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'1)ee~esL~are Fr io1 To Talk On Po)itie
NM'iehIgan1S t ate4.Coll11egre A Cosmopolitan Meet

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Tcke Sale For
soIph Prom To
Start Monday
Will Be On Sale At Unioni
And By.Conmiriee t ;Bad
Not Yet SelectedI
Ticket sale for the Soph rom will
begin Monday, it was decided by the
committee last night. They will be
sold in the Union and by members
of the committee.
Selection of a band is expected by
Saturday. Under consideration now!
are those of Jimmy .Garrigan, Mil-
waukee, Louis Panico and Maurice
Sherman, Chicago and Johnny
Hamp of Detroit.
With the Sophomore engineer elec-
tion's over and various additions and
substitutions made, the complete and
final memnbership of the committee
is as follows:
Lewis Kearns, chairman, Charles
Greening, Kenneth Kinney, Ellen
Plummer, Jerome Wln'egarden, 'Carol
Hilty, George Lurie, George balby,
,Ralph Tracy, Donald Baird, Marie
Murphy, Colton Park, Horace Hess,
Anne Osborne, and Kay Moue.
Minnesota To Welcome
Michigan Wi Dancel
Telegrams from the University of
Minnesota extending a cordial wel-
come to Michigan students, and .in-
~'iting them to attend an oen house
dance held at the Minnesota Union
have been received by Evelyn Neilson,
'35L, president, of the Panhellenic,
Anid Joseph A. Zas, '33, president of
the student council, The invitations
stated that every effort would be
made to make the students welcome.
..eaguiie .Will Inaugutrate
C6mmnittee For Dante ,
Inaugurating a new policy, a recep-
tion committee will be appointed for
each Friday and Saturday League
dance, according to Jane ecleimr
'33, League dance chAirman, Jose-
phine Woodhams, '34, is charman
of the cohinittee of hostecsss.
Tonight Mary Louise Kssberokr
'34Ed., Margaret Alen, '34; Barbara
iSutherland, '35; Virginia Roberts,1 5
and. Mary Jean White, '34, will net.
ats hostesses. Saturday silght Mar-
garet Anderson, '34 )Helen Mason,
'34; Phyllis Swift, '34; Katheine,
Kent, '33; and Jane Fecheimer, '33,
are to be present.
Newman Club Will 1hld
An'nual Catholic M tv
The fourth of a series of annual
mixers open to all Catholic Students
and friends, will be held under the
auspices of the Newman Club, from
3 to 5 p. mn. on Saturday in the au-
ditorium of St. Mary's Student Chap-
el. Music for dancing will be provid-
ed by Joe Conlin's orchestra and a
radio will be set up in order that
those present may hear the Minnes-
ota game.
The committee planning the affair
is: Virginia C. Koch, '33SM, Mary
Jane Cummings, '36, Tony Roberts,
'35, Thomas S. Hession, '33, Walter
B. Allen, '33, Leola A. Mar, '33.

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Eli ram;i1S Were c toheduled for todiay and
War1d, pr esicient Lof theICori'?za1 t in
who Can not Carr1'y a ia,: l f perfUnm sp oke at 1Michigan !11StateCollege onl
in a grip withoutilln tw'e OrExalted Tsk'Hon. Webst>er
like, that.H. Peace, statie sulnerlItceentof
If you like d rytl perfume biotiles !public ill:trIuclto, spoke last night ,on
5tome lovel'ly oes re bexing shi,\Vn " idicaltionl-Wh'ithler Bund?"


T'f'urn-infrom theLi' re'-kt elletuI I-I:
'5spn'itof the Co<1inop(litiln Club), 1Mar-
iI MOMl. residenlt ofWtM Unverty
of Michigan eulcn lblil
Speak on "The Aftermlath 'At a1reg-
ular.1 meeting ,of the (Cl ,1ni tp. 11n.
f om7orrow inl Lane Hall.
Trhe humorlousSeof hePoP litl'R !
!slituat ion w«ill be pres;enlted by My.
Mo01,i view of the results of the re-
cent election. Mt~ol has had etens:Gl ive
exoerience in the fieldof ooitics.
having served as ca1mpalign ma:;lnger1
for Charles Sink who ranl for hllu

