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PAGE-SIX

ITE1 MICHIGAN DAILY

S UNDA JAN 16, 1944

Formal ushing

En ds as 350

VVomen Receive

bids

Upperclassmen
To Be Pledged
At 3 p.m. Today
Freshmen Pledging Deferred
To Second Semester When
Eligibility Will Be Established
(Continued from Page 1)
Grosse Pointe; Marilyn Grismer, De-
troit; Lois Iverson, New Kensington;
Mary MacLeod, Ann Arbor; Lois Mc-
Intyre, Detroit; Marian Myers, Bur-
gettson; Catherine Teetor, Cadillac;
Joyce Warner, Three Rivers.
Alpha Epsilon Phi: Betty Mae
Becker, Cedar Rapids; Gloria Berk-
son, Chicago; Barbara Blumrosen,
Flint; Shirley Brodke, Omaha, Neb;
Judy Chayes, Chicago; Celia Elson,
Detroit; Alice Fink, South Bend,
Ind,; Elaine Friedman, Chicago; Sy-
delle Goldstein, Cleveland, Ohio; Na-
omi Greenberger, Canton, Ohio; Kate
Hearst, Berkeley, Calif.; Helen Hor-
wich, Chicago; Sue Isaacson, Toledo,
Ohio; Margery Jackson, Detroit; Jean
Levy, South Bend, Ind.; Eileen Phil-
lips, Eau Clair, Wis.; Barbara Ray-
mer, Winnetka, Ill.; Anne Schuman,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Margery Wald,
I Cleveland, Ohio; Joan Wilk, Detroit.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Jessie Mae
Ahrens, Saginaw; Sue Genthe, Wy-
andotte; Helen Gillette, Ann Arbor;
Ellen Iland, Ann Arbor; Lois Kelso,
Upp Lakes; Vt.; Lois Kivi, Ann Arbor;
Delphine Moniuszko, Dearborn; Edith
Olsson, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Roberta
Sherer, Rosemary Smith, Hemstead,
N.J.; Eleanor Wetmore, Detroit; Bar-
bara Williamson, Youngstown, Ohio.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Lennis Britton,
Ann Arbor; Roberta Cetlinski, Ham-
tramck; Rosamund Deacon, Oak
Park, Ill.; Doris Eash, Holland; Libby
Gauthier, Shakes Hts., Ohio; Karen
Holmes, Detroit; Betty Kuchar,
Brighton; Helen Maravitch, Gary,
Ind.; Gloria Melbourne, Adrian; Mary
Perrone, Grosse Pointe; Dorothy Rob-
ertson,, Poplarville, Miss.; Ann Stan-
ford, Ann Arbor; Eleanor Stuart,
Midland; Bernice Trucks, Sagnaw;
Dottie Waite, Berca, Ohio; Mine Wid-
dersheim, Johnstown, Pa.
Alpha Phi: Nancy Allen, Chicago;
Georgia Anderson, Detroit; Catherine
Cranmer, Steubenville, Ohio; Kathie
F1ead, Port Huron; Barbara Glenn,
Jamestown, N.Y.; Priscilla Hodges,
Ann Arbor; Betty Hutchins, Chicago;
Louise Kefgen, Jane Kudner, Jack-
son; Rosa Law, Ann Arbor; Ann
Matheny, Highland Park; Pat Mc-
Daniel, Detroit; Lou Nyberg, Detroit;
Louise Prangley, Sarnia, Ont.; Bon-
nie Rinck, Grosse Pointe; Dorothy
Seiler, Cleveland Hts., Ohio; Shirley
Spike, Birmingham; Ruth Tamblyn,
Detroit; Esther Thors, Pontiac; Marie
Upchurch, Detroit; Rosemary Vorys,
Detroit; Joyce Wilson, Birmingham;
Jean Wright, Ferndale; Marian Yeg-
er, Pleasant Ridge.
Alpha Xi Delta: Mary Lee Blum,
Ann Arbor; Rose Marie Bonczak, De-
troit; Audrey Brailsford, Bronson;
Mary Jo Cadarette, Detroit; Barbara
Domzalski, Detroit; Priscilla Eacock,
Ferndale; Jo Eleanor Elliott, War-
rensburg, Mo.; Faye Hansen, Bessem-
er; Rosarita Hume, Port Huron; Bet-
ty P. Jones, Detroit; Jean Jordan.
Holland, N.Y.; Marilyn Matz, Detroit;
Enid McConkey, Lansing; Ann Miller,
Minema, Ohio; Marilyn O'Kane, Ann
Arbor; Lois Pasloff, Lourium; Janine
Robinson, St. Louis, Mo.; Jean Row-
land, Lakewood, Ohio; Derith Shuker,

