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r TUESDAY, OCTOBEIR 14? 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1930 PAG!~ FTV~ THF MICHIGAN DAILY

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INTER-COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION
OF COLLGE WOMEN WILL HOLD
CONVENTION HERE THIS SPRING

Discussion of Problems Common
at All Colleges to Occupy
Three Day Session.
JONES TO BE CHAIRMAN
Committees to Assist Chairman
With Arrangements to be
Appointed Soon.
Plans and arrangements are well
under way for the national con-
vention of the Intercolegiate Asso-
ciation of College Women, to be held
next spring at the Women's League
building and in Ann Arbor. This
will be the first occasion that the
University of Michigan women stu-
dents have undertaken an enter-
prise of such scope.
The convention will probably be-
gin a few days before spring vaca-
tion and will continue for three
days with the Women's League or-
ganization acting as hostess to the
delegates from the colleges and uni-
versities throughatt the country.
Discussions and talks concerning
the problems and projects of com-
'mon interest to college women will
comprise the program of the con-
vention.
Helen Jones, '31, was appointed
last spring to hold the office of
chairman of the convention. El-
eanor Cooke, '31, as president of the
Women's League at the University
where the convention is held, will
act as the national president of the
Intercollegiate Association of Col-
lege Women at this meeting next
spring.
These officials are at present
making tentative plans for the con-
vention and will choose. their com-
mittees in the near future, as much
of the preliminary preparation will
have to be done far in advance of
the actual convention.
CHRISTIAN GAUSS
DEPLORES P O O R
MANAG EMENT
Christian Gauss, in an article in,
a late Saturday Evening Post en-
titled "An examination for Par-,
ents" deplores the fact that parents
as well as their children are not
forced to pass entrance tests for
college. He says, "Recently while
gathering material on the question
of why students fail, I wrote to
about twenty-five college presidents
and deans for their opinions.
Among the various causes for such
failure, nearly all of them included
as more or less important a cate-
gory which they designated as
"poor upbringing."
The examination given to the
parent Gauss thinks should be fair
and not too personal. He suggests
the best way to accomplish any end'
is to let the parents examine them-
selves. The following are only a
few of the many questions that
each parent is to ask himself.
1. Have you a fair idea of how
your son stands in comparison with
other men, physically and men-
tally?
2. :Are you over indulgent to
your child?
3. Are you willing to give time
to write your boy and even come
to the school if he needs or wants
you?
4. Can you trust your son?
5. Can you get along with your
son's friends?
6. Do you share hobbies with
your children?
7. Have you and what are your
bad habits?
8. Do you believe your son is;
a genius?
"These are only some of the
questions that a fair minded parent
should ask. The examination will
teach him something to his own
advantage as well as the advantage
of his son."

NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the
central committee of the Junior
Girls' Play tonight at 7:15 in
the League building.
All upperclass women wishing
to try out for the women's staff
of the Daily will meet at 5 o'clock
today in the Press building.
Meeting of Athena-
for First Tryouts
to be Held Today
An initial meeting of Athena
honorary literary and debating so-
ciety is to be held at 7:30 o'clock
to-night at their club rooms on the
fourth floor of Angell Hall. Try-
outs for the first semester in the
form of a three-minute extemp-
oraneous speech, will be conduct-
ed also, beginning promptly at 8:00.
The society's program for the
(year includes the production of
plays, debates with other societies,
lectures from faculty members, and
social gatherings with other
speech clubs. Eva Hesling, presi-
dent, announces that the formal
initiation banquet will be held in
six weeks.
Mortorboard Will
Manage Tea Room
Members of Mortarboard, senior
honorary society met for the first
time this year on Sunday morning
at 9:30 in the Women's League
building.
Among their most useful activi-
ties last year was the taking over
of the Russian tea room at the
League. Isabel Rayen,'31, president,
led the discussion on the policies of
the society in this connection for
the present session. Decision was
made to carry on their activities in
a similar manner to last year.
Every Wednesday, beginning with
to-morrow afternoon, the members
will take complete charge of the
serving in the tea room, and the
proceeds are to be donated to the1
undergraduate campaign fund.
TENNIS ENTRIES
MUST SIGN. UP
All entries in the tennis tourna-
ment must be signed up either at
Barbour Gymnasium or at the
Women's Field House by noon today
in order to play the first rounds
of the tournament this week. This
is an all university tournament,
n6t merely interclass or intramural,
and all women are eligible to enter.
Freshmen may sign up for compe-
tition.
Women entering the university
for the first time must check their
eligibility at the Dean of Women's
office in Barbour Gymnasium be-
fore playing in the tournament,
and must also have a heart and
lung examination before entering
competitive sports.
Women of Faculty
Will be Entertained
At the first meeting of the year
for the Book Shelf and Stage Sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club,
which is to be held at the home of
Mrs. Richard Hollister this after-
noon, the members will be enter-
tained by a paper talk on the Pas-
sion Play by Mrs. Duffenback, who
has recently returned from a
year's travel abroad and witnessed
this season's performance of the
Play at Oberammergau.
Immediately following the paper,
tea will be served. Mrs. A. D. Moore
is asistant hostess.

