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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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R A FAST
LDALL
ACTI VITI ES

Physical Education
Deemed Necessary
for College Women

on of

E the Senior
Be Held

he League.

NTED

or the Affair
Procured at
Main Desk.
ag the functions
nen, the annual

May

of the
senior

:fast, for graduate studentsj
memby* of the senior class
)e xidat 9:30 o'clock, Satur-
June 20, in the main ballrooml
e League.
nediately after the breakfast,
ass play, "Suppressed Desires,"
san Glaspell, will pe presented
e Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
ara Stratton, '31, and Jane
ison, '31Ed, will supervise the
ing and staging of the pro-
>n, and Janet Woodmansee,
eatrice Loomis, '31, and Eliza-
Cutter, '31A, will play. the
ag roles.
Witional events, including the
a, candle lighting, and chair
Zonies, will feature the break-
and general singing is also
ied.
,ile Straus, '31, is in charge of
flair, and she is being assisted
ne Yearnd, '31, Helen Domine,
[arjorie McClung, '31, Barbara
ton, '31, and Jane Robinson,
Pickets may be procured from
3 o'clock, June 8, 9, and 10, at
esk in the main lobby of the
Ie. If group seating arrange-;
s are desired, the tickets
d be obtained together.
.e than 26,000,000 motor vehi-
>f 'all kinds moved over the
gays of the country in 1930,
the federal bureau of roads.

Miss Laurie Campbell, professor
in the physical education depart-
ment, answers the question "Why
Physical Education for Women in
Colleges'?" in her article of that
title appearing in a recent issue
of "Progress."
She says that "The average girls
of college age are not motivatedl
in health habits. They have little'
regard for their physical welfare.
They sleep too little; they eat ir-
regularly and not always wisely.
Many have physical defects which
have not been corrected. The large
majority have relatively little skill
in sports."
In condemning women for parti-
cipation in the many indoor activ-
ities and in those which require
no physical exercise, she remarks,
"They shun the outdoors because
they do not know how to use it.
They have no particular interest or
the skill tp engage in any form of
sport. Thus they are condemnedl
to stay indoors and substitute other
forms of activity for vigorous, re-
freshing activity, w h i c h would
build up the body and insure a
saner balance in our crowded
lives." .f
"If proper attitudes can be es-
tablished, if the student is thor-
oughly convinced that positive
health is not only desirable but
the only firm foundation for fu-
ture achievements, then the goal,
is within sight."

IIMIC IA O E
WIL EETFRIAY
Election of Officers; Report1
of Pledge I
c rven.
Annou.ricment ;of an important
meeting of the Ann Arborhgroup of;
Michigan Women, to be held at 3
o'clock, June 12, in the Alumnae
room of the League, was made by
Mrs. J. 0. Schlotterback, chairman,
of the organization.
Election of officers for the com-
ing year, and a report of the an-
nual pledge made by the group for
the support of the Alumnae office'
and the contribution toward the
Ten-Yea Plan will be the
principaq ,Aes ' transacted. The
latter pledge i.s to provide for a
program of sllowships for Michi-
gan women.
"In order to make up a deficit of
$603 in the pledge, we are asking
each member to contribute a dol-
lar," stated Mrs. Schlotterback. "In
this way, the amount can be raised
without difficulty. It is important
that the amount be raised before
the meeting takes place, as a report

Chaperonc Honored at One
House, Senior P a rt i e s
Continue to Be Given.
I- - -
Announcement dinners and pled-
gings featured an unusually quiet
week among the sororities.
At a dinner at the Delta Delta
Delta house Tuesday night, Vir-
ginia Hosic, '31, of Yonkers, N. Y.,'
announced her engagement to Har-
old Gibson, '29, of Detroit.
Pale pink tapers and appropri-
ate decorations featured the din-
ner given Wednesday night at the
Chi Omega house to announce the
engagement of Elizabeth Leroy, '30,
of Washington, D. C., to Wilmer F.I
Kallock, '31E., of Rochester, N. Y.
Delta Zeta wishes to announce
the pledging of Betty Balsley, '34,
of Detroit and Selma Johnson, '34,
of Norway, Michigan.
on the pledge will be made at that
time."
The Alumnae office does import-
ant work in maintaining contacts
with Michigan graduates and the
Ten-Year Plan is to provide for a
progrAim of fellowships for Michi-
gan women."

Kappa Delta wishes to announce
the pledging of Prudence Foster,
'34, of Grand Rapids.
Last Saturday Gamma Phi Beta
had a breakfast dance. . Misses
Halan and Ruth Kumerow and
Miss Helen Beech of Detroit, and
Miss Teddy Thoelman of Grand
Haven were house guests over the
week-end.
The senior members of Alpha
Delta Pi will be entertained at a
breakfast at the League which will
be given by the alumnae of the
sorority.
Alpha Chi Omega members are
honoring Miss Winifred Ferrin who
has been their chaperone for elev-
en years at a farewell dinner Sun-
day.

SORORITY ACTIVITIES FEATURED BY
ANNOUNCEMENT DINNERS, PLEDGINGS

English Undergoing
Standardization to
( Benefit Radio Talks
LONDON, June 6.-(/P)-English!
G.s it is now spoken is undergoing
a face lifting process under the
process under the eyes of a com-
mittee headed by George Bernard
Shaw, seeking to standardize pro-
nunciation of c'ertain tongue twis-
ters used in radio addresses. Sev-
teral professors are on the commit-.
tee. The British Broadcasting cor-
l poration officials plan to familiar-
ize their announcers with the fin-
ished list.
Both New York and California
had registrations of more than 2,-
000,000 motor vehicles each last
year

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TRYOUTS CALLED
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Summer Paper Will N e
Women Reporters.
Women who will be attcnd
tb university this rummer
asked to come out for work on '
Daily. Although, there is no re
lar women's page as in the win
session, there is much which
one who wishes to work on
editorial staff can do.
The Daily offers many adv
tages to all the staff members,
chief of which is probably the fa
iliarity it gives one with the
tire campus.
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". since statistics show that
at least 50 per cent of all women
are self-supporting, and since in-
surance statistics show a high sick-
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