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WEDNESDAY, OCT.28, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Two Organizations To Fete Independent W omen

Dance Planned
By Assembly
Senior Society
Charlie Zwick To Furnish
Dance Music; Hallowe'en
Theme Emphasized
To Be Held At League
Mary Bennett, President1
Of Society To Act As
General Chairman
A tea dance for independent wom-
en, to be sponsored by Senior Society
in conjunction with assembly, will
be held for the first time in campus
history from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday in
the League ballroom, it was an-
nounced recently by Mary Andrew,
'37, president of Assembly.j
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra
will furnish the music for dancing
and the theme of the decorations will
be based on Hallowe'en. There is no
charge for admittance and all inde-
pendent women are invited to attend,
and bring their friends, Miss An-
drew said.

To OpenLet(Cu re Series

Curtis To Give
'How To Study'
Lecture Today,

Gay Wool Kerchiefs
Tne U)a Wardrobes
With BrightAcet
Now that almost five weeks of

Women To Tell
Alumnae Group
About League

THE MICHIGAN
Leaves Ann Arbor (E.S.T.) .2:08 P.M.
for

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Cunelia Otis Skinner as she ap-
pears as Nell Gwyn in~ "The Loves
of Charles I." Miss Skinner will
appear in "Modern Monologues"I
in Hill auditorium tomorrow nightj
to open the Oratorical Association
Lecture Series.
Senate, Faculty
Gives Welcome

school have rolled past. the bloom is
Freshman Women To Hear InCharlotte Rueger, '37, president of;
beginning to f ade from all the newthLegadGrc yd,'7,
" lthe League, and Grace Snyder, '37,
Second In New Series things you brought back for this president of Mortarboard, senior hon-
Of Study Talks semester. They are still attractive, or society, will speak today at the
y' es but wearing the same clothes to the meeting of the Lansing Alumnae As-
The second in this ya' eiso oito ttehm fMs oi
same classes on the same day of each socion a ns gom as M uis
"How to Study" lectures for fresh-'I Fead in Lansing, it was announced
men women is to be given by Prof. wyesterday by Mrs. Lucille B. Conger,
Francis D. Curtis of the education ward them. Don't lose heart entirely executive secretary of the League.
school at 8 p.m. today in Natural however, for you can better this sit- Mrs. Conger will also speak, dis-
Science Auditorium, it was announced uation materially by one simple ex- ( cussing Alumnae plans for the years
yesterday by Jean Hatfield, '37, chair- pedient; get a supply of vari-colored 11936 and 1937. Miss Rueger and;
man of the orientation committee. kerchiefs Miss Snyder will talk on subjects re-
During Orientation Week several lating to the League and undergrad-
examinations were given to the enter- Kerchiefs can individualize both uates, and on the League Lantern,
ing freshman class and the results of sweaters and dresses. Just lately, new publication.
these tests were used to determine shops have been receiving wool The meeting will honor Mrs. Stowell
those first year women who would squares in plain and mixed autumn Stebbins of Marshall who is the na-
most benefit by 'these lectures. This colors. The prints in wools are espe- tional chairman of the association,
group was notified about the series cially unusual with human figures and Mrs. Conger said.
by the dean of womn's office. i flower patterns much in evidence. This week-end Mrs. Conger will
yAttendanceo wl b comp ulsory for* For a plain brown sweater, a ker- attend a state meeting of the
this group and upperclass advisers chief with a girl of brown printed on A.A.U.W. at Grand Rapids. She will
will be present to check on this. Al- a yellow ground would be such a dis- take this opportunity to confer with
though the series is designed express- tinctive touch that its owner would the leaders of Alumnae work in that
ly for these women, Miss Hatfield em- be quite reconciled to wearing it city, she stated.
phasized the fact that any others, again. All-over Paisley prints are
including upperclassmen, who feel good for plain colors too. And tweed Ka a Phi Entertains
weaves have an imported look that PPa
they need this help are urged to at- makes them nice accents for any cos- 53 Women At Dinner
Last week, in the absence of Profes- tume.
sor Curtis, Prof. S. A. Courtis, of the But it really isn't necessary to buy Kappa Phi entertained 53 uni-
same department, opened the series an entirely new stock of scarfs. Your versity women of Methodist prefer-
with a talk on "Taking Lecture evening handkerchiefs and large lin- ence at a rushing dinner held yester-
Notes," which incorporated many val- Ien sport squares are effective as ward- day at Stalker Hall. Mary Alice
uable practical hints. In his lecture robe-brighteners. Chiffon does not Smith, '39, who was in charge of the
crs aiy adteclrsaeuul dinner, was assisted by Sally Mes-
Professor Courtis said that the suc- crush easily, and the colors are usual-
cess of one's note taking depended ly clear and jewel-like. sing, 37Ed. The program, under
one' mantaiingthe ropr _______________the direction of Dorothy Armstrong,
upon one's maintaining the proper '36, was based on the theme for the
attitude in class. He stressed the fact year "Women Who Have Achieved."
that students should have a definite W e er O Several Methodist men assisted with
goal while taking notes and gave them the serving. Margaret Forsythe, '38,
helpful specific hints as to methods aker Toda is general chairman of rushing.
which could be most successfully em- Sp ake To ay I ignealchiranofruhig
n] rved ,

