FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1931 THE M T C II GA N D ATITY
D ORMITOR INVITES DURANTBELIEVES
Women's Freedom Movement,
Is Older ThanNationalism. AS IDE SCOPE
9 l [LEIIAT ION By .T., '33.Projects Include Travel Bureau,E
gWith a twinkle in his eyes and International Debates,
a laugh in his voice, Will Durant, ItrainlDbts
Receiving Lines Greet Guests in I traveller a n d philosopher, who Discount Service.
Mosher Tonight, in Jordan spoke last night in Hill auditorium,
arose and extended his hand in 'Editor's Note: This is the last ofc
Tomorrow Night. Friendly greeting. But the words a series of three articles to appearx
expected from such a person were on the N. S. F. A. Convention.) y
WILL INSPECT BUILDING not forthcoming. Instead, his first Increase in the definite accom-I
_____ words were more a challenge than I
anything else. "Ah," he cried, "what plishments of the N. S. F. A. dur-Y
Out-of-Town Guests Invited for a bad book you have been reading. ing the past year may be attributedt
Friday; Student Officials to I hear that university students re- to the efficient organization of thec
Attend Saturday. fuse to read any books except those central office in New York, work-
their professors have carefully cen- in under the guidance of the exe-
In view of the fact that Mosher- sored." And he pounced upon a ie
in vew f te er hamles "RpreenttiveEngishcutve committee. This committee
Jordan hall is the largest dormitory harmless "Representative Englishmdpfcumbd
for women in the United States, its Poets" is made up of twelve members, and
formal opening which is to take Suddenly his manner changed en- includes the officers of the organ-t
place this week-end is of interest tirely and he became the perfect ization, chairman of the Travel
not only to people here in Ann Ar- man-of-the-world person he canBueChimnoItrainl't
bor but to people throughout the be and to which so mnuch of hisBueChianoItrnina
entire state. With the assistance of success and the esteem in which Debating, and Chairman of Presst
certain of the faculty members, the others hold him is due. He spoke Relations.c
directors and residents of Mosher- earnestly and meant every word The Travel Bureau has widened
Jordan will receive guests from 9 } he said. And it was to this effect: its scope considerably this year. Un-
T T SORORITIES FAVOR RUSHING PARTIES WOMEN ORGANIZE
STHOENS SU D[I ON CALENDAR OF SOCIAL ACTIVITIES CLASS IN FENCING
GH90INGFaculty Members Also Included DeWitt C. Millen, at dinner. Mr. Ping-Pong Tourney for Second
in Entertainments of Milien's mother was a charter i Semester Is Planned.
-- - Past Week. member of the local chapter of
Albertina Maslen States Reason _Delta Delta Delta. On Wednesday Fencing is being organized as an
for Distribution of Rushing parties occupy a promi- night the sorority gave a rushing extra-curricular activity, in answer
nent place on the social calendar. to numerous requests for a fencing
r uestionaires. ts party for five guests, and they are class, and all women interested in
Iekirbut entertainments of entertaining five more rushees at the sport are asked to hand in
In an effort to formulate and dinner tonight. their names to Miss Marie Hartwig
consolidate student opinion on the The members of Kappa Alpha I Sorority Entertains RIuses. of the physical education demrt
present marking system in the Uni- Theta are attending their Found- Alpha Gamma Delta gave a rush- ment for women. Fifteen women
versity, questionnaires complied by er's Day lunc'meon 0 e given by 'ng dinner last night for five guests. have already signed up for classes.
Ira W. Smith, registrar, have been thebDetroit alumnae at the Colony Pink was the color chosen for the Requests have also been made for
distributed to presidents of all Club in Detroit next Saturday. decorations, and the schenie was a ping-pong tournament, and one
houses on campus for considera- Kappa Alpha Theta has the honor carried out by carnations and tall is being planned for the second se-
tion in house meetings, by action of announcing the engagement of candles of that color on the tables. mester. Tables will probably be<seti
of the board of representatives. Miss Alice Wolfs, '31, daughter of D~)elta Gamma announces the up in the League building, the
"Need of an opportunity for def- Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Wolfs of St. pledging of Catherine Heesen, '33, Women's Athletic building, and
inite statements by the students Clair, Mich., to Mr. Franklin Moore, rof Tecumseh Barbour
themselves on the adequacy of the'30, Beta Thet Pi of St. Clair,
methods now employed has been Mich. Miss Romain Busch, '27, of ------_--_-
felt for some time," stated Alber- Saginaw, Mich., is spending several
Sf thedays at the Theta house. CONTINUING
board.Ma students feel strong-' Faculty Members Entertained.
ly one way or the other on the sit- Alpha Pnli honored the following
uation," she continued, "and with members of the faculty at a for-'!
their honest effort and sincere co- mal dinner last Wednesday night:
operation, much can be done to- Prof. Julio del Toro and Mrs. del
ward remedying it." Toro, Prof. Robert C. Angell and
The questionnaires treat the sub- Mrs. Angell, Prof. Arthur L. Cross,
ject from all sides, and do not deal Prof. Warren E. Blake, Mrs. Mable
so much with specific details as Read, Mr. Valerio and Mrs. Valerio,
with whether such factors as atti- Mr. Valentine Windt, :and F1r.
