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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCIETY

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NEW ARRIVALS in

Co-eds To Invade Union Nov. 8
4; Second Annual Open House

The Union will again open its
door& to women with the second an-
pual open house to be held on elec-
tiob night, Nov. 8, according to an
qpnouncement made yesterday by
John'W. Lederle, '33 Union presi-
dent.
Nore than 2,500 attended the open
hQuse last year, he said, and it is
hoped4 that the number will be even
grea4r this year because of the fact
tha complete election returns will be
given all during the evening.
From 8 until 10 p. m. there will be
free dancing in the ballroom to the
mui c of Dop Loomis' Michigan Un-
ion Orchestra, and the ping-pong
tables Will be free to both men and
wo.en for the entire time.
Qp this special occasion the tap-
room will be opened to the Union's
co-ed guests and the pool will be
open for the exclusive use of the
women. There is to be a swimming
exhiition in the pool participated in
y several varsity swimmers and
women from the swimming classes
fron 8:30 until 9. Both men and
women are invited to watch the
slimwing events.
Billiards will be open to both men

and women at half price and the
co-eds will be instricted in billiards
free by "Dad" Williamson, Varsity
billiard coach. The Union bowling al-
leys will also be open to both seies
at half price.
Three radios for getting election
returns will be placed at different
points in the buillding and several
large blackboards will be set up in
the lobby for the tabulating the re-
turns as fast as they are received.
Pledging Announced By
Alpha Xi Delta orority

Union Holds
Formal Tonight
In Ballroom
Few Remaining Tickets On
Sale, Says John Lederle,
President of Committee
More than 250 couples will dance
tonight in the Union ballroom to the
music of Lloyd Huntley and his Isle
o' Blues orchestra at the third an-
nual Union Formal Dance.
"Tickets for the Union Formal
dance are nearly sold out," John W.
Lederle, '33, Union president said
yesterday. The few remaining are on

Women To Hold
Open House At
Palmer Field
Women's Athletic Officers
To Explain Activities At
Tea Saturday Afternoon

