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October 25, 1939 - Image 5

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Annabel Van

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Winkle To Be Panhellenic Banquet Chai

Committeemen

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Afternoon Sports Attire

Are Announced
By Association
Florence Siniago, Frances
Aaronson, Agnes Crow,
June Bock Are Named
Annabel Van Winkle, '41, was elect-
ed chairman of Panhellenic Banquet,
which will be held Nov. 13, at a meet-
ing of Panhellenic Association held
yesterday in the League.
Other members of the committee
in charge of the Banquet include:
Frances Aaronson, '42, ticket; Kath-
ryn Gladding, '42, menu; Agnes Crow,
'42, programs, Florence Siniago, '41,
assistant for' programs, Gwendolyn
Dunn, '42, music; June Bock, '40A,
decorations; and Jane Wilson, '41,
seating arrangements.
Interviewing for the positions kas
held last week by the executive coun-
eil of Panhellenic Association. The
committee as selected by them was
unanimously elected.
Very Aetive On Campus
Miss Van Winkle, a member of
Pi Beta .Phi, is assistant general
chairman of Junior Girls Play. She
has been a member of Panhellenic
Association for two years and worked
on both Freshman Project and Soph-
omore Cabaret. She is now a member
of the social and Theatre Arts Com-
mittees of the League, and was in
charge of a scholarship luncheon giv(
en by Panhellenic Association last
year.
A member of Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Miss Aaronson was dance chairman
of Freshman Project last year. She
is a member of the Theatre Arts
commitee and assistant dance chair-y
man of the Ballroom committee.
In Charge Of The Menu
Miss Gladding, a member of Kappa
Delta, will assist Miss Bock with the
decorations in addition to being in
charge of the menu. She worked
on Freshman Project and is a mem-

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Gay plaid skirts and plain jackets
can be the most practical ensemble
in the world, equally suitable for
campus or an informal date. Pleats
by the dozens give the skirt a swing
that is graceful, and we still haven't
noticed that skirts are getting any
nearer the ground.

Lecture Today
Will Be Given
By Lois Jotter
Last Talk Of Orientation
Series For Freshmen
To Be Held In League
Lois Jotter, of the botany depart-
partment, will give the third and last
talk in the freshman lecture series at
5 p.m. today in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre in the League.
The series is an extension of the
orientation program which was be-
gun the. week before the semester
started, and is under the direction of
Patricia Matthews, '40, chairman of
orientation.
To Speak On Scientific Expditnm
Miss Jotter will speak on her ex-
perience in the Colorado River region
when she accompanied Dr. Eizada
Glover, also of the botany depart-
ment, on a scientific expendition last
year.
Much anxiety was. caused as to the
safety of the party when no word was
heard from its members for a long
period of time, and Miss Jotter's talk
should prove very interesting, ex-
plaining how shooting rapids and low
rations of food were not enough to
daunt the group.
Attendance Is Compulsory
Advisers are asked to have their
groups seated in the theatre by 4:50
p.m.. in order that the lecture may
begin promptly. Attendance is com-
pulsory for all freshmen women, and
absences will be reported by the ad-
visers and recorded on the individual
cards of the merit system commit-
tee in the Undergraduate Office.
Two other lectures have been given
this fall by 'Mariana Chockley, De-
troit policewoman, and Dean Alice
Lloyd. Miss Chockley spoke on
"Vocational Guidance," and Miss
Lloyd's topic was "College Conduct."
Chapter l use
Notes
The past week has been especially
busy for campus fraternities and so-
rorities, with pledgings . and initia-
tions taking the lime-light.
Nu Sigma Nu
Sixteen new pledges have been
added to the Nu Sigma Nu list. They
are: Gould A. Andrews Jr., '43M,
Grand Rapids; H. Waldo Bird, Jr.,
'43M, Bloomfield Hills; Ralph F.
Bittinger, Jr., '43M, Detroit; William
T. Couter, '43M, Midland; Louis A.
Craig, '43M, Fort Sill, Okla.; Armin
A. Darnstaetter, '43M, Detroit; Ar-
thur W. Ide, Jr., '43M, St. Paul,
Minn.; James A. Johnson, '43M, Em-
pire, Mich.; Curtis L. Jones, '43M,
Boise, Ida.; Lawrence P. Martin, '43M,
D.etroit; Robert D. Mercer, '43M,
Dearborn; E. V. Moore, Jr., '43M,
Ann . Arbor; John F. Watters, '43M,
Battle Creek; Edward E. Wayson,
'43M, Alexandria, Va; Keith E.
Weller, '43M, Rockford; and William
L. Smith, '42M, Cambridge, Mass.
Phi Beta Delta
Phi Beta Delta announces the
pledging of Gerald Lerman, '42, Carol,
Mich.
*?hi Siga Kappa.
Phi Sigma Kappa has -announced
the pledging of Donald Whitney, '42E,
Trenton, N.J.
Alpha Chi Omega
Initiations of the past week include
that of Alpha Chi Omega, which in-
itiated Jean Johnson, '42, Iron Moun-
tain, Mich.; Harriet Johnson, '4Ed,
Wahpeton, N.D.; and Claire Knight,]

