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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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||TITE SOPHOMORES OLYMPIC GAMES AS
iIITIATE, SUPHOMORESPEACE DISCUSSED
This is the se l of aseries of artces
INTO WYVERN SOCIET usd thetteistnicufi of middl
Western colge wo m enIwihneteat 'it
Ste U iersty i CEolm b s ril 2,2,and
Junior Honorary Group Picks Twelve was the toic of a per read by ar"a New-
Leaders In Activites In hic is quoted elow of issoui,
Class Of 1930
Nineteen hundred twenty eight's
MEMBERS AID FRESHMEN heralds of the season, the truce-bear-
ers of sport, like the bearers of Zeus
Initiation of the 12 sophomores long ago, have spread their me'ssag
elected to. Wyvern society, honorary of peace and invitation to the Olym-
local organization for junior women, pics to all the world. But by what
took place at, the Alpha Chi Omega different meais, moving pictures,
tookplae a th Alpa Ci Oegacablegrams and wireless, all products
'sorority at 8:30 o'clock last night. te a b threessage is
The women who were initiated repre- same that the heralds read from their
sent the leading group in the class of rolls of parchment. "Peace! Peace!
1930. The Games!"
Election to the society is made on a The Olympics of twenty -eight
three-fold basis: campus activities,
scholarship, and, personality. Each herald a new contestant, the woman.
springthe society selects the nucleus Yesterday she was not even permitted
of the group who will carry on the admittance to the plain of Olympia.
activities of the organization in the Our hopes are not built on a weak
fall. The women who are elected in foundation. Such performers as
the spring make a further selection Martha Norelius,. Ethel Lackie, Helen
from their own class, in thes of Meany, and Agnes Gerathy have well
women who are then qualfied for earned recognition and to make safe
membership. ; the game cf water sports America
During the year Wyvern conducts will trump with jEleanor Holm, a
a sale of,bluebooks, ,the proceeds trump, indeed, for no other nation can
going to the league. A more import- boast a woman or man who can better
ant work is the aid which Wyvern her time in the 440 backstroke. In
gives during Freshman week. The so- 'golf, there is Mariam Burno while her
ciety has previously been in touch contemporary Helen Wills will defend
with; the freshmen women who enter our tennis title. Field and track are
in the fall, and at that time theynas still in a state of evolution but sport
sist in registration and in organizing fans offer Camille Sabie as a repre-
these new undergraduates sentative well worth careful watching.
Roses formed the floral decoration A nation is what its women are.
at the initiation la'st night. Those American is a nation among nations.
taken into membership are: Margaret Why? Because she has recognized the
Bush, Margaret Olsen, Dorothy McKee, place of women in her affairs. Amer-
Helen Fellows, Marjorie Muffley, Ger- io has paved the way and the of
trude Smith, Virginia Losee, Dorothy ions follow suit. The recognitiontof,
Griffiths, Margaret Sibley, Louise women in that panorama of sport,
Cody, Marjorie Follmer, and Jean the Olympics, brings before the public
Wallace. eye the fact, that, although with a
Teachers 'Are 'Given
Positions By Bureau ORIENT
Many of the placement of teachers FOR l
have been made in 'southern states by
the School of Education, this year.
Texas, Virginia, New Mexico, Alabama, Expert Cleanin
and North Carolina are the specific
states in which the appointments have
been made. AlsoHandkerchiefs, Towels
A great many more calls for teach-
.er4 have come from tje southiern Bridge Sets, Silk Li
states, Tennessee leading the list with
11 calls. Pennsylvania has also is-
sued 14 calls for teachers this year
and one placement has been made inh0OOKre
Pekin, China.
During the Schoolmaster's conven- No. 4 Nickels Arcade
tion last week, the number of calls
for teachers, increased, due to the
large number of superintendents who
were here. Thirty-five of these super-
intendentsinterviewedtprospective
teachers during their visit here.
English is the subject for which
the demand is greatest. The calls are
usually for' teachers who can teach
English in combination with 'some
other subject. The combination of
English with Latin or Public Speak-
ing is the most usual of the combin-
ations desired.
There have only been 5 calls for in-
structors to teach history alone this
year, but there have been 15 -calls for
combinations of history with some
other subject.U
Mathemtics seems to be a subject
which can be combined with any oth-
er subject equally well. There have Located at 3
been 13 calls for mathematics in com-
bination with other subjects, and each STOCK CONSIS
of the combinations have been differ- NEW SPORT HA
ent.,
Men demand equal rights to form IN SALISY ALL T
junior follies in place of usual men's A SALE YOU JU
Junior vaudeville at Oregon tate
College, Corvallis Oregon. An all$10
men's show is being staged by the
class, and its chorus consists entirely Ordered So
of men students.