Mrs. Horatio J. Abbott opened her Winter winds 9°, , ' xcaim snows are allt
home for the monthly meeting of thenv io rting eint cyow aetaily
Slorah Ca;well Angell chapter of the ,u a eiomA dpa avcwt h omlxo.Cl
D., urghters of the American Revolur-
tion Thursday afternoon . Plans for l Roo isi Are Tlo lrovidc ete ed dyte sknsot#
Imeans heav y on the cleansing and
the year's program were discussed I E m terl'ainuini tl# nourishing creamns and very littleI.
and decided upon. Mrs. W. W. BishopI - water or astringents.
spoke to the members on various unAle"oignly(hreau otoltabu~hrei 1sbl
phases of her recent trip abroad. "SunAly rgnlyteLau o nyta, rnc sasbl
A muicalproram nde thedi-Carnival, will take place on Dec. 9j difference in the application of "win-
secionof rs Jon S Wrle, wfeand 10, the co-chairmen, Jean Ber- ter" makeup. 'Io beg'in with, it is!
of rofsso Wole, i scedued orridge, '33, and Marjorie Oostdyk, '33,; best to have abot twice the normal
the December meeting which will be have announced, amount of powdeir brase; it acts as a
held at the Kappa Alpha Theta The carnival will occupy the see- rtcfnooihepy,.cr bgt
chapter house. ond floor of the League, along with irnrge tan more eye-shaow is be-
"Trnd inMoer Ar" il beth ithe Sophomore Cabaret. There are g ng wrnta a few months a;o.
subject of the addres to bni e booths in which gamnes includ- Even perfume is affected by the drop
inindoor quoits, and shuffle-board intmeaurtesetlshair
by H. V. Henderson at the next meet-mabepaeadtepopigjitthsrssntecinalahr
ing and following that a costume mag beplyedranrtes poomng;thnthestress odhorieaate
party is being arranged for Febru- pongequipentni thegamesroomfhaneseflwerooours
will be open to everyone, Fortune Spaig botpru s.Lon
r. H .Jrm ilb ots telling,O silhouette cutting, and indoor has a new one out called "Murmurs."
to the organization when Prof. F. W. golf will also feature in the enter-Itsganedtomkyufelvy
Peesnwl pa eoetetainment., differently than you ever have before.
Peesnwl pa eoetegroup' Lelong has also offered an amusing
on "Icelandic Copenhagen." The 'There will be a meeting of the ceni- little travel set that is in the shape
progress of the continental congress teal committee today in the League of a tiny hat box only ab fout an inch
will be reported on at that meeting for the discussion of further plans. or so high, that contains three odours;
also. The chairmen of the committee in- ec odnntmr hnahl
In May the annual luncheon and chide. Sue Mier, '35, chairman of Iec odn o oetaahl
election of officers will be held in the, finance, Theresa St. John, '34, decor- _ rm hti h slto o hs
Leagute with Mr's. L. L. Clark as ations chairman, a n d Catherin~e 1)1 1r
chairman. Re ntschler, '34, chairman of proper- i aeflOpe iuS
_______________ ties, and Louise Crandall, '34, publi F rA nta a c
j his ity,,chairman. o inta a c
SpehTo 1o1Included in the booths commiit te- edea
Aninutal Debate Til1Csdhy are Alice Bates, '33, Margaret Fuller, h l y L w Ci
"Resolved that women be allowed oes , . c -ed,'33 e t y Announcement hasbe aeo
'3.4, Gertrude Testhk~e, '34, Mar'y asbe mdeo
to enter the front door of the Urn- Ellen Frederick, '34, Elizabeth 'a-;the engagement of Del Lampe and
ion," 1s the subject of a humorous ble, '33, Cecilia Melody, '34, Billy his orchestra to play at the annual
debate between teams representating Griffiths, '35, Ruth Kafer, '34, and Christmas dance, Dec. 9, at the Law
Alpha Nu-, men's forensic society, and Marjorie Johnson, '34. IClub.
Athena women's speech society, which According to Stuart. Redner, '33L,

now in all colors. Personally, we pre-
fer the black ones with the cutgls
stoppers. They make grand Clhrist;,
mnas gifts.
By the wvay, if you haippen to be
blonde and if by any chance you're
formal is white satinh lw ith ilver*cC-
cessories, look into this attecLr of sil-
ver eye-shiadow. It's out nlow and
1101oul be very effective.

