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OTOEE!!R 21, 1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOPHMOR ES - W. A. A. Membership
CIB'g~ ~ TYRATA Open to Freshmen yP9 9 IL6
CAA _TRYOUT Among th fewcampus activities HELD ON SATU B Fl
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LULL IN SOCIAL EVENTS CAUSEDfl NOTICES
BY STUDENT EXODUS TO URBANA LUNUU 01I lid I I U Mrs. John R.Effinger will enter-
_____________S__T_________ fLfl7.k jtam nthe New-Comners Section of the
Faculty Womens Club at tea on
Contrasting the fest!vities of t Patronesses Give Luncheon X Thursday afternoon at her home
week end is the lull in social life Theta Phi Alpha active members in Martin Place. This meeting will
on the campus this week end, with' luncheon at Barton Hills yesterday aMonday and Tuesday the be the first of the year for the
a good number of the students by the sorority patronesses, Michigan Education association New-Coers Section. All ember
donisraafr tetalls.hold-itseannualtmeetinglhereben
lown in Urbana for the football George Moe, Mrs. Allan Shurzer, hold its annual meeting here in who have not belonged to the club
game and another large number and Mrs. Frank Burke. Rose Ken- Ann Arbor. Mr. Leslie Kindred ofm
spending a few days at home. Par- na of Cumbola, Pa., is a guest at nn Arbor is local chairman of the for more than two years are eli-
ties, teas, and dinner entertain- the Theta Phi Alpha house this committee in charge of the con- gible for the New-Comers group.
-- ---i+o '--Irn n l .nnn -n o io ___vention.

Eligi

bility, Rules Require
Average in Subjects for
Past Semester.

EMILY BATES CHAIRMAN
Eligibility fcr tryouts for the en-
tertainmeit which will be present-
ed in the Sophomore Cabaret con-
sists of a "C" average for the last
semester in all academic subjects.
The tryouts will be held from 4 to
6 o'clock, Monday, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall of Bairbour gym-
nasium. Monday will be the only
day of tryouts, and the entertain-
ment committee, which is in
charge, hopes a great variety of
talent, will be displayed by the
soph'omore women.
"This project of the class of '32
is just as important as the Fresh-
man, Pageant was, and as the Jun-
ior .Girls' Play will be," says Emily
Bates, general chairman of the
Cabaret." We hope for as much
enthusiasm on the part of the
sophomores as was shown for the
Pageant, and we are attempting to
give every eligible woman some
part in the Cabaret, just as we did
last year. The first action towards
its creation is taking place Mon-
day,.and any woman who can sing,
dance, or play some musical instr.:-
ment owes it to herself and her
class to appear at the tryouts."
AMERICAN AND
FOREIGN WOMEN
PLAN ACTIVITIES
In an attempt to encourage
friendlineks between the foreign
and native students in the Univer-
sity, the World Fellowship commit-
tee of the League has already
started its activities for the year.i
A group of 19 women compose
the committee, ten foreigners and
nine Americans. Six foreign na-
tions are represented; from In-
dia there 'is Aley Kuriyan, E. K.
Janaki, and Sharkeshwari Agha;
from China, Ao Dju, and Maido
Kuo; form Japan, Asa Nakao and
Ikuko Koizumi, from Hawaii, Mar-
tha Choy; from the Philippines,
Maria astrana; and from Turkey,
Behire Refik. Miss Refik is the
first Turkish woman to ever attend
the University of Michigan.
The nine American women on
the. committee are: Valborg Ege-
land, '30, chairman, Elizabeth
Thompson, '30, Ruth Dow, '30, Mar-
garet Dusseau, '30, Jannet Michael,
'31, Albertina Maslen, '31, Jessie
Winchess, '23, Betty MidWorth, '30,
and Betty Pfeiffer, '31.
A party was given in the Cave
last week in honor of last year's
chairman, Bettina Bush, who is
now Mrs. Hayden Anthony Carter.
A stunt had been prepared and a
representative from each one of the'
countries sang one of her native
songs for the entertainment of
Mrs. Carter..
A general plan of entertainment
for the monthly meetings will be
arranged which will be of interest
to all of the women. Miss Refik
will give a talk :on her native land,
Turkey, at one of the meetings
soon. Since she is the first Turk-
ish woman to attend the Univer-
sity, her talk will be novel.
The committee will again work
with the Student Christian asso-
ciation this year for the Thanks-
giving dinner for all the foreign
students on campus.

