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I iQnrs X. it President Of
(Reprinted from Sunday's Daily)
Honoring the memory of Ethel
Fountain Hussey, who was the first
president of the Women's league at
Michigan, a memorial lounging room
will be established in the new build-
ing. The gift of $100,000 which Rob-
ert Patterson Lamont presented to
the Women's League last week is
making it possible to create this mem-
orial to Mrs.. iussey, who was a mem-
ber of the original committee which
was responsible for the organization of
the league as it now stands at Mich-
igan., a
Mrs. W. D. ltenderson, executive
secretary of the Alumnae counil, an-
nounced' at the joint meeting of the
board of directors and the advisory
board of the Aluninae council Satur-
day morning that the large central
room of the building will bear the
name "Ethel Fountain Hussey Memor-
Mrs. Hussey received her Ph.B. de-
gree from this University in 1891 and
was the first president of the Wom-
, q 's league during her senior year.
dlie was a member of the original
omMttee-which planned the organi-
zation of the league. The plans made
"y this committee were completed in
June, 1890, and the first Women's lea-
gue board meeting was held Oct. 7,
1890. Ethel Fountain Hussey was one
of the leaders in this work and was
popular and efficient as was shown in
her election as the first head of the
Other prominent women who worked
on this committee are Mrs. James B.
Angell, wife of President Angell, Mrs.
Sarah Gayley Brown, mother of Mrs.
Shirley Smith, who is National chair-
man of the Alu' nae council, and Mrs.
Jennie Cheeve1 at ,whose home, the
first meeting of the group was held.
Records are now being gathered at
the Alumnae council office of all the
facts relevant to the first organiza-
tion of the league.
Due to an error made in the Sun-
Su-edition of The Michigan Daily
is correction si' made in the financial
jport of the Alumnae council. At
temeeting held Saturday 'morning,
,i', asurer Campbell made the official
report of the committee, as follow'
The amou 1 in pledges over and above
xpenses'& ts $764,768.0; the amount
cash 'ad securities over and above
expense?' is $394,231.93 which leaves
;ttal oI $235,231.10 to be raised be-
le J10%,4927.
Ms augh of Cockeys-
ville, Md.;-wns" a-quaint old seal for
inear t oye letters which was
once the' pi° pety of a queen of
France, the wife of Louis XV.
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After ten days of rushing, the soro-
rities in the Michigan campus an-
pounce the pledging of the following
Alpha Chi Omega: Helen Parmen-
ter, '30; Helen Norris, '30; Emily
Putnam, '29; Estelle Myers, '30; Helen'
Hartman, '29; Florence Brittain, '30;
Martha Chamberlain, '27, and Esther
Bradley, '28.
Alpha Epsilon Phi: Helen Adler,
'30; Juliet Cohen, '29; Rosalie Grab-
owsky, '28; Iris Marx, '30; Rita Rosen-
that, '30; Ida Schultz, '30; Marian Van.
Vllet, '30; Beatrice Wiel, '30, and
Helen Zelman, '29.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Betty Inks,
'29; Margaret Stewart, '28; Virginia
McCreery, '30; Janet Symonds, '28 ;
and Sarah Jones, '30.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Blossom Bacon,
'30; Hazel Belcher, '30; Katherine
Bellamy, '30; Mary Carr, '27; Lois
Cossitt, '30; Doris Kuhn, '29; Helene
Terry, '30; Marian Van Tuyl, '28, and
Jane Webster, 30.
Alpha Phi: Carol Jim Roberts,
grad.; Helen. Morrell, '30; Elizabeth
McCurdy, '30; Vida McClure, '30; Ruth
Blakesley, '30; Virginia Schurz, '30 ;
Margaret Cutting, '30; Anna Jane
Churchman, '30; Marian Stearns, '30;
Anne Elizabeth Jacobs, '30.
Alpha Xi Delta: Florence Cone,'30;
Bessie Egeland, '30; Bolberg Egeland,
'30; Ruth Nisson, '30; Lucille Pool,
'30; Marian Campeau, '30; Pauline1
Darbyshire, '30; Selma Hendershott,1
'30; Hariiet Henderlong, '30; Georgia
Vandewalker, '30; Marguerite George,
'30; Margarie Follmer, '30, and Clara
Capple, '30.
Chi Omega: Margaret Haxton, '30;
Julia Wilcox, '30; Eleanor Whitman,
'30; Ruth Thompson, '30; Marguerite
Wellman, '30; Catherine Gessey, '28;
Margaret Sibley, '30; Nora Scott, '28;
Reva Schroeder, '30; Margaret Rhe-
rig, '30; Mary Louise Mitchell, '30 ;
Janet Logie, '29; Elizabeth Malloy, '30;
Marian Hyflop, '30; Alice Crane, '30;
Esther Anderson, '30; Janet Cochrane,
'30; Elizabeth Maxey, '30.
Collegiate Sorosis: Louise Cody, '30;
Isabelle Hubbard, '29; Ruth Leland,
'28; Theodora Maloy, '29; Jane Smith,
'30; Anne Bigelow, '30; Geraldine Rus-
sell, '28; Mary Barr Clay, '30; Lillian
Burnam, '30; Mary Robbins, '29; Jean
De Vries, '28; Louise Stratton, '29;
Theresa Carrow, '30; Eleanor Phelps,
'28; Marian Parsons, '27, and Katheryn
Kelly, '28.
Delta Delta Delta: Josephine Mur-
phy, '28; Nima Neville, '28; Dorothy
Trebilcock, '30; Jean McOmie, '30;
Claire McOmie, '30; Gladys Beuher,
'28; Elsie Hooper, '30; Dorothy Whit-
ing, '30, and Mildred Phelps, '30.

