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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCT. 16,

Rushing Ends
A t Sororities;
S2 45_Pledged
Silent Period To Last Until
3 P.M. Tomorrow; 34
Fewer Listed This Year

June Pollan, '41, Detroit; Mary Roger,
'41, Winnetka, Ill.; Elaine Sandt, '41,
Pleasant Ridge; Virginia Sapping-
ton, '41, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; and
Ann Wills, '41, Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Delta Gamma
Margaret Bradin, '41, Grosse Point;
Belle Calkins, '41, Detroit; Elizabeth
Conn, '40, Detroit; Allison Curtis, '41,
Ann Arbor; Katherine Forberg, '41,
Desplains, Ill.; Phyllis Gallagher, '41,
Duluth, Minn.; Rachel Johnson, '41,
Cleveland; Edna Kearney, '41, De-
troit.
Jane Krousa, '41, Keilworth, Ill.; Vir-
ginia Kielholtz, '41, Dayton, 0.; Dor-
othy Lavan, '41, Grand Rapids;
Gwenyth Lemon, '39, Ann Arbor;
Mary McConkey, '41, South Bend,
nd.; Jean Morrall, '41, Youngstown,
0.; Margaret Whittemore, '41, Ann
Arbor; Joan Outhwaite, '41, Ben-
nington, Vt.; and Ruth Margaretl
Voigt, '39, Detroit.
Gamma Phi Beta
Edith Alcorn, '39, Ravenna, 0.; Peg
Allen, '39, Birmingham; Mary Helen
Davis, '41, Ann Arbor; Harriet De-

Girl's Co-op Sadly .
:Discovers Favor
Has To Be Repaid
Concealed beneath this missive;
you will find the necessary impedi-
menta for your labor of love"-that
phrase begins a letter from the menI
in the Rochdale Student Cooperative
to the Girls' Co-op.t
"Impedimenta' 'in this case refers
to 25 yards of new ecru marquisettel
destined to be converted by the girls
into curtains for the boys at Oxford!
Road.
But when the author, inspired to
couch his letter in poetic terms, men-t
tions "labor of love," he errs, fort
the girls' motives are not purely al-j
truistic.
The curtain-making is the fulfill- I
ment of an obligation or, as the
Rochdale boys would put it, the re-f
paying of a favor incurred at thes
beginning of the semester.
At that time the Girls' Cooperativet

Complete Records Of Alumni ~-~ ~~~
On File In School Catalog Office Classified Directory

