THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Aurttllive 4Dete' IDress
'Sororities Not Necessary r
For College Happiness,'
Miss Lloyd Statesy
More than 500 freshmen heard
Dean Alice Lloyd's address on colleger
conduct at 5 p.m. yesterday in the ,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The1
address was given as a part of the'
Orientation program of the League,
and was preceded by a kaleidoscopic'
word-picture of campus phenomena
given by Margaret Ferries, '38, Or-
Discussing first the subject that is
probably uppermost in most fresh-
wen's minds at this particular time,
Mis Lloyd admonished her audience
not to take sororities and rushing too
seriously. Explaining that since one
adverse opinion is sufficient to make
a woman ineligible in a particular
sorority, which is obviously no ac-
curate judge- of a personality, Miss Dark monotone wool with bright
Lloyd added that sororities are not a plaid acccnts is ever popular with
necessary part of a happy college college women. This is especially
career. true when the dress can be ac-1
Emphasizes Studying comawnihd by a smart hat and
Miss Lloyd emphasized the import- suede gloves of the same gay hue
ance of studying in college. To that found in the trimming.
end- quiet hours in dormitories have
been inaugurated and deserve the ut-
most consideration, she added.
Discussing phases of college con-
duct, Miss Lloyd referred to the ques-
tion of drinking and smoking amongIertain
women. Neither can be regulated by
the University, except that smoking is Fa ul O t 2
permitted nowhere in University
buildings except in private offices.
The return to the practice of cut- The annual University Senate and
ting at campus dances was advocated President's reception for all members
by Miss Lloyd, who deplored the fact of the faculty and administrative
that the custom, which proved pop-
ular in the past, has become obsolete staffs and their wives will be held
at Michigan for all of the bigger func- from 8:30 p.m. until midnight, Oct.
tions. 28, in the Union, it was announced
Urges Naturalness yesterday.
"Conventions can be overdone," Assistant Dean of Students Charles
said Miss Lloyd, as she stated that T. Olmstead is chairman of 'the com-
she considered friendliness and na- mittee arranging for the affair.
turalness the basis of social poise. The reception is an old custom, and
Co-education this year celebrates formerly was held particularly for
the 100th anniversary of its inaugura- new members of the faculty. In
tion and in Miss Lloyd's opinion is a former years, Prof. Everett Brown
success, providing both men and of the political science department
women keep the purpose of the had been in charge, but Dean Olm-
University, education, uppermost in stead is taking over the work this
their minds. Only when men and year because Professor Brown is
women get in each other's waycan it away at the present time.
be criticized. Miss Lloyd closed her The reception will last from 8:30
address by suggesting that the women p.m. until 10 p.m., and dancing in
do all in their power to preventthis the ballroom of the Union will com-
criticism. plete the evening program.
Feet Impress New Instructor
Feet, feet, nothing but feet. That athletic department. All of her duties
was the first definite impression of have not yet been assigned, Miss'
Michigan received by Miss Ruth Hel- Helsel stated.
sel, new woman's physical education; Miss Helsel is on a year's leave of
nstructor, who acted as foot exam- absence from Wittenberg College, in
ner during the freshman physical Springfield, Ohio, where she has been
examinations duz'ing Orientation head of the woman's athletic de-
week. the woman's het d.-
Miss Helsel is replacing Miss Dor- partment. She received her B.S. at
othy Beise, who has taken a year's Ohio State and her M.A. at Colum-
leave of absence to work for her doc- bia University.
tor's degree. Miss Helsel is in charge Miss Helsel hopes that a large
of archery and bowling and teaches number of women will come out for
tennis. She supervises the N.Y.A. Archery Club and bowling this sea-
Hockey Manager States en's club, a high school team and
P~an Seson the lawyers. The latter game is ani
Plans For Open Season annual event and last year two were
Open hockey season, in which all Miss Richardson emphasized the
women who are interested may par- fact that all women who have played
ticipate, is now in progress, accord- hockey at all are invited to join the
ing to Mary Richardson, '39, hockey club.
manager. This will last until the
close of formal sorority rushing,
when club hockey will begin.
The hockey club, which meets at
4:15 every Tuesday and Thursday in
the Women's Athletic Building, had
its first meeting Tuesday. All women
who have played hockey, are eligible
for membership. BRAD 4
During the year a club tournament
will be held and outside games will
be played with the Ann Arbor wom-
students who work in the woman's'
It's the wise young woman -Mho knows that
classic sweaters are always good at Michi-
gan. You can wear them day after day
(rinsing them out at night) and they'll
keep their dateless charm through a whole
career at college.
FIFTY-NINTH ANNUAL SERIES 1937-1938
Rachmaninoff, Pianist WEDNEs
The Cleveland Orchestra
Fritz Kreisler, Violinist MONA, NO
Boston Symphony Orchestra
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Conductor WEDNESDAY, D
Ruth Slenczynski, Pianist
Helsinki University Chorus
Gina Cigna, Soprano
The Roth Quartet
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