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FRIDAY, OCT. 6,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CAMPUS SOCiETY

Senior Women
Honored With
Scholarships
Michigan Alumnae Award
Prizes For Outstanding
Scholastic Achievement
Winners of the scholarships award-
ed by the Michigan Alumnae Council
to senior women have been an-
nounced. Marian Giddings, '34; who
has achieved 283 honor points out of
a possible 285, led candidates in scho-
lastic achievement. Ruth Duhme, '34,
followed with 266 honor points. Bar-
bara Andrews,.'34, was awarded third
place with 256 honor points.
Dean Alice Lloyd, who has assisted
the Michigan alumnae in their proj-
ect, stated that the three highest rec-
ords had been selected from many
excellent applications. These schol-
arships of $100 each were awarded'
on a purely scholastic basis, each'
applicant having a B average or
better.
Fraternity Will
Entertain With
Formal Dance
Sigma Nu fraternity will open the
fall social season tonight with the
first formal dance of the year, to be
given in the chapter house on Ox-
ford Road. The affair will be in the1
form of a dinner dance honoring the
Eunomian Society of Michigan State
College, who will be house guests for
the week end.'
Arrangements are being made for
60 couples. Patrons and patronesses
will include: Dr. and Mrs. Lowell G.'
Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunn, and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oakes, all of Ann
Arbor. The motif of the affair, which1
will be carried throughout the exten-
sive decorations, will stress the ap-
proaching installation of Eunomian
as a Sigma Nu chapter. A buffet sup-
per will be served on the balconies
of the ball-room and in the garden
during the earlier part of the evening.
Music will be furnished by Johnny
Harbard's orchestra from Detroit,
augmented by entertainers.
Guests of the local Michigan State
chapter will include the Misses Dor-
othy C. Hammersley, Joy Stewart,
Elizabeth Rowe, Ruth Robinson, Vir-
ginia Pelhank, Eleanor Anderson,
Dorothy Bone, Germaine Kehrer,
Jane Reynolds, Gertrude Walker, Vir-
ginia Coe, Doris Enoch, and Nancy
Reed.
Contract Lessons
Begun At League
At the first of the contract bridge
lessons held Wednesday night at the
League, 25 bridge enthusiasts had
their initial instruction. The series
of eight lessons is being offered this
term for $2, according to Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
League.
No single lessons will be given, ex-
cept to sorority women who, on ac-
count of rushing, were unable to be
at the first lesson. If these women
will get in touch with Miss McCor-
mick she will arrange a time when
they can have their first lesson so
that they will not miss any of the
eight lessons.
The lessons are given by Mr. John
Mathes, who conducted a similar
series last year. Mr. Mathes is known
for the honors that he won at the
Culbertson bridge tournament last
year.

Marriage Announced
By Michigan Graduates
Announcement of the marriage of
Mary Frances Abele, '30, of Saginaw,
to James Noris Teets, '31, of San-
dusky, has been made by the parents
of the couple. The wedding occurred
last Saturday in the rectory of the
Sacred Heart Church at Saginaw.
Mr. Teets is a member of Tau
Kappa Epsilon fraternity, while Mrs.
Teets graduated from the library
science division of the University.

1Voted Saxohonist
And Band To Play
Tonight At League
Nonni Bernardi's orchestra, called
ace broadcasting band of the Mich-
igan Radio Network, is featured to-
night at the Mayfair dance in the
League ballroom open to all students
and faculty members.
According to the new policy of the
League dance managers, several well-
known and popular dance bands will
be brought to Ann Arbor for the en-
joyment of campus groups. Bernardi,
the first of this series has been the
featured saxophonist with several
noted orchestras, his last engagement
being with Glenn Gray's Casa Loma
orchestra, Columbia network favo-
rites.
He will bring with him petite Eve-
lyn Garvin, well known to radio fans
for her work on both Columbia and
NBC networks with Joe Reichmann's
orchestra from St. Louis. Pretty Miss
Garvin is also a veteran of several
theatrical appearances throughout
the country at Fox and Publix houses.
Annual Conference Of
Michigan Women Opens
The twelfth annual conference of
the Michigan state division of Amer-
ican Association of University Wom-
en began yesterday at Jackson to
continue through Saturday. Mrs. W.
D. Henderson is state president and
Mrs. F. B. Fisher is state secretary
while a number of University faculty
members are to speak at the conven-
tion.
The principle address will be given
by Dr. Meta. Glass,. national presi-
dent of A. A. U. W. Dr. Arthur B.
Moehlman and Prof. Preston W. Slos-
son, both of the University, will give
addresses.
It is a democratic fallacy to believe
that people want to govern them.-
selves.-Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels,
Reich minister of propaganda.

Complaining that she had been a cago. The coach, she said, dreamed
"football widow" too long, Mrs. Ethel and talked about football all the
Sanford, husband, Clyde, coaches a time. Once, she said, he gave her a
professional football team at Needles, dollar, and said, "Now I want my
Calif., filed suit for divorce in Chi- half back."

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line! Your sport togs can
be just as slim and smart
as your evening dresses
without losing a particle
of the practicality you
must have when the frost
is on the pumpkin! And
the team is doing its best!

AT FO'TBAI

TIME

Every smart footballfari kriows that Smart Wools-are THE thing. Choose
from rabbit's hair, mixtures in Liberty blues, rust, zenia and eel gray.
Annex- $6.95 to $10.95 (Others to $39.75)
Or, you can wear a Twin Set Knit Dress. They are in one piece with scarfs
and ascot ties. Annex- $5.95 to $10.95 (Main Store -to $25)
How about a Sweater and Skirt? The Twin Set Sweaters are of soft wooly
yarns in all Autumn shades. Skirts are oxfords, browns, wine, navy, black.
$295 to $4.95
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made in the
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manner for
your pledges
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SIGNALS!
Peaks and Brivns for
Football Hats
You can go into a huddle over this ques-
tion of best hats for games and you'll come
out with one of them. They're perfect!
$2.95 and $5.00

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