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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEB. 18, 1938

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Ho0pe H arti g
Is Now Hol-der
OfPresi1eney
Petitions Should Be Left At
Undergraduate Office;
Council Activity Center
The Michigan League is the so-
cu I gathering piace for all women on
ca ipus. It corresponds to the Mich-
ig: : Union for the men. The League
is te center of all activities for
wc mn under the leadership of the
m nbers of the tndergraduate
Cc mdil.
'ix committees, namelythe social,
tVa re-arts, publicity, merit and or-
ie: nation, carry on the work of the
Lc i.gue. Second semester freshmen
ar d all students above are eligible
fo ' membership on these five corm-
mnttees if their marks fulfill the
University scholastic demand for
perticipation in extracurricular ac-
tivities. Women may be on more'
than one comittee if they so desire.
Petitions may be filed in the Under-
graduate Office of the League and
further information may be obtained
by calling Hope Hartwig, '38, presi-
dent of the League, at 23251.
Sixteen senior women make up the
Undergraduate Council. They are:I
the president; three vice-presidents;
secretary; treasurer; the presidents
of the Women's Athletic Association,

Women's Athletic
Association
The Women's Athletic Association
has as its purpose the promotion of
sportsmanship, cooperation a n d
leadership among the women on cam-
pus. Every woman is automatically a
member of the Association and may
go out for the various sports her first
semester in the Univesrity. The
W.A.A. is organized by having sep-
arate clubs for each of the sports,'
cuch as tennis, basketball, archery,
riding, etc. An executive board, con-
-isting of the officers of the Associa-
tion, is appointed by the retiring
members each year and by faculty
members in the physical education
department. Any woman with a C
jlus average may petition for one of
'he positions. The board meets twice
a month. The chief aim of the W.A.A.
at the present time is the promoting
of the swimming pool fund. Mary
Johnson, '38, is president of the or-
:anization. Her telephone number is
4441.
Mortarboard
Mortarboard is a national honorary
society for senior women. Member-G
ship is based upon good scholarship,
participation in extra-curricular ac-
tivitiesand personality. The organ-
ization has about 15 members at the
present time. Meetings are heldat
the League every two weeks. Elizabeth 1
Gatward, '38, is president of the so-
I ciety, which has as its purpose the
betterment of the campus.

League President

Panhellenic Association
The Panhellenic Association is a'
national organization of sorority
women. Two representatives from
each chapter house on campus make
up the executive board. Rushing rules
and sorority policies are decided by
this organization, which corresponds
to Assembly, the association of inde-
pendent women on campus. Meet-
ings are held bi-weekly at the League.
President of Panhellenic Association
this year is Harriet Shackleton, '38.
She may be reached by calling 2-
2547.

Women's Leaders

Assembly Theta Sigma Phi
Assembly is the organization on Theta Sigma Phi is a national hon-
campus for the independent Uomen, orary professional journalistic fra-
corresponding to Panhellenic Asso- ternity for women. Junior and senior
ciation, which is the organization for women in the Department of Journal-
sorority women. Assembly has as its ism who have a sufficiently high scho-
purpose the promoting of an interest lastic rating and have been recom-
in outside activities in the lives of mended by some professor in that de-
the independent women on campus. partment are eligible for membership.
The Assembly Board is composed Junior night editors for the women's
of 40 members, chosen by the petition page of the Daily are also eligible but
lystem for oustanding qualities of must receive special permission from
leadership, dependability and ambi- the national headquarters. The pur-
ion. The Board meets every month pose of the sorority is to further the
and keeps in contact with all inde-" "work of women in the nev spaper
oendent women through its 40 mom- fheld and in the world of writing in
hers. Helen Jesperson, '38. is presi- general. Meetings of a literary na-
Jent and may be called at 2-4561. tiue are held bi-monthly and social
meetings are sponsored at various
times throughout the semester.
Athenaiterary Society Theta Sigma Phi corresponds to
Athena is a women's speech society. Sigma Delta Chi, the men's honorarV
Meetings are held the first and third journalistic fraternity. Betty Strick-
Wednesday of every month. Sopho- toot, '38, is president and her tele-
mores and upperclassmen may be- p1o Ye number is 3718.

