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Nineteen Sororities


Pledge 265


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Rushing Period
Formally Eids
At Pledgings
Kappa Takes Class Of 26 .
Theta Is Second With 23;
Silence To End Tomorrow
(Continued from Page 1)
ler, '45, Detroit; Margaret Birkett, '45,
Oak Park, Ill.; Rita Jaski, '44, New-
port News, Va.; Muriel Keltner, '43,
South Bend; Ind.; M§rtle Patterson,
'43, Ann Arbor, and Lois Lamson, '44,
Alpha Phi: Dolores Anderson, '44,
Jamestown, N. Y.; Doreen Armstrong,
'45, Detroit; Betsy Brown, '45, Evan-
ston, Ill.; Jayne Bronson, '45, Bir-
mingham; Jean Christian, '45, Niles;
Mary Ann Crump, '45, Washington,
D.C.; Agnes Day, '45, Manila, P.I.;
Wilma Davidson, '45, Elizabeth, N.J.;
Mary Jane Dyble, '45, Huntington
Woods; Ann Hauser, '45, Detroit;
-Virginia Jackson, '43, Buffalo, N.Y.;
Patricia Kennedy, '45, Palo Alto, Cal.;
Sue Lovett, '45, Detroit; Barbara Ma-
son, '45, Westfield, N.J.; Nancy North-
rup, '45, Highland Park; Jo Ann Pe-
terson, '44, Ann Arbor; June Sanden-
burg, '45, Ann Arbor; June Skinner,
'43, Cranford, N. J.; Jean Stenhouse,
'45, River Forest, Ill.; Helen Catherine
Walsh, '43, Port Huron; Virginia War-
ren, '45, Youngstown, 0. and Jane
Woltzen, '45, Peoria, Ill.
Alpha Xi Delta: Virginia Dodd, '45,
Akron, O.; Barbara Furst, '45, Parkj
Ridge, Ill.; Betty Ganzhorn, '44, Ann
Arbor; Jeanne McCarthy, '45, Toledo,
0.; Martha Lou McCracken, '45, Ann
Arbor; Dorothy Packer, '45, Toledo,
0.; Marion Thompson, '45; Painted
Post,1 N.Y.; and Maxine Vogel, '44,
Ann Arbor.
Chi Omega: Nancy Bierworth, '44,
Fort Sheridan, Ill.; Britta Bonazzi,
'45, Akron, 0.; Mary Ann Buchanan,
'45, Detroit; Violette Cinq-mors, '45,
Sunny, Calif.; Dorothy Goetz, '45, De-
troit; Peggy Goodin, '45, Bluffton,
Ind.; Edith Jensen, '45, Ann Arbor;
Norma Kelly, '45, Hamburg; Joy Low,
'45, Hamburg; Maureen Munger, '45,
Hart; Dorothea McDaniel,'45, Hous-'
ton, Tex.; June McNutt, '45, Ann Ar-
bor; Marilyn Ruck, '45, Toledo; Har-
riet , Snaddon, '45, Detroit; Barbara
Strong, '45, Detroit, and Betty Jane
Swift, '45, Ann Arbor.
Collegiate Sorosis: Elizabeth
Adams, Grad., New York; Mary Blan-
chard, '45, Morenci; Marjery Burs-
ley, '43, Ann Arbor; Louise Forbush,
'45, Brocton, Mass.; Joan Frantz, '45,
Saginaw; Ann Grootendorst, '45, Ben-

