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May 17, 1932 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-05-17

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SONT History o®lSoror fes nUNIE
''Alpha Phi. PI BETA PHI
Alipha Phi will entertain Sorosis___ _B r t r
In an exchange dinner Tuesday, [By Margaret O'Brien] gt h ooisnosaet iC
oe to the pria Ps siousearwhilet Although Pi Beta Phi did not take trict school at Sugarlands is also
ohe jtno the Ahatr i hoe whie its present name until 1888, it was supervised.
Ghe juniors of the latter go to the Flosisadla ud n
Sorosis house founded as early as April 28, 1867, dudeafve hundre dollar anal
Spring flowers will be used for at Monmouth college, Monmouth, graduate fellowship for graduate
lecorations. Illinois, under the name of I. C. study, which is drawn from a fel-
Alpha Phi is entertaining the Sorosis. Thus although it ante- tdwhic dwn from a fel-
nothers of the members living in rSrss hs lhuhi ne lowship endowment fund, and is ai
snn Arbor at dinner Thursday dated Kappa Alpha Theta, which awarded each year. There is also
ight. Mrs. Arthur Brown, Mrs. was founded in 1870, it was not a n Unergraduate Loan fund which the smartest
Ienderson, Mrs. Rose, and Mrs. Greek letter sorority in the strict- The Balfour cup and the Stool- S ng Xt
3race will be the guests. estt sense of the word until 1888. mQn vase are warded annually to d
Alpha Phi entertained at a for- The founders were Libbie Brook the two chapters which best meet Ski ... UN
nal dinner dance Friday night. (Gaddis), Clara Brownlee (Hutch- their responsibilities to their col- nes t
Spring flowers were used as decora- inson), Emma Brownlee (Kilgan) lcges their national organization
ions. Ada Bruen (Grier), Nancy Black
Kappa Kappa Gamma. (Wallace), Jennie Horne (Turn- Continued on Page 6)
Miss Lila Swift of Wellesly Hills, bul), Ina Smith (Soule), Margaret
Mass., who is returning home from Campbell, Fannie Whitenack (Lib-
Caribbean cruise, spent the week- bey), Rosa Moore, Jennie Nicol, and N T R A ATw-
nd as guest at the Kappa Ka pniehv Thompson. -
ssmm house, visiting her niece, The warextension pohicy hes tenided Nv T E R C L A 7S *
/ish Phyllis Swift of New York city. toward rapid growth, and there are J
Alpha Gamma Delta. at present seventy-eight chapters,
Alpha Gamma Delta entertained three of these being located in Can-
V'iss Julia Giser and Mrs. Thorborg . ada. Th local chapter is the Mich- ED\TTHS
wenson, the National Inspector yigan Beta chapter, and was chart- .
nd National Building Chairman as ered in 1888. Archery.
eek-end guests. The Pi Phi badge is a golden ar- Because of the weather one
Saturday evening. a Founder's row, and may be jeweled or unjew- week's extension will be made for
Jay banquet was held. Red and cled. It bears the Greek letters, shooting the qualifying round score
uff roses and candles of the same inscribed transversely on the feath- in the archery tournament. Score
olors were used for decorations. er. The pledge pin is a gold arrow- cards may be secured from the ma-
Sunday four women from the head with the Greek letter Beta on tron at the desk of the Women's
Michigan State chapter were enter- it. The colors are wine and silver Athletic building.
ained. A blue, and the flower is the wine car- Golf.
Alpha Delta Pi. Onation.one score for the first nine holes "ANN ARBOR'S SMARTEST F
Alpha Delta Pi is entertaining <The work of the fraternity is car- of the University of Michigan golf
our guests at a rushing dinner T ied on by a Grand Council and a course must be turned in by 12 o'-
Vednesday night. Spring flowers standing committee, the chapters clock today to Miss Ruth Hassing- SUBSCRIBE TO THE MIC
vith blue and white tapers are to being grouped geographically into er.
e used for decorations. lcster Vail, who will co-star with Violet Heming, in "There's Always provinces, each having a president -- ------ --------
Alpha Xi Delta. Juliet," which will open the Dramatic Festival next week, has also made who works with the central organ- -
The seniors of Alpha Xi Delta a name for himself as a popular leading man on the screen. ization. The publication, "The Ar-
vere entertained at the Annual row," is issued four times a year.
The major project of the philan-
choarsoip bre Kfast Snday T 'ABOUT ONE-THIRA OF SENIORS KNOW thropic work is the Pi Beta Phi set-
eniors were also entertained at LESS THAN THE AVERAGE FR ESHMAN*l feuers.hItlis aintainefrt W e "reTGeine to W /ear
Linner Friday evening by the Ann --- ----- he T o 0ino W ear
#rborAlumn. Thedinne was iv- founders. It is maintaned for the c
ror Alumn The dinner was giv- Albert Wiggam Sees Unexpected entirely with general averages but education of mountaineer childrenI
The chapter announces t h e Distribution of Knowledge it reveals that many college stud- and has grown rapidly since its es-
ledging of Charlotte Anderson of AmoeStudents. ents believe that a parapet is a tablishment in 1910. At present, it
Manchester, New Hampshire; and Among College tropical bird and that assiduous includes more than fifty acres of
means foolish. land, and ten well equipped build-
itty Rucker, Grosse Pointe. "Almost exactly one-third of the Another interesting fact brought ings, one of which is a complete
An informal spring dance was seniors know less than the average out by these examinations is that small hospital unit. The executive
ield Saturday night. Mrs. Wendell freshman, and almost exactly one- students in some colleges can an- staff consists of eleven or more
Moore and Dr. and Mrs. C. D. third of the freshmen know more swer twice as many questions as members each year. In addition to
horpe were chaperones. than the average senior," says Al- students in other colleges. i the Gattinsburg settlement, a dis-

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