Rep Assembly Elects Bornn Chairman. The Barnard Bulletin (New York, New York) October 12, 1944, p 1

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Rep Assembly Elects Bornn Chairman. The Barnard Bulletin (New York, New York) October 12, 1944, p 1 - Rep Assembly Elects Bornn Chairman Harvest Hop...
Rep Assembly Elects Bornn Chairman Harvest Hop To Be Formal Harvest Hop, scheduled for Saturday night, October 28, is to be formal this year, announces Miriam Skinner '45, Vice-President of Athletic Association, and dance chairman. To be held in the gymnasium, from 9:30 to 1:00, the dance will feature Walter Leege's dance'band. Barnard's traditional autumn dance will have the harvest as its theme, according to Marilyn Chasin '46, decorations chairman. Other members of Miss Skinner's committee are: Ruth Bischoff '45, in charge of music arrangements; Helen Trevor '46, for publicity; Eleanor Webber '45, Guest Chairman; Dorothy Pasetti '45, bids; Marion Catalane '45, in charge of refreshments; Hope Simon '46, business. All those interested ir blind dates should contact Mildred Carpenter '46, who will arrange for midshipmen as escorts. Guests of Athletic Association at the dance are to be Professor and Mrs. Edgar Lorch, members of the Physical Education Faculty, and Gloria Monahan, last yearns A.A. president. Walter Leege's band also played at last year's China Relief Ball. Committee Chairman Miriam Skinner says, "Harvest Hop is one of our oldest and most popular traditions. This year, when the college is bigger than ever before, I'm sure that Hop will be bigger, better, and even more fun than it has been in the past." HISTORY, FINE ARTS MAJORS TO MEET The History department will hold a meeting for majors on Tuesday, October 17, from 4:006:00 p.m. in the College Parlor. With Edith Bornn '45 selected as chairman, Representative Assembly chose the National War Fund for the second time as a semester drive in the meeting Monday noon in 408 Barnard. - The choice of this agency, comprising numerous American and foreign relief organizations, was, virtually unanimous, the only other suggestion being one to adopt war orphans and provide for their maintenance. The slate for chairman included Aline Cranshaw *47 r Ann Cagnasole '46, Sidney Cook '46, Virginia Sarafianos '46, and Marianne Miller '46. At yesterday's regular business meeting of the International Relations Club, four members were selected to represent Barnard at the Middle Atlantic IRC Conference. The delegates, whose choice must be approved by Student Council at its meeting today, will be: Judith Rudansky, Helen Haight, Hope Simon, Chairman of Political Council, and Gloria Siff, President of IRC. Representative Assembly's next meeting will be held next Monday. An appropriation of approximately $30 was made to send International Relations Club delegates to the Middle Atlantic IRC Conference. In a discussion of the appropriation, Undergraduate treasurer Mary Louise Stewart in linl ml i"ini t ^/viiii/cu win* I/ in debt to the Undergraduate Association $9.37 and that therefore she did not believe that the delegates should be sent by the Assembly this year. Gloria Siff, president of the club, stated that she felt the club would be able to pay off its indebtedness within the next few months from expected dues. The Assembly, feeling that such a conference is of special value at the present time, passed Hope Simonfe motion that the appropriation he made, thus continuing its practice of sending IRC representatives. The number of delegates, usually four, was left undetermined.

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