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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGER MT

Freshman

Orientation Advisers

Are

Announced

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Delta Sigma Rho'
To Hold Initiation
Ceremony Today
Delta Sigma Rho, honorary speech'
fraternity for varsity debaters and
orators, will hold its annual intiation
at 5 p.m. today in the Michigan
Union, followed by a banquet at 6:15
p.m. Robert Rosa, '39, will preside
at both the initiation and the dinner.
The people who are to be initiated
are as follows: Betty Jane Mans-
field, '39; Margery Lee Lehner, '39Ed;
Mary Rall, '39; Rebecca Newman,
'39; Sidney Davidson, '40; Jack Shu-
ler, '40E, nrthur Klein, '39, Louis
Poplinger, '39, and Mary Virginia
Bush, '40.
Mr. Lyman Spicer Judson of Kala-
mazoo College and national secre-
tary and editor of "The Gavel," Delta
Sigma Rho magazine, will be the'
main topic being "Worth a Life."
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, one of
the founders of the organization in
1906, will also greet the new ini-
tiates.
Theatre Arts Interviewing
Interviewing for positions on the
executive council of the Theatre
Arts committee will be held from
3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today. This is
the last day that interviewing will
take place.
Personal Gifts
preferred for
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Mass Meeting
For All Aides
To BeMay 22
Advisory Group To Stress
More Personal Contacts
With Freshman Women
Senior and freshman orientation
advisors for next fall were announced
yesterday by Patricia Matthews, '40,
general chairman of orientation. A
mass meeting will be held at 4 p.m.
Monday, May 22. Any adviser or as-
sistant adviser absent from this meet-
ing will automatically be dropped
from the list, Miss Matthews said.
Senior Advisers Announced
Those women who have been
chosen for senior advisory positions
are: Barbara Benedict, '40, Anna-
belle Van Winkle, '41; Mary Helen
Davis, '41; Helen Barnett, '41; Anna
Platt, '40; Virginia Lee Hardy, '41;
Virginia List, '41; Barbara Fisher,
'41; Jean Tibbetts, '40; Helen Jim-
merson, '40; Marjorie Allison, '41;
Norma Vint, '40; Sara Manthei, '40;
and Carolyn Williams, '40.
Other senior advisers are: Frances
Hubbs, '40; Charlotte Schreiber, '40;
Dorothy Gilliam, '41; Carolyn Wil-
liams, '40; Frances Herdrick, '41; Ann
Besamer, '40; Betty Stadelman, '40;
Dorothy Sampson, '41; Barbara Tell-
ing, '40; Jane Mowers, '40; Betty
Roberts, '40; Elizabeth Clark, '41;
Dorothea Otrmayer, '41; Frances
Nevin, '41; Betty Hall, '41.
More Advisers'Named
The list of senioradvisers con-
tinues with: Barbara Grill, '41; Eliza-
beth Kepler, '41; Elizabeth Heggie,
'41; Margaret Cobb, '41; Betty Stout,
'41; Marjory Paterson, '41; Allison
Curtis, '41; Mary Jordan, '40; Betty
Ployd, '40; June Tolton, '41; Carrie
Wismer; '41; Margaret Cornelius,
'41; Clara Louise Fulde, '41; Dorothy
Cox, Betsy Lightner, '41; Janet
Clark, '40; Maya Gruhzit, '41; Al-'
berta Royal, '40; Virginia Van Wag-
oner, '41; Jane S. Pinkerton, '41; Eli-I
zabeth Luckham, Angeline Rocknick,
'40; Ellen Redner, '40; Ellen Krieg-'
hoff, '40 and Mary Mootz, '41.
Senior advisers for the College of
Architecture are: Ann Vedder, '41A;
Grace Helen Barton, '41A; Margaret
Whittemore, '41A; and Ann Wills,
'41A. Mary K. Moir, '41D, is senior
adviser for the Dentistry School. Sen-
ior advisers for the School of Music
are: Lonna Parker, '41SM and Geral-,
dine Braun, '41SM.
Assistant Advisers Named
Assistant freshmen orientation ad-
visers are: Mary Mikulich, '41; Char-
lehe Pike, '42; Margot Thom, '42;
Jeanne Noyes, '42; Mary Virginia
Mitchell1 '42; Donelda Schaible, '42;
Alice Ward, '41; Phyllis Tonkin, '42;
Betty Whitely, '42; Betty Gould, '42;
Virginia Appleton, '42; Margaret Idal

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Gardner, '42; Frances Aaronson, '42;
Marsery 'olumbaum, '42 and Ruth
Pa s '
The list continues with: Dorothy
Brooks, Adelaide Carter, '42; Eleanor
Donahue, '42; Nancy Chapman, '42;
Elise Clark, '42; Phyllis Lovejoy, '42;
Barbara Sufferan, '41; Jean Reed,
'42; Jane Sapp, '41; Barbara Ditt-
man, '41; Isabel Balf our, '42; Betty
Fariss, '42; Grace Miller, '42; Nancy
Gould, '42; Rosemary Lehman, '41
and Betty Meyers, '41.
Other assistant advisers are: M9ar-.
garet Van Ess, '41; Ethel Winnai, '41;
Agnes Crow, '42; Virginia Brereton,
'4OSM; Lois Basse, '42; Mary Gage,
'42; Jeanne Crump, '42; Alice Helen
France, '41P; Janet Sargeant, '41;
Margaret Hubbard, '41; Rae Gustaf-
son, '42; Patricia MacFarland, '42SM;:
Betty Zunk, '42; Mildred Radford,
'42; Ora Graft, '41 and Frances Al-
len, 41.
Betty Hine, '42; Louise Keatly, '42;
Jane Baits, '42; Edith Lynch, '41 and1
Martha Peters, '41 have also been
chosen for assistant advisory posi-
tions.
An effort will be made to establish
more personal contacts with the
freshmen through the next orienta-
tion program than has been made
in former years, said Miss Matthews.
Contact with the freshmen women
will be continued throughout the year.