Delta Gamma: Margaret Bush, '30;
Jane Calvert, '30; Dorothy Clifford,
'30; Ruth Ileidregger, '30; Jane Hic-
key, '30; Virginia Houghton, '30; Mar- I
garet Huston, '28; Harriet Lawlor, '30;
Marjorie Lewis, '29; Jane Olds, '29;
Ethel Adele Royce, '28; Helen Ru-
dolphi, '30; Ruth Schnieder,'29; Gert-
rude Smith, '30; Katherine Arnold,
'30, and Jean Duffield, '30.
Ddta eta: Shirley King, '29; Lor-'
etta May- Townsend, '30; Catherine
Bachus, '30; Dorothy Haas, '30; Robin
Townsley, "30; Marguerite Cornell,
'30;- Hilda Holney, '28; Margaret Haw-
ley, '30; Elizabeth Hamel, '29; Velma
Roys, '29, and Jean Bonisteel, '29.
Gamma Phi Beta: Katherine Chase,
'30; Estelle De Journo, '30; Harriet
Gridley, '30; Helen Kortenholl, '30;
Ruth Pittelco, '30; Virginia Brown,
'30; Barbara Hewitt, '28; Lorraine
Warner, '30; Dorothy McKee, '30, and
Laura Joslyn '30.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Martha Brant-
ingham, '28; Dorothy Herrick, '28 ;
Helen Ladd, '28; Alice McRill, '28;
Margaret Wilkinson, '28; Florence
Watchpocket, '28; Gertrude Holton,,
'29; Margaret Moore, '29; Olive Nich-
ols, '29; Ruth Tenzel, '29; June Slo-
mer, '29; Elizabeth Bright, '30; Mar-
garet AFed, '30; Katherine Ruthven,
'30; c, ; Strand, '30; Virginia Trow-
bridge, '"0; Jean Wallace, '30, and
Dorothy Woodrow, '30.
kappa Delta: Alice Blome, '30;
Elizabeth Zabel, '30; Margaret Cobb,
'30; Shirley McDowell, '29; Irene Cook
'29; Ruth Neilson, '27; Margaret Huey,'
'30; Lois Cassar, '30; Mary Evans, '30;
and Mlargaret Miller, '30.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Lillian Set-
chel, '30; Elizabeth Struthers, '29;
Helen Berry, '30; Eleanor Beyer, '30;
Dorothy Day, '27; Betty Ann Hum-
phrey, '30; Frieda Peterson, '30; Mar-
ian Kaiser, 29, and Linwood Bope, '29.
Pi Beta Phi: Eloise Avery, '30;
Margaret Crampton, '30; Lois Wood-
ruff, '29; Natalie Vincenti, '29; Esther
Pryor, '30; Rachel Robins, '30; May-
belle Gulick, '30; Virginia Loosee, '30;
Flora Sutcliff, '29; Elizabeth Devore,
'30; Katherine Frohne, '28, and Doro-
thy Dart, '30.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Tybal Burman,
'30, and Florence Morrison, '28.
Phi Gamma Mu: Jeannette Badger,
'28; Elizabeth Fairbairn, '28; Rachel
Grahman, '29; Alice Mary Hyma, '28;
Catherine Miller, '30; Doris Mabely,
'28; Lenore Nagle, '29; and aCtherino
Schall, '29.
Sigma Kappa: Marian Fisher, '29;
Evelyn Fisher, '29; Dorothy Hagan,
'27;1 Katherine Purcell, '30; Helen
Rupp, '30; Bernadine Winton, '30
Pauline Baller, '30.


