THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DINNERS FOLLOW PLEDGING RITES;
PLEDGE LISTS ARE SUPPLEMENTED
Northwestern to Be Newcomer
on Debating Schedule for
Interest in women's debating is
greatly increased this year, believes
Mr. Floyd K. Riley of the speech
department, who is to 'coach the
women's squad during the coming
Approximately twenty w o m e n
have already begun work, consid-;
ering questions which might be
used in varsity debates this year.
According to the present schedule,
Mr. Riley stated, Michigan women's
teams will oppose tnose of Indiana
a n d Northwestern Universities.
Michigan met Indiana in a varsity
debate last year but a Northwest-
ern women's team is a newcomer
to this campus as that debate will
be held here.
The final decision as to what
question will be discussed will not
be made known until about the
first week in November as each
university has the privilege of sub-
mitting a question which it would
like to debate. From this list t tt
final selection is made.
Besides the varsity debates op-
position is furnished the women's
squad by various small colleges in
this state. The experience gained
in these smaller events is of great
value for the major competition.
have at last been granted suffrage!
The measure was written into the
constitution and sets the voting age
at 23. It is estimated that 5,000,000
women-or approximately the num-
ber of men enjoying suffrage will
Out of Town Guests, Alumnae c
Invited to Various
Collegiate Sorosis wishes to an-,
nounce the pledging of Josephine3
Cannon, '34, Iron River, Michigan.
Pink tapers and fall flowers
formed the decorations at thedin-
ner following pledging rites at Delt~a
Zeta Tuesday night. The sorority
also entertained at tea Wednesday'
afternoon in honor of its new chap-a
erone, Miss Barker, and Mrs. Cooks,
a visiting national oflier. The presi-
dents and house chaperones of each
sorority were invited, and Mrs. Wil-
bur Humphreys poured. Miss Jean-
ette Perry and Miss Alice Lloyd
were among the guests.
Delta Delta Delta used green and
white as the color scheme for the
table at dinner following pledging
Pink roses anct tapers formed the
background for the pledge dinner
at Kappa Alpha Theta.
Delta Gamma announces the
pledging of Dorothy Kopf, '33, of
Plainville, N. J.
Pi Delta Phi announces the pledg-
ing of Helen Buist, '33, of Grand
Rapids and Elizabeth Gray, '33, of
Jackson. After pledging Tuesday
night, a dinner was given in honor
Pegasus Club Plans
Program for Future'
Pegasus, riding club, held, their
first meeting of the year Thursday,
1October 8, at 7:30 o'clock in the
Coarine Kentler, '32Ed, president,
conducted the meeting. All mem-
bers of last year and those invited
attended, and the plans for future
meetings were discussed. Rides for
those interested will begin soon and
will include a variety of interesting'
of the pledges. Town guests were
Mrs. Charles Fisher, Mrs. Palmer
Christian and Mrs. Homer Heath.
Out of town guests at the Sigma
Kappa pledge dinner, Tuesday night
were Mrs. Harwood Rundell and
Miss Lydia Baird of Detroit. Mrs.
Weldon Hale, Mrs. Oscar Wilde, and
Mrs. Rogers Seymour of Ann Arbor
were also present.l
Miss Francis Stylen of Westfield,
New Jersey and Mrs. Garnet Brown
of Detroit were guests Tuesday
night at the dinner given by Zeta
Tau Alpha, honoring their pledges.
Independent Women to.
Form fAthletic Teamsj
Women Show Improvement
Physical Rating for
Entrance medical examinat
for women are very encoura
this year. Out of a grand tota
871 women, 200 were given an
rating. Group B included 4881
126 in the C Group, while oni
were in the lower classification
45 ungraded. Less than 8% of
entire group restricted in phy.
All women not affiliated with a activity for the semester.
sorority or a dormitory team and'
who wish to play nockey should call
or leave their names at the desk in
the intramural office in Barbour
A definite organization of women
living in league houses and at home,
not affiliated with sororities or
dormitories, will be made. The
organization will be similar to that
of last year. Anyone interested in
sports should take advantage of this
The Y. W. C. A. at Stanford Uni-
versity rents, slightly used textbooks
for a period of one quarter for the
sum of 25 cents each, thercby sav-
ing the purchase price of a new
In comparison with last
results, it is interesting to
that out of 907 women on
were placed in Group A.
Dr. Margaret Bell, director
women's department of ph
education and physician t
health service, declared tha
is very well pleased with the
which the students have put
in correcting physical defecl
that tthe condition of the fe
particular, shows marked im
ment. It is strongly recomn
that the incoming women c
ate to the fullest extent in e
ating frailties of any sort, an
they realize the excellent s
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