Michigan
Two hundred and forty-one Louise
women students became pledges of garet Lc
the twenty-one national and inter- j Milwauk
national sororities on this campus land, O
at pledging services held Sunday Vinopal,
afternoon. This number shows a Worley,
decrease of about 25 from the num-
ber pledged last year at this time. Alpha
Those who took their first vows Detroit;
to their respective Greek letter or- troit;1
ganizations are as follows: Marion
Alpha Chi Omega-Eleanor Allen, Shuker,
Highland Park; Constance Beery, Rapids;
Highland Park; Vavalyn Brask, Rapids;
Highland Park; Mary Crane, De- Kathari:
troit; Jean Eckert, Detroit; Jane Martha
Fauver, Highland Park, Lois Halli-
day, Chatpaque, N. Y.; Carol Ha- Chi 1
nan, Detroit; Helen Herath, D land Pa
troit; Ruth Kaser, Aurora, Ill., troit; D
Greta Krauss, Saginaw; Verna Pa - El
Link, Detroit; Grace Loomis, Lud- Pa.; E1
ington; Betty Lyons, Jackson; Pa.; Ka
Helen Failors, Grand Rapids. Ruth K
Alpha Delta Pi-Irma Koizisto, warne,a
Ishpeming; Helen Olson, Ishpem- Saginaw
ing; Lucille Barnes, Ann Arbor; sing;;
Martha Kandeline, Ishpeming; Arbor;
Helen Thoms, Indianapolis, Ind., Mary Sr
Irma Bobertz, Detroit. beth Tr
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Alpha Epsilon Phi-Muriel Sura-
vitz, Scranton, Pa.; Terry Fiske, Colleg
Detroit; Elaine Schlessinger, De- ran, Be.
troit; Virginia Wolfe, Detroit; Ruth Detroit;
Cohen, Detroit;Gertrude Rush, De- Florine
troit; Josephine Lewis, Detroit; Mason,
Jacqueline Navran, Kansas City, Detroit;
Mo.; Evelyn Goodman, Chicago, Eleanor
11.; Georgia qeishman, Norwich, Ethelyn
N. Y. Harriet

