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TtM- SPA'S ,, ,-Sr, PT' MFFP'l 24, 1929,

THE MICHIGAN

D A I L Y

THF MICI-TICAN DAILY

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LEAGSBOARD OFDRECTORS TAKE (OVER 'Ls,, ,NU.,eaAL IALL RUSHING.DIRECTOR WLO
GD ODOTAEOVR;Sorority Installed It DRCO WELCOME
In Alpha Delta PI I'The Advisers of Women Mist
iI GBi YL Grace Richards, Miss Alice Lloyd,

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REORGANIZATION Of DEPARTMENT MANAGERS

RGANIZATION TO DISPENSI
TEMPORARILY WITH
SINGLE OFFICIAL
RECEPTION IS PLANNED
Freshmen Women Are Urged Tc
Avail Themselves Of Privileges
Of League
Launched upon its first year of
activity in the new building, several
changes are evident both in the
plan of organization and in the
personnel of the departmental
leads of the Michigan League o
University Women. Plans have been
formulated for Freshman Week ac-
tivities and the women..of the class
Z '33 will be formally entertained
in the new building.
The plan of reorganization pro-
vides for the managing duties to be
carried out by the Board of Direc-
tors in co-operation with the
"'oman students. There will no
longer be a general manager. This
arrangement will continue until
the bank loan which financed the
building fnd is repaid' which will
probably be about April 1. At this
tUme the bisiness of managing will
again be turned back to the man-
ager.
Board Will Have Control
The Board of Directors will carry
on the work of putting the League
on a financially sound basis, work-
ing through its executive cmmit-
tee, comprised of Mrs. Max Wink-
ler, treasurer; Miss Sarah Whea-
don, secretary; Mrs. Arthur Van-
denbrg 44iairdn n-Miss-Nell Mc-
Kay, vice-chairman; and Mrs. W.
D. Henderson, executive secretary.
Co-operating with the executive
comirittee in every way possible
are t'he advisory officials of the
League, Miss Alice Lloyd, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs.
Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. George
Patterson and as many of the uni-
verity women as are chosen for
the Board of Representatives of the
Women's League.
The executive, committee an-
nounces the appointment of Mrs.
Grace Hollister as Food Director.
Mrs. .ollister, Who has been with'
the Women's City Club of Detroit
for rune years, his "already started
her work of organization in this de-
partment.
Miss Rose Anderson from the
Smead School ini Toledo has been
named Assistant Director of 'the
Leage. Miss Anderson will be
present as hostess to meet and
make arrapgements for the guests
who come to the, League and will
be found at all times in the recep-
tion room.
New Secretary Is Appointed
The position of House Secretary
is being filled by k rs. Robert Mans-
field,who is well known to many of
the students an'alumnae as Nor-
ma Bicknell, formerly president of
the Women's League and at one
time assistant in the Adviser's Of-
fices.
Mrs. Z. B. Balles, who acted in
the capacity of General Manager
before the plan of reorganization
went into effect,, is no longer with
the League.
Miss Amy Loomis, who is in
charge of the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre in the League Building, is
already in Ann -Arbor and is pre-
pared to begin her work as director
of the dramatic societies on the
campus...,,
At , 8:30 o'clock Friday evening
the members of the League and the
advisers of Women will give a re-
ception to all freshmen. This will
take': place on the entire second
floor' of the League building. At
five "o'clock on Sunday afternoon
there will be a tea for the freshmen
women and their friends at which
several members of last year's
graduating class will preside.

The League Building is open at
all times in all' of its departments
to the students and their friends
and both men and women are in-
vited to the cafeteria and dining
room.
Mi s Hollister at the Women's
League will provide well balanced
meals and special menus for stu-
dents at prices that can keep the
board bill within that "dollar a
day", ideal.

SPORTS OFFICIAL
GREETS WOME
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Numbering the twenty-second ____.and Miss Beatrice Johnson, whose
national sorority on the campus, offices are located in Barbour gym-
Phi Gamma Mu, heretofore a local inter-Sorority Group Is Active asj
organization, affiliated with Alpha Period of Rushing nasium, have as their function the
Delta Pi on September 21. The assisting - of women students in
national inspector of Alpha Delta'pens their problems, either personal or
Pi, Mrs. Hildreth A. Rider of academic.
Springfield, Ohio, was in Ann Ar- NEW-COMERS ADVISED From the Advisers' offices a
bor as the installation officer. Michigan woman may obtain a list
Alpha Delta Pi claims the dis- of possible residences, a part time
tinction of being the oldest secret Beginning during freshman week position, assistance with financial
organization for women in the and continuing until October 4, difficulties, or any sort of helpful
world, having been founded at Wes- formal rushing by the sororities is information she wishes.
leyan Women's College, Macon, Ga. commanding not an inconsidera- T",s Johnson, who has the In-
in 1851. Wesleyan college also btt! ts of the foreign students at
holds a peculiar position in the amount of attention from the h( wish 1 to invite them to
history of women's education, as entering women. Jean Wallace, '30, # call on her at Barbour gymnasium
the first woman in the United F president of the Inter-Sorority As- where she will be happy to do all
States to be granted a degree re- sociation, announces that the so- she can to familiarize them with
ceived it at Wesleyan college. rorities have made careful plans University procedure.
Alpha Delta Pi has fifty chapters, to improve this opportunity foI Girls interested in student loans
Beta Eta chapter at Michigan be- theisoroitsome ntefesh-are urged to talk with Miss Grace
ing the fiftieth. At the present the sorority women and the fresh- Richards. These loans are availa-
time the organization holds the men to get acquainted. ble for upperclassmen with good
.chairmanship of the national Pan- For the bentfit of the freshmen scholastic standing.
Hellenic Congress, a place assumed women Mrs. Homer Heath of High- The Advisers wish to express a
in 1913. land Road will be prepared at any most cordial welcome to Michigan
Among the guests at the in- time during the rushing period to women, old and new students.
stallation of the new chapter was f answer questions regarding sorori- The Advisers of Women
the national vice-president, Mrs. ties at Michigan. Information may
J. B. Hubbard, of Cambridge, Mas- also be secured from Miss Alice Dear Freshman Women:

N AND PHYSICAL S)PIRIT ( MICI "
)old. Look to us in the Women's
Department of Physical education LaH S faU
and the Health Service for any as-
sistance we may give you if you
are in a physical quandry. - Th little blue "M" book, so much
Dr. Margaret Bell, in evidence has been planned to
Director of Women's Athletics successfully launch Miss Freshman
of the class of 1933 on her career
Furriers Hold Annual at the University.
Convention In Detroit organizations, new buildings and
equipment, friendships! These
Attracting fur men from every ideas are the ones stressed, and
part of the country, the annual Michigan spirit is evident in every
convention of the National Associ- line of the M book.
ation of the Fur Industry, which The "oldsters" who edited the
will be held today and tomorrow at "M" book hope Michigan spirit will
the Statler hotel, will make De- become vital and tangible before
troit the center pf interest for the freshman week is brought to a
entire fur industry. The annual close, and a habit as the incoming
fur show will be held in connection freshmen establish themselves here
with the convention. at Michigan.

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Waa is the mascot of the Wo-
men's Athletic association. Which
Freshman group will win him in
the series of games which begins
tomorrow?
And here's a message from the
president of the Women's Athletic
association: ,
New Michigan women, welcome
to you! Michi'gan's W. A. A. with.
its new Field house and its almost;
I perfect athletic equipment is eag-I
erly awaiting the opportunity of
meeting all of you and having you I
participate with us in at least one{,
of our many activities.
To, those of you who are skilled
in athletics we offer a great deal
of interclass and intramural team
play. For those of you'who ha.e
I sport.hobbies we offer a number of
clubs and 'individual tourniaments,
and to you who desire individual
training, we boast a ,physical edu-
cation faculty whose work with our
organization accounts, in no small
way, for its strength.
Your first five points entitle you
Ito membership.. immediately.: Make
W. A. A. your first Michigan activ-
Dorothy Touff
President, W. A.;A.
CHEYENNE,- Wyo., '.ept. 22:--C.
D. Waggoner, Coloradd bhk"pesi-I
dent, will go on trial charged with
attempting to defraud New York
banks of $500;000.

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sachusetts, and the province presi- Lloyd; adviser of women
dent, Mrs. A. B. Cummings, of Careful consideration before ac-
Cleveland. cepting a bid has been repeatedly
The social functions for the urged upon the freshman women
week end included a formal initia- during Freshman week. A copy of
tion banquet: at the Michigan toge rushing rules has been given
League and an installation recep- to each new-comer, bearing this
tion and tea at the chapter house. same injunction and also the re-
The chapter was hostess at the minder that "the final goal of the
tea to its out-of-town guests, the Michigan girl is the same for non-
faculty members, and '.he greek- : sorority and sorority undergradu-
letter groups on the cumpus. Isa- lates. All are working toward that
bel Loshbaugh, presP.zent of the which is noblest and finest in
chapter headed the receiving line. Afrerican womanhood."
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The University provides her
young women students with every
possible means for the develop-
ment of ideally educated, exuber-
ant womanhood.
Your c,ol11e g e responsibilities
mental and moral health, yoUr
work, your recreation, are mani-

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on and off the Campus
If you're a freshman wondering timnidy
whether your clothes will get by, or a senior with
a status to maintain you can do no better
than ;put yourself in Goodyear's hands satorially
speaking. There are literally hundreds of things
here to delight the most critical. For Goodyear's
are proud of it's reputation for chic clothes that
come within the college girl's allowance.
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roomate in taffeta, soft
satins, supple velvets',
crepes and Tulles ...
$25.00 to $75.00.
To impress the faculty
wiih'your demureness
.there are canton
crepes with youthful col-
ars .. crepes printed
frock thatwilygrace
class-room or a tea party.
$16.50 to X449.50.
Sheer woolen frocks
that give you a chance to
demonstrate your aware.
ness of the smartest fash.
ion. In lovely autumn
colors. x$10.50 to $29.50.

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Welcome Frosh!
Here are the smartest footwear
modes on the campus.
The Smartest Array of Syles
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grand to slip into when
you've only a minute to
make a class. Rough
tweeds - .smooth
fabrics, novelty woolens,
furred or utifurred.
$25.00 ot $125.00
Shoes that are the last
word for smart feet
suedes in colors to en-
semble your smartest
gettup slim, grace-
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thing in leather
$8.50 to $13.50.
Hats that are achieve-
ments in chic and econ-
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looking felts and soleils
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$5.00 to $15.00.

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