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OCT. 29, 1936 THflE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACK IV

Union Formal
Arrangements
Now Complete
Innovations For This Year
Consist Of Floor Show
And SupperPlans
A three-act floor show has been
arranged for the Union Formal to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Nov. 61
in the ballroom of the Union, ac-
cording to Herbert Wolf, '37, pres-
ident.
The floor show is a new feature of'
this year's formal. The Warfields
Dance Team, Lee Barton Evans, bari-
tone, and G. Mona, tap dancer, have
been scheduled for the affair.
Another innovation this year is the
supper which will be served at 11:30
p.m. This is the first year the Union
has attempted a formal dance with
tables around the dance floor. The'
supper is included in the price of the
tickets. However, reservations for
tables must be made in advance by
calling at the Union desk.
Bob Steinle and his orchestra, the
regular Union band, will play for
the dance. They have arranged sev-
eral novelty numbers for the occa-
sion.
The committee for the dance isf
headed by Samuel Charin, '38. Other!
members are Hugh Rader, '38, Jack
McLeod, Jr., '38, Bruce Telfer, '38, H.
Murray Campbell, '38, Louis Hoff-
man, '38, Frederick Collins, '38, Bur-:
ton Wellman, '38, Carl Clement, '38E,
Hudson Tourtellot, '38, John Thom,
'38, Frederick Geile, '38, Julian Orr,
'37, William Struve, '37, and Wolf.
Tickets are available now at the
Union and from any of the commit-
tee members. The price of the tickets
has been set at $2.50.
Senior Society,
Assembly Hold
Dance Friday,
All Nonaffiliated Women
Invited To First Affair
Of This Kind

Newcomers Feted French Group
By Faculty Worneni Nmnts2
A large group attended the tea!
given from 3 to 5:30 p.m. for the New Members
ro~rnnocht New Membersf te a

Germans Illustrate Generosity
During Heidelberg Celebration

Kappa Delta announces the pledg- Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
ing of Florence Rogers, '39, of De- formal initiation of S. Marshall
troit;. Smith, '38E.

I Professo r Giss Traivels

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t newcomers y tin y oarU o e tac- - -- - -- ~ A --AM
ulty Woman's Club. Mrs. Edward Through Europe During
H. Kraus, who opened her home for I
the occasion, and Mrs. Edward L. Dorothy Oosdyk Is Named Leave Of Absence
Adams, president of the club, re- President; Permanent 'The Heidelberg celebration was
Members of the board and other Committees Selected one of true German generosity," says
women closely interested in the new- Prof. Aloysius J. Gaiss in a letter
comers group poured. The two tea Le Cercle Francais elected Dorothy ( received last week.
tables were decorated with autumn Oostdyk, '37, president at its first Professor Gaiss of the German de-
flowers in cream and bronze. meeting of the year last night, to re- partment, who is on sabbatical leave
place temporarily Mischa Chimacos, and is traveling and studying in Ger-
38, who has been appointed vice- many, was the official representa-
Floral Decorations president. tive of the University at the Third
The following new members were International University Congress
Furnish Gay Note elected at the meeting last night: held at Heidelberg in June. He also
Madelyn Appel, '37, Jane Barco, '38, attended the 550th anniversary of
Dreary Julia Breed, '38, Floy Brigstock, '37, the foundation of Heidelberg which
Becky Bursley, '39, Ruth Christopher- was held June 27 to 30.!
What girl doesn't want her room son, '37, Meyer Davis, '38, Vivian Since his attendance at these func-
at college to be so gay and individual Dunbar, '38, Jean Friederici, '37, Betty tions, Professor and Mrs. Gaiss and
that it attracts others? Countless Huntington, '39, Lillian Jaffe, Grad., two children have been motoring
little articles make rooms cheery, but Florence Johnston, Grad., Lucie Kil- through Europe, doing most of their
flower shops offer more suggestions lan, '37, John McCabe, '37, Barbara traveling in Germany and Austria..
than one would think. McIntyre, '38, Eleanor McKaye, '39, "Despite rain and more rain we have
A State Street florist shop has its Jenny Peterson, '39, Harriet Shackle- toured about 6,000 miles this sum-
windows filled with tiny pots in ton, '38, Helen Smithson, '37, George mer," Professor Gaiss wrote.
brightly decorated Italian pottery- Solovskoy, '39, Mary Lou Traywick, Professor Gaiss was particularly
just the thing for cacti plants. Not '37 and Jane Vernor, '38. enthusiastic over the improvement of
only is the pottery attractive but it It was announced that permanent conditions in Germany. The people,
is made up in impish little animal committees were appointed to plan according to him, are well-dressed,
figures. Spotted dogs, doleful cats the programs for the meetings of the order is preserved, and they had a
and wierd animals of all descriptions club, which will be held every two good Olympic squad.
stand guard over various types of weeks. The club was greeted at its Among other phases of his trip,
cacti. Other bright flower pots in initial meeting last night by Prof. Professor Gaiss describes his visits
plain colors can be fixed with tiny Charles E. Koella of the French de- to the Tell district in Switzerland,
green and gold gourds into a Mexican partment. a trip to Bohemia and Moravia. Al-

sace Lorraine, the Nancy district in
France, Luxemburg, Belgium, and the
Province of Limburg, Holland. His
itinerary included such points as
St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna,
Oberammergau and the Hohenzollern
Castle.
At present Professor Gaiss is lo-
cated in Heidelberg, not, far from
the castle, where he is compiling
some material on the Swabian dia-
lect. For this work he visited about
35 villages in Swabia where he col-
lected his data.
Professor Gaiss and his family will
return in February, and he will re-
sume his classes in the University.
S DENKINGER TO SPEAK
Prof. Marc Denkinger, of the ro-
mance languages department will
speak on "Madame Re Camier" be-
fore the Alliance Francaise of Grand
Rapids tomorrow.

