SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1935
THE MliCHIG A.N DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DATT.V
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Michigan Graduate Achieves Mosher-Jordan
Ideal Career As Paris Buyer. Juniors Will
,a re iivcvcaa
"!UIBy ELSIE PIERCE
A career that every college woman
Hald has yearned for some time in herk
life has been achieved by Jessie Her-
For man, '06, who for four years was the
Patrons and patronesses for Lan-
tern Night were announced yester-
day by Ruth Root, '35, chairman of
the' traditional affair, which will be
held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 22.
The list is as follows: President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Prof
and Mrs. J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs
J. B. Edmonson, Dean and Mrs Ed-
ward Kraus, Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs
Byrl Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry
Mrs. Ellen S. Stanley.
Regent Esther M. Cram and Mr.
Cram, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith
Dean and Mrs. C. S. Yoakum, Dr. and
Mrs. James Bruce, Dr. and Mrs. War-
ren Forsythe, Dr. and Mrs. Earl V
Moore, Dr. George May, Mr. and Mrs
Elmer D. Mitchell, Dr. Margaret Bell
Dr. Helene Schutz, Dr. Mabel Rugen,
Miss Laurie Campbell, Miss Marie
Hartwig, Miss Dorothy Beise, Miss
Irene Field, Miss Virginia Peasley,
Miss Hilda Burr, Miss Emily White,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss Jean-
nette Saurbon, and Valentine B.
Seats for the patrons and patron-
esses will be reserved on the balconies
of Couzens Hall. Band members and
sponsors are asked to use the front
entrance of Couzens Hall for access
TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE
Alpha Delta Pi will entertain five
guests at dinner today. Decorations
will be carried out with violets, com-
memorating the sorority flower. Fol-
lowing the dinner, the sorority will
hold open house.
IN OUR BEAUTY SHOP
eA Lovely Wave
Paris buyer for the J. L. Hudson Co.
in Detroit. Although Miss Herman
has given up her position now, she is
spending her time Halliburton fash-
ion,, traveling to remote corners of
f the world.
Strange as it may seem, Miss Her-
man had no thoughts of such a gla-
morous career when she graduated
I from the University in 1906, but for
several years she spent a rather hum-
drum existence, teaching school in
Saginaw. and at the Liggett School
in Detroit. However, Miss Herman
said, "In 1924, I decided that I wanted
to -get out of the rut in which I had
allowed myself to slip."
Then she began to plan ahead, and
realizing that if she did get a position
as a foreign buyer that she would
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a feminine psychoanalist she met
in Paris. During their conversation
the woman asked Miss Herman what
her occupation was. When she re-
plied that she was a resident buyer
and stylist for a large American store,
the expert pondered a moment, and
then she calmly asked, "It is Wool-
After she gave up her job, she was
at leisure to travel, and she not only
toured Europe, but crossed into Afri-
I ca, and visited Morocco, Algeria, and
Tunis . She is now planning trips to
Japan, China, and India.
Groups To Hold
Seniors at Jordan and at Mosher
Halls will be honored today at break-
fasts given by the juniors.
The breakfast at Jordan Hall will
be conducted as a court trial, court
summons serving as invitations fort
the seniors. Alice Hayes, '36, will be
judge for the trial, Elizabeth Long,
'36, prosecuting attorney,and of-
fending attorney, Lois Trigg, '36.
Public enemy number one will be
Georgina Karlson, '35, and Marian
Brooke, '35, will be the most out-
standing leader of the criminal gang.
At the breakfast, Lucille Johnston,
'36, will be announced as the presi-
dent of Jordan for the next year.
At the breakfast given by the jun-
iors for the seniors at Mosher, the
theme will be andairplane trip, tickets
being distributed to the seniors for
The committee in charge is Ruth
Folger, '36, Jean Curtis, '36, and Doro-
thy Roth, '36. At the breakfast the
announcement will be made known
of the senior considered the most out-
standing. The new president of
Mosher Hall is Maureen Kavanaugh,
who will be installed at an honor
Marshall Smith, '38E, was elected
president of Phi Eta Sigma for the
coming year. Other officers selected
in Wednesday's balloting are: Sydney
Steinborn, '38, vice president; Robert
B. Sommers, '38E; secretary; William
A. Centner, '37, treasurer; Benjamin
G. Cox, '37E, senior adviser.
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on Tuesday, May 21, 4:15, in thel
Botanical Seminar will hold a
photographic exhibit on Wednesday,
May 22, at 4:15, Room 3004 N.S.
