of the final amounts of all ognition of women as a distinct unit
the teams will be published at a later on the Michigan campus. "Michigan1
date as wil the names of the houses must prepare herself to develop the
on campus which have contributed' the sense of group responsibility for
100 per cent in the drive. women which is just as essential as

Social Service Head Speaks [ League To Give
Of Work AtHospital SchoolC House Breakfast
No charge will be made for the
Continuing the education of children remained in their own districts they ---- breakfast to be given for the larger
who are ill in the hospitals is would have had no possible chance toi Junior Girl's play rehearsals start' league houses on campus next Sun-
one 'S[ he grieate t pr'b'ems facing keep on with their studies. All of tomorrow. Amy Loomis, '22,. director,, day at Barbour gymnasium, it was an-
the administrators, as Miss Dorothy ee aere rec i s naccepte requests that all juniors accepted, nounced yesterday, by Dorothy Cline,
ixetham of the social service depart- in their local schools. watch the women's page of The Daily '26, chairman of the house organiza-
nient pointed out in her address be-I "Discipline is out of the question for directions as to rehearsals which tion con mittee of the league. All
fo the local branch of the A. A. U. W.when dealing with children who are l will be given in accordance with the members of these hOuses who attend
yesterda at the auditorium of the ill, the school heads depending upon number of the chorus. Immediate or- the breakfast, will do so as guests of
1niveity hespital. Four years ago self-discipline and true interest to ganization will start tomorrow when the Women's league. Invitations will
the Kings I)ughters offered a sole-;keep the children from lagging in chorus I will meet at 4:00 o'clock,'be extended to the following houses:
tion by starting a school there for th'eir lessons," she continued. chorus II at 4:45 o'clock, and chorus I Bannashi Fox, Frink, Brummet, Reagh-,
I chilren who were unable to attend The biggest problem after finding II at 5:30 o'clock all in Sarah Caswell Westminister, Wood, and Witham
their re::ular grades and at the same out the obstacle to health and tak- Angell hall. Many of the musical se-'horses
time well cnomgh to study. Children ing measures to overcome it is to give lections will be ready to be used at Ingrid Alving, '26, is chairman of
who are crippled are just as mentally the children the conviction that they the first meeting according to Kath- the breakfast committee, and Dorothy
alert as perfectly healthy youngsters have work.to do and the confidence rive Buhrer, '27, chairman of the mu- Boehm, '26, has charge of the commit-
and are anxious to occupy their time. necessary. This year the children at sic committee. tee on decorations and invitations.
Once the school was established it the hospital wrote and acted a Christ- The casting is now complete, and Besides the possible combination of
was necessary to find some standard mlas play, one of the biggest ventures those who have been placed will re- the junior advisory committee, the
curriculum that would fill the needs they have undertaken. Many of those ceive cards of notification which are honor council, and the house organi-
of a diverse and ever changing group. who took part are of the type who being mailed today. While last year's zation committee, social functions to
"Not only the younger children but would not have been included were cast contained more than 150 memn- be given the second semester by the
the more advanced pupils wished to they in their own schools, and who bers, this year the play will be lim- house organization committee are to
continue their studies, anxious not therefore profited doubly. When such ited to 75 at the most. be discussed.
to fall behind their regular grades. It work can be accomplished and reso-
was also found that each pupil had lution fostered the time spent in the
his own peculiar difficulties, some hospital has not been wasted.
needing training in mathematics and The number of children who attend
others instruction in geography and the school is constantly increasing.
history. At the time the school was This makes it necessary to increase!
started there were children enrolled the teaching staff and equipment. The ''a
who had lost only a year or more local branch of the A. A. U. W. is
while others were behind seven or aiding in the support of the school
eight years. Many had given up all by giving funds to the teaching staff.
thoughts of continuing their educa- Miss Ketcham emphasized the fact
tion," said Miss Ketcham, that the University hospital is not
At present there are 15 children in a charitable institution but those who
the University hospital who have come need such care at the hospital may
from remote localities who are in the secure it by applying to the proper Genuine Orange Blossom
first to the third grade, Had they authorities.
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for men," he declared.l
l I have alreatdy noticed the difli-
culties under which Michigan women.
conduct their extra-curricula activi-

Tomen who are interested in the tisInctrel tiatda uilding ,1U wo
formation of the new outdoor club are men should not have lagged so far
requested to attend the meeting to be behind one for the men," President
held at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Bar- Little commented at the time of the
bour gymnasium. receiving of the invitation when he
was very cordial in his interest and
'Announcement has been made of the willingness to accept the leadership
engagement of Marguerite Ainsworth, and discussed what special aid he
'26, to Gordon Ibbotson, '26.. Miss could render this, year as honorary
Ainsworth is a member of Pi Beta Phi chairman.

sorority and Ibbotson of hermitage
fratkrnity.
There will be a meeting of jun-
ior women interested in making post-
ers for the Junior Girls' play at 4
o'clock Tuesday in the corrective
room of Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of SeniorI
society at 7:15 o'clock, Monday, in the
playroom of Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.'

With the consent of President Little
to accept the position the resignation
of former President Harry B. Hutch-
ins who had accepted the honorary
chairmanship in iterim, becomes ef-
fective.
Although Tuesday's meeting will
mark the f nal acceptance of the
chairmanship, all communications of
the national committee since October
have gone out under the name of
President Little as head.
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these sales, you can wear
far into the spring, for
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in design. Come in to-
morrow and see for your-
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