Detroit; Patricia Van Dervort, Oak
Hill, Ohio.
Chi Omega: Patricia Beatty, Three
Rivers; Margaret Coxon, Ann Arbor;
Jeanne Deibel, Lakewood, Ohio; Mar-
ilyn Donaldson, San Mabeo, Calif.;
Phyllis Eggleton, Ann Arbor; Jean
Evans,, Bay City; Caroline Gibson,
Battle Creek; Barbara Griffith, Wy-
andotte; Shirley Head, Detroit; Joyce
Herrick, Evanston, Ind.; Mavis Hoy-
er, Niagara Falls; Jean Laird, High-
land Park; Katherine Long, Detroit;
Janet Main, Battle Creek; Joan
Schlee, Chevy Chase, Md.; Barbara
Stouffer, Dorothy Thomas, Kansas
City, Mo.; Day Truesdell, Wayne;
Dorothy Watson, Manaistique.
Collegiate Sorosis: Allen Armstrong,
Detroit; Florence Atwood, Highland
Park; Helen Baldwin, Lansing; Ann
Barlowe, Tacoma, Wash.; Signe Heg-
ge, Northville; Marilyn Jenkins, Big
Rapids; Joan Lochner, Westport,
Conn.; Mary McFadden, Detroit; Ann
Nichols, Grand Rapids; Diane Perry,
Wellesley, Mass.; Patricia Picard, Ann
Arbor; Lucy Ann Purdom, Ann Ar-
bor; Lucy Rutherford, Lansing; Isa-
belle Sellon, Detroit; Sarah Smith,
Dearborn; Ann Speed, Highland
Park, Ill.; Mary Carolyn Wade,
Grosse Pointe; Sonia White, Grosse
Ile; Lucy Taylor, Detroit; June Retz-
loff, Grosse Pointe; Joan Schnettler,
Saginaw.
Delta Delta Delta: Mary Jean An-
derson, Oak Park, Ill.; Sue Babcock,
Glendale, Calif.; Margaret Cummings,
Ann Arbor; Barbara Darnton, De-
troit; Barbara Defnet, Escanaba;
Mariette Fletcher, Alpena; Joyce Fris,
Holland; Patricia Hayes, Ann Arbor;
Priscilla Hicks, Ann Arbor; Joyce
Haynes, Port Huron; Mary Lou Holl-
way, Ann Arbor; Shirley Keddie, De-
troit; Virginia Kilcherman, Blissfield;
Emily Knapp, Detroit; Rosemary Ma-
rin, Ann Arbor; Margery McCabe,
Iron Mountain; Vivian Muskatt, De-
troit; Charlotte Rueber, Kalamazoo;
Sue Sedgewick, Ishpeming; Lisa Skill-
ern, South Bend, Ind.; Margery
Stone, Detroit; Cora Talbot, Grosse
Pointe; Ruth Williams, Lamar, Colo.;
Mary Louise Young, Detroit.
Delta Gamma: Roberta Ames,
Grand Rapids; Sally Ames, St. Paul,
Minn.; Clover ,Babcock, Bloomfield
Hills; Helen Bowerman, Detroit;
Mary Castle, River Forest, Ill.; Kay
Eddy, Detroit; Charlene Golay, Grand
Rapids; Dorothy Harvey, Orchard
Lake: Jane Hoek, Joan Kennedy,
Ann Arbor; Margaret Peterson, Ann
Arbor; Jean Raine, Milwaukee, Wis.;
Betty Reade, Kalamazoo; Jane Ray,
Birmingham; Martha Schmidt, Cleve-
land Heights; Margaret Scowden,
Buffalo; Rosemary Stapp, Greenburg,
Ind.; Coleen Terrill, Essexville; Mary
Ellen Ward, Flint; Jean Zagelmeir,
Grand Rapids.
Gamma Phi Beta: Barbara Everett,
Sault Ste. Marie; Margaret Gage,
Mary Pickford To
Help Polio Victims
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.-- (P)-
Mary Pickford, "America's Sweet-
heart" of the silent films, appeared
at the White House today in a new
role as "lead" of the women's divi-
sion of the National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis.
With Mrs. Roosevelt as chief sup-
porting character, the veteran ac-
tress appealed for thousands of
women to be march-a-dime collec-
tors and become permanent volun-
teer reserve troops to help fight
polio epidemics.
Miss Pickford fumbled her script
a couple of times before the news
reel cameras and observed that Hol-
lywood had spoiled her on retakes.

