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TURDAY, APRIL 4, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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REVISON
OF POINT
First Place Winne
15 Points, Se
Winner 10
HIKERS TO G
To Give Points f
in Individu
Twelve T
Recent changes h
in themethod of
men's Athletic Ass
according to an an
Elizabeth Whitney,
the revision comm
According to the
points for tournam
awarded on the foll
entering a tourna
for placing first, 15
placing second and
points respectively.
more teams tie, b
receive a full allot
for that place.
Major Sports Po
Points for partici
jor sport have als
A major sport is o
terclass teams arej
and a tournament
Those , who qualify
on the first team
points, those whor
receiving 75 points.
consists of those in
squad who have pa
prescribed number
be decided by wan
and advisors.
Fifty points will b
ticipating twelve t
the following ind
bowling, fencing, ar
tennis, riding, da
hiking, skating, an
for hiking will be
rate of one point
hiked, the minimumn
miles.
In addition, point
ed under the new
tendance at W. A.
ties, 25 points bein
tendance at 5 part;
will be awarded f
life-saving test, an
reviewing, provided
President Expla
Helen Domine, '
W. A. A., states, "th
revision of the po
to allow for the cha
been made in gam
ment play. As th
women's athletics]
larged and the nu
they enter has inc
tem of making aw
expanded to mee
mands."

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I A LSOCIAL CALENDAR TOURNEY ENTRIES
Dinners, Dances, Teas Make up T
M[TH00 ~ ~~List of Social Activities. O C O E S O
This week brings formal dances Individual Tennis Competition
at the sororities, together with teas
and entertainments for the faculty, to be Held After Vacation.
while dinners in honor of the cest ---
cr Will Receive 'of the Junior Girls' Play are stll Entries for the tennis tourna-
cond Place a feature of social activity. ment will close Tuesday, April 7,
Points. Kappa Alpha Theta entertained accprding to an announcement by
at dinner last Wednesday evening Virginia Watson, '32, W. A. A. ten-
in honor of Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs.
ET POINTS Byrl Fox Bacher, and Miss Jeanette nis manager, and students interest-
Perry. ed in entering the tournament are
or Participating The pledges of Delta Gamma are asked to sign their names on the
al Sports giving a formal dance for the ac- povteys in Barbour gymnasium and
imes. tive members tonight. Mrs. Phyl- the Women's Athletic building im-
is Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Nathant
Potter, and Mr. and Mrs. j ames mediately.
have been made Waterman are to act as chaperons. The names of entrants will be
awarding Wo- Delta Gamma announces the TIO,- paired off before spring vacation
ociation points, ing of Margaret Sherrmack, '33 of begins, and the tournament will
inouncement by Last week-end Alpha Delta Pi start during the week after vaca-
'31, chairman of were hostesses to Miss Lablle tion. The tournament will be indi-
ittee. Loshbough, of Elkart, Ind., Miss vidual, but plans are being made
present system, l Betty Quaise, of Highland Park, to hold an interclass tournament,
{n pawilb and Miss Betty T,:cl :nd1
eWti t play will be hitfiel Staiig h and to choose an honorary team
owing basis; for son. On Wednesday evening Alpha before the season closes.
nent, 10 points, Delta Phi entertained six rushees Wall space has been marked off
points and for at dinner, in Barbour gymnasium and the,
third, 10 and 5 This week-end Zeta Tau Alpha Women's Athletic building for in-
In case two or will be hostesses to Miss Grace door practice. As soon as the weath-
oth teams will Hamilton, Miss Barbara Burkhart, er permits, the courts at Palmer
ment of points and Miss Constance Forman, all field will be put into condition for
of Detroit, and Miss Mary Evans, use.
ints Revised. of Huntington Woods. Last Wcd- Campus eligibility will be requir-
pation in a ma- nesday evening, the sorority gave ed of all entrants in the tourna-
o been revised. a rushing dinner in honor of eight ment, as well as a health certifi-
ne in which in- guests. cate certifying that the student has
formally chosen Zeta Tau Alpha wishes to an- passed a heart and lung examina-
is played off. nounce the pledging of Elva Pas- tion. The latter may be obtained
for a position coe, '32, Ann Arbor, and Elizabeth at the Health Service.
will receive 100 Duncan, '34, Jeannette, Pa. All arrangements for the tourna-
make the squadD Kappa Delta will have as their ment are being made by Miss Wat-
The first team house guest during this week-end! son, with the assistance of Miss

MU PHI EPSILON
STO INITIATE FIVE
Ceremonies Will be Held This
Afternoon at Home"of
Mrs. Besekirsky.

IYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO OFFEF
EMPHASIZES IMPORTANCE OF PLAY GOLF INSi
Constructive Use of Leisure letics." Miss McCormick
Shapes Success of However, freshmen women are W.A.A. Points

Mrs. Besekirsky.

