TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Baines, Dean Lloyd
Address Second Annual Assembly
Expect 500 Independent
Women To Attend Affair
Senior Society, honor sorority for
independent women, will institute a
new custom when it holds its annual
tapping ceremony immediately after
the conclusion of the Assembly Ban-
quet, which is being held tomorrow
night in the League Ballroom.
The Banquet will be the second af-
fair of its kind in campus history, the
first being held last year. Donal
Hamilton Haines, of the journalism
department, and Dean Alice C. Lloyd
will be the main speakers at the func-
tion.bA song festival, including Mich-
igan songs sung by the entire as-
sembly as well as group singing, will
be directed by Ruth Clark, '36A.
Tables are to be arranged according
to zones and dormitories.
500 Expected To Attend
More than 500 women are expect-
ed to attend the banquet. Members
of the central committee are: Betty
Green, '36, chairman of the finance
committee; Olga Shartess, '36, and
Helen Louise Arner, '38, publicity;
Angeline Maliszewski, '38, Virginia
Snell, '38, and Jean Jackson, '38,
Audrey Talsma, '36, is acting as so-
cial chairman for the affair. Miss
Talsma, a resident of Martha Cook, is
also vice-president of Assembly. She
was a member of several committees
connected with the organization last
Patrons And Patronesses
Patrons and patronesses include:
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Edward H.
Kraus, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean' and Mrs. Wilbur
Humphreys, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss
Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher,
Dr. Margaret Bell.
Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Mr. and Mrs.
Donal H. Haines, Mrs. Lucille Con-
ger, Mrs. Martha L. Ray, Miss Isa-
bel W. Dudley, Miss Ann Vardon, Miss
Ruth H. Danielson, Miss Kathleen W.
Codd, Mrs. Katherine R. Parsons and
Miss Mildred A. Valentine.
Other guests of honor are: Jean
Seeley, '36, president of the League,
and Jane Arnold, '36, president of the
The Assembly organization was
started last year by Senior Society,
which is one of the oldest honor or-
ganizations on the campus. The pur-
pose of Assembly is to interest un-
affiliated women in scholastic and so-
cial activities, according to Maureeen
Cavanagh, '36, president.
To accomplish this, League Houses
are divided up into zones, five houses
or about 40 women comprising a zone.
Two representatives from each zone
and chairmen from the dormitories
attend the monthly Assembly meet-
ings to participate in plans for the
two main functions of the year, the
Banquet and the, Assembly Ball in
the spring. The latter, the only af-
fair of its kind, will take place in
March of this year. The Ball chair-
man is selected by petition. Last year
Georgina Karlson acted in this
capacity. Late permission is extend-
ed for this function to give time for
breakfasts after the Ball which cor-
responds to the Panhellenic Ball for
BETTER PLUMS, APPLES
A new plum which won't fall off
the tree even when fully ripe and a
new apple which will keep for a
month without cold storage were of-
fered today by the University of
Minnesota fruit breeding station.
O Un with the New
All the exciting things
to do on your social t
calendar demand New
Frocks with the "New
. Season"look for which
our New Collection isz
The prices are easyj
on the Christmas budget
Sizes from 12
Campus Sale I
Of Ball Tickets
Patrons And Patronesses
Are Selected For First
Release tomorrow of the remain-
ing tickets for a general campus
sale for the Engineering Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
the Union, was announced last night
by Francis Wallace, '36E, chairman
>f the ticket committee.1
Walking, Talking Camel Joins
Children's Theatre Play Cast
By JEWEL W. WUERFEL
A camel who not only walks but
talks, will be seen at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre Friday and Satur-
day nights, Dec. 6 and 7 in the pro-
duction of "Aladdin and His Wonder-
ful Lamp" given by the Children's
But the camel is not imported from
the Arabian desert. He is made of
flannel and chicken wire, with a large
hump on his back and operated by
two men. His name is Nuphsed, and
he is the creation of Oren Parker, de-
signer of the stage settings for the
chairman for J.G.P.
her complete list
Announcement of the system to be
used this year in collecting the as-
sessments to be used for the support
of the Junior Girls' Play was made by
Grace Snyder, chairman of the fi-
iance committee, last night.
Every women of the Junior Class
will be assessed $1 as her contribution
to the activity, Miss Snyder said.
Collections are to be made in the
sorority houses, dormitories, and
league houses within the next two
weeks. Miss Snyder expects to have
all the money in before the Christmas
Members of the finance committee
who have been assigned to collect
from the women living in the various
houses include: Marian Barnum,
Betty Basse, Mary Bennett, Mary
Jane Brotherton, Ruth Clark, Marg-
aret Edwards, Adelaide Ely, Billie
Faulkner, Agatha Fergert, Marjorie
MacIntosh, Jane McDonald, Mary
Montgomery, Ruth Sandusky, Irene
Souter, Barbara Schacht, Virginia
Smith, Barbara Spencer, Louise
Sprague, Mary Lou, Trawick, Edythe
Turtelaub, Mary Louise Willoughby,
and Virginia Wyatt.
Guest Tea Is Held
By Theta Phi Alpha
Theta Phi Alpha sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Eureka Ca-
hill, '39, North Rose, N. Y., and the
initiation of Evelyn Arnold, '37, Vul-
The sorority entertained at tes
yesterday afternoon in honor of the
following guests: the Misses Edmarie
and Francesca Schrauder, Monroe.
