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>EAY, OCT. 16,193E TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Beta Theta Pi Formal Dance

To Be Held At Union

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Soph Cabaret
Petitions Must
Be Filed Today
Today is the final day for women
to petition for positions on the cen-
tral committee of the Sophomore
Cabaret, Maryanna Chockley, '37,
head of the Judiciary Council, an-
nounced yesterday.
No petitions will be accepted after
today, Miss Chockley said. Applica-
tion blanks, to be filled out in full,
can be found on a table in the
Undergraduate Office of the League,
A mail box is next to them in which
the blanks should be placed.
Ten positions are open for petition-
ing. These are the general chair-
manship, assistant chairmanship,
and the heads of the following com-
mittees: finance, hostess, entertain-
ment, publicity, program, costume,
decoration and music.
Interviews will take place next
week, Miss Chockley said. The sched-
ule which has been arranged by the
council will be the following: 4 to 6
p.m., Tuesday, 3 to 4 p.m., Wednes-
day, 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday, and 3 to
6 p.m., Friday.

Tweed Jackets Are
Styled For Evening,
Lined With Sequins

List Of Patrons
Is Announced
Bv Chairman

If you are one of these courageous I(
young ladies that can wear anything,
here's an idea on the latest creation. Fraternity Colors Provide
Get a tweed evening coat, faced or Decorations Beta Louse
shot with sequins. Thic jacket is Plans Dinner Tonight,
made similar to a tweed sport jacket.
It boasts wide revers, is tightly fitted Patrons for the Beta Theta Pi for-
and double-breasted, and sports two mal dance, which will be held from,
pockets. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the Union
The shoulders jut out, and the Ballroom have been announced by
sleeves are split about two or three John Seeley, '37, chairman of the
inches up from the cuff. All this committee.
is shot with lame. With this wear They will include President and
a casual pleated shirt-waist dress of Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean
silver lame material. ind Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean
However, if you feel that you want and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Prof. Wil-
to look smart in something not quite Liam H. Wait, Prof. and Mrs. Ken-
so radical, or if you must watch neth C. McMurry, Dr. and Mrs. H. H.
the dollars, follow these fashion Cummings and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
hints. Get one of those new, hand- Earhart.
knitted gold evening sweaters, or an Chaperones for the dance are thel
evening dress that has a removable Honorable Junius E. Beal, Prof. and
peplum, or, best of all, one of those Mrs. Allen S. Whitney and Mr. and

Modern Campus Belle Is Far
Cry From Timid Predecessor
College Miss Now Invades nine out of 10 plan to marry. The
All Realms Of Activity girl who hopes to get nothing out ofI
sctiiy,college life other than an intellectual
Goinliines Careers background for a life-long career is
an exception rather than the rule.
It was just about 75 years ago Six out of eight girls on campus
that the first woman made her ap- frankly admit that they would like
plication for admission to the Uni- a career even when married. It keeps
versity of Michigan. The misjudged them from "falling back in the
and neglected sex had to elevate it- bridge-playing life," and making
self in the eyes of the leading sex, themselves hopelessly miserable with
she felt, and it could only do so by inactivity.
being on an equal basis with it. The Michigan woman student has
However, this invasion of sacred definitely changed since the time she
portals was looked upon with so was first admitted to the Michigan
much hostility that the college, campus. She has become mentally
woman in order to preserve her hap- unrestricted, better poised and more
piness and peace of mind had to con- mature. Above all she has adapted
form to set rules of behavior as set herself to college life very readily
down by the men students. The and has been able to relate her edu-
timid little usurper would creep into cation to her racial function.
the back rows of the classroom and
sit there inconspicuously. Her activ-
ities were confined to the effort of
vindicating her intellectual urge by
working for a degree and nothing
more.

Golf Tourney Date
ChangedTo Oct. 26
The deadline date for the qualify-
ing round of the women's golf tour-
nrA m ntf h A c htn dnnct.nr frn

The members of Crop and Saddle,
women's riding club, will open their
fall season with a supper ride be-

UenU as peen JUipUL.ginning at 5 p.m. tomorrow, it was
Oct. 18 to Oct. 26, it was announced
yesterday by Mary Jane Mueller, '38 announced yesterday by Eleanor
women's golf manager. French, '39, women's riding manager.
The entire 18 holes for the round Any members who have not been con-
must be played at the same time and tacted about this are urged to get in
the score card signed by the partner touch with Miss French at 7117 as
of the player and turned in at the
clubhouse at the University course soon as possible.
or at the desk at the W.A.A. build- This year's schedule will include
ing. both breakfast and supper rides, Miss
The eight women with the high- French said.
est scores will automatically become ren _ _sai_.
members of the women's golf team _______
and receive the privilege of playing-
on the University links without charge Jewelry and
until the tournament next spring. Watch Repairing

READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

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tricky little evening dresses that have
beads or painted bands on the bor-
der.
READ THE WANT ADS

e0 with a keen sense of
Fashion and Thrif t.
0 exciting new Coats
for all day and every day
wear! The kind you can't

