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)BER 16, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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URGES VALUE OF Sorority Need Not Be Detrimental
COMMITTEEA NEVDA To College Life, Says Miss Lloyd
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HUS~E UUAIA Ul
Bc(ard ofP Representives Fosters
Spirit of Co-Operation Betweeni
Women Executives of League
MEETING TO BE SATURDAY
Under the direction of the House Or-
ganization committee, headed by Eve-
lyn Ogborn, '28, seventy-six league
houses have been organized within the
last two weeks. The work includes
electing a house 'resident, going over
and discussing all house rules, the
responsibility. of the president, the
house head*and the individual, and a
general discussion of campus organi-
zations and activities, the judiciary
council, and the work of the league.
The presidents of all league houses,
dormitories, and sororities, make up
the Board of. A jresentatives, which
with the Board of Directors make up
the governing body of the league. The
first meeting of the board of repre-
sentatives will be held Saturday, Octo-
ber 22.
The function of the representative
board is to foster better co-operation
between university women and the
league executives. Problems of all
houses are discussed, and an attempt
is made to solve them, while ideas re-
garding better organization are ex-
changed. It is the duty of the house
president to convey to the members
of her house the business which is
carried on at the meeting of the board.
The committee on house organiza-
tion functions the entire year, and any
problems which may arise and are re-
ported to the judiciary counsel or the
Advisors of Women, are referred to
the committee members for investiga-
tion.
PORTIA TO HOLD
SECOND TRYOUTS
Second tryouts for Portia literary
society will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night in the Portia rooms on
the fourth floor of Angell hall. This
is the first year that women have been
asked to tryout a second time before
being invited to membership. Tryouts
will also be given to others interested
in the society who did not tryout last
week and to any of those taking part
in the first tryouts and wishing to
make another attempt for member-
ship. A three-minute speech, prefer-
ably tobe given without notes and in
an informal way, is required for try-
out. Women of every class, including
first semester freshmen, are eligible.
The W. A. A. executive board will
meet at 6:15 o'clock Tuesday, at Cozy
Corner tea room.
So far as is known, Miss Maud E.
Wicks of Chicago is the only woman
publisher of a frade paper in the
United States, owning and publishing
the "Milk Plant Monthly."
Osteopathic Physicians
Dial 5669
Drs. Bert and Beth
Haberer
338 Maynard Street
Specializing in Feet

"While the present housing situa- iyasons this it not advisable and the
tion prevails at Michigan the sorori- g1(iiral consensus of opinion seems to F'aulty Women's Club
ties make a valuable contribution in be that serious college work did not
bein th is year until the third week At least 150 prospective new mem-

that they provide college homes for for a very considerable group of wo-
about four hundred women," is the lmen."
statement made by Miss Alice Lloyd, The cc-operative spirit shown by
of the office of advisers to women. Pan-Ifellenic is greatly admired by.
"To discuss the rushing situation Miss Lloyd, who remarks: "The rush-
from the University point of view is ig rules uromote a very fine spirit
difficult," says Miss Lloyd. "Some six of playing the game. Very largely an
hundred girls out of two thousand are honor system is called for."I
really involved in rushing. It is only Intensive rushing during a limitedI
too true that the rushing period is a period has, in the eyes of the advisers,
very hard time for a great many girls. one advantage in that the rivalry is
Many friends of the University say, over at the end of that time and the
with reason it must be admitted, that sororities settle back into friendly re-
sororities do not belong in a demo- lationship.
cratic instution. There is an essential "With the strong central organiza-
justice in this point of view. But, from tion which now exists," says Miss
the point of view of an administrative Lloyd, "it is to be hoped that the
office, it does not seem possible to sorority group will be an increasing-I
change rushing very essentially until ly valuable one."
the women, or at least the freshmen "The girl who is not rushed at all,
women, are more adequately housed." or rushed and not bid, is as valuable
In regard to the practical difficul- to her University as those who join
ties caused by the rushing period, Miss a sorority. The final goal of the Mich-

