SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1930
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CHOIC FOR SIXTH
A N NUA LCONGRESS
Students to Discuss Problems
of National and World
TO CONVENE IN GEORGIA
Sophomore Cabaret Committee
Heads Will be Elected
Election of Katherine Koch, '32,1
as delegate to the sixth annual
convention of the National Student
Federation of America, which will
be held in Atlanta, Ga., following
the Christmas holidays, was an-
nounced yesterday by the League
board of directors. The conven-
tion is sponsored this year by the,
Georgia Institute of Technology.
Selection of Miss Koch was based'
largely on her participation in var-
ious campus activities, especially
in League and W. A. A. work.
The board also fixed the date for
the election of committee heads for
Sophomore cabaret, to be held at
5 o'clock Thursday, October 23, in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
"A thorough knowledge of the in-
ner workings of both the League
and the ,Women's Athletic ass'n.
is a necessary qualification for the
position," said Eleanor Cooke, '31,
president of the League. "We felt
that Miss Koch's familiarity with
the organization of both of these
bodies was an outstanding factor
in her favor."
The congress also discusses inter-
national problems dealing with
European and other universities.
The federation, in past years, has
been active in promoting travel for
American students, in sponsoring
debates between foreign and Amer-
ican universities, and in informing
college newspapers throughout the
country of national and interna-
The Sophomore cabaret elections
will be supervised by Ruth Van
Tuyl chairman of the League judi-
ciary council. Emily Bates, '32,
chairman of last year's cabaret,
will address Sophomore class mem-
bers at the election meeting on
problems encountered by the class
in carrying out its project.
Dr. Margaret Wylie Is
on Faculty at Cornell
Dr. Margaret Wylie, who has been
for a number of years with the
University, in the department of
Psychology, is teaching this year
at Cornell University, Ithica, N. Y.
Dr. Wylie was very much interested
in child psychology while she was
here, and was a strong advocate of
pre-school education for children
below kindergarten age.
VIRGINIA VAN WIE
BEATEN IN FINALS
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
To be Held in Committee Room
of League Building Tuesday
Marjorie McClung, '31SM, presi-
dent of the University Girls' Glee
Club, announces that tryouts will
be held from three to five on Tues-
day and Wednesday of next week
in the committee room of the
League building. Good attendance
and scholastic eligibility are re-
quired of all former members.
The Glee Club is one of the most
active of the organizations on Cam-
pus and gives several out-of-townj
and local concerts each year. Last
year they sang at the State Con-
federation of Music Clubs at Grand
Haven, and the Roosevelt School
in Ypsilanti for the Women's Club.
Trips to nearby cities such as
Grand Rapids, Lansing, and High-
land Park are also annual events.!
The Glee Club has been assured,!
as usual, a place on the University
broadcasting programs by Mr. Wal-
.do Abbott, director of the station.
Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the
University of Music is director of
the Glee Club, and the officers
elected for this year are: Marjorie
McClung, '31SM, president; Jose-
phine Kimberly, vice-pres.; Willene
Kalmbach, '32, business manager;
Demarius Cornell, '31, secretary;
Mildred Drinkhaus, '31SM, treasur-
er; Lucy Keegstra, '31, librarian,
and Jane Robinson, '31ED, auditor.
FORMAL DINNERS AND INITIATION.
TEAS MARK ACTIVITIES OF CAMPUS!
Social activities in the various Alumnae chapter of Gamma Phi
sororities on campus have been Beta held their monthly meeting at
lacking during the past week, ex- the chapter house last Monday eve-
cept for entertainments in honor ning. There was a pledge dinner1
of out-of-town guests. Dormitor- Friday night.j
ies are welcoming their new resi- Alumnae House gave a luncheon
dents with formal initiation teas yesterday noon in honor of Mrs.y
and dinners. Frederick Morgan, president of the
Kappa Alpha Theta gave a tea Board of Governors of the resi-
on Friday afternoon in honor of dence. This afternoon the annual
Mrs. Gerritt Diekema, wife of the initiation tea will be held to wel-
United States ambassador to Hol- come the new residents..
