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October 31, 1936 - Image 5

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Committee Lists
Are Announced
For This Year
Approximately 300 Are
Selected For Positions
By League President
Rueger Gives Names
Five Principle Committee
Appointments Are Made
For Women's Activities
The lists of members of various
League committees for this year were
announced yesterday by Charlotte D.
Rueger, president of the League. The
committees are the house reception,
social, merit system, theatre-arts and
publicity groups.
Members of the house reception
committee, of which Harriet Hatha-
way, '37, is chairman, are as follows:
Helen Louise Arner, '38, Martha Ber-
ry, '38, Jean Bertram, '39, Ruth
Bertsch, '38, Frances Burgess, '38,
Ruth Carr, '38, Nancy Cassidy, '38,
Marjory Coe, '38, Jean Coler, '37,
Dorothy Corson, '38, Charlotte Culv-
er, '37, Vivienne D'Arkos, '38, Mary
Elizabeth Davy, '38, Margaret Day,
'38, Marion Donaldson, '37.
House Reception Committee
Virginia Eaglesfield, '38, Jean Edg-
erton, '37, Mary Elliot, '38, Evelyn
Erlichman, '37, Mary Elissa Evans,
'37, Bernice Marie Fage, '39, Marion
Fitzgerald, '38, Jean Friederici, '37,
Marjorie Fuller, '37, Martha Jane
Hankey, '38, Helen Johnson, '39, Bet-
ty Kay Jones, '37, Joanne Kimmell,
'38, Jacqueline Kolle, '37, Rosamond
Lang, '37.
Ruth Lavender, '37, Myrtle Lifland,
'39, Mildred MacArthur, '39, Mary
Alice Mackenzie, '39, Florence Mc-
Conkey, '38, Helen Mogford, '37, Mag-
na Mountford, '39, Margaret Myers,
'38, Barbara Otte, '37, Helen Owston,
'39, Marion Paterson, '37, Nelson Per-
sons, '38, Jenny Petersen, '39, Marion
Ranger, '38, Barbara Roberts, '37,
Jane Rogers, '37, Elizabeth Roura,
'37, Nancy Saibert, '39, Myrra Short,
'39, Eleanor Skiles, '39, Margaret
Souter, '37, Marion Stomler, '39.
Martha Tillman, '39, Virginia Van
Dyke, '38, Margaret Waterston, '38,
Joan Wentz, '38, Elizabeth White,
'39, Elizabeth Whitney, '37, and Kath-
ryn Zimmer, '37.
Merit System Committee
Petitions of the following women
have been accepted for membership in
the merit system committee: Dorothy
Adams, '39, Charlotte Baxter, '38,
Jeannette Beck, '39, Margaret Bent-
ley, '38, Jane Burly, '39, Louise Boli-
tho, '38, Norma Curtis, '39, Mary
Davy, '38, Margaret Ferries, '38, Ruth
Field, '38, June Fleming, '39, Janet
Fullenwider, '39, Martha Hankey,
38A, Bettie Howard, '39, Edna
Kandelin, '39, Janet Karlson, '38,
Martha Knox, '38.
Pauline Knudson, '39, Doris Koch,
'38SM, Ragene Lamming, '39, Mary
Louise Mann, '37, Florence Mich-
linski, '39, Mary Montgomery, '37A,
Rebecca Newman, '39, Barbara Pat-
erson, '39, Helen Purdy, '38, Esther
Sempliner, '38, Bethany Thomas, '37,
Ona Jane Thornton, '37, and Mary
Jean Wallace, '37Ed. Rita Willman,
'37, is chairman of the group.
Publicity Committee
Members of the publicity commit-
tee, under the direction of Ma-jorie
Mackintosh, '37, chairman, are: Caro-
lyn Beltramini, '38, Elizabeth Bing-
ham, '37, Betty Bonisteel, '39, Janet
Carver, '37, Bernice Cohen, '39, Ellen
Cuthbert, '39, Jane Dole, '37, Helen
Douglas, '38, Betty Fromm, '39, Mary
Goodrich, '39, Jean Harley, '39, Louise
Herald, '37, Jean Hoffman, '37, Mar-
garet Jack, '38, Katherine Johnston,