Mrs. M. W. Wheeler.
The ballroom will be decorated in
the fraternity colors, the committee
has announced, and the Beta Theta
Pi insignia will be hung in lights
over the orchestra platform.
Ben Pollack To Play
Ben Pollack, dean of sophisticated
swing, and his orchestra will provide
music and entertainment in the form
of rhythm and novelty numbers.
Tickets for the dance, at $2.50 a
couple, will be sold today at the
Union and Van Boven's, but guests
will be unable to buy them at the
door,eaccording to the chairman.
Freshmen are urged to get their tick-
ets as early as possible, as upperclass-
men will probably be favored in the
case of a sell-out.
The fraternity is planning a dinner
to be held before the dance tonight.
Among those who are to be present
are the dance committee members,
John Seeley, '37, John Barker, '37 and
Stewart Johnson, '37, who will have
as guests, Josephine Wilcox, '37, Anne
Frederick, Grand Rapids, and Mary
Helen Hurley, '38.
Peach Satin, Black Moire
Miss Wilcox will wear a black moire
gown with which polka dots, white
pique collar and high puff sleeves,
and Miss Hurley will be in peach
satin with a fitted jacket and silver
shoes.
Others attending the dinner will
be Thomas Mackey, '37E, with Betsy
Baxter, '38, Bill Loose, '38, with Jose-
plhine King, '39, Walter Harkins, '38,
with Mary Jane Frye and Robert
Griffin with Julia Ann Welch, '39.
Calvin Stetson, '37, will attend with
Angeline Maliszewski, '38, John Park,,
'37, with Barbara Worth, Detroit,
John Rice, '37, with Shirley Stone,
'39, and Robert Goodyear, '38, with
Eileen Cross, '40.
Among those planning to attend
the dance are Bradley Tyrrell, '38 and
Alice Lotts, '40, Robert Johnson and
Roberta Leete, '39 and John Haigh,
'38 and Janet Maclvor.

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Women Gain Prestige
Today, however, the Michigan
women has come into her own on
the campus and a mental, emotional
and physical evolution has taken
place in her make-up.
It had been feared that the girl
could not adjust herself to the nerve-
wracking routine of college life. She
would find it too difficult to master
the studies already familiar to the
men, it was believed. Today it is
feared that the woman student will
walk away with most of the honors.
In several fields such as sociology and
education women now excel the men.
Wome Enter All Sports
Physically, there has been a con-
siderable change. The women's
bloomered calisthenics of a few years
ago have been replaced by active
sports, before undertaken only by
men. There is no men's sport, except
football possibly, at which the woman
does not try her skill.
The Victorian squeamishness about
sacrificing all for a career is also
passing out of existence. The Uni-
versity woman's ideas regarding mar-
riage and a career are quite a con-
trast to the pre-war ideas of the
first woman student. Whereas the
old-fashioned girl believed, and
quite sincerely, that marriage and a
career could not mix, the girl of
today feels that the two are insep-
arable. What every undergraduate
wants from college nowadays is a
well-rounded background for her fu-
ture family life. Girls plan on hav-
ing four or five years for an active
career after graduation, and then
Anzac Athletes
To Be Honored
At Open House
Honoring the 14 members and three
delegates of the all-Australian hockey
team visiting here today, an open
house will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.
today at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing. Sally Kenny, '38, will be in
charge.
The team will be entertained at
lunch by the Ann Arbor Hockey Club
and taken on a tour of the campus
in the early afternoon. Because of
a match scheduled with an all-Mich-
igan team Saturday in Detroit, they
will not play a game here, but it is
hoped that they will give a demon-
station of the different hockey plays.
The team is composed of forwards:
Dr. Garlie Hodges, Margaret Knight,
May Pierce, Jean McKay, E. McRae
and L. Winspear; halfbacks: Mabel
Cashmore, M. Taylor, who captains
the team, D. Sholl and F. Faul; full-
backs: M. Haywood, E. Thompson, A
McKinney and E. Tazewell. F. L.
Danye, M. Fox and A. Margarey are
the delegates.
Stopping here on its way to the
national hockey tournament to be
played in Philadelphia, the group is
one of the six foreign teams touring
the country.
ARO INSTiTUTE MEETS
The Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ence held an organization meeting
at 7:30 last night in Room 348 at the
West Engineering Building at which
85 members were present.
The main speaker, Wilbur Nelson,
'35, told of the workings of the Lock-
heed Airplane Co. with which he is
connected. Plans were also discussed
for the trip to Selfridge Field which
the club is to take Saturday to see
the Mitchell Trophy race.

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Bradley that's a requisite for col-
lege -or anywhere! Jacket and
skirt of bright-flecked Cashmere

Tweed.

Underneath: Zephyr

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Sketched from Stock
$22.75
Others $12.95 to $25.00
Sizes 12 - 20

sweater-blouse in plain
stitch and strong color-
contrast. Tri-color scarf.
Basic fall costume shades.

The Collins Shoppe

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Store Hours: 8:30 to

5:30; Saturday, 9:00 to 9:00.

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Visit Jacobson's Winter Showing of

RECEIVES R.O.T.C. MEDAL
E. J. Carpenter, '37, of Detroit re-
ceived a Markmanship Medal from
army headquarters yesterday, ac-
cording to R.O.T.C. officials.

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