RIDAY, MARCH 25, 1932
r THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HistoryOcJ I.PiTENP ASPRANTS~
i~t[EEO. T 'FIALPHAXi DELTA * 11 [R IT g[[T.O C 1 e t
SBy Margaret O'Brien]sr A KMIp i o ge
scbea Pi Eta akesAffirmative Chi Omega. igan, and Miss Betty Godfrey of
Alpha XiDetafat Lombards roach or criticism." to Abolsh Fraternities Chi Omega wishes to announce Grand Rapids as house guests last
undApl1,18,atLmrdp roach rriis.th pledging of Mary Gaylord, 35,
Additional Names to Be Placed College, Galesburg, Illinois, in re- The altruistic activities of Alpha From Campus Life. Alganac, Michigan. week-end. The sorority entertai-
on List if 20 Sign sponse to the need for a pleasant Xi Delta are concentfated at Car- Chi Omega entertained seven ed two guests at a rushing dinner
iti0n social life and organization among cassonne, Letcher county, Ken- At the meeting of Athenawom guests at rush-dinner Wednesday Tuesday night Betty Wheeler will
Petition. the women students on the campus. tucky, where the fraternity main- en's teetin soft Ate a nigest. aonight the chapter will aTued t. ed y Whlr will
Harriet McCollumn first conceivedtains a school for the mountainen speech society, honorda en h edigo LuaJs
--d-earand oonum finrstned in s hildren of r the nnight business was discussed and the four guests at a dinner for lyn, '30, in Detroit Saturday.
VOTING UNTIL 5 O'CLOCK the idea and somn interested nine children of the district. the patronnesses and alumnae. a
other girls in her plan. These ten The Alpha Xi Delta pin is a gold try-outs were held for the Athena Collegiate SorosisKappa Alpha Theta
worked diligently and secretly to quill bearing the Greek letters in debate team which will meet a Collegiate Sorosis will honor Dean Kappa Alpha Theta wishes to an-
Election Will Be Conductedb whip the organization into shape so burnished gold on the feathers. The team from Zeta Phi Eta, women's H. C. Sadler and Mrs. Sadler, Mr nunce the pledging of Betty Jane
Judiciary Council; Rules that it might be running smoothly colors of the fraternity are double i speech sorority, on April 23. and Mrs. P. W. Slosson, Mr. H. B. Taylor, '35, Detroit, on Monday
Will Be Watched when its existence became known. blue and gold and the flower is the Women who tried out for the Calderwood, Professor J o s e p h night.
WierAlmiracLow They are Harriet McCollum Zim- pink rose mietA Xtam gave speeches on the sub- Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Weav- Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Annual elections of the officers of mer, Almira Lowrey Cheney, Julia Among prominent Alpha Xi Del- ject which has been agreed upon er, at dinner this evening. Tuesday Initiation ceremonies will take
the Women's League will be held Loue Strong Taylor, Lucy W Gil- different fields of work. Lois Sey by both societies for the debate. evening the sorority honored three place at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
Wednesday, April 6, according to an mer, Bertha Cook Evans, Frances Merontross is well known as a The proposition is: Resolved, that rushees at dinner. chapter house Saturday afternoon,
announcement by Katherine Koch, Elizabeth Cheney, Cora Bollinger short story writer and novelist, social sororities and fraternities Delta Delta Delta. March 26, at two o'clock. The ini-
'32, president. The polling will take Block, and Alice Barlett Bruner Maxine Davis, Mary Kinnavey, and should be abolished from Micht- Delta Delta Delta entertained tiates include: Harriet Eleanor
Block, ad AliceBartlettBruner. MaxthenDaisiMayhKannaey, andouBisndsetter '3, M .rovisnne
place in University nail, and the On April 17, 1902, the active mem- Persis Hannah Brown have made gan's campus. Athena will have Miss Louise MDGalard, Province Mion.tettri'33, Mt. leasate-
booths will be open all day until 5 bers of Alpha Xi Delta passed the names for themselves in journal- the affirmative side. The judges Deputy of LaGrange, Indiana, as i .; Virginia Doe Cuff, '35, D-.