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he Leaue. eh oi thv pien to
wdn t yn aer, leat two anp a
aerges hf wrk et minor job is
iessa aofe the final petition-
Kappa Phi is a Methodist club,
limited to Methodist women stu-
dents who have at least a C plus
average. Rushing is held every se-
meser anld meeting eery other
and religious in nature. The motto

Ila Phi Epsilonii
Mu Phi Epsilon is the only na-
tional music honor society for women
cn campus. Qualification for elec-
tion to this society are a scholarship
rating in the upper quarter of the
juniol' class in the School of Music, a
minimum requirement of two years
of theory and one year of history of
music and a faculty recommendation
in the student's major subject. Trans-
fer students are not eligible until they
have completed at least one semester
in residence.
Activities include at least six mu-
sicales a year, at which members per-
frm. Meetings are held twice a.
month during the school year. The
objects of Mu Phi Epsilon are the
advancement of scholarship among1
American musicians, the mainten-
anece of national contest awards and
scholarship awards and the promo-
tion of fellowship and opportunity for
exchange of ideas among outstan(
ing music students. Helen Zbinden,
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anhellenic Association and Assern- I !r4i Co-Op House I Smith Dame liub ,
y; the chairmen of the five com- h
ittees mentioned above; the head The Girls Co-op House is for those Society An organization for the wives of
the Judiciary Council and the women who are sophomores or upper ! students and internes on campus is
omen's editor of The Michigan classmen and who fill the require- Senior Society, the honorary or- the Michigan1 Dames Club. The club
aily. ments of need, scholarship and per- ganization for independent senior meets the second and fourth Tues-
All University students are invited sonality. The purpose of the house is women, requires of its members a days of each month. There are nine Harriet Shackleton, '38, (top) is
highays of eachamonth. Tndrprare nine; president of Panhellenic Associa-
make themselves at home at the "to live together democratically, ec- high schoiatic aveae and prom- interest groups which meet onVe a ienr sof Panyewen, Asdocia-
eague, accordig to Miss Hartwig. onomically andpleasantly. inence in campus activities. Meetings month: art, athletic, book, bridge' n 'f(r sorority women and Helen
~agu, acoringto isspleaanty."1~s isn, 38,(below) is president
ireside gatherings are held every Any women desiring to live in the are held alternating Thursdays and child study, charm, drama, home erso8ide dentsrsn
riday and Saturday night, Sunday house may file applications at the a plan for service to the campus is making and music. Mrs. Roy Joyce is z ssemly, independ s organ-
ight suppers are being sponsored office of the Dean of Students or at olined every ya Tapping eld president4and may be reached by io.
r all who wish to attend, dancing the house itself. Seven hours of work at the conclusion of the League In- calling 8042.
Charlie Zwick is -held each week- weekly are expected and the members stailation Banquet in March. The or-
ad and the Library on the third floor do their own cooking, housecleaning, anizetski. presTdent is Angernne thehn
open every day in the week for all marketing and accounting. Twenty Maliszewski. Phi Tau Alpha Wyvern is the honor society for
omen students. women are now living in the housei Phi Tau Alpha is the honorary junior women. Its purpose is to pro-
and Emily Morgan, Grad., is presi- Alpha L inda !Delta Latin and Greek society. Intended mote friendship and cooperation be-
Ident. For additional information call Alpha Lambda Delta is a society for all students interested in partici- tween freshman and junior women.
InternationalACounCi 2-2218. established to honor those freshman pating in the study of the classics, the Membership is based upon personal-
Foreign students in the University women who attain a 2.47 average society meets twice a month. Pro- ity, scholarship and participation in
ve organized the International Cercie Francais during their first semester or during grams of many and diverse phases outside activities. Prospective mem-
ciorovniedheanmeum onex-iCecetheir first and second semesters com- pertinent to the fields of Latin and hers are "tapped" in the second se-
The principal purpose of Le Cercle b d Greek are presented: . ester of their sophomore year on in
ryng natns, an tastdese f Francai s is to acquaint the student InApril, 1937, 23 women of the Phi Tau Alpha has as 'its purpose Ithe first semester of their junior year.
uopndents in their contacts with the the French tongue and culture class of '40 were initiated. Shortly the furthering of the students' inter- Wyvern has a luncheon meeting once
after the advent of the second semes- est in his or her work and the pro- a month. Harriet Pomeroy, '39, is
niversity. through a series of lectures and semi-atertadvenup of ese dviding of a closer contact between president of the group this year.
Chairman of the Council is Nelson monthly meetings. .t mores whopofpfre raised their naaverage dr- side, clser cndtfe
uson, Grad., while the sponsor is The only necessary qualification mo their second semesteraera ucampus
rof. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counselor for membership in Le Cercle is that in.hi eodsmse ncmu
Foreign Students. Meetings are the prospective member be able I to will receive the ..mall gold pin, in the Scandinavian Club
eld twice weekly. carry on a conversation in French. shape of a candel, which is the Alpha
Allcomuniatins o L CecleLambda Delta symbol.,-For informa- The Scandinavian Student Club of
should be addressed to Prof. Rene tion call Ann Vicary at 5032. the University attempts to stimulate
Polonia Literary Circle Talamon, Room 200, Romance Lan- ~-~~~-~~-~-~~-~~interest in Scandinavian culturala-
Anivities and to foster friendshipsT
Founded 30 years ago by American guages building. 1,p la a ,A. P among the sudents of e indhvia
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come eligible by presenting a tryout
speech satisfactorily before the mem-
"ers. Each year Athena debates Al-
-ha Nu, men's speech society, on
-ome important question of the day.
Lillian Tolhurst is president of the
club.
IN atu ral Sciene Society
of China
The purpose of the Natural Science,
Society of China is to promote science
ind scientific achievement while pre-
venting its members with a better,
knoweldge of scientific conditions in
China.
Eligibility is determined by the stu-
lent's interest in promoting the wel-
fare of scientific achievement. Mem-
bership is based upon merit, scholas-
tic adaptability and the taking of in-
itiative to further the interests of sci-
ence and science as regards China
more particularly.
Activities include trips to points of
scientific interest, discussion groups
and research work. For further infor-
mation call P. C. Jen at 2-2483.
Beta Kappa Rho
Beta Kappa Rho is an organiza-
tion for women not living in a soror-
ity, dormitory or league house. So-
cial meetings are held monthly. Mary
Goodrich is president.
Eastern Society
Membership in Eastern Society is
limited to Chinese women on cam-
pus who have at least a bachelor's
degree. Candidates must have a high
scholastic standing and participate
in cultural activities. Meetings are
held monthly. For additional infor-
mation call the president, Bing Chung
Ling at 2-2218.