Sororities

Kessberger, Detroit; Mar-
omis, Jackson; Cile Miller,
Kee; Jean MacDonald, Port-1
re.; Suzanne Morris, Chica-
-an Shorts, Saginaw; Alma
Titusville, Pa.; Mary Louise
Ann Arbor.
Xi Delta-Lorraine Bond,
Mary Jane Compton, De-
Louise Crandall, Detroit;
Foley, Detroit; Barbara
Detroit; Ruth Miller, Grand
Anne Gallmeyer, Grand
Edith Davis, Saginaw;
ne Gregory, Dowagiac, and
Littleton, Corning, N. Y.
mega-Jean Berridge, High-
rk; Adelaide Donaldson, De-
orothy Gilmore, Pittsburgh,
eanor Gilmore, Pittsburgh,
therine Glaspie, St. Johns;
Haxton, Rochester, N. Y.;
urtz, Detroit; Lillian Rose-
Ann Arbor; Mary Schaeffer,
v; Margaret Shaven, Lan-'
dary Eliza Shannon, Ann
Dorothy Smith, Ferndale;
aulding, Ann Arbor; Eliza-
uesdell, Wayne; Edna See-
Rigan.
iate Sorosis - Irene Coch-
ssemer; Greta Flinterman,
Virginia Haight, Belleview;
Isgrigg, Pontiac; Helen
Detroit; Mary Hazel Miller,
Abbie Morley, Saginaw;
O w e n, Danville, Pa.;
Tyson, Maplewood, N. J.;
Tyson, Maplewood, N. J.;
e Ulbrecht, Detroit; Jose-
Voodhams, Plainwell.
Delta Delta - Mona Mary
Detroit; Jean Carpenter,
gton, D. C.; Corinne Fries,
bor; Virginia Holden, Ann
Margaret Lewis, Ann Arbor;
t Morrow, Bradford, Pa.;
iper, Bradford, Pa.; Helen
Archibald, O.; Viva Rich-
Lansing; Marion Taylor,
Margaret Thomas, Detroit;
Weinman, Steubenville, O.;
Winkworth, Ann Arbor;
hite, Grand Rapids; Doro-
, Detroit.
Gamma - Marjorie Arnold,
ee; Jane Clary, Ann Arbor;
Coffin, Detroit; Margaret
Detroit; Mary Jean White,
d Park; Pauline Wilson,
Charlotte Moss, Detroit;
Scott, Detroit; Helen Van
ighland Park.

Delta Zeta -%Balmona Mallory, City, N. J.; Eunice Slawsby, Boston,
Flint; Jeanne Du Bois, Grand Ra- Mass.; Bernice Weiss, McKeesport,
pids; Frances Anderson, Clare; Pa.
Ruth Eckert, Ann Arbor; Gladys
Schutz, Ann Arbor; Freda Boersig, Pi;BetalPhi--Corine Tilton, De-
Detroit. troit;' Helen Spencer, Grand Ra-
Gamma Phi Beta--Elizabeth Dus- pids; Caroline Novak, Detroit;
seau,Detroit; Esther Emery, Grand Margaret Asire, Westerville, O.;
Rapids; Helen Sinnegan, Detroit; Esther Kunkle, Ann Arbor; Jean
Elizabeth Hert, Rochester, N. Y.; Engard, Ann Arbor; Marietta Re-
Jane McCreedy, Jackson; Marion cor, Port Huron; Cynthia Root,
Oviatt Midland; Rosemary Waller, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Marjorie Rough,
Ann Arbor; Miriam White, Detroit; Detroit; Anna Lyle Spain, Detroit;
Theodore Theilman, Grand Haven; Katherine McGregor, Detroit; Mar-
Josephine Sullivan, Detroit. ian Giddings, Battle Creek; Louise

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Loux, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Anna Jane
Hohl, Calumet; Dorothy Shapland,
Detroit; Ruth Jacobs, Oak Park,
Ill.,
Theta Phi Alpha---Dorothy Jac-
kle Detroit; Mary Costello, Flint;

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Pledges

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Alpha . Gamma . Delta
Alexander, Battle Creek;
Andrews, Three Rivers;
Davidson, Ann Arbor;
Decker, Jackson; Thelma
Jackson; Mary Alice Hall,

-- Mary
Barbara
Virginia
Eveleyn
Dutcher,
Ann Ar-

bor; Evelyn Jones, Highland Park;
Barbara Nelson, Ann Arbor; Lucille
Saltzman, Benton Harbor; Muriel
Woodbridge, Saline.
Alpha Omicron Pi - S a r a h
Bond, Grand Rapids; Joan Bar-
nett, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; Susan
Cannon, Washington, D. C.; Helen
Dean, Three Rivers, Ind.; Frances
Johnson, Gary Ind.; Elizabeth
Rowe, Niagara Falls, N: Y.; Jean
Sarvis, Flint; Rose Smoger, Ply-
mouth; Dorothy Van Every, Petos-
key; Winifred Hall, Ann Arbor.
Alpha Phi-Ellen Bicknell, Mus-
kegon; Frances Biddlecombe, De-
troit; Elizabeth Bosworth, Ann Ar-
bor; Olive Dawes, Albany, N. Y.;
Jeannette Detwiler, Owosso; Jean
Henning, Winnetka, Ill.; Eleanor
Hoppin, Detroit; Elizabeth Knight,
Detroit; Harriet Knight, Detroit;
S a r a h King, Detroit; Corinne
Krentler, Pleasant Ridge; Mary
to be fashionable
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TIES'

