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Honor Groups
Plan Activities
For This Year
Qualificatins For Admittance
To Campus Societies Stated;
Students Are Urged To .Join'
(Contitued from Page 1)
average and an interest in activities
is your ticket for entrance to this se-
lected group.
PHI BETA KAPPA
Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest of all
Greek letter secret societies, was or-,
anized at the College of William and,
Mary on December 6, 1776. The belief,
of the founders that a knowledge of
he basic laws which govern the uni-
arse is necessary to good living was
_,flected both in their motto and in
the character of their meetings.
The Michigan chapter was founded
1907. Keeping in mind the purpose
of the Society, the recognition and
encouragement of scholarship and
cultural interests, the Student Elec-
tions Committee makes a careful
study of the entire University record
of each possible candidate with a view
t9 determine as far as is humanly
possible the student's standing both
schojostically and as a citizen. The
standards set are high and the rela-
tively small numbers of new members
elected each year bears witness to
the care with which they are ob-
served.
PHI ETA SIGMA
The society of Phi Eta Sigma was
tounded for the purpose of giving rec-
ognition to the work of outstanding
freshmen and to serve as encourage-
vnt for the continuance of good
firstyear records.
Eligibility for membership is based
OU cholarship. Any male student who
receives a grade average equal to or
above half A and half B during his
first semester may become a member,
pad those who do not meet this re-
9iremnent the first semester may be-

come eligible at the end of the year
by attaining the half A and half B
average.
PHI KAPPA PHI
Phi Kappa Phi, national honors so-
ciety, has as its motto "The Love of
Learning Rules the World." Organ-
ized to provide an honor society dedi-
cated to the unity of democracy of
education and open to honor students
of all departments of American uni-
versities and colleges, the society's
prime object is to emphasize scholar-
ship and character in the thought of
college students, to hold fast to the
original purpose for which institu-
tions of learning were founded and
to stimulate mental achievement by
the prize of membership.
Members are chosen during either
the first or second semester of their
senior year. Outstanding faculty men
also are invited into membership. The
Society provides several scholarship
for which members are eligible, issues
its own journal, holds banquets twice
annually and actively assists its
members in every way possible. Mem-
bers are chosen by a faculty commit-
tee for scholarship, contributions to
the University and activities.j
PHI LAMBDA UPSILON
Phi Lambda Upsilop is a national
honorary chemical society. Member-
ship consists of senior and graduate
chemists and chemical engineers,
elected on the basis of scholarship.
The society sponsors an award each
year to the high ranking junior
chemist and chemical engineer.
PI LAMBDA THETA
Xi chapter of Pi Lambda Theta,
national honorary educational soci-
ety, meets once a month on Monday,
Tuesday or Wednesday evening.
Members are chosen from the upper
fourth of the class (averaging a B
plus rating) and must be recom-
mended by the faculty of the School
of Education.
ALPHA ALPHA GAMMA
Alpha Alpha Gamma, national
honorary society in architecture and
its allied arts, has as its goal the fos-
tering of an interest in various forrrs
of art. Students from the School of
Architecture and of landscape design,
who are in the upper one-third of
their class scholastically, are eligible
for membership. Meetings, held every

