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T1~TTR~4flAV .TANTAT~. 22 . .TH. .CH.GA.DA..


FIRST OPEN HUSEExplorerBelies Women Have
0% n ar i ft w ww aa 0 w H US II ChaceinExploration. I

Entertainment Features Various
Forms of Competitive Sport
and Exhibitions.
Faculty Members of Physical
Education Department
Will Assist
Students and faculty members
will be entertained by the Women's
Athletic Association board at the
open house to be held from 7 to 9
o'clock tonight in the Women's
Athletic building._
This will be the first open house
to be held by W. A. A. this year, and
all women students are invited by
the organization to attend. A rifle
exhibition, the interclass bowling
tournament, and an impromptu
bowling tournament by faculty
members of the physical education
department will be the main forms
of entertainment. Rrefreshments
will be served.
Bowling to be Held First.
The bowling tournament will be-
gin at 7:15 o'clock, and the rifle
exhibition will be held shortly aft-
erward. Each class will be repre-
sented by two players in the tour-
nament, and the winning team will
be decided by taking a 3-string av-
Those who will bowl on the senior
team are Elizabeth Whitney and
Mary Mandrea. Rosalynn Caley and
Helen Bailey will bowl for the jun-
iors, Louise Peterson and Elizabeth
Shull for the sophomores, and Bar-
bara Hill and Nell Mills for the
freshmen. Three of these contes-
tants obtained high scores in the
intramural tournament which end-
ed Tuesday night. They are Louise
Peterson, whose score was 167, Eliz-
abeth Shull, 129, and Barbara Hill,
140.Eight Students Will Shoot.
Eight students will tak part in
the rifle tournament, and will shoot
In groups of four. They are Mar-f
jorie Ellsworth, '32, Seline Smith,
'32, Violet Canberg, '32, Eleanor
Kimball, '32LMaxine Fischgrund,
'33, Loraine Larson, '32, Phoebe
Mitchel Grad., and Elizabeth Cady,
Special invitations to attend the
affair have been sent to the Michi-
gan League board, the dean of
women's staff, the Michigan Dames,
and members of the forestry and
school of education staffs. Chair-
men of League houses also have
been specially invited.
All arrangements for the event
have been in charge of Jean Perrin,
'32, bowling chairman of W. A. A.
Adria Parks, '32, is in charge of
the rifle exhibition and the refresh-
ments are in charge of the W.A.A.
social committee which includes
Jean Botsford, '32, vice-president of
W. A. A., Anna Neberle, '33, Clara
Grace Peck, '33, and Dorothea Wa-
terman, '31.
'. . . NEWS
Schedule of Games Today.
5 o'clock, Kappa Kappa Gamma
vs. Alpha Chi Omega.
Results of Wednesday's Games.
Jordan II 25, Alpha Xi Delta 9.
Kappa Delta 26, League VII 7.
League II 36, Chi Omega 8.

By M. O'B.
There is an aura of far-away
places and fabulous tales about
Carveth Wells which is evident
even in civilized surroundings. He
has the explorers' knack of looking
well in evening dress, and the dis-
tinguished wave of iron-grey hair
over an inappropriately pale fore-.
head adds a dashing touch of non
He emerged from a ring of en-
thusiastic autograph collectors with
an unruffled air, as befits one who
has stood alone in lonely places
and who has seen fish climbing
"A woman's chance in the field
of exploring? Rather more promis-
ing than that of a man," he stated.
"You see, they can go more places
than can a man; get behind scenes,
and through observation, under-
stand more of native life than a
man." He paused to smile and au-
tograph a book thrust in front of
'As I was saying . .. some of my
best friends, Rosita Forbes, Mrs.
Cressey-Marcks, and others have
:een prominent in this field," he
went on. "Mrs. Cressey Marcks re-
cently made a journey across Lap-
land in a sled, and lost several toes
in the process." He paused as if to
impress on his audience the signifi-
cance of Mrs. Cressey Marck's toes.
"Amy Johnson recently ... if you'll
pardon me."
Outdoor Party Will be Given
by Women's Athletic
Due to the popularity of the ski-
ing and tobogganing party party
held last Saturday by the Women's
Athletic Association, another one of
a similar nature will be held at 2
o'clock next Saturday.
All women students are invited
to attend the party. The group will
meet at the Women's Athletic
building and will go from there to
the Arboretum. Later they will re-
turn to the Women's Athletic build-
ing for refreshments.
Those who own skiis or tobaggans
are asked to bring them, and a lim-
ited number may be borrowed from
W.A. A.
About 30 people attended the
party last Saturday, and instruc-
tion by an expert skii jumper was
a popular feature of the afternoon.
These parties are in charge of Aud-
rey Callandar, '33Ed., outdoor chair-
man of W. A. A., and she is being
massisted by the social committee,
Jean Botsford, '32, Anna Neberle,
'33, Dorothea Waterman, '31, and
Clara Grace Peck, '33.
Pegasus Makes Plans
for Second Semester
Plans for a tea to be given at
the beginning of the second semes-
ter for all women listed as being
interested in riding were made by
officers of Pegasus at a special
meeting held Tuesday afternoon.
The possibility of organizing a
beginner's riding group to ride in
the indoor ring at the fair grounds
was discussed, and activities for the
rest of the year outlined.

