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March 21, 1940 - Image 7

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Annual Freshmen Project Mass Meeting To Be Held Ma

rrch 28


Chapter Houses Pledge, Initiate
Three chapter houses have an- er, '42; Arthur Darden, '43; Richard
nounced initiations and two have 1 g s, 1; Walter Harvey, '42 and

announced pledgings.
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Sigma Kappa initiated the fol-
lowing men: Robert Arthur, '42E;
Albert Grunewald, '43E; Donald
Whitney, '42E, and Russel Elmer, '42.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Shirley Kaplan. '43, of Detroit has
been pledged by Phi Sigma Sigma.
Psi Upsilon
The following men have been ini-
tiated by Psi Upsilon: Edward Zahn,
'43; Ralph Harbert, '43; Charles
Haughey, '43; Samuel Gorsline, '43;
David Asselin, '43; Elmore Staples,
'43; Paul Rodgers, '41; William Pfeil-s

Noel Pridgeon, '43.
Sigma,.Alpha E silon
Paul Darnton, '43, of Flint; Robert
Ehrlich, '43, of Maplewood, N.J. and
Karl Scharff, '43 of Bloomfield, N.J.,
have recently been pledged by Sigma
Alpha Epsilon.
Sigma Alpha Mu
The initiation of Harvey Schulan,
'43; John Moyer, '43; Bruce Kirshen-
baum, '43; Julian Prgulman, '42;
Yale Coggan, '42; and Ralph Ditthick,.
'42, has been announced by Sigma
Alpha Mu.
New initiations and pledgings for,
other houses have not been an-
nounced as yet.


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Ten Committees
Will Be Opened
To Participants
Chairman To Announce
Central Theme Plans;
Date To Be Revealed
First fling at League activities
will be offered freshman women at
the annual "Freshman Project" mass
meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, March
28 in the ballroom of the League.
Date and theme of the first affair
sponsored by the women of '43 will
be announced at the meeting by
Grace Proctor, general chairman. All
those attending will then be asked
to sign up on the committees in
which they are most interested.
Those women who petitioned for
positions on central committee are
automatically included in the list of
that committee for which they peti-
Ten Committees To Be Active
Groups which may be joined and
their chairmen are: decorations,
Betty Jane Barnett, costumes, Bar-
bara Clarke; dance, Barbara Alcorn;
finance, Barbara Amsbary; music,
Jane Honey; programs, Marcia Du-
brucq; publicity, patrons, Jane Hon-
ey, Jane Graham; tickets, Esther
Stevens, and recording, Jean Jeffrey.
Compulsory meetings at Jordan,
Hall and at freshman league houses
will be held tonight to explain the
nature of the project and the com-
mittees which will handle its ar-
Orientation Group To Attend
Orientation advisers will be re-
quested to arrange for the attendance
of their groups at the mass meeting.
Eligibility cards must be brought by
those girls who wish to sign up for
a specific committee. These can still
be obtained by freshmen at Room 4,
University Hall.
Last year's project took the form
of an informal dance, the "Puddle
Jump," with Betty Fariss, '42, gen-
eral chairman. The affair included
a floor show and decorations which
carried out the April showers theme.
Make-Up Will Be
Topic Of Lecture
Today At League
To answer the constant demands
of college women, the Social Commit-
tee of the League has arranged to
have Mrs. Theodore Whitney give a
lecture at 4 p.m. today in the League
on the fundamentals of correct make-
Especially prepared charts illustrat-
ing the major types of faces will be
shown during the lecture in which
Mrs. Whitney will demonstrate the
method in which these should be made
up with rouge and shadow. She feels
that special attention ought to be
paid to molding the bone and muscle
contours of the face to bring out
highlights and detract attention from
less perfect facial features.
Componant parts of the face will
be discussed, as the lecturer feels that
faces, which seldom are of a single
type, should be individually stucied
to make the most of their possibilities.
Following the talk, Mrs. Whitney will
answer personal questions concerning
problems of make-up,

Something casual and classic is
the best answer to what should be
worn on- the spring days that are
seo- to-come. This flannel tomboy
blouse and skirt, with only a row
of buttons and a Peter Pan collar
to accentuate its trimness, will al-
ways be a leader in the style pa-
rade. In spite of thehsurge of long
sleeved blouses, it's short ones that
wills probaly be a boon on warmer

Petitioning for the eight executive 't te aii terial are made
positions on the Women's Athletic coats, jackets, skirts, hats, and bags,.
Association Board will come to a each of which can be purchased sep-
arately. By sticking to one line of
close this afternoon. Interviewing tailored garments the feminine shop-
will be held tomorrow and Saturday per can now unify her spring ward-
at the Women's Athletic Building, robe so that the problem of clashing
Positions which are open for peti- hats and odd bags will not present
tioning are president, vice-president, itself.
secretary, treasurer, intramural man-
ager, American Federation of College
Women Representative, awards man-
ager and publicity manager. Have You-Vi
Managers of the 14 sports clubs
included in the extra-curricula ac-
tivities of the Women's Athletic As-
sociation are also members of the
board. These positions are filled, Everything in
however, by election in the individual
clubs. e!"Exclusive but
Any person scholastically eligible,
may petition for a position on the On 3 Shoppin
board. However, only those who have 11O' South University Ave.
served on or more terms on the board
and are at present second semester
juniors are eligible for the nresidency.

Flannels Set Style Note

WAA Petitions
Interviewing To Be Held
Tomorrow, Saturday

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Harmonizing Outfits
Available For Sports
End of the searching for plaids
that match and solid colors that
blend is announced by several lines
of harmonizing sports outfits.

Margaret Alice Neafie
Announces Engigenaient
The engagement cof AMargaret Alice
Neafie. '40, to Chester Price Sheliey,
'39BAd.. of Detroit. has been an-
nounced by the former's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Neafie of Pon-
Mkss Neafie, a member of Gamma
Phi Beta, is treasurer of the grad-
uating class of the College of Liter-
ature, Science and the Arts.
Mr. Shelley is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur V. Shelley of Jackson
and is affiliated with Lambda Chi
Alpha fraternity.

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