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ton Harbor; Martha Keas, '44, De- Mary Ann Jones, '45, Highland Park,
troit; Hope Lawton, '45, Ridgewood, Ill.; Sue Kahn, '44, Detroit; Jane
N.J.; Joyce McCormick, '45, Detroit; Longstaff, '45, Grosse Pt.; Mary Eliz- fA AXW eekly
Evelyn Otis, '45, Ridgewood, N.J.; abeth Milne, '45, Standish; June Nie-
Betty Rinehart, '43, Detroit; Mar- boer, '45, Grand Rapids; Ruth Paley, V
garet Sadler, '45, Ann Arbor; Bar- '44, Grand Rapids; Mary Jane Ro- Volleyball tournament: At 4:30
bara Ann Schoepfle, '44, Ann Arbor; mine, '45, Ann Arbor; Jane Scher- p.m. tomorrow, Mosher vs. Betsy
Penelope Shaw, '43, Ann Arbor; Har- merhorn, '43, Evanston, Ill.; Sue Barbour; at 5:10 p.m. Chi Omega vs.
riet Skinner, '45, Ann Arbor; Mary Springer, '45, Ann Arbor; Connie Kappa Alpha Theta, and Delta Delta
Jane Trainer, '45, Detroit; Emilia Ann Sturges, '45, South Bend, Ind.; Mary Delta vs. Stockwell II.
Vennell, '45, Grand Rapids and Vedder, '45, Ann Arbor, and Sut At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday Alpha Ep-
Yvonne Wotherspoon, '45, Santiago, Wood, '43, Birmingham. Atl4:30 .m.iTesay.hAPha Ep-
Chile. Kappa Delta: Virginia Barber, '43, silon Phi vs. Pi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma
Delta Delta Delta: Barbara Berry, Detroit; Virginia Crall, '43, Jackson; Sigma vs. League I. At 5:10 p.m.
'43, Ann Arbor; Margaret Ann Brown; June Ely, '45, Detroit; Janet Gray,J
'45, Detroit; Kathryn Claussen, '44, '45, Aruba, West Indies; Virginia troit; Jane Quinlan, '45, Detroit;
Cedar Rapids; Nancy Faith DeFoe, Haliday, '45, Detroit; Betty Hall, '45, Joan H. Shuckowsky, '45, Perth Am-
'43, Bay City; Peggy Evans, '43, Royal Traverse City; Mary Jane Janiga, bcy, N.J.. and Rosemary Walsh, '45,
Oak; Martha Frey, '45, Pleasant '45, Albion; Dolores Knapp, '44, High- Detroit.
Ridge; Margaret Gardner, '43, Bir- land Park; Lucy Miller, '45. Erie, Pa.; Zeta Tau Alpha: Margaret J. Ap-
mingham; Dorothy Griswold, '45, De- Beverly Stewart, '45, Des Moines, Ia.; plegate, '44, Nobelsville, Ind.; Marion
trcit; Barbara Heym, '45,.Royal Oak; Georganna Tuck, '44, Pontiac, and Bassett, '45, Gouverneur, N. Y.; Max-
Joan Kintzing, '45, Hammond, Ill.; Anita Uvick, '45, Grosse Pointe. ie Heinrich, '44, Detroit; Jean Led-
Marjorie Loyejoy, '44, Evanston, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Vera Mae with, '45, Mount Lebanon, Pa.; Jean
Marilyn Ann Lyon, '45, Owosso; Ruth Adams, '45, Detroit; Marilyn Braun, MacInnes, '45, Erie, Pa.; Kathleen
Ann Strong, '45, Shaker Heights, 0., '45, Detroit; Jean Campbell, '45, Roche, '45, Hart; Phyllis Rye, '43,
and Mary Jane Thielen, '45, Chicago,I Grosse Pointe; Betty Carpenter, '45, Ann Arbor; Edith Oliver Taylor, '44,
Ill. Scarsdale, N. Y.; Dorothy Castricum, Hazel Park, Md., and Muriel Thomas,
Delta Gamma: Margaret Ann Alt- '45, Grosse Pointe; Margaret Chute, 45, South Euclid, Ohio.
house, '45, Royal Oak; Dorothy Bar- '44, Shaker Heights, O.; Shirley Con-
ney, '45, Evanston, Ill.; Mary Ann dit, '44, Detroit; Phyllis Crawford,
Berger, '45, Jackson; Irene Brosius, '45, Niles; Shelby Dietrich, '45, Lex-
'45, Middletown, 0.; Barbara Brown; ington, Ky.; Gale Doyle, '44, High-
'45, St. Ignace; Marian De Vries, '43, land Park; Betty Lou Duvall, '43,
Grand Rapids; Betty Fletcher, '45, Ponca City, Okla.; Dorothy Hayden,
Chelsea; -Sybil Graham, '43, Ann Ar-~I '45, Detroit; Pat Heil, '45, Grosse
bor; Mary' Alice Hahn, '45, Cincin- Pointe; Barbara Houghton, '45, Bir-
nati, 0.; Ellen Hoffman, '45, Grosse mingham; Ruth Ives, '45, Grosse
Pointe; Betty Sue Lamb, '43, Denver, Pointe; Beth King, '45, Detroit; Mar-
Colo.; Barbara Linehan, '45, La tha Kinsey, '44, Ann Arbor; Natalie
Grange, Ill.; Joyce Morrell, '45, Ft. Mattern, '45, Detroit; Carol Miller,
Wayne, Ind.; Winifred Palmer, r'45, '45, Toledo, O.; Marilyn Moser, '45,
Chelsea; Mary Reichert, '44, Ann Ar- Detroit; Marcia Netting. '45, Grosse
bor; Elizabeth Rieger, '45, Detroit; Pointe; Peggy Pilliod, '45, Swanton,
Doris Rogers, '45, Chelsea; Janet O.; Georgianna Root, '45, Adrian;
Stickney, '43, Clarkston; Rose Stoet- Peggy Savage, '44, Flint; Marcia
zel, '45, Glencoe, Ill.; Elizabeth Sharpe, '45, Lakewood, 0.; and Mary
Swisher, '44, Ann Arbor; Louise Jane Wilder, '45, Ann Arbor.
Whippll '45, Evanston, Ill., and Pi Beta Phi: Madalyn Born. '44,-'
Margaret Whipple, '3, Jackson. York, Pa.; Harriet Boyer, '45, Grosse
Gamma Phi Beta: Carol Cecil, '45, Pointe; Frances Capps, '44, Jackson-
Duluth, Minn.; Diggins Farrar, '44, ville, Ill.; Ann Coop, '45, Hillsdale;
Birmingham; Shirley Heenan, '44, Marilyn Gebhard, '43, Morris, Ill.:s",_
Pontiac; Josephine . Holmes, '45, Beverly Gotschall, '45, Cleveland
Grosse Pte.; Alice Maxwell, '45, Hts., O.; Joyce Helmick, '44, Washing-
Grosse Pte.; Carol.May, '44, Detroit; ton, D.C.; Nancy Jewell, '45, Grosse
Mary Vee McNamee, '45, Muskegon; Ile; Eleanor Ketcham, '45, Oak Park,
Marjorie Merriam, '45, Plymouth; Ill.; Mary Knapp, '43, Evanston, Ill.;
Jane Neafie, '45, Pontiac; Hope Tap., Ruth Maloney, '45, Evanston, Ill.;
pe, '45, Ann Arbor; Frances Thomp-I Patty McGregor, '45, Wheeling, W.
son, '45, Highland Park; Frances Va.; Helen Naomi Miller, '45, High-
Triestram, '43, Kalamazoo; Janet land Park; Kathleen Preston, '44,
yeenboer, '44, Grand Rapids,, and Mansfield, 0.; Ann Louise Stanton,
Mary Lou Woodbury, '43, Bay City. '45, Portsmouth, 0.; Frances Tripp,
Kappa Alpha Theta: Peggy Bar- '45, Allegan, and Barbara Wallace,
tell, '44,.Ann Arbor; Virginia Brooks, '45, Lafayette, Ind.
'44, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Burke, '44, Phi Sigma Sigma: ina Aronstein,"
Ann Arbor; Ruth Caryl, '45, Oak '43, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Dorothy Lewis,
Park,, Ill.; Arlene Caswell, '45, De- '45, Memphis, Tenn.; Phyllis Miller,
troit; Barbara Chadwick, '45, Oak '45, Auburn, Me.; Helen Moskowitz,
Park, Ill.; Ellen DeVine, '44, Ann Ar- '44,'Brooklyn, N.Y.; Adele Rosenhain,
bor; Barbara Eddy, '45, Birmingham; '45, Forest Hills, N.Y.; and Ida Wein-
Marianne Gooding, '43, New Haver- stein, '44, Utica, N. Y.
ford, Pa.; Charlotte Haas, '45, Mon- Theta Phi Alpha: Eleanor Keefe,
roe; Frances Hall, '43, Berwin, Ill.; '45, Detroit; Ilona Penner, '45, De-

