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AID RESHMEN
Undergraduate Women to
Help Each Adviser in
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MORE WOMEN

Veek to Feature Two Changes;
Assistants to Be Given
Lunches, Dinners.=
Assistants for Orientation week
.ave been selected. Miss Ethel Mc-
ormick, social director in the Dean
f Women's office, has asked about
5 women of whom a few are yet.
> respond.
The advisors and their assistant
re as follows: Miss Helen Aubrey,
'incelle Bartlett, and Katherine
arnard, '33; Mrs. B. H. Bartlett
lorothy Birdzell, '32, and Emill
ates, '32; Miss Inez Bowler, Ed-
ina Jeuney, and Anne Tobin, '33:
Miss J. E. Campbell, Jean Berridge
3, and Catherine Rentschler, '3 .
d.; Miss M. L. Crane, and Heler
Maynard, '33A; Miss Louise Cuyler
[elen Van Loon, '32SM, and Burn-
tte Bradley.
Mrs. Donahue is Adviser.
Mrs. W. F. Donohue, Louise Brea-
:ey, '32, and Frances Calvert,, '32,
Mrs. Faith Hadley, Miriam Carey
3, Aileen Clark, '33; Miss Heler
[all, Helen DeWitt, '33, and Mar.
aret Eggert, '32; Miss D. G. Hard
lsie Ely, '32, and Adele Ewing, '33
Miss Marie Hartwig, Jane Fecheim-
r, '33, and Elizabeth Ladd, '33.
Miss Ruth Hassinger, Elsie Feld-
ian, '33, and Ruth Gallmeyer, '32;
Miss Isabelle Hubbard, Agnes Gre-
am, '32, and Marjorie Hunt, '32:
Miss Nora Blunt, Ada Allman, anc
eah Lockterwalter: Miss Elizabetl
awrie, Margaret Ferrin, '33, an(
[ortense Gooding, '32; Miss H. M
osh, Katherine Heeson, '33, anc
usette Lough, '32; Miss Margaret
Mann, Sally Ensminger, '32, anc
ane Inch, '32.
MissMore s Adviser.

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PAMPHLET TO TELL
RULES FORRUSHING
Panhellenic Will Give Sorority
Information to Freshmen
Orientation Week.
To familiarize the freshmen wo-
men with rushing rules a pamph-
let will be distributed during Orien-
tation week. Winifred Root, '32,
who is chairman of the rushing
committee, is in charge of the ma-
terial for the pamphlet which has
already been sent to the printers.
Josephine Timberlake, '32, presi-
dent of Panhellenic, will speak to
the freshman women at the meet-
ings which are to be held in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre of the
League building.
Some of the rules and suggestions
are as follows:
Invitations to initial teas will be
delivered to the mail boxes of wo-
men during the morning of Satur-
day, September 26.
Freshman should attend all the
Saturday and Sunday teas to which
they are asked. They should stay
not longer than three quarters of
an hour at each house. Women,
must accept or refuse any enclosed
invitations to a party either at the
house, or by telephone before 11
o'clock Sunday evening September
27.

Flowers Take Dignity
From Academic Dress
I wish to call to the attention of
the senior women that the wearing
of flowers with academic dresses
is inappropriate on Baccalaureate
Sunday and at Commencement day
exercises. The cap and gown is for-
mal academic dress and the wear-
ing of flowers detracts from the
dignity of the costume.
Alice MW. Lloyd
FOUR NEW SPORTS
TO BE INTROUCED

Sororities Announce L SII IT
Engagements; Hold
Dinners for Seniors TO BEIBREAKFAST

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mural Department P
to Add Novel Games
to Competition.

Plans

Nearly all the sororities have had
entertainments for their seniors
this week. Several sororities are
announcing the engagements of
some senior members.
Alpha Delta Pi wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Teresa Ro-
mani, '33, of Grand Rapids.
Alpha Gamma Delta entertained
their seniors at a dinner Monday
night. The senior women were given'
crest bracelets. Green tapers and
yellow roses were used as decora-
tions.
The sorority also wishes to an-
nounce the engagement of. Miss
Dorothy Ann Knight, '31, of Battle
Creek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Knight, to J. Earl Van
=enan of New Zealand, Michigan.
1 shower was given for Miss Knight
Vionday evening. Tuesday night
she gave her engagement party.
Alpha Phi wishes to announce
the engagement of Miss Elizabeth
Maner, '31, of Evanston, Illinois, to
Mr. Owsley Vose of Lansing.
Alpha Xi Delta senior women
were entertained Tuesday evening
at Huron Hills Country Club by
Mrs. Hugh Seely, a patronness, of
the sorority. Miss Feane Fosler of
Toledo, Ohio, was a guest last week-
end.

