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M r uTUMM1Y, QCTO~rr28f, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SORORITIES MEET IN fV
SECOD HOCEY HOUND
Alpha Chi Omega Defeats Kappa Alpha
Theta By Score Of 3-2 In Game
Yesterdaya
1HOOSE FRESHMAN SOUADS

Alpha Chi Omega won their secondr
game in league 4 yesterday afternoonA
:when they battled Kappa Alpha Thetac
to a 3-2 score. Both teams were ex- h
cellantly matched and for three-quart- D
, ers of theame it was impossible tog
prophesy the winner, but in the fourthd
quarter the Alpha Chi Omega team T
broke the 2-2 tie making the wi ning p
score. Lois Porter was the star of P
the Alpha Chi Omega team and was a
responsible for all three of the goals s
made. w
Combined zones 3 and 7 defaulted C
,to Kappa Kappa Gamma yesterday.w
Following the last class hockey
practice first and second squads were2
chosen for the freshman class which '
are composed of the following women, '
first squad-Elsie Weber, Herma Gra- a
bowsky, Doris Renhenberger, Dorothy
Bloom, Helen Collins, Dorothy McKee,
Elizabeth McCurdy, Alexandria Jan-
kuski, Alie Crane, Louise Cody, Ger-
trude Smith, Katherine Abbot, Mar-
garet Muffley, Margaret Olson. See-
ond squad-Molly Goodale, Arliene
Heilman, Elizabeth McCauley, Margar-
et Sybly, Mildred McConougly, Eliza-
beth Loomis Esther Pryor, Loraine I
Snell, Efyce 'Bird, Adelia Guest, Eliza-:
beth Pell, Clara Mitchell, Dorothy Fen-
cel.
The first game for the freshmen
' will be played at 4 o'clock today
against the sophomores. Every fresh-
manuast be out early for the selec-
tio' of the captains of each squad
F will take place before the game.
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T SQUARE HONORS FIVE
PLEDGES WITH BANQUET
T-Square, honorary society for wo-
men of the architecture and engineer-
ing schools, has started the year by
pledging five new members, who are
as folows: Margaret Funk, '29; Harriet
Stone, '29; Virginia Gein, '29; Helen
Frank, '28A, and Florence Crabb, '28A.
A banquet honoring the new pledges
was held Thursday night in the club
rooms of the student branch of the
American Chemical Engineering so-
ciety, where T-square will continue to
hold its meeting throughout the year.
During the, dinner, Grace Hildshaw,
graduate of the chemical engineering
department, related the history of
T-square society, and explained to the
pledges that the organization aimed to
promote the interests of women in the
architectural and engineering profes-
ions, to organize social work among
women in these schools, and to en-
courage a professional attitude toward
work.
Officers for the year were elected as
follows: President, Rachel Stellhorn,
28A; Secretary-Treasurer, Ruth Salee,
28A; Sponsors: Mrs. Camilla B. Green
and Miss Florence M. Bancroft.
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University Y. W. C. A.
To Send Ten Women
To Milwaukee Meet
Women who are interested in at-
tending the national conference of the
Student Y. W. C. A., which is to be held{
from December 28 to January 1, in
Milwaukee will be interviewed by
Sarita Davis, '27, from 3 until 5
o'clock Thursday in Newberry hall. It
is the desire of the Y. W. C. A. to send
ten delegates to the conference, choos-
ing as these delegates the most repre-
sentative women in the University.
Those who feel that they can not bear
the expenses of the convention alone
will be given some financial aid
through the Y. W. conference appropri-
ation.
The main purpose of the conference
will be to find the resources of Jesus
for the life of the world today. Under
this general subject there will be four
cycles, with a general discussion fol-
lowing each meeting. The first cycle
-will present relation of science to re-
ligion, the second will deal with world
brotherhood, the third with the ques-
tion, "Can Human Nature Be.Changed"
while the fourth will attempt to find
the "Jesus Solution."

AFTERNOON TEA WILL Delay Campaign For
HONOR FOREIGN WOMENmb
men,~~~~ wiIeathmN' ooro lembers One Week
Miss Grace Richards, advisor of wo-
men, wil be at home in honor of the Because of the finance campaign
Oriental womnnen tomrrow cttc~rnoon ,being planned by the Y. W. C. A. for
from 3:30 to 5:30 o'elock. at U-bour November 2, 3, 4, and 5, the life mem-
gymnasium. Airs. C aLre ie Cool bership drive of the Women's league
Little, Miss Alice LloyA, Mis ; 'ent iec: has been postponed until.Nov. 8 to 20.
Johnson, Mrs. Myra . JOr n.l iAss 'The women's convocation will form-
Fandira Crocker, Miss Mia:tha wny. o thedrive but the actual
and Miss Margaret Lord of lbe Worldj iciting will not begin until Monday,
Fellowship committee will r(I.(;( tlhe November 8. Mrs. W. D. Henderson
guests with Miss Richards. wil repres'nt the alumnae council and
Mrs. E. C. Goddard, Mrs. A. if.giv a talk on the coming campaign
White, and Miss Ruth Deemer willb be and President Clarence Cook Little
at the tea table assisted by Plrisclla will also support the project.
Choy, Ao Dju of Martha Cook dorm--
itory, Ruth Chan and Yae Tanaka of!
Betsy Barbour house, Yat-hing Tong, W. A. A. LA NS HIKE
and Sih Eu-Yang of Helen Newberry
residence. IW. A. A. has planned the first over-
Members of the World Fellowsap night hike of this year which will take
committee will assist through tle place Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 30
rooms. and 31. The committee in charge plan
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, former dean to leave Saturday noon and will
of women, will tell of early Barbour spend the night at a cottage at Whit-
scholars, some of whom are well more lake, returning Sunday morn-
known to the present group. ing. All those who wish to go on this

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