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11, 1938


Committee Member Lists Junior Girl's Play


To Hold Third
Ruthven Tea
Social Committee To Be
Assistants Wednesday

By Dance Club
To Be At AA

The Dance Club will present its an-
Third Ruthven Tea of the semes- nual Christmas Dance Program at
ter will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.4 pdi l
er~~~~ ;i.. . '415 p.m. Wednesday in the lounge
Wednesday at the home of the Presi- of the Women's Athletic Building-.
dent, it was announced yesterday by The program will include Gigue in
Mary Minor, '40, chairman of the af- Counterpoint by Corelli, A Christmas
fair. Carol, Dance Suite by Bartok. Three
Faculty members and their wives Dances of Judith by Lloyd-William-
aally ted eson, A Waltz by Strauss, several tra-
who have been specialy invit are ditional English Country Dances, and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Dorr, Mr. and a Children's Suite by Tansman.
Mrs. Preston E. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. The dancers taking part in the pro-
Leonard Watkirs and Mr. and Mrs. gram include Jean Ballard, '40 Ed,
Howard Y. McClusky. Elaine Bergers, '40Ed, Joan Beving-
The'following groups of students ton, '40Ed, Jeanne Burt, '40Ed, Flor-:
ence Corkum, '41Ed, Neva Dilley,
have also been extended special invi- '41Ed, Helen Ellis, Grad, Betty French
tations, Miss Minor said. Alpha Xi '40Ed, and Sarah Graf, Grad.
Delta, Zone VI, Delta Delta Delta, Barbara Guest, '40Ed, Virginia
Kappa Delta, Delta Upsilon, Beta Hoelzle, '40Ed, Beverly Jenness, '40,
Theta Pi, Psi Upsilon and Phi Kappa Calla Laboritz, '39Ed, Clara Lenfesty,
Tau. '41Ed, Beatrice Lovejoy, '39Ed, Jane
Members of the social committee of Murray, Grad. June Roberts, '41Ed,
the League under the direction of Betty Varnell '41Ed, Betty Lou Wit-
Miss Minor will again assist at the ters, '41Fd, and Rosebud Wolfson,
tea. The names of the women who '39, will also take part.
are asked to help will be announced Beth O'Roke, '40A, is president of
later. the dance club, Miss Hoelzle is in
Goodfellows--Monday-- charge of invitations, Miss Jenness is
chairman of the decorations commit-
Group To Give Breakfast tee, Miss Burt heads the publicity
committee and Virginia Allen, '39, is
Zeta Phi Eta, honorary speech in charge of refreshments. The ush-
sorority, is holding a Christmas ers for this recital will be the board
breakfast at 10 a.m. today in the members of the Women's Athletic
Russian Tearoom of the League in Association, and music will be furn-
honor of their pledges and initiates. ished by, Ward Allen, '39L, Lucille
Mrs. Marcelline Hemingway Sand- Price, '39, and the Seventh Grade
ford, Regional director of the soror- Choir of the University Elementary
ity, will be a special guest. School.

