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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATION HELD
AS CHIEF ACCOMPLISHMENT OF YEAR

PLAYWRIGHT OF
'JONICA STARRS'
DESIGNS SETS]
Mrs. E. W. Smith States That

Z19PIEAHSNEW INSTALLATION

MANY DANCES, DINNERS, TEAS HELD
IN HONOR OF SENIORS AND GUESTS
Decoration Day Weekend Scene i tertained the seniors of the chap-
of Last Social Functions ter at a luncheon at the Women's
for the Year. League last Saturday. After the

BY RETIRING HE

Highest Award Is Presented to
, Dorothy Marshick, Winner
of 1200 Point M'.
PRESENT 'BASEBALL CUP
Numerals and Points Are Given
to Members of Interclass
Speedball Teams.
"Development of cooperation with
the University at large, with the
members of the faculty, and with-
in the association itself, has been
the main accomplishment of the
Women's Athletic association," said
Dorothy Touff, '30, retiring presi-
dent of the W. A. A., who spoke on
"Association. Accomplishments at
the speedball banquet, which was
held last night. "We have also de-
veloped a national' consciousness
this year, through our contact with
the Athletic Conference of Ameri-
can College Women."
The other speakers at the ban-
'fuet were Miss Grace Richards,
adviser of women, who, in speak-
ing on "Athletic Activity", declared
that play in her estimation, was a
remedy for the ill-adjustment from
which so many women suffer dur-
ing their college careers. Miss
Elizabeth Halsey, of the Physical
Education department, included in
her subject "What Not" the idea of
whatnot to lose of the experience
gained in sports. The two main
points cited by Miss Halsey were
not to lose keenness for sports, nor
ability to transfer liking for sports
to zest for life. Helen Domine, '31,
incoming president of W. A. A.
spoke on "Suggesting the Future."
Marion Geib, '30Ed, acted as toast-
mistress.
"Bonus", given by Miss Laurie
Campbell, speedball coach, consist-
ed of the presentation of awards.
Dorothy Marshick, '30Ed, received
a 1200 point "M", the highest award
which is given by W. A. A. Miss
Marshick has been on campus for
two years, and has accumulated
more than three-fourths of her
points in that time, the remainder
being transferred. The intramural,
baseball cupi was presented to
Kappa Kappa Gamma who defeat-1
ed Zeta Tau Alpha in the finals
Monday.
The right to wear a W. A. A. pin,
which is the award for 600 points,

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lySeCharacters.Three New Members Initiated;l
Hannah Lennon, '31, Is
w giMrs. Elizabeth Wherner Smith,; New Officer.
was given to Dorothy Birdzell, '32, spec., designed the sets and details
Mildred Cassidy, '30Ed., Dorothy of setting for her three act play WILL FETE MISS ANGLINI
Elsworth, '32, Marion Geib. '30E d, "Jonica Starrs" to be produced this !_I__
I week. The sets are very important, Immes
and Elizabeth Whitney, '31Ed. Small she states, because they are sym- Initiation of three new members
'M's" for 300 points were awarded bolic of the characters of the per- and installation of officers for
to Elizabeth Hatch, '31Ed, Myrtle sons involved. I next year occupied the attention
Kutchinski, '30Ed., Jean Levy, '32, In Jonica, Mrs. Smith has con- of Portia Lambda Chapter of Zeta
and Elizabeth Louden, '32. ceived a person of decided charac-I Phi Eta last night in the Garde-
Speedball awards, which consist! ter. Her country home is permeat-k Room offthe League Building. Cere-
of 100 W. A. A. points and a num- ed with reds, oranges, and golds monies 1egan a 7 ococ, 0-
eral, provided it has not already portraying the idea of her being lowed by the formal installation of
been won, were presented to the fol- sure of what she wants. In Stella new officers by Helen Barc, '30,'
lowing members of the Upperclass the woman in the affair, she has outgoing president. Yearly reports
team: Mildred Cassidy, '30Ed., Helen created a creature who is not sure of various committees of the pro-
Domine, '31, Virginia Earl, '30, Ma- or settled in anything. For this esional sorority terminated the
rion Geib, '30Ed., Elizabeth Hatch, restecinarsting.rFpr tisevening.1
'31d;, Henrietta Houston, '31, reason the colors in her apartment, Margaret Fuller, '33, Jean Griggs,t
Myrtle Kutchinski, '30Ed., Dorothy in her clothes are pinks, la- '30, and Winona Gerhardt, '31,'
endar and other pastels. soriy
Moore, In Jonica's windows are white were initiated into the sorority.
'31Ed., Lily Schmid, '30Ed., and geranium plants Mrs. Smith ex- The following new officers were in-
Elizabeth Whitney, '31Ed. pla ts. rs th em - stalled: president, Hannah Len-l
Sophomores receiving awardsj plains that these are the symbols non, '31; vice-president, Elizabeth
o fi illA imnt Shy states that non ' - sd E b