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Alpha Ki Delta wishes to announces the ti namai te,
the pledging of Maan W yuerth, '35 The ticket sale was limited to 250,
ohe Anor, Lederle said, to insure that there
of Ann Arbor. would be plenty of room to enjoy the
Mrs. Myrtle L. Moore, chaperone dance.
of the Alpha Xi Delta house is to Late permission has been granted
spend the week end in Detroit. Mrs. te pms ha e te
Frederick enitleyo etrot will take for the dance by the Office of the
hrerketporrley untwil h eDean of Women. Co-eds attending
her place temporarily until she re- will be permitted to stay out until
turns.:30 a
Monterey cypress trees 7% feet in Breakfast will be served in the tap-
diameter were successfully trans- room, not usually open to women,
planted at the Carmelite monastery after the affair. Another feature is
near Carmel, Calif. that the tower will be open for those
who care to climb that high to get a
view of Ann Arbor by night.
Miss Elizabeth Sinclair of Detroit,
a Kappa Alpha Theta pledge, will at-
tend the dance with Charles Burgess,
34E, chairman of the dance com-
-< mittee of the Union and in charge of
the arrangements for this entertain-
ment.
The chaperones for the affair as
announced last night by Lederle will
a be Joseph A. Bursley, Dean of Stu-
dents, and Mrs. Bursley, Prof. Henry
C. Anderson of the engineering col-
lege, Dr. Dean W. Myers and Mrs.
Myers, Prof. James K. Pollock of the
-- political science department and Mrs.
Pollock, and Dr. G. Carl Huber, Dean
of the Graduate School, and Mrs.
Huber.
played at many prominent hotels and
/ /cafes in the United States and Eu-
rope. Among them are the Cafe
D'Armenonville in Paris, the Palais
/1de Danse in Edinburgh, Murray's
Club in London, the Bear Club in
Lake Placid, N. Y., the Coral Gables
F;Country Club in Coral Gables, Fla.,
the Chatauqa Club at Lake Chatau-
qua, and the College Inn in Chicago.
The orchestra is now playing in
the Venetian Room of the Book-Cad-
illac Hotel'in Detroit, having recent-
ly come there from an engagement
at the William Penn Hotel in Pitts-
burgh. Due to popular demand,
Huntley will return to the William
Penn after his engagement in Ann
Arbor.
The orchestra was started at Col-
gate University by Huntley and his
present drummer in 1923. The band
is made up almost entirely of college
men who have been playing together
for several years. They specialize in
soft, sweet music and harmonious ar-
Shop of Youth" rangements.
..--..... __....__Make Arrangements For
!an-Hellenic Orchestra
om en! Vote this Plans are being made for the music
fo the annual Panhellenic ball to
be held Nov. 25 and the name of the
JELINE Ticket orchestra will1probably be announced
within the next few days, according
to Pauline Scott, '33, chairman of
the music committee.
The central committee met- Tues-
day, Nov. 1, at the League. Final
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Open house will be held by the ____
Women's Athletic Association Satur- ~
day, at Palmer Field House, from 3
to 5 o'clock. An invitation is extend--'a
ed to all women on the campus who
are members, or who are interested
in the organization. Sat o Success
The purpose of open house is to
stimulate interest in the association
and provide an opportunity for meet-UTR
mng the W. A. A. executive board Jean Botsford, '33, President of the
from whom any information regard- Women's Athletic Association and
ig the various phases of W. A. A. Chairman of the 1932 Junior Girl's
in te arou reeive . .. Play will act as one of the hostesses
activities may be received.sfor the W. A. A. open house this Sat- il Conom Lic lyr Priced!
Margaret Martindale '34, chairman urday.
of the event and membership man-
ager of the executive board, has ap-
pointed Jean Berridge '33 to be in Reception For Foreign featuring:
charge of refreshments, and Martha ':Students Held At League
Neuhardt '35 to arrange for enter-- TH E SEASON'S
tainment. A committee including The reception in honor of foreignE 35
Marie Murphy '35, Margaret Hiscock FAVOR TE STYLES_ _
'34, Mary Brimjoin '34, and Elsie students was held last night from
Sparre '34, are assisting with the eight to ten thirty o'clock on the
plans for the event. second floor of the League, in the Rough Crepes- V
Hostesses for the open house are Concourse and the Ethyl Fountain W l-Values from
Jean Botsford '33, president of the Hussey and Grand Rapids rooms.$12.y5 i $6.75
organization; Jean Berridge '33, vice'- Over 300 invitations were sent to for- Diagonal Sheers
president; Mary Marshall '33, secre-
tary, and Billie Griffiths '35, treas- eign students, the deans of the sev-
urer, together with the other mem- eral colleges, faculty members, and Every one of the dresses in Sizes:
bers of the board. Ann Arbor residents who are inter- this sale has a perfectly good 11 to 13- 121/2 to 22%
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dr. Margaret ested in foreign students. reason why it should belong 14 to 42
Bell, Mrs. J. Van Sickle, and the President Alexander Ruthven and to you! In the first place
members of the physical education Mrs Ruthven, Dean Joseph Burley.they are all made well . . all the seams nicely finished.
department are to be guests of honor s. Joseph BurleyAnd they are cut correctly, no skimping of materials-
for the occasion. Miss Laurie Camp- and Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Miss Alice then the tricks that make them smart. See them ... try
bell, Miss Ethel McCormack, Miss Lloyd, and Mr. Hanna Khalaf, who is some on, and you'll simply have to own at least one of them.
Mary Stewart, and Miss Marie Hart- the president of the Cosmopolitan
wig will pour. club, were in the receiving line. Dur-
Members of the 1932 Junior Girls' ing the evening a musical program ALL. FALL H ATS
Play, "No Man's Land," will enter- was given by H. M. Carapatian, '34M,
tarn with some of the specialty num- from Armenia, Miss Maria Kalaw, 3.95 to 6.50 Values
bers. There will be dancing through- Grad., from the Philippines, and Mr. Felts - Velvets - Velours
out the afternoon, and ping pong and Joseph Kalom, from Russia.ppines,_andMr._Felts_-Velvets_-Velours_ 1*9
bowling equipment will be available.J The membrom hu Ai s C
Membrshp fes illbe cceted The members of the Advisory Coi-
Membership fees will be accepted mittee to Foreign Students, which
at open house, and old students who was in charge of the affair, are Prof.
have previously earned points may Joseph Busley, chairman, Prof.
also pay the dues required this year Charles F. Remer, Prof. Joseph R.
for member'ship. Membership cards Hayden, Prof. Raleigh Nelson, Prof.
will be presented at a later date. A E. C. Gooddard, Prof. George E. Car- E Liberty at Maynard
display of awards given by the ruthers, Mrs. Byryl Fox Bacher, Mr.
Women's Athletic Association for William Ualmer, Dallas Dort, '33L,
numbers of points earned in its vari- and Miss Faith Ralph, '33.
ous activities will be exhibited.
Betsy Barbour Holds
Probation During Week
This week is "pro" week at Betsy
Barbour House. The new girls in the
dormitory have been divided into The Plasant DL
groups and each group is presentingIf
a stunt at dinner some night during
the week. "Pro" week was started
with a fire drill at 7 Monday niorn-
ing and will continue until 'Sunday
afternoon at 4:15 when the fornal
initiation will take place.N'
Collin Wilsey '35 is in charge o
the program for. the week E lhe is }______________%__
assisted by Jane Carleton '35 ,''Olive
Webb '35, Virginia Otis '35 and Dor- ....
othea Davenport '35.
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plans for the ball are now being dis- 1a
cussed and tickets will be distributed
among the sororities next week,"Mar- Siery
jorie Arnold, '34, chairman o the
ticket committee, said today. a
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