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October 20, 1933 - Image 5

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Sophomores To
Select Cabaret
Heads oday
L e a g u e Representatives
Ask Every Sophomore
To Be At Elections
Elections for the Sophomore Cab-
aret will be held at 4:15 p. m. in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. All
Sophomore women are eligible to
vote, Harriet Jennings, '34, chairman
of Judiciary Council, said yesterday.
The elections will be in charge of the
cbilfncil. '
Chairman and assistant chairman
will be chosen from the first group
of names submitted. Margaret. His-
cock and Betty Rich, sophomore rep-
resentatives on the League Board of
Representatives, have submitted the
following names for nomination to
these offices: Betty Sinclair, Edith
Ferrin, Betty Chapman, and Jane
From the second group, the finance
chairman, and the chairman of en-
tertainment, and hostess committee
will be elected. For these positions
the committee has nominated Julia
Jane, Ernestine Richter, Jane Haber,
Grace Bartling, Dorothy Schwarze,
and Eleanor Young.
For women who haven't. quite
enough hours to be either a sopho-
omore or junior, the ruling is that
they may participate once in each
class event. They may choose the year
in which they want to take part, Miss
Hiscock said yesterday. An attempt
will' be made to give each woman
attending the elections an activity
mark for their house on the new
League chart.
New President
To Be Named
At Convention
Announcement of the new presi-
dent of the State Order of the King's
Daughters will be the closing feature
of the three-day convention sessions
of the order today at the League.
Last night President Alexander G.
Ruthven addressed the organization
at a banquet planned by the Fun and
Fellowship Committee around a
theme satirizing collegiate life. Louise
Hill Leibert, of New York City, inter-
national president of the Philan-
"As queens of the realm, you
must now demonstrate to your
sisters that it is necessary to take
at least one hand from the baby
carriage and put it to the plow,"
said President Alexander G.
Ruthven in his "commencement
address" to thg King's Daughters
Friday night.
The President continued with
admonitions to these graduates.
"Never become commonplace;
never forget that your sex asked
for a part in dealing with world
problems. You will disappoint us
if you let your lives become
empty and useless by a diet of
knitting, knocking and novels,"
he told them.
thropic Organization, also spoke.
Characteristic Michigan music was
played and sung.
Mrs. Albert R. Crittenden, of Ann
Arbor, past State president, will pre-
sent the new officer and officially

close the convention activities, which
were attended by 500 delegates from
all counties of the State. Business
meetings, a presentation of scenes'
from Roy Hoyer's "Juniors on pa-
rade," which was sponsored by local
King's Daughters last spring, and an
international pageant featuring for-
eign students of the University have
been major parts of the program.
Women's Glee Chb
Holds First Meeting
Miss Ethel McCormick and Mr. E
Palmer Christian were the speakers
at the opening meeting of the Wora-
en's Glee Club held recently. Both
speakers were enthusiastic over the
program for the coming year.
At the business meeting which fol-
lowed, a discussion was held concern-
ing the Glee Club library. Officers of
the organization were introduced and
the constitution explained. Maxine
Maynard, '35, president, announced
that after the next meeting, which is
to be held Nov. 1, there will be a
social gathering so that the members
may become better acquainted.
Union Terrace Cleared
To Acconmnodate Crowd
In order to accommodate the rec-
ord crowds that are expected to at-
tend the Fridav and Saturday night


Where To Go
Dancing: Union, Mayfair Dance at
League, Chubb's, Granger's, Rath-
Riding: At Golfside Riding Acad-
emy at 8 p. m.
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Torch

Singer" with Claudette Colbert;
jestic, "The Big Executive" with
cardo Cortez; Wuerth, "Tw
Thousand Years in Sing Sing"
Spencer Tracy; Whitney, "The C
bling Sex."
Art Cinema League: "Be Mine
night" at 8:15 p. m. in Lydia N
delssohn Theatre.