hers of the Faculty Women's Club
were welcomed at their reception held
Thursday afternoon at the Union. A
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The dormitory is to have five hun
dred rooms. half of the building is Scheduled for play in the intramur-
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of the club were present to meet the by the men. Provisions will be made al tournament this week is: Monday at
newcomers. Mrs. Bates described the to house three hundred foreign stu- 4 o'clock, Alphi Phi vs Alpha Omicron
activities of the various sections of dents and the rest are to be American. P1i; 5 o'clock, Delta Gamma vs Kappa
the club and extended a cordial in- The new dormitory will be called Alpha Theta; Wednesday at 4 o'clock
vitation for new members to atfihate the International House. Rockfeller
with one or more of these sections. obtained his idea from an internation- Helen Newberry vs. Delta Zeta; 5
Mrs. Carl Coe was in charge of re- al house recently erected in New York o'clock, Kappa Delta vs. Alpha Ep-
treshments, and was assisted by Mrs. to promote better relations between silon Phi; Friday at 4 o'c&ock. Martha
George Ehlers. Mrs. Carl Huber, Mrs. foreign and American students. Cook vs. Pi Beta Phi; 5 o'clock, Adelia
Joseph Bursley, Mrs. Wilfred Shaw. Cheever vs. Delta Delta Delta: Satur-
and Mrs. Huber Ryan poured. The Despite the fact that women are day, 8:30 o'clock, Betsy Barbour vs
flowers were furnished by the Gar- granted air pilot's licenses in France, Alpha Gamma Delta; 9:30, Chi Omega
den Section. they do very little flying, because the vs. Phi Gamma Mu; 11 o'clock, Alpha
airplane companies will not hire them. Chi Omega vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Honoring Barbour Scholarsan
Honoring the Barbour scholars and
their friends, Miss Grace Richards, of
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dividual gymnastics can have no poI-"The sororities this year very cour- ing rules for 1927-28, the same for ;our gymnasium. Miss Alice Lloyd, MARCEL EFFECT - RINGLET ENDS
teously acknowledged Freshman Week non-sorority and sorority undergrad- Miss Beatrice Johnson, advisers to
sible place in the schedule of the aver- by postponing the beginning of their uates. There is no line, ecept an women, Miss Fandira Crocker, and WaterivaifagnwceKikHeadr
lings, who is an instructor in this rushing until Freshman Week activi- artificial one, whic can be drawn tot Miss Dorothy McEachran, chairman of
pins, o tis nistruct r yi this ties were over. In order to make this separate these girls. It is, therefore, the World Fellowship Comittee of DI MATTIA SPECIAL-
cation movement, thAnn1period of rushing effective it was nee- my earnest plea that a11 the women the Women's League, will assist as FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
essary to extend it through two weeks of Michigan recognize that the Univer- hostesses.
Before coming toAnn Arbor this of college classes, instead of the one sity itself claims their strongest feel- GENUUNE EUGENE WATE
fall, Miss Rawlings asan instructor week of previous years. For many ings of loyalty and friendship.' Full page portraits will announce Wavs special fo
i graduate of the University of Ore- Poor poise and incorrect posture is athe winners of a contest to decide the lone week........
gon, and has also done work in the disadvantage. not only physically, but s ae U very o n-six representative, women on the cam- No Extra Chcogel-
San Francisco Y. W. C. A. and in a in a very real social sense as well." day evening at the University of Ari- ps of the Oregon Agricultural Col-
children's hospital at Seattle. "Our ultimate aim," Miss Rawlings ona. lege i
WVe hope that more university wo- concluded, "is to encourage univer- IIIilllillilliiltilitliilltliiltilliititlltliltlttilli
men will take advantage of the oppor- sity women to take special work be- ill
tunities which classes in individual cause they want it and not because MRS. H. B. MERRICK T
gymnastics offer. One goes to a den- they are required to." That this pol- M.ER CFREDERICK TLTI-TONIC
tist if her teeth need care, or to a re- icy of the physical education depart-1 Very special for
pair shop if her fountain pen is wrong, ment is being carried out this fall is of 928 Church St. ii one week . $800
but few people think to take advan- shown by he fact that only a small - =No Extra Charges
tage of classes which add to bodily minority of those who were examined InViyeS VOu to meet
strength. Although it is not a dra- are actually required to enter the in MREXTRA -SPECIAL - EXTRA
matic activity, it is vitally important. dividual gymnastics classes. -seRS. FRANKLIN C. FETTE iAotURlINE-Pou D PROCESS i-
of ekng C -n A soft, loose, lustrous marcel effect with Ring-
of Peing, ina let-end. A safe and ,gentle process. Will not
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We Keep Them in Order O tb 9 and 2 t Hair Cut.......... dOe and Hot Oil ... $1.75
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R E P A I R!I N O October 19th, and
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OCT. 18
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to -and
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