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History of Sororities
[By Margaret O'Brien]
Although it was founded in the symbols across it, but this was
south, Delta Gamma has granted changed i4 1879 to a large gold an-
almost no charters in that region, chor, which was customarily worn
and it was not until recently that it at the throat. The present pin is


1 In the days long before the ex-
tent of the universe was ever
WEU1 dreamed of, some dreamy Babylon-
ian in his mud brick house had the
nmnitte Names Nominees for colossal conceit to imagine that the
Five Positions on stars in their courses had an influ-
ence on the lives of his fellow
Central Board. Babylonians, and from su'ch simple
---.beginnings much of the superstition
ISS LLOYD TO SPEAK ( of modern times has sprung.
Evangeline Adams, the most cele-
Counil ill ondctprated of all modern astrologers,
liciary Council Will Conduct has established by her accuracy
Meeting; to Be Held in and apparent sincerity a flourish-
Lydia Mendelssohn. ing practice that the court seers of
the middle ages well might envy.
i She has, testifies the Christian Cen-
etionsor the cJnrals o - tury, made America from its busi-
of the 1933 Junior Girls' Play nes38 magnates to its housewives,
be held at 4:15 o'clock, on Wed- star-conscious.
day, April 20, in the Lydia Men- Whether by sheer guesswork, in-
sohn theatre, according to Sal- tuition, inside knowledge, or actual
occult power of perception, Miss
Ensminger, 32. Adams /has prophesied accurately
Nominate Five Positions. the outbreak of the world war, the
ominations for the five positions stock market crash of 1928, and the
-e been submitted, and are as deaths of many an important per-
ows: for general chairman, son. Her personal and group horo-
nces Manchester and Ruth Rob- scopes have spread the length and
)n; assistant chairman, Marion breadth of the Fnited States, with
.dings and Alta Place; chairman the result that she is now able to
finance, Elizabeth Cooper and charge $50 for a single consultation.
,h Lovejoy; chairman of proper- Around her whirl numerous satel-
Ruth Kurtz and Annie McIn- lites, whose total incomes are stag-
and for chairman of pro- gering, and whose influence on
ms, Prudence Foster and Cor- the supposedly hard-boiled Yankee
e Fries. minds is amazing and significant.

Negotiations Are Being Carri
on With Noted Orchestras
for League Party.

ed Sen





Performance at Annual
Senior Supper.

ese names were submitted by
mmittee consisting of the two
omore representatives on the
d of directors, Ruth Duhme and
on Giddings, with the addition
ae other sophomore whom they
e, Frances Manchester. Furth-
ominations may be made from
floor, although all proposed
idates must be eligible.
To Choose Committee.
ter the election of the central
nittee, the successful candi-
s will choose a general com-
e which includes a chairman
tumes, two chairmap of danc-
chairman of music, chairman
ublicity, and a Daily assistant,
rman of ushers, and chairman
akeup. Some of these will be
e this spring, other additions
g made in the fall.
I members of the class should
ad the meeting, which will be
essed by Miss Alice C. Lloyd,
i of women, Jean B3otsford, '33,
rman of this year's play, and
e Ensminger, '32, chairman of
judiciary council. Miss Botsford
explain the requirements for
various offices, and will tell
ething of the work of the dif-
at committees, and Miss Lloyd
speak on eligibility.
Judiciary Council Assists.
he elections will be conducted
the judiciary council, whose
bers include Betty Ioudon, '32,
Jane Inch, '32, ana Margaret
rmack, '33, and Mary Barnett,l

Sigma Kappa
Sigma Kappa entertained Wed-
nesday evening at a formal dinner.
Among the eight guests honored at
the affair was Mrs. Arthur Wood,
one of the patronesses. Sweet peas
of pastel shades and lavender tap-
ers decorated the tables for the
Kappa Delta
A dinner was given Tuesday night
by the members of Kappa Delta
sorority in honor of the women
having leads in the Junior Girls'
Play which included: Mary Phillips.
Vinselle 13artlett, Betty Van Horn,
Virginia Koch, and Eleanor Riker.
Orchid was the predominating color
in the decorations.
An election of officers for the
coming year was held at the Kappa
Delta house on Monday evening
with the following results: Presi-
dent, Leonore Snyder; Vice-Presi-
dent, Eleanor Riker; Secretary,
Margaret Keal; Treasurer, Alice
Reek; Editor, Annetta Dickhoff.
Zeta Tau Alpha
An informal dance will be given
at the house Saturday night, April
23. Mrs. Mary E. Tuller will act as
chaperone for the affair.
Betsy Barbour