?oe L's Corner
If you're one of the girls
who has a beau
Better tell him to hurry
if he's the type that's slow.
Don't be left home sewing
When everyone's going.
UNION FORMAL
Nov'ember the 6th $2.50 a BID

SIGMA NU
Sigma Nu announces the
of Fred Goudie, '36.

initiation

CHELSEA
FLOWER SHOP
203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
Flowers for All Occasions

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arrangement which would fill any va- The appointments of Ona Thorn-
cant window sill to best advantage. ton as secretary and Willis Thornton
Hanging baskets and wall brackets treasurer, which were made last year
are still in high favor and a Liberty were confirmed last night.

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Street shop has a clever triple ar-
rangement with little green pots.
Ivy and philodendron are seen again
this year and they grow with little
care. Chinese water plant and Chi-
nese evergreen are something new,
with leaves a little larger than ivy
leaves.
A novelty arrangement of cacti in
an oblong cobalt blue container would
be very attractive on any light colored
book shelf or what-not. Or a large
black china shoe decorated with little
white dogs and having cacti growing1
profusely from the top would bright-
en any dull corner. Both these may
be purchased in campus florist shops.
Curtis Makes
iSecond 'Study'

Those who will pour for the tea .
dance for all non-affiliated womene
which will be held from 4 to 5:30 Series Spech
p.m. Friday in the League ballroom
were announced yesterday by Ruth How successful one is depends on
Clark, '37, chairman of the patroness 'himself; the only way others can
committee for the affair. aid him is by suggestions according
The tea, the first ever to be given' to Prof. Francis D. Curtis of the edu-
expressly for non-affiliated women on cation school in the second of the
campus, is being sponsored by Senior "How to Study" lectures for fresh-
Society, in conjunction with Assemb- men last night in Natural Science
ly, according to Frances Carney, '37, Auditorium.
publicity chairman. There will be Professor Curtis advised that each
no admission charge, Miss Carney student make an honest diagnosis of
said. himself beginning his work. He mayl
Mrs. Alexander' G Ruthven, Mrs. find that he particularly dislikes even
Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. Edward H.Ithe thought of the subject and if this
Kraus, and Mrs. James B. Edmon- be the case, the first essential in
son have been named to pour during focusing his interest in the subject
the afternoon. Also assisting with is to concentrate on it and give it his
the serving will be Mrs. Clare E. fullest attention.
Griffin, Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Mrs. Professor Curtis stressed the im-
Byrl Fox Bacher, Miss Jeannette portance of underlining the principle
Perry, Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, Dr. sentences in the textbook and of writ-
Margaret Bell, Miss Ruth H. Daniel- ing significant points in the margin#
son, Miss Ann Vardon, Mrs. Martha of the book. The lecture was 'con-
L. Ray, Mrs. Florence Preston, Mrs. eluded with a laboratory period in
George M. Stanley and Miss Isabel which the students were given an
Dudley. opportunity to test their powers of
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra concentration.
will play for the dancing and the1
ballroom will be decorated after al KAPPA BETA Pi
Hallowe'en theme, Miss Carney said. Kappa Beta Pi, international legal
A floor show is being planned, the sorority announces the initiation of
performers of which will be an- Beatrice Jaegerman, '37L, and Kath-,
nounced in the near future, accord- erine Loomis, '38L, and the pledging
'ing to Barbara Schacht, '37, chair- of Martha Wright Griffiths, '38L,
man of the decoration committee. Marion McPhee, '39L and Marian
Members of Senior Society will as- Manary, '39L. Virginia Renz, '37L,
sist at the affair, as will the women dean of the University chapter, and
on the Assembly board, it was an- Katherine Stoll, '37L, chancellor, of-
nounced by Mary Andrew, '37, presi- ficiated at the initiation and pledg-
dent of Assembly. ing ceremonies.
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Weaver Calls
Wisdom Ideal
Quality Of Man
"The man who can live a full life
as an individual and who can as-
sociate wisely and rightly with other
men was the type whom the sages
sought to cultivate through educa-
tion," Prof Bennett Weaver said
while speaking before the first grad-
1uate luncheon held yesterday in the
Russian Tea Room of the League.
Professor Weaver went on to say
that educators have not followed the
advice of Confucious, Marcus Aure-'
lius, Plato and the other sages, and
so laid themselves open to the at-
tacks of the satirists, such as Mon-
taigne and Swift. He pointed out
the danger of producing men who
are academic rather than wise.
The luncheon was the first of this
year's series, which are to be held
weekly at the League. A member of
the faculty will be invited to address
the group each week. The next
speaker has not been selected, ac-I
cording to Miss Jeanette Perry, as-
sistant to the dean of women, who is
in charge.
FOREIGN STUDENTS
The third study tour for foreign
students will take place tomorrow
when the group will visit Greenfield
Village.
This tour has been planned par-.
ticularly so that the foreign students
attending can get an idea of early
American life and historical back-
ground.
All foreign students who plan to
attend must make reservations today
in Room 9, University Hall. The
tour will leave at 1 p.m. and ex-
penses will be limited to one dollar
for transportation.
CHI OMEGA
Chi Omega announces the pledging
of Eloise Frost, '38, of Flint.
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