I x

Women's Aetvities
To Be GivenCredit
On League Record
Every activity will be given credit
on the. new League Activity Chart
that will be placed on display soon.
The chart records the names of the
houses and gives each house credit
for every woman in an activity.
The main heads under which the
activities are listed are: Women's
Athletic Association, publications,
music, art, theatre, dramatics, class
activities, debating, inter-sorority,
and honor societies.
To show how inclusive the chart
is, Miss Ethel McCormick, social
director of the League, displayed the
special division under the theatre for
the ushers. Under inter-sorority,
Panhellenic is listed; and class activ-
ities includes the Junior Girls' Play,
,the Freshman Project, Sophomore
Cabaret, and Senior Play. Every di-
vision has a number of sub-heads.
Committee members assisting Miss
McCormick are Hilda Kirby, '35, Bil-
lie Griffiths, '35, and Marie Metzger,
'35. Miss Marie Hartwig of the phys-
ical education department is also in-
terested in the work.
Chairmen of any activity are asked,
to send in a list of the women who
are working with them and their
houses. Tryouts are also to be given
credit and their names should be in-
cluded in the lists under that head-

Initiate, Give
Faculty Dinner
Betsy Barbour House entertained
at a faculty dinner last night at
which the following guests were pres-
ent: Prof. and Mrs. Joseph Brink-
man, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Koella, Dr.
and Mrs. W. C. Rufus, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Hawkins, Dr and Mrs. A. H.
Stockard, Dr. and Mrs. 0. S. Duffen-
dack, Mr. Gordon Farrell, Miss Nora
Hunt, Miss Ruth Pfohl, and Miss
Louise Nelson.
Vivian Vischer, '35, was in charge
of the dinner. Tapers were used for
As a climax to pro-week, the older
residents of Helen Newberry Resi-
dence gave spreads in honor of the
new girls last night. Pro-xveek has
been going on all week and will cul-
minate in the annual initiation to be
held tonight. Margaret Arnold, '34,
has been chairman of the week's ac-
tivities and will be in charge of the
A tea honoring Mrs. Arthur Van-
denberg, wife of the junior senator
from Michigan, will be given this
afternoon by members of the Ann Ar-
bor branch of the Michigan Alumnae.

Fraternities Ilan Entertainment
celebrating__oe-coing Week
Beginning home-coming festivities, members. 'The Ambassadors' will pro-
nine fraternities will give dances Fri- vide the music. Mr. and Mrs. C. L T.
day night. The dances are both for Gabler will be guests. J. S. Smart,
mal and informal, open and closed.'3Eisarnngtepty
Beta Theta Pi is holding a closed 34E, is arrangig the party.
formal with music furnished by Matt There will be a closed formal at
Schift's orchestra. Chaperones are Kappa Sigma tonight with Richard
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chapman, D. E. Williams, '34E, in charge of the
Charlesworth, '35, is arranging the dance. Ralph Wilson's orchestra will
dance. play. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Horner
Members of Alpha Tau Omega are will act as chaperones.
giving an informal. It is an open Sigma Chi is giving a pledge for-
party planned by James Eberly, '35, mal, bid, with Bill Marshall's or-
with Prof. and Mrs. E. D. Mitchell chestra in charge of the music. Mr.
chaperoning. and Mrs. Bernard D. D. Weere, of
Russ White's Detroit orchestra will Wayne, and Capt. and Mrs. C. A.
play for the open formal at Theta Powell will chaperon. M. W. Mason,
Delta Chi. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Dorr Jr., '35, is arranging the party.
will be guests. Fred George, '34, has Sigma Nu is another fraternity giv-
charge of the dance. ing a pledge formal. Max Gail's or-
Otto Richer, '34, is in charge of chestra is playing, and Mr. and Mrs.
the closed formal to be given at Delta Jack Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sigma Delta tonight. Chaperones will Oakes, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Carr
be Dr. and Mrs. U. G. Ricker and are chaperoning. The social chairman
Dr. and Mrs. Paul, Jesevich. The or- for the affair is K. Francis Hildreth,
chestra will be from out of town. '34A. Decorations that will welcome
Delta Upsilon will entertain at a the Beta Nu chapter from Ohio State
formal dance, open to Ohio State 'will be used.




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