Tickets for the first annual}
League dinner dance, which will beI
held on April 30 in the main ball-
room of the League, will go on sale
immediately after spring vacation,E
according to Evelyn Neilson, '33,
general chairman. They will be
priced at $4.50, the ice including
the cost of two dinners, and the
dancing afterwards.-.
Plans for the affair are rapidly
getting under way, Miss Neilson
stated. Negotiatiohs are being car-
ried on with several well known
orchestras, one of which has ac-
quired a national broadcasting,
reputation, and the final choice will
be made at a near date.
In addi'tion to liss Neilson, the
central committee for the dance
includes Josephine Timberlake, '32,
assistant chairman, Ruth Kurtz, '34,
treasurer, Helen Mason, '34, chair-
man of music, Elsie G. Feldman, '33,
chairman of tickets, Mary O'Brien,
'35, chairman of decorations, Kath-
erine Ferrin, '32, chairman of floor,
Anne Mitchell, '35, chairman of
food, and Katherine McGregor,
chairman of publicity.
The dance, which will be formal,,
is a project initiated. this year to
replace the traditional Mardi Gras,
which was held last December in
conjunction with the Sophomore
Cabaret. The proceeds will be turn-
ed over to the Undergraduate Cam-
paign fund, to help defray the
annual undergraduate pledge.
The ticket sale will be limited to
women, as the affair will be carried
out on the plan of the Panhellenic
ball, although there will be no dis-
crimination in favor of sorority
,StudentsMake Effort
to Know Instructors
Studehts at Cornell University
are making an effort to bridge the
gap between themselves and their
professors by inviting some faculty'
member to dine at their, houses
.once each week.
The Cornell Daily Sun is encour-
aging this idea on several grounds.
Among other things, the discus-
sions, taking an educational twist,
open up new fields and channels of
thought to the specializing under-
"Most of the professors eagerly
grasp such an opportunity to get
acquainted with representative un-
dergraduates. The house members
have the enjoyment of association
with slected professors," remarks
the Sun in further commendation
of the plan.

"Manuscripts for the annual sen- decided to expand into that section a white enameled anchor, unjewel-
for play, which is presented as a of the country at all. The scene of ed, except for upper-classmen and
part of the traditional senior break- the founding of the fraternilty was alumnae. "
fast should be submitted byMay the Oxford institute, in the Lewis The pledge pin is a small white
10, at least," stated Lois Sandler, school, at Oxford, Mississippi, on enameled gold shield, with the let-
'32, who is in charge of the break- January 4, 1874. ters Pi Alpha inscribed on it. The
fast arrangements. It should be a The charter members of Delta colors are bronze, pink and blue,
one-act preferably, although two Gamma were Eva Webb Dodd, Mary and the flower is the cream colored
short acts will be accepted. Comfort Leonard, and Anna Boyd rose. There isno open motto.
The play should deal with some Illington, and when the first north- The altruistic work of Delta
aspect of campus, if possible. It ern chapter was placed at Franklin Gamma has been carried on since
will be presented with a cast of sen- I colege, in Indiana in 1379, at the its founding. During the World
for women as a part of the break- instigation oi Mr. George Banta, a War, $30,000 was raised for the
fast ceremonies. The breakfast Phi Delta Theta, he was made the care of Belgian children, in a na-
will be held sometime near the and first and only male member of the tion-wide drive. A policy of student
of May, and is the last function organization. loan funds has also been carried
which the senior women attend in out, and more than $50,000 has been
a body. The extension policy has been made available for needy women
"If a suitable original manuscript highly conservative, and there are students to complete their college
is not submitted, some other pl at present forty-five chapters, four education. Although preference is
will be selected for presentation," of which are loca ed in Canada. given to Delta Gammas, women
said Miss Sandler. "However, we There are no national central of- with other fraternal connections
would much prefer an original play vices, but the fratermty is divided are not excluded.
with a campus background." into seven provinces, each under The local chapter of the fraterni-
the guidance of a secretary. The locaiher of the fa) i
national officers are the president, (Continued on Page 6.)
two vice-presidents, the secretary- .
editor, and a treasurer. . ATHENA AND ZETA
The Anchora, the fraternity pub- PHI E TA TO MEE T
lication, is issued four times a year,
OUTDOO R PROG AMIiand has been in existence almost Neces.ty for Social Sororities
sincwasthfounding. The originalessndyFrterti
---pin was a gold H- with the Greek and Fraternities Will