(Continued from Page 1)
Janet Burns, '40, Grosse Point; Jean-
ette Cranmer, '41, Steubenville, O.;
Margery Everett, '41, Sault Ste. Ma-
rie; Marilyn Gittins, '41, Detroit;
Suzanne Hopkins, '41, Detroit; Ma-
rion Hubbard, '41, Detroit; Jean
Kaufman, '41, Grosse Point; Virginia
List, '41, Bloomfield Hills; Dorothy'
McKinnon, '41, Plymouth; Elizabeth
Meier, '41, Toledo; Annabel Van
Winkle, '41, Howell; Jane Peterson,
'41, Adrian; Margaret Schiller, '40,
Lansing; Mary Anne Starr, '39, Gary,
Ind.; Margaret Jackson, '39, Flint;
Phyllis Ludke, '39, Detroit; Jose-
phine King, '40, Detroit and Mary
McKinnon, '40, Plymouth.
Alpha Xi Delta
Genevieve Haner, '40, Ann Arbor;
Rose Mary Lehman, '41, Fort Wayne,
Ind.; and Mary Sommers, '40, Canan-
daigua, N.Y.
Chi Omega
Jane Anderson ,'40, Detroit; Esther
Baker, '40, Detroit; Betty Bibber,
'40, Mt. Lebenon, Pa.; Mary Call, '39,
Jackson; Eleanor Christenson, '39,
Ninona, Minn.; Ruth Davis, '41, De-
troit; Catherine DeVine, '39, Ann
Arbor; Mable Douglas, '40, Detroit;
Rhea Jane Easton, '40, Detroit; Bar-
bara Guest, '40, Detroit.
Shirley Hicks, '41, Toledo; Mar-
jorie High, '39, Flint; Jean Kinsey,
441, Grand Rapids; Jean McCormick,
'40, Detroit; Susanne Morgan, '41,
Washington, D.C.; Louisa Pullen, '39,
Detroit; Frieda Scheffler, '41, Chi-
cago; Ellen St. John, '41, Miami, Fla.;
Betty Jane Swift, '41, Middleville;
Helen Tucker, '39, Detroit; Jane Ann
Visscher, '41, Holland; Doris Vogel,
'39, Jackson; Yvonne Westrate, '41,
Holland; and Mary Ann Young, '41,
Detroit.
CGllegiate Sorosis
Beverly Bracken, Traverse City;
Ann Bremion, Detroit; Carolyn Col-I
ler, Ann Arbor; Martha Dailey, '41,
Sagina4v; Jean Donaldson, '41, Pon-
tiac; George Ann Gilkey, Kalamazoo;
Louise Haskell, State, Wash.; Eileen
Hayward, Grosse Point; Elizabeth
Hegge, Marthville; Margaret Hub-
bard, Pontiac; Edith Johnston, Grand
Haven; Norah Kennedy, '40, Palo
Alto, Cal.; Betsy Robinson, '41, Grosse
Point; Emily Sanduson, Madison, N.
J.; Suzanne Sibley, Grad, Grosse
Point; Betty Thompson, '40, Detroit;
Ann Vedder, '41,yDetroit; BarbaraI
Wheat, '41,'Bay City; and Mary Ellen
Wheeler, '41, Ann Arbor.
Delta Delta Delta
Bunty Bain, '39, Gary, Ind.; Con-
stance.Berry, '41, Ann Arbor; Helen
Bohnsack, '41, Porte Ridge, Ill.; Helen
Brady, '40, Howell; Betty Clark, '41,
Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Ruth Dillman,
40, Chicago; Janet Everest, '39,
Grand Rapids; Suzanne Flannigan,
'41, Indianapolis, Ind.
Jane Griswold, '41, Detroit; Francis
Haigh, '41, Chicago; Marion Harris,
'41, Newark, N.J.; Lorraine Hoskin,
'41, Detroit; Evelyn Kalb, '41, Spring-
field, Ill.; Ellen Rhea, '41, Holland;

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By CARL W. PETERSEN spondence, newspaper clippings andI
Biographical material of 110,827 an alphabetical card file of full
names, degrees, years of attendance
alumni. graduates and non-graduates, if no degree was received and the
living and dead, complete from the latest address of all living alumni.
class of 1845 to the last in 1937 is A special file of 275 University
kept permanently on file in the alumni and students who lost their
Alumni Catalog Office, Alumni Me- lives in the World War, as well as a!
morial Hall. complete and detailed list of Mich-'
igan men and women who served in
The work of this office, of which Mexican, Civil, Spanish and World,
Mrs. Lunette Hadley has been direc- Wars is included.
tor since 1925, is done by seven reg- The equipment of the office in-t
ularly employed workers and two NYA cludes two addressograph machines,
students on a yearly budget of about;which make address plates of all liv-
y10,000. ing alumni and one electric graph-
The function of the catalog office, otype which embosses the stencil used
according to Mrs. Hadley, is to keep in the addressograph.
for University officials certain official Of the 110,827 alumni of the Uni-
records, and to maintain a directory versity, 23,515 are known to be de-I
to serve alumni. ceased and their biographical ma-
In addition to official records of aerial is filled in the necrology file

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TYPING-Carefully and accurately_
done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E. King-i
Ssley St. Phone 6344. 106#-
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone

5244. 3x
WANTED
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Anyf
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.i
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
LAUNDRY

IAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST ANDFOUND
LOST: Parker fountain pen on cam-
pus near Angell Hall Dial 5534.
99
LOST: Elgin wrist watch. Gold case,
brown leather strap. Call 6856, ask
for Tom. 105
FOR SALE
CORONA portable typewriter like
new. Silent. Original price $72.00.
20 per cent off. Price for sale $57.60.
Phone 2-1536. 108

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EXPERIENCED laundress doing
dent laundry. Will call for
deliver. 4863.

