a SAT1RD AY, MAY 22, 1926
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FIRST JsC3 CONFERENCE
FOR WOMEN HELD HERE
Women from five Michigan junior
colleges met here in a conference on
Tuesday and Wednesday, for the first
time in the history of these institu-
tions. "Flint, Grand Rapids, Bay City,
Pontiac and Port Huron were respect-
'° sively represented by two delegates se-
lected from the student bodies, whose
expenses were paid by the local Wom-
en's Self-governing associations. The
a colleges also had the privilege of send-
ing four other delegates at their owns
expense. There were 26 delegates
from the junior colleges, and as four
of these institutions possessed gradu-
ates attending the University one was
appointed to sponsor each delegate
group and attend the meetings.
This conference was held under the
auspices of the Women's league which
made all arrangements for the dele-
gates and aided in the meetings. The
result of the conference which was
held as an experiment was so success-
ful that it was decided to hold a simi-
lar one earlier next year, also in Ann
Arbor, as the majority of the gradu-
ates of the junior colleges attend the
University in preference to the smaller
institutions in the state.
The meetings Tuesday were devoted
to a discussion of the relation of the
junior college student to the Univer-
sity, and those Wednesday to the dis-
cussion of the difficulties and prob-
lems met by the women at their re-
spective colleges. The delegates were
shown about the campus and Ann
Y Arbor and taken to th'e Lantern night
^rceremony that they might gain an
aide of life at the University and re-
turn to their homes able to explain
and describe it to their associates.
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of women,
entertained the delegates at a lun-
cheon Wednesday before the final,
meeting of the conference at the
W. A. A. tearoom which Mrs. Myra
B. Jordan, former dean of women at'
the University attended. The dele-
gates were introduced to the routine
University life by women student
r guides who conducted them to classes
and through the buildings.
Thelma Anton of Grand Rapids was
f chairman of the conference.
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Y.W.C.A. To Hold
Plans for a waffle breakfast to be
held Friday and Saturday mornings,
June 11 and 12, under the auspices of
he University Y. W. C. A., are near-
ing completion. The breakfast will be
held in the dining room of Newberry
hall and both men and women are in-
vited to attend. The purpose of the
breakfast is to accommodate students
whose present boarding houses will
be closed at that date, and to offer
a convenient place for parents and
alumni who will be here for the days
Miss Inez Bozarthr, Mrs. Louis Bred-
vold, Bernice Staebler, '28, and Betty
Nutt, '28, compose the central com-
mittee and all plans are being formu-
lated under their directions.
TO COMPETE FOR TITLE
As a result of the interclass baseball,
games played Thursday afternoon, in
which the freshmen and seniors were
defeated, the junior and sophomore
teams will compete for the champion-
ship in the final game of the class
tournament this morning. This game
is to be held at 11 o'clock and will be
the sixth, event on the program of the
telegraphic track meet which Michi-
gan is holding with four other uni-
versities of the Big Ten, Illinois,
Northwestern, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
All women are eligible and are urged
to take part in the meet.
Mrs. Sidney C. Borg of New York
City is the first woman president of
the New York City !Conference of
Charities and Corrections, an organi-
zation founded 17 years ago.
THErA SIGMA TO 1iOIN
Theta Sigma, honorary journalistic
society, will be installed as the Alpha
Theta chapter of the national fratern-
ity, Theta Sigma Phi, tomorrow morn-
ing at Martha Cook. Miss Sara Lock-
wood, of Columbus, the national presi-
dent of the organization, is to arriv !
in Ann Arbor today. She will be en-I
tertained at tea this.afternoon, and at
breakfast tomorrow which will be fol-
lowed by the installation ceremony. A
dinner will be given at 12:30 o'clock
at the Green Tree Inn.
Established in 1909, Theta Sigma
Phi, has a national reputation similar
to that of the men's organization, Sig-
ma Delta Chi. It has 30 actives andi
nine alumnae chapters.;
The election of officers of Theta
Sigma for next year was held Thurs-
day night at the Alpha Chi Omega
house. Florence Buttolph, '27, was
elected president of the society, Ger-
trude Bailey, '27, vice president, Vir-i
ginia Sands, '28, secretary, Margaret
Parker, '27, treasurer, and Margare:
Sherman, '27, keeper of the archives.
Miss Delphine Fitz of Upper Darby,
Pa., a student at Bryn Mawr, is the
winner of the $2,000 Carnegie Foun-
dation Fellowship for the advancement
of teaching of the arts.c
Women wishing positions in Detroit
for the summer, who are capable typ-
ists or qualified stenographers, are of-
fered an opportunity to place them-
selves through the mediums of the
Remington Typewriter Co. and the Un-
derwood Typewriter Co. of Detroit.
The vocational guidance committee
of the Women's League has received
letters from both of these concerns,'
stating that if the women who want
work will communicate with them
there are substitute positions which
they will be able to fill.
All golf clases held at 2 o'clock
Monday and Tuesday, and at 10 and
6:45 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday,
are requested to meet with Miss Mc-
Cormick on the University golf course.
The committee in charge of the Y.
W. C. A. waffle breakfast will meet at
3 o'clock on Monday in Newberry hall.
There will be a meeting of the cab-
inet of the university Y. W. C. A. at
4 o'clock on Monday at Newberry hall.
The program committee of the lead-
ership commission will meet at 5
o'clock on Sunday at the Haunted Tav-
Michigan playing cards are still on
sale at Wahr's book store, the Quarry
Drug store and the alumnae council
office in Alumni Memorial hall.
A riding meet in connection with
the track meet will be held at 2 o'clock
today at the fair grounds. This will
give a chance to win W. A. A. honor
points. The horses will be free.
A mass meeting of freshman women
will be held Monday afternoon at 5
o'clock for the purpose of selecting
a committee for next year's Freshman
spread. The place will be announced
Miss Jannet B. Williams of New
York City, bedridden fort twpl years,
supports herself by giving singing les
sons. Recently an operetta, written
and composed by her was performed
in Guild Hall in the Steinway build-
ing, New York City.
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