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Senior Society Chosen Sponsor I e
Senior Society, an honor organiza- 1 o M em bers'
tion for independent women, was
chosen to sponsor the tea dance by
Assembly, Miss Andrew stated. Mary Record Crowd Present At
Bennett, '37, is president of the so- Annual Rece tion; Dance
ciety, wil lact as general chairman.
Members of Senior Society were ap- At Union
pointed as chairman of the various
committees for the affair. One of the largest Senate Recep-
Ruth Clark, '37, will be chairman tions ever held was given from 8:30
of the patroness committee while the p.m. to midnight yesterday in the
decorations will be under the supervi- ballroom of the Union. President and
sion of Barbara Schacht, '37. Frances Mirs. Ruthven received from 8:30 to
E. Carney, '37, has been chosen to 10 p.m. Mrs. Ruthven chose a flow-
take charge of publicity for the ered brocade gown with a flower of
dance. the same material at the neck for the
Dean Alice Lloyd To Preside occasion.
Patronesses for the affair have not Several dinner parties were given
yet been announced, Miss Carney before the formal reception, one of
said. Dean Alice C..-Lloyd, and Mrs. the largest being for the members of
Byrl F. Bacher and Miss Jeanette the faculty of the dental school, and
Perry, assistants to the dean of wom- held in the Union. Mrs. Paul H. Jes-
en will preside at the tea tables. erich and Mrs. J. W. Kemper were
Members of Senior Society will hostesses. The table was attractive-
assist at the affair. . A special invi- ly decorated with bittersweet, candles,
tation to attend has been extended pumpkins containing fruit, and a
to the members of the League Coun- centerpiece of candles and white
cil. grapes.
The Union ballroom was decorated
l for the occasion with chrysanthe-

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After his talk tonight Professor
Curtis will give this first lecture on
"Taking Lecture Notes" over at 9 p.m.,
for those who missed it last week.
Two more lectures will complete the
series. The next talk is scheduled for
Nov. 3 and the concluding one forI
Nov. 11. Professor Curtis is to give
the remaining talks also.
After the conclusion of the series,
study clinics will be held on Wednes-
day nights in Natural Science Audi-
torium, Miss Hatfield said.
Tri-Delts Wig FirstI

ea reF rum mums, palms and ferns. At one of V ly al Contes
'I I til~lil the two tables at which coffee and PflLst
cake were served during the evening
10 Start Today was a rare orchid from Sumatra, and In the first game aof the volley-
at the other was a bouquet of fall ball tournament, Delta. Delta Delta
flowers, defeated Adelia Cheever 29-22 yester-
For Freshmen flwr.dyi abu ynsu.Det
Among those who poured were Miss day in Barbour Gymnasium. Due to
Alice C. Lloyd, who wore a short- a misunderstanding, the game be-
As a continuation of the regular sleeved gown of ivory taffeta orna- tween Collegiate Sorosis and Delta
orientation program the first in a mented with crystal beads and Mrs. Gamma was not played.
series of informal discussion meetings A. C. furstenberg, whose green and Members of the victorious team in-
is to be held at 4 p.m. today at the white print, trimmed with a scarlet eluded Mary Katherine Andrus, '38,
League, it was announced by Jean flower was particularly attractive. Phyllis Cannon, '40, Frances Everard,
Hatfield, '37, chairman of the orien- Mrs. Shirley Smith chose black satin '38, Marian Fleming, '40, Jane Gie-l
tation committee, with red touches at the sleeves and secke, '39, Jean Harrison, '37, Betsy
Any questions which the freshman neck, and Mrs. H. M. Bates wore mid- Harrington, '40, Pauline Kalb, '39,
women may have will be taken up by night blue with a lavendar flower. Jane Lyon, '39, Mary McNeil, '40, and
the group, Miss Hatfield said. Sub- Mrs. H. C. Sadler who wore an Mary Matgomery, '37.
jects such as academic programs, the attractive dubonnet-shade gown with i Women playing for Ade9a Cheever
various activities open to first year a metallic thread was talking with included Laura Brilliantine, '39, Jane
women, and any topics which the Mrs. L. M. Gram who was stunning Campbell, 39, Marjory Framer, '38,
freshmen wish to bring up will be in black crepe accented with silver June Longhurst, '38, Florence Mich-
discussed. touches. Mrs. J. E. Beal, in black linski, 39, Ida May Schillig, 37,
Several of the upperclass advisers metallic lace, was succeeded at the and Helen Yanoskey, '37.l
will be present to aid in the discus- tablec byMrs. E H. Kraus, who wore at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Barbour
sion. Attendance for first year wom- ivory chiffon with crystal trim. Gym, followed at 5 p.m. by a game be-
en is not compulsory, but any who i Mrs. C. A. Sink who was dressed yltween Alpha Phi and Alpha Omicron
have had any difficulties in orienting P blue chiffon, and Mrs. Wells .
themselves to the campus or who wish Bennett, in wine crepe, poured dur- Pi
advise on any questions, are urged to ing the latter part of the' evening.
attend.I Catholics Will Sponsor
The room in which the meeting willFour Campus Groups First Weekly Dance-
be held will be posted on the bulletin
board near the League desk. Hold Meetings Today An informal dance for the Catholic
_______________I students on campus will be held in
Four organizations on campus ae- the auditorium of St. Mary's Chapel
Faculty Women's Club nounce meetings for today. from 8 to 10 p.m. today.
To Eterain t Ta SNIORSOCETYThis is the first of a series of week-
To Entertain At Tea SENIOR SOCIETY ly Wednesdaysnight dances which
The board of the Faculty Women's; There will be a meeting of the will continue for six weeks. To all of
Club will entertain the new-comers Senior Society at 5 p.m, today in these the freshman women will be
at a tea from 3 to 5:30 p.m. today at the League. allowed to come by simply signing out.

