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Red Nichol's Orchestral
Has Been Obtiained For1
Panhellenie BallI
Red Nichol and His World Famous
Pennies will be the attraction at the
annual Panhellenic bali to be held
Friday, Nov. 25.
The orchestra has for some time
been a nightly feature over WTAM
network in Cleveland. At the pres-
ent time Red Nichol and his band
are on a tour which will include Chi-
cago and Indianapolis. It will be
quite a jump from his last engage-
ment to his engagement here for the
ball. He has never been at Michigan
before, however, and is most anxious
to play in college towns. He is ex-
pected to show great versatility in
his playing and has requested the
Music committee under Pauline
Scott '33 to send a list of the num-
bers that they would like him to
make a specialty of.
The programs for the ball have
been selected and will be of a very
formal design in black suede with
the Michigan seal done on a pearl
background, according to Dorothy
Van Riper '34, chairman of the pro-
gram committee.
Tickets for the ball will be dis-
tributed among the sororities this
week, Marjorie Arnold '33, chairman
of the tickets committee, said today.
The price of the tickets has been
considerably reduced this year, al-
though the party is as elaborate as
ever.
Sorority women are warned to get
their tickets early as 50 tickets are
to be distributed to independent
women, according to Myrtle Cooper,
general chairman. Representatives of
the tickets committee will be sent to
interview the members of each sor-
ority.
RaMy Day Styles
Should Be Bright
And Smartly Gay
By CAROL J. HANAN
We heartily disagree with the de-
signer who said that a bright colored
slicker on a rainy day is like a red
paper geranium in a dark, dismal
room. Rather it is like a fresh ger-
anium with the dew still on it that,
instead of making the room more
dismal in comparison, makes us for-
get the drabness around it for a mo-
ment in admiration of its very bight-
ness.
When it's cold and drizzly and
chrerless and you try to remember
when you didn't feel sticky and un-
comfortable, it's more or less a re-
lief to see someone who looks as
though they might even be enjoying
the rain. Yesterday in front of the
Library we saw something green and
dewy like young leaves. The raincoat
was of pale green with a little hat
of the same shade that was rubber-
ized. Her umbrella was green with
an ebony handle in the form of her
initial.
Another outfit, of bright yellow
and of a heavy rubberized material,
had wide lapels that were faced with
brown. A wide brown belt and small
straps around the wrists made it se-
curely water-proof. The all-white
slickers with their black buttons and
belt are both smart and practical.
Speaking of things practical have
you seen the rubberized shoes that
are available? They are very light
and made of the same material as
many slickers, the kind that looks
like suede. The soles are entirely
made of cork and we are told that
they are very comfortable as well as
guaranteed water tight.
Jordan Hall Freshmen
Choose Betty Chapman

Jordan Hall freshmen elected Betty
Chapman of Albany, N. Y., dormi-
tory president for the year. Four
nominees were chosen by the direc-
tors and Elsie Feldman, as nominees
and presented to the class monday.
The candidates were Betty Chapman,
Dorothy Utley, Jane Haber and Jean
Durham. The only office a fresh-
man woman holds at the dormitory
will be the one occupied by Miss
Chapman. - - -

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At a meeting held in the League
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
plans were made for a carnival by
rmembersof the Undergraduate Cam-
paign committee for the purpose of
raising money ior the LeAguc under-
graduate fund.
It was decided to hold the carnival
the same nights as the Sophomore
Cabaret, December 9 and 10, using
the League rooms as bo(,ths for the
valous games.
The central committee consists of
Mrytle Cooper, '34, Chairman rVri Oostdyke, '35, general chair-
the Panhellenic Ball which will be man; Jean Berridge, '33Ed., assistant
held Nov. 25. chairman; Sue Mahler, '35, finance;
---- - - Louise Crandall, '34, Publicity; Ther-
Zeta Phi Eta Will esa St. John, '34, Decorations; Kath-j
erine Rentschler, '33, Properties. The
Present Plays For chairmen in charge of the various
Children Saturday booths, making up the gamescm-
~ mittee are Alice Boder, '33; Margaret
child~~n's~Fuller, '33; Nancy Ellen Reed, '33;
The frst of a series of children's Betty Lyons, '34; Gertrude Pcschke,
plays to be given by the Zeta Phi '34- Marjorie Johnson, '34; Mary
Eta forensic society will be presented Alice Frederick, '33; Elizabeth Grib-
Saturday, November 19, in the LydiaAlcFrdic,'3EizbtGi-
ble, '33; Cecelia Melody, '34; Billie
Mendelssohn theatre. Griffiths, '35; and Ruth Kaser, '34.
The two plays to be acted are "Cin- These women will make committee
derella" and "Snow White and Rose heseinwmen imiae c m
~appointments immediately.

