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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, 8EPTMBER 21, 198

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President Of Panhell

Judiciary Chairman

President Of Assembly

Hope Hartwig

Dull Rooms Made

Of Dormitories
Are Announced,
Additional League Houses
Are Named; 6 Sororities
Change House Mothers
Changes in the staffs of two dor-
mitories and six sororities and the
names of several new league housesI
were recently made known at the
office of the Dean of Women.
Mrs. Mary E. Mitchell will replace
Miss Ann Vardon as the director of
Betsy Barbour House. Mrs. Mitchell
was formerly house mother of the
Sigma Kappa sorority at Cornell Col-
lege at Ithica, N.Y. and comes high-
ly recommended by the Dean of
Women there.
New Directors at Jordan
Mrs. Laurence Morley will replace
Miss Isabell Dudley in her capacity
as director of Jordan Hall. Mrs.
Morley comes from Oberlin College in
Ohio where she was a house director.
M~iss Nani Diebel, '35, will take Miss
Bith Barrett's place as assistant so-
cial director of Jordan Hall. Miss
Deibel attended school here and was
very active in campus activities. She
is a member of Delta Gamma soror-
ity.
Mrs. Grace Pilcher of Detroit is tol
be the new house mother of Alpha
Delta Pi sorority. Mrs. Blain Ga-
vitte will take charge of Alpha Delta
sorority. Mrs. Gavitte comes from
Grand Rapids. Delta Delta Delta
sorority is to have as it's new house
mother Mrs. J. A. Orbison of Ann
Arbor.
House Mothers Named
The new head of Gamma Phi Beta
sorority will be Mrs. Martha Went-{
worth, who comes from Bay City.
Mrs. Harry S. Hall of Detroit will be
in charge of IKappa Alpha Theta so-
rority. Mrs. David W. Smith will
have the position of house mother of
Kapppa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mrs.
Smith comes from Colorado Springs,
Colo,
There will be quite a number of
new league houses this year. Among
them will be those of Mrs. Fowler
Johnson atb326 S. Division, Mrs. C.
V. Paul at 433 Maynard, Mrs. Paul-
ine Sinon at 1027 E. University, Miss
Mary Snell at 825 E. University, and'
Mrs. Rose Zimmer at 915 Oakland.
CLUBS BEGIN YEARS WORK
The Ann Arbor Women's Club
plans toopen its season with, a re-
ception on Tuesday, Oct. 5, accord-
ing to Mrs. Charles Eaton, former
chairman.

Appoints New m"a' e'y Drtgn
Drapes, BedspreadE
o__ You, the freshmen entering Micd--
- :gan. are immediately confronted
Change In Merit System with that stressing problem of how;
Announced; Publication to make your rooms livable. First:j
Ff'Lof all make it as gay as a lark and
'antern To Cease to suit your own taste. After all you
are the person who must see it most
Although the Leagu's plans for, and live in it. And when you've man-k
the new semester have not as yet been aged tq make those drab rooms at the
completed, Hope Hartwig, '38, presi- dormitory or league house liveable,
dent, yesterday announced the official you've really accomplished some-'
appointment of a new League council thing,.t
member and a change in merit system Why not pick up some bright col-
procedure. ored curtains, perhaps a Scotch plaid'
Ruth Friedman, '38, will take the would do, and a smart cheery rug and1
place of Joanne Kimmell, '38, as head bedspread to match? These things3
of the theatre-arts committee. Miss make up the foundation around
Kimmell will not attend the Univer- which you must build your color
sity this fall. It is planned, according schemes and theme whether it be a
to Miss Hartwig, that this committee nautical scene, the highlands of Scot-!
HELEN JESPERSON will sponsor one more children's play land, a travel bureau, or just a good
than last year, and that it will enjoy old fashioned comfortable room. They
- closer cooperation with the Art Cin- will give your room "life."
ema League. Then add the little touches that
This year the merit system com-
mittee, under Barbara Bradfield, '38, Athletic Association, under Mary
will award one merit point for every Johnson, '38, will stress tournament
10 hours of League work, and this play in all sports, and will continue
Fess P os tI ns principle will be carried up into the with work for a women's swimming
higher executive positions. Formerly, pool. One thousand dollars has al-
officers were given a fixed number o ready been provided, through various
Sam Stoler Will Appear points even though their hours of channels, for this pool, Miss Johnson
r1}work far exceeded the quota neces- said.
In Movies In Latest Mae sary for the points. Another change For the duration of the football
West Pictre announced for this committee is that eason, and probably throughout the
freshman tryouts to The Daily willrst semester, there will be no tables
not receive League points. in the Silver Grill of the League, ac-
Michigan track team, has a Holly- Judiciary Council, under the lead- cording to Mary Jane Mueller. '38,
wood contract and will appear in Mae ership of Angeline Maliszewski, '38, vice-president of the League, who is
West's next picture, "Every Day Is a will clarify house rules this semester in charge of the Grill. The position
Holiday." Willis Tomlinson, chairman for league houses and dormitories of the 'orchestra will also be changed'
:f the fir. '.iland will provide more definitely for from the side of the ballroom to the
e first Michigas, will attend their enforcement. The Women's alcove.
Harvard, where he will take up bNis-'

