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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

DAILY

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Women

Will

Express

Opinion

in

Prohibition

BALLOTING ON PROHIBITION QUESTION
IS OPEN TO WOMEN INFIRST ATTEMPT
AT, DETERMINING FEMININE ATTITUDE

MRS. HOOVER IS [(T SORORITIES ENTERTAIN FOLLOWING *| |(TV
NOTED FOR HER L LL LIL SENIOR SUPPER AND JUNIOR PLAYdUIjIII| F
UNIQUE DINNERS InissGrae Rrhads
reUEiIaEion of their proximity to Kappa Delta announces the
graduation when they donned their pledging of Willena Kalmbach, '32,
Margaret Bush, Helen Fellows caps and gowns for the Senior Sup- South Lyons. Miss Frances Stephens Many Entertainments
Announced as Ex-officio per and Junior Girls' Play on Mon- of Knoxville, Tennessee, is a guest Dormitories for
f. < i day night. Later in the evening at the house for the week-end. jAt.. for

Similar Polls in Other Schools
Have Included Only Votes
of Men Students.j
TO HAVE FOUR BOOTHS
Results of Women's Votes Will
be Published Thursday
Morning in Daily.
Women of the campus are to
vote in the Daily prohibition pollj
at booths located in the League
building, Barbour gymnasiuni, Uni-i
versity hall, and Angell hall tomor-
row and Tuesday, in what is, as far
as has been announced by other
colleges, the first determination of
prohibition opinion ever made for
women students.
Although similar balloting has
been sponsored by student publica-
tions in colleges all over the coun-
try, only the men students have
voted. For this reason, as full a
representation of student opinion

Trio to be Honored
An informal reception will t
held during thebintermission o
the concert to be given tomoz
rom night at 8:15 o'clock by t]
Elshuco Trio of New York in ti
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Th
will be the last of the concer
sponsored by the ChambE
Music Society of Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Rene Talamon, preside:
of the society, will presideo
hostess, and assisting her w
be Mrs. Wallace Krag and Mr
G. Karl Huber. The intermissio
will be extended and refresh
ments will be served at th
time.
The trio from New York
composed of Karl Kraeuter, vio
inst; Willem Willeke, cellis
and Aurelio Giorni, pianis
Previous concerts sponsored 1
the society have been those giv
by the Barrere Ensemble, tb
Morgan Trio, and the New Yor
Strina quartet.

,

as possible is desired from Michi-
gran women.

It is expected that the heaviest
part of the voting will take place
on Tuesday, and it is requested
that a special effort be made to
cast ballots tomorrow at one of the
places. designated. I ELECTED BY PORT
Leaders of women student or-
ganizations on the campus have en- , .r
dorsed the Daily plan. Among them, Helen Barc,'30, Is Preside
Margaret Bush, president of the1 Eleanor Corcilius, '31,
Women's League and member of Vice President.
the Daily election board, recom- -_
mends that all women students co-G
operate in obtaining a concensus MUYSKENS GIVES AWA
of opinion for Michigan women ---
students. Helen Bare, '30, was chosen pr
Helen Fellows, '30, chairman of ident of Portia Literary Society
the judiciary committee who will this semester at a meeting h
also serve on the board, endorses Tuesday evening, to fill the of
the campus ballot as a constructive
effort on the part of college stu- vacated by the resignation of He
dents to determine sentiment along Cheever, '31. Miss Cheever has
the same line as that promoted by signed her duties owing to the pr
the Literary Digest poll now cur- sure of Pan-Hellenic activit
rent. Helen Cheever, '31, president However, she will remain deleg
of the Pan-Hellenic organization, to the Oratorical Board for ther
and Marjorie Follmer, '30, of the of the year.
Daily will be the other women on Eleanor Corcilius, '31, was elec
the tabulating board. to the office of vice-president,a
Results of the votes for women Mary Kent-Miller, '26, an honor
will be published Thursday morn- member of the society, will act
ing in the Daily, at the same time patroness. The other officers
that tabulations are being an- Portia will continue in office as1
,nounced for 20 other colleges of fore.
the country. Coincident with the policy he
Itofore established by the club, p
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA - gams this earwillh d

