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2, Y928

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MICHIGAN

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2, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SORORITIES PLEDGE 200 STUDENTS SUNDAY SPREAD COMMITTEES
AFTERN00N FOLLOWING PERIOD OF RUSHING WILL BE NOMINATED

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Pledge Sunday Concludes Season
Of Rushing Lasting
Nine Days
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i' SATURDAY IS SILENT DAY
Pledging of 200 took place Sun-
day afternoon following the an-
nual rushing season. The rushing
lasted nine days, beginning Thurs-
1 day of registration week and end-
ing Friday night with formal din-
ners. Saturday was silent day, fol-
lowed by the ceremonies of pledg-
ing on Sunday.
Following is a list of the women
pledged and the sororities pledg-
ing them:
Alpha Chi Omega: Helen Kath-
erine . Hawkhurst, Dorothy Mal-
colm, Charlotte Maulbetsch;, Mar-
garet Sax, Edwina Jenny, Cecile
Porter, Frances Rae, Ivalita Glas-
cock, Esther Mathews, Edna Mae
r Jennings.
Alpha' Epsilon Phi: Isobel Levi,
Sylvia Weiss, Beatrice Ehrlich,
± Jean Levy, Edith Abrahamson,
Jane Cohen Sylvia Lax, Phyliss
Ornstein, Elizabeth Stern..
Alpha Gamma Delta: Marjorie
Upeson, Florence Hiscock, Jeanette
Schremser, Frances Thornton, Vir-
ginia Katheryn Wilson, Virginia
Scott. r
Alpha Omicron Pi: Helen Gay,
Margaret Gilbert, Geneva Ginn,,
Alice Mathews, Dorothy Muninger,
Elizabeth Norton, Thelma Shaw,
Marie Wagner, Alsveth Wheeler,
Judith Wilkinson.
Alpha Phi: Barbara Lorch, Ruth
Walser, Hortense Bumpus, Maxine'
Novack, Eleanor Eggleston, Betty
McKee, Betty Smith, Martha King,
Marjorie McGuire, Betty Healy,
Jane Inch, Harriett Howard, Janet
Woodmanfe, Catherine Koch.
Alpha Xi Delta: Margaret Davis,
Margaret Miller, Margaret Cope-
land, Marian Giv, Ruth Osborne,
Marjorie Patterson..
Chi Omega: Ruth Allison, Doro-
thy Cox, Helen Hilganan, Helen
Kitzmiller, Claire Jane Leiph,
Grace Leanard, Mary McClure.
Collegiate Sorosis: Virginia
'Ladd, Margaret Thompson, Ellen
Reeves, Virginia Hanadey, Florence
Taylor, Mary Fitzpatrick Shields,
Catherine Menard, Josephine
Quarry, Virginia Ladd.
-' Delta. Delta Delta: Lois Amerine.
^ Violet Ansorgoge, Mary Catlin,
Elizabeth Covert, Mary Foster,.
Claire Frost, Agnes Graham, Mary
Harrigan, Eleanor Jefferies, Johan-
na Konnamen, Hetty Kreye, Alice
Menick, Mary McCall, Maud Cathe-
lia Tollick and Marie Westin.
Delta Gamma: Frances Calvert,
Helen Coney, Elizabeth Earhart,
Colline Krentiler, Gertrude Gun-
ther, Dorothy Miller, Virginia Hut-
zel, Ruth Corbett, Virginia Jirocke,
Virginia Olds, Jane Wallace, Sarah
Francis Orr, Jean Roberts, Mar-
garet Seely.
Delta Zeta: Eleanor McKetrick,
Lila Schaefer, Marian Love, Elea-
. nor Ramlow, Louise Hintz, Pauline
Gribling.
Gamma Phi Beta: Margaret
Amendt, Julie de Journo, Marian

