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WED eI s '1 , °L ,1' .. w8, 1937



League Council AnnouncesJ.G.P., Comnmittee Appointments For




Chissus Named
Head Of Junior
'38 Production
Assistant Chairman To Be
Jean Holland; 11 Others
Are Appointed
(Continued from Page 1)
Gamma, participated in Freshman
Project, was music chairman of Soph-
omore Cabaret.
Miss Tillman, a resident of Mosher
Hall, is also a member of Alpha
Lambda Delta, and was active in
both Freshman Project and Sopho-
more Cabaret.
Miss Lillie is a member of Colle-
giate Sorosis and was on the ticket
committee for Freshman Project and}
the costume committee for Sopho-
more Cabaret. She is a member of
the Dramatic Club and has been ac-
tive in the summer theatre. 1
Committees Named
Miss Pomeroy, affiliated with Kap-
pa Alpha Theta, was publicity chair-
man of the 1936 Freshman Project,,
a member of the publicity committee
for Sophomore Cabaret and the
Penny Carnival committee. She is
working as a sophomore reporter on
the women's staff of The Daily and
is a Panhellenic Association repre-

Fencing A tains Popularity With Women

League Groups
Are Announced
For Next Year
Social, Merit, Theatre-Arts
Publicity Members Given
By JudiciaryCouncil
New members of four League com-
mittees were announced by Angelene
Maliszewski '38, head of Judiciary
Council after a meeting of the Un-
dergraduate Council held last night.
The lists do not include the freshmen
who became committee members
earlier this semester and whose
names were previously made known.
The new members of the theatre-
arts committee, headed by Joanne
Kimmell, '38, chairman, are Ruth
Allderige, '38, Bunty Bain, '39, Mar-
garet Bremer, '40, Margaret Bryant,
'39, Frances Burgess, '38A, Phyllis
Carr, '38, Roberta Chissus, '39A, Mary
Elliott, '38, Elizabeth Ann Emswiler,
'40, Vera Gray, '38, Jane, Giesecke,

Election To Be Hel Fatcuilty Tea To Be Held FRESHMAN PROJECT
At Newberry R 1eidc Freshmen women who did not at-
By Faculty Women tend the mass meeting Monday, but
______ An informal faculty tea will be held who wish to be included in the cast
The last general meeting of the from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today at Helen of Freshman Project may sign their
year of the Faculty Women's Club Newberry Residence. Miss Ruth names to the slips on the bulletin
will be held at 1 p.m. today in thet
League Ballroom. The annual main Danielson, Mrs. Arthur Bromage, board in the Undergraduate Office
ousiness of the meeting, which is to !Miss Evelyn Heuvelhorst and Betty of the League, Alberta Wood, general
be preceded by a luncheon, will be the Lauer, '38, president of the dormitory, chairman, announced today. Tele-
election of officers for the coming will receive. phone number and choice of parts
Mers. Edward L. Adams outgoing Those who will pour are Miss Jean- should be stated. Friday is the dead-
president of the club will present re- nette Perry, Mrs. Clarence S. Yoak- line for signatures. Casting will take
ports on the activities of their groups. um, Mrs. Peter Okkelberg, Mrs. J. G. place on Saturday. The rehearsal
Election of heads of the sections is Hays, Mrs. Martha Ray and Miss schedule will b@ posted in the League
held within the groups. Kathleen Hamm. I Monday.
Mrs. G. E. Densmore, chairman of__
the garden section, is in charge of the
table decorations for the affair.
Moore, '38, Palmer Patton, '39, Louise
Penny, '40SM, Nelson Persons, '38, Z
Alys Pierce, '39, Harriet Pomeroy, '39,
'Charlotte Poock, '39, Marian Price, '' 1th . i"
'39, Mary Rall, '39, Jean Rheinfrank,-.rm n ,ts
'39, Marguerite Ridhter, '40, Dorothy
Kopper, '38Ed, Eleanor Sappington,H dh s m
Appointees Listed which gives you complete satisfac-
Betty Shaffer, '39, Harriet Sharkey, tion. Our work done by experienced
'40 Mary Skinner,'39, Betty Spang- operators.

* * * ~
Fencing, One Form Of Deftnse,
in t~ntit~ (?tlhqjx~ .%~ritirt Prto ram

To many people the word "fenc-
ing" brings a picture of a knight in
armor mounted on a prazncing steed
charging down a field with a' long
pointed lance before him, or one of
'a duel being-fought in some wooded

..-' PS...7JJ'U.J'E Wi * N V.AU5U/

E the important thing in this move-!
ment, because the farther you can'
get away from your opponent and
still touch h'im, the better it is for
you-and; incidentally, for your score.
"The "lunge" is executed from the "on
guard" position. The right arm hold-

