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USDA, WARC H,3 , 1929

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WOMEN TO ORGANIl
AT>. ..MEETING MARCH 6
COMMITTEES TO BE CHOSEN
FOR APPROACHING
PAGEANT
ELIGIBILITY IS REQUIRED
Mliss Richards and Miss Johnston
Will Be Advisers
To Committees
Arrangements are being made
for a mass meeting of all fresh-
man women, to be held Wednes-
day, March 6, at - 4 o'clock. The1
place in which the meeting is to 1
be held will be announced in a
later edition of The Daily. Martha
Peters, '32, vice-president of thet
class, has called the meeting and
will preside. The business will beE
the organization of the women for-
the Freshman Pageant, and thet
election of the general chairman
and the nine members of the gen-
eral committee of the Pageaiit,
While every freshman is expect-
ed to attend the meeting, onlyc
eligible members of the class mayo
be nominated for positions. Elig-n
-ibility consists of having completed
15 hours of work with one grade of'
A or B, and no grade below a C,a
Miss Richards, advisor of women,:
will speak on eligibility and finan-F
ces at the meeting. Miss Richards s
is ahe advisor of the finance, pub-
licity, poster, and program com-
mittees. Miss Ione Johnson of the
physical education department.'
w/ho is in charge of the dancing f
fpr the Pageant will present the
theme of this year's presentation
to the women. The dance, prop-
erties, costume, and music commit-

Sorority Initiations Attract Interest
As Week Of Probation Comes

ARCHITECTS WORK Theodore Roosevelt Is Eulogized In
To End FOR FELLOWSHIP . Verse By Corrine Roosevelt Robinson

Seniors in the architectural school
Initiations are in order at the Ellsworth, '32; Marjorie Ellsworth, are anticipating the coming George Corinne Roosevelt Robinson most
sororities this week-end, following '32; Elizabeth Lloyd, '30, and Anita G. Booth fellowship competition, often uses her ability of writing
a week of nrnhtionn Unmuall B auckusq '') Thorn n.c1