Affair TuwsdaN'

Sigma Alpha fota, honorary musi-1
cal. society, held a tea Tuesday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Samuel T.
I liana on Hill Street, with Mrs. Carl
Huber as assistant host ess. About
50 guests, including alumnae, pat-
ronesses, and actives, weore present,
and were entertained with a pro-
gram given by Mrs. Maud Okkleberg,
pianist, Marion Struble Freemani vio-
linist, and Tate Keith Field, vocal
Mrs. C. Glover and Mrs. George
Patterson, former patronesses of the
organization, poured, and the ap-
pointments were red and white roses
and tall red tapers.
At the next meeting of Sigma Al-
pha rota, to be held Nov. 22 in the
League, Mrs. Elmer Ottaway of Port
hluroiiNvill be gvi, achapter honor(-
arny dlegree, which will be presentcd
by Virglinia For-sythe,'3M. rs
Ottatway is the inational pretsidlent of
the Federat'<tioni of Music clubs., .ta
was formerly :i member of [he, Alpha
chapter here.}

~I e are offering these special
S groups of dresscs . .. all of them
# ~ late fall models in silk crepe andIl
wool. f
oaue $10 .95
Ii X12.50$
w.Vaue... 8.95
13 Also a. few remaining
smart wool gowns . . .
G lov s Wool Hose ; Cotton
A few odd sizes at Fraltpso Blouses
t h e exceptionally To wear with the
13lo ~sports wear, ever popular woolen
95C T95t T $1.00
9 H U B L E Y S H OP;
1] Nickels Arcadle
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will tak'e place at 8 p. mn., on uvesd y ,
November 22, in thie Alpha Nn r oom~i,
Angrell 1~l
This debate, which ist ~ an anal
affair, between the twvo organizatJions,
Swill be carried on by thewe two teams.
For, Alpha Nu the 'following 11en11will
debate: Charles Rtogers, '34, John I
Huss, '33, Charles Brownson, '35.
Representating Athena will be:
Gladys taken,3, president of the.
society, Alice Gilbert, '33, and Martha
Littleton, '34.
Last year, the two ciuibs met in de-
ba te over the subject of the necessithi
for abolishing social activities to the~
advant~age of increased scholarship,
Athein twin on this occasion by an
aud1ience d' f!ecistin.
The metmbrs ci the two organ-ia-
t ion's; anid anry s(tdent or townsmanI-
in1terest~ed are inlvited'to attkend a!)d

IW.AA. Phuis
Outdoor Paty
For Staturdayi
A tobogganing and skiing party'
Saturday, -will start off the outdoor
activities program, to be carried out
under the direction of the Women's
Athletic Asc sociaioncz, Glendor.. Cos-
cling, '33, chain-an of the oatdloo r 1
clubs has announfcd.1
All women aore intvited to zattend thQ(
party, and those who :u{e intere;+ed
in joining u ric(-all ofi wthe three!
W.A.A roustet ibesC h~lb
the OWIito')r co"kin'g(Club1, ;and t he
Skatiig ad Skin~_Club5, nmayreie

the Law Club was fortuinate in secur-
in~ the orchestra, which has so ,sue-
c ,ssfully chart-ed nii ny (dancers with
ts mu"S11sic.
Before its present eng agement at,
the Club, Wisconsin in Milwvaukee, the
baind playied iat the Trianion and Ar"a-
g;on Clubs in..Chicaglo, and the Wl
liam P'enn Hotel in Pittsburgh; and
was a feature. of. the Studebaker,
Champions radio program for some!I
Myron WVialz, a member of the lbancd,
famous for hais symphonic airrangerv-
mnents of Oley Speaks' "Sylvia," :and
Gyeorge Gersh {win's f-haj).-ody inj
Blue,'has cr 11'ted ew rendt i ;ot
several popitlIan numiber's, which will
be :feaGtred' on thze or'chestr'slist, of
As iaS!part t of the pro -ng ra I , c1 t i e tt
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