TUESDAX, DECEMBER 5, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dedication Ceremonies Honor
Memory ofDean Alice Lloyd
Varied Groups Present Silver Tea Service,
Portrait Bust, Memorial Library, Bookplate
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"Her imprint is indelible, she
will remain always on this cam-
pus," said Shirley Ilgovsky speak-
ing for the stulent residents dur-
ing the dedication ceremonies at
Lloyd Hall Sunday.
The name of Alice Crocker
Lloyd, Dean of Women at the Uni-
versity for many years, has now
become a permanent part of cam-
pus. Formerly known as the New
Women's Residence, the hall was
named last spring in honor of the
late Dean of Women.
Junior Panhel Council
Results of petitioning for Ju-
nior Panhellenic Council have
j been announced by Nancy Clarke,
Panhellenic Rushing Secretary.
The newly appointed council
members include Judy Isenberg,
Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jean Freshour,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Susan Giffin,
Alpa Chi Omega; Meg Schuster,
Alpha Delta Pi; Ann Higgins, Al-
pha Gamma Delta; and Jean El-
len, Chi Omega.
Other members are Evie Brooks,
Delta Delta Delta; Carolyn West-
man, Alpha Phi; Sally Hansen,
Alpha Xi Delta, and Janet Bos-
worth, Collegiate Sorosis.
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JUDITHdRAUB, president of the
*hall's student council, presided
over the dedicatory services.
President Alexander Ruthven,
speaking on behalf of the Uni-
r versity, said that the hall would
serve as a reminder of the sacri-
fices, labor and love which Miss
* Lloyd had displayed as a de-
voted daughter of Michigan.
Regent Vera B. Baits spoke on
"Richness and Reward." She re-
viewed Dean Lloyd's career and
contributions to Michigan women.
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A PORTRAIT BUST of Miss
Lloyd was given by the campus
residences. The presentation was
made by Mrs. Leona B. Diekema,
director of Martha Cook. The
bust was done by Mrs. Ellen Col-
mar Bernkopf of Jerusalem, Is-
Ruth Penty, president of the
Michigan Association of Deans
of Women and Counselors of
Girls, donated a memorial li-
brary to the hall on behalf of
A special bookplate has been
prepared for this library showing
an etching of Miss Lloyd. An ex-
cerpt from one of Miss Lloyd's
speeches will also appear on the
Because Miss Lloyd was intAr-
ested in and encouraged faculty
teas and because of her efforts to
create a better student-professor
relationship, the student residents
presented a silver tea service to
the hall to be used at student-
To the strains of its song,
"Scroll has come to tap new ini-
tiates," sung to the tune of "I
Don't Give a Damn For the
Whole State of Michigan," Scroll,
honor society for affiliated senior
women, tapped five new members
Dressed in long black academic
gowns members, in a surprise af-
ter-hours invasion of sorority
houses, selected Doris Buser and
I Martha Bryant, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Barbara Little, Delta
Delta Delta; Patricia McLean,
Gama Phi Beta; and Doris Egan,'
Scroll honors senior women who
have displayed leadership, ser-
vice and a high scholastic aver-
New members can be identified,
!by their blue skirts and yellow
sweaters, and by the large paper
scrolls they will wear around
their necks today.
Symbol of membership in the
organization is a small gold scroll
suspended from a chain around
Mademoiselle, national fashion
magazine, has announced the
names of University coeds select-
ed to represent the campus on its
The list includes: Mary Ellen
Martin '51, Mickey Sager '52,
Patsy Parkin '51, Verna Bjork '52,
Virginia Ellis-'51, Jeanne Gardiner
'51 and Patricia Brownson '51.
They are among the 700 ap-
pointees who competed this year
with students from colleges all
,over the country for positions on
Their work will include reports
to Mademoiselle on campus news,
fads and fashions, besides the
completion of three magazine as-
signments in a competition for
one of twenty guest editorships.
Chosen from the College Board
on the basis of the year's three as-
signments, the guest editors will
go to New York City for four
weeks in June to help write and
edit Mademoiselle's 1951 August
costs will be met by the magazine,
and the editors will receive regu-
While in New York City, each
guest editor will take part in a full
calendar of activities, which in-
clude a battery of vocational tests
to help crystallize her interests
and job goals.
She will also interview a cele-
brity in her chosen field to obtain
advice on the education and train-
ing needed and on procedures for
getting a job.
Field trips will be arranged to
newspaper offices, fashion work-
rooms, radio stations, stores, ad-
vertising agencies and printing
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MEMORIAL CEREMONIES-New Dean of Women, Deborah
Bacon, and President Alexander Ruthven pose before the portrait
bust of former Dean Alice Lloyd. The bust was presented at the
dedicatory service of Alice Crocker Lloyd Hall.