Mrs. B. J. Swanson, Fort Wayne
Ind., Mrs. E. R. Baker, Miss Marior
Mrs. William Burns, Mrs. George
Mundus, Mrs. Farrell O'Neill, the
Misses Mary and Josephine Wede-
meyer, Mrs. Harold Riggs, Miss Mary
Bowen, Mrs. George Bowen, and
Mrs. W. W. Wedemeyer, Ann Arbor.
Decorations were carried out in a
green and silver color scheme.
The sale has been limited up to Story Book Scenery
the aesnie n mtednte According to Parker, the scenery
the present time to students in the has been designed in a story book
College of Engineering. The re- style. "There is no distortion of formI
stricted sale has been heavier than and the elements of the scenery can
anticipated, according to Wallace, be recognized, but all is greatly styl-
and this fact, coupled with the limi- ized and the coloring is extremely
bright and fantastic" he said.
:ation of the number of tickets to be Ofthe three changes of scenes, the
cld tc 175, makes it essential for one in the cave is the most impres-
hose wishing to attend to secure sive, Parker believes. Stalactites
:heir tickets early in the week. hanging from the ceiling shape the
Tickets may be purchased at the opening. At one side of the cave is
Union desk, from Wallace or other a ladder by which Aladdin descends
nembers of the Engineering Ball into the treasure cave, which i. filled
2omnmittee, and from a stand which wit chests of gleaming jewels. It is
will be located on the first floor cor- in this cave where Aladdin finds the
.*idor of the West Engineering build- wonderful lamp which immediately
ng, directly over the Arch. grants any wish hetmakes. The re-
ng. irecly oer te Arh.cuit is a series of strange occurences
Teddy Brewer's orchestra, now such as slaves suddenly springing out
laying at the Indian Room in In- from behind the chests, food descend-
lianapolis and broadcasting reg- ing from the air and tables and chairs
ilarly over the Columbia Broadcast- miraculously appearing.
element was the design she submitted. 1
The water-color pictures of the scenes ;
on display on the bulletin boards in
the League were done by Dorothy
Tickets On Sale
Season tickets for adults for the3
1 hree plays to be offered are being,
sold at $1 in the office of MissEthel A.
McCormick at the League. It was an-
nounced by Miss McCormick that
only a very limited supply of tickets
still remain. Season tickets for chil-
dren are selling at 50 cents and tick-
ets forsone play alone are priced at
The drive being made by the
Theatre Arts committee for dona-
tions from sororities and fraterni-
ties to enable public school children
to attend at least one of the three
plays is proving quite successful ac-
cording to Lois King, '37, chairman,
for already 66 children have been
provided for and contributions are
still coming in. Last year over 1001
were sent to the plays.
The other two plays to be given will
be one of the stories from the life
of Robin Hood and "Alice In Won-
derland" which will be presented by
Play Production. Valentine V. Windt
is directing the plays and he is being
assisted by Virginia Frink.
FACULTY TO BE HONORED
President and Mrs. Ruthven are
holding a reception in honor of mem-
bers of the faculty from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. tomorrow at their home.
Cake and tea will be served. The
tables throughout the house will be
decorated with bouquets.
Women To Classify
For Winter Sports
Brenda Parkinson, '36, president of
the Women's Athletic Association, has
asked all University women whose
homes are in Ann Arbor to sign up
with the managers for sports for next
semester, which already are being or-
The women should get in touch
with the manager of the zone in
which they live and should sign up on
the bulletin board in the Woman's
Athletic Association building, for the
sports in which they are interested.
The chairmen of the various sports
are: Bessie Curtis, '36 Ed, basketball;
Louise Paine, '36 Ed, badminton; Bet-
ty Robertson, '37, riflery; Thelma
Peterson, '37, bowling; Grace Gray,
'37, fencing; Mary Montgomery, '37,
swimming; and Julia Ann Wilson,
300 South State St.
HOSIERY and LINGERIE
ng System, has been secured for the
The patrons and patronesses for'
the Engineering Ball were an-
nounced yesterday by Wallace. The
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Herbert C.
Sadler, Dean and Mrs. Alfred H.
Lovell, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Walter B.
Rea, Professor and Mrs. Henry C.
Anderson, Professor and Mrs. Alfred
H. White. '
Professor and Mrs. Benjamin F.
Bailey, Professor and Mrs. John S.
Worley, Professor and Mrs. Lewis
M. Gram, Professor and Mrs. Clar-
ence T. Johnston, Professor and Mrs.
Edward A. Stalker, Professor and
Mrs. Edward L. Eriksen, Professor
and Mrs. Henry W. Miller.
Professor and Mrs. J. Raleigh Nel-
son, Professor and Mrs. Walter C.
Sadler, Professor and Mrs. James H.
Sams, Professor and Mrs. Edward
M. Bragg, Professor and Mrs. Walterj
E. Lay and Colonel Rogers.
Another gay scene is the one in
the palace, with the building in
bright oranges against a black back-
ground. It is this palace which the
magical abilities of the lamp are able
to transplant from Bagdad to the
Moroccoan desert. Sound effects will
help to create .the effect of the build-
ing swirling through the air.
Street, Of Bagdad
The third scene is one in the streets
of Bagdad. Oriental buildings in
brilliant colors and several minerets
form the background. It is in this
scene that Nupho-d appears.
The contest for designing the most
unusual and appropriate cover for
program was won by Mary Schwendt,
'37. The head of Aladdin in bright
colors and with a rather fantastic
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