Mansfield, Ohio; Doris Heidgen, Barbara Scouler, Detroit; Nancy
Lakewood, Ohio; Sally Kelly, Sagi- Thomssen, Detroit; Janice Ward,
naw; Florence Kingsbury, Detroit; Saginaw; Janet Young Detroit.
Eileen Link, Garden City, N.Y.; Vir- Kappa Kappa Gamma: Margaret
ginia McIntyre, Saginaw; Janet Mor- Allen, Pueblo, Colo.; Jean Brown.
gan, Fargo, N.D.; Laurie Orr, Toledo, Lakewood, Ohio; Joan Buckmaster,
Ohio; Ann Petty, Detroit; Louise Jamestown, N.Y.; Constance Coulter,
Threlkeld, Maplewood, N.J.; Alberta Birmingham; Virginia Councell,
Vance, Royal Oak; Hazel Jean Wie- Cleveland Hts., Ohio; Virginia Creber,
chel, Perrysburg, Ohio. Columbia, Mo.; Barbara Dewey. De-
Kappa Alpha Theta: Carolyn troit; Martha Gault, Flint; Nancy
Brown, Lakewood, Ohio; Mary Car- Gillette, Toledo, Ohio; Carlsen Gorm-
penter, Detroit; Caroline Conant, sen, Aurora, Ill.; Patricia Heustis,
Lakewood, N.Y.; Corinee Essig, Do- Indianpolis, Ind.; Dorothy Hofmann,I
roagiac; Marian Gilbreath, Birming- Grosse Pointe; Dorothy Ann Jenkins,
ham; Margery Guigou, Wanwatosa; York, Pa.; Marian Jenswold, Duluth.
Ann Hanselman, Kalamazoo; Nancy Minn.; June McIntosh, Battle Creek;
Hubbard, Pontiac; Jean Kerr, Bay Marjorie Miller, Toledo, Ohio; Jean
City; Ann Kutz, Pontiac; Ann Lip- Murray, Cleveland, Ohio; Barbara I
pencott, Detroit Donelda Lockwood, Nixon, Grosse Pointe; Patricia Owens,I
Monroe; Barbara Longway, Flint; Detroit; Elaine Raiss, Grosse Pointe;l
Ruth McMorris, Bay City; Jacqueline Mary Lou Rookus, Detroit; Barbara
Merritt, Detroit; Alyce Pyle, Detroit; Sisson, Kalamazoo; Lucy Stone,
Barbara Scott, Birmingham; Sybil Cleveland Hts., Ohio.
Shallenberger, St. Paul, Minn.; Jose- Pi Beta Phi: Virginia Brady, Balti-'
phine Simpson, Oak Park, Ill.; Julie more, Md.: Barbara Carter, Detroit;
Slocum, Highland Park; Marian Mary Cochran, Oak Park, Ill.; Bar-
Sharkey, Detroit; Joanne Smith, bara Fitch, Grosse Pointe; Avery
Woodside, N.Y.; Phyllis VanBrocklin, Grant, Ann Arbor; Rosemary Knox,
Grand Rapids; Catherine Verschoor, Birmingham; Bette Lathrop, Wichita,I
Kan.; Mary McCord, Detroit; Anne
Upperclassmen receiving bids Neprud, Mineral Pt., Wis.; Jean Park-
will be pledged at 3 p.m. today. er, Evanston, Ill.; Betty Pritchard,
Freshmen pledging will not be held Evanston, Ill.; Anne Robinson, Pitts-
until second semester after they burgh, Pa.; Joyce Rogers, Pontiac;
have made their grades. Every Catherine Schneider, Rutherford, N.
woman is bound to the house from J.; Nancy Sherrick, Ashland, Ohio;
which she received a bid for a year. Jane Strack, Chicago; Helen Wicker,I
Ann Arbor.
Grand Rapids; Doris Willard, Ccars- Sigma Delta Tau: Rita Aronoff,I
dale, N.Y.; June Willard, Scarsdale, Detroit; Gertrude Chertoff, Shaker
N.Y. Hts., Ohio; Margery Cornsweet, An-
Kappa Delta: Patricia Adams, De- nette Frieden, Norfolk, Va.; ArleneI
troit; Mary Backman, Ann Arbor; Friedman, Atlanta, Ga.; Audrey,
Nancy Cory, Ann Arbor; Marilyn Geschlin, Detroit; Elaine Greenbaum,
Crisp,' White Plains, N.Y.; Dorothy Bridgeport, Conn.; Estelle Klein,
Davison, Ann Arbor; Jeanette Drouil- Grand Rapids; Barbara Levin, East1
lard, Flat Rock; Elaine Eagle, Sagi- Chicago, Ind.; Betty Levy, Port Hu-E
naw; Betty Jane Ellis, Lake Orion; ron; Ann Lowenstein, Detroit; Joan1
Betty Fosberg, Lincoln Park; Mar- Rieger, Chicago, Ill.; Suzanne Rob- i
cheta Frye, Pontiac; Lee Gradolph, inson, Philadelphia, Pa.; Joan Roth-
Petersburg; Margaret Holk, Detroit; man, Detroit; Janet Rubin, Wood-
Patricia Honn, Detroit; Mary E. mere, N.Y.; Shirley Sauter, Highlandj
Jones, Warren, Mass.; Jean Kuhlman, Park; Roberta Scheffman, Chicago,i
Detroit; Rosalyn LaBounty, Detroit; Ill.; Audrey Schudson, Milwaukee,(
Elizabeth Laursen, Menominee; Alet- Wis.; Rosalyn Stiegel, Chicago; Ill.I
ta Ledgerwood, Oak Park, Ill.; Bar- Zeta Tau Alpha: Dorothy Ballen-
bara Morris, Grosse Pointe; Elaine tine, Detroit; Mildred Bennawy, De-X
Pew, Ann Arbor; Caroline Ryle, Flint; troit; Patricia Clancy, North Branch;I

