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Harvest Hop Will J
Tomorrow Set Try-Outs Will Be Held
As D a te For For Children's Theatre
Tryouts for the Children's The-
Formal Danee ater will be held from 7:30 to

Fe e

Pre- ThanksgivingFeature

eign Guests To
Feted At Dinner

Tickets Are $1.50; Shan
Austin From College Inn
To Play At League
Plans have been completed for the
Harvest Hop to be held from 9 to
1 a. in. tomorrow in the ballroom
of the League, according to Hubert
Skidmore, '35, chairman of the dance.
The dance is to be formal, and, since
it is to be held on the night before
Thanksgiving, ought to be a gala af-
fair, he said.
Shan Austin and his orchestra are
to play for the dance. They come
here after an engagement with the
College Inn in Chicago. They will
bring with them a soloist of note,
MillierObenor, a blues singer, who
has recently completed an engage-
ment with the Casa Loma orchestra,
and who also is a featured radio
Tickets Selling Rapidly
The tickets, which are priced at
$1.50 a couple, are selling rapidly in
spite of the fact that many students
plan to go home Wednesday, Skid-
more said. They can still be pro-
cured, however, at the League, at
Wahr's, and at Slaters.
The unique part of the dance, is
that it is for both independent and
affiliated students. It is also the last
social event of the autumn, and, as
such, committee members hope to
make it the style event of the year.
In co-operation with the committee,
campus shops are displaying winter
formals for the occasion. Photog-
raphers from Detroit are expected to
take pictures at the dance for roto-
gravure sections.
The four class presidents have been
invited as the honor guests. This is
to carry out the idea of making the
dance an all-campus affair.
First Of Its Kind
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League, believes that
this will bo an excellent opportunity
for the students to get "all-dressed,
up" and celebrate the holiday. The
dance, she said, is the first of its
kind on campus, and she said it
ought to prove quite popular.
Patrons and patronesses for the
dance include President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Commander and Mrs. W. H.
Faust, Dean and Mrs. Wilber Hum-
phreys, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dean Wal-
ter B. Rea, Rev. and Mrs. Henry
Lewis, Miss Alto B. Atkinson, Miss
Ethel McCormick, and Dr. Luther
S oph 1mres To
Collect Cabaret

8:30 p. m. every night this week in
the League, according to an an-
nounce.ment made by Miss Ethel
McCormick, manager of the the-
atre. Both men and women stu-
dents are eligible to tryout. As the
project is sponsored by the League,
the women trying out will get ac-
tivity points.
Uion To Hold,
Dance Nov. 29
A special Thanksgiving dance will
be held tomorrow night at the Union,
with the regular Union band play-
ing, it was announced yesterday,
Dancing will begin at 8:30 p. m.
and continue until 1 a. in. In ac-
cordance with the custom of past
years, those attending will be given
chances on a drawing for four free
meals, two to each of two couples.
The numbers will be given with each
admission ticket purchased and the
drawing will be held later in the
Winners will be guests of the Union
at its special Thanksgiving days
Women Go To Last
Out-Of-Town Game
Many women left the dormitories
last week-end to attend the North-
western game, returning to Ann Ar-
bor Sunday.
The list from Jordan includes Jose-
phine Day, '34, Wilma Bernhard,
'37, Alma Harbican, '36, Libby Selin,
'35, Hanna Kaplan, '34., Camilla
Bowman, '35, Virginia Randolph, '37,
Louise Florez, '36, Esther Falk, '35,
Jean Hatcher, '37, Lucile Peloguin,
'37, Phyllis Price, '36, Delta Glass,
'36, Marguerite Merkel, '37, Martha
Bowen, '34, Agnes Hanna, '35.
Those from Helen Newberry dorm-
itory were Mary Jane Brotherton,
'37, Marjorie Western, '35, Frances
O'Dell, '37.
Theta Chxi IS Host T-
Group For Tea Dance
Theta Chi fraternity entertained
at a tea dance Saturday which was
in charge of James Bauchat, '35. The
chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Power and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Wilson, of Ann Arbor.
Among the guests were: Lenore Le-
Gendre, '34, Annetta Diekhoff, '33,
Betty Van Dine, '35, Marjorie Turner,
'37, Margaret Martindale, '34, Esther
and Harriet Greenwood, '36, Jeanne
FSeppel, '37, Maurine Burnside, '36,
Betty Sweeney, '37, Gladys Draves,
'36, and Marian Donaldson, '37, and:
the Misses Helen Sheehan and Helen
Beckler, Detroit.

A large number of acceptances
have been received in the office of
the foreign students for the Thanks-
giving dinner for foreign students to
be held tomorrow in the Union. In-
vitations have been extended to all
foreign students. The affair has been
made possible through the co-opera-
tion of the University, the Union, the
League, the Student Christian Asso-
ciation, the Rotary Club, and the
student groups of the various
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves will be the
speaker of the dinner. Professor
Reeves is"an authority in interna-
tional relations.
The International Directory, which
will be distributed for the first time
at the affair, is part of the program
to be carried out by the newly estab-
lished foreign students' office to as-
sist these students in their life on
campus. Mr. J. Raleigh Nelson, who
is in charge of the banquet, is the
newlysappointed counsellor to for-
eign students. It was at Mr. Nelson's
instigation that the International Di-
rectory was made possible.
Foreign students have been urged
to wear their native costume to add
to the color of the occasion.
Miss McCormick Gives
Dinner In Hussey Room
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League, gave a dinner
last night in honor of Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven' and faculty women who
helped her during Orientation week.
The dinner, which was carried out
on a cabaret plan was held in the
Ethel Fountain Hussey Room of the
Roland Fulton, '36, and Jean See-
ley, '36, entertained with a tango
number, and a trio made up of Miss
Seeley, Ernestine Richter, '36, and
Edith Ferrin, '36, sang.
The third art forum in the series
sponsored by the Student Christian
Association is to be presented at 4:15
p. M. tomorrow in Lecture Room D
on the first floor of Alumni Memorial
Hall. Prof. Glenn D. McGeoch of the
School of Music will speak on "The
Fundamental Principles of Music."

Large Crowd
Is Expected At
Women's Ball
PanheIlenic Decorations
To Feature Evergreens;
Unique Favors Chosen
Only a few of the 300 tickets issued
for the Panhellenic Ball Friday re-
main to be sold, according to an an-
nouncement made by Jane Brucker,
'35. tickets chairman. These tickets
will be placed on sale at the League,
she said.
Betty Spray, '35, general chairman
of the ball, will lead the grand
march, escorted by Robert E. Miller,
'34. Other committee members who
will follow Miss Spray in the march
are Anne Osborne, '35, Kay Leopold,
'34, Miss Brucker, Nan Diebel, '35,
Mary Savage, '35, Mary Louise Kess-
Berger, '34, Mary Stirling, '35, and
Josephine McCausey, '34, president of
Decorations for the dance will be
carried out with evergreens. Trees
will be placed in the corners, and
cedar roping will be draped at both
ends of the ballroom. Large baskets
of chrysanthemums, placed around
the room, will complete the decora-
tive theme.
Programs and favors will be com-
bined in the form of a metal book-
mark; the program itself being in
blue. These will be distributed at the
Dick Fiddler and his orchestra,
formerly of the Lotus Gardens in
Cleveland, will play.
Alpha Nu will hold its regular
weekly meeting at 7:30 p. m. today I
instead of tomorrow, because of
Thanksgiving Day holiday, it has
been announced. Charles Rogers, '34,
will lead an open forum on the ques-
tion of government ownership of
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