Wr%1.3. inre was ii ormai which will take place early in April. verse as a means of euiogiing hne
pretty decorations with spring col- dinner following the initiation At!It is the only scholarship in the famous brother Theodore Roosevelt.
or schemes were used at the ban- which several out of town guests school and was started in 1924, Very seldom does Mrs. Robinsor
quets following the initiations were entertained. when Marion Blood and Ralph Cal- turn her pen to prose and so it is
services. Theta Phi Alpha initiated Edna der tied for first place. perhaps no wonder that the one
Pi Beta Phi held initiation for 13 McKinley, '31; Dorothy Nagle, '29; The contestants are given two noted example of this type of writ-
girls yesterday. The new members Alice Quello, '30; Lelia Renihan weeks to develop a given problem ing is an autobiography published
are Ruth Bell, '30; Dorothy Bird- '31 ;Clara Simmons, '30, and HelenITeysmut eer3g ero in 1921, "My Brother, Theodore
McCarthy, '32. An Alumnae enchey-s bIner3 easo Roosevelt."
zell, '32; Margaret Eckels, '31; .lunch- age and must have graduated or be
Elise Ely, '32;; Hortense Gooding, eon and meeting, and a formal about to graduate from the Uni- Until the age of 12 this poet was
32; Camilla Hubel, '31;; Alice Mc- banquet after the initiation in the! versity. The fellowship amounts to educated at Miss Louise Comstock's
Cully, '32; Josselyn McLean, '32; I afternoon yesterday followed the $1200 a year. The faculty assigns private school for girls, and ther
Helen Pye, '30; Katherine Sitton, general initiation customs. definite work in the form of for a number of years subjected tc
32; Eleanor Walkenshaw, '32, and A formal dance at the Kappa sketches of small buildings or parts successive tutors.
Dorothea Waterman, '32. The Alpha Theta house Friday night of buildings. These are sometimes After her marriage Mrs. Robinson
alumnae gave a luncheon for. them occupied the attention of their done in color and are called envois. became vitally interested in politics
at the Union Saturday noon, and 1 pledges, as hostesses of the party. , --and from 1912 to 1920 she supported
after the initiation ceremonies inI Chaperones were Mrs. Franklin president, Mrs. Sarah Fenton Ber- the Progressive party, at which time
the afternoon, there was a formal Moore, Mr. and Mrs. John Worley, lin, and several alumnae. The in- her interests changed so far as tc
banquet at the sorority house. Coach Fielding H. Yost and Mrs. itiates are Ruth Kelsey, '31; Jane begin a vigorous campaign for War-
White roses and wine and blue Yost, Miss Virginia Sands, and Dr. Thayer, '30;. Marion Geib, ;'30; ren G. Harding in his race for the
ribbons very attractively decorated Donald Hedrick and Mrs. Hedrick. Marion McDonald, '30; Marjorie presidency.
the banquet tables. A spring motif was carried out in Patterson, '32, Margaret Harris, .'31, Throughout the long school years
Among the initiates at Zeta Tau the decorations. Ruth; Arnold, '32, and Margaret and those filled with the more se-
Alpha yesterday were Dorothy Phi Gamma Mu held its initia- Miller, '30, Blue tapers and yellow rious businesses of life, Corinne
tion banquet Friday evening. Dec- roses decorated the banquet tables Roosevelt Robinson never for too
tees will be under the direction of orations were in a color scheme of and each initiate was given a cors- long a time neglected her chosen
Miss Johnson. purple and white, the sorority age of pink chrysanthemums, the vocation of gitng.Charles crib
The Freshman Pageant is a part colors. sorority flower. ner and Sons was the first house to
)f Lantern Night, a traditional Tl e new members are Mary The Chi Omega initiation ban- publish her verse in magazine form
avent in which every woman on Catherine Richie, '32; Doris Mil- quet was given at the Union last and then, so impressed was Mr.
campus takes part. The program lar, '32; Marjorie Millar, '32, Vio- night. Among the new initiates Scribner with the beauty and vital-
of Lantern Night is usually a pic- let Shell, '30; Hazel Sawyer, '31, are Ruth Allison, '32, Helen Hilgen- ity of Mrs. Robinson's writing that
nic supper, the Pageant, and then and Mary Taylor, '32. in, '32, Helen Kitzniller, '32, Grace he suggested publishing a collection
the Lantern Night procession. The! Among the tea guests today at Leonard, '30, Mary McClure, '32, of verse.
presentation of the Pageant comes the Delta Delta Delta house Prof. Ruth Weber, '29, and Ruth Ander- Thus the first of
at the sunset hour and takes place Preston Slosson and Mrs. Slosson, son, '31. The color motif of us whi ha several vol-
on Palmer field. The procession Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brumm, Prof. the decorations was cardinal and umes which have appeared to
follows, just after dusk, and the William Frayer and Mrs. Fray- straw. t tleof "T CalltofcBrother
eniors in their caps and gowns er, Miss Inez Bozarth, Mrs. Karl Delta Zeta held initiation on
ind to the juniors their lighted Braun, Miss Beatrice Johnson, and Saturday morning for the follow- nor Remlow, '30, of Flint, and
Japanese lanterns which,.represent Miss Elizabeth Sawyer. ing pledges: Mary Catherine Slate, Marion Love, '31, of Ann Arbor. An
all their traditions. The juniors, Initiation ceremonies at the '30, of Sandusky; Margaret Stark- initiation banquet followed in the
n turn, hand to the sophomores Alpha Xi Delta house yesterday er, '31, of Prairie City, Ore.; Elea- evening.
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hood" in, 1912. Two years later
there appeared "One Woman to
Another" and soon followed "Serv-
ice and Sacrifice." This later in-
cluded "Sagamore", a tribute writ-
ten by Mrs. Robinson to her
brother at the time of his death.
Recently there appeared a cul-
mination of this famous woman
poet's works in "Poems of Corinne
Roosevelt Robinson" and included
not only all of those verses pub-
lished previously but a number of
later ones.

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