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Lr 8; TUS A,-CTOER 28, 1328

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lITlE ruriiin WIDOW OF STEEL 'Two Sororities And ALUMNA PRAISES 'MRS. HIENDERSON WILL
: LITTLIL ]SHEDULED KING AVOIDS BIG Zn r itr LEAGUE BUILINGS VISIT ALUMNAE GROUPS
IU fUIL U1#M N O CAL C I N~ Kappa Delta won its second game! UNI YINWASP Ce' lea1guecmpin r futhe
t.' ".ntWillr;T;At::.:.:;:::;:;?;:.....of the intramural hockey tournament' T nhMrgei c l ns.VW.meD. eguerscamp aig ng fnd
.~~ ~ti,,j N. league bulding on the women of the r' .Hneso smkn
PeienWl pekT aherJig A'Ysedyatronwe hybt;;trq of the various alumnae centers
yetrdyatenonwecte at- si tebggs tinhi thed~i hi oth h il ei
minion.,Tuesday For First Time tied Helen Newberry to a 2-0 score.,poec haduerr m, sh iMrn ,thi odint Clevelandl Oct.
This Yer The entire team of Helen NewberryprjcthtntessiesadtlsAko,0,oayinCvlndO.
putup spenid amebu thy wreA. H. Vadenburgh, president of the. 29 and 30 and back in Ann Arbor
^- °' ARRNGE OR RCEPTON unable to withstand the crushing on-;Grand Rapids alumnae capter ill i l y Nov. 2.
,,A. FRRCETO slaught of the Kappa Delta team led; interview recently. TDuirieida i ng Novemiber she will visit and
chiefly by Margart McNally, '27, who coprtininte gvern et and ierwit te av oyaldsokf-
. University women will be given an was responsible for one of the scores: activities of the womn that mae Ponia.irmnhaRoa Ok Bf
a ''opprtuity o har resientCla- and Belle Van de Water, 29, the other. activities so worthwhle. This is not ;hao Battle Creek and Bay City groups
ence Cook Little at 7:30 o'clock "Tues- '': The lineup for both teams is as fo- possible now with so many women bsides meeting again with the Fed-
:""we e iladrs the ":" m'n:'ereandI:n..meet"ng i'Ice lurgc iaion of Women's clubs at Wayne.
dy,;Helen Newberry Kappa Delta enough to acconnoat. them, and no Phelw trips have proved beneficial
eta students in the assembly hall of the ;...,_ M oisGHcssii togeog ouie the o the local goups ad Mrs. Heder
Union This is the first time this M.Roinon ...*......... D ik prtsjn nug ntete.sisaltobithenuismf
yerta rsdn itewill tl to J .Beebe ........ RF.... M. Summersj When the League was first started fliabetbrnthetussmo
year that T.esininusLitt.eLw.ta.k.:G:,Appe_'t:with:500:women.enrolled;in theschoolIwitt 500centrallcommitteeetootheeoutlying
the women of t. nvrstTln............T. . Hartwig......,HF.... E . AMcentsh arouregy nimo slargntesenool i le lcswhich do not so vividly realize
* The custom was lifiagurated 'twoM.Hrwg... H..EMcnohBrurymaimaslgenuh
yearsMiller....e.PCes...nt"BTowosend but it most certainly is not now and te nieed for the proposed League
yersaowil$Peidn Bronw.;.".Ca tr....L.......Abybcueo hitem rt fW)bildng.
still in office, with the idea of introduc-! "Cre ...L eas ftiteia:niyo o
inKh.Peiet oepesnlyLoEardneW......n.are denied the added richness-
the women. E .. . Abbot....... . .LW.... P. Markham ofcllg
Mr.WilamB enesoexc E. Welman ...RI. .B. Van de Water acts made while wovrking- to~ethe r aWAY
rsWila B.Hneonexc-V .Gates.....L....MMcal Mr afeurhbleethti!=RS A IOL
f ive-secretary of the Alumnae council, LIMTcal r.Vnebrt elee hti1E T R V III~
M. Smith.......CF ......E Oborn is this big aspect ivolv!d i the spirit'
will alobpihreetad twill addvrs Zeta Tau Alpha won from Alpha that prompted women to start out on Dta Omicron national musical so-
ste goup ihr egruoe un r Gamma Delta by a score of 1-0 The a drive for a bilding- that i the one! rority is the new name of Priscilla
-..~...*-.-..-.***game was a fast one and until the end importanttigt oke ill mindi~. "l It i u(tch society, as the members have
ferve the addoressneachto mant ill of the fourth quarter neither team is this that has kept the alumnae to I4ffiiatd \witil this national organiza-
ident Little personally as he will stand- scored but at the end of this time the getheri in the face of te manv on I 'onn
In te reeivig 'inetogeher ithZeta Tau Alpha team rushed the goal stacles they have had to face," she T 'he sorority, under its new national
interciiglneMoehrwt frs. Louise Carnegie with one score as the result, said. regime, announces the pledging of the
Evelyn Murray, '27, president 'of the A democratic millionairess is Mrs. Delta Gamma: battled Pi Beta Phi Grand Rapids has a unique organi iolowig: Thelmia Brower of Jack-
League, Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Louise Carnegie, widow of the late for three-quarters of a game and then zation among its alumnae which no so; Irma Wedler of Rochelle, Il.;
Richards, and Miss Beatrice Johnson, steel king. Mrs. Carnegie could be a had tostpbcueodaksswh other city has yet. adopted -a :junok raWbro, al t.Mre
advsors of women, Mrs. Norma Bick- sca ueiwt oceya e eta so ue othdartesspae withI'Vebro autSe.Mre
socil qeenwit socetyat er eet scre f 33. Bth eam plyedalumnae club. This is comosed ofI Jeanete' Spaing of Fremont, 0.; El-
nell Mansfield, assistant advisor of altewmnwohv rdae 1lnPel fWligoO;Rt
but she dislikes large social affairs. excellently and it i mosbet l h oe h aegaiac o el fWligo,0;Rt
° Thewometn nd M rsedendwt Philanthropies tk oto e ie determine the winner if the other during the past three yeradpe cCtho fWierHvnFl.
dnysent rtaiprnoshe d es itcheoinedofarteihadereH avenedFTh e.;
Thoemeigwl eoeedwt n netiin h osi o ed qurtrha ee paed he repares them to take their places in Doothy MDermd of Columbiavile;
the ;ingi' -g of p Maizepoua and Blue and to small dinners among life long mainder of this game may be played at the work of the active alumna -'Sella Clemnt of Ishpeming; and
cI'lse'iter opularMyCollege Dasng, friends. Mrs. Carnegie has just ar- a later datelsocato TliabthCon of Detroit.
"i'llNe'r rgellitrM ollteeDas." rived from Europe with her daughter. Zone 6 came out the winner of their
Murra This photo was taken since her ar- game with Delta Zeta with a 2-0 score. !
ere,.7
All entering women are' especiallyI rival.
,n vot t~ ttend this gathering as ;it. _ __________ READ THE W N ADS m }
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Faclty;Wom en's club will hold a re- I Beauty ParlorSm r Ne o-ao
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U-ion fp~r wives of the new faculty memn-lS atN w0D mo
bes. _________Monday's and Tuesdays Accessories!
+ ,. T htoa Phi Alpha announces the Onl
pledging of. Veronica Nolan, '30, of y *Oly
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