Faeti Ity M~emnbers,
Hooredc4 Ar IDminer
Pledge teas, faculy dinners, and
formal faculty receptions, guest
night, and rushing dininrs, charac-
terize the social program of campus
sororities. Guests are :xp ctd for
the week-end and game.
ALP RA CIT OMGA
Baby minums provided a delicate
floral background for the pledge tea
which was given by Alpha Chi
Omego yesterday afternoon. Yellow
tapers graced the tea table. Mrs.
Boone Gross poured.
ALPHA OMICtON 'il
A formal faculty reception was
{ held Tuesday night at the Alpha
Omicron Pi sorority. The house was
I attractively decorated with red roses.
Mrs. H. G. Pulfrey poured. Seventy-
five guests were present.
Saturday morning a rushing break-r
fast will be given for ten guests.
Football decorations will be used.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Seven guests attended a rushing
dinner at the Alpha Xi Delta house
last night. Rust and yellow chrysan-
themums and yellow tapers decorat-
ed the tables. Mrs. Langford, pat-
roness was also present.
CHI OMEGA
Cornucopias filled with fruit car-
ried out the Thanksgiving motif at a
rushing dinner at Chi Omega sorority
last night. After dinner the guests
and members played games.
KAPPA DELTA
Kappa Delta will hold a rushing
dinner for six guests Thursday night.
The tables will hold white tapers,
white chrysanthemums, and place-
cards with the sorority crest. Mrs.
Anna Dillingham will preside at din-
ner.
PY BETA P111
Pi Beta Phi entertained members
of the faculty at a formal dinner
Tuesday night. Tapers and fall flow-
ers decorated the table.
The guest list included Miss Juva
Higbee, Professor and Mrs. Myron,
Chapin, Mr. and Mrs; R. C. Fuller,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hall, Captain and
Mrs. Arthur Custis, Miss Isabel Hub-
bard, Miss Helen Hall, and Dr. and
Mrs. Leroy Waterman.
Wednesday night the sorority en-
tertained six guests at a rushing din-
ner. Green tapers and fall flowers
were used as table decorations.
THETA PilI ALPHA
At the pledge formal held by Theta
Phi Alpha Saturday night, several so-
rority house mothers chaperoned.
Mrs Maude , Thompson, chapter

Leaoiie To Hold
SeeoIId Month1ly
Te On Friday
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The second of the monfli Lc uj
teas is to be held ioln 4 to 6 p. in.
tomorrow in the main ballroom of
the League, according to Ruth Rob-
inon, '34, bainn of the ial
committee, which is in charge of the
arrangements. Al Women on camnus, i
both student:a m Wmlers of the
faculty, are invited to ati end the
affair.
The progriun of entainment will
feature several numbers by the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club, under the
direction of Miss Nora Crane Hunt.
There will be dancing to the music
of Bill Marshall's orchestra, and
tables wil be available for bridge.
Members of the committee who
are assisting Miss Robinson include
Betty Bergener, '34, Josephine Wood-
hams, '34, Barbara Rose, '34, Mar-
celle Morford, '34, Mary Jean White,
'34, Mary Barnett, '33, Mary O'Brien,
'35, Ann Osburne, '35, Leonore Le-
Gendre, '34, Annie McIntyre, '34,
Edith Maples, '35, and June Ashton,
'34.
Michigan I)ames Group
Sponsors Book Section
Members of the Book Section of
the Michigan Dames, organization
of students' wives, met at 8 p. rm.
Wednesday at the League, to review
several examples of current litera-
ture. Mrs. James T. Bradbury, faculty
advisor of this group presided.
. The books discussed were: "Biog-
raphies of Andrew Carnegie," "Mark
Ascending" by Mazo de la Roche, "If
I Were You" by P. G. Wodehouse,
and "Kamongo," a collection of
scientific stories.
ORANGE FOOTBALL USED
STILLWATER, Okla. -- (P) - An.
orange-colored football, instead of
white, will be used for night games
at Oklahoma A. and M. college thisI
season. Coach Lynn Waldorf explains
the new color does away with flood-
light glare that bothered kickers and
receivers. Instead of orange jerseys
the Aggies will now wear white.
fall flowers, and dance music was
provided by Joe Conlon's orchestra.