tude, effort, citizenship, and pro- Charles S. Boertman. Alpha Phi
gress should form a basis of con- wishes to announce the engagement I
sideratioin in marking. The idea of Susan Shorts, '34, daughter of C Oats
of grading students with regard to Mr. and Mrs. Terry Shorts, of Sagi-
individual ability, and with actual niaw, Mich., to Mr. Robert Dennet,
progress made is considered, and Waterman, of New Haven, Conn.a. The First} $29.75-$39.75
the subject of the different mark- Last Monday evening Delta Delta Si40
ing system in the various schools Delta entertaoined Mrs. John L.
of the University is also probed. Brumm, Mrs. Horace King, and Mr.!( Sp7in
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SA smart little ribbon hat,
A'TtTENTI $NSpring A"smartiI8.95-$11.95
until 11 o'clock Friday and Satur-
day night, and from 3 until 5 o'clock
This is probably the largest func-;
tion of its kind ever to be held in
Ann Arbor; more than 1,400 invita-
tions have been issued.
Regents Will Be Guests.
During the evening the guests
will include the Regents of the Uni-
versity, members of the faculty,
members of the legislature, who
will spend Friday night at the Un-
16n, town~speople, and some few
guests from Detroit. On Saturday
afternoon the guests are to include
students on campus, heads of all
the organized league houses, and
various presidents of the different
dampus activities and organiza-
,The plan is so arranged on Fri-
day and Saturday nights that the
guests will have an opportunity to
she all of the furnishings of both
Balls in their entirety. Guests to
night are to be received in Mosher
hall, from where they will be con-
ducted to the third floor where the
lli v i n g accommodations will be
thrown open for inspection. From
there they will cross over into Jor-
dan hall where refreshments will
be served in the dining room. Once
more they will return to the draw-
ing rooms of Mosher, thus having
made a complete circuit of the two
Receiving Lines Announced.
The receiving lines for the var-
ious times are as follows: to night
in Mosher hall, Anne Davenport,
'31, Miss Inez Bozorth, President
Alexander Ruthven and Mrs. Ruth-
ven, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith,
Miss Lloyd, Anna Lyle Spain, '32
and Miss Ethel McCormick will in-
troduce the guests to the line.
Tomorrow night the receiving
line in Jordan hall will be the same
as the preceding night except that
Margaret Mix, '31, will take the
place of Anne Davenport, and Es-
ther Emery, '32, will take the plac
of Anna Lyle Spain. Tomorrow af-
ternoon the receiving lines will be
as follows: in Mosher Mrs. A. J
Buffington, Anne Davenport, Anna
Lyle Spain, Margaret Davidson, '33
and Nolda McCamley, '34, in Jor-
dan, Miss Isabelle Dudley, Margaret
Mix, Esther Emery, Polly Walker,
'33, and Olive Dawes, '34.
that for many years there has been
a movement afoot in India for the
freedom of women from the retire-
ment in which they have been forc-
ed to remain up to this time. This
movement has been causing a sub-
tle stirring in the under-current
of Indian social life, and it origin-
ated even before the clamoring to-
ward nationalism which is now so
very much in themforeground.
Women Become Modern.
As an example of the difference
between the condition of women
now and in the past, Mr. Durant
related how he had dined with an
Indian woman representative of the
women of the higher caste in Mad-
ras, and how they had discussed
many conditions and problems of
the country. She was a member of
the city council and had educated
her daughter in an American col-
lege-seemingly she was just like
any woman of America in her opin-
ions and attitudes.
der this bureau, a system whereby'
a student who organizes a group of,
ten other students for a European
tour secures his passage free, while
the members of the group also en-
joy reduced rates. More than sixty
people traveled abroad under the
N. S. F. A. auspices last summer,
and were entertained by members
of the Confederation Internationale
des Edudiantes, the world-wide or-
ganization of which N. S. F. A. is
International debating is another
of the projects which has been un-
dertaken. Teams have been brought
over from Germany, England, and
Turkey, and engagements are made
wil;h any schools interested. Radio
broadcasting over the Columbia
broadcasting system is being fost-
ered, also, and weekly and monthly
speakers present topics of inter-
est to students.
A plan of securing discount serv-
ice for students throughout the
country has been evolved, and is
awaiting the approval of the Con-
gress to b put into execution. The
idea is to issue identification cards
to all college and university mem-
bers, whereby reduction in hotel
rates, transportation fares, and~
even -living necessities may be se-
Lodge Beauty Salon in
Observatory Lodge Apts.
For Appointments and
Our new stock is arriving
and January is the best
month for selection,
Michigan Theatre Bldg.
or one or ce 5sos
straw is the millinery
mode of the moment-
Exclusive styles at mod-
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221 South Main
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Result of Wednesday Night Game.
Jordan 1 24, Couzens Hall 13.
Result of Thursday's Game.
Kappa Kappa Gamma 16, Alpha
Chi Omega 8.
This game was the best of the
tournament so far, being fast, open
and both teams being well organiz-
ed. At this point in the tournament
8 out of 18 teams are left in the
running. The quarter finals will be
held Monday of next week, the
semi-finals Wednesday, and
finals Thursday and Friday.
All this Season's Arctics
Regular $4.00 and $4.50 Values
J. M rphyBoot Shod
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ILLINOIS WOMEN MEET
Two thousand women have as-
sembled at Champaign, Illinois, for
the Farm and Home Week program
that is being held under the aus-
pices of the University of Illinois.
Alexander Legge, chairman of the
Federal Farm Board, will be among
In the Arcade
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