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OCT. 14, 1939

- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FPAGE Fr"E

Dean Lloyd Advises Against Bidding Over House Capacity

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Final Decision
Is Delegated
To Sororities
Affiliated Women May Not
Remain In Dormitories
In Second Year
Rules AreRepeated
Large Enrollment Means
Acute Rooming Problem
According To Dean
Dean Alice C. Lloyd admonished all
sororities about bidding more women
than their chapter houses can ac-
commodate at the first meeting of the
Panhellenic Association held at 4:15
p.m. yesterday in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
Because of the acute rooming situa-
tion on campus this year Miss Lloyd
stressed the importance of keeping
within reasonable limits. However, the
decision is entirely up to the women
themselves, Miss Lloyd stated, and
anything that might be done concern-
ing the -problem must come from
them. Whatever they decide is all
right with her, Miss Lloyd said.
Dormitories Closed
Women affiliated with sororities
can no longer live in dormitories their
second year on campus. This is nec-
essary because of the increased num-
ber of freshmen entering the Uni-
versity each fall, Miss Lloyd said.
Therefore, if the sororities pledge
more women than they can accom-
modate in their own houses, these
women must find rooms in the league
houses on campus.
This scheme cannot be permitted
without difficulties, Miss Lloyd an-
nounced. Due to the increased enroll-
ment this year an acute rooming
problem has resulted. The number
of league houses on campus has been
increased from 30 to 60 during the
last semester, doubling the number of
houses for independent women. If
affiliated women, required to leave the
dormitories and unable to find room
in their chapter houses, also wish to
live in these same league houses
trouble is sure to result, Miss Lloyd
pointed out.
List Bidding Rules
Miss Jeanette Perry, assistant to the
dean of women, spoke at the meeting
on the organization of the bidding
system. She listed the rules and gave
instructions to the new women in
charge of bidding for this year. Al-
though the rules are unchanged, Miss
Perry thought it advisable to repeat
them for the benefit of those who are
unfamiliar with the work .
Foreign Group
'Tour Schedule
Is Announced
The schedule of the tours to be
given for the foreign students of the
University has been announced by
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor
to foreign students. These tours
have been planned to give the stu-
dents from foreign lands a better
opportunity to see and understand
American life through its industries
and institutions.
Although the group planned this
week to visit the food factories and
the sanitorium at Battle Creek, this
trip has been cancelled because word
has been received that the plant will
be closed that day. Instead the tour
will visit the Starr Commonwealth
for boys at Albion. This institution

is a leading one of its kind in the'
country for underprivileged boys.
The group will leave at 8 a.m. Sat-
urday and will have luncheon at the'
Commonwealth. Expenses will in-j
clude $1.25 for bus fare and a small
amount for luncheon. Those stu-
dents planning to attend must make
reservations before 12 noon tomor-
row by calling Room 9 University
Hall.
These tours have been planned for
Friday afternoons and for Saturdays
when there are no football games.
Expenses will be kept at actual travel1
cost. All the trips will be made byI
chartered motor buses.
The following tours will be given
this semester: Friday. Oct. 23, the
Ford Plant, Dearborn; Friday, Oct.
30, Greenfield Village; Saturday,
Nov. 7, the Cranbrook Schools; Fri-
day, Nov. 13, Saline Valley Farms. I

Talks To Sorcrities

Silence Period
Will Be Ended
D Esi s l

Weaver To Be
Third Speakerj

Transparent Capes
Are Latest Trend
In Rain Fashionsl

DEAN ALICE C. LLOYD

League .ouse
Hed To Hol
Noon Luncheon
Second Meeting To Unite
Unaffiliated Women Held
In LeagueToday
The second of a series of luncheons
to be held for League house presi-
dents will be held at 12 noon today
in the Russian Tea Room of the
League, according to Mary Andrew
'37, president of Assembly..
The luncheons are being held in
conjunction with informal meetings
cf Assembly, Miss Andrew said. Their
purpose is to acquaint the house
presidents with one another, this re-
sulting in a more efficient organiza-
tion of the independent women on
campus.
The presidents of houses in zones
four, five, six and seven, are in-
vited to the luncheon today, the
other presidents having attended the
one held yesterday.
, Those women receiving invitations
are: Anna Miller, '37, Nan Kirby, '37,
Guinevera ,kirkland, '38, Marjorie
Peck, '38, Jewel Drickamer, '38, Vir-
ginia Allen, '37, Buelah Jones, '38,
Louise Sheldon, '37Ed., Virginia
Thomson, '37, Sylvia Moore, '38, Eliz-
abeth Ann Gay, '38, Dorice Robbins,
'38, Mary Elizabeth Tarbell, '37, Mar-
garet Edwards, '37, Pearl Icheldinger,
'37, and Ada Crawford, '37.
Others invited are: Doris Greens-
pen, '38, Isabel Kay, '37, Phyllis Price,
'36, Jean Clouser, '38, Julia Ann
Brown, '38, Eleanor Sappington, '37,
Mary Louise Goldsmith, '37, Alice
Haplins, '38, Esther Johnson, '37,
Jean Gorman, '38, Dorothy Bernard,
'38,' Helen Rupeter, '37, Marjorie
Slade, '37, Doris Yoder, '38, Josephine
Boyce, '38, Charlotte E. Cooper, '36,
Marylyn Ann Gittlen, '37, Estella
Schapira, '37, Babette Klein, '39A,
Beatrice Luethcarys, '38, Rosa Nel-
son, '37, and Lillian Rosenbann, '38.
Graduates Married