'38, Jean Keinath, '37, Barbara King,
'38, Virginia Krieghoff, '38.
Barbara Lovell, '38, Helene Martin,
'38, Mary Ellen McCord, '38, Roberta
Melin, '38, Mary Sage Montague, '37,
Katherine Moore, '38, Matilda Moss,
'39, Alys Jane Pierce, '39, Harriet
Pomeroy, '39, Babette Potter, '37,
Jayne Roberts, '38, Adith Roberta
Ross, '39, Evelyn Sager, '39, Barbara
Schacht, '37, Katherine Schultz, '39.
Other Members
Zovia Seltzer, '39, Harriet Shackle-
ton, '38, Betty Sherk, X37, Marian
Smith, '39, Jane Steiner, '38, Nancy
Stonington, '39, Betty Strickroot, '38,
Betty Warwick, '37Ed., Jean Waters-
ton, '39, Elizabeth Whitney, '37, and
Virginia Wyatt, '37Ed.
Margaret Guest, '37, chairman of
the theatre-arts committee, will have
as her staff: Claire Ackerman, '39,
Ruth Allderidge, '38, Janet Alling-
ton, '38, Dorothy Arnold, '39, Fran-
ces Baker, '39, Marjory Barber, '37,
Marjorie Barowsky, '39A, Mary Bell,
'39, Virginia Bensley, '39A, Margaret
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Senior Society Founder Of Wyvern Betsy Barbour Defeats
Chosen Patroness Helen Newberry 20-19
Assem bly Tea . Helen Newberry defeated Betsy
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, former dean Barbour 21-19 yesterday in the first
Attracts M any of women and founder of Wyvern, round of the woman's volleyball tour-
junior women's honorary society, was nament.
made the first honorary patroness of
First Event Of This Kind that society at initiation ceremonies The members of the victorious
for seven undergraduate women yes- team were Norma Curtis, '39, Grace
To Be Held On Campus terday afternoon in the League Hammes, '38, Meribah Ashdown, '40,
Fetes Non-Affiliates Chapel. Jean McKay, '40, Betty Boult, '38,
Hope Hartwig, '38, president of Ruth Seekamp, '39, Marjorie Tilling-
More than 300 women attended the !Wyvern, presented Mrs. Jordan with ast '39, and Mary Jean Sanford, '40.
tea dance for non-affiliated women{ a copy of Robert Frost's collected hat,'3,adMrJenSfo,'4.
which was held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. poems. Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, as- I Those playing for Betsy Barbour
yesterday in the League ballroom, it sistant dean of women and adviser were Lenore Johnson, '39, Carolyn
was announced by Mary Andrew, '37, to the group, was also present. Priehs, '39, Charlotte Houk, '39, Dor-
president of Assembly. Following the ceremonies, tea was othey Love, '38, and Doris Cran-
The affair, sponsored by Senior So- served in the Russian Tea Room more, '40.
ciety in conjunction with Assembly,! honoring Mrs. Jordan and the new in- Thursday Phi Sigma Sigma de-'
was the first of its kind to be held itiates, Helen Douglas, Margaret Fer- feated Alpha Delta Phi and Mosher
on this campus and proved a suc- ries, Virginia Hunt, Joanne Kimmell, Hall won from Alpha Chi Omega
cess, Miss Andrew said. Nancy Kover, Helen Purdy and Har- Wednesday. The second round of the
Mrs. Ruthven, presiding at the riet Shackleton. tournament will be played next week.
tea table, was wearing black. Angel
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* * * *
Princess And Swagger Lines
Are Featured For Mid- Winter

seen dancing around the ballroom.
They had just come up from Wyvern
initiation. Others who came from
the initiation were Hope Hartwig, in
I green, Joanne Kimmell, in a black
dress with vari-colored bows at the
neck, and Margaret Ferries, also in
Charlotte Rueger, president of the
League, was wearing wine crepe. Miss
Rueger was seen talking with Miss
Ethel A. McCormick, social director
of the League, who was wearing navy
blue. Dr. Margaret Bell, in aqua-
marine, and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, in
black and white, were also presiding
at the tea table.
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, after whom
the dormitory was called, attended
the tea dance with Mrs. Byrl Fox
Bacher, assistant dean of women.
Frances Carney, who was in charge
of the publicity for the affair, was
seen in green camel-suede. Miss
Carney was seated at the entrance
to the ballroom with Lois Spreen,
giving out name cards to all of the
Mary Ellen Heitsch, in red, and
Mary Andrew, in brown wool, were
watching Janet Lambert and Betty
Wills dance. Rosemary McKay and
Ruth Clark, from Helen Newberry
House, were seen listening to Charlie
Zwick at the piano. Miss McKay was
wearing an American Beauty knit and
Miss Clark, French blue.
Swimmers' Tea
Will Be Given
Next Thursday
A tea for women interested in swim-
ming and in forming a women's
swimming club will be held at 4:15
Thursday at the Women's Athletic
Building, it was announced yester-
day by Helen Harp, '39, women's
swimming manager.
Groups will be formed in the club
for speed, form and demonstration
swimming, Miss Harp announced,
and all women interested in these
especial groups are urged to attend.
It is expected that a demonstration
will be given by the group later on
in the season.
The club expects to swim once a
week and there will be no charge