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I NEW KODAK (retina) with the at-
tu- tachments. Original price $72.50.
nd 20% off. Sale price $58.00. Call
x 2-1536. 107

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'Weese, '39, Kent, O.; Ruth Fitzpat- found they needed some furniture. the University such as copies of all
rick, '41, Muskegon; Barbara Grif- Cooperation proved more than a annual catalogues and copies of Re-
fin, '40, Oyster Bay; Virginia Lee ;word, for the boys lent them a bit gents' proceedings, the office also has
Hardy, '41, Midland; Mary Hender- of theirs with the provision, "you can a file of 87,512 folders of biographical
son, '41, Ann Arbor; Dana Hennigar, do something for us sometime." material registration cards, corre-
'41, Oscoda; Katherine King, '41; And so it came to pass that the
Jackson; Betty Meyer, '40, Grosse Girls' Cooperative House will labor.
Point; Barbara Newton, '41, Pontiac; But they will not labor in vain, PageToSpeak
Dorthea Ortmayer, '41, Milwaukee; for, in the words of the spokesman
Helen Rigterink, *'41, Grand Rapids; for the Rochdale House, "this task, On
menial though it may see, will be the
June Roberts, '41,Detroit; Emilie instrument whereby the cooperative!
Turnbull, '41, Dear'born; Margaret girls will be given an opportunity to R elg o as,'1 vntn l. al o.H r
Walsh. '41, Evanston, Ill.; Sally Lou demonstrate their little known, but
Weidlein, '41, Cleveland, O. nevertheless,- superb capabilities."
Kappa Alpha Theta j
Frances Bourke, '41. Detroit; Mary ! I-M SPEEDBALL RESULTS Kirby Page, author, editor and re-
Gretchen Connine, '41, Grayling; In the only game of the day in the ligious interpreter, will give two leo-
Cornelai Davidson, '41, Port Huron; I-M speedball preliminaries, Phi Sig-
Jeanne Davis, '41, Indianapolis; Ellen ma Delta defeated Theta Delta Chiral Science
Douglas, '41, Londonville, N.Y.; Jean yesterday by the convincing score of Auditorium, it was announced yester-I
Forsythe, '41, Standish; Jane Grove, 9-3. Manny Slavin, basketball let- day by Kenneth W. Morgan, director #
'41, Milwaukee; Maryanna Jamison, terman, starred for the winners with of the Student Religious Association.
'41, Ann Arbor; Phyllis Kennedy, '41, five points, all passes into the end Mr. Page will speak on The World
Detroit; Edith Lynch, '41, Grosse zone.M
Point; Frances McLaughlin, '40, De- Situation-Some Religious Implica-
troit; Anna Caroline Martin, '39, Bay CLASS OFFICERS ELECTED tions."
City; Kathleen Mead, '41, Birming- The following officers were elected He was editor of the World Tomor-
ham; Margaret Mulcahy, '39, Bay yesterday by the senior class of the row from 1926 to 1934, a position once.
City; Mary Newcomb, '41, Ann Arbor; School of Education: Edward Slezak, held by Norman Thomas, and is a
Betty Shick, '41, Jackson, O.; Pa- president, Ruth Carr, vice-president, contributing editor of the Christian
tricia Williams, '41,, Kendalville, Ill. Eloise Frost, treasurer, and Olin Mur- Century. His books have been trans-
Kappa Delta dick, secretary. lated into 10 languages. One of his
Ruth Barber, '40, Detroit; Margaret orks, "Living Creatively" was re-
Carr, '40, Detroit; Elizabeth Ems- Ann Arbor; Doris Marschner, '40, cently given first place in a list of;
wiler, '41, Ann Arbor; Helen May Detroit; Mary Alice McAndrew, '39, 436 books on religion chosen by the
Gasser, '41, Ann Arbor; Winifred Ypsilanti; Doris Merker, '41, Detroit; Hazen Foundation, an endowed or-
Gasser, '41, Ann Arbor; Shirley Hep- Nancy Murray, '41, Birmingham; ganization for the furthering of re-I
ler, '41, Ann Arbor; Margaret Wood- Betty Nichols, '41, Oak Park, Ill.; Bar- ligious education in colleges._
ruff, '41, Memphis. bara Rodgers, '41, Pontiac: Marjorie Much of Mr. Page's lifetime has
Kappa Kappa Gamma Strand, '41, Detroit. been spent in travelling around the
Doris Atkinson ,'40, Detroit; Dor- Zeta Tau Alpha world and in studying its religious
othy Boyer, '41, Detroit; Mary Jane Jane Zapp, '41, Cleveland; Ragna and social problems ,according to Mr.
Fry, '39, Detroit; Louis Gordon, '41, Sue Randolph, '40, Elkhart, Ind.; Morgan. Another of Mr. Page's books,
Sewickley, Pa.; Dorothy Gillian, '41, Jean Pheneger, '41, Cleveland; Beat- "War: Its Causes, Consequences and
Royal Oak; Jane Hart, '40, Gary, rice Dobson, '41, Wilkensburg, Pa.; Cure" was published serially in Young
Ind.; Marian Iddings, '39, Lansing; Josephine Kist, '40, Pittsburgh, Pa.; India by Mahatma Gandhi. Mr.
Marjorie McCrae, '41, Grosse Pointe; Maybelle Harsyla, '41, Calumet; Betty Page has been an outstanding worker
May McCreedy, '41, Scarsdale, N.Y.; Boothby, '40, Woodbury, N.J. for peace, Mr. Morgan said.
Betty Mandel, '41, Detroit; Patricia I
Nahser, '41, Chicago; Virginia Os-
Good, '40, Ann Arbor; Jean Van 25c ALL DAY 20c to 5 P.M.
Raalte, '40, Holland. SNA TODAY
li 1 Beta Phi SUNDAY
Ruth Allen, '41, Ietroit; Mary Ash- NOW PLAYING! TODAY AND SUNDAY!
ley, '41, Detroit; Camilla Ayres, '41,
Detroit; Harriet Babcock, '41, Birm- Gosh, I wish I want
ingham; Johanna Beem, '40, Chicago; such a purty feIIer
Phyllis Kavanaugh, '41, Midland; * V
Betty Ann Chaufty, '41, Ann Arbor;
Betty Dickmeyer, '40, Fort Wayne,
Ind.; Frances Griffin, '41, Ann Ar-
bor; Mary Martha Hobrock, '41, Fort
Wayne, Ind.; Janet Homer, '39, De-
trait; Betsy Honhart, '39, Detroit; b y