So0h Cab To Convert League
Into Southern Swamp Setting
Sophomore women have been
humming "Mississippi Mud" the
past few weeks as they spend af-
ter-class hours transforming the
League into a Louisiana swamp
Cause of the conversion is "Be-
witched Bayou," the 1950 Sopho-
more Cabaret production which
will be presented Friday and Sat-
urday nights in the League.
Cabaret attenders will wander
through a lively bayou village in
the concourse of the second floor
where they will find all sorts of
activities available to them.
AMONG THE special booths be-
ing constructed under the direc-
tion of Berta Houston, are a Fish
Pond, where students demonstrate
their skill at tossing balls into a
fish's mouth, a Pelican grab bag,
an Enchanted Wishing Fountain,
a fortune telling den and a pho-
A caricature artist will also be
on hand to sketch students in
an Artist's Cave.
Since one of the biggest attrac-
tions at the Cabaret is the ball-
room, the decorations committee
has been busy converting it into
a typical bayou setting. The music
of Ted Smith's orchestra will be
played from an island in the mid-
dle of the swamp atmosphere.
* * *
FROM THERE, Cabaret at-
tenders may venture through the
open mouth of an alligator into
Al's Alley, where all"the thrills of
a spook house will keep them en-
tertained. The alligator's tail will
provide the exit to the spook
Students may relax and en-
joy refreshments in the Bayou
Bar with the singing of Lois
Abrams and piano music of
Paul McDonough in the back-
Card playing will be the major
activity in the Shad Shack, a
rustic old room off from the vil-
Prizes for the skill games will
be Phoenix bird cards. The couple
collecting the most birds during
the evening will receive free
chicken dinners through the cour-
tesy of an Ann Arbor restaurant.
Tickets for Soph Cab are on sale
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday in the League, Un-
ion and Architecture Building.
Two performances of the floor.-
show will be given each night.
Two complimentary tickets will
be presented to the student who
guesses the number of matches in
a fish pond which is located in the
window of a State Street res-
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WAA Clubs To Begin Practice
At First Practice
* * *
Birds will fly from 7 to 9 p.m.
tomorrow at Waterman Gym when
the WAA Badminton Club has its
first practice period.
Members may come any time
during the above hours and play
as many games as they want to.
There is no set quota of games
to be played.
The aim of the club is to pro-
vide a chance for those who would
like to levelop new skills and
techniques in the sport and a time
for them to practice and play.
New members may still join. In-
struction will be given by Mona'
Pick, club manager, and Mary
Smelser, instructor in the Physi-
cal Education Department for
Women and club advisor.
Members are invited to bring
their dates to the meeting.
Miss Pick requests that "if mem-
bers are not in a badminton class,
they must have a receipt for a
racquet rental which may be ob-
tained in Room 15, Barbour Gym
or can rent a racquet for the even-
Members are also requested to
bring their own birds.
Meetings T0 Feature
Glass Etchings, Bridge
The handicraft group of the
Michigan Dames will hold its
meeting at 8 p.m. today in the
League. Glass etching with chemi-
cals will be the subject of the
meeting. Mrs. Russell F. Miller of
E. Liberty St. will be in charge.
The bridge club will meet at 8
p.m. tomorrow in the Henderson
room at the League. Each member
is asked to bring a friend. An in-
structor will be present. Mrs.
Kenneth Hendershot of Packard
Rd. will be the hostess.
Dish Pan Hands
To get rid of that chapped look,
mix glycerine with equal parts of
water or rose water and use as a
lotion on the hands.
Riflery Activities Start;
Firing Hours Assigned
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Practice firing for the WAA
Rifle Club begins this week.
Firing hours will be from 7 to 9
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday,nand
Thursday weekly. Club manager,
Gracia Whitworth has assigned
members to practice hours. This
list of firing periods will be posted
on the rifle club bulletin board
in the basement of the WAB.
Instructors will be Miss Pearl
Berlin, a member of the faculty
in the Physical Education De-
partment for Women and club
advisor, and Mr. Martin Everitt.
Everitt has done instructing for
the ROTC rifle team and the Uni-
versity rifle team.
Miss Whitworth states that "the
fifty cent dues must be brought
to the first firing period as mem-
bers can not fire until dues have
If there are any questions, mem-
bers may call the club manager at
The Ushering Committee of
Soph Cab will meet at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
Headships open for Ph.D's under
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The Ann Arbor Art Association presents
COLOR FILMS: "Adolf Dehn's Technique in Wafer Color"
"Art in Action with Dong Kingman"
Speaker: DONALD L. WEISMANN, Professor of Fine Arts,
Tuesday, December 5 at 8:00 P.M.
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