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September 19, 1939 - Image 27

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nhellenic Lists Rushing Regulations Two Mixers
continued from Pg 17) Are Scheduled
ority. (Fine C). Each sorority shall mailed invitation on the written form.
rters of an hour at each urn in a list of the girls they have There shall be no calling in person F FL
xarte o fs anthorat t e ach rpp vr mrnn bte adon any rushec. (Fine B). No rusheeF
ouse, and that they may go dropped every morning between 8 aid is to be called for or taken home by
the initial Open Houses for 10 a.ni. to the Panhellenic Booth, bE~ the sorority or anyone connected with (Continued from Page 17)

Many Sophomores And Junior Old Time
Scholarships To Be Renewed Freshmen

given by Dean Lloyd at.8 p.m. Thurs-
day in the League Ballroom.
Two mixers for freshmen men and
women have been planned for the
first week of school. The first will
be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday at
the League, and the second from 4 to
6 p.m. Friday at the Union.
Students To Assist
Student orientation advisers as-
sisting Miss Matthews are: Ellen
Redner. '40; Asst. Kay Gladding, '41;
Grace H. Barton, '41A; Asst. Mar-
garet Whittemore, '41A; E 11 e n
Kreighoff, '40; Asst. Rae Gustafson,
'42; Ann Wills, '41A; Asst, Ann Ved-
der, '41A; Mary K. Moir, '40D;
Asst. Lonna Parker, '41M; Margaret
Cornelius, '41; Asst. Margaret Hub-
bard, '41; Geraldine Braun, '41M;
Roberta Meyer, '40; Asst. Helen
Rhodes, '42; Mary K. Mootz, '41;
Asst. Mary Gage, '42, Annabelle Van
Winkle, '41; Asst. Mary V. Mitchell,
'42; Mary Helen Davis, '41; Asst.
Donelda Schaible, '42; Helen Bar-
nett, '41; Asst. Phyllis Tonkin, '42;
Ann Platt, '40; Asst. Alice Ward, '42;
Virginia Lee Hardy, '41; Asst. Betty
Whitley, '42.
The list continues with: Jane Pink-
erton; Barbara Fisher, '41; Asst. Ruth
Parsons, '42; Jean Tibbets, '40; Asst.
Dorothy Brooks, '42; Frances Hubbs,
'40; Asst. Adelaide Carter, '42; Char-
lotte Schreiber, '40; Asst. Martha
Peters, '41; Betsy Lightner, '41; Asst.
Jeanne Crump, '42; Dorothy Gilliam,
'41; Asst. Barbara Sufferin, '42; Betty
Stadelman, '40; Asst. Jane Sapp, '41;
Dorothy Sampson, '41; Asst. Rose-
mary Lehman, '41; Barbara Telling,
'40; Asst. Betty Meyer, '41; Eliza-
beth Clark, '41; Asst. Margaret Van
Ess, '41; Dorothea Ortmayer, '41;
Asst. Ethel Winnai, '41; Barbara
Grill, '41; Asst. Alice H. France, '41P.
More Advisers Named
Other advisers are: Elizabeth Kep-
pier, '41; Asst. Janet Sargent, '41;
Elizabeth Heggie, '41; Asst. Betty
Zunk, '42; Marjory Paterson, '41;
Asst. Mildred Radford, '42; Allison
Curtis, '41; Asst. Patricia MacFar-
land, '42; Mary Jordan, '40; Asst. Ora
Graft, '41; Clara Louise Fulde, '41;
Asst. Jean Reed, '42; Dorothy Cox,,
'40; Asst. Frances Allen, '41; Helen
Jimerson, '41; Asst. Charlene Pike,
'42; Marjorie Allison, '41; Asst. Mar-
got Thom, '42; Norma Vint, '40;1
Asst. Mary Mikulich, '41; Sally
Manthei, '40; Asst. Jean Noyes, '42;'
Frances Herdrick, '40; Asst. Betty
Betty Goud, '42; Carolyn Williams,
'40; Asst. Betty Hine; Barbara New-
ton; Asst. Virginia Appleton, '42. 3
Miss Matthews also named: Jane1

(Continued from Page 18)
Allen, Betty Altman, David Babitch.
Donna Baisch, Gerald Burns, Foster
Campbell, Frederick Cohrs, Jane'
Cottrell, Martha Cummins, Richarc
Cummins. June Densmore, Johr,
Dreher, Gordon Dumas, Frederick
Earle, Georgiene Eberly, Albert Eld-
red, Charles Fielder, Gordon Girod
Raymond Green, Phyllis Hamilton.
Sarah Hauke, Darwin Heine, Agnes
lHiggs, Betty-Rae Hileman, Donald
Holman and Elizabeth Howard.
More renewals in the sophomore
class are Claude Hulet, Harper Hull,
John Ivanoff, Hazel Johnson, Robert
Jones, Vivian Kahn, Thomas Kohler.
Jean Krise, Marion Lendred, Isabelle
Lugosi, Virl Marshall, Edward Maxi-
movich, Grace Miller, James Myers.
Chester Myslicki, Robert Ogden, Alex
Pentland, Robert Porter, Maxine
Pryer, Marilyn Rising, John Rooskus
Robert Sandberg, Selma Scheiber,
Albin Schinderle, Robert Shedd, Cor-
nelius Skutt, Wilma Spalding, May-
dra Spangler, Robert Speckhard, An-
thony Stampolis, Marion Stone, Vic-
tor Swanson, Wesley Swift, Susan
Udell, Arthur Wendt and Anthony
Juniors Are Honored
The juniors who maintained the
high standard expected of scholar-
ship holders are as follows: Jack
Bender, Seymour Bergsman, Con-
stantine Bozion, Kenneth Calder, Ed-
ward Crossley, Ruth Davis, Lee Elfes,


Helen Foster, Victoria Gellatly, Da-
vid Gibson, Frances Goldsmith, Mar-
garet Gose, Vincent Gottschalk, Cle-
lan Graham, Maya Gruhzit, Fred-
erick Heddle, Lewis Hetzler, Phyllis
Hoffmeyer and Stephen Karr.
Other juniors are: Edna Kearney,
Martin Kisel, Helen Lapitsky, Owen
Patrick Lillie, Frederick Linsell,
Douglas Lyttle, Jean Maxted, Carl
Mowers, '40; Asst. Margaret Garden-
er, '42; Betty Roberts; Asst. Frances
Aaronson, '42; Frances Nevin, '41;
Asst. Eleanor Donahue, '42; Betty
Hall, '41; Asst. Nancy Chapman, '42;
Margaret Cobb, '41; Asst. Elsie Clark,
'41; Betty Stout, '41; Asst. Phyllis
Lovejoy, '42; Betty Ployd, '40; Asst.
Barbara Dittmann, '41; June. Tolton,
'41; Asst. Isabel Balfour, '42; Carrie
Wismer, '41; Asst. Betty Fariss, '42;
Janet Clark, '40; Asst. Louise Keat-
ly, '42; Maya Gruhzit, '41; Asst. Grace
Miller, '42; Alberta Royal, '40; Asst.
Jean Rakestraw, '42; Virginia Van
Wagoner, '41; Asst. Agnes Crow, '42;
Margaret Hubbard, '41; Asst. Jane
Baits, '42; Elizabeth Luckham, '40;
Asst. Peggy Polunbaum, '42; Angeline
Rocknick, '40; Asst. Virginia Brere-
ton, '41.



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