anr kAnt. tharP v Prmanprrtl r

The record of the prospective alum-
nus begins as soon as he registers
as a freshman. His registration card
is sent to the catalog where it is filed.
When the student graduates, his di-
ploma fee card is sent to the office
which uses it as a basis for the
master card file, the addressograph
plates. It also goes into the bio-
graphical folder along with the regis-
tration cards which constitute the
first bits of biographical material.
Bondurant Elected
Law Club President
Keith Bondurant, '38L, was elected
president of the Lawyers' Club at the
election held Thursday. Other offi-
cers are Gerald Stoetzer, '38L, vice-
president, William Stephens, '38L,
secretary and John Thomson, '38L,
treasurer.
Robert Keck, '39L, was chosen jun-
ior member of the board of governors.
Men elected for the Council were Ed-
ward Schramm, '38L, Robert Bur-
hans, '39L, Joel Newman, '38L, Wil-
liam Stephens, '38L, Edward Zowns,
'39L, Robert Feldman, '38L, Edward
Ransom, '38L, Irving Achtenberg;
'38L, Douglas Welch, '38L, John
Welch, '38L, John Hoyt, '38L, Robert
Dudley, '38L, Hugh Kuder, '38L, Dan-
iel Morrison, '38L, Hubert Allens-
worth, '38L, and John Thomson, '38L.

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Bedside lighting, bathroom lighting, kitchen lighting, and lighting for a
child's study table ... these should receive careful consideration, because
these are the places where eyes are used constantly on tasks that require
close visual application. These are the places where abuse of the eyes
through poor lighting may result in permanent injury. These are places
in your home that should be LIGHT CONDITIONED. Compare the
recommended lamp wattage with the lamp sizes at these four locations
in your home. Sizes are total: There may be one lamp bulb or several.
Good lighting at the bedside can help to prevent eyestrain caused by
reading in bed. Good lighting on either side of the bathroom mirror will
greatly facilitate shaving and primping. Good lighting in the kitchen
makes cooking, dishwashing, and other kitchen tasks easier. And most
important of all, good lighting at the study desk will help to protect
your child's eyes against eyestrain.
Phone for a survey of your lighting today. There is no charge for this
service. Measure your light with the Sight Meter and see for yourself
whether you have enough light in these four important places to assure
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