land and an alumna of the local Adelia Cheever House is holding;
chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. As- its formal initiation this after-
sisting Mrs. Franklin Moore to re- noon. The Board of Governors and
ceive were Dorothy LeMire, '32, many alumnae are to be present for
Mary Leckner, '33, and Eileen the occasion. Miss Shirley Mans-
Blunt, '33. field, '29, will pour-and Miss Eliza-
Alpha Chi Omega announces the beth Urban, '31, president of the
pledging of Ethel Brown, Conklin. house, and Mrs. E. C. Goddard,
Mass. chairman of the Board of Gover-
Last Wednesday night Gamma nors will receive.
Phi Beta entertained Miss Clara Formal Dinner Traditional
Wheeler and Mrs. Phillip Wheeler, Residents of Martha Cook Dor-E
both of Grand Rapids, who were mitory were entertained last Wed-
visiting Elizabeth and Carol Whee- nesday evening with a formal din-
ler. Mrs. O. C. Diehl, of Midland, ner, the first dinner of the year.
Mich., was a guest of her daughter, Miss Mack, former house director
Miss Gladys Diehl, on Tuesday at Martha Cook, has been a guest'
night. this week. Dr. Margaret Bell was
Sororities Entertain Guests the guest of honor at dinner Thurs-
The Misses Estelle and Julie de day evening.
Journo, Allentown, - Pennsylvania,
are at the Gamma Phi Beta house
this week-end. Miss Virginia Har-
rington, Detroit, is a guest of Miss
Elfreda John at the house this
League Theatre Group KAPPAS WIN FIRST
Makes Plans for First INTRAMURAL TILT
Dramatic Presentation Kappa Kappa Gamma won. the
At a meeting of the play commit- first hockey game of the season de-
tee for the new Theatre Group of feating Sigma Kappa 6 to 0. In spite
the Women's League, Thursday, of the short notice and the early
two plays were chosen to be voted advent of the hockey season the
upon for the first production. Those Kappas were not in as good shape
selected were, A. A. Milne's "Make- but give promise of developing a
believe," and Francis Hodgenn fine team as the season progresses.
Burnett's "Little Princess." Margaret Eaman. '31, and Pauline
Brooks, '34, in forward positions,
The entire group will hold a played a good game for Kappa, as
meeting Monday at which time the did also Frances Whipple, '31. in a
plays will be submitted to vote and defense position. Helen Moore,
try-outs will be held for those in- '31Ed, was the most outstanding
terested in the acting side of the player in the Sigma Kappa back-
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A ssorCd, 'ess Photo
Virginia Van Wie,
Of Chicago, whoayesterday was
unsuccessful in ner effort to halt
Glenna Collett in her quest for a
fifth national women's golf cham-
pionship at Los Angeles. Miss Van.
Wie was beaten by the champion,
6 to 5, in the 36-hole final of
the 1930 classic.l
Organization Plans to Publish
Annual M' Book.
At the regular meeting of Wy-
vern, honorary society for juniors,
yesterday morning at nine o'clock
in the Women's League building
it was decided to adopt the prac-
tice of meeting consistently every
Saturday at this time and having
breakfast in the Russian tearoom.
Among Wyvern's activities last
year was the selling of blue books
for the benefit of the League. Helen
Kitzmiller, '32, was appointed to
take charge of the sale for the
year. The society is particularly
anxious that the , dormitories,
League houses, and soroirties take
an active part in this project. Wy-
vern also is taring over the pub-
lishing of the "M" book, a small
pamphlet serving as an introduc-
tion to campus activities for fresh-
men and explaining the activities
of the League, W. A. A., and the
classes as well as giving a calen-
dar of events for the year. This
has been formerly done by a joint
committee of W. A. A. and League
members. Katherine Koch, '32,
president, will elect a committee
later to take over the formatidn of
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