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October 15, 1938 - Image 5

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Meet On Oct. 25
At Union Pool
Comedy Events Planned;
Zones, Dorms, Houses
Swim For W.A.A. Points
The annual all-campus swimming
meet for women will be held at 7:30
p. M., Tuesday, Oct. 25,,in the Union
pool. The swimmers will represent
their various zones, dormitories, and
sororities. The program will include
25 yd. speed events in a side stroke,
breast stroke, front crawl and back
crawl strokes.
For the more advanced swimmers,
competitive events will be held in a 50
yd: breast stroke, back crawl and free
style. For those interested in diving,
a diving event has been included,
wherein women will be judged on
Then for the joy and fun of all, a
comedy roped relay has been planned,
which will be followed by a free-style
relay. Teams for these events will in-
clude 6 girls, who will represent their
zone, dormitory and sorority house.
No woman may sign up for more
than three events. Entry blanks will
be sent to the various houses and
dormitories by Harriet Sharkey, '40,
who is in charge of entries. Athletic
managers must hand in their entry
lists Friday, Oct. 21, at the Women's
Athletic Building. No woolen suits may
beworn in the pool.
The swimming meet is sponsored
by the Physical Education Depart-
ment for Women. Miss Marie Hart-
wig, Intramural Advisor, is cooperat-
ing with the department in the pre-
sentation of the meet.
All women on campus are urged
to participate in the meet. "It is a
very good chance for women to win
activity points for their zone or house,
as well as being great fun," said Clara
Lenfestey, manager of the Michigan
Woman's Swimming- Club. Martha
Cook dormitory won last year's meet
after some very exciting races.
Spanish Club Meets
For First Lecture
La Socidad Hispanica held its first
meeting of the year Thursday night.
Prof. Julio del Toro, of the Romance
Language department, spoke on
"Spanish Student Life in the Uni-
versity-of the Middle Ages."
Margaret Bryant, '40, was elected
treasurer to fill the vacancy left by
Felice Silva, '39. Plans for the year's
series of programs include movies of
Mexico, outside speakers, and a Span-
ish musical program, according to
Alfred Hower, '39, president.
Mr. Hower especially urges all stu-
dents who are interested in either the
cultural or political facets of Spain
to- come to the next meeting.
Game To Be Broadcast
At League Grill Room
Radios have been installed in the
Grill room of the League for the
broadcast of th Michigan-Minnesota
game today, and an all-campus gath-
ering is being planned by Betty
Spangler, '39, chairman of the affair.
Floor space for dancing from 2 p.
m. until 6 p,. m. has been provided.
The cheer leaders will lead the pep
session, Miss Spangler announced. It
is hoped that many Michigan sup-
porters will be there to give the team
some long distance encouragement.

241 Women Scream Team, Hamb
To~e Pledged Skyscrapers Appeal
B Sororities By ANN VICARY the passenger
By Ten hours in America and she flew word when he
over Niagara Falls, two weeks and she was "smoozie."
Continued from Page 1) won 5 cents on her first football game. Now she's at
--- --- four weeks and she makes a momen- it. First night
Cleary, '40; Joanna Dailey, '42; Mary tous decision-five out of five Michi- vaded by a grc
Haskell, '42; Astrid Hegge, '42; Lu- gan men aren't handsome! Her name her American
cille Miller, '42; Patricia O'Ferrall, ladies and gentlemen, is Dagmar Her biggest dis
'42; Virginia Patterson, '42; Veich Auerbach, '42, and she hails from is the Michig
Purdom, '42; Dorothy Davies, '42; Prague, Czechoslovakia. doesn't always
Sally Roe, '42; Sally Lehr, '41; Har- About two years ago Miss Auer- cut, wear sad
riet Heames, '42; Peggy Whitker, '42; bach decided that she would like to sox. Speaking
Mariam Smith, '42; Janet Martin, come to America to school. Her deci- sent ten pairs
'40; Betty Crockett, '42; Frapces sion seems to have been made because they can't get
Morley, '40; Jane Denell, '41 and she found the Americans in Europe States (
Nancy Gould, '42. so "cute"-<it's a new word she's Hamburgers.
Delta Delta Delta: Mary Beatty, learned.) Last March, without her the scream te
.J4parents knowing anything about it, you) she thin
'42; Martha Jane Byrnes, 40; Caro- she wrote for information to three her pet peeve i
line Denfield, '42; Barbara Greve, '42; American universities -Minnesota, the poli-tik-al
Mary Edna Hedges; '41; Barbara Wisconsin and Michigan. She chose vakia. Not be:
Kellogg, '42; Agnes Landers, '41; Michigan because she received the temptation, we
Kristin Lee, '42; Betsy Lightner, '41; nicest letter in return. Czechs though
Sonia Poloway, '42; Betty Reutter, Trip A "Smoozie"
'41; Jean Salitt, '42; Rosalie Smith, Te Ti "mo""1n their opi
Theday that Austria was annexed stated. "For th
'42. by Germany, a long-distance call from of the crisis, I
Delta Gamma: Virginia Alfvin, '42; her father informed her that she had mobilized and
Jane Baites, '42; Jean Benham, '42; his permission to leave. From that fear of provol
Jane Connell, '42; Betty Jane Craw- time until the first of September she to be ordered
ford, '42; Margaret Gezon, '40; Mar- was busy making final plans, buying Czech people
Jeane Neyn, '42; Peggy Pritchard, clothes, and taking care of all the admirably in
'42; Martha Scott, '42; Jane Terry, other details connected with leaving, they were at fig
'42; Alice Thomas, '42; Dorothy A trip by air from Czechoslovakia er writes me
Tydeman, '42; Helen Van Dyke, '42; to Holland, (to avoid going through crying in the s
Chloe Ann VanSchoick, '42; Mar- Germany), and from Holland to Lon- "Three week
garet Wright, '42. don, then from London to New York were ready a
Kappa Alpha Theta: Lois Basse, on the Queen Mary. Miss Auerbach knowing that
'42; Dorothy Bridgen, '42; Jean was seasick all the way, and airsick lose, but that
Campbell, '42; Barbara Clarke, '42; when she flew from New York to De- than by surrer
Doris Cullings, '41; Betty Ferriss, '42; troit, in spite of the fact that one of surrender force


