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4, 1936

THEMJCHI.GAN DAILY

Plans Announced For Fall Orientation W eek To Be Held Sepi

t. 21-26

Jean Hatfield
Is Chairman Of
Annual Projeel
Men And Women Studen
Advisors To Have Lund
At League And Union
Plan Treasure1Hun
Freshman Women To DImin
At League Every Nigh
During First Week
Plans for the orientation projec
to be held next fall have been com
pleted, according to Jean Hatfield
'37, orientation chairman.
Orientation week has been set fo
Sept. 21-26. A dinner will be give
Monday night of that week for bot
men and women student advisers
and on Tuesday and Wednesday thi.
same group will have lunch at th
League. On Thursday and Frida
they are to et at the Union. On
the two following Wednesdays, th
women advisers only will eat at th
League.
Every night of the first week, start-
ing on Tuesday, the freshman wome
are to eat their dinners inthe Leagu
Ballroom. It is hoped, according to
Miss Hatfield, that the adviserswil
attend these dinners with thei
groups.
Treasure Hunt Scheduled
After dinner Friday night the tra-
ditional treasure hunt is scheduled.
The purpose of this event is to ac-
quaint the incoming class with the
League building itself. After the
treasure hunt, the annual freshman
mixer is scheduled. Charlie Zwick's
band will play in the ballroom for
the affair which is to include only
first-year women and their advisers.
Faculty and student speakers are
to address the freshmen at the
League dinners. It has been planned
that Wyvern and Mortarboard will
address the group and that President
Alexander G. Ruthven will extend
his welcome.
After the dinner on Thursday a
movie of campus life is to be shown
and the League Council will prob-
ably be introduced at that time.
Study Course Planned
After orientation week a "How to
Study" course will be given by Prof.
Francis D. Curtis of the education
school, for those who need it. Every
Wednesday afternoon for the follow-
ing three weeks, two lectures will be
given in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre for the incoming women. Dean
Alice Lloyd is to speak on "College
Conduct," and Charlotte Rueger on
"Your University" the first week.
The second addresses will be by
Prof. Howard McClusky on "How to
Compromise Intellectual and Social
Life" and Maryanna Chockley on
"How to Budget Your Time and
Money." During the third week,
Prof. Bennett Weaver will speak on
"Intellectual and Cultural Oppor-
tunities" and Miss Lloyd on "Per-
sonality and Values." Miss Hatfield
is also to give a talk at this time.
League Library's
Display Featuring
Travel This Week
"At Home Abroad" is the title of
the League Library feature for this
week. This travel display includes
interesting material on various sec-
tions of the world. Leaflets and
folders for all types of travel are pro-
vided for those planning vacations

away from home.
Through the courtesy of Mrs.
James, Couzens, 150 new books have
been purchased for the library with-
in the last month. The new books
include recent fiction, poetry, drama
and popular psychology. Spanish,
French and German dictionaries and
"Who's Who in America" have been
added to the reference shelf.
One shelf has been devoted.to the
collection of the plays that are being
presented in dramatic season. Those
who wish to review the plays before
attending the production may take
the books out for overnight use.
Miss Wedemeyer, the librarian, re-
quests all senior women who visit
the library, to sign their names in
the new League Library Guest Book.
In order that guests of graduation
will be able to visit the library, it will
not close until 5 p.m. Sunday, June
21.

Naval 'Color Girl'

Women To Play
Championship
Matches Today
Mosher And Betsy Barbour
Will Meet In Baseball
Final At Palmer Field

I

Chasman Wedding
Is Set For June 14

- -Associated Press Photo.
h Miss Julia Bishop (above) of Po-
' land, 0., will take part in color
s presntation ceremonies ait U.S.
e Naval Academy as the guest of
Y Midshipman J. P. Preston, of Los
I Angeles, who is commander of the
e winning midshipman company.
e -
- S r mer Shoes To
Flaunt High Colors
1Of Texan Influence
Ties, cut-outs and high tones make
the new summer shoes distinctly un-
conventional. Six bright shades for
summer shoes have been named in
lonor of the Texas celebration-the
"Centennial colors" of royal purple,
grass green, rust, yellow, blue and
red.
Moccasin and monk styles are most
appropriate for sports. One pair has
a high tongue with a strap across the
instep. The plain brown color is
set off by a white leather inset.
The ever-popular white sport shoe
has been given a modern cut by
adding a blue strap from the heel to
the tie in front. The heelematches
the strap, and the toe is left open.
For tennis a woven, flat-heeled san-
dal offers comfort as well as cool-
ness.
Any ordinary afternoon dress can
be enhanced by a pair of red or green
pumps. Toeless and heelless patent;
leather sandals will add the sophis-
ticated touch for the cocktail hour.
Not alone are bright colors fea-
tured in shoes, but sandals with three
or more colors will be popular. Onet
pair shown recently has a red heel
and shank with red, green and yellow
straps across the toe. It is very
open and ties with a red grosgrain
ribbon.
Evening shoes are scant, and straps
are arranged in every conceivablet
manner. A few straps across the toes1
and a twisted strap that fastens
around the ankle in bright red kid
Where TO o I
Drama: "The Distaff Side" with
Blanche Yurka, Estelle Winwood, Ef-
fie Shannon and Margalo Gillmore
at 8:15 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Theatre: Majestic, "Woman Trap"
with Gertrude Michael and "Too
Many Parents" with Frances Farm-
er. Michigan, "Show Boat" with
Irene Dunne. Orpheum, "Naughty
Marietta" with Jeanette MacDonald
and "Two Fisted" with Lee Tracy.
Wuerth, "Silly Billies" with Wheeler
and Woolsey. Also "Speed Devils"
with Paul Kelley.
All signs lead to the R. & S.
Restaurant, the home of Ann
Arbor's most delectable Straw-
berry Shortcakes. Found at
that popular 605 Church St.
address.

