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October 13, 1938 - Image 5

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Gives Lecture IVUpmJ L I f 1L VItL I Choice Today Mrs. B. f. DeVere Baly, chair-
ByMen.nMi iman of Arts and Crafts division of Betsy Barbour House and Allen-
Freshmen Told Essentials iydusMiTill Out Preference the Ann Arbor Women's Club will Rumsey Dormitory are having an ex-
Of Cultured Personalit -1give a lecture on stained glass win- change dinner at 6:15 p.m. today. Six-
O lure ersonalty The Daily Women's Staff received some fan mail of an astonishing sort Slips With Great Care dows at 2:30 p.m. today in the League, teen girls from Betsy Barbour will
the the da, ad sad ltte wa filed ithvarousperinen an pesonl jThis will be the first in a series ofr be the guests of the Allen-Rumsey
Mere beauty or mere intellect does the other day, and said letter was filled with various pertinent and personal Stephanie Parfet, '39, president of men,hand16 men from the dormitory
not make a cultured personality, Prof, questions concerning certain male students on campus. You said it--the Panhellenic Association, yesterday four lectures to be given by Mrs. will dine with their hostesses at the
Bennett Weaver of the English de- letter was written by two girls. urged sorority rushees to be ex- Bailey on the second Thursday of women's residence.
partment pointed out yesterday in his One of their questions, was: Whose picture is in - tremely careful in making out their each month. In the course of these The exchange-dinner has been ar-
Dey's window? Don't look now, but at present it is a preference- slips. lectures she will give an account of ranged by the social directors of the
talk on Personality, given as the human of the very young and very tender variety.e As rushing draws to a close, the stained glass and glass paintings, dormitories. This form of social
second Orientation lecture in the hu f th r ed t final and most important step re- A second series of talks will be activity is becoming very popular on
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre of the iunan) was a handsome man. Dey's informed us mains-making out the preference given by Mrs. Baily during the second campus. Congress and Assembly held
League.taslip correctly, Miss Parfet stated. Each semester. At this time she will dis-'one earlier in the year, and the fra-
Professor Weaver outlined the es- York City. That's the best we can do. From now rushee who has been bid by a soror- cuss the history of illuminated books ternities and sororities are prpmot-
sentials for a cultured personalityty will receive her preference slip and manuscripts. ing the same idea.
which include faith in happiness, this afternoon, and she mut reurn
trust in happy moments, faith in the Members of the Undergraduate Council of the 4j the slip to a box which has been set
best, discovery of individual graces, League, staid and charming girls that they undoubt- up in Barbour Gymnasium for that Complete Supply of Waterman Products on sale at
and thought on the beautiful. In his edly are, spent a fascinating afternoon Monday purpose by noon tomorrow.
speech, Professor Weaver emphasized regulating the lives of all undergraduate women on Her first, second, and third pref- W A H R S BO O KSTRE
the philosophy of complete faith. "We 1 the campus. To keep up their starch or sugar or erences should be placed in order on3 S t a
must meet life .with faith and not something, they all munched noisily on free candy the slip. However, if there is only 316 South State
with doubt," he said. bars, provided no doubt by that watchdawg of the candy booth, one Maddy one sorority in which she feels that
A cultured personality is something Krieghoff. she would be happy, she should defi-
which can be acquired. Though about . nitely be advised to place the name
those things which the individual ad- Wyvern Meets - M ember Colapses ... of that house and no other on her
ment of such a personality, Professor Wyvern had their first meeting of the fall in the rear of the League Pledging will take place at 2 p.m.'
Weaver pointed out. Grill last week. Alberta "Woody" Wood presided at the end of the long Saturday.

given to the man anq woman who the advisers of both Assembly and
have collected the most signatures of Congress. The committee in chargel
dancing partners during the affair. of the tea dance has been headed byl
Refreshments will be rerved, and -Miss,.McGeachy and Edward Wetters,
those chaperoning the affair will be '39.




table, and gathered around her were Jane Nussbaum, Harriet Sharkey,
Jean Rutherford and Betty Slee, as well as some other shadowy characters.
Betty, pride and joy of the judiciary council, had a spot of difficulty in
lassoing a chair, and in the ensuing scuffle suffered a nasty bruise.
The W.A.A. Board met yesterday and those who came early, and*left
early, were Norma Curtis, Martha Tillman, Virginia Allen, Buffy White,
Dottie Maul, Marjorie Tate, Irene Sabo, Mary Richardson and Julia Ann
Great things in the way of athletics have been going on in this eerie
weather Ann Arbor has offered this fall. Many's a freshman who hasn't
even had a good excuse to turn his or her, as the case
may be, reversible inside out as yet.
Playing tennis on the Betsy Barbour court late-
ly have been Miriam Smith, Nancy Gould, Chloe
Van Schoick and Betty Whitely. Golfers Margary
Allison, Virginia Frey and Marjorie Kern have
stamped over the University course a few times, but
Doris Ann Hendricks and Mary Lehndorf have
confined their activities to some discreet puttingE
sessions in the safety of the putting green down at
Palmer Field. Crop and Saddle try-outs yesterday were attended by Agnes
Crow and Nancy Chapman among hordes of others.
Hockey Referees Need Help.
A strange sight, reports our hockey-going spy, is June Richter and
Miriam Hazeltine as they valiantly bellow and wave in attempts to referee
the hockey games at Palmer Field. Don't want a rule book, do you kids?
A certain "Doc" Smith is living at one of the dormitories, according to


a rattle-brained but reliable source of information. How-
ever, Doc's real name is Rosalie, and it all came about
because this Rosalie had brought aco mplete first-aid kit
'to school with her, see? Bandages, salve, iodine, adhesive
tape-all the rest of it. So when the girls in the dorm find "ir
this out, they write funny notes about all who have
because this Rosalie had brought a complete first-aid kit
tion hours from 5 to 6 p. m. daily. The birth of a nick-
An authentic case of a 13-spade bridge hand was re- -'.a
ported one night about a week ago. The girl holding the
hand was a prominent Daily member, and witnesses to the event wer
Irene Musgrove, Betty Whitely and Astrid Hegge.




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11 I


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