WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1926
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WOMN ( u1 [[(( Campaign Solicitors DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS OF WOMEN
UNI[ OLI[S 1ARLPledgeT1 WC. ARE SETTLED BY JUDICIARY COUNCIL'
P.h Y. W. C. A. gives to the
"X With the achievement of jurisdiction know the rules, or feel they are unfair women of Michigan an opportun-
As a result of the self-soliciting of through their representatives, the Un- in any way. Only in cases where the in ity tobroaden themselves both
team workers at the opening meet- iversity women have finally acquired council feels itself unable to handle in service to their University and
CO C Ei8vXE1I oerte self-goavernmnt.ol yacqui estainisteofceoh d to the conmunity. It shouldr-
Mrs. Steward Hanley Makes Frequent ing of the Y. W. C. A. finance drive complete self-government. w estuaome cl oforead-v r-h
Trips To Coach University } Monday, team captains turned in pled- from a social organization to a law- oen ce viof cmm- suport.
Gol Classes $326. This amount represents the gifts making body, and from a law-making tee is always ready to rysss and co- CHIALP NE SHILAND, '27,
of 113 campaign workers and entirely body to a system of entire self-rule, operate with the judiciary council at Chairman of the
PLAN ROOM FOR PRACTICE excludes any contributions recetved he Women's league, organized far any time. The councimetsevery i Judiciary Council.
iiV~l~l xcludes ny contrbutions eceived back in the '90s, has evolved. And this ruesday l ycnasn.Teta ldigte+yatejdcaycuclmre h and Thursday from 4 to 6 o0 I___________________
by canvassing. The teanm pledging the 1year, the judiciary council marked the clock to consider cases. -
Mrs. Stewart Hanley, district golf greatest amount is comprised of mem- last step by taking over all questions
champion of Detroit, spent Monday in bers of the Y. W. cabinet and is cap- of moral or disciplinary nature. N O TIC E S
Ann Arbor coaching the women's golf I tained by Josephine Norton, '28. In addition to all definite cases of J Sigma Alpha Iota announces the
classes in the physical education de- The campaign which began yester- law-breaking, the council also has pledging of the following: Margaret
day will continue through Friday. charge of the signing-out slips, which Stewart, 23; Roberta Dunlap, ' Io;
partment. Because of unfavorable Each noon all team workers will meet indicate how the evenings of Univer- Lucille ,owe, '29; MarguerIte Well- as follows: At 4 o'clock Alpha Gamma
weather conditions all classes were at Newberry hall for luncheon. . They sity women are spent. In this way man, '30; Elizabeth Maxey, '30; Opal Delta vs. Martha Cook dormitory; Zeta
held in Barbour gymnasium instead will be expected to make their re- the council can check up on all who Coote, '30; Cecella Fine, '27; Fran- Tau Alpha vs. Helen Newberry rest-
of on the University golf course as ports on the drive at this time. Mrs. come in late, or who are failing in cina Fead, '29; and Ruth Wilbern, X. dence; at 5 o'clock Pi Beta Phi vs.
originally planned: Dorothy Wulp, associate secretary of their academic work with an accom-
More than 20 students met with Mrs. the Y. W. C. A. will speak at the lunch- panying large number of social en-
Hanley during the afternoon. She al- eon tomorrow. Igagements. A committee of ten wom-
lowed each one to demonstrate their --en, selected by the judicary council,
golf swing individually before her and Women's shoes of gold or silver kid assist in the checking of these slips.
she corrected all errors, demonstrating and having straps embroidered in col- The council hopes to be able to ascer-
herself the correct method. Up to date ored flowers are being worn in Lon- tain through this work whether the
the students have only been practicing don. women breaking rules actually do not
with the wooden clubs so no work was
done at all with the iron clubs. ~
An attempt is being made to equip Jh ,,
A fee of $1 is being collected from
every junior woman on campus for
the Junior Girls' play fund. Each
woman must keep her receipt because
without it she will not be allowed to
tryout for the play.
Delta Zeta; Delta Gamma vs. Zone 6
under Nellie Hoover, '28.
Orchesis will not meet tonight.
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Sophomores and seniors will finish
the game which was not completed
last week at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow.
Other practice games will be held at 5
Zeta Tau Alpha announces the
pledging of Dorothy Scrauf, '30.
Sigma Kappa announces the pledg-
ing of Flora Kents, '30.
the corrective room of Barbour gym-
nasium into a golf room where all
students enrolled in the University
golf courses and any others interested
in golf may come at any hour during
the day to practice. Nets will be put
up and here everyone may come and
work by themselves individually to
improve their fom. There will be cer-
tain regular days on which Mrs. Han-
ley will come out to Ann Arbor tc.
oversee the students and watch their
progress but these days have not been
decided upon. Watch The Daily for
Mrs. Hanley expressed great pleas-
ure at the progress of the University
women enrolled in the golf courses
and several students were found with
such exceptional ability that an at-
tempt is going to be made to organize
them into a more advanced class. Mrs.
Hanley has offered her services free
of charge to the physical education
department and will be in Ann Arbor
at stated intervals throughout the
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Select Chairman Of
Cooperating in the last drive of the
Women'sleague for funds, the commit-
tee for the annual Women's league
bazaar is Vorking on plans, for the
Christmas sale which is expected to
be a source of money toward the Wo-
men's league building. The committee
chairmen are as follows: Ruth Hirsch-
man, '27, general chairman; IKather-
ine Lardner, assistant; Mary Green-
shields, treasurer; Gladys Appelt, ser-
vice; Lydia Kahn, '27, posters; Jean
McKaig, entertainment; Margaret
Meyer, '28, flowers; Margaret Parker,
'27, sellers; Bernice Staebler, articles;
Rhoda Tuthill, '28, candy.
Invitations to the bazaar will be is-
sued to Ann Arbor alumnae, sorori-
ties, dormitories, and all league hous-
es. Each house on campus is re-
quested to cooperate with this plan by
giving a list of its alumnae, and the
name of the head of the house to Hel-
en Johnson; '27, Martha Cook build-
Posters will be the most important
feature in the advertising of the func-
tion. Handpainted ones are consider-
ed more effective than printed ones by
the committee, and volunteers are
needed to produce them. Women who
are interested in poster work may call
Miss Kahn or Thelma Anton at 6810.
Handbills telling the most interest-
ing features of the bazaar will be dis-
tributed at the Majestic and the Ar-
cade theaters three or four days be-
fore the event opens.
DELEGATE IS CHOSEN1
TO ATTEND CONVENTION
Mortar Board, national honorary so-
ciety for senior women, will hold its
biennial. convention this year at St.
Louis, Mo., from Nov. 11 to 13. Mich-
igan will send Irene Field, '27, presi-
dent of the local chapter, as its dele-
gate. The three-day program will in-
elude business meetings, and enter-
tainment in the form of teas and din-
ners for which the members of the
Mortar Board chapter at Washington
university will act as hostesses. A
final banquet will be given for every-
one at the convention on the last
night, when a program of stunts will
Any Mortar Board member, active or
alumnae, is invited to attend the con-
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