Music Fraternity Holds ,pread To Be Held After
Ceremony For Initiate Hockey Game Thursdf
Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary and A spread will be held by the Won
lprofessional musical fraternity held en's Athletic Association followi
'its formal initiation ceremony for the hockey game, today. All womZE
Winifred F. Arthur, '34SM, of Grand who went out for hockey are invite
Ridls, lei tnig htat the League. Vir- 'and are asked toa m heetatPa
I sidecd.i is thirty."-five cents.
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The first, "Cinderella" will be di-}
rected by Marian Moore, grad. It
will be presented in shadow panto-
mine. Included in the cast are: Cin-
derella, Laurabelle Wilson, Grad.;
the prince, Edna Dobby, '34; the two
sisters, Rita Peterson, '34, and Elea-
nor Chase, '35; the fairy godmother,,
Myrtle Cooper, '34. Sally Sherwood,
'33, will read the story as the panto-
mine is enacted.
The second play, "Snow White and
Rose Red" is under the direction of
Eleanor Gilmore, president of Zeta
Phi Eta. It will be given in regular
play form. The actresses are: Snow
White, Virginia Frink, '35; Rose Red,
Evelyn Woolford, '33; the prince,
Mary McIntosh, '34, the mother,
Leonore Le Gendre, '34; dwarf, Billie
Griffiths, '35.
Between plays there will be chil-
dren's music probably children's
songs will be sung.

Phi Kappa Sigma hIouse
Fo Ibijd Ihi1W4 Saturday
Guest for the Phi Kappa Sigma
House dance this Saturday night will
be: Jean Robinson, '34, Nedra Alex-
ander, '36, Elizabeth Pascoe, '34,
Mabel Duncan, Flint, Helen Cook,
Claire Hagen, Ligonier, Pa., Wyn-
koop, Saginaw, Charlotte Whitman,
Ann Arbor, Evelyn Robinson, Cass,
Detroit, Evelyn Robinson, Cass,
Mich., Sally Olson, M u s k e g o n
Heights, Mich., Rosanna Manchester,
'36. '
Others present will be Mildred
McGloome, Flint, Billie Parr, Ann
Arbor, Ruth Sherwood, Kalamazoo,
Harriet Surprenant, Saginaw, Ann
Mitchell, '35, Priscilla Thornton, To-
ledo, Margaret Culver, '35, Dorothy
Hagevorn, Dayton, Ohio, Frances
Manwaring, '35, Dorothy Bradfield,

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The entertainments are open to Bay City, Lucille Defren, Newton,
everyone, according to Miss Gillmore, Mass., Sarah Pierce, '355, Mantena
although they are being given es- Noble, Benton Harbor, Mich.
pecially for the Ann Arbor children. The chaperones will be Dr. and
The admission price is to be ten Mrs. M. R. McGarvey and Licut. and
cents. The time of the plays, ten Mrs. Richard Coursey of Ann Ar-
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house mother, Mrs. Mary Tuller, Wedneschy evening the sorority
chaperone at Zeta Tau Alpha, Mrs. entertained six guests at a rushing
Blanche Harley of Chi Omega, and dinner. Black tapers and fall bou-
Mrs. Anna Dillingham of Kappa quets made the tUles attractive. Mrs.
Delta were those present. Maude Thompson house mother, pre-
Decorations included bouquets of sided, and Marie HeiLd, ':l5, was in
--charge of the affair.
UPPER DANCES FnSHI'

11-ead ngs, Music Feattire-
Women's Club Meeting
Mrs. F. C. CaChow and Miss Lucy
Chapin, delegates of the Ann Arbor
Women's Club to the general state
convention of women's clubs, present-
ed a business and social report of that
convention at the weekly meeting of
their organization held Tesday v
afternoon at the League.
Wilbur L. indsmnan, Jr.. '3:3,, a
member of the Interpretutive Arts
Society, gave several readings of
poems and pieces in keeping with the
Armistice theme of the season, to-
gether with some of his own work.
Mr. Donald C. Drake, of the Physical
Education department of the Public
Schools, gave two solos. Mr. Drake
was accompanied by his wife.

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