Lucile Strauss, '31, Chairman
of Annual Affair, Names
Patronesses.
Announcement of the patronesses
for the annual Senior breakfast
which will be held at 9:30 o'clock
Saturday, June 20, in the main ball-
room of the League was made yes-
terday by Lucile Strauss, '31, chair-
man of the event.
The list includes Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven, Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley
Mrs. John R. Effinger, Mrs. James
B. Edmonson, Miss Alice M. Lloyd
Miss Ernestine Perry, Mrs. Byr
Fox Bacher, Miss Ethel McCormick
Miss Ellen Stevenson, Dr. Margaret
Bell, Miss Laurie Campbell, anc
Miss Margaret Elliott.
The breakfast is the last senior
function of the year, and all grad-
uate students as well as senior wo-
men are invited to attend. Tradi-
tional ceremonies will take place
during the course of the affair, and
the senior play, "Suppressed De-
sires," will also be given.

AFTERNOON DRESSES FOR SUMMER
FEATURE MANY ENGAGING DETAILSI
Short Sleeves Dominate Clothes to the dresses designed to grace
for Sport, Street, and them. The most delectable fabrics
Formal Wear. } and the most debonair lines are
Bemployed. Immediately giving a
By Elsie G. Feldman, '33 light feeling to a frock is the con-
With the advent of examinations sistent' use of short sleeves.
and the closing of the semester Two exponents of the necessary

Initial teas last from 3 o'clock
until 7 o'clock. The following week
each sorority gives two parties a
day, tea and dinner. Women should
never go to more than one soror-
ity duringtthe course of any one of
these parties. They should always
leave a tea by 5:15 o'clock, and a
dinner by 8:30. These are Panhell-
enic rules and should not be broken.
On Friday and Saturday, soror-
ities give formal dinners. They are
allowed to call for the women and
also take them home.
Each rusheeswhohas been invit-
eed to join a sorority will receive a
preference list on Sunday evening,
October 4, which she should fill
out and return to the Office of the
Dean of Women before quarter af-
ter 12 o'clock noon on Monday, Oc-
to5er 5.
Glee Club Announces
Officers for New Year
Members of the University Girls'
Glee Club held their annual elec-
tion of officers in the Committee
room of the League building, Wed-
nesday. The following officers were
elected: Willena Kalmbach, '32
president; Burnette Bradley, vice
president; Elizabeth Chandlar, '32,
secretary; Edna Mackenzie, '32sM,
treasurer; Emily. Randall, '32, busi-
ness manager; Leonore Caro, '32Ed,
librarian; and Dorothea Torbeson,
'32SM, auditor.

Besides including everything that I
they had this year, the intramural
department is planning to intro-
duce four new sports on their pro-1
gram next year. There will be:l
clock golf, volley ball, deck tennisl
and quoits.
The advantage of volley ball and
deck tennis is that they can be
played inside as well as outdoors
and courts will be set up in Barbour
gymnasium and on Palmer field so
that the tournaments need not be
held up because of bad weather.
The League house system which
was introduced this year and has
been largely experimental so far,
was unusually successful and even
more co-operation is expected from
it next year. as everyone will be
more familiar with it.
It will be carried out just as it
was this year and in the fall, Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director,
and Miss Marie Hartwig, of the
physical education department, will
give short talks at each leagu :
house explaining the intramural
program to all of the women and
then the houses will placed in var-
ious groups to form teams and
participatesin the intramural ac-
tivities.
This year, the department con-
centrated on swimming, changing
it from a minor to a major sport
and presenting a cup to the winner
at the end of the season. Next year,
it is planned to concentrate on
tennis and golf and to choose teams
in these sports. The winner and the
runner-up in the finals of the tour=-
naments will play in mixed four-
somes with the men.
Another change which will prob-
ably be made is to choose all-star
teams in each intramural sport
just as it has been the custom to
choose one in baseball.
Muchrcredit for the success of
this year's intramural season goes
to the dormitories and many of the
sororities for the splendid co-oper-
ation which they have shown;

GUARANTEED
Half Soles and Rubber Heels
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COLLEGE SHOE SHO
426 Thompson Henry O. Dieterle,
A Timely Selling of
Frocks for Street
and Travel WearQ-

VVIY PAY MORE?

