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HOCKEY PLAY D Y SOCIETY LEADERS
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Film and Luncheon
to Entertain Teams From
PROF. CAMPBELL ASSISTS
be Played by Contest-
Chairman of committees for the
second annual Hockey Play Day, to
be held Saturday, Nov. 8, have an-
nounced their assistants for this
event, which is being sponsored by
the Physical Education department
Elizabeth Whitney, '31 Ed, is
general chairman, and is being as-
sisted by Prof. Laurie Campbell,
head of the Physical Education
school. Dorothy Sample, '32, is
chairman of the social committee,
which includes Mary Barnett, '33,
Janet Allen, '33, Anna Neberle, '33,
Gladys Schroder, '33, Dorothea
Waterman, '32x, and Martha Boeh-
mer, '31. These people will form
a permanent social committee for
the Women's Athletic Association.
Domine is Program Chairman.
Helen Domine, '31, and Mrs.
Dorothy Hall of the Physical Edu-
cation department, are in charge
of the program committee.
The publicity committee is com-
posed of Emily Grimes, '31, chair-
man; Dorothy Magee, '32, and Miss
Ruth Hassinger, instructor in the
Physical Education department.
The games committee includes
Jean Botsford, '33, chairman; Dr.
Mabel Rugen, assistant professor in
Physical Education, and the other
three class hockey managers in-
cluding Elizabeth Kady, '34, Esther
La Rowe, '32, and Clara Parkinson,
Frances Beuthien, '31, is chair-
man of the reception committee,
which includes Miss Marie Zettler,
of the Physical Education depart-
ment, and Harriet Townsend, '32,
Marjorie Hunt, '32, Lucile Law, '32,
Mary Lou Mershey, '32, Esther
Kirby, '32, Clair Corey, '33, Louise
Karpinski, '31, Katheryn McMur-
ray, '32, Jean Bentley, '33.
Will Entertain Teams.
Extensive plans are being made
for the entertainment of visiting
teams, which will come from Mich-
igan State College at Lansing, the
Battle Creek school of Physical
Education, the Detroit Teachers
College, and the Michigan State
Normal at Ypsilanti. 'Hockey will
be played from 10 o'clock until
noon, when lunch will be served in
the Athletic building. At 1:30, a
hockey film from the United States
Field Hockey, association will be
shown. Games will be resumed un-
til 5:30, when a tea-dance will be
To Play Only Hockey.
Play Day last year included golf,
tennis, and archery contests as well
as hockey. Only hockey contests will
be played this year, but there will
be opportunity for individuals to
bowl, play tennis, or take part in
archery events if they are inter-
ested, though it will not be com-
petitive, according to an announce-
ment by Miss Hassinger.
W.A.A. Invites Women
to Join Dancing Class
All women interested in joining
a tap dancing class under the su-
pervision of the Women's Athletic
Association are invited to attend
a meeting at 4 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium,
according to an anncancement by
Marior Heald, '33, who is organiz-
ing the class.
The day for the regular meeting
of the class will be decided upon
tomorrow. Miss Edith Barthel, in-
structor in the Physical Education
department, will teach the class,
and anyone interested can join.
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da imhter of Harold F. McCormick
of Chicago, and granddaughterof
John D. Rockefeller, has entered
the theatrical business. She is
president of the Palm Beach Play-
house. Inc.. formed by young society
womeu of Palm Beach, Fla.
GIVES HOUSE PARTY
Twenty-eight Spent Week-End
Camping at Y. W. C. A.
Site in Jackson.
FACULTY WERE PRESENT
Twenty-eight members of the
Physical Education club were enter-
tained at a house-party Saturday
and Sunday at the Y. W. C. A. camp
at Clear Lake, -near Jackson.
The party left Barbour gymnas-
ium at noon, Saturday in a Uni-
versity truck, and arrived at the
Nov. 4-Nov. 10.
2: 00-D r a m a Section, Faculty
Women's Club, theatre 1ob b y,
2:30-Women's Club of Ann Ar-
bor, League ball room.
3:00-Congregational Church wo-
men, Alumnae room, League biuld-
3:30--Sigma Alpha Iota, Grand
Rapids room, League building.
4:00-Pan-Hellenic m e e t i n g,
4:00-Tryouts for Mummers, gar-
den room, League building.
7:00-Pi Epsilon Alpha, League
7:00-Business and Professional
Women's Club, League building.
8:00-Michigan Dames, Lounge 2
8:00-Athena meeting, fourth
floor, Angell Hall.
5:00-Sophomore Cabret com-
mittee meeting, League building.
7:15-D e 1 t a Omicron, 'League
7:15-Sigma Alpha Iota, League
7:30-Mu Phi Epsilon, League
7:30-Alpha Alpha G a m m a,
7:30-Zeta Phi Eta, Angell Hall.