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ETA KAPPA NU
Eta Kappa Nu is a national elec-
trical engineering fraternity founded
for the purpose of closer cooperation
among, and mutual benefit to, stu-
dents and others in the profession
who by their attainments in college
or in practice manifest exceptional
interest and market ability in elec-
trical engineering.
PHI TAU ALPHA
Phi Tau Alpha is the honorary
Latin and Greek society. Intended for
all students interested in participat-
ing in the study of the classics, the
society meets twice a month.
Phi Tau Alpha has as its purpose
the furthering of the student's inter-
est in his or her work and the provid-
ing of a closer contact between stu-
dent, classmates and professor.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
Alpha Lambda Delta is a society
established to honor those freshman
women who attain a 3.47 average
during their first semester or during
their first and second semesters com-
bined. Those who make the organiza-
tion receive the small gold pin, in
the shape of a candle, which is the
Alpha Lambda Delta symbol.
KAPPA KAPPA PSI
Nu chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi,
national honorary band fraternity
chooses its members on the basis of
scholarship, leadership and musical
ability.
PHI EPSILON KAPPA
Phi Epsilon Kappa is the only na-
tional physical education fraternity
in the United States. It functions to
inculcate the principles of Peace,
Friendship and Brotherly Love; to
promote and enhance the happiness'1
of its members and to elevate the
standard, ideals and ethics- for pro-
fessionals engaged in teaching physi-
cal education.
Kappa Chapter was founded here
in 1925. Membership is open to those
students of health and physical edu-
cation above freshman standing who
through scholastic rating, profession-
al ability and character show promise
of furthering the ideas of the frater-
nity. Meetings are held bi-monthly.
MIMES
Mimes is the men's honorary dra-
matic society, founded in 1912 to pro-
vide for the continuation of the
Michigan Union Opera as well as to
provide entertainment at Union func-
tions.
Participating in a Mimes show is
required for membership. There will
be a call for tryouts as soon as plans
for a production are completed. No-
tices of meetings, which are held in
the Union, will be announced in the
Daily Official Bulletin.
THETA SIGMA PHI
Theta Sigma Phi is a national hon-
orary professional journalistic fra-
ternity for women. Junior and senior
women in the Department of Jour-
nalism who have a sufficiently high
scholastic rating and have been rec-
ommended by some professor in that
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ship. The purposes of the soro ity is
to further the work of women in the
newspaper field and in the world of
writing in general.
QUARTERDECK SOCIETY
Quarterdeck Society is an honorary
invitational society of the Depart-
ment of Naval Architecture and Ma-
rine Engineering, College of Engin-
eering. One of the oldest engineering
societies on this campus, it was
formed in 1909.
At present there is being formed
under the guidance of the society, a
sailing club whose membership will
be open to all who are or want to be-
come acquainted with the ways of
the wind and the water.
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA
Alpha Kappa Delta is an honorary
sociology society with chapters in the
University of Southern California
and the University of Michigan. Its
purpose is to promote interest in so-
cial research and social work.
Second semester juniors, seniors
and graduate students are eligible
for membership. The requirements
are five hours in sociology and a high
B average in all academic work. The
club meets monthly.a
TAU SIGMA DELTA
Tau Sigma Delta is an interna-
tional honorary fraternity in archi-
tecture and the allied arts. Its aim
is to produce men fit for the profes-
sion of professional training and their
concept of the duty toward society on
the part of architects.
SCABBARD AND BLADE
Basis for election of members into
Scabbard and Blade is now simulta n-
eous with admittance into the ac-
vanced R.O.T.C.
ENGINEERINGf
Iota Alpha is a society whose aim
is to stamp approval on meritorious
work of engineering students, to
stimulate young alumni and like ob-
jectives.
The local chapter, authorized in
1925, was the second in the new na-
tional organization that was formed
at New York University in 1919.
SIGMA XI is a national honorary
scientific fraternity with over 100
chapters and clubs at various univer-
sities.
TAU BETA PI is the national sen-
ior engineering honor society similar
to Phi Beta Kappa in the Literary
College. It represents the highest
honor accorded to an engineer.
MU PHI EPSILON
Mu Phi Epsilon is the only national
music honor society for women on
campus. Qualification for election to

this society are a scholarship rating
in the upper quarter of the junior
class in the School of Music, a minii-
mum requirement of two years of
theory and one year of history of
music and faculty recommendation in

