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NOVEMBER 16, 19Z-.

THE UICHIG:AN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Second Assembly Banquet Will Be Held Monday, Dec.

2, At League

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Will Sing At Ball

THE SPORTING LADY
By THREE BLIND MICE

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We heard that several people attended a house party at White Lodge,
Cordley Lake, last Saturday including Eileen Lorenz, Jean King, Virginia
Roxborough, Rose Nabors, Marion DeBeer, Viola Oppenner, Mabel Jessup,
Betty Fromm, Benice Wettman, Reba Nance, Marjorie Link, Nancy Seibert,
Margaret Holdgate, Louise Paine, Jean Gourlay, Brenda Parkinson, Nancy
Stonington, Emilie Marcus, Miss Dorothy Beise, and Miss Marie Hartwig .. .
The truck left the W.A.B. at 2:30 on Saturday and headed toward Dexter.
Upon arrival at White Lodge the baggage was settled and a game of
touch football was immediately instituted with Nancy Stonington in her
blue ski suit as one captain and Marjorie Link in her red suit as the other
captain . . . Lot stakes, telephone poles, and tall weeds finally marked the
boundaries . . . The game ended with a scoreless tie, the first half being
played as strictly touch football and the last half with the female version
of what a tackle is . . . a drizzling rain began and an impromptu volleyball
game began ...
Water Sports Enjoyed...
Meanhile, a party of four, led by Virginia Roxborough was discovered
on the lake in a row boat, having difficulty as to speed since they were rowing
backward . . . A harder rain drove everyone but Jean Gourlay, Brenda
Parkinson, and Miss Hartwig indoors, and they decided to hike ...
Before dessert the one thought was what happened at Champaign . .
The radio was on at last and a play by play description had everyone prac-
tically standing on their heads . . . Sympathy went out to the players
and the weather conditions for the game at White Lodge that afternoon
was played in the rain ...
After dinner everyone just plopped and thought of the problem stories
suggested by Emilie Marcus and Betty Fromm . . . As the evening wore on
greater activity began . .. a game of sardines packed at least nine under
one bed leaving the rest to hover around .. .
Down To Business ...
Jean Gourlay led a discussion on selection of sites for camps and
houseparties and the planning that was necessary . . . Brenda Parkinson
briefly reviewed the sports seasons of W.A.A. Goodnights were finally
said and 10:30 found everyone in bed ...
Everyone was down to breakfast at nine ... Rose Nabor, Marion DeBoer,
and Viola Oppenner had already taken a hike . .. The truck came all too
soon and deposited everyone safely at the W.A.B. at 11 o'clock, having
arrived in a swooping style amid the singing of "Pop-eye the Sailor Man,
too, toot." .. .
The hockey game between the Michigan women's hockey team and
Michigan State was played Thursday, both teams being cheered on by
patriotic spectators from both schools . . . The Michigan team wore the usual
costumes including Debby Leonard's and Jean Gourlay's bright red hats ...
Michigan State came in a body in tan leather jackets and black shorts ...
It was apparent as soon as the game started that the odds were for Michigan
... The playing was almost entirely around the State goal, though the
visitors often gained ground with long shots down the field . . . Carrie Wal-
lach, in her maroon gym suit and white shirt did some outstanding playingr
as center forward.. . She and Marj Neuman showed splendid cooperationt
in taking the ball the shortest route from the center line to the goal -.- I
After several narrow escapes for State, Carrie shot the ball between theI
posts and past the goal guard for a score of 1-0 .. .
The rest of the first half saw some more defensive playing on the part2
of the State players . . . Thelma Peterson made a dramatic shot straightI
from the 25-yard line to the goal, but the goalie was on her guard and kept
the score from being two . . . The half finished with no more gain for either
side
As the second half started it began to get dark and the ball went backt
and forth from one end of the field to the other with no results . . . Statev
made a long rush almost half the length of the field and Debby stopped9
it short . . . It was a valiant play because she immediately fell down withI
a charley horse and had to be taken off the field . .. Dr. Bell even came
around with her car and turned it into an ambulance ... Lois Spreen, Mich-
igan goalie looked cold for the rest of the game . . . She didn't seem to havet
much work to do with her faithful fullbacks intercepting the ball everyF
time it came near her . .. Sally Kenny did some nice blocking when thel
State team got a little too close . . . State's noble efforts were to no availF
for the rest of the game and the whistle blew leaving the score still 1-0 ina
favor of Michigan.
Martha Cook Victorious ...a
The volleyball tournament is progressing by leaps and bounds . . .
In the game between Martha Cook and Gamma Phi, Betty Wells, Catherines
Peck, Elizabeth McIntyre, Barbara Johnson, Betty Kelser, Mary Bennett,t
Margaret Souter, and Betty Todd from Cook emerged victorious over Jean
Fisken, Betty Chapman, Dottie Webb, Louise Sprague, Agatha Hardy,
Virginia Allmand, Mary Potter, and Betty Sherk, Gamma Phi's . . . We
really think the Martha Cook girls owe half their skill to that fortitude
which enables them to appear in shorts, no matter how cold the winds t
blow about Palmer Field . . . And now they've only to meet Alpha Omicrona
Pi, whose latest victory aver Helen Newberry was really something to wax p
eloquent about, and the winner of the A tournament willbe decided . .
Meanwhile the B tournament isn't advancing as rapidly as we'd hoped itB
might ... So far Jordan and Alpha Epsilon Phi are the only two in the
quarter-finals .. .
Bettie Ross and Merida Hobart have advanced to the finals in the tennis
tournament, Bettie defeating Caroline 6-3, 6-4, and Merida winning from
Frances Alpert 6-3, 6-1 in the quarter finals . . . The finals haven't been
played yet due to the misty weather we've been having .. .