M Xembers of boarif at t umnae iv t
rd many members of the same class Alpha Xi Delta announces the jm.
WILL MANAGE LEAGUE entertained groups of juniors in the pledging of Audrey Callendar, '33, MARTHA COOK FETES100
various sorority houses of Zanesville, Ohio.
be Margaret Bush, '30, Helen Fel- Delta Delta Delta, Chi Omega, Alpha Phi is giving a tea this aft-! Forming the center for social ac-
r- {lows, '30, Jean Wallace, '30, Eleanor Kand Thea pa wra, Kappahel ernoon in honor of the advisers of tivities at the dormitories on cam-
he Cooke, '31, and Jeannie Roberts, rorities honoring their juniors at vwomen, members of the faculty, Junior Girls' Play. Entertainment
'32haeJusiothis weklas. Etherthanmna
132, have been selected to serve as spreads. Theta Phi Alpha under- and mothers. for those returning for Alumnae
ss undergraduate members of the class women also gave a party in Zeta Tau Alpha announces the nightat the Play last night cul
its'honor of their senior members Mon- pegn f ae'it '3 fEsta lylstngtcl
ts newly-created Board of Governors da night decoratin t I pledging of Janet Hirt,33, of East minated the w k. nee
of the Women's League building with green carnations and candles. Aurora, N. Y. Guests at the house w The good ship S. S. Newberry
nt whose duties consist of managing; Delta Zeta gave their spread hon- this week-end are: Eleanor Short, yesterday afternoon at which Ruth
as the business of the League building. oring the seniors at midnight Mon- 29, of Detroit, and Rachel Schearer, Browne, '25, was elected as the new
ill Margat Bush and Helen Fellows, day. Marion Reading, author of the '29, of Jackson. president of the Helen Newberry
rs. inapn Junior Girls' Play, was guest of Pi Beta Phi is entertaining the alumnae group. Miss Janet Mc-
on m their capacities of president of honor. following mothers this week-end Farlane, '17, past-pres., poured at
h- the Women's League and president Alpha Gamma Delta announces who are here for the Play: Mrs. the affair. Residents of the dormi-
at of the Judiciary Council respective- the pledging of Alice Schleh, '32, of Claude C. Jones, Mrs. Ira Beck, Mrs. tory presented stunts at dinner last
ly, will act as cx officio members. Saline, and Evelyn Wolford, '32, of F. W. Walkinshaw, and Mrs. Carl night in honor bof the week-end
I Selected for Responsibility Wayne. The sorority entertained at C. DeVol, all of Battle Creek; and guests.
- Miss Bush stated that the major a formal faculty dinner on Thurs- Mrs. August von Boeselager of Mt. Students at Martha Cook spent
st, consideration in the appointment day night. Clemens. Miss Martha Clendenin of the week in preparation for this
St. of the three members was their Mrs. Peter Okkelberg, a patroness Monmouth, Illinois is also a guest. alumnae week-end. More than 100
by qualifications because these posi- of Alpha Chi Omega, entertained Alpha Omicron Pi has as its returning graduates were welcom-
ei tions involve considerable responsi-I the seniors of that sorority at a din- guests the misses Leone Lee and ed yesterday at the "Home-coming
he ner at her home Friday night. Josephine Weiler of Detroit; Miss Port." Gay posters were hung
rk served on the House Committee of Alpha Epsilon Phi gave- a formal Sally Knox, Bloomfield Hills, and throughout the building to add to
(By Associaed Press) the Women's League. dinner Thursday night when they Miss Helen Belcher, Saginaw. the festivity of the occasion. At
Mrs. Herbert Hoover. Hereafter the three members out- had as guests Miss Alice Lloyd, Theta Phi Alpha held elections midnight last night the returning
Mrs. Herbert Hoover, at the end side of those ex officio will be elec- Mrs. Beryl Bacher, Mrs. Myra Jor- for chapter officers for the coning graduates were honored at a
of her first year as First Lady of the ted by the Board of Directors of dan, Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan, and year at the meeting Monday night. spread and an entertainment in
1 Land, has become noted for infor- the Women's League, it was stated -- - v---- - -- - Marion Ferency, '31, of Detroit was the form of a "take-off" on the
L.imal entertaining. Never before by that board yesterday, because CE elected president; Agnes Lally, '31, Junior Girls' Play.
have so many small groups been the body is more familiar with the iSECanton, O., vice-president; Julia Adelia Cheever House observed
bidden to the White House. qualifications of each candidate MEE T THURSDA Y Mae Conlin, '31A, Ann Arbor, re- its traditional Mother's Week-end
Scarcely a day has passed that than would be an unselected group cording secretary; Lelia Benihan, by entertaining at dinner Friday
the Hoovers have dined alone. ( of voters. The new members will' Final arrangements are being '31, Grand Rapids, treasurer. night twelve guests, after which the
There are usually guests for either become ex officio members of the I made for the annual Intramural Sigma Kappa held its spring for- party attended "State Street." Yes-
nt; luncheon or dinner. Informal Sun- Board of Directors. ! Sport Meet to be held Thursday mal dance in the Women's Athletic terday afternoon tea was served at
day night dinner with small groups Members Elected in Spring ! evening of this week. There are five building last night. The chaperones the League Cave in honor of the
of friends have been a part of their The method of election was fields of entries for women on the were Mrs. J. M. Holt, Professor W. guests. In the evening additional
hospitality also. adopted by the League Board at a campus who are at all proficient L. Bennett and Mrs. Bennett, Pro- I dinner guests included Miss Alice
D Mrs. Hoover has a reputation for meeting held yesterday morning. in the scheduled sports. Riflery, fessor C. W. Cook and Mrs. Cook, Lloyd, Miss Grace Richards, Mrs.