i Lam : ',, Theta
Xi chapter of Pi Lambda Theta,
national honorary educ 'tional so-
ciety, meets once a month en Mon-
day, Tuesday or Wednesday eve-
ning. Members are chosen from the
upper fourth of the class (averag-
ing a B plus rating) and must be
recommended by the faculty of the
School of Education. Mary Eliza-
beth Smith is president of the group.
Zeta Phi beta
For membership in Zeta Phi Eta,
national speech society, candidates
must be speech majors with a B
average or better, must be recom-
mended by a speech professor, and
must give a tryout speech satis-
factory to the members. Meetings
are held twice monthly and are
composed of programs and socials.,
President of the organization is Mar-
garet Lowry at 2-4561.
Congregational
Student Fellowship
The Student Fellowship of the First
Congregational Church is organized
to provide a social center for the 800
Congregational students and all
others who may be interested. Pil-
grim Hall, which is the student house,
is a meeting place, with Miss Mar-
garet Rottschaefer in special charge
of students activities.
The program of the Fellowship in-
cludes as a main feature, the Sunday
evening supper hour at six o'clock, fol-
lowed by a social program, devotionals
led by the students themselves and
discussions and addresses by promi-
nent speakers. Dances, sleigh rides,
picnics, and other recreational activ-
ities are held every two weeks:

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Poles, the Polonia Literary Circle has
as its purposes to give Poles a con-
genial meeting place, offer them an
opportunity to talk over their prob-
lc -s and, most important, to discuss
m iters of adjustment through an
i: alligent group with an under-
st uding of both American and Pol-
is: cultures.
Xn informal organization, the
Dc lnia Literary Circle is open to all.
i programs usually include speak-

Nippon Club
The Nippon Club is a social or-
ganization for Japanese at the
University of Michigan who were born
either in this country or Japan.
The purpose of the Nippon Club
is to prove assistance to Japanese and
to promote friendly relations be-
tween American and Japanese stu-
dents. Those interested should phone
Katsuzo Kuronuma at the Universityj

Alpha Alpha Gamma, national birth and descent.
cnorary sorority in architecture and Sponsored by Professors Eriksen
its allied arts, has as its goal the and Hansen of the Engineering Col-
fosteri g of an interest in various lege, the club holds meetings in the
foins of art. Students from the first and third weeks of each school
School of Architecture and of land- month at Lane Hall. Exact dates of
sc pe des -.ing, who are in the up- these meetings are announced in the
per one third of their class scholas- Daily Official Bulletin. Officers of the
cy. ;e ei 'le for membership. club include: Carl Johnson, president;
Meetings. held every two weeks, are Jens Jensen, vice-president; Betty
usually held in te homes of profes- I Nielsen, secretary-treasurer.

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W -. . I, Pysceil Clueb
All women majoring in physical
education are automatically members
of the Women's Physical Club, which
has as its purpose the promotion of
sportmn anship and participation in

Lutheran Student Club
The Michigan unit of the Lutheran
Studt Association of America di-
rects activity principally toward a
strengthening of religious affiliations
and assistance in the problems of the
religious life of the student.
The Association accepts any Lu-
theran student or faculty member as

Of Every Description

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outside activities on campus. Dorothy eligible for membership.iMeetings are
Gardner, '38, is presiden of the group held in the Zion Lutheran Parish Hall
and may be reached at 2-4561. every Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. Supper, social activities, and a
general forum are included.
Concerts, trips and radio pro;rams
are some of the things' which the i
members of the University Girls Glee The Disciple's Guild meets each
Club do during the school year. Regu- Sunday evening in the Church of
Ilar eligibility and a successful try- Christ, corner of Hill and Tappan.
out period are demanrded for mem- j It gathers for tea and a social hour
bership in this organization, which at 5:30 p.m. At 6:30 p.m. a forum
meets every Wednesday evening for discussion is held. During the pres-
one hour. Mary Morris_., '38, presi- Ient year the following subjects are
dent. may be called at 2-2591.- I under consideration: "Marriage,
Courtship, and Home Building," "Ex-
Al1 ha Kippa Alpha peiiments in Religious Living," and
Alpha Kappa Alphta i a nationl"Choosing a Vocation."
social sorority for colored women. Te I The social program of the Guild
consists of numerous Friday frolics
organization of the group is similar in addition to the Sunday evening
to that of any other social sorority of Social Hour. At Friday Frolics the
the University as its purpose. Meet- hurch is open for ping pong, shuffle
ings ae held the first and third Wedboad, and many other games. Each
nesdays in each month. Alice Niles.
nsc t i e semester other social events such as

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I she may be reached by calling 7024.
Kappa Beta Pi
Kappa Beta Pi is a legal sorority
for white women law students who
have at least a C average for the
first year's work in law. Meetings are

skating parties and toboggan parties
are also held.
The Guild House at 438 Maynard
Street is open to students at any time
land many social evenings are held
there. Mr. and Mrs. Pickerill are the
leaders of young people's work.

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