Positions Still AvI
Committee Wil
Committeemen Requested
To Watch For Notices
Of Meeting In Daily
The list of committee members for
Junior Girls Play was released yes-
terday by Katherine Macivor, '40,'
chairman of publicity. There will
be a meeting of the finance com-
mittee at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League. 1
Those women who wish to serve'
on committees and have not yet:
signed up may do so by calling the
chairman of the committee they want1
to work on or by leaving a note for.
her on the bulletin board in thet
undergraduate office.
Meeting of the publicity, dance,
music and ticket committees will be
called shortly after Christmas, Miss
MacIvor said, and all committeemen
are requested to watch the Daily for
notices of meetings. Eligibility cards
must be taken to the first meeting of
each committee.
Music Committee Members
Members of the music committee
are: Betty Stadelman, chairman;
Phyllis Cannon, Margaret Carr, Ruth
Chatard, Jeanne Clemmons, Barbara
Guest, Elizabeth Harwood, Vievia
Hoelscher, Jane Jewitt, Susan Kerr,
Elizabeth Kimball, Helen Marsh,
Sally Mustard, Louisa Penny, Myrtle
Prussin, Carolyn Rayburn, Helen*
Ralston, Betty Roberts. Angeline
Roknick, Jane Sanger, Ruth
Schwartz, Barbara Telling, Helen
Weissman, Barbara Zapp.
Finance Committee: Jean Tibbits,
chairman; Mary Jane LeGros, assis-
tant chairman, Fifi Angleson, Betty
Baldwin, Lois Baxter, Jean Belknapp,
Martha Bill, Jane Bisbic, Earle
Dodge, Jane Elspass, Roslyn Feld-
man, Marion Fleming, Dorothy Glass,
Cletus Hall, Frances Henderson, Bar-
bara Johnson, Patricia Mathews,
Clarissa Meloy, Roberta Meyer, Mar-'
garet Neafie, Lynda Nickl, Betty
Rouse, Bettie Schuele, Esther Shafer,
Zenovia Skoratko, Barbara Taft,
Harriet Thom, Carolyn Williams,
Katherine Williams.
To Head Programs
Program Committee: Mary Minor,!
chairman; Elizabeth Allington, Joan
Anderson, Maxine Baribeau, Barbara
Bassett, Barbara Benedict, Betty
Boothby, Dorothy Boyer, Ruth Cal-
kins, Ann Kleiner, Elizabeth Ann
Emswiler, Margaret Ford, Jane Hart,
Mary Honecker, Ruth Jacobson,
Marilyn Jennings. Mary Jordan,
Ruth Jordan, Nan Kirby, Ann Klein-,
er, Mary Lois Longan, Phyllis Mc-,
Geachy, Nina McLellan, Mary Me-
loche, Beth O'Roke, Ellen Redner,
Doris Scott, Marijean Wagner, Bar-
bara Brehm, Florence Brotherton.
Properties Committee: Harriet
Sharkey, chairman; Alberta Wood,
assistant, Tony Aalbersberg, Francis

