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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1932

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Women Chosen
For Committee
Work At League
Chairman, Members, For
New Social Committee
Announced This Week
Ruth Robinson, '34, chairman of
the League Social committee, recent-
ly announced new committee mem-
bers. They are: Josephine Wood-
hams, '34, assistant chairman and
Marcelle Morford, '35, Mary Barnett,
'33, Barbara Rose, '34, Mary Reif, '34,
Mary O'Brien, '35, Lenore Le Gendre,
'34, Ann Osborn, '35, Elsa Van Slyke,
'35, Betty Bergener, '34, and Jane
Ashton, '34, additional members.
Plan First Tea
The committee held their first
meeting yesterday afternoon. Martha
Cook Dormitory will be in charge of
the first tea which will take place on
October 28. The initial President's
tea will be held on November 2. At
present, the committee is considering
the music to be fsed.
Senior Society To
Entertain Former
Dean Of Women
Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan, former
dean of women, will be honored by
Senior Society at tea from 4:30 to 6
p. m. today in the Ethel Fountain
Hussey room of the League. Miss
Alice Lloyd dean of women will pour.
Also present will be Miss Ellen Stev-
enson, Miss Dorothy Ogburne, Mrs.
Byrl Fox Bacher, Miss Jeanette
Perry, Doctor Margaret Bell, Miss
Ethel McCormick, members of Miss
Lloyd's staff.
Among other alumnae present will
be Miss Marie Hartwig, Mrs. Irene
Balke Johnson, Miss Jeanette Sau-
born, and Mrs. William H. Tenney.
Adelia Cheever House
To Hold Celebration
The members of this Adelia Chee-
ver house are holding this week one
of the customary birthday celebra-
tions which will take place at inter-
vals during the year. Women whose'
birthdays occurred in September and
October will be honored at a dinner.
They are; Ruth Soule; Grace Ker-
cher, Ruby Peinert and Mary-Etta
Roop. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holcomb
will be guests.

Theta Chi fraternity members who
attended the game at Columbus were
Frederick Seitz, '33, Stewart Wil-
liams, '33, Ray Eiserman, '33, Russell
Coward, '36, and Frederick Fenske,
The chapter is planning a formal
dance for November 11.
Among those who attended the
Ohio State game from the Nu Sigma
Nu house was Thomas Thomas, '33M.
' Kappa Nu fraternity members who
attended the game at Columbus were'
Eli Soodik, '34, William Arnoff, '32,
graduate, Bert Koatz, '32, graduate,
Klee Bachenheimer, '31, graduate,
Oscar Brown, '25, graduate, and
James Riegelhaup, '25, graduate.
The house is planning dances for
October 29th, andnNoverber 12th.
Charles Sprawl attended the Ohio
State game from the Delta Theta Phi
Delta Sigma Pi members who at-
tended the game at Columbus were
Emil Steva, '33, David Landsborough,
'33, Richard Aldrich, '33, Edward
Stevens, '33.
The house is giving a dance after
the Princeton game.
Harold Brown, '33, attended the
Ohio State game from the Delta, Sig-
ma Phi house.
Among those from the Delta Al-
pha Epsilon fraternity who attended
the game at Columbus was William
Langden, '34.
Alumni, the Illinois chapter and
pledges will hold the spot-light in a
gala week-end at Gamma Nu chapter
featuring the annual pledge formal,
Friday night. Pledges being honored
are: George Holmes, '35, Herbert
Legget, '35, John Warner, '35, Law-
rence Elmgren, '35, Chester Beard,
'35, Louis Benua, '36, Robert Olson,
'36, Robert Metcalf, '36, Bruce Bas-
set, '36, George Hincz, '35, Richard
Boyce, '36, Leon Terry, '35, George
Eckel, '36, and Homer Barber, '35.
Decorations for the party are fur-
nished by the May Company of
Cleveland with Kenneth F. Hildreth,
134A, as chairman in charge of ar-
rangements. George R. Squibb, '33,
will be general social chairman for
the affair.
The Gamma Mu chapter of Illi-
nois will be guests for the occasion