)women are eligible is membership W. A. A
in W. A. A. To become a member F
it is only necessary to earn five Fro
points in athletics. The required
number of points may be earned
by participation on any intramural Outstan
sports team, by qualifying for events oft
tournaments and meets, or by hik- the Play D
ing five miles. A greater number second, at
of points is given for passing the tertain v
W. A. A. swimming test and par- State, fro
ticipation in major and minor school at,
sports. Battle Cr
A chart of the Point System and Education.
complete list of awards is posted The coim
on the bulletin board of the Field ments is c
House and is also found in the beth Whii
"M" book, copies of which may be # gram comi
secured from the W. A. A. office in ray, '31, rec
the Women's League building. ces Bielby,
For the sake of convenience there ing arrang
will be a desk placed downstairs in '31, food;
the Women's Field House on Mon- publicity;
day and Tuesday afternoons, Octo- grams.
ber 28 and 29, where dues will be A caban
received for W. A. A. membership. Friday eve
Women may also pay at the hockey Day, at w
spread to be held at the Field House ing and en
Tuesday night. 'of several
An unusually splendid oppor- morning t
tunity for good times and leader- gin at 9 o
ship this year will be found in the throughou
coming national convention of the ception of
Athletic Conference of American the Field' B
College Women which will be held will be ta
in Ann Arbor next semester by the tives from
Michigan W. A. A. The A. C. A. C. Michigan.
W. is anational organization com- The sch
posed of 300 college women's ath- represented
letic associations from every part each, and
of the United States. The members in archery
of W. A. A. will receive a great deal sides these
of valuable experience both as hos- of Michiga
tesses and leaders. board acti
members o
The first of a new corps of wo- departmeni
men's road patrols made her ap- ties.
pearance recently in London in Michigan
uniform. She is the forerunner of be chosen
others whose duty it is to assist tion depar
members of the Women's Automo- teams bei
bile and Sports Association in guid- men now
ing cars through the heavy traffic. class hocke

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Entertains Visitors
Other Michigan
Schools.

ding among W. A. A.
the coming week will be
ay on November first and
which W. A. A. will en-
isitors from Michigan
om the State Normal
Ypsilanti, and from the
eek School of Physical
nmittee for the arrange-
composed of Mary Eliza-
itney, '31, athletic pro-
mittee; Kathryn McMur-
ception committee; Fran-
, '30, in charge of hous-
gements; Janet Michael,
Esther Anderson, '30,
Helen Domine, '31, pro-
ret dinner at 7 o'clock
ening will open the Play
rhich there will be danc-
ntertainment in the form
musical acts. Saturday
he actual play will be-
'clock and will continue
t the day, with the ex-
lunch, which will be at
House. At this time there
lks given by representa-"
every school, including
ools participating will be
d by two hockey teams
two women to compete
y, tennis, and golf. Be-
e women, the University
an will have the W. A. A.
ng as hostesses, and the
of the Physical Education
t sponsoring the activi-
n's representativesd u -ill
by the physical edu;a-
rtment, the two hockey
ng chosen from the wo-
taking part in inter-
ey practices.