Petitioning Set
For Assembly
Fall Activities
Chairman To Be Chosen
By Blanks Alone; Jobs
Open On Committees
Petitioning for assembly activities
to be held next fall will reopen today
and continue through Monday, May
15, announced Mary Frances Reek,
president. Miss Reek stated that the
reopening is for the benefit of the
girls who had wnted to petition 2nd
yet failed to get their petitions in
under the deadline.
The three affairs for which peti-
tioning is open are Assembly Tea,
Independent Fortnight, and the In-
formation Booth. Assembly Tea, to
be held Friday, Oct. 13 is for all
the new students and independent
women. For this function there will
be the following chairmanships: gen-
eral chairman, patrons, invitations,
music, programs, publicity, arrange-
ments and merit chairman.
Independent Fortnight consists of
two weeks during which Assembly
and Senior Society will make tours of
the dormitories and houses. The
positions for the Fortnight are: gen-
eral chairman; an assistant for the
dormitories; an assistant for the
League Houses; and an assistant for
correlation of the two.
The other chairmen will be those
for the Information Booth, which will
be maintained during Orientation
week and during the Independent
Fortnight. These will consist of gen-
eral chairman, assistant of Orien-
tation Week, assistant for the Fort-
night, and merit chairman.
The petitions are to include all the
ideas, as there will be no interview-
ing. Each woman who petitions will
be put on a committee automatically
if she is not appointed chairman.
Girls' Cooperative
To Entertain At Tea
Residents of the Girls Cooperative
House, 517 E. Ann, are giving a tea
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow with
the purpose of permitting women who
are interested in cooperatives to see
the house and understand its opera-
tion, Hilda Otis, '40,tpresident, said
yesterday.
It is the practice of the house to
give such a tea each spring, Miss
Otis said, though this year guests
will not see the house that the group
will live in next year as plans have
been made to move to 1511 Wash-
tenaw.
Thie house is run on a democratic
basis, Miss Otis explained. Duties
such as meal planning, buying, and
bookkeeping are carried out by the
women and they are changed often
so that a greater degree of variety is
made possible. In this way expenses
are reduced to an absolute minimum
while at the same time the members
get valuable experience.

Spring Dances
Add To Festive
Weekend Color
With May Festival drawing thous-
ands of music lovers to Ann Arbor
and Mother's Day adding an extra
note of celebration, this weekend
finds many fraternities holding their
annual spring formal dances.
Acacia will hold its summer for-
mal dinner dance tonight from 7
p.m. to 1 a.m. Bill McKay and his
orchestra will furnish the music. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Russ
Price and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nie-
huss.
Huron Hills will be the setting for
Alpha Sigma Phi's spring formal.
Bobby Scherger and his orchestra
will play for the dance. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Bason and Mr. and Mrs. Do;,-
as Hannibal will chaperon.
Phi Beta Delta will hold a spring
formal from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at
the Washtenaw Country Club. Din-
ner will be served before the dance.
Music will be supplied by Red Goods-
man and his band. Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Burt
Marks, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Schaeffer
will chaperon.
Another spring formal will be given
by Sigma Alpha Epsilon. It will be
a dinner-dance with Bill Gail and
orchestra providing music. Chaper-
ons will be Mr. and Mrs. James Littell
of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Graham.
Lambda Chi Alpha also will hold
its spring formal tonight.I
Baseball Games Played
The women's softball tournament
is being played off every afternoon.
tames played yesterday afternoon
were Alpha Phi vs. Alpha Xi Delta
and Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Alpha Chi
Omega. The Alpha Phis were vic-
torious with a score of 17 to 5. Alpha
Chi Omega won their game with a
score of seven to one.

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Numerous elections, initiations and
pledgings have been announced by
several chapter houses,
PHI SI(MA KAPPA
Phi Sigma Kappa's new officers
are: James E. Fromm, '41E, presi-
dent; Robert Benford, '40E, vice-
president; John Sobesky, '41E, secre-
tary; James MacDonald, '40, treas-
urer; Jack Maytham, '40E, sentinel,
and Tom Jester, '40E, inductor. A new
pledge at Phi Sigma Kappa is Ken-
ieth Huff, '42E, of Chicago.
CHI PSI
Chi Psi announces the election of
the following officers: Laurence Van
den Berg, '40, president; Kirk Mar-
tin, '41, secretary; Edwin Hibbart,
'41, treasurer; and Warren Breiden-
back, '41, correspondent.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Newly elected officers at Tau Kap-
pa Epsilon are: Eugene Carl La Salle,
'40A, president; Francis P. Sweeney,
'40, vice-president; George W. Mohl-
man, '41E, secretary; George P. Scott,
'41, treasurer; Myron C. Hall, '40E,
Chaplain; John F. Winne, '41, his-
torian; Gordon A. Stumpf, '41E,
pledge master; and Robert J. O'Brian,
11E, guard.
Two men who have been initiated
nto Tau Kappa Epsilon are Myron
I. Hall, '40E, and George Mahlman,
41E. The following have been
"ledged: Robert Allen, '41E, of Chi-
ago; John H. Eby, '40F,&C, of South
Haven, Frederick Clary, '42, Monroe-
ille, Ohio; Robert Sforzini, '42E;
Robert Raddatz, '42E, Muskegon;
md Alfred A. Healy, '40E, Detroit.
ALPHA PHI
Alpha Phi has elected the follow-
in officers: Ruth Coler, '40, Uresi-

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