_ _ _THE MICHICAN DAILY
SCHEDLE PL ANED
Freshmen Play Juniors, Seniors
Play Sophomores, in First
Games of Tournament.
HOLD OPEN HOCKEY DAY
Women Who Play in Two Out
of Three Games toReceive
Interclass hockey itournament
will begin at 4 o'clock this after-
noon at Palmer Field. Three game,-
will be played in the opening round,
the freshman team will play the
juniors, the sophomores will play
the seniors, and the second team of
the freshmen will play the second
team of the sophomores.
The following is the list of the
women who have made the senior
team: Hannah Fein, Esther La
Rowe, Violet Camber, Betty Gard-
ner, Kay MacMurray, Gladys Timp-
son, Marjorie Ellsworth, Betty
Healy, Dorothy Felske, H e 1e n
Townsend, Bertha Desenberg, Dor-1
is Litzenberger, Do'othy Ellsworth
and Leonore Caro.
Following is a list of the womenJ
who have made the junior inter-
class hockey team: Jean Botsford,
L. Lawson, Tommy Brenner, Teresa
Romani, Dolly Davidson, R u t h
Birdseye, Jean Berridge, Gladys'
Schroeder, Louise Peterson, Flor-
ence Bonesteel, Clara Grace Peck,
Jean Bentley, Wilma Glicoe, Kath-
erine Renchker, and Rita Gaber.
The sophomore team is composed
of Dorothy Carr, Betty Lyons, Ly-
dia Seymour, Beatrice Olmstead.
Alta Palce, Margaret Martindale,
Corinne Fries, Elizabeth Cooper,
Gay Mayer, Alice Goodenow, Mar-
garet Friday, Pauline Brooks, Rutlh.
Kurtz, Prudence Foster, Harriet
Hunt, Sally King, and Olive Dawes.
Members of the freshman team
are Ann Ruffe, Jane Hopkins, Lois
Jerkin, Katherine Anning, Janet
Miner, Hilda Kurby, Lucy Little,
Maxine Maynard, Sally Pierce, La-
vina Creighton, Martha Newhardt,
Ruth Root, Jane Baffett, Francis
Chandler, and Elsa Van Slyle, Lois
Jotter, Mary Lou Cummings.
Including today there will be five
sets of games scheduled for inter-
class hockey. Women who play twot
otit of three games will get numer-
.als. Miss Burr and Miss 'Campbell
will officiate at the games. Nov. 17
will be an open day for all chal-
Guest at Whte House
T A INIL BE HELD
FO DEAN!S OFFICE
Directoresses of Dormitories and
Staff of Dean of Women's
Obseving its annual custom, the
University of Michigan Women's
Association of Detroit will hold a.
tea in honor of the staff of the
Dean of Women's, office and the
directoresses of dormitories from
4 to 6 o'clock on Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Albert Kahn
Women in the receiving line are
to be Mrs Kahn, Mrs. Herbert L.
Dunham, president of the Detroit
group, Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of
women, Dr. Margaret Bell, and Miss
Marguerite Chaplin, eecutive sec-
retary of . the Alumnae Council.
Miss Louise Cody will introduce the
Monday evening at the regular
house meeting of the Martha Cook
residents the junior and senior rep-
resentatives to the student council
were elected. As the result of these
elections Marion Calder, '32, is the
senior representative and Margery
Johnston, '33, is the junor repre-
sentative. Jeanne Whitman, '33,
was elected chorister.
Residents of Adelia Cheever
House had a Hallowe'en party last
Saturday afternoon. The house was
decorated in the Hallowe'en motif.
Plans are now being made by the
residents of Adelia Cheever House
for a faculty reception which will
be held November 13 and for the
house formal which will be held
the following evening, November 14. 1 Miss Henriette
The faculty reception is an annual' ent.
affair. Ann Sorensen, '32, is in Betsy Barbou
charge of all the arrangements for eon guest Mon
the house formal. Seddon, nee M
Betsy Barbour. former directo
In a formal initiation held Sun- Mr. and Mrs.
day, November 1, 53 new women guests -at a teE
were admitted to membership in ternoon by Mr
the student organization of Betsy social director,
Barbour House. Following the cere- Hamm, busines
mony an initiation banquet was Mrs. Seddon, v
served. Guests including Dean Wil- place last Sat
bur R. Humphreys, and Mrs. Hum- Michigan, are
phrey, Dean John R. Effinger and York Novembe
Mrs. Effinger, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, home in Engla
Prof. Arthur L. Cross, Dr. Margaret Miss Kathle
Bell, Mrs. N. R. Bell, Mrs. Junius manager of B
E. Beal, Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Susanna Woo
Miss Fandira Crocker, Mrs. Byrl F. Root will leavE
Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry, and bus, Ohio,
Scranton were pres-
ur had as its lunch-
day Mrs. Herbert J.
piss Mary C. Lytle,
r of the dormitory.