.. A. T0Hold
Initial D an ce
On Hallowe'en
The first of a series of informal
dances to be given by the S.C.A.
throughout the year will, be held to-
night, it was announced recently.
The dance, a Hallowe'en party, will
be held from 9-12 p.m. at Lane Hall.
Besides music, which will be fur-
nished with the aid of an amplifying
system, the Rochedale Quartet will
give a special program and Ralph}
Erlewine, '39, will present a magi-
cian's act. The party will be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ber-
ridge and Miss Elizabeth Leinbach.
The series of dances that has been
planned for the year has been for-:
mulated especially for students who l
cannot afford to go regularly to other
campus dancing places. They also
serve as mixers for members of the
Dances will come at intervals of
two weeks and are under the direc-
tion of a committee headed by Dor-
othy Shapland, '37A. Other mem-
bers of the committee are Ralph Erle-
wine, '39, Sam Kelly, '40, Glen
Schlage, '40, Evelyn Maloy, '37, and1
Rudolph Potochnik, '38E.
Dormitory Sponsors
Hallowe'en Parties
Hallowe'en parties were given at
both Mosher and Jordan Halls last'
The party at Jordan was a costume
and dinner one. Betty Scott, '40,
took first prize with a costume called
"The Spirit of Health Service."
The Mosher women were dressed.]
to impersonate the theme of hard
times and WPA work. After dinner
a puppet show, conducted by Mar-
garet Bryant, '39, Berta Knudson, '38,
Faith Watkins, '39, Mary Jane Lange,
sp, Jean Holland, '39, and Betty Salle,
'39, was given. The puppets which
were presented were made by Miss
Bryant herself.

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Kolinsky, Prove Popular bodiese
In Novel Styles season a
The coa
The leaves are off the trees, the Nowt
which P
wind is blowing full blast, the snow are very
has begun to fall and winter coats ombre o
are in order consequently. may bef
Never before were coats so lavish curl, be
with fur. Jet-black Persian, silver- you like
fox and kolinsky are all used to sat-!weight,X
I lustrous.
isfy the woman's longing for luxury,
and to flatter her face and figure. Swagg
First, we'll tell you about the new sion, son
full-length Princess coats with the all with
nipped-in waistline. One style is princess
a redingote with a discreet little black fitted, fi
Persian collar and an utterly unex- straight}
pected panel of Persian down the casual s
front. And just for fun, there are two and thet
circular fur pockets with tiny cloth ing skir

kolinsky, mounted on fine
f nubby woolen. The nubby
material is very popular this
nd has a long lasting quality.
t of course was hand-tailored
to the swagger-style coats
aris stresses this season. They
smart in Persians, natural
r jet black. Almost any curl
found: tight curl, large 6pen
an curl or flat-whichever
best. They are all light-
perfectly matched, silky and
New Swagger Coats
ers come in every smart ver-
ne shorter, some longer, but
plenty of fullness; flaring
coats, smart tunic coats,
full-length conservative and
box coats. Then there is the
swagger with raglan sleeves
tailored swagger with a flar-
t. The latter style gives a

change purses sewed in them. Then, Ahcice between a flattering cup collar for the members, Miss Hart stated.
there is the Princess coat with a four- and a pleated turnover collar. Miss Laurie Campbell will be the fac-
teen gored ballerina skirt that is bor- There is also a new windbreaker in- ulty advisor for the club.
dered in Persian and collared in the terlining for these coats of soft lea-
same fur. !her Cham-o-line which is water Alumnae To Be Feted
Spiral Muff Used repellent and can be ironed, steamed,
Silver fox competes strongly with or cleaned. By Alpha Chi Omega
Persian for its place on the winter Alpha Chi Omega will hold an
coats. One very inspiring style has ADELIA CHEEVER alumnae luncheon today, Mary Hunt-
shoulders and the same fur en- Adelia Cheever residents are hold- ington, '38, is in charge.
twined in a spiral muff about the ing open house today after the foot- More than 30 guests are expected,
arms. The coat itself is black woolen ball game until 5:30 p.m. Coffee and including Mrs. Paul E. Krause, De-
and seaied into incredible sleekness. doughnuts will be served. troit; Barbara Jean Owens, Owosso;
Margaret Norcross, Grand Rapids;
Another coat used every furry bit. E E Jean Nelson, Detroit; Mrs. L. C. Ny-
of the silver fox. The pelt appeared MRS. HOOPER ELECTED Jean sn, Detroit; Mrs. . c. Ny-rt
man, Detroit; Mrs. Francis Wistert,
on the collar, the tail on mittens, and Mrs. Lewis Hooper of Wyandotte Ann Arbor; Hazel Hanlon, Detroit;
the head on a toque. Several other was elected president of the Michigan Marjorie Kress, Bad Axe; Genevieve
coats had the full skin of the silver Child Study association as the group Spencer, Detroit and Shirley Verner,
fox used on the collar. closed its 16th annual convention Detroit.
We saw that fur of beauty and yesterday in the League.
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