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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

First Issue Of
League Paper
Out Oct. 16
News And Features To Be
Subject Matter Of New
'League Lantern'
The initial publication date of the
"League Lantern," new campus paper
for women, has been definitely set for
Friday, Oct. 16, it was announced by
Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, chairman
of the League publicity committee
and editor-in-chief of the publica-
tion.
The Lantern's first issue is to be a
sample orientation edition and no
charge will be made for it. The sub-
scription price has been established
at $1 a year. Sororities and dormi-
tories, however ,may secure the paper
at reduced rates, three subscriptions
to be sold for 75 cents each.
To Interest Alumnae
The paper will be planned for both
campus circulation and distribution
to alumnae. Mrs. S. Beach Conger,
executive secretary of the Alumnae
Association ,istowrite )C-...... .
Association, is to write a column
which will incorporate news from na-
tional headquarters for the associa-
tion. A corresponding column of
campus activity 'notes is also to be
featured and in addition there will be
news an features of general under-
graduate interest.
The publication, a four-page paper,
is to appe.r monthly or eight times
throughout the year. It is hoped,
Miss Mackintosh said, that the paper
will be enlarged to eight pages for
special editions such as May Festival
and the beginning of the semester in
February.
Staff Members Are Named
Roberta Jean Melin, '38, is acting
as Miss Mackintosh's chief assistant.
The remainder of the staff is also
composed of members of the League
publicity committee.
They are as follows: Betty Bing-
ham, '37, Janet Carver, '38, Helen
Douglas, '38, Jean Hoffman, '38, Mar-
garet Jack, '38, Barbara Lovell, '38,
Mary Sage Montague, '37, Katherine
Moore, '38, Harriet Pomeroy, '39,
Barbara Schacht, '37, Marian Smith,
'89, Betty Strickroot, '38, and Eliza-
beth Whitney, '37.
Ruth Haskins Wed
To Lester Jacobs
The wedding of Ruth Juel Haskins,
'38, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond.Glessner Haskins of Oak Park,
Ill. and Lester Leland Jacobs, son of
Mrs. Willis E. Jacobs of Oak Park,
took place at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct.
3, in the First Congregational Church
of that city. The Rev. Albert Buck-
ner Coe united the couple in mar-
riage.
Miss Haskins was attended by
Peggy Goertz and Helen Cook as
bridesmaids, Jean Ferguson as maid
of honor and Nancy Lorimer as junior
bridesmaid. Suzanne Warner and
Suzanne Morency acted as flower-
girls.
Donald Dempsey, Robert Gardan-
ier, Kenneth Irons, Lloyd Bratt,
George Haskins and Ross Sutherland
were ushers and Willis Edgar Jacobs
attended his brother as best man.
Mrs. Jacobs is affiliated with Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma sorority and was
active on campus. Jacobs attended
the University of North Dakota where
he was a Beta Theta Pi. The couple
are honeymooning at Saugatuck,
and will soon be at home in Hillsdale.

Swagger Suits Swing Into Campus Fashions

Schedule For,
Seasons Plays
To Be Chanoed
Dates for the first presentation of
the Children's Theatre has been
changed from Nov. 6 and 7 to Dec. 4
and 5 at which time the Christmas
play, "Hans Brinker or The Silver
Skates," by M. M. Dodge, will be
given, it was announced by Margaret
Guest, '37, chairman ,of the com-
mittee.
Tryouts for "The Little Princess"
which were to be held tomorrow
and Tuesday have been cancelled
until a later date which will be an.
nounced, Miss Guest said.j
"The Little Princess" by Frances
Hodgson Burnett, which was sched-
uled to be the first play, will be pre-
sented Jan. 8 and 9, and the last play
of the series of three which the Chil-
dren's Theatre gives each year will
come on Feb. 19 and 20, according
to the announcement.
These three plays will be directed
by Sarah Pierce who has played in
a number of roles for both Play Pro-
duction and the Repertory Players
and is at present an assistant in the
speech department of the Univer-
sity.
The Children's Theatre was or-
ganized for the purpose of presenting
plays which have become the favor-
ites of both children and adults.

