SATURDAY,;JANUARY 31, 1931
TPHTA SIGMA PHIWomen Who Will Attend Annual J
ANNOUNCES PL ANS Fridap, Februa, 13, With Campus
FOR ANNUAL A aARB
Will Give Cup to
Woman Doing Best Work
TO BE GIVEN
Selection Will be Based Upon
Journalistic Ability and
Loyalty to Paper.
Theta Sigma Phi, national hon-
orary and professional sorority for
women in journalism, has announc-
ed its plan for the presentation of a
silver loving cup, to be awarded in
May to the sophomore woman who
has done the best work on a cam-
pus publication during the current
This cup will be made a perman-
ent award, to be kept by its recipi-
ent for a year, when it will pass on
to the next winner. The name of
each woman to receive the cup will
be engraved on it together with the
year the award is -made.
To Judge on Three Points.
In selecting the sophomore wo-
man who has shown the most pro-
fliciency in her work on a campus
publication during the year, the
judges will consider general jour-
nalistic ability, consistency in do-
ing good work, and loyalty to the
publication of which she is a staff1
Theta Sigma Phi has selected the
plan of a cup award 'as the best
method of encouraging women to
enter into journalistic work while
on the campus, especially if they
are planning to continue this type
of work after graduation.
Members Not Eligible.
Because membership in Theta
Sigma Phi is limited to women of
junior and senior standing, no
member of the organization will be
eligible for the award.
The women's editors of the var-
ious campus pubiications will con-
sult with the conmimittee of judges
in their selection of the cup winner.
Announcement of the name of the
sophomore woman who will receive
the award for 1930-31 will be made
during the first week in May.
Six sororities argued recently at
debates for intersorority champion-
ship at the University of Minneso-
ta. Fourteen sororities were entered
for the debates. The question was:
"Resolved: that comprehensive ex-
aminations be installed in the sen-
ior college at the University of
Minnesota in place of quarterly ex-
AIIl MEET T 9lAY Un hvery tities ProcureI
Luncheon Reservations Should Cages of stuffed birds and ani-
be Made Before 10 O'clock mals may mean little to the stu-
This Morning. dent, and yet before these can be
displayed, many people work with
Matters of general alumnae in- a great deal of interest and en-
terest will be taken up this morn- sias omk h xiisse
ing at ten o'clock at a meeting of thusiasln to make the exhibits seem
the Alumnae Council which will be natural and of real help to theper-
held in the Alumnae Room at the son who wishes to consult them.
Michigan League Building. All Uni- First of all are those who go to the
versity of Michigan women in Ann original habitats of the birds or an-
Arbor are invited to attend this imals, or if native costumes, dishes,
meeting and the luncheon to be furniture, or jewelry, or dishes are
given today at 12:30 o'clock in the desired, to the foreign homes. One
League Building. Reservations for man from the University will be
luncheon must be made at the in Tibet four years, another in Yu-
League before one o'clock. Follow- catan four months studying and
ing the luncheon a program will collecting materials to be used in
be given. the University museum. Not all of
Last night a meeting of the Ten- these collections are open to the
Year Program Committee of the general public, but are reserved
,Alumnae Council was held at a six for the use of particular classes,
o'clock dinner meeting in the Mich- and for the use of instructors in
igan League. This committee is special fields.
planning to raise the money for the Mountings are very important
fellowships which the Alumnae and the natural habitat of the an-
Council undertook last June as imal or bird is given special at-
their part in the ten-year program tention. Very often an animal will
of the Alumni Association. In the be posed to show some particular
absence of Mrs. Arthur Colten, characteristic such as its adapta-
chairman of the committee, Mrs. tion for speed in running. Another
Stuart G. Baites, vice-chairman, section of the museum is being so
presided at the meeting. planned that preservation through
The Michigan League board of imitation is illustrated in the case
directors of the Alumnae Council of moths, walking sticks, and but-
of the Alumni Association met at terflies. Some insects preserve
seven-thirty last night in the themselves through terrifying ap-
League Building. Mrs. Charles W. pearance. The natural preying of
Gore of Benton Harbor, chairman one animal upon another and upon
of the Alumnae Council. birds is shown in an exhibition,
Points to be taken up in the which school children enjoy, and is
meeting at ten o'clock this morning another evidence of the worthwhile
were discussed. scheme being carried out.
Top row, left to right; Mary Ward Chase, Pauline Bo we, Madeleine Holmes. Middle row; Ruth Neville,
Louise MacKay, Ruth Matthews. Bottom row; Albertine Maslen, Margaret Eggert, Margaret Amendt.
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Tradition isn't repeating itself
this year for more Michigan women
will attend the annual J-Hop given
by the class of 1932 Friday night,
Feb. 13, at the Intramural Sports
building than ever before.
Mary Ward Chase, '30, of Toledo,
will lead one of the lines of the.
grand march with George Bradley,
32L, Toledo, 0., vice chairman of
the general J-Hop committee.
Pauline A. Bowe, '32, Mt. Clemens,
will attend the dance with Howard
T. Worden, '32, chairman of the
Madeleine Holmes, Northwestern
university, '33, Evanston, Ill., will
spend the week-end in Ann Arbor
and will attend the J-Hop with
John Reindel, '32, night editor of
The Michigan Daily.
Ruth Neville, '34, Kewanee, Ill.,
and John C. Billingsley, '32F&C,
assistant chairman of the floor
committee, will be among the lead-
ers in the grand march.
Louise MacKay, '33, Charleroi, Pa.,
will lead the other line of the grand
march with Kenneth McCallum, '32,
Detroit, general chairman of this
year's J-Hlp committee.
Ruth 11. Matthews, '32, Detroit,
and Frank E. Cooper, '31, city edi-
tor of The Michigan Daily, will be
among the more prominent couples.
Albertina Maslen, '31, Detroit,
will be escorted by T. Hollister Mab-
ley, '31, business manager of The
Margaret A. Eggert, '32, Saginaw,
has been invited to attend by Lyle
F. Zisler, '32Arch., chairman of the
Margaret A. Amendt, '32, Monroe,
with C. Cullen Kennedy, '32, sec-
retary ofathe J-hop committee, will
also be among the leaders of the
Women from all over the country
will be in attendance at the func-
tion with the other J-Hop commit-
teemen and University students.
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