Alice Louise Hass, '42; Marjorie Pat-
terson, '41; Charlene Pike, '42; Bar-
bara Simonds; '42; Margot Thom, '42;
Virginia Ward, '42; Phyllis Wtters,
'42; Mary Louise Finney, '42; Mar-
jorie Forrestal, '41.
Gamma Phi Beta: Sue Adams, '42;
Gladys Mary Bock, '42; Isabelle Bal-
for, '42; Catherine Crosby, '42; Paul-
ine Fogen, '40; Mary Gage, '42;
Elizabeth Gould, '42; Rachel Gustaf-
son, '42; Carolyn Holt, '42; Margaret
Hulbert, '42; Louise Keatly, '42; Jean
Manwaring, '42; Mary Neafie, '42;
Martha Poe, '42; Virginia Schwegler,
'41. .
Kappa Delta: Tony Aalbersberg,
'40, Patricia Carpenter, '42, Kathryn
Gladding, '42, Jean Henry, '42; Eve-
lyn Hentley, '42, Marjory McCoy, '42,
Margaret Meyer, '42, Jeanne Faake-
straw, '42; Florence Young, '42.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Dorothy
Aikens, '42, Barbara Brehm, '41; Jean)
Bullion, '42; Louise Carpenter, '42;
Margaret Dodge, '42; Helen Haye, '40;
Betty Hine, '42; Jean McKay, '40;
Marie Moon, '41; Joan Munn, '42;
Marilyn Norris, 41; Betty Sage, '42;
Ruth Mary Smith, '42; Rachel Stev-)
ens, '42; Maxine Williamson, '42;
Ann Winters, '42.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Jane Baumann,
'42; Reva Frumkin, '42; Harriet Mar-
cus, '42; Gloria Schlager, '42; Bettie
Schulman, '42; Elsie Smith, '42;
Katherine Ziff, '40.
Pi Beta Phi: Virginia Appleton, '42;)
Elizabeth Asselin, '40; Helen Barnett,
"41; Jean Belknap, '41; Janice Bush-
man, '42; Nancy Chapman, '42; Elsie
Courtney, '42; Agnes Crowe, '42; Bar-
bara Dettman, '41; Barbara Foote,
'42; Peggy Gabriel, '42; Margaret
Gardner, '42; Mary Jordan, '40;
Nancy Ketcham, '42; Ruth Liebold,
'42; Peggy Meagher, '42; Martha Mc-
Crory, '41; Betty Pusch, '41; Clair
Reed-Hill, '42; Betty Shipman, '42;
Bette Smith, '41; Helen Van Winkle,
Zeta Tau Alpha: Dorothy Neverle,
'40; Elaine Taylor, '42; Mary Jane
Ulrey, '41; Louise Zimmerman, '42;
Beatrice Dobson, '41; Helen Westie,
40; Barbara Scutt, '41; Frances Cor-
bison, '42.


Pledg'e Parties
Radio Dances Add Variety,
Jordan Gives Tea Dance
Despite the fact that the campus
gave vent to its football spirit on)
Thursday with a big send-;,ff for the
team, it still continues to be gay over
the weekend. Chapter house pledges
take the spotlight with parties that
are being given in their honor.
Other events will include a luncheon
being given by Alumnae Hall and
Allen-Rumsey's second annual Aut-
umnal Dance.
The Alumnae Hall luncheon is be-
ing given in honor of the members
of its board of governors at 12:30
p.m. today, following the board meet-
ing which is being held at 11 a. m. in
the League.
Bill McKay and his Orchestra will
play for the Allen-Rumsey informal
dance, which will be held from 9 p. m.
to midnight today. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Peake, Miss Bertha Welker
and Mr. Hayes Meyers will chaperon.
After the Gamma Phi Beta pledging
ceremonies today, the new pledges will
be honored at a tea from 4 to 6 p. m.
Hermitage fraternity will have a radio
dance from 9 p. m. to midnight in
honor of its pledges. Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Burch and Mr. and Mrs.,
Donald G. Davis of Detroit will chap-
A tea dance is being given by Jor-
dan Hall from 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. to-
day. Phi Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Theta
and Delta Sigma Pi fraternities have
been included on the list of guests.
The Michigan-Minnesota g a m e
broadcast will be a feature of the
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity house is
having a radio dance from 9 p. m. to
midnight today. Dr. ahd Mrs. John
Conn and Dr. and Mrs. Julian Tobias
will chaperon.



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