Theatre Arts Members
Marion Gommeson, '3,


sentative. -_ _° spot with top-hatted and black- ing the foil is extended as far as it
Miss Krieghoff, a resident of Jor- draped seconds standing by. But to will go, and the body is pushed for-
dan Hall, was on the finance corn- the modern Michigan college woman ward by straightening out the left leg
mittee of Freshman Project, the As- the word has a very different con- and moving the right one ahead. The
sembly Banquet and the Assembly notation. left foot is kept flat on the floor, and
Ball committees. Miss Bursley, af- For. although fencing originated as the right one drops perpendicularly
down fr~om the knee. The free left
filiated with Collegiate Sorosis, was - a form of defense between .contin-mh.r e
on the dance committee and took part ental gentlemen, it has become in- arm is held straigh1t back parallel to
in Sophomore Cabaret. She was ac- creasingly popular as a sport, until the floor to aid in maintaining bal-
tive in Penny Carnival last year. it is now: included 'on the sports pro- ance.
Miss Baxter4 a member of Delta gram of this and other universities as 'Fencing Strip' Used
Gamma, was on the entertainment well as high schools.' Definite cos- In a regular bout, the duelists are
committees and in the casts of both tumes, forms and weapons have been restricted to a definite 21 by three
Freshman Project and Sophomore developed and are now universally foot area called a "fencing strip."
Cabaret. Miss White, who lives in used. Scoring is done eithei' by points or
Betsy Barbour House is a member of Two Essential Positions minutes. In the classes at the
the W.A.A. board, the archery, fenc- There are two' essential positions University, -the -bout lasts until three
ing and swimming clubs, Crop and that every fencer must know: "on or five points have been made by one
Saddle and the University Girls' Glee guard" and the "lunge." "On guard" or both contestants. Three minutes
Club. She took part in Sophomore is the position of readiness, with the is the usual time and the wiiner is
Cabaret and Penny Carnival, heels at right angles to each other the, one who gets the ndst 'touches."
Music Head and the knees slightly bent, a position Foil Has Three FParts'
Miss Wilson is president of the, of grace when properly ekecuted. The weapon used is the foil. This
sophomore class in the School of-°Mu- Quick movements for advance or re- is made up of three parts: the pom-
sic. She is vice-president of the treat are always done in the "on mel, held in the hand and similar to
University Girls' Glee Club, a mem-! guard" position. the hilt of a sword; the bell guard, a
ber of Choral Union and of Sigma Al- In the attack, the first :thing round nickel of steel disc just beneath
pha Iota, honorary music sorority, learned is- the "lunge." Distance is the pommel, and the flexible steel
Miss Holden, affiliated with Pi -- ---- -{blade. The end of this blade is pro-m
Beta Phi; was on decorations com- PHI SIGMA SIGMA tected by a rubber foil tip: Instead of,
mittee of Sopomore Cabaret and is 'a bell guard, a- guard which looks
a member of the League social com- Phi Sigma Sigma sorority an- like a- figure 8 isoften used.
mittee. She is a reporter on the nounces the pledging of Edith Coff- The mask worn resembles that of
women's staff of The Daily. man, 39 of South Bend, d.abasebllatcr, and an apron of
leather or canvas drops from the chin
level to the - chest in order to protect,
the area of the neck. Although the
fenceirs; don't .deliberately aim for
I each others' necks, the point may
fliclk up when it has been placed on
the plastron, a small padded vest, and
could cause .injury. The shoes must
have no heels whatsoever.
The average cost of the equipment
is $7, and at Michigan everything but
the glove is furnishedby the physical
education department.
The conventional fencing outfit
consists of either long trousers which
serve as protection for the legs, or a
BET ER RES EScircular three-quarter length black
velvetaskirt. Michigan women go
modern .in shorts, Miss Hartwig says,
preferring them td the custormary
uniform. Another important part of
the costume is the plastron, high at
the neck, made of very heavy canvas
to protect the player. A gauntlet
glove padded on the back for addi-
tional protection completes the out-