ailabie; Finance Graduate Council
1 Meet TuesdayI Tea-Dance Series
To Begin Tuesday
Anderson, Anabel Avery, Betty Brick-
er. Martha Cook, Doris Cranmore. I The first of a series of tea-dances
Ann Gay, Hazel Halpin, Frances o be sponsored by the Graduate
Hubbs, Doris Marschner, Mary Fran- :ouncil will be held from 4 p.m. tillj
ces Reek, Charlotte Schreiber, Sue 5 p.m. Tuesday in the assembly hall
Stevenson, Judy Strausbaugh, Eliza- and conference rooms of the Rack-
beth Titus, Hilda Van Tuyl, Laya ham Building, it was announced by
Wainger. William Sullivan, executive secretary.
Publicity Committee: Katherine Dance music will be furnished by;
MacIvor, chairman; Claire Ford, as- the automatic phonograph which has
sistant, Daily; Jane Mowers, assis- een installed in the auditorium pro-
tant, advertising; Frances McLaugh- lection booth. Refreshments will be
lin, assistant, window display; Lil-
served in the west conference room.
lian Zimmerman, assistant, posters; and games including bridge and
Madalyn Cadagan, Martha Dailey, checkers will be played in the east
Gwendolyn Dunlop, Rhea Jane Eas- conference room.
ton, Marion Ferguson, Shirley Fish- The program will be supervised by
man. Jeanne Grant, Anne Hawley' Mr Kenneth L. Graf, chairman of
Colista Jayne, Anne Kingston, Lu-
the social committee. appointed last
cille Kauer, Ruth Taing, Anne Vicary, the gee, meeing. As-
NormaVintMonday at the general meeting. As-
Norma Vint. sisting him will be Miss Katherine
To Arrange Dances Kerr, Mr. Sidney Safir, and Mr. Fred-
Dance Committee: Maxine Nelson, erick Matson.
chairman; Ella Stowe, assistant; Be a Goodfellow
Elizabeth Assilin, Helen Brady, Sally
Connery, Doris Harvey, Ellen Mac- T
Donald, Marian MacGregor, Mar- M oVi Lectlre
garet McBeth; Jeanne Morgan, Betty
Lou Robinson.
Make-up Committee: Jean Van
Raalte, chairman; June Madison, as-
sistant; Betty Billingham, Roberta
Gnerich, Helen Hay, Alice Hopkins, Goodfellow Daily To Be
Janet Martin, Donna Miles, Kather- On Sale All Tomorrow
ine Ployd, Mary May Scoville.
Costume Committee: Jane Nuss- During the last week before Christ-
baum, chairman; Frances Kahrs, mas vacation, campus doings have
Miriam Szold, Cecily Forrest, assis- given way to bluebooks and holiday
tant chairmen; Jane Anderson, Eliza- spirit. The Goodfellow edition of the
bet hArmstrong. Betty Bibber, Fran- Daily, the pre-holiday parties given
ces Carlisle, Mabel Douglas, Virginia by most houses on campus, and Art
Durand, Jean McCormick, Bettie Cinema League movie lead the week's
Nichols, Rosemarie Raymond, Eliza- activities.
beth Sutton. Most organizations on campus are
Ushers Committee: Enora Ferriss, supporting the Goodfellow campaign.
chairman; Margaret Abendroth, Mi- The proceeds from the sale of the
riam Bick, Mary Leigh Burleson, Bar- Monday paper go to aid the needy
bara Carle, Dorothy Jane Caughey, in Ann Arbor the whole year.
Margaret Cleary, Lucille Delong, Jane "Anna Christie," with Greta Gar-
Dunbar, Mary Hedges, Shirley Phil- bo will be the third presentation of
lips, Dee Skinnr, Betty Slee, Marjorie the Art Cinema League. Perform-
Lee Stock, Hortense Tiger, Madelaine ances will be given at 3:15 and 8:15
Westendorf. p.m. today in the Lydia Mendels-
Tickets Committee: Zelda Davis, sohn Theatre.
chairman, Ellen Krieghoff, assistant, A. K. Stevens will discuss "Cooper-
Esther Baker, Bobby Berg, Daisy Bi- atives" at the Freshman Round
hary, Betty Brooks, Connie Bryant, Table at 4 p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Janet Clark, Ruth Colver, Ruth Dill-I Be a Goodfellow
man, Judy Frank, Agatha Glick,
Elizabeth Gross, Elaine Jacobs, Mary Union To Have Regiseer
Jane Kronner, Roberta Leete, Har-
rit Levy, Sally Manthei, Sally M r- Of Students Here Holiday
ris, Dorothy Neberle, Dorothy Nich-
ols, Dorothy Primeau, Jean Rich, In response to requests that a
Mary Ellen Spurgeon, Margaret Wi- rcgistei' of students remaining in Ann
irgillniapurVint. raet i-Arbor during the Christmas holidays.
son, Virginia Vint. be established, the Union has made
- Be a Goodfellow --arrangements for such a register, it
Dance Is Held By A.S.U. was announced yesterday by Don
Nixon, '40, Union publicity chairman.
An informal social was held at It will be necessary for those wish-
8:30 p.m. yesterday at Uniity Hall. ing to appear in the register to sign
The purpose of the dance was to ob- in the Union, Nixon said. He urged
tain new members for the American that students planning to remain in
Student Union. Ann Arbor sign the register as quickly
-as possible.
Be a Goodfellow

'4iMed. Mr. Wixom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wixom also of
Wellsville, N.Y.
Football Pictures Today
Football pictures of the Michigan
State, Minnesota and Ohio games
will be shown by line coach Clarence
Munn at 7 pm. today on the third
floor of the Union.


Of course there will be a
flockz of thrilling holiday
en Poihemus
has some cjust-right' hats
for every occasion
- fron $3.95
(Have you seen
the Larkwood Hosiery?)
613 E. William - 4 doors off State




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Three Given Scholarships
Three students have been awarded
Phillips scholarships of $50 each as
a recognition of proficiency in classi-
cal languages. The recipients are
Rosemary E. Lehman, '41; Leonard
E. Perry, '42; and Albert G. Webber,


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