Ernestin
phine VW
DeltaI
Barnes,
Washing
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Arbor; M
Margare
Mary Pi
Probeck,
ardson,
Detroit;
Lillian V
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Mary W
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Delta C
'Milwauk
Caroline
Smith, E
Highland
Belding;
Martha
Loon, H

Kappa Alpha Theta - Mildred
Bell, Kalamazoo; Marian Brother,
Detroit; Mary Jane Bush, Bay
City; Velma Case, Beverly Hills,
Ill.; Jean Champion, Jackson;
Norma Lou Cove, Lansing; Mary
Eleanor Davis, Indianapolis; Paul-
ine Eilber, Yale; Ruth Hickman,
Buffalo, N. Y.; Dorothea Hunt,
Lansing; Margaret Kendrick, Port
Huron; Katharine Kent, Highland
Park; Virginia Lane, Highland
Park; Katherine Luz, Port Huron;
Estella Mahon, Port Huron; Helen
Miller, Grand Rapids; Roxane Neal,
Ann Arbor; Clara Grace Peck;
Highland Park; Caroline Rankin,
Saginaw; Eleanor Thoman, Lans-
ing; Virginia Watson, Milwaukee.
Kappa Delta - Dorothy Cum-
mings, Pontiac; Margaret Cole, De-
troit; Alice Goodenough, Detroit;
Jane Brydges, Saginaw; Geraldine
Grover, Detroit; Harriet Jennings,
Detroit; Grace Prentis, Royal Oak;
Helen Scott, Rochester; Dorothea
Ann Williams, York, Pa.
Kappa Kappa Gamma - Mary
Ayres, New York, N. Y.; Pauline
Brooks, Ann Arbor; Dorothy
Barnes, Uniontown, Pa.; Anne
Harsha, Detroit; Ruth Gilliam,
Royal Oak; Dorothy Hammersly,
Milwaukee; Grace Mayer, Erie,
Pa.; Josephine McCausey, Highland
Park; Harriet Hunt, Ann Arbor;
Josephine Talbot, Detroit; Jean
Kelley, Norway; Mary Margaret
Davidson, Wayne; Della Upledger,
Grosse Pointe; Catherine Williams,
Danville, Ill.; Margaret Moyer,
Erie, Pa.; Phyllis Swift, New York,
N. Y.; Elizabeth Stein, Cleveland,
0.; Helen Dykes, Traverse City.
Phi Sigma Sigma-Marian Atran,
McKeesport, Pa.; Genevieve Field,
Fort Wayne, nd.; Florence Glass,
Houghton; Sanch Luria, Atlantic

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McKay, Charleroix, Pa.; Margaret
Durst, Keyser, W. Va.; Suzanne
McKinney, Alton, Ill.; Mary Bess
Irwin, Port Huron; Josephine
Nolan, Caledonia; Mary Fitzpatrick,
Detroit; Ruth Campbell, Detroit;
Katherine Jackson, Detroit.
Sigma Kappa - Madeline Cline,
Jackson; Jane Rossman, Jackson;
Agnes Robinson, Ann Arbor; Har-
riet Hicks, Omaha, Neb.; Esther

Helen Foley, Detroit; Helen Brady,
Detroit; Margaret Robb, Howell;
Leola Marx, Port Huron.
Zeta Tau Alpha - Betty Aberle;
Jenkintown, Pa.; Dorothea Boger,
Detroit; Amy Carson, Evanston, Ill.;
Ann Neberle, Saginaw; Carol Sov-
erhill, Tiskilwa, Ill.; Ruth Westover,
Buffalo, N. Y.
COLGATE UNIVERSITY - Ac-
cording to a recent ruling by the
pan hellenic council, no fraternity
on this campus may directly ap-
proach a newcomer concerning his
choice of a fraternity, although
problems relevant to his obligations
to one financial and otherwise-
may be discussed.

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