Open Practice to Be Held From
4 to 6 o'Clock Daily
for Coaching.

Miss Emily White Gains Position
as Section Chairman at
Recent Convention.
Dr. Margaret Bell u was elected
as vice-president and Miss Emily
White, of the physical education
department, was named section
chairman of the Mid-West Society
of College Directors at the conven-
tion held at Columbus, Ohio last
Miss Dorothy Beise, of the physi-
cal education department, read a
paper on "The Administrative Use
of Brace's Motor Ability Tests,"
which was very well accepted. Miss
White talked on "The Necessity of
the Experience in Rhythm." In con-
cluding her talk Miss White said,
"If rhythm is a vital factor in all
life, if rhythm is a part of our
motor make-up, if it is a common
element in Physical Education ac-
tivities, if there is no efficient
or beautiful co-ordination without
rhythm and if transfer can be more
easily effected through the medium
of rhythm, then training in rhyth-
mic response and movement assures
a singularly important function.


Gracefulness Remains
Most Desired Featurel

Beginning the spring intramural I SYRACUSE, N. Y., April 6.-Fem-
program the baseball tournament ini'ty and gracefulness are still the
will commence the week after most desired features of the mod-
ern girl, according to the results of
spring vacation, April 13, when a questionnaire presented to the
teams will hold practice at Palmer students of Syracuse university.
Field. Long or bobbed hair, a minimum
Open practice will be held from 4 of makeup, and abstinence from
to 6 o'clock Monday, Tuesday Wed- tobacco and alcohol were listed as
the most important attributes of
nesday, Thursday, and Friday. Any the ideal girl.
team desiring practice will get Drinking, even in moderation,
coaching and competition every was classed as particularly undesir-
day able because of its harmful effect
on the health, which in turn was

Be Debated.
Preparation for the annual de-
bate between teams representing
the two women's forensic societies,
Zeta Phi Eta and Athena, will con-
tinue during the vacation- The
debate is to be held on April 26.
The question which is being de-
bated this year is: "Resolved, that
social sororities and fraternities
should be abolished at the Univer-
sity of Michigan." Athena will have
the affirmative side of the proposi-
tion and Zeta Phi Eta will have the
The women who will represent,
Athena are: Carol Hart, grad., El-
eanor Blum, '34, and Lucille Old-
nam, '32. Elva Pascoe, '32, Maribel
Smith, '34, and Ethel Howard, '35,
will speak for Zeta Phi Eta.

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The round robin will commence
pril 25. Games may be played at
o'clock and at 5 o'clock every aft-
rnoon. Four fields will be avail-
ble, so that eight teams may be
laying at the same time.
Each team will play three other
eams which meet at the same
our. Those winning two out of a
)ossible three games will enter the
traight elimination. Each organ-
zation must be represented by six
'omen, the minimum number for
L team.
Athletic managers will meet
Vednesday, April 20, to discuss3
aseball, golf, tennis, and archery.
'hey must be prepared to give the
ime preferences for their repre-
entative houses.
0 lowe rs
-a compliment
~ ~ d.e ~