and several parties from there have
already written of their intention to
be present. Music for the affair will
be furnished by the Ken Lundquist
band with a special group of enter-
Patrons and patronesses for the af-
fair will include Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Failing, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dunn.
Guests will also include several local
men and members of the faculty who
are members of the Gamma Nu
Michigan D a m e s
Make Plans For
Year At Meeting
Special study and interest groups
were formed and organized at the
first meeting of the Michigan Dames
Club Tuesday night in the Grand
Rapids room of the League. To last
year's groups of music, dramatic,
child study, and books, were added
two new sections, home-making and
sports and hygiene.
The first group meetings were in
charge of the advisors who are the
wives of various faculty members.
Mrs. G. Carl Huber, music; Mrs.
Dwight L. Dumond, dramatics; Mrs.
George Carrothers home-making;
Mrs. Frederick W. Peterson, child
study; Mrs. James B. Edmondson,
books; Mrs. Ira M. Smith, sports and
Several new members were regis-
tered, and general plans for the sea-
son made.
Registration for the coming pres-
idential election will close at 8:00
p. m. today.
Voters may register at the Mayor's
office in the City Hall at Fourth and
Huron streets. The office will be open
today from 8:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.

Fraternities Will Entertain
Week-End Of Illinois Game

Sa"rah Bloom'
Chosen'To Fill
Dorm Vacancy
Two Chairmen Appointed'
To (oinplete Conm itteesa
At Helen Newberry
Helen Newberry Residence held an1
election recently to fill the vacancy
of vice-president. Sarah A. Bloom,
'33, was chosen for this office. Wini-
fred Quarton, '34, was appointed
kitchenette chairman and Margarett
Arnold, '34, athletic chairman.
The officers for the year are Helen
Travis, '33, president; Sarah A.
Bloom, '33, vice-president, '33; Fran-
ces McCarty, '33, Treasurer; Isabella
Currie, '35, Secretary. The class rep-
resentatives are Annette Rudolphi,
'33, senior representative; Annie
Macintyre, '34, junior representative;
Helen Clark, '35, sophomore repre-
sentative, and Harriet Witcher, '36,
and Sue Thomas, '36, freshmen rep-
Committees Named
The committee chairmen are Ellen
Sarah Place, '34, Social Chairman;
Sarah Bloom, '33, dance chairman;
Mary Monks, '34, tea chairman; Ada
Blackman, '34, faculty chairman;
Harriet Spiess, '35, publicity chair-
man; Harriet Wojtowicz, '35, libra-
rian; Elsa Van Slyke, '35, fire cap-
tain; Winifred Quarton, '34, kitchen-
ette chairman; Florence Weaver, '34,
music chairman; Katherine Davis,
'34, scholarship chairman; and Mar-
garet Arnold, '34, athletic chairman.
The first meeting this year of the
Colliquium on Theoretical Physics
was held yesterday afternoon in the
staff. room of the physics building.
Prof. Otto Laporte addressed the
meeting on "Approximate Solutions
of the Dirac Equation."

IArt Is Subject Of
Address Given To
Ann Arbor Women
Miss Elizabeth Martin, Grad., was'
chief speaker at the weekly meeting
of the Ann Arbor Women's club
Tuesday afternoon in the League
ballroom. Her topic was "Art in the
Making of a Home." The members
of the club were also entertained
with several musical numbers by Miss
Florence Washington.
Mrs. R. B. Finley director of the
Home Department of the club plan-
ned Tuesday's meeting. Miss Alice
Lloyd, Dean of Women, was recently
made an honorary member.
Georgia has spent more than $105,
000,000 on highways in the past 13

Columbia Dean Attacks
Incompetent Lawyers
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 16.-
Speaking before the American Bar
Association, Young B. Smith, Dean
of the Columbia Law School, asserted
that the true problem before the
legal profession is not overcrowding,
but the incompetence of a very large
proportion of those annually admit-
ted to the bar.
"The problem with many members
of the bar is their lack of general
education and culture. This is due,
in great part, to the admission re-
quirements of many law schools,
which do not select their students
with sufficient care," the dean said.
Summer School Deans
Elect Yearly Officers
Next year's officers of the Associa-
tion of Deans and Directors of Sum-
mer Sessions were chosen at the an-
nual meeting concluded last Satur-
The . newly elected officers are:
president, Dean C. G. Maphis of the
University of Virginia; vice presi-

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