Luncheon Is Given Today Is Set
For New Directors . O
For Initiatiion
The directors of Mosher Jordan
Halls invited 45 guests for luncheon
yesterday to meet Miss Mary Glea-
son, social director of Martha Cook Sixteen women will be formally
Building and Miss Jean Keller, assis- initiated into Adelia Cheever Resi-
Cant director of Mosher Hall.dence at 3:45 p.m. today after an
Miss Keller graduated from the informal initiation held Friday. Dean
University in 1935. While on cain- Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perry,
pus she wrote the script for the '34 Miss Alta Schule, Miss Henriette
J.G.P. and won a Hopwood award Scranton and the Board of Directors
for a play. She is affiliated with will attend as guests at the cere-
Delta Gamma sorority. mony. Miss Schule and Miss Scran-
Miss Mary Gleason of Newton Cen- ton are former Adelia Cheever house
ter, Mass., spent eight years as ex- directors.
ecutive secretary for the Encyclo- Corsages of yellow and white pom
pedia Social Sciences. She was in poms will be presented to each of
France and Germany during the war the new members, who are: Jane
and spent three years at the Amer- Bogin, Laura Brilliantine, Eurika Ca-
ican Embassy in Constantinople. At hill, Jane Campbell, Jane Coupe, Dor-
Smith College she was assistant reg- othy Cowe, Olga Dobosz, Jean Eber-
istrar. sole, Ruth Holmes, Mary Jeannette
Lindsay, June Longhurst, Ragene
Old Sanish Custom Lamming, Florence Michlinski, Mary
O S anish nCutmnion Nibbelink, Ida Mae Shilling and Mi-
Is Broken At Union riam Sper.
It is positively nil for a woman to Marjory Fromer, '38, was recently
enter the Union through the front elected secretary-treasurer. The pres-
door, and yet the impossible occurred ident and vice-president are Virginia
the other night. A member of the Banning and Elza Doegey respec-
opposite sex held the door open for _ively_
the daring young lady as she calmly
ta.nintn,, d th juh tho fnrr birlnn-

saunserea rnougs Ue o 10Uaen en-a
trance on her way to obtain a time
table.
The woman was not showing her
audacity; she was merely fulfilling
her initiation duties._

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Brightly-ccliorA swgger -uit' gave a false impression of cheerful-
ness to the swrrowing Michigan women yesterday in the stadium. These
short, flared coats are the popular and practical choice for fall sports-
wear, accrding to the fashion critics.
'Go Into Your Dance' Advises
Physical Education Instructor

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Ruth Bloomer Studies New
Techniques At Eastern
Summer School
By MARCELLE LAMPORT
A new and different program of the
dance will be directed this year by
Miss Ruth Bloomer, of the physical
jeducation department. Miss Bloomer
has just completed a summer of in-
tensive study at the Bennington
School of the Dance, Bennington, Vt.
Miss Bloomer studied with some of
the leading artists of the country in
a six weeks' course at this summer
dance center of America. The school
offered courses under the direction of
Doris Humphreys, Charles Weidman,
Martha Hill, John Martin, critic on
the New York Times, and Louis
Horst, accompanist to Martha Gra-
ham.
Professionals Present Caravan
A series of concerts was presented
by the pupils and guests throughout
the session. Performances were given
by the American Ballet Caravan, by
Martha Graham and her group of
professionals; by the New Dance
League; and by Charles Weidman
and Doris Humphreys. The latter
were put on by the pupils in the
workshop, assisted by the Weidman
and Humphreys professional groups.
Courses in choreography, dance
criticism, musical composition for the
dance ,and the various modern dance
techniques were offered to students
particularly interested in this field
and really specializing in the study
of it. The student takes a concen-
trated program and works at the

dance eight and ten hours a day,
excluding the various lectures he
must attend.
To Present Modern Classes
Miss Bloomer, who gives a number
of dance classes in the physical edu-
cation department and directs the
dance group, has brought many new
ideas with her from Bennington. She
is anxious to do choreographic work
with her students and is very eager
to get them interested in the new
school of modern dance. Already
there has been a big turnout for the
dance group and Miss Bloomer is
looking forward to a successful year
for her pupils.
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