the student's major subject. Transfer
students are, not eligible until they
have completed at least one semester
in residence.
THE BARRISTERS
This is an honorary law society
formed at the University of.Michigan
Lav aSchool in 1904.. The purpose is
succinctly stated to be the "social and
professional advancement of its
members and of the law school." It
also seeks to give recognition to those
law students whom it considers out-
standing by its selection of them to
membership.
SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
SCALP AND BLADE is a social or-
ganization for the promotion of social
entertainment and educational recre-
ation for college men from Buffalo,
N.Y. The Michigan chapter is one of
the oldest and most active chapters
of the fraternity.
MICHIGAN DAMES CLUB is an
organization for the wives of students
and interns on campus.
THE HIAWATHA CLUB which
numbers about forty members, was
organized in the fall of 1935. Its pur-
pose is to foster a feeling of good-will
and friendship among Upper Penin-
sula men who are students at the
University of Michigan.
ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA is a social
organization for former Girl Scouts,
Girl Reserves -and Campfire Girls.
LANGUAGE
CERCLE FRANCAIS has as its
purpose the acquaintance of the stu-
dent with the more familiar aspects
of the French tongue and culture
through a series of lectures and semi-
monthly meetings.
The only necessary qualification
for membership in Le Cercle Francais
is that the prospective member be
able to carry on a conversation in
French.
LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA aims
to provide a ipeans for students to
hear and speak Spanish and to ac-
quaint them with Spanish-American
culture. Any student who has ful-
filled the University requirements
and is interested in Spanish culture
is eligible.
RELIGIOUS
HILLEL FOUNDATION of the
B'nai Brith aims to provide a social
and cultural center for students. Al-
though it emphasizes Jewish values,
its facilities are open to all students.
KAPPA PHI is a Methodist club
limited to Methodist women students
who have at least a C plus average.
The motto of the club is "Every mem-
ber is a leader in the church tomor-
row."
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE organiza-
tion at the University of Michigan
holds its services every Tuesday eve-
nings at 8:15 o'clock in the Chapel of
the Michigan League Building.
WESTMINSTER GUILD at the
University of Michigan offers a varied
program to students of Presbyterian
membership and affiliation.
OUTDOORS
LES VOYAGEURS is a local organ-
ization intended to promote interest
in promoting social and intellectual
intercourse among its members.
lIembership is limited to 20, but is
not restricted to any special school or
college.
THE OUTDOOR*CLUB is recrea-
tional. Its activities include cross-
country hikes and swimming parties.
It is open to all undergraduate or
graduate students and to all members
of the faculty.
FOREIGN STUDENTS
PHILIPPINE - MICIGAN CLUB
has as its purpose the fostering of a
spirit of fellowship among the Phil-
ippine students on the campus and
to get them acquainted with Amer-
ican students as well as those from
other countries. One need only be en-
rolled here to be eligible.
EASTERN SOCIETY membership
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.
CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB is
open to all Chinese students regis-
tered in the University.
SCANDINAVIAN CLUB of the Uni-
versity attempts to stimulate interest

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and to foster friendships among. the
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descent.
'SPECIAL ORGANIZATIONS
LAWYERS LIBERAL CLUB was
organized in 1934 and provides the
members of the law school with a
forum at which they may discuss cur-
rent social, economic, and political
problems. In keeping with its name,
the Liberal Club opens its member-
ship to all regardless of whether they
are called "conservatives" or "lib-
erals".
TOASTMASTERS "conceived in
frivolity, nurtured in good-fellowship,
dedicated to the cultivation of wit
and the graces of a gentleman," was
formed in 1897 and is the oldest
honor society on the University of
Michigan campus.
TAU EPSILON RHO, international
Jewish legal fraternity, seeks to pro-
mote among its members deeper

grasp of the problems of the law stu-
dent and a broader approach for pro-
f essional life.
GLIDER CLUB provides active
contact with instruction in gliding
and soaring. No previous flying ex-
perience is necessary.
FORESTRY CLUB is the only or-
ganization in the School of Forestry
and Conservation. Membership is
open, to faculty members, 'ilumni
Forestry school students and pre-
forestry students.
LAWYERS CLUB is a residence
club and dormitory for male students
in good standing in the Law School.
Any male student eligihle for admis-
sion into the Law School may apply
for membership.
SCIMITAR has as its purpose to
sponsor fencing and encourage fenc-
ing competition on -he Michigan
campus. Requirements for member-
ship are an unanimous vote of the
active members on the basis of ability
and sportsmanship plus eligibility.

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