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THE MICHIGAN .DAILY

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Interfratermty
Ball Committee
Names Patrons
Floor-Show Promised For
First Annual D a n c e ;
Tickets Sell At Dollar
Patrons for the Interfraternity
Dance, to be held Saturday, at the'
League under the sponsorship of the
Interfraternity Council, were an-
nounced yesterday by James Doty,
'34, chairman of the dance commit-
tee.
The list follows:
Dean and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus,
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley,
Maj. and Mrs. Fred C.- Rogers, Dr.
and Mrs. Maurice R. McGarvey, Prof.
and Mrs. Jesse S. Reeves, and Prof.
and Mrs. 0. J. Campbell.
Tickets for the dance will cost $1,
admitting either a couple or stag,
according to Harold Schmidt, '34,
who is in charge of ticket sales. The
allotment of five tickets to each
house was delivered yesterday to all

Financial Obstacle Mounted In
Novel Rushing Entertainment

Despite strict rules for economy in1
rushing being followed by the soro-
rities this season, several original and
unusually clever parties have been
planned for entertaining guests. The
rushingdinners at one sorority are
being carried out on an interna-
tional plan, with the well-known
southern and Italian dinners as
specialties.
The guests at another house were
served a unique dinner on the deck
of a ship.. A ship-like atmosphere
provided the decorations.
The "Gay Nineties" provided
themes for a few dinners. At an old-
fashioned dinner some of the women
were in costume and old-fashioned
garden flowers and white tapers dec-
houses, and may be purchased at
either the League or the Union.
Music will be provided for the
dance by Max Gail's orchestra, ac-
cording to Doty, and entertainment
in the form of a floor show has been
promised by members of the commit-
tee.

orated the table. Another old-time
theme was the Bowery dinner with
its checked tablecloths and candle.
At each place was an appropriate
hand-painted place card.
The women of one house rambled
through the woods to find lovely"
vari-colored leaves and boughs of
trees to form centerpieces at dinner.
Bronze and orange tapers blended
beautifully with the hues of the
changing leaves.
The Germans cannot be forgotten
when it comes to food, so at one
house a German dinner withtcider
and pretzels was quite appropriate.
Candles in beer bottles and red-and-
white checked cloths decorated the
tables.

Topics Chosen
y Round Table
For Semester3
Four Leading Prof essorsf
To Talk, Lead Discus-
sions This Fall
Four faculty members, leaders in
their respective fields, will speak and
direct discussions around the theme
of "This Changing World" in the
Freshman Round Table Discussions
this semester.
Prof. R. D. McKenzie of the so-
ciology department will deliver the
first address Oct. 1 on "This Chang-
ing World." He will be followed Nov.
5 by Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the
history department, whose topic will
be "Religion in This Changing
World."
Prof. Bennett Weaver of the Eng-
lish department will address the
Round Table Dec. 3 on "Personality
in This Changing World," and Jan.
8 _Prof.Leroy Waterman of the Ori-
ental languages and literature de-
partment will discuss "Relationships
with God in This Changing World."
In addressing the 225. freshmen
and a score of faculty members at
the inaugural breakfast of the Round
Table Sunday, President Alexander
G. Ruthven said that "changes in
attitude are inevitable but under
right direction it is always possible
to insure that a change be an im-
provement."
Each central topic will run through
a month, according to Dr. Howard
Chapman, director of the Council of
Religion. The round table for each

ENTERTAIN IN CABARET STYLE
Dinner served in cabaret style,
with dancing between courses, was
the original entertainment of Alpha
Gamma Delta sorority on Monday
night. Entertainment was provided l
by Betty Ferrell, '35, and Evelyn
Wolford, Grad., who read Amy Low-
ell's "Patterns.,'
month will be supervised by a faculty
member who will present his subject
the first Sunday of the month. Dur-
ing the following three weeks a num-
ber of selected upperclassmen fa-
miliar with the theme subject will
meet with a group of from 15 to 20
freshmen to discuss the material as
originally presented.
The Freshman Pound Table is
sponsored by the Council of Religion,
the Student Christian Association,
and the social department of the
League.
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Miss Shirley
Married

Sergeant
To Alumnus

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

Of interest to friends on campus
was the marriage Saturday of Miss
Shirley P. Sergeant. daughter of Mrs.
Clare I). Sergeant of Ann Arbor, to
Charles T. McGuire, '29, of Augusta,
at the home of the bride. The cou-
ple left immediately following the
ceremony for West Virginia, but they
plan to make their home in Augusta.
Mrs. McGuire is employed in Uni-
versity Hospital.
ATTRACTIVE DINNER
Theta Phi Alpha sorority, contin-
ued its rushing season with an at-
tractive dinner last night. A cen-
ter piece of xenias and dahlias with
red tapers decorated each table.