o constitution which made the or- ism. Mrs. Brown is the wife of of the tryouts were: Dorothy Dan- housegut last weethe soiMoi Betty Hildreth Frank, '34 ,
To Nane 13 W en d ganization a national fraternity, Royal Brown, the author. Helen iels, '32, Gladys Baker, '33, and es Gram, ' heo hio Jackson; Mary Alice Frederick, '33,
Thirteen women will be npe eeeGa,'5 aeodOi
to fill the different p naed and on June 9 of the same year Chase Bulgin is known for her work Florence Hisock, '32. and Jane Kauffman, '35, Veteran' Grsse Pointe, Mich.; Mary Lou
the will be selected from a list o Beta chapter was installed at Iowa as an operatic coach, and Ruth This debate is an annual affair Wyoming'Gray, Erie, Pa.; Isabelle Kanter,
theywi be select om a l Wesleyan college, \t. Pleasant, Io- Sawyer Durand is recognized as one and is judged by some member of Delta Zeta. '35, Detroit; Margaret Jane Kimball
twenty-eight nominations made by wa. From thenceforth expansionI of the foremost writers of childrenDlt'eas'5 erot agae ae ibl
a committee, which includes Kath- wa rapid, sthanowthere are 5 toriessthe speech department. A cup is Delta Zeta wishes to announce 3, Citol Mich. Mary Ruth
erine Koch, Lois Sandler, '32, vice- waai,_otanwteer_2stre.g emt Platt 35, Dallas, Tex.; Rebecca,
eint, Ldis Jeney, '32, and chapters located in colleges and r---- presented to the winning team to the installation of Dr. and Mrs. Kline Pruett, '33, Frankfort, Ken-
resident, Edwina enney, '32, a universities all over the United .. be held for the following year. At Raphael Isaacs as patron and pa- tcky; Ruth Beatrice Robinson, D-
Burnette Bradley, '32, senior rep- States. Alpha Epsilon chapter was Hospital Librarian the present time Athena is in pos- I troness of the sorority. Miss Mary ktrot Barbara Fanny Rose, '34,
resentatives, and Dorothy Elsworth, established at the University of tession of the award. Gladys Bak- Dunnigan of Detroit was a guest of Clevland Ohio.
presidentean oroh EMichigan on February 10, 1920. AssertssiyofsServ er, '3, ae member of the women's the chapter last week-end. e D n t o or
The positions to be filled include Charter members were Elizabeth . . varsity debate team, will coach Gamma Phi Beta, be the a pteretig
reserecordin Cakes, Margaret Slater, H e 1 e n iV d1CJaI Eurpose Athena representatives. Gamma Phi Beta entertained athehouselo An Arbrnd
secretary, and treasurer of the Sprick, Florence Butler, Lisla Crit- Mrs. 0. C Diehl of Midland, Mich- Det ouA and
judic a y council (the two junior tenden, (Mrs. A. R.), Inez Rieger, "Prescribing books for sick pa- RESEARCH D O O R S - alumnae
judig ouil (the twolusirv Mabel Cowden, Mrs) R. W.), Mar-
hlolding office this year will servo e t uke hl, . tients is Miss Elizabeth Reeds ii O E T W M N!- -
Tickets for Senior Supper MuNs
Be Obtained by 5 o'Clock
The sale of caps and gowns, and
tickets for the senior supper which
has been going on all this week M
the main ballroom of the Leag '
will end this afternoon at 5 o'-
clock, according to an announce-
ment made by Burnette Bradley,
'82, chairman of the committee in
charge. The sale has been sponsor-
ed by the League and the proceeds
are to be turned over to the under-
graduate campaign fund.
The Senior women will wear their
caps and gowns for the first time
Monday night at the Senior Sup-
per which will take place in the
League. Lois Sandler, '32, has been
in charge of arrangements for the
Following the supper they will all
march through the campus, lead by
an honor guard made up of the
most outstanding women of the
Junior class. They will then return
to the League where they will be
the guests of the Junior Class at
he opening of the Junior Girls'
Pa,"No Man's Land,"
Tickets for the play may be ob-
tained by showing your senior sup-
1 Iper ticket at the box office. They
must be called forbby 5 o'clock this
again next year) , anc.Utwo
junior, and sophomore repr
tives to the board of direct
Additional names may be
on the list of nominationsi
tition bearing twenty signa
submitted. Some special qu
tions for the office of pr
must be changed, however,
candidate must have had at
year's experience on the b
As usual, the electionwill1
ducted by the judiciary coup
stringent regulations with
to caucusing will be enforc
violation of this ruling wil
in the disqualification of th
date and the house involve
voting or holding office.