Groft, '38, Betsy Henderson, '38,
Mary Hinchman, '39, Eileen Ichel-
dinger, '38SM, Constance Isaly, '38,
Mary. Elizabeth James, '38, Margery
Lee Lehner, '39, Margaret Louise
Lowry, '38, Rowena LaCoste, '39,
Annada McElroy, '39, Eleanor Mc-"
Cay, '39, Mary McCrory, '39SM, Hel-
en McRae, '39P.
Charlotte Morehouse, '38, Evelyn!
Mullin, '38, Rebecca Newman, '39,
Elizabeth Notley, '39, Dorothy Novy,
'38, Frances Osborn, '39, Helen Ows-
tan, '39, Mary Perkins, '38, Lenora
Racette, '38, Helen Ralston, '39, Jean
Rutherford, '40, Mary May Scoville,
'40Ed, Katherine Schultz, '39, Myrra
Short, '39, Eleanor Sikkenga, '38, Al-
ice Stevenson, '40, Elizabeth St.
Johns, '39, Eleanor Swan, '39.
Namcs Are Given .
Marjorie Tate, '39, Martha Till-
man, '39, Elizabeth Turner, '38, Julia
Ann Upson, '39, Cornelia Van Doorn,
'38, Madelaine Westendorf, '40, Betty
Wahl, '38, and Mary Wheat, '38.
New membeizs of the social com-
mittee are Dorothy Barrett, '38A,
Carol °n Beltramini, '38, Phyllis Ben-
nett, '39, Mary Blodgett, '38, Doris
Bolton, '39A, Betty Bonistee4, '39,
Jean Bonisteel, '38, Rebecca Bursley
'39SM, Florence Brotherton, - '40A,'
Betty Brooks, '40, Margaret Camp-
bell, '38, Margaret Carrigan, '39,
Helen Cayia, '38, Marcia Connell, '39.
Margaret Gram, '39, Marian Dailey,
'38, Margaret Day, '38, Nancy Dall,
'39, Harriet Dean, '39, Margaret
Dodds, '38, Virginia Eaglesfield, '38,
Jeannette Edick, '38, Mary English,
'39, Bernice Fage, '39, Marguerite
Ganzhorn, '39, Jeanne Geyer, '38A,
Betty Gregory, '39, Annabel Haag,
'39, Jane Hardy, '39A.
Social Committee Named
Ruth Hartmann, '39, , Barbara
Heath, '39, Jane Holden, '39, ElaineI
Jacobs, '40, Marybeth Jones, '39. Ar-
demis Kouzian, '38, Florence Kean,.
'38, Florence Krenzler, '40, Madeline
Krieghoff, '39, Margaret Jack, '38,
Lenore Johnson, '39, Mary .Levan~
'39A, Jean Lee, '38, Jean Lillie, '39,
Jane Lord, '39, Margaret Lorenz, '39,
Betty Lindegren, '38, Betty Mansfield,
'39, Marguerite MacGregor, '39A.
Marjorie Merker, '39, Phyllis Min-
er, '39, Roberta Moore, '40, Ruth

ler, '39, Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40Ed,
Jean Steere, '38A, Barbara Teall, '39,
Margaret Tichenor, '39, Dorothy Till-
mans, '39, Virginia Voorhees, '39,
Margaret Waterston, '38, and Mary
Wickes, '39. Betty Gatward, '38, is
chairman of the group.
New appointees to the merit sys-
tem committee, under the direction
of Barbara Bradfield, '38, chairman,
are Betty Behler; '38, Louise Bolitho,
'38, Miss Brotherton, Phyllis Can-
non, '40, Norma Curtis, '39, Hazel
DeGroot, '38, Helen Jean Dean, '39,
Jean Drake, '39, Esther Dye, '40A,
Merit System Committee
Miriam Finheldey, '40, June Flem-
ing, '39, Helen Flitcraft, '39, Janet
Fullenwider, '39, Carolyn Gallmeyer,
'38, Betty Hill, '40A, Virginia Hunt,
SpecSM, Kathleen Larned, '38, Hel-
en Neberle, '38, Barbara Paterson,
'39, Ellen Redner, '40, Jean Ruther-
ford, '40. Nancy Saibert, '39, Mary
Jean Sanford, '40, Harriett Schneid-
er, '40, Harriet Sharkey, '40, Rosa
Silverman, '40, Elinor Somerville, '38,
Katherine Sprick, '40, and Genevieve
Thom, '40.
The publicity committee, headed by
Roberta Jean Melin, '38, chairman, in-
cludes Carolyn Beltramini, '38, Jane
Bierly, '39, Betty Bonisteel, '39, Isa-
bel Bruyere, '39, Mary Katherine
Burns, '39, Phyllis Carey, '39, Janet
Carver, '38, Ellen Cuthbert, '39, Helen
Douglas, '38, Gwendolyn Dunlop, '40,
Betty Fromm, '39.
Publicity Committee
Mary Goodrich, '40, Jeanne Grant,
'40, Martha Hankey, '38, Jean.Harley,
'39, Virginia Hart, '40, Millicent-Hos-
trup, '40, Frances Hubbs, '40, Kath-
erine Johnston, '38, Barbara King,
'38, Julia King, '40, Virginia Krieg-
hoff, '38, Barbara Lovell, '38, Helene
Martin, '38, Mary Ellen McCord, '38.
Marguerite McQuillan, -'39A, Kath-
erine Moore, '38, Matilda Moss, '39,
Miss Pierce, Miss Pomeroy, Jayne
Roberts, '38, Edith Ross, '39, Evelyn
Sager, '39, Miss Schultz, Zivia Seltzer,
'39, Marian Smith, '39, Jane Steiner,
'38, Nancy Stonington, '39, Jane
'Sturtridge, '38. Lois Verner, '40, Faith
Watkins, '39 and Elizabeth White, '39.
There is no scholarship of $150 at
the Helen Newberry Residence as it
was announced in The Daily pre-

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Speech Club Elects
Delegate For Meet
June Laing, '39, was elected dele-
gate to the national convention of
Zeta Phi Eta at the meeting of the
honorary speech society held Monday
in the League. The convention will
be held June 24, 25 and 26 in New
York City.
Mrs. G. F. Sanford, the regional
director of the society, was present
at the meeting in order to meet the
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