Figure Sai : 3:30 p.m. Mon-
day and Thursday at the Coliseum.
Fencing: 7:30 pm. Tuesday in
the Correctives Room at Barbour
Gym.
1nivc r:!.Women's Riding Club:
6:15 p.m. T _esdcay in front of Bar-
bour Gym.
Rifl,: 5 pin. Tuesday and Wed-
nescuy at the WAB Range.
Badminton: 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at Barbour Gym.
Modern Dance: 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Dance Studio at Bar-
bour Gym.
Swimming: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the pool at Barbour Gym.
Crop and Saddle: 6:15 p.m.
Thursday in front of Barbour Gym.
Tap and Musical Comedy: 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the Dance Studio
at Barbour Gym.
B1llet: 4 p.m. Friday in the
Dance Studio at Barbour Gym.
Basketball: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday-
Newberry I vs. Couzens I; Sigma
Delta Tau vs. Alpha Chi Omega.
7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Kappa
Delta vs. Couzens II; Mosher II vs.
Jordan I. ;:15 p.m. Wednesday:
Delta Delta Delta vs. Jordan III;
Zone IV vs. Pi Beta Phi.
7:30 p.m. Thursday: Collegiate
Sorosis vs. Zone VI; Jordan IV vs.
Barbour. 8:15 p.m. Thursday:
Delta Gamma vs. Zone I; Jordan V
vs. Alpha Phi.
Some Collect Pins
But Fran Goldberg of Martha
Cook, started a new one by bringing
home ti eRuthven's guest book after
last week's tea. Blushing like an ov-
erripe tomato, Fran took it back to
Mrs. Ruthven, who thought it "very
funny."
Shirley Harper, Lisbon, Ohio; Mar-
jory Hull, Ann Arbor; Mary Ketcham,
Hastings; Suzanne Kiser, Ann Arbor;
Charlotte Mack, South Bend, Ind.;
Lynette Rittner, East Aurora, N.Y.;
Jean Seip, Chicago; Mary VanIn-
wagen, Richmond, Va.; Jean Winans,
Detroit.

IXichif Womn at Wap

Lt. Virginia B. Hartridge, a 1942
graduate with an MA in science, was
commissioned as a Second Lieuten-
ant in the Army upon completion of
Officer Candidate School at the
Third WAC Training Center at Fort
Oglethorpe, Ga. Prior to joining the
WAC, Lt. Hartridge was an assistant
research serologist to Dr. R. L. Kahn
at the University Hospital.
Among the Spar officers commis-
sioned at the Coast Guard Academy,
New London, Conn., was Ensign
Mary Eleanor Mustard, who received
her AB in 1941. Ensign Mustard is
affiliated with Alpha Phi Sorority
and also a member of Theta Sigma'
Phi, professional journalism society.
Ensign Doris Everett Jacobs, grad-
uate of 1937, received her commis-
sion recently, also at New London,
Conn. She is a. member of Alpha
Phi.

ser attended Backer Collegiate In-
stitute, Barnard College and New
York University where she graduated
with an AB degree in 1939. In 1940
she received her MA at Michigan.
n e4
Miss Adelaide Stoll, American Red
Cross staff aide, arrived safely in
North Africa recently. She is a grad-
uate of Washington University, St.
Louis, and took graduate work at
Northwestern University, the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Miss Maybelle E. Kahle, American
Red Cross hospital recreation work-
er, is in North Africa at the present
time. She received her MA degree at
Michigan, after graduating from the
University of Wisconsin.
Burial Place Decided

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CHARLESTON, S.C., Jan. 15.--gp)
-Ann Clare Brokaw, 19, only child
of Re. Clare Boothe Luce. will be

plz-I. "Li l." c U U , Wll
buried Wednesday in the churchyard
Ensign Mary Elizabeth Prosser was of Strawberry Chapel, 219-year-old
commissioned recently. Ensign Pros- Episcopal edifice in Berkeley County.

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