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DIRECT O RS S E LECT
ANNUA L CO CR ESS
Students to Discuss Problems
of National and World \
TO CONVENE IN TOLEDO
Choice Based on Work in League
and in Campus
Helen DeWitt, '33, was named del-
egate to the seventh annual con-
gress of the National Student's Feder
eration of America, which will be
held from Dec. 27 to 31 ast the Uni-
versity of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio,
by the League board of directors
at a meeting yesterday afternoon.
Miss DeWitt was selected on the
' basis of hoa activity in League work.
During her freshman year, she was
president of the Freshman Girls'
Glee club, and was general chair-
man of the Freshman Pageant. As
a sophomore, she represented her
class on the League board of di-
rectors, and this year she is secre-
tary of the League.
300 Delegates Called.
The Congress is an annual af-
fair, which is attended by more
than three hundred students and
presidents throughout the country,
and serves as "a clearing house for
undergraduate problems." T h e
meeting will also determine the pol-
icy of the federation for the corn-
Experts in the field of student
government, publications, honor
system, and athletics will lead dis-
cussion groups on the various sub-
jects. The meeting will also give
an opportunity to obtain informa-
tion on student travels-and inter-
in addition to this work, the con-
gre s endeavors to solve any per-
plexing problems of the student
Panhellenic ball tickets will be
available in a limited number for
any sorority or independent wo-
man who wishes to secure them.
Freshmen women will also be
able to obtain them. Reta Pearl'
McOmber, '33, at 8817, is in
charge of the sale.
Programs will be distributed
the night of the ball.
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PRESTON JAMES ADVOCATES NEW
FIELD FOR RESEARCH FOR WOMEN
Opportunities in Geography Are Miss Margaret Fead, a student in
Open to Professionals the university working on her Ph.D.
and ma~turs.is specializing in cartography, the
.business of drawing maps. Miss
Fead will present a ,paper on "The
By D. B. R. '34 Development of the Technique of
"It is possible for a woman to Mapping Cities," at the next an-
succeed in geographical research, nual meeting of the Association of
but it requires a rare type of wo- American Geographers.
roan-a completely sophisticated Until recently teachers of geo-
one," stated Preston E. James, head graphy have not had to specialize
of the geography department. but now the demand for instruc-
The field work required to ob- tors trained in this field is greater
vain data has been considered too than the supply.
difficult for women. However, Prof.
Tames pointed out that women are
takirng prominent positions in geo-
logy and anthropology where the
field work is equally complicated.
Convention is another obstacle wo-
men have to overcome.
A few women have succeeded and
more are -speciali2ing in various
phases of geography. Miss Ellen
Churchill Semple is a pioneer in
the study of the geographical con-
ditions upon the development of"
society. She is the author of sev-
eral books upon this subject and
one of the best known geographers!
in America. Miss Marion I. Newbi-
gin is editor of the Scottish Geo-
graphical Magazine.Gladys Wrig-
ley is the editor of the Geographi-
cal Review, which is one of the
best magazines of its kind in the
Dr. Helen Strong, who is a grad-
uate of the- University of Chicago,
has a high position in the Depart-
ment of Commerce at Washington.
Memorial Service Held Sunday
for Miss Hazel Ritchey
in League Building.
A memorial service was held at
5:15 o'clock Sunday, Nov. 22, by the
members of Sigma Alpha Iota, na-
tional music sorority, in honor of
Miss Hazel E. Ritchey, who died
May 30, 1930, and who was national
president of the sorority at the
time of her death. The service
which was held in the chapel of the
League building was patterned af-
ter a similar one which took place
during the national convention last
Tribute to Miss Ritchey was paid
by Miss Elizabeth Campbell. A sim-
ilar recognition was given to Mrs.
J. J. Goodyear, who was a patron-
ness of the sorority, by Miss Nora
Crane Hunt. Both Miss Campbell
and Miss Hunt were founders of
The service was attended by ac-
tives, alumnae, and patronesses. A
similar in . memoriam was given
Sunday in every chapter of Sigma
Alpha Iota throughout the United
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Friday, Dec. 4. to Be Set Aside
for Faculty Members;
Faculty Night will feature the
first dinner sponsored by the
League Mardi Gras from 6 to 8:30
o'clock Friday, Dec. 4. All mem-
bers of the faculty are invited too
attend on this occasion, although
they may attend Saturday if they
wish. A special dinner will be serv-
ed, and there will be dancing to the
music of the League orchestra un-
der thedirection of Gail Corbett.
It has been planned to run
through the specialties of the
SophomorehCabare aalthough the
dinner is being sponsored by the
Mardi Gras. Reservations may be
made by calling Louise Breakey,
All women who 'are irterested
in playing basketball and who
are not affiliated with a dormi-
tory or sorority team should no-
tify their house presidents who
in turn will call the intramural
office at Barbour gymnasium".
The basketball season will start
next Monday, Nov. 30. Women
,must notify of their intention to
play by Saturday, Nov. 23.
