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SI1GMA 9 H AH IOTW
OPENS CONVENTIONI
Delegates to National Honorary1
Music Sorority Convention
Received Thursday.
ENTERTAIN AT LEAGUE
Ann Arbor Active and Alumnae
Chapters Give Formal
Musicale.j
Guests and delegates of the
Alpha province convention of'
Sigma Alpha Iota, national honor-.
ary music sorority, were welcomed
Thursday night at an alumnae din-
ner, followed by a reception and
formal musicale given by mem-
bers of Alpha and Lambda Alpha,
Ann Arbor active and alumnae
chapters of the sorority
Those in the receiving line were
Hazel Rsitchey, of Lincoln, Neb.,
national president; Frances Locher,
of Grosse Point, province president;
Mrs. George W. Patterson, Alice
Lloyd, Elizabeth Campbell, Doro-
thy Wilson, and Mrs. Eli A. Gallup,
of Ann Arbor.
The ballroom of the League.
building was attractively decor-
ated for the formal musicale, which
began at 8:15. The following pro-
gram was presented:
Fantasie and Fugue-G Minor..
.............Bach-Liszt
Mable Ross Rhead
,,Was I not a' blade of grass upon.
the plain?" ..........Tchaikowsky#
Florence Boycheff
Polonaise-A major....Wieniawski
Thelma Newell'
"On the day when death shall..
knock at thy door" ....Carpenter
"When I bring to you color'd..
toys" .................Carpenter!
"By a lonely forest pathway"..
................Griffes
"At the well"...........Hageman
Florence Boycheff
Chanson Tcheque .. . Tscherepnine
In autumn ..........Moskowski
The valley of chimes ......Ravel
Etude Caprice ......... .Dohnanyek
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg
Donna Esseltyne and Mrs. Ok-
kelberg were accompanists.
NOTICE.
Miss Barthel's natural dancing
class which usually meets at.
7:30 o'clock Wednesdays, will
rehearse today from 1 to 3
o'clock for the dance recital to
be presented by Orchesis and the
physical education department.

FIELD OF PERSONALITY RESEARCH IS
T STILL UNEXPLORED, SAYS PILLSBURY L f LIIIILIIIUIIIi_
Bry J. C. X. ----~
I Contrary to the preconceived no-1 all the people with whom they'
Did you measure your dancing tion of most laymen, scientists do come in contact because they pos-F
steps last night at the Slide-Rule not know, or pretend to know, all tsess a broad understanding, intel-
party? I was there, having a much the facts about their particular ligence and a good disposition. Gordon Dean Demonstrates Use
easier time obtaining a bid than i fields. When a reporter questions an Often an habitual smile will de- of Modern Methods in
did for the J-Hop. And I was sur. eminent psychologist on aspects of note a pleasing personality." Shooting.
prised, after all that I had heard, 1 the scientist's work, he expects to An argument always open for
to find that the engineers don't be overwhelmed by a large volumemack discussion is whether personality Gordon M. Dean, expert archer,
naws a all.Anoter ra i o facts, statistics, and uncompre can be changed or developed. Re- of Pinehurst, N. C., gave a demon-
gone. hensible scientific terms. He cer- garding this, Professor Pillsbury stration of archery yesterday after-
And was that party ever a meas- tainly does not anticipate being isaid, "It is possible to alter one's noon, at 4:30 o'clock, in the Wom-
ured affair? The very length of told that scientists know no more I
the dresses bespoke clever use of about the subject than he does. 1personality, or to develop a good en's Athletic building. dethe demon- fo
asomebody's measuring tape, and, But Prof. Walter B. Pillsbury, of personality,but it is very difficulty stration was given under the aus-
by all the measured glances, one the psychology department, said; A person can change superficially pices of the Archery club of W. A. A. sele
would think that the engineers precisely this on the subject of per- by changing his habits, but in his Mr. Dean placed on display sev-- m
we u tenk successful thn borroin gs pronasty "Pch o t s," he stated- essential characteristics he remains eral types of bows - and arrows,
were quite successful.in borrowing sonality. Psychologists,e the same. By gradual prosesses a' and told the members of the club
the lawyer's girls for the evening "attach the same general meaning kd something of the characteristics of'
In fact, the only thing that wasn't to the word as others do. And all weak person canu be made strong,
Imeasured was the music, --ultra- of us ko cmprtvl lI or one 'with an unpleasant dtisposi- each,.lHe demonstrated modern: /
measredwasthemusc.-ltr- o usknow comparatively little lion ca'n force himself to be pleas- methods of aiming ana shooting, !
