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E.NTERING WOMEN FINI 'SH REGISTRATION
AFE WEEK'S SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
GIVING VARIED ASPECTS OF CAMPUS: LIFE
More than 100 undergraduate
women attended the tea given by
the Michigan alumnae in honor
of the entering class of '33 Sun-
day afternoon in the main con-
course of the-League. General ar-
Miss Lloyd Expresses Approval'their home to the entering fresh- rangements were in charge of;
After Third Annual Freshman h me n Marie Hartwig, assisted by Norma
Week Bicknell Mansfield, a former presi- PL
Professor McCluskey Speaker dent of the League.p
AT ET WN AOn Friday afternoon, Howard Y. The women's lounges served as M
ATHLETAS WIN MASCOT McClusky, assistant professor of ;reception rooms; Hilda Mary Play
ACTIVITIES CULMINATE WITH educational psychology, addressed Evans and Betty Parrott Highley subn
ACTIITIS CLMINTE ITHthe groups on "How to Study," at acted as hostesses i the Ethel Lea
RECEPTION AT the Women's Athletics building. Futedan Husse an He Wt- Lg
0 LEAGUE Fountain Hussey and Hazel Whit- ing.
LEGEThe climax of the social activi- taker Vanderberg rooms, respec- be t
"On the whole Freshman Weekt ties of the week was reached on tively. A decoration schelme of will
nth Friday evening at a reception given fall colors was effectively carried
was most successful this year, and Pvth
everoe seemedsfpl teased the Advisers of Women and the out with baskets of red sumac and be
s ryone seemed pleased with the Women's League. Grace E. Rich- fall flowers in the lounges and on be i
Lloyd, Adiserof womenwho Misu ards, chairman of the advisers of the serving tables. h
ersed ther women's program f Women, Alice M. Lloyd, Adviser of The following hostesses poured; Hn
Freshman Week. There were twen- Women, Dr. Margaret Bush, presi- Miss Alice Lloyd and Miss Grace mos
ty groups of twenty freshman wo- dent of the Womens League, were Richards, Advisers of Women, Dr. juni
there to receive the guests. Re- Margar Bell, Mrs. J.A..Bursley,
men, each supervised by a faculty freshments were served and anBll Ms.JxA.Busgy will
adviser and two-student advisers. n eX-1Mrs. A. G. Ruthven, Mr;., J. R. Mar
Although the lists are not yet cellent orchestra provided music Effinger, Mrs. G. W. Patterson, Mrs.
complete it is estimated that 400 for dancing. The Glee Club added E. R. Sunderland, Miss Laurie T
freshman women were registered a special feature to the evening's Campbll, Dr. Margaret Elliott, Miss un,
in, the University. is entertainment, 'J did movies of Sarah Whedon, and Mrs. Max Winsia
Dr. Bell Heads Medical Program Freshman Pageant which were kler. These hostesses were assisted Me
shown in the Lydia Mendelssohn by the House Committee of the men
The Freshman Week schedule theater. Members of last year's League, a group of eight sopho-
stertedwith physical examinations Pageant Committee distributed fa- mores and juniors, and by sixteen Ne
under the direction of Dr. Marga- vors, which were provided through 'te undergraduates.
ret Bell. After this, each group the building. It is estimated that otheri wdradurses i
followed a separate plan for at- 350 guests were present and all Music was furnished in the
tending the various activities of lounges by Lorinda McAndrews and
the week. Pre-profe. ional con- splendid success. Margaret Cole during the serving Smi
ferences for wqnwn were held uii- Athletic Program Is Stressed of tea. rect
der Dr. Margaret Elliott for those A carefully planned athletic pro- ceed
interested in business administra- gram was. also a part of the week's hockey game was given by upper - ( suin
tion, Miss M. Mahnfor library sci- program beginning with the Fresh- classmen for the benefit of the spen
ence, and Dr. Howard Lewis also man Play Day on Wednesday in fhmKpe.
addressed a group on the subject, which the freshmen participated. vrsgmen, and Jane Kyer showed M
"Opportunities for women in sci- The freshmen women competed as riousgolf stokes. Later Dr. ee,
entific work.".I members of their respective groups. I (rectorof tennis, spoke to the Miss
Following iti procedure of the Miss Laurie Campbell's group, com- : n. en at' the field house, fo1- Smit
last two years, examinations were posed of women who are majoring hlowing up his talk with an exhi- She
given to all students entering the in physical education, were most Iocc
University. These included an successful of all the groups and bition tens match in which he borr
Eyglish content examination, rhe- winners of WAA, the W. A. A. mas- took part.
t ric examination, a scholastic ap- cot. Throughout the year, WAA, The, followng faculty women ness
titude test, and a mathematics the brown bear, will be seen over acted as advisers: Barbara B. Hous
content examination. the fire-place in the women's Ath Bartlett, Orma F. Buler, Laurie E KH
Freshmen Attend Convocations letic building as a symbol of vic- Campbell, Margaret Elliott, Mar- Birl
Tuesday night acting President tory for Miss Campbell's group. garet I. Smith, Katharine B izer
Alexander G. Ruthven delivered an The events which made up the Greene, Nina K. Preston, Edith
address welcoming the students at Play Day included a basketball Thomas;; Alice Evans, Margaret
the first convocation of the year at throw, high jump, obstacle race, Mann Mabel M. Miller, Doris F.
