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Dean Jordan Lntej
Two hundred and twenty-eight fac-
ulty children will be the guests of
honor at the annual party which Dean'
Myra B. Jordan will give Friday aft-
ernoon, June 4, in Barbour gymna-
Dean Jordan's first party was given
in May, 1903, for 55 children; since
then there have, been 17 parties and
the number of guests has swelled to
Party frame 3 to 6
The children are invited to stay
from 3 to 6 o'clock, and not one of
them is ever seen leaving before that
time. Regrets are rarely Ireceived
in answer to Dean Jordan's invita-
JUNIOR ADVISER WORK~
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Plans for Junior Adviser work for
next year were discussed at a meet-
ing of sophomore girls held yesterday
afternoons at Barbour gymnasium.
Dean Myra B. Jordan gave a short'
talk on the origin and purpose of
the junior adviver system which was
[begun in 1907 by Wyvern, junior hon-
orary society, stressing the necessity
fore the proper kind of spirit in or-
der to make the work a success. ,t
Junior advisers will begin work on
Wednesday, Sept. 21. The'junior ad
viser supper for freshmen will be
held on.;Monday, Oct. 3, after Dean
Jordan's tea for freshmen. Cards for
those who wish to assist in the work
may be obtained at Dean Jordan's of-
fice and should be handed in at the
same place by Friday, June 3.'
Elsa Oiesen, chairman of the Jun-
ior Girl' play for next year, urged
the girls to -write plays during the
summer. A unanimous vote was tak-
en to invite Prof. J. L. Brumm, 4f
the rhetoric and journalism depart-
ment, to coach the play.
TEAM& PICKED FOR
Women's class baseball teams were
chosen yesterday. The schedules for
games will be announced later.
The teams are as follows: senior
team, Margaret Rottschaefer, pitcher,
Alice Beckham, catcher, Alice Hink-
son, first base, Helen Koch, second
base, Katrina Schermerhorn, third
base, Beatrice Beckwith, short stop,
Florence Fox, right field, Joanna
Graham, -center field, Dorothy Daw-
son left. field; junior team: Elsie
Townsend, pitcher, Frances Weimer,
catcher, Isabel Wolstein, first base,
Caroline Napier, second base, Doris
Sprague, third base, Mary Moseley,'
short stop, Florence Freeman right
field, Helen Bishop, center field, Thekla
Roese, left field; sophomore team:
Sara Long, pitcher, Elsa Oiesen,
catcher, Rose Horwitz, first base,
Kathryn Potter, second base, Grace
Fry, third base, Dorothy Holliday
short stop, Emma Koshetz, right field,
Marion Koch, center field, Gertrude
Stratbucker, left field; freshman
team: Dorothy Bogan, pitcher, Mar-
ion Willis, catcher, Elizabeth Duffield,
first base, Winifred Craigie, second
base, -Letty Wickliffe, third base, Mar-
guerite Coyne, short stop, Sara Brover-
man, right field', Mary Hays, center
field, Dorothy' Rockwell, left field.
The substitutes will be announced in
SIGMA DELTA PHI
Sigma Dlta Phi, national honor-
ary dramatic and oratorical frater-
nity for women, initiated 12 new
anembers at its annual ceremony yes-
terday. Membership in the organiza-
tion is based on ability in the differ-
ent lines of public speaking, inter-
est in campus dramatics, debating,
and speaking, and general congenial-I
The following girls were elected to
membership: Esther Welty, ' 23,
Catherine Stafford, '24, Catherine'
Greenough, '24, Mary Chandler, '21,
Joyce McCurdy, '22, Beatrice Cha-
pion, '23, Helen Bailey, '21, Beatrice
Sandles, '23, Finette Martin, '22,
Devera Steinberg, '22,- Leslie Gaylord,
'23, and Ruth Goodhue, '22.' Ruth
Huston, '18, was elected to associate
rdly Ever Received
tions and the'acceptances are master-
pieces of childish ingenuity.
Little Jack Douglas asks on his ac-
ceptance, "Do you have things to do
or just food?"; David is concerned
about the advisability of taking his~
own porringer to the party; andJean
faces the momentus question, "Do I
wear a dress or my rompers when it
is a party?" Some prefer to an-
swer the invitations in person and
put in a word for their brothers and
sisters. one small bo, who felt that
his younger brother 'as being slight-i
ed when he had not received an in-'
vitation, went to Dean Jordan and de-
manded an explanation. She asked.
him. if his brother was four years old
(the eligible age being four and elev-
en). "No," he answered reluctant-
ly, "but he wears four-year-old
Children Reign Supreme
For this one afternoon of the year
the children reign supreme in Bar-
bour gymnasium. They climb the lad-
ders, ride on the "horses", and race
on the running track. The only pleas-
ure that is denied them is entrance
to the locker room; this masure was
found necessary when, one year, a
crowd of boys were found showering
one especially dressed-up little lad.
This year Mummers will give, for
further entertainment, a play based
on nursery rhymes and having in the
caste a number of faculty children.
After this ice cream and cake will
be served in the dining room, where
Dean Jordan will preside to guard
the rights of the youngest, so that
Jimmie's big brother shall have no
chance to snatch Jimmie's cake.
Girls wishing to take part in the
Maypole dance to be given on Lantern
night, June 7, are requested to sign
up on the bulletin board at Barbour
gymnasium or at the field house at
Palmer field before Friday noon of this!
Chaperones for the dances over the
week end are as follows. At the Arm-
ory--Friday, Miss, Martha Hills; Sat-
urday, Mrs. Yates Adams; at the Un-
ion-Saturday, Mrs. H. G..Berger.
Any women wishing summer em-
ployment such as waiting table at
summer resorts are asked to call at
the office of the dean of women for
The women's Cosmopolitan club will
hold a business meeting at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at Newberry hall.
All girls of Wyvern society will meet
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the!
corner of Main and Huron streets.
Van Tyne Attending History Meeting
Prof. Claud H. Van Tyne, of the his-
tory department, is attending a meet-
ing of the editorial board of the "Am-
erican Historical Review," in Wash-
ington, D. C.
J. L. CHAPMAN
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ANNUAL WESLEYAN Guild Picnic.
Forestry Farm. Monday-Decora-
tion Day. All those who intend to go
have their names in at the Methodist
Church Office by tonight. 167
Initiation was followed by a banquet
at Foster's tea rooms., Olga John-
son, '21, acted as toastmistress, with
talks from Ida Gratton, '20, repre-
senting the alumnae, Adele Tappan,
'21, welcoming the new members, and