'INTR RALMA ER Y. W. To Entertain b
During Noon Hourf
PLAN FB M NG 119 Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet
have felt for some time that there was
Intramural managers had their first a need for a coffee room on campusn
meeting of the year Monday, Oct. 4, and are sponsoring the oie at New'-
when plans for the coming year were berry hall which is open every day ex-a
completeda Miss Ruth I"igge and Miss cept the Saturdays when there are no9
Pauline Hoddson of the physical ed- football games from 11:30 to 1
ucation department will act as advis- o'clock. Daily programs are planned
ors to this group this year and Mrs. for those using the coffee room. There
Fred Dreygus will act as the head of will be music for dancing, group
the intramural sports with Gladys games, talks on current events and
Appelt, '28, as secretary and assistant. ' opportunities to meet faculty mem-
Miss Appelt will act as reporter to bers. The Thursday hour of quiet
the W. A. A. board meeting with both music and poetry which was intro-
groups and will discuss questions duced last year will- be continued for
brought up in both,. this year.
A new board was created at the The coffee room will make a spect-
meeting which will meet with the W. alty of a hot luncheon every day with
A. A. board. It is composed of four salads, sandwiches and pastries. The
members, one sorority representative, library and living room of the Uni-
one dormitory representative and a versity Y. W. C. A. may be used by
representative from the zones., The the patrons of the coffee room and
third member will be chosen later. by anyone else interested in doing so.
Miss Isabel Curtiss, Miss Helen Beau-
,mont and Miss Appelt compose this
board at the present time.
Intramural hockey games will begin N OTICES
next week Monday, Oct. 11, and the NOTICES
tournament this year will ibe run on
the same plan as the basketball tour-
nament of last year, that of the zone
plan. There will be certain hours Those interested in doing W. A. A.
posted for each house and their games work, are asked to sign up for the
will be played at this hour as long as tearoom. A list for this purpose will
they remain in the tournament. be posted Thursday and Friday In
This year the same custom will pre- t'arbour gymnasium.
vail as in former years, all women Women who desire to enter the rid-
1 playing intramural sports will play 'ug classes may sign on the bulletin
for the house in which she is living, board in Barbour gymnasium. The
Practices will begin this week. sections of golf at 4 and 5 o'clock f
All upperclassmen must get their today are asked to meet Miss McCor-
heart and lung examination before 'mick at the gymnasium.
they will be allowed to enter any Those who play the saxophone, ban-
sports. This must be done at the 'jo, violin,, traps, or any other instra-
Health service and appointments ment suitable for a jazz orchestra; are
must be made immediately. Entry urged to call Margaret Purdy, '27,
blanks must be handed in to the phys- manager of the League orchestra, at
Ical education office not later than 7717. Tryouts are to be; held within,
Friday, Oct. 8. All names of partic- the next few weeks.
ipants playing intramural hockey Miss Alice Lloyd of the committee
must be in these blanks. 'of advisors to women, will, speak to
In case the managers play' them- the entering women, whose names be-
selves it will be necessary for them gin with M to Z, at 7 o'clock tonight
to provide another representative of in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
their house to aid the scorers.
Pope Pius in St. Peter's recently
solemnly beatified Sister Thouret, the
French nun who founded the Sisters
of St. Vincent de Paul. She has been
dead a century.
Theta Phi Alpha: Margery Joyce.
Anderson, '28; Madalyn Rose D'Amour
'28; Jeanette Dressler, '30; Helen '
O'Hara, '30; Kathleen Donovan, '29;
Marguerite Wheelhouse, '30.
Zeta Tau Alpha: Ann Faylor, '28;
Marian Knight, '28; Florence Clement,
'28; Dorothy hlulda Kashmore, '30.

Interclassahockey practise will be
hield today as follows: at 4' o'clock,
freshmen and juniors; at 5 o'clock,
sophomores and seniors. Temporary
class managers are asked to meet
Helen Searight at 3:45 o'clock at Pal-
mner field.
Orchesis will meet at 8 o'clock to-
morrow night in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
,Black Quill will meet at 8 o'clock

toih in room 204eouth sing.'t
The leadership commission of the
'Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4 o'clock
today in Newberry hall.
PARIS-Queen Marie of Rumania,
in a personal message to the local of-
ficlals of the United States lines, as-
sured them she would sail for the
United States Oct. 12 on the Leviathan
as scheduled.

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