if a pe-' T
tures is bee
as the wo
least a Del
oard of cer
be con- wh
icil, and aff
ed. -Any hai
1 result -
th Walker, Mary Chandler, Paul- usual job as librarian W he Mas
Sistig, Mildred Lawton, Cather- chusetts General Hospital at Bos-
Lillie Shulz, Enid Hough, Doro- ton," Fairfax Downey stated in an D, pdy Approves of Women
Ulbright and Theda Shaw Ho- article in the American magazine n Pharmacological Work.
he ideals of Alpha Xi Delta have for April. Women who have ability and in-
n best expressed by Anna Miller Before making a visit Miss Reed terest in the study of physiology
ote, national executive secretary is careful to regard the doctor's and biology have an open field in
the fraternity, in the following recommendation if he has any and pharmacology research, says Dr.
rds: "For what does Alpha Xi carefully considers the particular Eddy of the pharmacology research
ta stand? Briefly this: for sin- type of book suited to each condi- I department.
e development of character, for tion. She realizes that with read- Distinctive ability must be shown
h standard of scholarship, for ing begins a heatling process which before a wcman will be considered
ole-hearted interest in college supplements the doctor's care. for a teaching position, but there
airs, for right living in our chap- This librarian not only knows her is little discrimination between men
houses that health, peace, and books but is quick to know her pa- and women in the research field.
rmony may prevail, and for tients since she must introduce one At present a placement bureau
~~----~-I~to the other as two friends whom superintended b y Dr. Edmonds,
[ iWoek she is anxious to have congenial. head of the department is over-
odern Women Seek( She has been quite successful be- supplied with applicants. However,
.Ci . ;cause of her friendiy and cheerful Dr. Eddy believes this to be an ab-
Return of C nging personality and intuitive mind. noral condition, and he believes
e A stationary engineer with the i that with .the return of normal
Type, Says Miss Lee help of technical books that she tites opportunities will be offered
furnished him was able to obtain a intelligent women.
Modern women are fast learn- first-class license. She finds a great!-
the advantages of returning to I demand for the Bible among her Real and personal property in St.
clinging type of girl," says Lil- negro patients. She was even able Louis will be assessed this year at
n Lee, writing in the Outlook for to furnish a sailor with Einstein's about $1,249,500,000, a decrease of
rch. "Relativity" when he requested it. $7,000,000.
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NEEDS HARD WORK
Dr. Wolfe Says Common Tastes
More Necessary Than Love.
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"Common ground for social coop- Ma
eration and the willingness of each m
partner to share responsibility are ent-day "
more essential to a happy marriage bad effect
than love," says Dr. W. Beran selves and
Wolfe, Director of the Community world. Th
Church Mental Hygiene Clinic in ed equalit
New York. women ai
In an article in Forum, Dr. Wolfe ning to se
declares that you can make a go order was
of any marriage by avoiding ignor-
ance, competition, and romantic in- In the
fanticism, and using a little com- er marrig
mon sense and a small amount of used to be
a sense of humor. "Why,"
"Many more marriages would voice, "sh
turn out well if the contracting that they
parties acted as if love might be iences of
the reward of five or ten years of troubles?"
advantages of the pres-
equality" are having a
on both women them-
d the moral code of the
h.e feminists who advocat-
y and independence for
few years ago are begin-
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irst place there are few-
ges at present than there
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ould woman marry now
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Women's Rifle Teams
at Hawaii Defeat Men
Women at the University of Ha-
waii could teach our American co-
eds a thing or two. The women's
rifle team vanquished the Univer-
sity men's team by one point. The
men are organizing a Future Hus-
band's Protective League against
the feminine fusileers.
Nature," responds Miss L e e,
with a shrewd eye out for the fu-
ture of the race, so planned wom-
an's emotional make-up that she
cannot indulge in casual relation-
ships without its having a bad ef-
fect on her."
The independence of women is
having an undesirable effect on
men, too, thinks Miss Lee. They
either become spineless and depen-
dent themselves, or turn to the wo-
men who will be, or at least act,
dependent upon them.
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