i, ana Elizabethn Mcowell, '32
[iss Gertrude Muxen, Ruth McIn-
>sh, '32, and Virginia Taylor; MisEc
.A. Olson, Katherine Ferrin, '32,
nd Reta Pearl McOmber, '33; Mis
. A. Sproat, Dorothy Magee, '32
ad Josephine Timberlake, '32; Miss
dith Thomas, Susan Manchester
2, and Eleanor Welch, '33.
Miss M. C. Van Tuyl, Jean Perrin.
2, and Eleanor Walkinshaw, '32;
iss Marian Williams, Katherine
och, '32, and Margaret Thompson.
2; Miss A. E. Woodward, Phyllis
eynolds, '32A, and'Lois Sandler, '32.
To Assign Advisers.
Assistants who have not yet been,
signed advisers are: Theresa Ro-
ani, '33, Gladys Diehl, '33, Mar-,
ret Schermack, '33, Helen Mussel-
hite, '32, Thelma Leyer, 'Z3, Caro-
n Cook, '32, Dorothy Ellsworth.
2, Katherine Sitton, '32, Anna Lyle
)ain, '32, Marjorie Ellsworth, '32,
id Margaret O'Brien, '33.
There will be two very important
ianges in plans for Orientation
eek. Instead of the entering women,
articipating in games, the Wom-
Y's Athletic Association will give
demonstration of all the sports
which women participate. There
ill also be activity in the League
iilding where the freshmen will
eet in two groups.
Assistants will be given lunches
id dinners during the week.
raduation
IFTS
A visit to our store will
help you solve this
troublesome question.

rome the plans and expectations summer c i-tume are shown here.
for the summer season and along At the left is a bold plaid chiffon
with it all the planning of one's
summer wardrobe. Whether it will in green and brown on a pale gray
.e town or country, there is one ground. The plain is smartly used
dress that should be included in on the bias, and the circular cut
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Summer afternoons promise to
be very gracious affairs accordingI

Alpha Lambda Delta '
Initiates New Member
Alpha Lambda Delta, National
Honorary Fraternity for Freshmen
women, held a special initiation
Wednesday night for Miss Mary
Louise Kessberger. Isabelle McKel-
lar, the president of the organiza-
tion, presided.
Diplomas of membership wereI
presented to the following women:E
Marion Heald, '33, Bertha Carry,
'34, Barbara Andrews, '34, Isabel
Bonicave, '34, Harriette Clark, '34,
Esther Frank, '34, Marion Giddings,
34, Miriam Hall, '34, Winifred Hall,
34, Harriet Jennings, '34, Sarah
King, '34, Emma Mann, '34, Jose-
phine McCausey, '34, Isabelle Mc-
Kellar, '34, Bernadette McKenzie,
'34, Helen Podolsky, '34, Cybthia
Root, '34, Elizabeth Switzer, '34, and
Carlotta Weitbrecht, '34.

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of the details gives a pleasant
movement to the geometry of the
design. These consist of a jabot-like
collar, a short peplum and short,
pert sleeves.
The second model uses a modern
ninon with a large pattern of gray
shadowed flowers on a chartreuse-
green ground. It has a deep cape
collar forming short sleeves and
continuing into a sash that loops'
in long ends at one side. The cir-
cular skirt joins the blouse in a
shaped line.
The costumes are completed by
light straw hats with matching rib-
bons and long white gloves.
Whether for sport, afternoon or
evening the short sleeve has full
sway. It is comfortable for sport
clothes, cool and light for after-
noon, and smart and new for eve-
ning. An evening wrap was dis-
played in a shop window the other
day made of white velvet with
short doman sleeves which allows
for the beauty of long gloves. In the
day a smart little wool suit cuts
over its sleeves to the elbow and
bands them luxuriously with fox.

One, two, and three-piece creations in our reg-
ular $25.00 and $29.75 assortment. Blue and black
travel crenes, chiffons, laces and prints. Included
in this group is one small lot of wool sport frocks.
All are Collins Shoppe Quality.
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Another Group of
Spring Frocks at Half-Price
(Regular $16.75 values)
Spring dresses for street, afternoon, evening and
sports wear. Woolens, flat crepes, chiffons and
prints in a varied choice of colors.
E. L 1IBE R TY AT MAYNAEW 'A
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Unexcelled Baldwin Pianos
Victor Micro-Synchronous Radio
Victor and Brunswick Records
Music Teacher's Supplies
Popular Music

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UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
William Wade Hinshaw
Devoted to Music

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,Summer Millinery
Today 9:00 to 1:00
Due to an advantageous buy, we are able to offer you a
large group of fine hats at this remarkably low price. There
are all the best straws and some very smart sailors in course
straw. The colors are black, navy, red and natural and all head
sizes are here. Be sure and see them this morning.

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To those ladies (young or old) who are losing their hold
on the MAN of their CHOICE. You may be as sophisti-
cated as the Queen of Sheba but you can't afford to keep
handing him the same line, no matter how sparkling and
naive he used to think it. And so in the French Room-
our stock is being constantly renewed in order that you mem-
bers of the weaker sex who enter our portals depressed and
jaded may walk out with buoyant step and brightened eye,
with new ideas and thoughts already bubbling in your cran-
ium, which means, consequently, a new line of chatter to
hold his so-easily bored attention: And accomplished so
easily-a quiet smoke in the green and orchid loveliness of

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Fastidious women look to Jacob-
son's for footwear that buds the
final touch to their ensemble
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