said to be responsible for their


embers of the board of di- An informal dinner was held last
will help in counting bal- night for members of the cast and
aucausing of any sort is the central committee of the Junior
prohibited, any violations Girls' Play. MiriamtRoot was social
rule subjecting the offender chairman.
r whole house to disqualifi- Delta Omicron
from voting or holding of- Delta Omicron, national musical
sorority, held its formal initiation
Sunday afternoon in the League
. U. W. PLAN TO chapel. The following women be-
,D BENEFIT TEA came members of the chapter:
______Dorothy Benjamin, '32SM, Detroit,
Michigan; Elizabeth Walz, '35SM,
s to Aid Fellowship Fund Saginaw, Michigan; Lois Zimmer-
National Organization. man, '35SM, Detroit, Michigan.


More than a gift--

Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
Frederick B. Fisher
Peter F. Stair
10:30 A. M.-Morning 'Worship.
7:30 P. M.--Evening Worship.
(Rotary Club Service)
(Men to be scatcd in auditorium-
women in balcony)
Both sermons by Dr. Fisher.

for any and

all occasions


mbers of the Junior American
iation of University Women
>lanning to hold a benefit
e on April 30 at 2:30 o'clock at
tome of Mrs. L. W. Oliphant in_
)n Hills.
airman for the bridge are as
,vs: General chairman, Mrs.
e Rittershofer; refreshments,
Alta B. Atkinson; tickets, Miss
thy Ogborn; publicity, Miss
'aret R uat h Smith ; tll'ies,
s, and rules, Mrs. Donald Mc-
reception and invitations,
Franklin Kuenzel; entertain-
,Miss Anna Dunlap; and
portation, Miss Ruth Merrick.
e money received from this
e will be sent to the fellowship
of the National A.A.U.W. Any-
desiring a table shoul: ma
ngements as soon as possible-

nothing can express your true
sentiments quite like flowers.
Birthdays, weddings, anniver-

Sou do not have

to spend 60c





saries, sickness and many other
occasions demand the sending of
beautiful floral greetings.
We endeavor at all times to
render the best service possible.


on Sunday.


over 60c Free!



Cor. East University Ave. & Oakland
Rabbi Bernard -I,.er, Director
Philip Bernstein, Assistant to the
Services will be resumed after vaca-
Students who wish to have Seder and
other Passover meals at the Foun-
dation are urged to send in their
reservations as soon as possible to
Philip Bernstein.

State and Huron Streets
E. W. Blakeman, Director
Sunday, April 10, 1932
We invite all our students to remem-
ber the Spring Parley directed by
an all-campus committee and fif-
teen professors to discuss "Life
Philosophies," April 23 and 24 at
at Michigan Union.
12 M. Class.
6:00 P. M.-Guild Meeting. An in.
formal discussion on "Christian
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty St.
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Sunday, April 10, 1932
9:30 A. M.-Service in German.
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:45 A. M.-Morning Worship.
"A Testimony of Jesus Concern.
ing Himself."
No student meeting this Sunday and
following Sunday.
Washington Street and 5th Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible School Lesson
topic: "How Sin Begins."
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship
with sermon by the Rev. W. G.

Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Alfred Lee Klaer, Associate Minister
9:30 A. M.-Bible Study Class for
Freshmen Students at the Church
10:45 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon: "Character is Catching."
12:00 Noon-Discussion for Upper-
classmen in Ethical Issues in Cur-
rent Events.
5:30 P. M.-Social lour for Young
6:30 P. M.--Young People's Met-
ing. Play given by members of the
Hoover Sunday School.
E. Hury, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for
9:30 A. M.-Church School. Mr.
Watt, Superintendent.
10:45 A. M.-Dr. G. G. Crozier of
Assam, East India will speak.
5:30 P. M.-Social and Devotional
6:30 P. M.-Arthur Bernhart will
be the speaker.
409 S. Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular Morning
Service. Sermon topic: Are Sin,
Disease and Death Real?

216 4th Avenue

122 East Liberty Street

Phone 6215





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South Fourth Avenue
Theodore R. Schmale, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible School.
f .(n A '.A TA- . . [t .IF


11:45 A. M.-Sunday School follow-




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