Hill Auditorium. Miss Alice M. hurdles, and baseball throw. Twitchell, Helen R. Shanbaugh
Lloyd, Adviser of Women, and J.I According to an official ,of the Heleii' Robinson, Ruth H4. ,Hassin- >
A,. Bursley, dean of students, also I Physical Education - department, ger, Mary C. Van Tuyl, Ellen B.
spoke. On Wednesday a mass sing 1 the purpose of the freshmen week Stevenson, Helen 'Bates, Frances .
was rheld ,to familiarize the enter- athletic activities are 'to familiarize Thorpe, Phyllis Harmon, Maria L.
ing freshmen with the traditional the new women with the field Crane, Dorothy G: Hard, and Mrs.
songs of the University of Michigan, house,, and to create an interest M. Okkelberg.
and frpm the enthusiasm displayed in athletics. To further this pur-
was turned into a' genuine pep pose, demonstration games were ' Subscribe for The. Michigan-
meeting. The third convocation scheduled as well as the ones in Daily. You may either call at the O
took place on Thursday night when which the freshmen participated. Press Building or dial 21214-$4.0O
the students were addressed by Dr. Friday afternoon an exhibition for the school year.
W. R. Humphreys, assistant dean
of the literary college, and W. B.
Shaw, general secretary of the
Alumni association. Student Study Lamps.Of i
On Wednesday and Thursday, Std n to a~~o
the groups attended a Lawn party
given by Dean and Mrs. J. A. Bur-
sley, who again cordially opened
INIOR AUTHORS, MA
IRMIT PLAYS T0,0AY
Use Lydia Mendelssohn Theatcr
for Class Play This
AV TO RUN MARCH 17;
[anuscripts for the Junior Girls';
,y of the class of 1931 may be
rmitted today at the Women's
gue office in the League build-
It is requested that all playss
turned in today, although theyI
be- accepted all this week.
lays submitted at this time will
ready as soon as possible by
general committee, headed by
Rn, Jones, '31, general chairman,
1that play which is considered!i
t suited to production by the
ior class will be presented. It
have a week's run beginning1
'his year for the first 'time the
ior Girls' Play will be presented
a campus theater, the Lydia
adelssohn theater in, the Wo-
a's League building.
'w Directors Assume
uties At Dormitories
rs. F. W. Tousey,, formerly of
th College, is the new social di-
or of Helen Newberry. She suc-
Is Miss Lydia Tanner. She as-
es her' duties after having
nt a pleasant summer 'in Eur-
artha Cook Dormitory is wel-
ing a new social director also,
Margaret Ruth Smith. Miss
th spent last year at- Columbia,
holds the position formerly
spied by Miss Ethel G. Daw-
iss Newa Hirleman is the busi-'
manager of Betsy Barbour
se this year, succeeding Miss
hleen Hamm. Last year Miss
eman was dietician at the Hol-
Hospital in Gallipolis, Ohio.
The University School of Mu-
sic, being the most recent ac-
quisition to the University ex-
te.nds a special welcome to all
new women. Those who are in-
terested in'music will find at the
School of Music a faculty group,
eager to assist in furthering
their interest and a student
group, conscious of the value of
music in education from the sci-
entific as well as the artistic
viewpoint; both groups possess-
ing an "esprit de 'corps" which
makes for good fellowship.
The freshman Girls' Glee Club
courts your interest; the Uni-
versity Symphony Orchestra
pi ov ides unusual opportunity
for acquiring a knowledge of
Sympihonic Literature, while the
Student Recitals stand out as
the laboratory for musical ad-
From time, to time; afternoon
teas are held in the reception
hall on the second floor, women
of the faculty and 'representa-
tives from the various- musical
sororities presiding as hostesses.