FOR RENT
SUITE for (two men with running
water. Als single downstairs room.
Shower baths. 614 Monroe.
41
DOUBLE and single room for women,
$10 a month. 535 Churh St. 38
DOUBLE and single rooms and board
for Jewish students. Located near
the Intramural Building. 611 E.
Hoover. Ph. 2-3478. 1
FURNISHED apartment. 3 rooms,
private bath, Frigidaire, large bed-
room, good location near- campus.
Dial 7352, 911 Forest. 6
ONE single room. Reasonably priced.
Located near Intramural Building.
912 Sybil. 2
ATTRACTIVE, centrally located, one
with running water, Graduate stu-
dents. Professional people or men
undergraduates. Haunted Tavern,
417 E. Huron. 4-7781. 5
TWO or three-room apartment, near
campus with electric refrigerator,
$22. 1115 S. University. Phone7561
ATTRACTIVE suite. Private bath for
2, 3, or 4 upperclassmen. Also one
double. 912 Forest. 19
THREE-room apartment with bath.
Furnished or unfurnished. All mod-
ern improvements. Garages in con-
nection. Close to campus. 419 N.
State. Phone 5380. 16
FRONT SUITE. Single or double. $2
each. 709 Lawrence. Phone 6494.
QUIET room for graduate student or
instructor. 13 Cutting Apartments,
opposite Hutchins Hall. 20
ONE suite of rooms for one or two
students. $5.00 weekly. 430 S. Fifth
Ave. 21
SINGLE and double rooms. Suite
with cooking privileges. Reason-
able, desirable location. 429 S. Di-
vision.
LARGE room for two men in pri-
vate residence. S. E. Section. 20
minutes from campus. Garage
available. Tile bath and shower.
Plenty of soft hot water. Use of
radio and billiard room. Call stu-
dent owner, noon or evening, 3378.
23
FOR RENT single rooms for women.
703 Haven. 24
SUITE with private bath and
shower for three or four. Also
double room. Boys' approved
house. Dial 8544, 422 E. Washing-
ton. 28
ONE double and two singles. Rea-
sonable. 931 Greenwood. Approved
house. 4
FOR RENT Single rom. Also two
rooms for light houbekeeping. 520
E. Ann. 12
ROOM with private bath and dress-
ing room. Southeast of campus.
Private entrance. Dial 7352. 911
Forest. 7
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY-A microscope
suitable for use in medical school.
Phone , 3598. 29
STUDENTT with reading ability to
translate German or French pub-
lication for reasonable pay. Call
3378, noon or evening. 30
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD AND
new suits and overcoats. Will pay
3, 4, 5, and 8, 9 dollars. Phone Anr
Arbor, 4306, Chicago Buyer. 5x
1LTV iA Q

TAXICABS,
ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large com-
fortable cabs. Standard rates.
2x
TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. lx
NOTICE
VOCAL instruction by experienced
teacher. Miss Johnson, contralto.
Graduate, University School of
Music, pupil of Horatio Connell,
Philadelphia. Phone 4685. Reason-
able rates. 39
THE Used Book Exchange will be
open at Lane Hall Sept. 25-30 to
receive and sell books. 17
PIANO TUNING
~PIANO TUNING. The Concert Art-
ist Tuner. Phone 6776. Victor All-
mendinger. Office at residence. Ex-
elusive tuner for University School
of Music. 8
LAUNDRY
WE DO your laundry work for one-
half the usual price. Phone 2-3739.
11
LAUNDRY wanted. Silks, wools
guaranteed. Quick service. Call for
and deliver. 611 E. Hoover. Phone
5594. 32
LAUNDRY carefully done and hand
mended. Phone 7-3054. 1718 S.
State St. 18
STUDENT and family laundry. Good
soft water. Will callfor and de-
liver. Telephone 4863. 3x
PHONE 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
FOR SALE
MASIVE rosewood table, suitable
for fraternity or sorority, piano-
bench, antique stand. 904 S. State.
Phone 4685. 40
FOR SALE: Chevrolet coupe. Rumble
seat. Good rubber. Good general
condition. Phone Cook, 2-1517. 37
BOARD
BOARD for Jewish students. Deli-
cious home cooking. Special chick-
en dinner, 50c. 611 E. Hoover. Ph.
2-3478. 31
CO-EDS, PLEASE
do not read this -
As a feature of the first night
auto races ever held in Michigan,
at the fair grounds track Friday
night, there will be a beauty con-
test open to all Michigan Co-eds
to pick an unofficial sponsor for
the football team.
The race management has
added this extra feature to an
evening of promised thrills to
please the students.
This will not be a BATHING
BEAUTY contest, .no show of the
limbs, etc. Just a parade as'Miss
Co-Ed appears on the campus.
Judging (by a select committee
from the varsity football squad,
names unannounced) will be on
POISE, CARRIAGE, BEAUTY OF
FACE and PERSONALITY.
The winner will receive a round
trip railroad -ticket to the Chicago
game and a seat "somewhere near
the coveted 50 yard line." Possi-
bly, also, some publicity.
Just fill in the blank and mail
to President Robert Alber, Wash-
tenaw County Fair Ass'n, c-o
Dodge Motor Sales Co., city.
Name.....................
Address .. ...................
Phone number ...............
(Note-this is no publicity stunt

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MISS PINNS, World Famous Beauty Consultant,
will be at our 324 South State Street store this week Thursday,
Friday and Saturday

(onsulting Hours:

9-12 and 1-5 . . . on the Balcony

Please accept our personal invitation to consult Miss Pinns.
There is no charge.

Calkins-Fletcher D rig Company

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Serious Sophomores
jolly juniors
Seasoned Senior
are all set for school
if they have plenty of
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wear we suggest this
smart tie of black or
brown peca-pig. Square
cyelets give distinction.
Boulevard heel.
For tea and dining
your costume is smart-
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Black or brown kid also
in black suede leather
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classroom select this
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