Joclyn, Elouise Metzger, Margaret
Seybold, Marceline Welte.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Dorothy,
Briggs, Agnes Davis, Rachel Flem-,
ming, Winifred Hartman, Marjorie,
Mullen, Alice Wolf, Margaret
Steele, Miriam Highley, Dorothy,
McDannel, and Esther Upjohn.
Kappa Delta: Marian Brock,
Dorothy Goodrich, Janet Micheal,
Ann Reek, Marjorie Hunt, Betty,
Gerhardt, Dorothy Agnew, Louisa1
Rudisell, Phyllis Reynolds, Eleanor
Delo. Sally Esminger, Claire
Parkinson, Dorothy Selske, Alice
Smith, Anna Terhardt.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Emily
Bates, Burnette Bradley, Eugenie
Chapel, Phyllis Gates, Jane Helmel,
Margaret Keeler, Virginia MacLar-1
en, Adelaide Mason, Dorothy Sam-
ple, Hester Thompson, Frances
Whipple, Pauline Bowe, Katherine
Ferrin, Maurine Knox, Josephine
Rankin, Marian Searle, and Eliza-
beth Ralston.
Pi Beta Phi: Dorothy Birdzell,;
Margaret Eckels, Elise Ely, Marian
Finch, Hortense Gooding, Camiela
Hiebel, Alice McCully, Jocelyn Mc-
Lean, Helen Pye, Winifred Root,
Katherine Sytton, Eleanor Walkin-
show, and Dorothy Watterman.
Sigma Kappa: Shirley Alcott,
Dorothy Twigg, Alice Lord, Edna
Nicholson, and O'Dean Gilette.
Theta Phi Alpha:, Dorothy
Nagel, Edna May McKinley, Mor--
ayne Podesta, Margaret Scott, Alice
Quello, Agnes Simmons, Lelia Ren-
iekn, Mary Hickey, Mary Eliza-j
beth Dunn, Josephene Carey.
Zeta Tau Alpha: Evelyn For-j
shee, Grace Hamilton, Virginia.
Harrington, Helen Doyle, Marian
Laich, Doris Litvenburger, Mar-
garet Bartholic, Anita Bauckus,
Dorothy Malone, and Esther Rupp.,
Notices
Wyvern will have an important
meeting at 8:30 o'clock tonight at
the Delta Gamma sorority, 1205
Hill St. It is imperative that every
member be present.
Tryouts for the Women's staff
of The Daily will be held at 3
o'clock tomorrow. Second semes-
ter freshmen and upper-class stu-
dents are permitted to try out.
Girls' Glee club will be held this
afternoon at 4:15 in room 216 in
the School of Music. The date of
the first meeting will be announ-
ced later in the Daily...
Meeting of the executive board
of the W.A.A. will be held Tues-
day night at the field house. Sup-
per is to be served at 6:00 p. m.
Alpha Gamma Sigma cordially
invities all university women who
are interested in Campire to a tea
on Wednesday from 4:00 till 6:00

