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SUNDAY, JANUAtRY 13, 1929

THE M ICHIGOAN

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SPECIAL TRYOUT or Couzens Hall Clubs W. A. A. SCRAPBOOK IS RECORD OF Classes In Fencing PENI)12 [yf
U Plan Joint Meeti ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES SINCE 1924 To Start This Week
The choral club and orchestra of Elective fencing classes are now
JUNIOR Leiel,3 te fenng LOLL
Couzens Hall are planning a joint Reminiscent of the past activities women of the University, the main- being organized, according to
Social evening next Monday. The of Michigan womeni is the W. A. A.:tainance of a high standard of Janet Michael, 31, the fencing
r' two organizations hold separate ;Scrapbook which is kept in theE sportsmanship, and physical eff ici- manager. These will be held at 4
FekyTflPweekly meetings regularly, but this lounge of the Women's Athletic eny. It attempts to foster tej o'clock every Monday in Sarah Cas- Wath the date of
Loahse will be the first of several com- building. The record begins in the spirit of play as a socializing and well Angell Hall. Miss Michael nations approaching,
biped meetings of entertainment year of 1924 when Marianna Smal- educational factor." W. A. A. at states that anyone who would like in social activities
DUE TO EXTENSIVE ILLNESS Ther: will be a nu ibr of v: cl ley, '25, was president of the Wo- that time boasted 700 members, ac- to enter but cannot be present the sororities and dorm
COMMITTEE EXTENDS }and violin solos by individual mem- men's Athletic Association. The tive and associate. The major whole hour, should get special per- ever a few winter
FINAL DATE bers of the club andorchestra. Fol- book contains minutes of the Exe- sports were archery, basketball, mission from Miss Rawlings, in-. taken place during t
lowing this ,there will be a talk on cutive Board meeting, letters, in- baseball, hockey, tennis, and fene- structor of the class. Alpha Omicron Pi e
TRY 'UTS BE IN AT 7:30the "History of the Orchestra" and vitations, and newspaper clippings ing. According to the fencing man- formal dance at the
TRYOUTS BEGIN AT 7:30 (!latFi nh.I
the "History of Instruments" by from the Michigan Daily and else- One of the most important - ager, knowledge about fencing is last Friday night.
Mr. Russell Jack and Mr. William where. tivities sponsored by the organiza- not necessary to enter the class. A William Ingiss and
Both Cast And Chorus Candidates Walker of the School of Music. Last Among the clippings are many tion is Lantern Night. In a clip- tournament will be held later on Ernest Lloyd acted
This Ti ppear on the program will be a general stories featuring Dr. Margaret Bell ping from the Michigan Daily in the sprig, for which the class Both Mr. Ingliss an
me discussion and reports of items of of the department of Physical Edu- called "Traditions in the Life of is preparatory. . wore corsages of re
Due to the fact that man of the interest in the musical world by cation and Hygiene, and Miss Ethel Michigan Women" Lantern Night Fencing proved to be one of the lavender sweet peas
Dume to h e thatmanyo te- members of the two organizations. McCormick, director of the Physical was described as the tradition most popular of the indoor sports was decorated with p
women who were retuested to re- Refreshments in the form of sand- Education department, as enthusi- dearest to University women. It b- last season. Its appearance among IIIiMartha Cook dorm
turn for a second' tryout for the wiches and coffee will conclude the astic, able leaders in athletic activi- gan in 1910 when Palmer Field the elective classes offered by the annual winter formal
Junior Girls Play have been ill and evening. ties of Michigan women. . given by Mr. George Herbert Pal- Physical Education department is buffet supper was
mittee at any of the times set last __ As a member of the Athletic Con- mer in memory of his wife, Alice comparatively recent. Due to the the course of the
week, a special tryout has been ar- federation of American College Wo- Freeman Palmer, was dedicated. In fact that it is a little known activ- music for the affair
drOra men, which was organized in 1917, 1924 the first 'Freshman Pageant ity, the fencing classes are usually by Gordon Packer
7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. Michigan women have participated was presented. This has since be- Anot as large as other classes. . About sixty couples
This will be absolutely the last Well, my dear, at last I have in intercollegiate conferences. The come the most important affair to hsmAlpha Xi Delta sr
opportunity for anyone to try out come across something that justi- Intercollegiate honor point system, Freshmen women. NOTICES. house mother, Mrg W
for either the cast or choruses of fies reading collateral for history. ! instituted by the organization, en- The growth and development o, Thnrdary.eAenin
the play, according to Louise Cody, I mean it actually does, in my case ables women transferring from one W. A. A. is interestingly tLaced in The Mortar Board picture for the dinner party. A hint
general chairman. All women who at least. The other day I came on school to another to get credits for the scrapbook. From the time wein ( 'Ensian will be taken at 10 o'clock given in the pink f