One extra special lot of

girls' hats, in a variety o
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SANDWICH
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DINNERS AND LUNCHES
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Orders Taken for. Home-Made
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PHONE a $8.0
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RELATED TO WORLD
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modest introduction, women have aEn- I
nounced their arrival into internation- Daily Bulletin of S
al affairs.
"Whatever wars were going on there At the regular meeting of Athena TEAM OF FENCERS Fo
was safe conduct for all who travelled society Tuesday night, May 22 was de- He
to Olympia whether as private citizen's cided on as the date for the upperelass TO CLOSE SEASON Fe
or as representatives of the States." debate between Portia and Athena on IN TOURNAMENT Je
The modern world revival has not the subject, "Resolved: that the _p
only left this spirit of good will i United States should ceas to protect Members of the women's fencing w
tact, but has used the games as an in- Uie ttssol es opoetw
trumnt of peacd The e of nAmerican capital invested in Nicar- team are planning to stage a tourna- pr
sportmanship has become an unwrt- agua." Athena will support the af- ment this week end in Barbour gym- cei
stenlas p more binding tan awrit-n firmative side of the question. nasium, which will be a worthy end- fie
pact. Where is there a more fitting An invitation was also extended to ing to the work that has been done ac
deelent of reat tin- Portia to join with Athena at a party this 'season in this sport.
erntoal undsan in theon May 29, the date for the last meet- The tournament will be arranged
field where all nations meet on a ing of both societies for this year, so that each member on the team will or,
friendly basis-"for the honor of coun- Margaret Ohlson, '30, was appointed bou two minutes with every other cat
try and the glory of sport." as chairman of the party committee. member on the team, and the fencer lon
The Olympic gamessof1924 proved The absence committee checked up getting the highest number of pointy it
to be the scene of one of the most on absences and collected , fines, and will win the tournament. While two chz
unsportsmanlike demonstrations ever Doris Hicks, '29, chairman of the pro- of the team are fencing, the othe' to
seen in the world of sport. The gram committee :announced a very in- members of the 'class will act as Dr.
United States victors were hissed at teresting meeting for the next time. judges for their bout, and in this way not
by the grandstands in which French the entire arrangement of the tourna- ity.
delegates were seated; little applause Portia AndAlpha Nu mthe m emers ndoftheteam.
was given U.S. contestants as they Aeha bee in the h andyof -
filed by the judge's 'stand. N.ot even 1o M eet For ebate ever bicalreducation has the fencwm
the most obvious rules of sportsman- Ingseasid asu -
ship were observed. The Olympic,! ing season turned out to be such a~
hailed as the token of peace, became Debating the question of enforcing success as it ha's this year, and it is
little more than a delegate's war, and uniform divorce laws in the United the hope of the department that this
hadtdefatedhits durpose ' a, States, the members of Portia literary group of women who have become in-
The plan is ideal. The system de- society and of Alpha Nu will meet for terested in fencing will form a nucleus
feated its ideal. We are dealing with an informal discussion on Tuesday, for a team next year. The tournament
a public mind which has not yet been May 8. The affirmative of the argu- 'has been organized with a view to
educated to physical education. Such ment will be upheld by Portia, the awakening a more wide-spread in-
an education is necessary for any im- negative by Alpha Nu. terest in this sport among women on
Sprovement in the system. The re- This meeting has become customary the campus, as well as to give an op-
sponsibiity liesi the . ofthe r as a part of the year's program of the portunity to the members of the team
pyoung people of the country who are societies, but this is the first time that to demonstrate their skill.
now a part of a 'system which teaches a debate has been conducted at the The class began, at the beginning of
"play for play'sysake," andhrecreation joint session. Ouside speakers and en- the season to work for knowledge and1
for all." when this lesson has been ertainments were formerly on the pro- accuracy of technique, but lately they
spread throughout the world, then, gram. have mastered this sufficiently to start
and only then, can the Olympic games practicising for speed. This last week
serve as a token of Peace. sNEW ORLEANS-The entire Ae- they have spent most of the time on
ro Club wil turn out to welcome parries, reposts, and counter-parries.
Ruth Elder on her visit to the Tu- The names of the women on the
lane University next week. fencing team are as follows: Jane
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are fluttery, filmy, feminine geor-
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Ison, '28, Janet Michael, '31, Arliene
ilman, '30, Edith Thomas, '29, Ona
lker, '30,, Beatrix Culver, '28, and
Nnnette Saurborn, '29.
According to Miss Rawlings, in
ite of the small number of women
ho have come out ;faithfully for
actice, the season has been a suc-
ss and she is thoroughly satis-
d with the work that the team has
complished.
CALIFORNIA-J"A sense of ihum-
excellent character, a broad edu-
ion, combined with an acute dip-
natic sense and an untiring spir-
of cooperaton are the essential
a'racteristics' 'for anyone ,wishing
engage in personnel work," states
Gordon Watkins, from the eco-
r.'ics department of this Univers-
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