RD doing things in a "different" way. Until the joint meeting of the old bowling, archery, fencing and golf Professor L. A. Hopkins and Mrs. Beryl Baher, Dr. Helen Pratt, Mrs.
She puts a personal touch into her and new Board of Directors this meets are to be played off. The only Hopkins, Professor A. E. Wood and E. C. Goddard, Mrs. Charles Wash-
informal entertaining. She delights spring after the general elections, sport for which practice is required Mrs. Wood. burne, Mrs. E. R. Sunderland, and
for women guests by giving them flow- the above named women will serve, is bowling. All women are invited ,-Mrs. Louis Karpinski.
ield ers from the White House tables. 1consisting of two ex officio members to compete who have had any ex- In 1854 a student in the Univer- University House No. 1 honored
1110 |She gives especial attention to and three members appointed by perience or training in these sports. sity of Wisconsin could receive his Miss Alice Lloyd and Miss Ellen B.
i musicians and others who have en- the president of the League. At the Entries in more than one sport education for an entire year, ex- Stevenson, who are on the board of
len tertained her, sending notes of ap- t general elections held in the spring, can be made. There is no limit to elusive of board, for $21, according directors for the house, at tea Wed-
re- preciation and having them per- a new president of the League will the number of events a girl can to the report of the regents for that nesday afternoon in the Hostess
es- sonally presented. j be elected and a new president of enter or to the number of girls year. The school year was divided room of the League building.
ies. ! Last Christmas Allan Hoover sud- Judiciary Council appointed, who from one house entering the same into three terms of 13 weeks each,
ate denly decided he wanted to give a will both serve on the Board of event, with the exception of bowl- with $4 the tuition per term. Three UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
rest party. Mrs. Hoover promptly ar- governors as ex, officio members. ng. Contestants will sign up for dollars per term took care of room, -Dark suits and dresses were ta-
ranged it for the next night. Pre- The two Boards-of Directors will to- the event they wish to enter Thurs- heat, and janitor service. boo at the freshman spring infr-
ted cedent gives way to expediency in gether elect a junior, a sophomore, day evening when they go to the, iThe university consisted of one mal here last week. Sport clothes,
and the Hoover's social program. Thus and a freshman, the sophomore to Women's Athletic building. Intra- building which contained public which included for the boys either
arY delighted debs received telephone carry over two years. mural points will be awarded to all rooms for recitation, library, cab- golf knicker suits or the combmna-
aas invitations to the WhiteHouse-_ The following year a freshman houses irregardless of where the inet, study, and lodging rooms. tion of light trousers and dark
of something that rarely occurs. will be elected to serve during her entrants place. There will be in- There were two members in the coats, and for the girls any type
Vye- But formal White House enter- sophomore year, and a sophomore dividual cups for the highest scor- senior class, one in the junior class, of spring sport dress, were officially
tainments have suffered an eclipse. to carry over to her junior and ers. and nine each in the sophomore' declared by the class president to
re- The President and Mrs. Hoover senior years, making a total mem- --- and freshman classes. I be the only appropriate apparel.
ro- had originally planned more for- ! bership on the Board of Governors serve for her junior and senior
to j mal state receptions than have ! of five undergraduates, three sen- years.
be- marked previous White House so- iors, two of whom are ex officio The foregoing plan as adopted by
em- ,cial calendar-s, but events have pre- members, one of whom is carried the Board of Directors was accepted
es. vented carrying out this program. over from her junior year, and two i in order to insure proper qualifica-
ver - newly elected members, one of tions and continuity of membership.
sori University of Paris-Unlike Amer- whom will' serve her sophomore for the future undergraduate of the
tics ican college students, women here year only and the other who will Board of Governors. wash Slk
re- ;are allowed neither to date nor to ---- W---_K
the smoke, and are forbidden to attend Paaa*n D neSt
n a parties unless properly chaperoned.
dg- However, the position of the FrenchUA
for- woman has changed somewhatj"ULTRA-BEAUTIFUL"
on, since the war, and more and more !
ith girls are taking positions outside THE ONLY WORD
THAT DESCRIBES

Fraternity rushing cards, dated and
signed by . the rushee, are being
used by university fraternities. Rul-
es formulated by the Interfraterni-
ty council allow a rushee to have
more than "one date a day with one
fraternity for the first two days,
which time shall be set aside for
rushing only. No rushee shall dis-
play in any way a pledge button
for the first two days." Violation
of these rules by the rusheee will
be punished by denying him the
right to pledge for one semester.

slalot~il-sYc wi oe aevoted
literary topics, plays, a debate1
tween two prominent faculty m
bers, and other unusual featur
The "Muyskens Trophy," a sil
cup donated to Portia by Profes
John H. Muyskens of the phone
department, has been recently
ceived by the club. It celebrates#
victory of Portia over Athena it
debate held last semester and ju
ed by Prof. Muyskens. It will be f
mally presented at a meeting so
and will be placed in the case w
other trophies won by the club.
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