have been called back for a second a precious bit that is really too their work. This system is in use a stove in the field house was co- this morning at Dey's studio. There buffet, the apple-gr
tryout are urged to appear at this priceless for words. It's all about at Michigan. Members of the ath- sidered a great innovation until to- will be a short meeting after thethe tables, and the
time if they have not already done a boat race between Harvard and letic association here have often day when our splendid building picture is taken. yond ak
so, as the committee feels that the Yale, 'way back in 1864, and the I been received in other universities. makes possible many new activities were Prof. A. R. Cr
!I There will be a meeting of tha Mrs. Crittenden, Mn
appearance of a large number of author of this particular passage Likewise W. A. A. has entertained the interest of Michigan women in' Tae-u citteeg of the fMrs. aryd Tr
tryouts will make possible a much is described as a Yale enthusiast. members from other schools. the Association has been evidencesi Make-up committee of the Junior ford, Mrs. Mary Tull
better show than could otherwise He certainly was, too. It seems In an article from the Michigan in many ways. The scrapbook Girls' Play at 4 o'clock tomorrow Brace, and Mrs. N. D
be produced. that this was the first time that i Daily called the "Athletic Inteest shows that W. A. A. has played an at Barbour Gymnasium. Wear Kappa Delta entert
Women who have already tried Yale had beaten Harvard in the of Michigan Women" the purpose increasingly important part in the'smocks and bring kleenex! Those Mrs. Bradley Davis a
out for a second time and who races, so naturally enthusiasm did of W. A. A., according to this arti- jphysical development and social ac- who cannot attend are asked to at dinner Thursday
would like to appear again tomor- run high among the Yale support- cle, is the "control and direction of tivities of the women of the Uni- call the chairman, Margaret Bush, narcissus made up t
row night offering specialty num- ers. Some of them actually laid all the athletic activities of the versity. 7817. and green candles
bers are invited to do so. The try-j two to one bets on Yale-which. -m the decorations.
outs will take place in Sarah Cas- were not taken up-as soon as itH Wyvern wil meet at 9:30 this The Detroit alumn
well Angell hall. was obvious that Yale would win Mrs. Hoover Returns Couzens Fall Pans morning at the Cozy Corner for Phi Beta gave a din
All those who wish to appear to- "barring the interposition of Provi- With Many Presents To Pub tli The Dial' 'breakfast, and at 11 aclock to have seniors of the active
morrow night are reminded that dence." This supreme confidence Ensian pictures taken. terday at Gross Poin
the committee expects close adher- "was echoed merrily-by moneyless Mrs. Herbert Hoover has return-' "The Dial" is the name of the The Board of Directors of the in announcing the ei
once to the rules which have been enthusiasts with cheers. Fair crea- ed from her trip through the Latin- new publication being put out by T League Bvil meet at the Dey studio Helen Strauss, '26,
laid down as to the form of the tures along the shore gayly shook IAmerican countries laden with gifts the residents of Couzens Hall this agu1 o'l morrow for its 'nIio , trbert 'u
tryouts. Extemporaneous perfor- their blue ribbons, waved their presented to her by leaders of fif- year. The first issue of the paper,sian picture. The Judiciary Coun- hJackson; and the er
mances will be disregarded, so Miss handkerchiefs, and shouted with an teen countries. There is pottery which, it is planned, will appear, ci will report for this picture and Helen elman of El
Cody asks that all women come exquisite f e m i n i n e earnestness from South America, Inca shawls. monthly between October andJuly, remain afterwards for a separate to Henry Desenberg,
prepared with songs and dance !'Yale.' Tutors, one of Yale's most Indian rugs . and silverware from came out December 20 just prior group picture.
steps as well as dialogue. Popular deservedly popular professors, the Peru and Chile, and the old Spanish to the Christmas vacation. - i- ________ _1_11111_1___________
songs rather than college songs attorney general of Massachusetts,land Portuguese jewelry of Brazil. So far, the Dial is in the natur 12!Ii*iII1I1itIIIJ1lI1il1lH1lI|llHU1uhI!..
should be chosen. Women trying another graduate of fifty years, all At-least part of these will be placed of an experiment. It is to take the-OPTICAL I"You can
out are requested to bring their shouted like boys, as they were once I in the White House among what place of the Scalpel, which appear-
own sheet music, but an accomn-more for Yale and her victory." -the President-elect likes to call the(ed quarterly last year, but not of DEPARTMENT 'I ~ depend on
panist will be present. Can you imagine that, my dear? "household gods." the annual, which will be published E d
Individual tryouts are required by And I've always been told that peo-; Some long old Brazilian earrings this year as usual. Lenses and Frames made = being p u r
the committee, and women will not ple didn't get so excited and forget i of intricate design, Mrs. Hoover Ti-eTo Order
be permitted to try out together themselves back in those good old plans to have made into a pendant The Dial is a four-page paper, o - Opfresh here.
