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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1926 I

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AMERICAN WOMAN
MICHGANSORRITES QUAKE H EROINE

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ScholTrship Cup is Presented to Alpha.
Chi Omega at Third Annual
Group Dinner
PRESIDENT LITTLE SPEAKS
With 20 sororities represented, by
700 Michigan women, the third annual'
Panhellenic banquet was held last
night in the ball room of the Michi-
gan Union, the first one to be held in
the fall of the year. This change
facilitated the presentation of the
scholarship cup which is presented
annually to the sorority having the
highest academic average and the
introduction of the new pledges.
Following the banquet, several ad-
dresses were given, the first being
by Evelyn Murrey '27, president of
the Women's league. Miss Murrey
urged the cooperatipn of fraternity
and independent women, in all the
work which is to be carried on during
the coming year. Following the
speech of Miss Murrey, Ira M. Smith,
Registrar of the University,made the
formal presentation of the scholarship
cup, to Alpha Chi Omega..
Dr. Clarence Cook Little, was then
introduced by Frances Parrish, '27,
President of the Panhellenic associa-
tion, as the speaker of the evening.
Dr. Little used as the topic of his ad-
dress the lack of true loyalty in the
modern sororities and fraternities.
lie stated that a sorority must not I
only be loyal to the group but to the
individuals comprising the group. In
Dr. Little's opinion, the fraternities
of the country bank opportunity
against obligation, and he believes
that there are five great points to be
stressed for the achievement of op-
portunity the first being to hunt for
it and miss out on the fundamental
points.
Virginia Kersey '27, acted as general
chairman of the banquet, while Helen
Thorpe '27 had charge of the music.
Guests of honor included President
Clarence Cook Little and Mrs. Little;
Registrar Ira M. Smith and Mrs.i

SE.COND YEAR WOMEN
ELECT CIRCUS HEADSi
Ellen Grinnell, Agnes Hoffman Elected
Leaders Of Class Stunt At
Recent Meeting
MISS JOHNSON SPEAKSI
At the meeting 'of sophomore wom-
en held yesterday, at Newberry hall
Ellen Grinnell was elected 'general
chairman of the Sophomore circus
which is again to be held in connec-
tion with the Women's league bazaar,
Dec. 3 and 4. Miss Beatrice Johnson
of the committee of advisers to women,
explained that the purpose of the cir-
cus was to make the sophomore wom-
en better acquainted, not to make
money, also stating that all sopho-
mores are eligible to take part in the
stunts, only chairmen of stunts must
be eligible academically. The money
which was left from the Freshman
spread willbe used to help finance the
circus.
Elections then took place. Agnes1
Hoffman was elected assistant chair-
man of the circus. Six chairmen of
committees were also elected. They
are Cynthia Hawkins, Betty Smither,
Mary Alice Moore, Natalie Vincenti,
Marion Redding, and Marion Broehm.
A meeting of these chairmen will
take place to decide what committee
the various chairmen will head, andI
to appoint twelve chairmen for the
twelve stunts which will comprise
the circus.
Dues for active membership amount
to $1. The W. A. A. only recently has
limited its active members to those
women who have already earned 100
athletic honor points, thus limiting the
organization to women who are active-
ly enthusiastic about women's athlet-
ics. Only active members are allowed
to vote in the spring for officers of
the W. A. A.
Historic Fort Henry, whose gallant
defense inspired "The Star Spangled
Banner," is to be restored by the
government. Plans haye been made
for equipping the fort as it was at
the time of the British attacw during,
the War of 1812.
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TWHY THE 6s?3/ 1 - r-1'-,
The Y. W CC. A. offers the w Convocation Tonight
men of Michigan a chance to de---
velop a true and deep fellowship President Clarence Cook Little will
(with one another, a fellowship address a convocation of all University
which is founded on their seek- women at 7:30 o'clock tonight in thet
ing together for the best way of assembly hall of the Union, continu-!
living and their experimenting ing a custom inaugurated two years'
togther to test their ideals. ago, while President Burton was still!
CYNTHIA SMITH, '27,. ( in office, of introducing the President
President of the more personally to the women. Mrs.
Y. W. C. A. W. D. Henderson, executive secretary
I_______________of____________ the Alumnae council, will also be
present and will outline the plans for
( - the life membership drive of the Wo-
Annual Y.\.Financemen's league.
D eioThis is the first opportunity this
Drive' Begins T oday year that President Little has had to
speak to the women alone, and it also
affords an opportune time for Mrs.'
Beginning today anud extending Henderson to discuss the work of the
through Friday, the Y. W. C. A. will undergraduates in earning the propos-'
hold its annual finance campaign ed $20,000.
among the women on the campus. Per- After the talks each woman will be
sonal calls on all woman students will given the opportunity to meet Presi-
be made in an effort to reach the goal dent Little, as well as Mrs. Hender-
of $2,000. One hundred and sixty five son, as they will stand in the receiv-
workers divided into teams of 10 will ing line, together with Evelyn Mur-
take part in the campaign. Compli- ray, '27, president of the league, Miss
mentary luncheons will be served at Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Richards, and
Newberry hall each noon of the cam- Miss Beatrice Johnson, advisers of
paign for all team workers. It is im- women, and Mrs. Norma Bicknell
perative that all women working on Mansfield, assistant adviser of women.
the drive be present' at this time to All entering women are especially
make their reports to the team cap- invited to attend this meeting as it is
tains. The team which secures the an opportunity to meet and talk with
greatest number of contributions in both President Little and the advisory
the four days of the campaign will be committee.
pre'sented with a prize. Singing of the "Maize and Blue" will
The slogan of the drive "Lift your open the evening, while the popular
giving to your plane of living" form- college song "I'll Ne'er Forget My Col-
ed the keynote of the opening meet- lege Days" will signal its close. Miss
ing for team workers yesterday after- Murray will introduce the speakers.
noon. Miss Elura Harvey, '25, gave
the inspirational address, appealing to the teams after whichnEvelyn'Murray,
the workers to make the campaign in- '27, president of the Women's league
formational as well as financial. Ed- gave a short talk in which she gave
wina Hogadone, '28, chairman of the assurance of the league's wholeheart-
drive gave the final instructions to ed sympathy with the purpose of the
Y. W. C. A.