8:00-Art section, Faculty Wo-
men's Club, League building.
4:00-Pi Lambda Theta, League
4:00-Women's League p arty,
League ball room.
8:00-Hockey Play Day, Palmer
2:30-Alpha Gamma . i g m a,
2:30-Music section, Faculty Wo-
men's Club, League building.
HAS FEW WOMEN
Graduates Succeed in Business
Rehearsals Will Start as Soon
as Committee Selects
Additional try-out for the Sopho-
morenCabaret wiLt be held this
afternoon at 4:15, in Barbour,
gymnasium, according to an an-
nouncement made by, Margaret
Schermack, chairman of the enter-.
tainment committee. First try-outs,
'took place thisafternoon before-
the members of the committee.
Try-outs are Final.
"These try-outs will be final,"
stated Miss Schermack, "and any-
one who has not appeared before
the committee by this afternoon
will not be able to appear in the
Talent of all kinds is need d, and
anyone who has any ability in
dancing, singing, or dramatic mono-
logues is urged to present a short
sample of her work.
Appoint more Committees.
Appointments to two additional
committees were also announced
by Barbara Braun, general chair-
man. The personnel will be as fol-
lows: waitress committee, Aileen
Clark, chairman, Jean Sarvis, Jean
Marrow, Carol Savery, Jane Fech-
eimer; costume committee, Adele
Woolley, chairman, Adele Ewing,
Elizabeth Shull, Rebecca Gaber,
To Feature Specialties.
Specialty numbers as well as
chorus work will be featured, and'
dramatic work will be especially
stressed. While experience is desir-
able, it is not absolutely necessary.
The committee will announce
selection of material by the end of
the week, and rehearsals will get
under way as soon as possible.
Treasurer to Collect
W.A.A. Dues for Year
Yearly dues for the Women's
Athletic Association will be collect-
ed from old and new members by
a committee appointed last week
by Dorothy Ellsworth, '32, treasur-
er of the organization.
Members of the committee are
Jean Kramer, 3'3, Gladys Schroder,
'33, Lydia Seymour, '34, and Esther
La Rowe, '32.
CALLED FOR TODAYI
Opportunity to Appear in
Cabaret Is Offered
Teas, House Parties.
Methods of sorority rushing vary
considerably in different univers-
ities and colleges in this country.
In contrast to closed rushing here,,
the sororities at the university of
Wisconsin swing into the bedlum of
rushing by throwing open their
doors to all women students on
campus. They consider this in-
formal occasion valuable in that
they often discover girls who have
not been introduced to them before,
and who would be suited to their
Have Summer Rushing.
Northwestern, wary of the short
acquaintance which the first few
weeks of college allows, grants sor-
ority women the privilege of rush-
ing during the summer months.
When a prospective rushee does
not happen to live near one of the
chapter's members, the sorority
girls carry on a correspondence
Illinois Gives House Parties.
At Illinois pledges are taken to
the house immediately after the
weeks devoted to rushing is com-
pleted. Their form of entertain-
ment differs quite essentially from
the ordinary run. Corresponding to
our formal dinners here at Michi-
gan are their sorority house par-
ties. The rushees, permitted to
attend only one of these functions
The University of Arizona ar-
ranges for rushing during the sum-
mer months. Informal calls are al-
lowed until the official opening of
college when a heavy bond of sil-
ence is imposed. For a week the1
sorority women are mute when a
rushee passes. Following this fem-
inine ordeal, the formal rushing
,begins, conducted much in the
same way as it is here.j
Have Open House in East.
In most of the Eastern colleges
=membership in the sororities is
limited to Juniors and Seniors and
the houses are not used for dormi-
tory purposes. For instance, at
Wellesley rushing for the following
Autumn begins in the spring of the
year when the houses hold open
house teas. Except for this de-
ferred plan of membership, the
rushing is carried on in the usual
TRYOUTS FOR PLAY1
PROGRAMS FOR SORORITY RUSHING
DIFFER IN VARIOUS UNIVERSITIES
Rushees Are Entertained With marathon in drinking tea with in-
to Acquaint Students
Professor Dewitt H. Parker, of
the philosophy department, will de-
liver the first of a series of Sunday
afternoon readings sponsored by
the Women's League*Sunday, No-
vember 9, at 3:30 o'clock in the
Grand Rapids room of the League
building. An informal tea will
follow, to be served in the con-
Policy Begun Last Spring.
This is in continuation of a pol-
icy begun by the League last spring.