in singing or dancing, except at days. And here it seems that the since she does not wear earrings nt opinion. the expression of st- Optical Prescripions
deingingn. Filltinedcoo ! -
the special request of the coin- fair creatures of those days, even ! In Rio de Janeiro Mrs. Hoover was ews news of cvtisFilled, i.=
mittee. as you and I of today, shouted- able to visit some of the shops ana sewso, jewo es, a a ewrA
actually shouted, mind you-with silver, clear jade and acquamarines It is a new departure for Couzens Meal Tic
Economy Is Stressed . an exquisit feminine earnestnes for wich the city is famous. Hall, and has every indication of State St. Jewelers $cT
Can you imagine them doing such - _____--i being a successful one.
By Woman Politician a thing in those days? I tell you, ing ___ -ulclleluillllleltl.I lliIIIIIlIIli I

MINATIONS ACCOUNT FOR
IN SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF REEK
final exam!- enberg is a member of Phi Sigma
there is a lull Delta fraternity.
among the This sorority also announces the
-tories. How- marriage of Reva Kay, '26, of
parties have Omaha, Nebraska, to Aaron Rich-
he past week. ards of San Francisco.
enjoyed an in- Pi Beta Phi pledges gave a dance
chapter house for the active members last Friday
Mr. and Mrs. night. The chaperones were Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Florence Huf and Mr. and Mrs.
as chaperones Homer Heath.
ld Mrs. Lloyd! Edwinna Hagadon, '28, visited the
ed roses and Pi Phi house last week-end. Elsie
. The house Murray, '23, will be a guest this
palms. I week-end.
itory gave its IIna Martin, '28, a membei' of
last night. A Zeta Tau Alpha was married on
served during December 22, to Leslie Weston, '28,
evening. The a member of Phi Mu Alpha frater-
was provided nity. The wedding took place in
's orchestra J Detroit where they will make their
attended. home.
urprised their I Zeta Tau Alpha announces the
Wendell Moore, ! pledging of Dorothy and Marjorie
th a birthday Ellsworth, '32, of Albany, N. Y.
of spring was Delta Omicron entertained at a
lowers on the formal dance last night in honor
een tapers on of their ne;; pledges, who are Mar-
green frosting quita Devine, , Rosalee Sinclair,
e. The guests Marie Schmidt, Harriet Scheile,
ittenden and and Mary LaBour, all students of
s. Van Lang- i the School of Music.
er, Mrs. M. M. Mr. and Mrs.,Louis M. Graham,
. Riggs. Miss Genevieve Sproat, and, Mr.
ained Mr. and Otto Stahl were the chaperones,
and Mrs. Reek and several alumnae were present.
y. Roses and For the purpose of raising funds,
he centerpiece, Sigma Alpha Iota called upon all
were used in of its members, alumnae, patron-
esses, and the School of Music
ae of Gamma faculty to donate garments or
ner for the other "white elephants" which
chapter yes- were sold at a rummage sale held
t. yesterday morning in a garage near
takes pleasure the Y. W. C. A.
ngagement of 1 Chi Delta Phi, honorary journal-
of Cleveland, istic fraternity will hold its next
man, '29L, of meeting at 7:30 Wednesday eve-
ngagement of ning, Jan. 16 in Martha Cook build-
Paso, Texas, ing, Louisa Butler, '28, president,
'27. Mr. Des- announces.
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Waste and apathy are the aver-
sions of Mrs. Ruth Pratt, the ninth
congresswoman, who was the only
woman member of the New York
board of aldermen, according to a
recent interview with her.
She is economically-minded and
maintains that "men are the spend-
thrifts and women the four-wheel
economic brakes." As an alderman,
Mrs. Pratt did her best to keep the
government costs down. She is in-
terested in the prices of electric
light bulbs, school houses, transit
bonds, and other municipal mat-
ters.
In college she majored in mathe-
matics. She got her start as an
executive chairman of the Woman's
Liberty Loan committee for the
second Federal Reserve district.
Later she was vice-chairman of the
Republican ways and means com-
mittee. She was elected alderman
in November, 1925.
A woman president of the United
States is possible but far off, in
Mrs. Pratt's opinion. Just now she
thinks they are "surface-scratch-
ers" in politics.
mo

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