make the place interesting. Hang
loads and loads of picuures on the
wall, haul out your favorite snap-
shots and arrange them around the
room, and put a what-not here and
there. Get a good looking bookcase
in which to keep those'English Man-
uels and zoology works and incident-
ly don't forget to use them occasion-
ally.
If you're fortunate enough to have
a radio it will do a lot to keep you
company and also your next dpolr
neighbor when she's trying to slegp.
Clever little colorful lamps do much
to brighten up the room. And furry
dogs and lovely dolls give you ex-
cellent companions. Pile these and
odd shaped cushions high on the bed.
Remember that this one small
room must provide sleeping, studying,
and parlor accommodations for you
for one whole year. So the wise
freshman will restrain from buying
many frilly things. But this does not
mean the room must be left dull and
barren.

HARRIET SIIACKLETON
ANGELINE MALISZEWSKI
Employment of '37 June G
DiSplays Varet of Busin
Hadley, a former graduate of Mich-
M , Return To School; igan.
Maryanna Chockley, '37, Frank Dannemiller, editor of the
Jg 'je37 'Ensian, is working for an adver-I
I Pli'EewoIn1aiiI tising agency. Thomas Sullivan, mem-
Bber of the Men's Council and a mem-'
AyDrIOOTH1EA STAEBLER ber of the Board of Student Publica-
The placement of last June's grad- tions, is working for General Elec- U
uates presents a varied cross-section tric in Syracuse, N.Y., as is WilliamV
of business life. Barndt, former associate business,
Maryanna Chockley, who was manager of The Daily.
chairman of the judiciary council last| Miller Sherwood, president of the
ep.Ar h .o , brn'lymn ki a c.fi n c>li ' I1 r ... -A.+ _-P-;.,.,--11-1

7e've every smart ha
Lyle of the season --

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CI, uterisaoce- ensCounc and captainofthev hwilliaru oftheseason
i."-'~~'-~H ,vLuSU~I~ nicpai 1te ~ ~' " p - - --___ __ _
woman in Detroit all summer and tennis team, is with the Crane Comi- iness administration. The chairman
plans to continue her unusual work. pany in Chicago. Fred Schairer and of last year's Engineer's Ball, Cedric SUEDE CALOTS
Charlotte Rueger, president of the Gus Collatz, president of the senior Marsh is located with Dupont. He SUEDE CALOTS
League and women's editor of The engineering class, are also with the was also on the committee for Senior !te I,/-J.etA$.00
Summer Daily, has been working at Crane -Company. Ball.
Himelhoch's as college adviser and YsJean Finlayson is taking a ten- - -4- SUEDE B
New ork laim GilTillr ysn i takn a en-1And fZCianSUEDE BRE'
is now permanently employed there. .N.a.goewsETo imsNGil wer
Lois King, whe was secretary- Gil Tille, managing editor of the we trainigMcou fo lephosConprepare for your first gay whirl of col- $1.49 and $ 1.95
treasurer of the League, will be back Groli o nNwYr Florence Davies, a member of TheE lege parties. Cone in~ and let us show
for her master's degree. Mary An- he is working for Frank and Simons
drew, chairman of the Assembly, has of Fifth Avenue. Bill Bates, who y staff, is working for the De- you how becoming the newstyles are! FELT SNAP BRIMS
drew, cl~airman of the Assembly, hastroit News in the women's depart- Praet . 30 o$.0
taken up social work at the Franklin was football manager, is with a paint t e ideEl eunedPermanents ...3.00 to $7.50
Street Settlement in Detroit. Mar-: company, and Marshall Shulman, ed- $1.95
jorie Mackintosh will return to the itorial director of The Daily, is work- Toionto, and Mary Lou Miller is in sEa, SHAM y,y and W Edc
University for her master's degree in ing on the Detroit News where he is a Detroit with a scholarship at the nesday, SHAMPOO and WAVE 5c
English. She was League publicity regular reporter. Chiden's CeneBety AneBeebe, ,Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday
president of Panhellenic Association Y C "tr
chairman and attended summer Grant Barnes plans to attend the last year, will be at Shady Hill School Evenings SciVillr
school here. Harvard Law School after spending in Massachusetts where she will
Daily Members Go East the past year as business managerec n ae ore i id
Elsie Pierce, former managing ed- of the Gargoyle. Frank Bissell, arten work. Gretchen Kanteri RA G G E D Y)A N y
itor of The Daily, married Edward heavyweight wrestler at the Univer- also heading east for Greenwich 1114 South University Avenue Phone 7561 219 South Main Street
Begle and is living in Princeton, N. J., sity, is coaching a wrestling team at Connlso hereinses planening to beh nieriyveueP
where Begle is an assistant instructor a prep school in Pennsylvania,. Hu- studentwteache isa pivate school.bi-a Q _ m
in mathematics. Jewel Wuerfel, who ber t Bristol, manager of the basket-°°1
was women's editor of The Daily, won ball team, will continue his studies_,"
a scholarship to a New York fashion in geology at the University of Chi-
school and is living with Josephine cago.
- ------ Fred Buesser, popular column
writer for The Daily, is working for