Its purpose is to acquaint students
with good literature and offer them
an opportunity for informal social
contact with prominent members
of the facilty. The entertainments
are for students, and the League
SERIES OF SUNDAY
Women's League Will Sponsor
Informal Tea and Reading
INVITE MEN AND WOMEN
Practice in Limbering
camp for lunch. The afternoon was
spent playing soccer, football, vol- Comparatively few women enter
ley-ball, and baseball. After dinner, the Business Administration School
individuals entertained the group of the University; those who do
with skits, and marshmallows were complete the course, however, are
toasted around the fireplace. usually successful in their chosen
Sunday morning was spent play- field, according to Mrs. Martha G.
ing indoor games, and a few went Sawyer, at the business administra-
on hikes through the surrounding tion school.
country. The group returned in the In 1926, the year the Michigan
bus Sunday afternoon. A box of Business Administration depart-
candy was presented to the mem- ment opened, the only woman
bers by the Physical Education graduate was a Chinese Girl, Sih
staff, and Dr. Mabel Rugen, head En Yang.
of the Physical Education school Three Graduate in '28.
also presented candy to the club. The following year there were no
Members of the faculty who were I women graduates. Of the three in
present included Miss Ethel A. Mc- the class of 1928, one has taught
Cormick, Dr. Mabel Rugen, Miss in Detroit schools and is contemp-
Ruth Hassinger, Miss aMrie Hart- lating entering a governmental of-
wig, Miss Marie Zettler, Miss Edi- fice in connection with the diplo-
Ruth Hassinger, Miss Marie Hart- matic service, another is in train-
Miss Laurie Campbell, and Miss ing in a Chicago department store
Jeanette Sauborn. for either an executive or buying
position, and the third is teaching
Dr. Hart to Address in California. The class of 1929
graduated one woman, now asso-
Women on Physical I ciated with the L. Black & Co. op-
- -cn y -a Itical store in Detroit.
Education Activities Nine Registered This Year.
SThe one woman graduate last.
year is in the economy office of
Dr. Vernon Hart, head of ortho- the Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. in
pedics at the University hospital Detroit.
will present an illustrated address
for women students at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gymnas- of faculty posture and weak feet
ium, on the relation of regular will be discussed at the meeting.
physical educational activities to The address is to include an ex-
the development of increased stam- planation of toe importance of
ina and vigor. health and vigor to progress in life.
The use of exercise as a corrective
are invited to the house for lunch- Junior women who intend to try extends an invitation to all men
eon and stay until the following out for the Junior Girls' Play are ( and women on the campus.
noon. The rushees are not limited expected to attend the first meet- Three readings were given last
to the number of teas they may spring. Professor O. J. Campbell of
attend in any afternoon. Accord- ings of the classes in limbering and I spng epr0 m pellof
stecigwhcneisyhsatr the English department delivered
ingly there is usually a remarkable stretching which begins this after- the first at the inauguration of the
noon. The first class will meet at project. Professor J. Raleigh Nel-
WOJIEN'S S T U D Y 03:30 o'clock, while the second will son, of the engineering school, and
take place at 4:30 o'clock, for the Earl E. Fleischman, instructor in
CLUB HAS MEETING benefit of those women who have speech, spoke on subsequent pro-
late classes. Both meetings will be grams.
Dr. Doris Twitchell, research as- held in Barbour gymnasium. Managed by Library Group.
sistant, bureau of University re- Any women who are unable to These Sunday programs are un-
search, presented an interesting come to the classes because of der the direct auspices of the li-
paper on "The Functions of a Vice- interclass hockey will be admitted brary committee of the League
President and His Research Staff after the hockey season is over. Frances Jennings, '31, is chairmai
in an Educational Institution" last Regulai attendance is expected of of the committee, and the person-
night at the monthly meeting of everyone who joins the class, ac-. nel includes Cecilia Shriver, '32
the Women's Research club, in the cording to Lynne Adams, one of Ann Neberle, '32, Jean Fechiemer
Botany Journal club room, Natural the chairmen of the dance com- '33, Jean Cowden, '33, and Betty
Science building. mittee, who will be responsible for Gerhard, '32. Miss Gerhard it
This society was organized for all the ballet work to be done in the chairman of . teas and will be in
women members of the University play. charge of the tea Sunday. Eleanor
faculty who are engaged in any The dance commnittee chairmen Cooke, '31, president of the League
sort of research activity. The meet- suggest that the costume for these will pour.
ings are conducted monthly, and practice classes consist of a bath-
the programs consist solely of con- ing suit and fiat-heeled shoes. The UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO-
tributions from the members, one music will be furnished by the A nearby roadhouse has arranged
of the purposes of the club being music committee, under the chair- for students to ride in taxis free of
to give mutual benefit to members. manship of Katherine Sitton. charge to dances held there.
The following are officers for the__
coming year: Mabel M. Miller, in---_
structor in physiological chemistry,
president, Rebecca B. Hubbell, re- o
search associate in physiological
chemistry, vice president, and Myr-Rt
tle G. Donahue of the University
Hospital, secretary-treasurer. j o
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