The Women's -League invites all
women of the School of Music to
participate in--"its activities, and-
bids you welcome to' its:, home,
the Michigan League. Again we
welcome you, and we shall count
it a pleasure to serve you.,
Byrl Fox Bacher,
Adviser of Women,
School of Music
INGENIOUS IDEAS MARK PARI L
GIVEN FOR RUSHEES THIS W
With ten days of rushing parties afternoon was provided with the
being planned for over one hun- staging of a style show t hat pie-
dred freshmen women, ingenuity, tured the fashions th'd wore rror-
wit, and new ideas have been con- rect in the olden days. A short
stantly in demand this week. Novel history of the garment nade cach
in its scheme was the butterfly one most interesting. Included in
luncheon given last week end. But- the wardrobe was a gown worn t '
terfly wings were used as place- a Michigan J-lop in the nine-
cards, and the motif was also used teenth century by a young lady
in thermaking of the salads for who chaperoned the affair along
the party. with Sarah Caswell Angell, a ten-
A second group transformed its nis dress of about the same per-
house into a cafeteria one noon. I iod, and several costumes from the
The guests obtained checks at the wardrobe of the niece of the late
door and then proceeded in the Governor Bingham.
usual, manner. Cabaret dinners Mother Goose, football, the In-
have also been numerous. dians, cabarets. circuses, and per-
One breakfast last Saturday iods. of history have furnished
brought the newspaper into prom- plans for numerous other vocial
inence. The tablecloths and nap- events. Perhaps most unique of
kins were all trimmed with borders these was the circus itticheo
made from newspapers. The same which included everything' from
house also gave an attractive fall the food to the proverbial three
dinner, carrying out its motif with rings.
a profusion of autumn leaves. The
places at the tables were marked
on tiny paddles that were on the YALE UNIVERSITY - To avoid
sides of miniature bark canoes. the week-end exodus and especially
Travel marked the day for an-!
other organization with a pullman
breakfast and a sailor luncheon.
At the latter, typical food that
might be expected on a sea voyage
was served by members of the so-'
rority who had donned sailor togs.
Entertainment at a tea Sunday
the frequenting of neighboring ed-
ucational institutions catering to
the opposite sex is Dr. Angel's, ad-
vice to this year's students.
Subscribe for The Michigan
Daily. You may either call at the
Press Building or dial 21214-$4.00
UNIVERSITY .OF ,IOWA-It
believed that the :.erection of the
traditional corn mornument,-which
has been celebrated for.the past
twelve years, will have', to-be dis-
continued due to the fact' that ir-
responsible persons have been. re-
sponsible for endangering the
streets by setting fire tothese mon-
uments. Suggestions for the pres-
ervation of this tradition are. being.
sought for. -
Subscribe for The Michigan
Daily. You may either call at the
Press Building.; or dial 21214-$4.00
The Michigan Beauty Shoppe
announces the addition of a new hairdressing
artist to its staff in the person of
equipped with his long and varied experience
in the fashionable centers of the world.
Mr. Maurice now wishes to introduce to
the public of Ann Arbor t thcrdnlew
Ramona Beauty Shop
Permanent Wave $5.00
Finger' Wave and Shampoo . . $1-y00. -
Marcel and Shampoo ....J$1.00
iamcure . 50
n Evenings Call 21478 625 E. Liberty Street
Upstairs over Flower Shop
the type of
haircut which makes you enjoy and
appreciate a bob.
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Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Re-
modelled and Relined
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Flexible Goose Neck $1.98 and up
Sockets, Cord, Tape and all kinds of Electric supplies
used about the room.
ERNST BROS. ELECTRIC SHOP
Our buyer was in New York last week' and'
among other bargains secured the samples of one
of the foremost producers of Evening- Gowns.
These come inmost beautiful tints and canbe had
in lace fabrics that are the latest fashionable fad.
The regular prices were $39.50 but this lot will
be sold at
210 South Fourth Ave.
THAT NEW COAT
F , .tq
-the addition of a very new
line of beauty cosmetics .. .
the R. Louis' toilet prepara-
tions considered the best of
products in the most beautiful
packages . . . dainty green
jars, novel boxes, ornamental
bottles, attractively ribboned
. thyou can't help but ad-
mire them'.'.. and now they
are on sale. here exclusively at
Mack & Company.
We are offering the finest grade of- CHIN.
CHILLA SPORT COATS-Especially adapted
for college wear-at $25-a really wonderful
value. Ask to see them. They come in NAVY,
BROWN, Cocoa and Indenpendence Blue and
For fine Broadcloths with Superb collars And
cuffs of the leading fur.are" here 'this wek in
large variety of WOOLTEX and Printzess models
at a special price.
50 and 4652
GOTHAM SILK HOSE
We have the exclusive sale for Ann; Arbor
for this wonderfully wearing and fitting hose. All
the new shades.as fast as they appear in New York.
The most popular hose in America.
Always i Vogue.
Boyish figures may give way to feminine ct'rves, but shapely
ankles are always in fashion. Gordon V-line hosiery lightly accent;:
the natural shadows between heel and ankle, to give the effect of
slim line and Perfect contours. Simple . . but oh, 30 effective.
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For the first time in costume history . . . stockings are
are made in varying dimensions.' INDIVIDUALLY PROPOR-
TIONED STOCKINGS . . . to fit the short, average or
tall person, no matter what her body; proportions.
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