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11, 1928

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PRES, LITTLE TOFETE
VICTORIOUS GROUPS,

FOOTBALL PARTY WILL INAUGURATE;
SOCIAL SEASON OF WOMEN'S LEAGUE;

Freshmen Demonstrate Class Spirit
"Play For Fun of Playing"
In Activities
WAA WILL BE AWARDED
Groups 97 and 103, the two
.'reshman teams. which tied for
first place in the Freshman week
play day activities, and group 99,
which won second place, are being
entertained by President Clarence
Cook Little at a party in the Wom-
en's Athletic building tonight.
Waa, the brown bear mascot of
W. A. A., will be presented to the'
two winning groups, and their nu-
merals will be emblazoned on his
collar. Waa represents the spirit
of "play for the fun of playing"
which is being stressed 'LW'the ath-
letic association this year. The
two groups who tied for first place
have shown this spirit throughout
the Freshman week athletic activ-
ities.
The three winning groups, whose
advisers are Laurie Campbell, Eu-
nice Wead, and Ella B. Rawlings,
of the women's physical education
staff, are the guests of honor at
the party tonight. Dr. Margaret
Bell, Beatrice Johnson of the office
of advisors to women, and Ethel
McCormick of the physical educa-
tion staff, with Dorothy Beck, '30,
Dorothy Flynn '30, Elizabeth Well-
man '29, Margaret Bush '30, and
Rose Strasser '29; student advisers
of the groups, are 'also invited.
Literary Societies
Announce Elections
Final try-outs for membership in
the two women's literary societies,
Portia and Athena have been made,
and announcement was made yes-
terday of the successful candi-
dates.
The following women were elect-
ed to membership in Portia: No-
dine Stewart '30, Elizabeth McDow-
ell '32, Frances Buithein '31, Mar-
jorie Upson '32, Frances Thornton
'32, Martha Peters '32, Winifred
Gore '32, Ethel Zotte '32, Helen
Bare '30, and Rhea Gandy '31.
In Athena, the following have
been announced as successful:
Dorothy Twiggs '32, Shirley- Alcott
'32, Edna Nicholson '30, Dorothy
Sencl '30, and Leonore Twiggs '31.

Surging crowds, banners flying
the scent of hot-dogs and cider on
the air, piercing cries of peanut
venders, and the blare of compet-
ing Varsity bands! What could be
more invigorating on a cool, crisp
autumn afternoon than a football
game. A football party, perchance.
At 4:15 tomorrow, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall at Barbour gym-
nasium, the Women's league is go-
ing to put on just such an affair,
only instead of a game they are
calling it a party, and all women
in the University are invited to

BOOK SHOP TOURS
TOWNS IN TRUCK
(By B. F.)
A section of the Print and Book
Shop, permanently located at 521
E. Jefferson, rolled about northern
Michigan on wheels this summer
under the significant appelation,
The .Book Rover. The Rover is a
bright green truck of no mean pro-
portions, and especially fitted to
hold a lasting Supply of books. The
Print and Book Shop is operated'
by Miss Anna Lloyd, Miss Lesley
Frost, and Mrs. T. L. Harris.
According to Mrs. Harris, who
with her husband, the assistant
rector of the Episcopal church,
steered the Rover's course about
the country, it contained literature
of all kinds. There was an excep-
Tlonal large number of detective
stories, and many copies of the
"Swan Song," and the "Bridge of
San Luis Rey." Mrs. Harris says
that the demand for Thornton
Wilder's book is still very great.
The tour included a number of
resorts and camps, and a few
towns. The former made the larg-
est demand. The interest of the
vacationers varied from thrilling,
detective stories to the best in poe-
try and biography.
Rain Water
Shampoo
Hair, Eyebrow, Eye Lash
Dying
Scientific Scalp Treatment
Finger Waving, Marcelling,
Hair Cutting
Facial, French, Russian,
General, and coarse
pore treatment.
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'"It was interesting to note," said
Mrs. Harris, "that in most of the
t resorts we visited, the servants hadl
- come. There will be no trouble
about getting reserved seats, be-
cause this affair is to uphold the
I motto, "Athletics for All," and ev-
. erybody will participate.
A new sort of tag dance has been
invented for the party tomorrow,
- and it has been dubbed, by those
,who know, the "football jynx."
Sounds like a touchdown or some-
thing, doesn't it?
Residents of all organized houses
are invited to come to the party,
bring their new members, and in-
troduce them to "society."e d
So few dates could be secured
for League parties this year that
the whole campus will have to
turn out in full force for each one
in order to make up for theirI
scarcity. The League has promis-1
ed more elaborate preparations for
every party this year to recipro-
cate.
Notices
The first meeting of Pegasus will
'be held promptly at 5 o'clock this
afternoon in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium. It is very neces-
sary that all members be present.
There will be an important meet-
ing of the Bazaar committee at 5s
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
better taste in their selection of
books than the guests." This is ex-
plained by the fact that a num-
ber of college students were serv-
ing table, and performing a num-
ber of similar jobs. The occupants
of the Rover met many from the
University of Michigan all through
the North.
Subscribe to the Michigan Daily,
$4.00 the year. It's worth it !

Cora Opines I
Actually, my dear, I've been
thinking and thinking-now don't
get snooty, I really do think once
in a while-trying to !remember
who it was that said something
about "now' is the time for all good
men to come to the aid of their
party." That is such an appropri-
ate slogan for this time of the year,
because 'now is the time for all
sophomores and juniors to go and
vote for their fraternity brothers
in the senior elections.
At least that would have been
appropriate in times past. Now it
seems that someone with altruis-
tic ideals has caught on to this
expression of "brotherly devotion"
and has decided to check this wave
of corruption in campus politics.
Itseems that, now, one must real-
ly be a senior to vote in the senior
election. Imagine such a state of
'affairs as that! Now, one has to
go to a whole lot of trouble to
prove that he is a senior. I mean
that it would take a lot of energy
to prove that one ought to be al-
lowed to vote for one's fraternity
brother as in times of yore.
And so another campus tradition
passes into history (maybe) and,
no longer will there be such in-
stances as the one typified by the,
classic example of the junior at
the senior elections who turned to
the sophomore beside him and
said "Isn't it awful the way these
seniors vote twice?"
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