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F-ror O rientatoio The modern miss turns magician
when a sudden shower appears. A
Betty Ann Beebe Gives Dr McClusk D an lid flip of the wrist, and she has ex-
Name Of an Ut, Bll tracted a transparent rain cape from
Names Of Banquet, Ball Will Conclude Lectures its six-inch square container. A dip.
Chairmen At Meeting In Freshman Series into her purse, and she procures a.
In Frehman eriespair of rubbers from a case no bigger
than a compact. Pulling the hood of
Announcement was made concern- prof. Bennett Weaver of the Eng- :the cape over her curls, she dashes
ing the change in the silence period of I lish department is to address the off, well-protected from the rain.
formal rushing at the first meeting of jIgroup of freshmen women and their Under these brightly-colored "cel-
Panhellenic Association held at 4:15 dlophane" capes, the college girl's
Pahlei soi thlat41 advisers in the third in the series1 costume ('an be seen. She no longer
p.m. yesterday in the Grand RapidsIofoinaonlcueat5pmtdy
Room of the League, according to rientation lectures at 5 pn today needs to wear old clothes in the rain:
Betty Anne Beebe, '37, president of in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. the cape fits nicely over her best
the executive board of Panhellenic. The subject of Professor Weaver's coat, and the peaked hoods are ample
The official silence period will come speech will be "Personality, Poccata to cover her high flying hat.
and Culture." Because of the rush- I Rubbers this season resemble shoes
to a close at 9 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 18 ing dinner tonight only. one lecture more than ever. They come in a va-
'instead of Monday as previously an- is scheduled, according to Jean Hat- riety of clever styles, such as oxfords
nounced, Miss Beebe said. Represen- field, '37, chairman of the orienta- and pumps, and they are cut high
tatives from each sorority on campus tion committee. enough to really cover your shoes.
at the initial meeting. Advisers will take attendance which Umbrellas have blossomed forth in
Betty King, '37, was elected chair- is compulsory for first year women. a variety of materials and colors to
man of the Panhellenic Ball to be held For every perfect attendance record match the capes. It is no longer a
Nov. 27 and Betty Fulver, '38, will be for the lecture series a merit point sign of pessimism to carry one, and
chairman of the Panhellenic Banquet will be added to the individual card if umbrellas haven't been accorded a
which will be held Oct. 26 at the files in the Undergraduate Office. I place under the sun ,at least they
League. Miss Hatfield emphasized that al- have a prominent place under the
The ball is the annual formal dance though the freshmen must be present clouds.
given by sorority women. It marks the at these talks, every effort has been --__- --
one time during the year when affil- made to secure lecturers and topics
iated women entertain for the men. of greatest possible interest. SMARTEST
Late permission is usually granted for Next week Dr. Howard McClusky, H OSIERY SHOPP E
the affair and breakfasts are held af- professor of educational psychology,
terwards at the various chapter houses and Dean Alice C. Lloyd are to give Now Located in Michigan
and at the League s the concluding talks of the seies. Theatre Building
Dr. McClusky has chosen as his sub- SAME POPULAR PRICES
A member of Delta Delta Delta sor- ject, "Compromising Intellectual and
ority, Miss King has been prominent Social Values," and Miss Lloyd is to_---______
in extracurricular activities on cam- speak on "Personality and Values.
pus. She is a member of Wyvern, and Miss Lloyd also gave the first lec-
has been on the 'Ensian staff for ture of the series when she addresseda h-h-h
three years. the freshmen on "College Conduct."
A scholarship cup is awarded at the Charlotte D. Rueger, president of the h
annual Panhellenic banquet to the League, spoke at the same time ontO'h'h'h'
sorority having the best average for "Your University."
the previous year. Prominent mem- Last week Prof. L. A. Strauss of you'll exclaim over the qual-
bers of the faculty usually speak at the English department talked on the ity work done in our comfort-
the affair. Miss Fulver is affiliated general topics of politics as regards able shop. See us before those
h p.the collegei woman and Maryann mportant social engagements.
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DANCE CLUB TO MEET
There will be a meeting of the
members of the Dance Club tonight
in Barbour Gymnasium, it was re-
cently announced by Beatrice Love-
joy, '37, dance manager. The be-
ginners group will meet at 7:15 p.m.
and the advanced members at 8:15
p.m. All members are urged to at-
tend as the meeting will be an im-
portant one.
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News has been received of the mar-
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Mrs. Crowe is a member of Alpha
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all sorority women to back the ven-
ture and to give the band their fullest
support.
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