ments nave aii been conspicuous by wi ed
their absence in comparison to the Pi Beta Phi entertained at tea In arranging the program of the
preceeding days. Wednesday in honor of their new annual meeting three main types of
Anticipating Hallowe'en, Alpha chaperone, Miss Katherine Noble. meetings have been provided.Lee-
Epsilon Iota entertained the fresh.- Mrs. Archibald Diack, Mrs. Otto tures upon topics of especial inter-
man medical students at a Hal- H y Mrs. Albert E. White, and est and timeliness without particu-t
lowe'en party last night. Mr. 'rancis Kelsey poured. edution are speciaized field'
low'c la ferceatoreprovided.
Honor Patronesses Betsy Barbour Initiates Division meetings are arranged!
Delta Omicron, musical sorority. Betsy Barbour is holding its for- for the formal discussion of prob-
is honoring the sorority mother, mal initiation for new residents in lems pertaining to some of the
Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, and the the dormitory this afternoon at a Ilbroader departments of public ed-
patronesses at a musical tea this i candle light ceremony at 4 o'clock Ication. For those interested In
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. S. in the living room. Catherine intimate investigation and discus-
VanSickle on Geddes Heights. The Wigle, '30, president, will read the sion of specific interests section
program will include piano solos ceremony and Dean John R. Ef in- sinspenire d.
given by Mabel Herrick and Mar- ger will give the address. A formal meetings have been provided. y
quita Devine, a violin solo by Louise banquet will be held afterwards ate Social science, speech, physical
Cuyler, and vocal solos by Orma which the new initiates and many education, music, modern and clas-
Weber. faculty members will be the guests sical languages, mathematics and
Celebrate Founder's Day ofhnr English are but a few of the sub-
Ceert one a of honor.f jects upon which lectgres have been
Alpha Epsilon Phi held their The residents of Helen Newberr' prepared.
twentieth anniversary Founder's I announce the Marriage of Jean-
Day banquet at the chapter house Spaulding, '32, of Helena, Montana, UF
Thursday night. Among the De- to Robert M. Coffee, '31M, of Port- UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
troit alumnae present were: the land, Oregon. -Enrolled at two colleges at the
Misses Eleanor Scher, Josephine Patronesses, alumnae, and the same time, Fred Spooner never
Imerman, Ruth Arie, Goldie Seerer, Board of Governors will be guests misses a class at the University of
Helen Seerer, Rosalie Grabowsky, at the initiation this afternoon at California at Berkley, or the Col-
Ruth Caplen, Augusta n, o 3 o'clock of 12 members of Alumnae lege of the Pacific. Working as a
inn Shamz ndMlde Fn.House. Tea will be served after the heeo hePcfc.Wrigat-a
The guests of honor were: Mrs. Mo-Hdurser on a river steamer,
ceremony, which will be read by p
rtzettMissFanhi Wisefne.DorothyWaltz, '30, the president. tends U. C. Mondays, Wednesdays,
Orleans, Louisana, was also present. nd Fridays; an
Pledges Announced. S Ivia Adams Be ins I days and Thursdays
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the-.g=--- - ~ -~ ~
pledging of Josephine Stearn, '33, Child Dance Classes'
Detroit, and Jane Fecheimer, '33,
Detroit.
Chi Omega announces the pledg- Each Saturday morning in Sarah
ing of Anne Sarenson, '33, Detroit. Caswell Angell Hall, two groups of
Alpha Omicron Pi entertained at children meet under the direction
an informal rushing dinner at the of Miss Sylvia Adams, of the Phy- Figure Botf
chapter house Wednesday evening.
Alph XiDela enertine th sical Education department, to par -
Alpha Xi Delta entertained the sc hti ac
sorority patronesses at dinner on irpate in a class o
Wednesday night. The guests were: ir P c
Mrs. Sarah Fitton Berlin, province Those from five to eight meet at;
president, who has been a guest of 10 o'clock Rhythm dancing and
of techaptrhduringthe week. games, and singing, comprise the 8 ind Li
Mrs. Theron Langford, Mrs. Nealp of the day. The children
Williams, Mrs. B. D. Thuina., Mrs.! show a remarkable sense of rhythmI
Franklin Shull, Miss Mabel Van and enjoy walking and skipping toT
Kleek, Mrs. Roy Cowden, and Mrs. music, or romping around in imi- ? fu: afternoo n o
C. D. Thorpe. tation of little puppy dogs.Iadapts femininity-in
Pledges Entertained The older group, ranging up toai
Collegiate S&rosis entertained the 10 years, who meet an hour later, versc details-gathers a
pledges from other sororities at a do much the same sort of work,
tea Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jo- except that their dancing is a little narrow belts accent
sephine Quarry poured. more complicated. Thus, instead of high V a i s t tin-colh
Alpha Chi Omega announces the being puppies, they range up along
pledging of Helga Sahlmark, '33, of the side of the stage and do kick- fine silk crepe or wa
Ludington. ing exercises. It is loads of fun
Guests at the Delta Zeta house to them, and an excellent way of grow feminine with bo
this week end are Miss Doris Weiss limbering up their muscles and and lace-hemlines achi
and Miss Mary Dunnigan, both of teaching them muscular co-ordina-ah
Detroit. tion to music.
Kappa Delta celebrated its thir- Most of the youngsters are fac- unevenless with flares a
ty-second national anniversary I ulty children. That Miss Adam's dippig godets. All co
with a Founder's Day service at the work is appreciated is shown by the
chapter house Wednesday night. fact that the earlier group is prac- ine to give flattering gra
Thursday evening the Misses Mar- tically full, while registration in the and charm to the femin
ion Ross and Vera Quackenbush of , older group is hearing completion.
Ludigtonwer diner uest. IThis is not the first time that this
PhigSn weigma entertained at work has been undertaken, but the figure.
tea Wednesday afternoon in honor schedule is planned on a more ex-
of Mrs. M. S. Upham. tensive scale.
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James M. O'Neill, of the depart-
ment of speech, will address Portia
society at its next meeting, Tues-
day night. A party in celebration
of Hallowe'en will complete r the
program.