Seddon were honor
a. given Tuesday af-
s. Gerrit J. Diekema,
and Miss Kathleen
ss manager. Mr. and'
whose marriage took
urday in Marquette,
sailing from New
er 7 to make their
en Hamm, business
3etsy Barbour, Miss
d, and Miss Miriam
e Friday for Colum-
WIL START TUBA
Junior Women Wishing to R
port Should Check up
Limbering exercises for the 19
Junior Girls' play will start at 3:
this afternoon in Barbour gymna
ium. All elegible junior women w
are expecting to ie in the ph
should report at this time.
Classes will be held from 3:30
4:30, and from 4:30 to 5:30 o'cloc
Bathing suits or rompers, and 1c
heeled shoes should be worn. Elk
ibility should be checked by eve
woman before reporting. Margar
Schermack, and Margaret Smt
the chairmen of dances, will be
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Mrs. Antoinette Grandi, wife of
the italian foreign minister, who
will accompany her husband here
when he comes to confer with Pre-
sident Hoover. Mr. and Mi's. Gi'andi
will be guests at the White House.
Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta,
Zeta Tau Alpha, Mosher
Hall Are Vctorious.
Four teams played off games in
the quarter finals of the intramural
h o c k e y tournament, yesterday
afternoon at Palmer. Field.
.The teams which have succeeded
in going so far are Gamma Phi
Beta, Alpha Xi Delta, Mosher hall,
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Kappa Delta,
Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Kappa Gamma
and Zeta Tau Alpha.
Gamma Phi Beta was defeated
by Alpha Xi Delta 4 to 0. Jean
Botsford, '33, made all four points
f or Alpha Xi Delta. Mosher hall
defeated Alpha Epsilon Phi 3 to O.
Kappa Delta defeated Pi Beta Phi
3 to 0 and Zeta Tau Alpha 'defeated
Kappa Kappa Gamma 1 to 0.
The winner of the game between
Alpha Xi Delta and Helen New-
berry, and the winners of yester-
day's games will enter the semi-
finals next Monday.
Presiding at the tea tables will
be Mrs. Alexis C. Angell, wife of
the son of the late James B. Angell,
President of the University of Mich-
igan; Miss Claire Sanders, Mrs.
William Brown, Mrs. David Scheyer,
Mrs. Stuart Baits, and Mrs. Charles
Guests of Honor.
Guests of honor will be Miss Ellen
Stevenson, Miss Laurie Campbell,
Dr. Mabel Rugen, Miss Emily White,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Grace
B. Hollister, Mrs. W. D. Henderson,
Dr. Katherine B. Green, Mrs. Ger-
rit J. Diekema, Miss Kathleen
Hamm, Mrs. Dean W. Myers, Mrs.
Julius 0. Schloterbeck, Miss Fan-
dira Crocker, Mrs. Florence W.
.Tousey, Miss Eunice Van Camp,
Mrs. Henry Douglas, Mrs. Archibald
W. Diak, Miss Margaret Smith,
Miss Alta Atkinson, Miss Edith
Barnard, Mrs. Hugh W. Keeler,
Mrs. Edwin Goddard, Mrs. Edson
R. Sunderland, Mrs. Louis C. Karp-
inski, Mrs. C. L. Washburne, Miss
Inez Bozarth, Mrs. Lois Failyer,
Miss Isabelle Dudley, Mrs. Mary
Buffington, Mrs. Sarah Lutes, and
Mlle. Eveline Fournier, all of Ann
Shop of Personal Servlce;
Presidents of all the houses on
campus are reminded that sign-
ing out slips for October are due
before Saturday afternoon in
the Undergraduate office of the
League. It is important that they
all be in by that time.
INDIANA-Women at Purdue are
now given the opportunity to pol-
ish themselves at a "charm school"
where they Will learn how to hold
a cigarette gracefully and how to
avoid spilling cocktails on their
best party gowns, etc.
P U R D U E_ UNIVERSITY-Miss
Cicely Warner, famous English
coach of \Held hockey, visited the
school on October 25 to coach the
hockey matches played by the wo-
men in the university and to give
them a few pointers in the game.
Independent women not living
in dormitories who wish Pan-
hellenic ball tickets and who
have not called Vinselle Bartlett,
'33, should call LReta Pearl Mc-
Comber, '33, at' 8817 immediately.
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These are from late shipments and are absolutely new.
These low prices are for but a short time.
e're1 in the Arcade."
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Four Special 9roups
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Plain or Fur Trimmed
- $94 75
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A splendid collection Q f lovely dresses
for every occasion.
TWO NOTABLE GROUPS
Values to $25
Values to $351
10% off On All Lingerie
NO LAY AWAYS
ALL SALES FINAL
Now You May Have
Your Name-on Your
In Raised Letters
Without th Use of a Plate
WITH THIS NEW PROCESS you may have
your own individual greeting with signature to
match IN RAISED LETTERING.
-in some cases your initial or fraternal emblem
steel die stamped in gold at no extra cost.
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