At a meeting in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall at 5:00 p. m.
Tuesday, the women of the
Sophomore class are to nominate
their committees for the Fresh-
man Spread. This year under a
new plan which has just been
inaugurated, all the nominations
will be made from the floor.]
the women with the ten highest,
number of votes will be on the
committee, and the women with
the highest number will auto-
matically become chairman.
Cynthia Hawkins, chairman of
the judiciary council. will explain
the method of determining the
elgibility of the nominees and
Margaret Babcock. chairman of
last year's Freshman Spread, will
talk on the work of the various
committees.
O'Neil To Attend
University Ritual
Prof. James M. O'Neill, head ofj
the department of speech, will rep-
resent Dartmouth university at
the inauguration of President Fox
at the University of Western On-
tario, London, Ontario, on October1
19.
j There will be a meeting for I
Sophomore women at 5 p. m.
in Barbour gymnasium today I
j for the purpose of nominating j
j committees for the Freshmen.
I Spread. j
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p, m, at the Y, W, C. A.
As the freshman hockey tour-
nament begins next week, .ail
freshmen are urged to come out
to practice at 4:00 Friday on
'almer Field.
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LEADER OF MICHIGAN GROUP ON OPEN .
T ELLS OF T RIP AND EXPERIA
"W noedortipfo h cleaner, there are books in the li-
moment we left till the moment bayatgahdb elatos
we reached home," said Miss Mary ;and there is even a miniature bust
Lytle, leader of the Michigan of the Prince of Wales. The doll
group who went on the Open Road house was built to show. future
tour this summer. "Our trip over generations just how far civiliza-
was very pleasant, and we haver tion has progressed and what an
many funny incidents to remember ordinary home may possess in the
about it. Perhaps the gost amus- way of conveniences. , s
ing incident was dressing up a j"tle also visited Eton," Miss Ly-
prominent Austrian professor for a thecontinued and saw the bays in
masquerade. He went as a pirate their frock coats and silk hats.
and borrowed most of his costume IThese boys ar . all between the
from the girls in our group, though ages of 12 and 18. One cant im-
the foundation was a pair of cover- agine the normal American boby
alls belonging to the chief engin- being persuaded to don a frock
eer. No one would have taken him coat and silk hat.
for a dignified professor when he "Every afternoon we had tea as
appeared at the party! a matter of course. One day we
"Our first stop was in England," went to a place known as Old Jor-
"Miss fitl .wet on. "Tmegend,"dan's. Here we had tea in the
Miss Lytle went on. "There we Mayflower barn, which is said to
spent about a week, principally in contain in its structure some of the.
London. There is something in- beams from the "Mayflower" of
describably different about Lon- the pilgrim fathers. There were
don. We all loved it, and, con- lovely gardens here, too, and the
trary to all expectations, we en' burial place of William Penn and
countered none of London's pro- his family. We had luncheon one
verbial fog, the weather being day at "Ye Famous Cheshire
I beautiful sunny all the time we Cheese," and sat at the table which
were in England. Samuel Johnson and his friends
"While we were in London, we were accustomed to occupy.
saw :the changing of the guard at "During our tour we made many.
Whitehall. This is a very impres- personal contacts that the aver-:
sive ceremony. We also visited age tourist does not. have. We had
Hampton Court, the gardens of a dance given for us at the club-
which are among the most beau- house of the English Speaking
tiful that we saw on the trip.. There Union. The orchestra, out of
is a mammoth grape vine there, courtesy for us, played, "Yankee
which, as we afterwards learned, Doodle," and various southern
is supposed to bear a ton of grapes melodies which were obviously not
Ia year. arranged for dancing.
"On our visit to Windsor Castle, "We also visited Cambridge,"
one of the things which fascinated Miss) Lytle went on, "and went
us most was the Queen's doll house. punting on the Cam River. A punt
This is a miniature house built to is a flat bottomed boat that is pro-
the scale of one inch to a foot. Is pelled with a pole. Our punter lost
is completely furnished according his pole and left it sticking up out
to scale and everything really of the water. We thought he was
works. There is a tiny vacuum going to be left with it, but he let

6ne hundred and eighty-four rounds will be played off by
women have successfully tried out dates given on the poster in
for Choral Union this year. This Women's Athletic Building. A pl
is an increase of 114 over the num- en- who is unable to arrange to h
ber of men who are entered. Of the match within the dates set.
thes the sopranos are in the ma- be defaulted. All players will z
jority, being 119 strong to 65 altos. eree their own games.
Choral Union, under the leader- Freshmen entered in the tour
ship of Mr. Moore, sings twice a ment are as follows: Anna Tj
year--at two concerts during the hardt, Phyllis Seogo, Betty Nor
May Festival. At these times they Mary Hickey, Dorothy Bird:
sit on the stage and assist one or Andra Cook, Sarah Bradley, B
more artists. Usually the work is .Covert, Marjorie Hunt, Ha
are opera and a cantata, which are Supe, Geraldine Megaro, Beat
studied during the entire year. Erlich, Betty McKee, Marge
. - Thompson, Winifred Gore, Mari
HOCKEY na Paddock, Bernice Braun, .H
nah Flen, Dorothea Watern
Inter-class hockey practices I Hortense Bumpus, and Mar
will begin Tuesday at 4 p. m. King.
at Palmer Field and it is es- ,
sential that all the classes in- tttlittitntiti 1tttllIlt l u1ttit
tending to play this year come . A Wnrth RA2lft Thnnni
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