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Freshmen!
We Welcome You!
With a Swell "C1othes" Line
(W E shouldn't toot our own horn ... but
these clothes really are swell! For serious
studies, plenty of those priceless classics .. .
for proms and BIG little dates . . . clothes to
make you powerfully demure . . . or plenty
sophisticated. Prices please young budgets too!

an advertising agency in Detroit. A
member of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil, William Fleming, will study law
at Harvard this fall. Richard Her-!
shey, managing editor of The Sum-
mer Daily, will also study law at Har-
vard. San Ladd will remain at Mich-
igan to enter the Law School.
Homer Lathrop Attends Harvard j
Homer Lathrop, member of the In- I
terfraternity Council, will take up
business administration at Harvard
University. Fred Warner Neal, for-
merly of The Daily, has transferred
to New York where he hopes to work
for the Herald Tribune.
Marion Donaldson is working forj
Himelhoch's in Detroit, and Janet I
Crawford, '40, worked there duringI
the summer. Hudson's clothing store
in Detroit has employed Ruth San-
dusky, Jackoline Kolle, Dorothy Ut-
ley, Betty Bingham and Jean Craver,
'38.
Margaret Kurtz, '39, Gretchen Leh-
man and Jane Pitcher are all at-
tending the Detroit Business Institute
this fall. Dorothy Briscoe, member
of The Daily and social chairman of
Helen Newberry, is teaching fifth
grade in Trenton, Mich.
Jean Taylor is located in Indian-
apolis where she is doing interior dec-
orating work. Rita Wellman, chair-
man of the merit system committee,
will return to school this fall to con..
tinue her studies in bacteriology.
Sam Stoller Enters Movies
Sam Stoller, singing star of the
Honor Groups
Make Women
Into B.W.O.C.'s

"PUT YOU OVER"1
. at College!.
A completely brand new collection of clothes to thrill
the hearts of all Ann Arborites who adore classic fashions !
We've assembled in this collection Bradley knitted wear,
Louise Mulligan, Ellen Kaye and Eisenberg frocks which
are exclusive with us, the beloved Brooks-type sweaters,
skirts . . . grand tweeds . . . tailored fashions for town and
campus at a wide range of prices.

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Tweedy 3-piece suits ... a
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with your frocks. Brown,
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with bright nubs; with Talon fastened
suede front in contrasting color. It
has a matching calot to clap on the
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Glamorous formals with
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-and loads of sweaters
and skirts that are "must
haves."

Probably every freshman has heard
that magical phrase "B.M.O.C." and
they indubitably know that it means
"Big Woman On Campus." However, I
the means by which you reach this
state are probably a matter of spec-
ulation.
The honor societies are few but
they are really the outward signs
which lead to this title. The first one
in which freshmen are eligible for
membership is Alpha Lambda Delta.
The requirement for this is mainlyI
Scholastic with half A and half B
grades for the first semester being
necessary for admission.
Wyvern, junior women's honorary;
society, is the next step. In the
spring of their sophomore year theI
women are picked in an exciting
tapping ceremony. Scholarship, ac-

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Sweaters with knotted kerchief and skirt is the campus
uniform * A raincoat is an absolute essential * Knitted suits
and wool dresses go to teas at President's house and League
tea dances * For sorority rushing the first two weeks, have
at least three afternoon dresses * For formal affairs, the
sky's the limit - you can be sophisticated or sweetly femi-
nine.

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