Mu Phi Epsilon, national musi-
cal sorority, is planning to initiate
five pledges at three o'clock this
afternoon in the home of Mrs.
i Wassilly Besekirsky, a patroness of
the sorority, who lives on Devon-
shire Road.
Those being initiated are Edna
McKenzie, '32SM, of Adrian; Susan
McKinney, '32, Alton, Ill.; Lucille
Hoffman, '32SM, Niles, Ohio; Ver-
onica Jordan, '31, Lafayette, Indi-
ana; and Helen Van Loon, '32, of
Highland Park.
Following the initiation the new
members will be honored guests of
the active chapter at a formal ban-
quet in the League building. Miss
j Juva Higbee is to be toastmastress'

Individual.
EDITOR'S NOT]: This is the second
(A a series (f articles on physical and health
education activities.
"Some people go so far as to say
that what one does in one's leis-
ure time decides very definitely
how much of a success a person will
be in his chosen profession, how
much of a leader or influence heI
will be in the group with which heI
works or in the community in.
which he lives," said Miss Ethel
McCormick, Assistant Professor of
physical education and Social Di-
rector in the office of the Dean of
Women. "This leads one to think
that everyone needs to develop a
hobby or an avocational interest
outsideof one's field of speciliza-
tion," she continued.
"What better place is there than
a university such as the University
of Michigan with its many-sided
interestsand opportunities to de-
velop hobbies and make worthy
use of leisure time?" said Miss Mc-
Cormick. "Here we offer to all wo-

allowed to come out only for ath-
letics. With this in mind the Wo-
men's Athletic Association pro-
motes a program of various types
of recreation. It is through team
games and individual sports that
women have their first opportunity
to make new friends and associa-
tions and at the same develop
physical efficiency.
Thus, leisure time activities at
the University of Michigan offer
unusual opportunities for social
training and self expression. Miss
McCormick claims that the real ob-
ject of education is to give the
younger generation resources that
will endure and habits that will
help them improve themselves. A
person's life is the sum of his at-
tainments, experiences, and char-
acter, and leisure time is the best
when it affords opportunity for
developments.
"Through the many activiti s
offered one can make friends who
are leaders, learn how to maintain
health and physical efficiency and

and other speakers are Dorothy
Paton, an alumna, Emily Randall,
an active, and Veronica Jordan, an
initiate.
Eleanor Wortley is chairman of
the committee for the banquet, and
the committee members are Vir-
ginia Hammister and Olivia Gil-
key.
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i nu g were entertained by
the actives at a musical Wednesday
night in the home of Mrs. John
Worley.
Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue BachI
Virginia Hammister
Lullaby ................ Cyril Scott
Spring Is At the Door.....Quilper
Audrey Haver

men participation in class activi- cooperate with others for a com- 1 ravel nur
ties such as the Freshman Pageant, mon end," said Miss McCormick.
the Sophomore Cabaret Junior "A student may develop a deeper Section To
Girls' Play, Women's League activ-and a keener knowledge of the Arts,
ities, publications, dramatic work find a definite interest, or develope II
musical organizations, and ath- a hobby or avocation that will be
musicl-orani-aion and at a joy and refuge for the present
Solo Duet and the future" she concluded.
Solo Duet ................ Lee ----- ___ __
Elizabeth Searles and Ruby Peinert I
Intermezzo..............Brahms
'Rhapsody in G Minor...........
Virginia HammiterPlan to Eat Your
Audrey Haver, of Yonkers, N. Y.,
was accompanied by Edna Weisen-
back. -1 _

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dividuals of the
rticipated in the
of quarters to
lagers, captains,1
e given for par-
imnes in any of
lividual sports;j
┬░chery, golf, rifle,
rcing, canoeing,
d skiing. Points
awarded at the
for each mile
a hike being five
s will be award-
system for at-
A. outdoor par-
g given for at-
ies. Fiffy points
or passing the
d 10 points for
no class credit.
tins Change.
31, president of
ie reason for the
pit system was
nges which have
yes and tourna-
ie facilities for
have been en-
amber of sports
reased, the sys-
ards had to be
t the new de-

and next week their National in- Marie Hartwig of the physical edu-
spector, Miss Thelma Chisolm, of ,cation' faculty, and Helen Wilson,
Seattle, Wash. This afternoon the '31.

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sorority is giving a tea in honor
of Miss Chisolm, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick and Mrs. B. F. Bailey will
pour. The patronesses of Kappa
Delta and the Dean of Women and
her assistants will also be guests.
Last Thursday evening Kappa Del-
ta gave a dinner in honor of, the
cast and chairmen of the commit-
tees of the Junior Girls' Play.
WOMEN EARN $6,658
A recent survey of successful wo-
men in business shows that the
average business woman'of the pre-
sent is 40 years old, has been in
business 18 years, and is earning
a salary of $6,658 a year.
STEPPI N G

Mosher Jordan Holds
Formal Dinner Party
for EntireDormitory
Mosher Jordan halls held a for-
mal birthday dinner Thursday eve-,
ning in honor of all those students
whose birthdays came during the
school year.
Individual birthday cakes were
prepared for everyone under the
direction of Miss Lois Failyer, who
was in charge of the dinner. The
guest of honor was Miss Alice C.
Lloyd, and MV~rs. Calvin H. Kauff-
man was also a guest.

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School of
music
Concerts
(No Admission Charge)
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
Faculty Concert, Sunday, April 5,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
BERTHA HILDEBRAND, Pi-
anist, Student's Recital, Tuesday,
April 7, 8:15, School of Music
Auditorium.
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Univer-
sity organist, will give a program
of "Easter Music" Wednesday,
April 8, at 4:15 in Hill Audi-
torium.
STANLEY FLETCHER, Pianist,
Student's Recital Thursday, April
9, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
THELMA NEWELL. Violinist,
LOUISE NELSON, Pianist, Fac-
ulty concert, Sunday, April 26,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO,
Faculty Concert, Wassily Besekir-
sky, Violinist, Hanns Pick, Violon-
cellis*, Joseph BrinKman, Pianist,
Sunday, May 3, 4:15, Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
RAYMOND MORIN, Pianist,
Student's Recital, Tuesday, May 5,
8:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.'
STUDENTS' RECITAL, James
Hamilton's class will present
scenes from "Aida," Wednesday,
May 6, 8:15, School of Music

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