Enter William Tell...
To continue with this subject of tournaments, the Archery tournament
is over and Eva Goldman, '38, is the winnah with a score of 219 and Alma
Malone, '39, the runner-up, with a score of 193 . . . Miss Beise was telling
us all about the tournament and it seems that they first shot from 40 yards,
then from 30 yards . .. She further announced that she was proud of the
way they braved the cold and all . . . And she really thought the archery
this fall was a great improvement over last spring ...
And did you see the match between the men's and women's bowling
teams at the Union Open House . . . Thelma Petersen, Brenda Parkinson,
"Tink" Johnston, Adele Gardner, and Jean Gourlay represented the women
and put up a noble battle all in all . . . It went this way, the men (need we
add, with a handicap) won the first game, the women the second ...
Over at Barbour Gymnasium, we had a lovely time watching everyone
scurrying around and registering for the indoor athletic season . . . Judging
from the mobs, it would be a good idea to dash over there if you have any
visions of getting into some specific class for this season . . . And we just
couldn't help admiring the antics of Barbara Stewart as she swung around
on the rings very nonchalantly...
Interested In Shootin g?... -
A rifle meeting is scheduled for Wednesday at 4:30 at the Women's Ath-
letic Building, and anyone interested is urged to be present . . . As the as-

Audrey Talsma
Is Chairman Of
Annual Dinner
500 Non-affiliated Women
Are Expected To Attend
Function
The second annual Assembly ban-
quet is to be held Dec. 2 in the Ball-
room of the League, Audrey Tasma,
'36, chairman of the banquet, an-
nounced late last night.
Miss Talsma also named her cen-
tral committee at that time. Betty
Green, '36, is to head the finance
committee; Olga Shartess, '36, and
Helen Louise Arner, '38, publicity;
Angeline Maliszewski, '38, Virginia
Snell, '38, and Jean Jackson, '38,
decorations.
Haines To Speak
Prof. Donal H. Haines, of the jour-
nalism department, and Miss Alice C.
Lloyd, dean of women, have been se-
lected as the main speakers for the
banquet.
Senior Society, honor sorority for
independent women, will inaugurate a
new custom this year when they hold
their annual tapping ceremony for
new members shortly after dinner,
according to Miss Talsma.
In addition to the regular program,
a song festival has been planned,
and will be directed by Ruth Clark,
'36A. The honored guests for the
banquet are to include members of
the dean of women's office and the
directors of all of the dormitories.
500 Expected To Attend
More than 500 women are expected
to attend the banquet, passing last
year's number when 415 women were
present, Miss Talsma stated.
This affair will mark the second
banquet ever sponsored on the cam-
pus by the unaffiliated women. It
corresponds to the traditional Pan-
hellenic banquet which is given every
year by the sorority women.
Miss Talsma, a resident of Martha
Cook dormitory, has been active in
the Assembly, serving as vice-pres-
ident this year as well as the social
chairman. She was also a member
of several Assembly committees last
year.
CHILDREN'S THEATRE
Tryouts for story tellers for the
Children's Theater will be held at
4 p.m. Tuesday at the League. The
job of story tellers is to relate the
story element of the plays before they
are presented to the grade school chil-
dren, according to Mr. Valentine B.
Windt, director.
HOLD TEA FOR NEW WOMEN
A tea for all women new on campus
will be given under the auspices of
the Presbyterian church from 3 to 5
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mrs.
N. W. Kunkel, 1417 South University.
Mrs. W. P. Lemon will act as as-
sistant hostess.
ANNOUNCE PLEDGING
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
pledging of Florence Weismann, '39,
New Rochelle, N. Y.