t Bldg. Members of the Department
of Botany will illustrate with prints,
transparencies, etc., the application of
photography to various fields of bota-
a new note in summer
Printed chiffon and sheer
suits smartly tailored for
daytime wear, in navy,
brown, beet root, and IY
Sizes from 12
GOWN SHOP E
East William off State
nical research and teaching. Demon- Subject for general discussion will be
strations of several photographic the Newspaper Guild of America.
methods will also be on exhibition. A
Alpha Gamma Sigma: Important
Sigma Delta Chi will hold a special meeting Monday at 7:45, at the
supper meeting at 6:15 p.m. onday League. Election of officers makes
at the Union for members and guests. I attendance compulsory.
nave o L ime LU learn To speati 1 rencnI, In observance of Education Day
.he enholleMintnte French Summer in the churches, the Wesleyan Guild
School at McGill University in Mon- will have as its speaker for the de-
treal. votional hour at 6 p.m. tonight Deanj
Trains For Position James B. Edmonson of the School of
Her efforts to break into business Education. Dean Edmonson will ad-
did not stop there, for that fall she dress the group upon the subject
enrolled in the Prince School of Edu- "Your Contribution to Community
cation for Store Service, a post-grad- Betterment." Herbert Soper, BAd.,
uate school of Simmons College. When Grad., is responsible for the program.
she became training director for Saks- Phyllis Huston, '37, will preside.
Fifth Avenue store, and lived in New A hike and picnic supper will be
York.Igiven by the Student Walther League
However, shedecided that she of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Her-
wished to go back to Detroit, so she IBert Hoerauf, '35, and Samuel Car-
accepted a position as director of done are in charge of arrangements.
merchandise training at Hudson's. "Demonology, A n g e 0 1 o g y, and
She had only spent eight months Other Tom-foolery" will be the sub-
there when she was asked to go to ject under discussion at the fellow-
Paris as resident representative, ship meeting of the young people of
For four years she had a residence St. Andrew's Church at 5 p.m. today
in Paris, spending ten months abroad, in Harris Hall.
and two months in Detroit and New The student group of the Zion Lu-
York, and as Miss Herman says, "It theran Church will be entertained at
was a full and happy life, involving 4 p.m. today at a lawn party given at
lots of work and plenty of nervous the home of Mrs. Ernest Schnee-
strain, but with wonderful experiences berger. Karl Beck, '38M, president
thrown in for good measure." of the group, is responsible for the
Meets Psychoanalist planning of the affair.
One of the most amusing anecdotes George Stroebe, Grad., will speak
which Miss Herman tells of her work on "The Oxford Movement" at the
abroad, is an experience she had with meeting of the Roger William Guild
-- at 6 p.m. today at the Guild House.
." The Rev. Henry Lewis of St. An-
Iitiation Breakfast drew's Church will lead the discussion
Hel. 'at the student meeting at 7 p.m.
Hel yP itonightat Harris Hall.
"The School Year in Perspective"
The members of Kappa Phi, na- will be the topic for discussion at the
tional Methodist sorority, will hold 6:30 p.m. meeting of the Disciples
their formal installation of officers (Church of Christ) Guild.
and senior' breakfast today, at 7 a.m.
in the auditorium of the Methodist V
Church. The installation will be fol-
lowed by the senior breakfast, served
at 8 a.m. at Stalker Hall.
The new officers to be installed in- /j
elude Dorothy Armstrong, '36, presi-
dent; Harriet Breay; '37, vice-presi-
dent; Phyllis Huston, '37, recording
secretary; Betty Howard, '36Ed. ,V
treasurer; and Ruth Sonnanstine, '36,
Those to be initiated are Bertrade o
Smith, '35, Regina Olson, '36, Geral-
dine Skinner, '37, and Nina Jean
Knutson, '36. \
Seniors are requested to appear in
their caps and gowns. Following the =
breakfast, the members will attend
church in a body, sitting in a special U
Motion Pictures: Majestic, "George 0
White's 1935 Scandals" with Alice
Faye; Michigan, "Star of Midnight" LOW-BACKO
with Ginger Rogers; Whitney, "Night
Life of the Gods" with Forine Me- FOUNDATIONS
Kinney and "Case of the Howling ^
Dog" with Warren William; Wuerth,
"Devil Dogs of the Air" with James $ 5$O
Cagney. $ uo ~
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
The women successfully answered
the challenge of the Lawyers' Club
to a field hockey match by holding KELLOGG o
them to a tie score, 1 to 1. They met
yesterday afternoon at Palmer Field.. ostSo
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