Judiciary' Members
ortS Schedule To Honor Presidents
Of ome sGroups
Alpha Chi Omega vs. Jordan; Couz- Of Women's
ens I vs. Stockwell I. Honoring presidents of all women'
At 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Martha dormtories, sororities and leagu
Cook vs. Kappa Delta; at 5:10 p.m. houses, Judiciary Committee will en
A deaCeever vs. Collegiate tertain these heads of residenc
sis, andAlh Xi Delta vs. GammaI
Phi Beta. groups at dinner Tuesday in th
Pitch and Putt: Will meet for tea League.
and a short business meeting at 4:30 Speakers at the banquet will b
p.m. Tuesday in the lounge of the Dean Alice Lloyd and Jane Bait
WAB. Anyone interested is urged to '42, president of Judiciary Counci
attend; experience not necessary. The program presented to the lead
Crop and Saddle: Tryouts will be ers of the houses on campus will b
held at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Meet at designed to acquaint these wome
Barbour Gymnssium. with each other, and give them
Tennis: First round of women's more complete idea of the dutie
singles must be played by tomorrow; which they are to perform for th
the second round by Friday. Club coming year. Margaret Sanford, '4
will meet at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow. president of the League, and head
Archery: Club will meet at 4:15 of League committees will also at
p.m. Thursday to shoot. tend the banquet.
Dancing: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday instead of Wednes- Rubies constitute the bulk of In
day in Barbour Gymnasium. dia's trade in precious stones.

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