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Decoration Day and its accom-I
panying week-end formed the cen-
ter of social activities during the
last week at campus sororities.
Dances, dinners, and teas were held
n honor of visitors and seniors to
conclude the semester's round ofj
social affairs.
Gamma Phi Beta celebrated Dec-
oration Day with a breakfast dance
from 9:00 to 1:00 o'clock.Mrs. Ella
B. Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
ward L. Adams were chaperones.
Members of Kappa Delta gave
their annual Decoration Day break-'
fast and dance last Friday. Ap-
proximately 115 guests were enter-
tained. Mrs. Anna Dillingham acted
as chaperone.I
At a dinner party Monday night
Mary Evans, '30, Ann Arbor, an-
nounced her engagement to Fred
Pierce, of Michigan State College.
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher and Mrs. E.
R. Sunderland, patronesses of the
sorority, will entertain for the
Kappa Delta seniors at a picnic to-
night.
Patronesses and alumnae of Alpha
Chi Omega gave a buffet supper
Monday night for the active chap-
ter. At this time Ailene Yeo, '30,
was awarded the cup given each
year to the member who has done
the most outstanding work on cam-
pus.
Alpha Omicron Pi took a trip up
the river on Decoration Day, hav-
ing a picnic breakfast and later
going canoeing.
Patronesses of Alpha. Delta Pi en-

luncheon the group went to the
matinee performance of "Antigone."
The sorority will honor Mrs. Alice,
Davids, house chaperone, at a for-
mal dinner party tonight.
The seniors of Alpha Epsilon Iota
will be honored at a breakfast Sun-
day morning.
Members of Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma were entertained Monday night
at a supper party given by one of
their members, Phyllis Zeigen, at
her home in Ypsilanti.
The sorority had Mr. Benjamina
W. Wheeler, faculty member, as its
guest for dinner last night.'
Tonight there will be a dinner for
the members of Delta Gamma given
at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
This is a yearly affair, and this time
it is to be in the form of a cabaret
dinner.
Members of Alpha Gamma DeltaI
will give a dinner for their seniors
tomorrow night, at which time the
graduating women will be pre-
sented with gifts.

ADV0I'SOR TO SPEND
SUMMERIN TOWN
Miss Alice Lloyd to Observe
Housing Conditions for
Next Semester.
"Although I shall not be acting
Dean of Women during summer
school, I shall remain in Ann Ar-
bor through July to watch the
housing situation," stated Miss Al-
ice Lloyd, adviser of women, when
asked what were her vacation
plans. "The construction of the
new Mosher-Jordan Hall for wo-
men has made it impossible to
know just how many league houses
will be required next fall, but by
the end of July I think we shall
have the problem worked out."
Miss Lloyd said she plans to
spend August with her family at
their summer home in the Adiron-
dack mountains, coming back to
Ann Arbor in September to take
up her new duties as Dean of Wo-
men of the University.

Orchesis to Install
New Members Today!
Orchesis, honorary dancing so-
ciety, will initiate eight new mem-
bers into its organization this eve-
ning: at 7:30 o'clock. The meeting
will be held in the lounge of the
Women's Athletic Association build-
ing. The women selected from1
those who tried out two weeks ago
are Lelia Kidd, '33Sm, Marion Heald,
'3lEd, Vincelle Bartlett, '33, Mar-
garet Eggert, '32, Patricia Hume,
'33, Jeanette Allen, '33, Alice Neider-
stadt, '32, and Elva Paseol.
For the past year Orchesis has
been under the leadership of Mil-
dred Cassidy, '30Ed, a position to
which she was selected in the Wom-
en's Athletic Association elections.
Next year this position as head of
the honorary dancing society will
be filled by Lelia Kidd.
Photostatted copies of the
music from "State Street" may
be secured from 9 to 1b o'clockI
and from 1 to 4 o'clock tomor-
row at the Candy Booth in Uni-
versity hall. All those who have
not paid for the music ordered
will be required to do so before