DTMrs. Charles W. Gore AHENAA.ON J G. P. C H ORUSE
of Alumnae Cast and Choruses Will egn
Alumnae of the University from--311) S..I .,Pl tRc 4503
N FAj HearsReports, Talks several groups throughout the state Literary and Debating Society MOri than 90 women will partici-
. S. ate in the Junior Girls' Play thisBrn "
are coming to Ann Arbor for the NowOpn All Frshm yar, ad a ut a fw y ths
on Progress o Work meeting of the Alumnae Council offNowOpen to reshmen year, and all but a few of these Arrivals from
During Year. the Alumnae Association of the Interested in Speech. have already met for cast tryouts
University of Michigan, which will -- or chorus rehearsal. Today the last New York
Fstrot for Athena, national Ichorus, group E, will meet at4
(Editor's Note: This is the second be held at 10 o'clock Saturday, Jan. d is n lytr At ey, ill clock in e C ittee r t 4
of a series of three articles to a-31athMihgnLgu udn. debating and literary society, willio'clock in the Committee room of,
of seiesof hre atices o p- 31 at the Michigan League building.I be held on Tuesday, February 17, 'the League.
pear of the N. S. F. A. Convention). Mrs. Charles W. Gore, of Benton the first meeting of the second se- Logut
---Harbor, chairman of the Alumnae t i rs etn ftescn e Although all the women who
Maintaining that the N. S. F. A., Council, will preside at this meet- mester, it was decided by members. were notified that they were in the
Ma.wtWomen who are interested ini Play have not yet been called to a
as an organization reached beyond ing. joining this speech organization meeting, we hope to have all our
the idealistic to the practical in Luncheon will be served at the and perhaps intend to try out for plans completed within the near
realizing its aims, Charles Williams, League building at 12:30 o'clock on mmbership next year are particu- future," says Jane Inch, assistant
secretary of the executive board, the day of the convention for all larly invited to come at the above chairman, "so everyone will be def-
alumnae a nding the meeting. jmentioned date because next year initely placed before the final ex-
outlined the progress made during Reservations f o r this luncheon the greater number of members aminations begin."
the past year, at the Plenary ses- should be sent to Miss Marguerite familiar with the purpose and work Amy Loomis, director of the Play,
sion held the afternoon of the first Chapin, executive secretary of the of the society will be able to more expects to have the cast and chor-
day. Alumnae Council, at the Alumnae competently handle the offices of uses ready to go into rehearsal im-
1 ffices in the Michigan Lau the national organization of Ath- inediately after the beginning of TeTn o
The report of the treasurer, Wil- building before Thursday, Jan. 29. ena whinl bn locatedat the te econd semesteHe bee Y
three methods hraising revenue All those women living in or a- University of Michigan during the -Have been as
followed immediately. The funds round Ann Arbor who are gradu- year 1931-32 customed to
are obtained through voluntary ates of the University of Michigan Officers for the second semester R
contributions, dues of the member are cordially invited by the Alum- were elected at the meeting Tues- p g$15 for
schools, and contributions of the nae Council to attend the luncheon. day night. Florence Hiscock, '32,
large organizations which form -will serve as president- Dorothy
scholarship and loan funds for DEBATING SOCIETJ Daniels will be vice-president, Bar-;
students throughout the country. PLANS FOR DANCE Weletaciu, '31, treasurer, and Eva
Addresses of welcome by the --- Hesling, '31, Delegate to the Ora--I '1
presidents of the two colleges who Zeta Phi Eta Announces List torical Board.
accommodated the delegates, and fChaPt Dorothy Peck, '32Ed, was appoint-
a speech presenting the Republican of aperones,arons. ed to be chairman of pledges. Agnes
viewoin of he arif qustio byJohnson, '31, is at the head of a
the flon. D. W. Davis; former gover- With the announcement of chap- Johnstt, '1 eiseat the heao a\9
committee to revise the initiation
nor of Idaho, featured the next erones, patrons, and patronesses, ritual. Fsornce Hiscock, '32, aided
riulIsrrceHsok3 ided
morhing's proceedings. In the after- plans for the Zeta Phi Eta, honor- M-dd
non, smaller discussion groups ary speech and arts fraternity by Marie Wellstead, i1, and Joyan-
on go paryae encmpee.Th aWiese, <? , are writing a history
were formed, divided with refer- party, have been completed. The f the society and contributions to
ence to the size of the colleges of affair is to be held Saturday, Jan- the GaveJ, national publication of
the representatives, and important 1 uary 24, in the Alumnae room of Athena, are in charge of Eleanor
problems were considered. the League building. Rairdon, '33, Barbara Shuker, '32Ed, They're RADIANTLY NEW
Discussion of international issues. The Zeta Phi Eta symbol of can- and Louise Crandall, '34. very DIL Ner
and suggestions for the revision of dles will be used for the lighting. i--n-_ _ vib every detail .every
the constitution of the N. S. F. A., The chaperones will be Mr. and vibrant Color and Print
was the work of the Wednesday Mrs. John Selden Tennant II and every bit of Chiffon and Crepe
morning meeting, and a consider- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Spokes. ATTEN TION CF1 And WHAT'S MORE
ation of fraternities, subsidation of Those who have been asked to be ,'thanks to the lower cost of
athletics, and women's colleges fol- patrons and patronesses are Prof. Silks . . they're the SAME
lowed in the afternoon, and Mrs. James O'Neill, Associate osher Jordan-quatiesyou formerly'paid
The afternoon assemblage was Prof. and Mrs. Louis Eich, Miss Amy Girs $15 for!
devoted to discussion of the honor Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mc-
system, student publications, and a Burney, Prof. Morris P. Tilley, and Lodge Beauty Salon in
revision of the constitution. The Valentine B. Windt. now nde
final day of the conference was
featured by an address by Nellie now under
Taylor Ross, former governor of MICHIGAN BEAUTY V\
Wyoming. on the Democratic con-09 L T P 7
ception of the Tariff, and with the -gSHOPPE609 .W iLLIAM ST. P1HONE70/4
election of officers for the coming MANAGEMENT 106.E.WAStI-hGNST. PHi 96~
year, and final general discussion, "oran
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