modern time, I guess. about it. It is a vague term denot- tin, cah foce hmse t itues ething of aimig an ootng b
But you should have seen the ing the habits, disposition, general ;ant, but such changed attitudes setting up a target at one end of
method used to exchange dances. { intelligence, and attitude of a per- of this kind are rare. Except for Archery, according to Mr. Dean
The engineers brought their sur- son; these- combine to form his his ind ae rn Ect f s Ase coing to M r. ,
veying signals rightinto the ball-h whole make-up, which we call per- his habits a person is born with his is fast becoming a national sport,
1 room and, presto, they had the sonality. Personality is often con-i1personality determined through in-, there being now five major tourna-#
next dance. sI sidered.the idea that one individ- telligence, disposition, and indi- ments in the United States. The
ell, boysaitnloke asd th f ath. onen iv vidual characteristics." National tournament for 1929 was
Wlbyi okvrymhasulhsoante.I held in Santa Monica, Cal., while
though you were going to have tot To the question of what consti- * next year's heldinmSntis C he -
give yourselves up, anyway. The tutes a pleasing personality, Pro- 1Chamber Music Society' next year's tournament is scCghec-
uled to be held in Chicago, the lat.-,
co-eds have even taken up arch- fessor Pillsbury said, "A person is Will Ofer ter part of August.
ery. It would 'seem that the mod- considered to have a pleasing per-
ern version of "who killed cock I sonality. if he understands others.-( At the annual meeting and teat
robin" will be "not I", said thelThose to whom he is agreeable and of the Chamber Music society of- Blo
Etas, and so on, down sorority row, who like him deem his a good per- jAnn Arbor to be held at 3:30 Tues-
What is all this editorial non- sonality. There are some individ- day afternoon, April 8, in the Alum- CORRECTION I1 Kid
sense about the superiority of the uals who have an appeal to almost nae room of the League building, T
sexes? Children, I am surprised at - the most important announcement The Michigan Daily regrets the -
you! Haven't you learned after G ISH OMAN and the cause for greatest congra- mistake made in Thursday's issue
three years of college and one year tulation will be that the Scholar- in regard to the Jacobson's Shoe
of philosophy that nobody knows TOURS LAPLAND I ship fund of the organization is i advertisement.
anything anyway, because there is. almost completed. This Scholarship The prices properly stated
really nothing to know anything Women seem to be . vicing fund, which is to be given to the should have been $5.85 to $8.50.
about? with men in testing their endur-1 University School of Music, will be
But, bear up, soon we will hear ance nowadays. The Honorable Mrs. ! available for students by 1931.
that ld familiar line, "Yes, our Victor Bruce has just started a The meeting, which will be a
child is home from college," and we cold and lonely motor trip to Lap- short business session followed by
will amount to something at last, land, which she intends 'to tray-'tea, will be presided over by Mrs.
Just think, for seven days, you erse to its northermost point. She Rene Talamon, and annual dues!
will be the shining light of the expects'to return through Sweden, will be payable at this time.
campus (even if you do go out once Denmark, Germany, and France,__
in a while, that's here, not there.) arriving at Monte Carlo eighty UNIVERSITY OF IOWA - The
I.But the real big thrill is "back to hours after leaving the northern University of Iowa has a Chaper-thid
Ithe old home town sweetheart." tip of Lapland- ons' Club.
All of which reminds me to warn On her trip Mrs. Bruce carries - -- - -
you that now is the time for all only a very small suitcase, but that
wise men to call in their pins. You jdoes not prevent her from looking ' \0V
won't rate at all with the girl the part of a dainty feminine mo- u uYK\
friend back home if you suddenly torist up from the country to do
appear with the emblem of your a day's shopping. Mrs. Bruce has COMPLETE VACATION
social success missing. Yours for previously made a non-stop run SCHEDULES _:Pp41
a bigger and better spring vaca- from John o' Groats to Monte IN-5
tion! Carlo, a twenty-four hour endur- "WH AT TO DO"
--_ _ __ ance test in a speed boat, a dash -- 6A7TgU3.
NUIVERSITY OF ARIZONA - across the English Channel in a CAMPUS TRAVEL 14 / . Or
Parts of a prehistoric ruinedpueblo motor boat, and has covered 6,000 BUREAUI144
have recently been discovered near miles in 11 countries while doingI Union Desk and Chubb House
here. It is estimated that the ruins official tests for the Royal Auto- Phone 9142
I are at least 1,000 years old. mobile club. -
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