Championships in two women's
sports events, originally scheduled for
June 1 but postponed because of
rain, will be decided at 4:15 p.m. to-
day at Palmer Field.
Mosher Hall and Betsy Barbour
House will meet in the finals of the
baseball tournament, while the team
of Hope Hartwig, '38, and Jean
Bonisteel, '38, will meet that of Eliza-
beth Ross, '36, and Virginia Zaiser,
'39Ed, to decide the championship
of the wmen's doubles tennis tour-
nament.
Merida Hobart, '37, easily'defeated
Miss Ross, 6-1, 6-1, yesterday on the
Palmer Field courts to win the wom-
en's singles tennis title. This was a
repetition of the finals of the fall
tournament, when Miss Hobart
gained the title by defeating Miss
Ross, 6-4, 7-5. Miss Hobart gained
the right to play in the final round,
by defeating Patricia Haff, '39M,
6-0, 60, in the second round after
drawing a bye in the first, beating
Plorence Benel, Grad., by the score
of 6-0, 6-0 in the third, and Lola
Bartley, '37, 6-2, 6-1 in the fourth
round.
Lillian Scott, '36A, was the victor
in the archery tournament also held
yesterday at Palmer Field, receiving
a score of 136 for 24 arrows at 30
yards. Her closest opponent, Ann
Thompson, '38, who had 76, was
closely followed by Elizabeth White,
'39, with 74. Adele Gardner, '37, the
only other finalist, received a score
of 41.
Yesterday's events had also been
postponed from June 1. The only
tournament which could be played
at that time was the putting contest,
won by Frances Sutherland, '39,
whose score of 17 barely defeated
Marjorie Merker, Lit., with 18.
The finals of the mixed doubles
tennis tournament will be played at
4:15 p.m. Friday on the Palmer Field
courts. Miss Ross will appear for the
third time as a finalist, with Parker
Davis, '37, as her partner. Miss Ho-
bart, with her partner, William
Smith, '37, will again oppose her.
MOVING PICTURES NOT SHOWN
'Colored moving pictures of the
Freshman pageant will not be shown
today at the Palmer Field House.
make an individual and unusual
summer sandal.
Printed linen makes a variation
for a plain summer formal. A san-
dal of green linen with straps across
the whole instep will add a dashing
touch to any dress.
---- DRUGS
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The following women were initiat-
The wedding of Thelma Chasman, ed into Theta Sigma Phi, national
'37, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles honorary journalistic sorority, yes-
S. Chasman of New York, to Abra- terday. Marion Holden, '37, Char-
ham L. Zwerdling, '36, of Ann Arbor, lotte Rueger, '37, Florence Davies, '37,
is to take place Sunday afternoon, Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, Martha
June 14, in the Hotel Concourse Stuckey, '37, Louise Herold, '37, Alice
Plaza, New York City. Their en- Zingg, '37, Jane Dole, '37, Jean Nash,
gagement was announced several '37, Eleanor Gessner, '37, Maurine
weeks ago. Coffee, '37, Mary Catherine Johnson,
Miss Chasman is a member of both.I '37, and Claire Gorman, '37.
Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha I New officers elected were: Miss
Kappa Delta, honorary sororities, and Holden, president; Miss Gessner,
has been given an Earhart scholar- vice-president; Miss Nash, secretary
ship in sociology. Zwerdling was a ---
member of the debate team for three
years and is affiliated with Delta
Sigma Rho. He is an Earhart fellow
in political science and will receive
his master's-degree next year.
The couple is to honeymoon in the
Adirondacks and will be at home,
614 Monroe St., after June 22.
New SystemOf
W.A.A. Awards
Is Made PublicTog
After much discussion, the W.A.A.
board decided upon a new system
of awards yesterday at its final neet- BEG II
ing for the year. Under the new sys-
tem, awards will be based on sea-
sonal participation in sports, thus
disposing of the old "point" system.
Scarfs will be awarded for two sea-
sons of participation in any field of
sport. This will apply to team sports,
individual sports (on the basis of
12 attendances) and Intramural
sports. It will be necessary to take SWAGGER TWO
all opportunities but one of partici-
pating in the latter to be eligible for
an award.
Mary Johnson, '38, was appointed $19.95 V
chairman of the committee forthe $25 i.00 V
fall sport style show that the W.A.A.
puts on during Freshman Orienta- $29.75 V(
tion week. Plans for the field pro-
grams to be given in every sport at $39.75 Vc
this time were also discussed and
put in charge of the different sports
managers.
Bulletins will be sent to the in-
coming freshmen women along with
an invitation to the W.A.A. tea pr~e-
ceding the style show, the board de-
cided
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