'42, Detroit.
Sigma Nu
The following men have been in-
itiated by Sigma Nu: Jerome J. Cow-
en, '41, Kingston, Pa.; Kenneth V.
Eckhardt, '41; Fort Wayne, Ind.; A.
Lawton Hammett, '42E, West Engle-

League Plans
New System
Of Hostesses
Two women representing each sor-
ority will act as hostesses at the
"delegate night" which the League
will give from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day night in the main ballroom.
Edwafd Burrows, Yale. graduate
and radio announcer, will again be
master of ceremonies, Betty Fariss,
'42, in charge of this week's stag
night, announced yesterday. He will
also keep the dancers in order so
that they will not crowd toward the
middle of the floor.
Hostesses To Wear Bigger Bows
All hostesses will wear even bigger
white bows in their hair than they
did last week to distinguish them
more ,easily from the women who
attend the dance with dates. Stags
will be permitted to cut only those
girls with bows in their hair.
Chinese checkers, ping-pong, bridge,
checkers and other games will be
played in the concourse of the
League. Two women will be at the
head of the stairs to take charge of
introductions.
Among those women selected to
represent their sororities are: Claire
Reed-Hill, '42 and Barbara Foote '42,
Pi Beta Phi; Anne Faden, '42, and
Charlotte Noble, '43, Alpha Phi; Vir-
ginia Morse, '43, and Marion Geards,
'42, Kappa Alpha Theta; Carolyn
Denfield, '42, and Phyllis Lovejoy,
'42, Delta Delta Delta; Martha Poe,
'42, and Helen Rhodes, Gamma Phi
Beta.
Sororities To Have Representatives
Betty Hamburger and Frances
Aaronson, '42, Alpha Epsilon Phi;
Blanche Anderson, and Lelia Nichol,
Alpha Omicrom Pi; Nancy Kirby and
Patricia Moreland, Zeta Tau Alpha;
Jean Thompson and June Cleary,
Alpha Xi Delta; Clare Knight, '42,
and Mary Knodloch, Alpha Omega
are others who will be there.
Women who are to be hostesses
are asked to meet at 9 p.m. upstairs
in the League, Betty Whitely, '42,
publicity chairman, announced yes-
terday.
The committee in charge of the
dance is working under the direc-
tion of Beth O'Roke, '40, vice-presi-
dent of the League in charge of the
ballroom. Other members of the
commitee are Ruth Parson, '42, and
Helen Rhodes, '42, in charge of con-
tacting hostesses; Frances Aaronson,
'42, and Patricia Hadley, '42, games;
Elinor Sevison, '41, and Margaret
Dodge, '42, posters; Jane Baits, '42,
identification; and Charlene Pike in
charge of contacting houses.
Pickerill House Elects
Alice France President
Alice H. France, '41, was elected
president of the Katharine Pickerill
House, 328 E. Williams, at a recent
meeting.
Other officers are Ferne Fletcher,
treasurer, Ada Goldman, '40, pur-
chasing agent, Marion E. Hallas, '41,
steward, Maida Sharfman, secretary,
Joan Savage, '42, social chairman and
Mis France, accountant.
The girls' cooperative house, 1511
Washtenaw Ave. has been named the
Alice Palmer Cooperative House.
TO HOLD GOLF TOT RNAMENT
There will be a putting tourna-
ment instead of the regular Pitch
and Putt Club meeting at 4:30 p.m.
today at the Women's Athletic
Building. Everyone is to bring her
own clubs, and all are invited to
attend, regardless of membership.
wood, N.J.; and M. Hartwick, '42A,
Lansing.

Alpha Epsilon Phi
A Founders' Day dinner was given
last night by members of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi. Special guests included Mrs.
I. Leo Scharfman, Mrs. Philip Jay,
Mrs. Raphael Isaacs and Mrs. Harvey
Gas.

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