Monday afternoon Miss Edith
Barnard, social director of Alumnae
House, gave a tea in honor of Miss
Sarah Sturtevant, professor at Co-
lumbia University. Miss Sturtevant
is on her way to a convention in
Texas. During the morning she
visited the various dormitories on
The guests included the directors
and heads of all the dormitories on
FOR ALL WOMEN
Fencing, a comparatively new
sport for women at Michigan, will
begin next week. A class will be
held from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock every
Wednesday night beginning Dec. 2.
Mr. John Johnstone, instructor in
physical education, and Varsity
coach, will instruct the class. All
women who have signed up at the
Palmer Field house and also all
women who are interested in learn-
ing or obtaining more skill in the
sport are asked to report at 7:30
o'clock next Wednesday night.
W.A.A.points will be awarded to
all women attending the class. No
physical education credit will be
campus. Autumn shades predomi-
nated in the decorations. 'Mums
and harmonious tapers added to
the attractiveness of the affair.
Monday at luncheon Miss Alta B.
Atkinson, director of Martha Cook,
and Miss Margaret Smith, social
director, entertained in honor of
Miss Sarah Sturtevant, of Colum-
Last Sunday afternoon the resi-
dents of Martha Cook held another
of their bi-monthly musicales. Two
violin selections were first present-
ed by Florence Reed, '33. Then a
vocal trio composed of Edna Mac-
kenzie, '32SM, Elizabeth Chandler,
'32, and Lenore Caro, '32ED with
Helen Bentley acompanying pre-
sented a number of selections. The
final part of the program 'was by
Margaret Reed, '32, who played two
selections on the piano.
Monday evening the ' annual'
bridge tournament of Martha Cook
was completed. The three women
having the higest scores were Mar-
jorie Smith, '32, Margaret Hayes,
'32, and Elizabeth Chandler, '32.
U 6S. HOCKEYT T1
Faculty Members and Stud
Will Attend National
Six faculty members and 18
dents will leave at 1 o'clock
afternoon for the annual nat:
field hockey tournament Nhie1
be held at Winnetka, Ill., begin
today and lasting until Satur
The faculty members who
going, are Dr. Margaret Bell,
Laurie Campbell, Miss Ruth I
inger,. Miss Hilda Burr, Miss Ma
Hartwig, and Miss Mary Stev
The women who are leaving
Alice Goodenow, '34, Doris Lit
burger, '32, Beatrice Olstead,
Katherine Rentschler, '33, 1
Jacobs, '34, Emma Jean Graicus
Lydia Seymour, 34, Josephine F
er, '32, Esther LaRowe, '32,.
Russe, '34, Katherine MacMui
'32, Janet Miner, '35, Corinne F
'34, Jean Berridge, '33, Marie Gr
wald, '32, Jane Robinson, '32, E
er Johnson, '35, and Ruth K
November Meeting to Be at
o'Clock Friday at Home
of Mrs. Ruthven.
The November meeting of the
A. A. U. W. is to be a reception and
musicale honoring the admission of
the School of Music graduates to
membership in the association and
the other new members.
The meeting will take place Fri-
day at 3 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. A. G. Ruthven. The following
members of the executive board
and the chair ncn of the various
committees assisting Miss Maud
Hagel, president of the association,
and her sister, Mrs. Ruthven in re-
ceiving the guests: Mrs. Wells Ben-
nett, Mrs. A. J. Rousseau, Mrs. H.
Gq. Raschbacher, Mrs. W. F. Giefel,
Miss Ethel McCormack, Mrs. R. C.
Gregory, Mrs. G. Alder, Miss Edith
Barnard, Miss Anna Steele, Miss'
Lena Tinkham, Miss Mabel Van1
Kleek, and Mrs. L. A. Wikel. The
remaining members of the Board
who will pour, are: Mrs. Louis 'C.
Karpinski, Mrs. E. W. Dow, Miss
Sara Whedon, and Miss C. Allison
The musicale to be held from
3:30 to 4 o'clock will be given by
Marian Freeman, who will give a
group of violin solos, and Maud
Okkelberg, who will present sever-
al piano solos..
Dean Lloyd Entertains
Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of Wo-
men, entertained the members of,
Mortarboard at her home at a din-
ner last night. At her home a
meeting of the organization was
held later to discuss future money
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ILLINOIS - The final proof of given. Lydia Seymour, '34Ed, and
freedom from vanity is not to care Helen E. Aiglr, '35, fencing man-
what the hairdresser does to your agers, are planning a tournament
hair. later on in the season.
that you like
or Duck and all the
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1:00 o'clock till 4:00
417 East Huron Street
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-Fresh-
men representatives from each
group in Woman's Group system
will be guests of the executive com-
mittee of the system during the
meeting of the second council of
the Woman's League.
SUNDAY NIGHT FROCKS
CREPES-VELVETS-NEW OSTRICH WOOIENS
The Pan-Hellenic Ball
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a Single Dress Reserved--
Your Unrestricted Choice
promises to be brilliant
-but you'll be, too-IF
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. you ate w e enough
to choose from our attrac-
tive collection of
and five o'clock dresses.
It includes copies of Lanvin
aid Patou, so you know it
mi st be iliiant.
$19.75 to $69.75
You'll look especially nice,
we're sure, in a pair of, six-
teen-button gloves . .
white, eggshell and black.
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This event is held but 3
frock is our regular fine
days every six months-and as every single
quality and value there is always a Very en-
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