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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1930

'THE MICHIGAN

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GROUP ANNOUNCES'
PLANS FOR ANNUAL
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Five Honor Points Necessary
to Take Part in Duties
of Orgainization.

FRESHMEN MAY APPLY
Women's Athletic Association
Invites All Interested
Students to Join.
Every woman on the campus is,
being extended an invitation to
join the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion by the members of the organ-
lzation who have opened their
annual Membership Campaign, ac-
cording to an announcement by,
Agnes Graham, '32, publicity man-
ager,
Inactive membership is granted to
every woman enrolled in the Uni-
versity, and this may be changed
to active membership by earning
five W. A. A. points, and by paying
the membership fee of one dollar.
Points may be earned by hiking, by
passing the W. A. A. swimming test,
by taking part in any major or
minor sport, or by participating in
the tournaments, the horse show,
or the dance drama sponsored by
the organization.
Activities Open to Freshmen.
W. A. A. is one of the activities
open to first semester freshmen.
Membership in the organization
offers opportunities for leadership
and healthful recreation through
the traditions-it sponsors, such as
the Penny Carnival, Lantern Night,
Freshman Play Day, the Horse
Show and the Dance Drama. Inter-
class and Intramural major and
minor sports are also followed by
the members, as well as more pure-
ly recreational activities such as
skiing parties, hikes, the skating
carnival, and breakfasts at the Fire
Place.
Members May Wear Jackets.
Every member of W. A. A. is en-
titled to purchase a dark blue
flannel jacket, appropriate f o r
campus and sport wear, with class
numerals and a w a r d s on the
pockets.
"Taking as its standard 'Athletics
for All'," states Helen Domine, '31,
president of the organization, "W.
A. A. is striving to build up a con-
structive program of sports in
which every woman student may"
find a place."
A chart explaining the point sys-
tem and awards is printed in the
"M" book, a copy of which can be
obtained by calling at the W. A. A.
office on the first floor of the

GLENNA COLLETT WINS TITLE TO WOMEN'S NATIONAL
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JNURSERY SCHOOL

SORORITIES ENTERTAIN FOR
ALUMNI AND OUT-OF-TOWN

VISITING
GUESTS

Stud,

nriir' Social. Calendar Also Features
OPEN THI 11 iiPledge Functions.
cents Will Have Opportunity! Functions for the pledges, and

giving a tea this afternoon in hon-
or of the pledges of all other sor-
orities on campus.
Several Theta Phi Alpha alumnae

I of Observing Child
Development.
THREE AIMS EXPLAINED
Opportunities for study will be
afforded to various groups of Uni-
versity students at the new nursery
school and child-development lab-
oratoris in the model elementary'
school which was opened this fall.
The nursery department is design-
ed for the various purposes of in-
struction, service and research.
"The building is very well equip-
ped and most attractive," said Dr.
Marguerite Wilker, the director,
who was formerly on the faculty
of Cornell University. "We have
nursery school groups of children
from two and one half to three and
one half years of age, and kinder-
garten groups up to five and one
half years. Most of the children
stay all day, and their regime in-
cludes lunch and afternoon nap."
Equipment includes a gymnas-
ium, a sunny court-yard with sand-
piles and slides, a lunch-room on
a tiny scale for the babies, and nu-
merous play-rooms and class-rooms1
equipped with what appears at
first to be toy furniture. A realis-
tic touch was added to this fairy-
land for children by two very small
blue kiddie-kars parked just out-
side a class-room door, how the

rushing dinners are still the mainj were present at the pledging cere-
feature of social activity in the mony on Sunday afternoon. Tea
sororities, but, as usual, the fall was served later in the afternoon.
season and football games give en- The sorority colors, blue and silver,
tertainments for alumnae and out- were used as the keynote of the
of-town guests an important place decorations.

GIRLS' E[ CLUB
wi[llHOLD0TRYOUT
Programs of Campus Singing to
be New Feature of Club
This Season.
All women on campus who are
interested in trying out for theI
University of MichiganaGirls' Glee
Club, should report after three
o'clock today to room 216 in the
University School of Music. Miss
Nora Crane Hunt, director of the
Glee club, will have charge of the
tryouts, and those chosen for mem-
bership wil be notified by mail. A
party for the purpose of acquaint-
ig the new and old members will
be given in the near future.
In addition to its out-of-town
concerts and broadcasting, the
club has planned to do a great deal
of campus singing, which includes
an unusually attractive Christmas
program. Another interesting pre-
vacation affair is the Christmas
party, an annual event, at which
Miss Alice Lloyd and Mrs. Alfred
White, patronesses of the Glee club,'
will be guests of honor. Members
of the Freshman Glee club are also
entertained at this affair.
Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
Glee Club will probably be held
some time next week. A definite
announcement as to the time and
place will be made later.
League building. This chart has
also been distributed to all sorori-
ties, dormitories, and league houses
on the campus.

Intramural Hockey

Schedule for Rifle
Classes Announced

Teams

Will Meet

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on the social calendar.
Pi Beta Phi gave a pledge tea
yesterday afternoon. The tables
were decorated with yellow and or-1
ange, and fall flowers were used in
the rooms.
Chi Omega is entertaining eight
guests this week-end from the Il-
linois chapter, and two from the
Indiana chapter.
Mrs. Ida Townsend was the guest
of honor at the chaperone tea giv-
en at the Alpha Gamma Delta
house on Thursday afternoon. The
sorority will also have open house
on Saturday afternoon.
Delta Delta Delta will give a tea
for the visiting alumnae on Satur-
day afternoon. There will be twen-
ty out-of-town guests entertained
by the sorority at this time.
Alpha Delta Pi entertained Evad-
na Bingham, '30, of Detroit, as a
week-end guest. M i s s Corhelia
Burwell, from Niagara Falls, is
staying at the house this week, and
will be here until Thursday.
The Mothers and Alumnae club
of Delta Gamma held a meeting at
the house yesterday afternoon. Tea
was served following the business
meeting.
The pledges of Kappa Delta are

Theta Phi Alpha also gave a
rushing dinner last Thursday night.
Delta Zeta had a pledge ceremony
and dinner on Monday night for
Lynn Fowler, a freshman Law stU-
dent, from Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
New Modes
in
STRAPS
TIES AND
PUMPS
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in Tourney Today

by Captain Ci

ust

With the progress of the intra- Riflery practice for beginners
mural hockey season, eight teams will be held at 4 o'clock every Wed-
will meet today at Palmer Field. At nesday and Thursday in Palmer
4 o'clock Chi Omega will play Jor- Field House under the direction of
dan Hall, while Martha Cook is Captain Custis of the R. 0. T. C.-
contesting Mosher Hall. This sport has had a number of en-
At 5 o'clock Kappa Delta will thusiastic followers the last few
oppose Delta Zeta and Alpha Phi years. Freshmen are welcome toI
will play against Pi Beta Phi. The join these classes and avail them-
intramural tournament is still in selves of the opportunity to become
the first round, and games are expert with the rifle.
played Monday, Wednesday and Those who have had previous ex-
priaydfteroony, enerlayperience in the sport will not meet
Friday afternoons. The inter-class with the beginners, but will be giv--
teams use Palmer Field on Tues- en instructions by Captain Custis
days and Thursdays. on Tuesdays.

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