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EIGHT-SECTION THEE

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New Students
Are Welcomed
By Committee
Transfer Schedule Opens
Today While Freshman
Week Activity Continues
Schedule Released
(Continued from Page 1)
and Mrs. Ruthven for the freshmen;
several dances and lectures will also
be given.
Transfer Schedule
Today: First meetings of students
and advisers.
Tomorrow: At a reception for all
transfer students at 8 p.m. in the
Michigan League, Dean Lloyd will
make their acquaintance, and there
will be entertainment afterwards in
the ballroom.
Thursday: At 7:30 p.m., there will
beha program in the Lydia Mendes-
sohn Theatre at the League, where
the League Council will be intro-
duced and skits explaining activities.
will be presented.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
receive at student teas the following
week, and there will also be tea
dances, to help the transfer students
to further their acquaintances on
the campus.
Freshman Advisers
Advisers under the chairmanship
of Miss Stout, assisted by Margaret
Cornelius, '41, Ann Wills, '41, Vir-
ginia Appleton, '42, and Margaret
Sanford,' '42, will be Ann Vedder,
'41; Betty Hall, '41; Mary Trelfa, '42;
Betty Whitely, '42; Betty Altman,
'42; Lila Foster, '41; Betty Ann
Chaufty, '41SM; Lonna Parker, '41;
Mildred Curtis, '42; Betty Jane Bar-
nett, '43; Betty Zunk, '42; Ann Crow-
ley. '41, and Sue Bentley, '42.
Continuing the list are Alice
France, '41; Virginia Brererton, '41;
Norma Ginsburg, '41; Elizabeth
Clark, '41; Janet Brace, '42; Agnes
Crow, '42; Ora Groft, '41; Margaret
Dodge, '42; Frances Herdrick, '41;
Eleanor Donahue, '42; Jean Hub-
bard, '42; Barbara Fisher, '41; Lee
Keller, '41; Ruth Fitzpatrick, '41;
Sarafae Lazarus, '41; Mary DeMong,
'42; Clara Louise Fulde, '41; Jean
Maxted, '41; Mary Gage, '42, and
Mary V. Mitchell, '42.
Concluding the list are Margaret
Ida Gardner, '42; Marjorie Polum-
baum, '42; Alice Haas, '42; Gertrude
Frey, '41; Margaret Hubbard, '41;
Mildred Radford, '42; Louise Keatley,
'42; Mary Martha Taylor, '42; Pa-
tricia MacFarland, '42; Grace Mil-
ler, '42; Virginia Van Wagoner, '41;
Betty Krall, '43; Jean Noyes, '42;
Ruth Kreinson, '41; Dorothy Samp-
son, '41, Elaine Wood, '41, Margot
Thom, '42; Dottie Brooks, '42; Nancy
Gould, '42, and Donelda Schaible, '42.
Transfer Student Advisers
Virginia Schwegler, '41, will act
as chairman of a specially selected
group of upperclassmen who will
serve as counselors and guides for
transfer students. Miss Schwegler
will be assisted by June de Cordova,
'41, Dorothea Ortmayer, '41, and
Mary Jean O'Donnell, '41.
Chosen as contact advisers to the
transfer students are Mary Ann An-
dresen, '41; Elizabeth Moe, '41; Mar-
garet Cobb, '41; Helen Boutell, '4Ed;
Nancy Drew, '42; Sally Ann Chapin,
'42; Betty Johnson, '43; Jean Tenof-
sky, '41; Betty Schumann, '42; Betty
Sikkenga, '41; Audrey Sorenson, '42;
Helen Bittker, '42; Mary Hayden,

'42; Mary Hayes, '42Ed; Mildred
Ward, * '41; Georgiene Eberly, '42;
Jocelyn Ironside, '42; Frances Aar-
onson, '42; Florence Gates, '42, and
Jane O'Brien, '41Ed.
WAA To Give
Sports Show
Organization To Sponsor
Annual Style Show
(Continued from Page 1)
will appear in an old fashioned swim
suit, Margo Thom, '42, will bring
the subject more up-to-date.
Betty Hoag, '41, will wear the tap
dancing costume; Jean Baker, '41,
and Maxine Pryer, '43, will display
tennis outfits.
Deviating from the sports sche-
dule, Ruth Enss, '41SM, and Jeanne
Grant, '41, will model clothes for
the numerous wet days in Ann Ar-
bor. Classroom clothes will be ex-
hibited by Grace Helen Barton, '41A,
and Mary Kasper, '41.
Exhibition To Follow
The green lawn of Palmer Field
will be the location of the sports ex-
hibition which will follow the style
show. Arranged and directed by stu-
dent managers of the Women's Ath-
letic Association, with Neva Seeley,
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