Banquet Chairman

Martha Cook Will Hold
Tea After Game Today
A tea will be held after the Mich-
igan-Minnesota game at Martha Cook
for all residents and their guests.
Refreshments will be served in the
blue room, which will be decorated
with chrysanthemums and tapers.
The serving-tables will be set before
the fireplaces at each end of the
room, in which fires will be burning.
Mrs. George Codd and Miss Sara
Rowe will pour.
CLEAN ING...
PRESSING.. .
R REPAIRS...
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Try our superior
service for the best
cleaning results.
Repairs are part of
our regular service.
T9UBB' Huron,
TUBB'So. 12th S.

WE'RE MOVING!
Because of the number, of
_ new students, we have found
it necessary to move to larg-
er and more modern quarters.
A ALEXANDRA
School of Cosmetology
formerly at 324 Maynard
NOW AT
601 EAST WILLIAM
One Block Off State
Dial 4702
7 to 11 P.M.
TUESDAY EVENING
.November 19th 8
Everybody is invited to our
OPEN HOUSE
DOOR PRIZE - a $10 Gab-
rieleen Permanent Wave will
be given by the Gabrieleen
Demonstrator.
REFRESHMENTS

Audrey Talsma, '36, chairman,
announces committees for the sec-
end Assembly Banquet to be held
Dec. 2 in the League Ballroom.
CABARET TRYOUTS
Angel Maliszewski, general chair-
man for the annual Sophomore Cab-
aret, announced yesterday that try-
outs for singing and dancing parts
in the cabaret will be held from 4 to
6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday in the
Garden Room of the League.
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Marion Mann
To Appear At
Annual Dance
Marion Mann, novelty singer and
radio entertainer, is to be featured
as the soloist for the Panhellenic Ball
to be held from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.
Nov. 29 in the Ballroom of the
League.
Miss Mann, who started her career
as a radio entertainer at the age of
16, has been singing with Emerson
Gill's orchestra for the last 3 years.
She made her first Ann Arbor ap-
pearance at the Senior Ball in 1934.
Gill and his orchestra will come
to the Panhellenic Ball from Detroit
where they have been filling an en-
gagement in the Cocktail Lounge, of
Hotel Webster Hall.
There are still a few avaliable tick-
ets for the ball, according to Betty
Anne Beebe, '37, chairman of the
ticket committee. They have been
placed on sale in the various sorority
houses, and will be on sale to inde-
pendent women next week if there
are still any left.
Two-thirty permission has been
granted to the women after the ball
in order that they may hold the tra-
ditional breakfasts.
Final arrangements for the decora-
tions and favors will be completed'
soon, Sue Thomas, '36, chairman of
the ball, announced.
ALPHA DELTA PI
The members of Alpha Delta Pi
sorority will hold an informal supper
tonight, followed by an evening of
cards. Guests from out of town ex-
pected to attend the affair are: Doris
Paulson, '35, Eloise, and Pauline
Buckland, '35, Mt. Clemens.
Eye Glass Frames
Repaired.
Lenses Ground.'
HALLER'S Jewelry
State Street at Liberty _

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"You can't catch them
unless you use bait."
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
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THE ORATORICAL

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REAR ADMI RAL BYR
HILL AUDITORIUM

NOVEMBER

18, 8:15 P.M.

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Tickets Now at Wa hr's
Single Admissions: MAIN FLOOR $1.00 - BALCONIES 75c
Reduced Season Ticket Prices (7 Lectures)
$3.25 -x$2.75 - $2.50

BEAT
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Shampoo and F
Mron., Tues., Wed.
25c
SOUTH STATE

SHOP
End
Permanents
$j.00
Finger Wave
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
35c
DIAL 3544

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but Not in
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