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N O T I C E S 4 o'clock; freshmen and seniors at 5
o'clock. It is absolutely necessary
that all teams be on the field prompt-
Portia initiation has been postponed ly at the scheduled hour. They are re-
until Tuesday, Nov. 9. quested to appear in the uniforms
The newcomers section of thetFac- agreed upon.
ulty Women's club will meet at the! W. A. A. board will meet at 6 W'-
clubhouse on Ingalls street at 2:30 clock tonight at the Lantern shop.
'clock today. All new members are There will be a meeting of the lead-
ership commission of the Y. W. C. A.
Mummers, dramatic society, will at 4 o'clock today at Newberry hall.
continue tryouts from 3 to 5:30 o'- Miss Maude Gwinn, national student
clock today+ secretary, of the Y. W. C. A. will lead
The Tuesday afternoon play-reading the discussion.
section of the Faculty Women's club
iwill meet today at the home of Mrs. MuPiEsln anoce th

U. B. Phillips, 1945 Cambridge road.'
All those who have earned their
summer pledges for the Women's lea-
gue are asked to turn it in to Mrs.I
S. D. Henderson executive-secretary
of the Alumnae council or to Elizabeth
Blackwood, 63 Monterey avenue, High-
land Park, Mich.
Iockey games for today are sched-
uled as follows: First teams, fresh-
men and seniors at 4 o'clock; sopho-
mores and juniors at 5 o'clock. Sec-
ond teams, sophomores and juniors at

pledging of: Helen Sherrard, spec.,
Uelen Hartman, '28, Vera Johnson, '29,
Grace Glover, '28, and Tybal Burman,
'30.
The National Association for Am-
erican Speech was organized several
years ago to promote pure American
speech. Its president is Miss Dag-
lmar Perkins of New York.
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CAREFULLNESS

Miss Elsie Jarvis
Miss Elsie L. Jaris, Washington,
D. C., is being praised' for her heroism
in leading 1,000 orphans to safety as
buildings were tumbling down during
the Armenian earthquake.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
SOLICITS FOR MEMBERS
Soliciting for new W. A. A. members
began yesterday. Every woman auto-
matically becomes an associate mem-
ber of the Women's Athletic associa-
tion by paying her tuition, but active
membership is what is desired by the
organization. To be an active mem-
ber each woman is required to earn
100 athletic honor points.
All women who are eligible for ac-

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