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WOMEN NOW FIND MANY FACILITIES
IN FIELD HOCKEY PROVIDED IN CITIES
To the. inexperienced or ama-l
The great importance that field i teur player, of course, such thingsl
hockey is assuming among women I as national tournaments and Inter-
outside of college was stressed by national games seem. impossible,
Coach Halsey in an interview yes- but they do not realize what a
terday. Miss Halsey stated that scarcity of good players there is,l
few girls realize while in college, particularly here in the middle 1
the opportunities that they may west. A club, while it is to a cer-
have to play this game after their tain extent exclusive, is always
graduation. A girl always assumes looking for new material, and is
that she will continue with her glad to get new girls. The local
golf, tennis and swimming, no mat- secretary in any district may be
ter where she may be, but team reached by looking up her address
games are usually thought of as in the official hockey rule book.
losing their value, since it is so dif-
ficult to find a team on which to' HOCKEY PLAYERS
play. I ATTEND
Where field hockey is concerned,
this idea is all wrong. In most of
the larger cities of today, hockey ; son will be the hockey spread to be
clubs have been organized among held at the Women's Athletic build-
the younger women. Each club g.
has one or more teams,' and in the! ing at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening.
cuse o the eanse;a inte All women interested in the sports
course of the season, sev'eral inter- are invited to attend the affair.
club matches are played. A sec-1 Tickets will be fifty cents and
tional tournament is held every may be purchased at the door. The
year, to which all clubs in the see- banquet will be very informal so
tion send their team. This year that the hockey teams coming in
the middle west sectional tourna- from games on the field may attend
ment is to be held November 14, 15, without changing their clothes.
and 16 at Winnetka. The all-mid-'
dIe west team, chosen there, will I Mrs. Blanche Leathers of New
go to Boston on Thanksgiving Day Orleans has."had a license to oper-
to compete in the national matches. ate boats 'on the rivers that flow
For the last ten years, an All- into the Gulf of Mexico and on the
American team, chosen at the na- Red River of the South" for 34
tional tournament, has played in- years. She is the only woman
ternational games, four times in!steamboat captain on the lower
j England, and once with Ireland. I river.

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