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ALPHA OMICRON PI
For Luncheon Alpha Omicron Pi is honornig its
new pledges with a tea from 3 to 5
first Of Graduate series"p.m .today. Marjorie Bolger, social
F Oa .i chairman, is in charge of arrange-
Will Feature Discussion! ments.
On Education Aims I
"Sages ,Satirists, and Scholars" will HOMECOMING
be the subject of Prof. Bennett Wea-
ver, who will speak at the first of
the year's series of regular graduate SpeciaI!
luncheons to be held at noon today
in the Russian Tea Room of the
League.
In his discussion, Professor Weaver OIL SHAMPOO and
will try to clarify some of the aims
of education, about which there has FINGER WAVE 60c
been much confusion. He will de-
scribe the type of man that the I
sages, such as Confusiuc, Marcus Au-
relius, and Plato, sought to cultivate
through education and the type of
educated man the satirists, Mon-
taigne and Swift, criticized in their Telephone 5861
writings. Professor Weaver will end
by pointing the way to a legitimate Liberty and State
interpretation of scholarship.
There are two purposes in hold-
ing the luncheons, according to Miss __
Jeanette Perry, assistant to the dean
of women, who is in charge of the
affair. The first is to give the grad-
uate students an opportunity to be-
come acquainted with each other, and
the second is to provide a chance for
students to see and hear professors
of departments other than the ones
in which they are specializing, Miss
Perry said. (".*

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About 40 students are expected to
1 attend, Miss Perry said. These lunch-
eons have been held for several years.
They are weekly affairs and will be
I held at noon Wednesday in the
League.
~ SPECIALS
1 Mon. thru Thurs. - Shampoo
and Finger Wave . . 50c
Nationally Known Perma-
nents ..... $3 to $6
Machineless Permanents $6.50
Open Evenings

the home of Mrs. Edward H. Kraus.j-
Hostesses for the occasion will in- DANCE CLUB ALPHA PI- RAGGEDY ANN
clude the members of the board. Mrs. The meeting of the dance club has Alpha Phi announces the pledgingBEAUTY SHOP
William Revelli, chairman of the been changed from 7:15 p.m. to 7 of Kathleen Larned, '38, of Grand . Ph. 7561 1114 S. University o
new-comers, has announced that 1p.m. today. Rapids.
more than 100 women are expected__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
to attend( the tea. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Le Cercle Francais will hold its
CLUB PLANS OUTLINED firstmeeting of te ea t 7:45 n~m.

The organization of the Transpor- i today on the fourth floor of the Ro-
tation Club for the coming years was mance Language building.
outlined at its first meeting of the
semester held last night in the East SPEECH 'SOCIETY
Engineernig Building. It was de- There will be a meeting of Zeta
cided to hold fortnightly meetings Phi Eta, honoary speech sorority, at
and a committee was appointed to 7:30 p.m. today in the League. The
look into the obtaining of speakers for room will be announced on the
these meetings. League bulletin board.

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