were Dorothy Birdzell, Rosalyn Ca- with disillussionmentalways co McDowell, '32; Corresponding Sec-
ley, Frances Calvert, Dorothy Els- witisuind w as comes retary, Catherine Zimmer, '33; Re-
worth, Marjorie Elsworth, Joseph- revelation and as white is the color cording Secretary, Phyllis Diehl, '32.1
ine Fisher, Agnes Graham, Esther of revelation, she has taken the Frances K. Johnson '33 will taker
LaRowe, Jean Levy, Elizabeth Lou- white geranium to indicate the the office of Chairman of the So-
den, Susan Manchester, Louise Orr disillusionment in Jonica's life. d cial Committee, while Frances
and ari Wesin. Fresman Mrs. Smith states that every de- o-
and Marie West. Freshm tail of set has been carried out - ornton, 32, was re-elected treas~
awards went to Jean Bently, Jean iacurer.Dorothy Runkle, '32, will actt
Botsford, Jane Fechheimer, Jane cording to her ideas and wishes, as Marshall, Helen Haapamaki,
Fisher, Rebecca Gaber, Sylvia Lee, and that she is more than satis- '32, as Standard Bearer, and Jane
Anna Neberle, Louise Peterson, and fled with the effort put forth in h. Robinson, '31, will be the Dele-t
Elizabeth Shull. that behalf. gate to the Oratorical Board..
For next year, Portia Lambda
PROF. J. L. BRUMM BELIEVES WOMEN Chapter will have two representa-
tives on the Oratorical Board,!
SHOULD SUCCEED IN JOURNALISM Elizabeth McDowell, '32, who won
in the recent campus election withf
According to Prof. J. L. Brumm, under control that there is no ne- a majority of 101 votes, and Jane
of the journalism department, wo- cessity for revision. O. Robinson, elected by the chap-
men have a splendid opportunity to "Another quality not often men- tr. There will be a total of three
make good in journalism in the women acting on the board.
future. "The chief difficulty in tioned, but which contributes On Thursday afternoon, Zeta Phi
thinking of a woman in journal- greatly to her success is a tre- Eta will hold a special initiation
ism," he added, "is that anyone IMendous love for reading. The bet- ceremony at the League Building
may be taught journalistic routine, ter read a woman is, the better is for Miss Margaret Anglin, who is
may e tugh jornalsti rotin, lappearing in connection with the
but to be a successful journalist she able to understand and criti- Dramatic Festival this season. Miss
and to use it as a means for so- cize the affairs of the day. It Anglin will be initiated int ho -
cial improvement requires as ex-
tensive and professional a study as keeps her from becoming stale on orary membership. A formal tea
law or medicine." the job. will compliment the event.
On of the most important of the "Vision is a most important qual- The chapter will conclude its
many personal qualities needed by lty, vision in the best sense of the year's activities with a house-
a woman in journalism, believes word. She must see her work not party to be held soon in honor of
Professor Brumm, is abounding as having a merely temporary val- its charter and new members.
health "There is no other voca- ue, but as a life work. Moreover, Mary Kent-Miller, '27, '28, Mrs.
tion in which bad health is such a she must be optimistic, having LSous M. Eich, Mrs. Raymtroi
'handicap," he stated. "Weak eyes, faith in the general good inten- Soead poietDtot
deafness, and nervousness are tions of the woild." g alumnae will atttend teaffair
more serious in journalism than Technically, much should be ex- . . .-
anywhere else. It is always essen- pected from a woman in such a
tial to make a good impression, field, almost as much as is ex-1
and such handicaps detract from pected from a man. Professor SAND COLOR
an otherwise good impression." Brumm continued this idea in say-I
Professor Brumm went on to say ing that she should be thdroughly or
that a journalist is always living taught in editing, reporting, ando
under a nervous strain. She is ir- criticizing. "It should not be' WHITE H A TS !
regular in her meals and hours learned only from practice, he in-
and consequently should have a sists. "It should be studied as an
vast reserve force of strength upon art and technique from the social for
which to draw. service it renders. A woman should J
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her personal address, however. She that she can affect the minds of
must have the power to inspirthe people through the social pro-
confidence in those to whom she "And added to all these qualities," DANA
talks. She can be a good mixer he declared, "she should have the II
without cheapening herself, but broadest kind of liberal education,HA
must beware of the attitude bor- in. dn itr, oilgeoo
dering on familiarity." (including history, sociology, econo- )I
dAringohe perna l y n mics, political science, philosophy, 7 NICKELS ARCADE
Another personal quality neces-~ and social psychology."
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