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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

i"TT S1a ' t Cei 9aophrihomre rriTO FORM SWIMMING CLUB
nion formais Students' Tea dWoheremill be a meeting of those Phi S
r To Meet At League interested in forming a swimming '40, of
rim tose sfr ssiclub at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the-
Announcement of the theme for Women's Athletic Building, it was
is Announced For T om orrow the Sophomore Cabaret will be made announced recently by Helen Harp, HA
Whew! . . did you ever see such ,by Barbara Heath, general chairman, '38, women's swimming manager.
a round of gaiety.. .parties, parties at a mass meeting of the sophomore Following this, there will be tests State
everywhere . . . and all of them were Tickets Are Still Available; Ruthven Home Is Opened women at 4 p.m. today in the Grand and tryouts for the club at 8p.m.
fun ... they ranged from football teas Steinle To Play; Novelty For Affair; Invitations Rapids Room of the League. Thursday in the Union pool, Miss Watc
after the game toformal pledge par- Positions on all the committees and Harp said.
ies .parts in the Cabaret are open to el- - -
ies ... so let's dedicate the column to aligible sophomore women, and at-_
he Greeks and leave our traditional The list of patrons and patronesses President and Mrs. Ruthven will tendance at the meeting is requested
>.pots, the Union and the League, 'till for the Union Formal to be held Fri- open their home to students for the of anyone interested in committee
next week when the fraternities calm wok.Mis eah wlltak onheR A IN
u xtw e when the frities . lday, Nov. 6, in the Union ballroom first time this year from 4 to 6 p.m. wgroup andMissHeath will explainbrieflyto the G N
S k own after their big fling eh. was announced yesterday by Herbert tomorrow, according to Harriet Heath, group a the 19yourbR A IN
* The Delta Upsilons held their theme of the 1936 Cabaret.
Wolf, '37, president of the Union. 37, social chairman of the League.
pledge formal Friday night . . . and we The list includes: President and Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Myrra Short, finance chairman,
giv a ot ofprisetother ecoa-announced at temtigoth1a t1mhe Col
ive a vote of praise to their decora- Mrs. Ruthven, Regent and Mrs. F. Perry and Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, as- at the meeting of the
tions ... the front entrance was covered with a huge tepee in gold and blue Cook, Dean and Mrs. J. A. Burs- sistants to Dean Lloyd, and Miss entral committee, yesterday, that all
. . through the Indian habitat trudged the loyal Wolverines . . . Jean ley, Dean Alice Lloyd, Prof. H. C. Ethel McCormick, social director of sophomore women will be expected
Steere with Harold Strickland, Marion Stomler with Grand Barnes, and Anderson, Prof. and Mrs. Paul Leidy, the League, will preside at the tea to pay one dollar to finance the proj- ooks like dear old Mic
Nancy Hulwick with Frank Coolidge . . . We noticed some people stopping to Prof. and Mrs. W. A. McLaughlin, table during the afternoon. hatbee tefoFrid Novr 13,a weather is back again!
gaze at the lone figure of the Indian peeping into the tepee way up on Dr. and Mrs D. W. Myers, Prof. and Specia linvitations have been ex- cording to Miss Short. either drizzly days or
the third floor . . . Lowell Krieg and Grace Whitely admired the Wolverine Mrs. J. K. Pollock, and Prof. and tended to nine groups on campus. dI gto sshr._h dr ydsr
who had chased the frightened Indian to his lofty perch . . . Others attend- Mrs. Bennett Weaver These are: Alpha Delta, Alpha Tau with a good serviceabl
ing the dance were Morris Steere and Barbara Talcott, Hugh Hayward Others in the list are Prof. and Omega, Betsy Barbour, Delta Delta Woman Golfer's Club those new transparent
and Dorothy Curtis and Mary Margaret Thomas and Jim Ritchie . . . Mrs. John S. Worley, Prof. and Mrs. Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Psi, vear over a top coat.
and DML. J. Young, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pi Lambda Phi, Psi Upsilon and Tri- eet omorrow
With The Dekes . Tapping, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rea, gon. A meeting of the Pitch and :Putt .95 to
Mr. and Mrs. Don May, Mr. and . All students are invited to attend Club will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wed-
The Dekes held their formal pledge party Friday . . . Dancing as usual Mrs. S. C. Waltz, and Mr. and Mrs. these informal teas, and special invi- nesday in the Hostess Room of the
was up on the third floor . . . they had a colored band that made lots of Elmer D. Mitchell. tations are extended to all houses League, according to Mary Jane
noise .. .Betty Shaffer was there with Joe Spitzley and Fred Stiles had Marya Tickets for the formal are on sale throughout the year in order to reach Mueller, '38Ed., president of the club. UMBRELLAS to matc
Hoffman as his guest .. . Seated on the landing were Dora Ann Day and her at the Union and from the committee each group. Miss Mueller urged all members to also some of bright oile
sister Barbara.. . the window seat on the landing was a favorite gathering members. Reservations for the sup- President and Mrs. Ruthven will be present and asked them to bring
spot . . . caught a glimpse of Marcia Connell and Dottie Corson in the per to be served at 11:30 p.m .should assisted by the social committee any scorecards which they may have
same place . . . Ellen Thompson was there with Jack Cleany. One might be made when you purchase your of the League, Miss Heath said, Coi- ihe club, which was formed this fall, the perfect all-weathe
easily have called the Deke party an Interfraternity dance . . . noticed the tickets. mittee members will receive guests r. Swa anley. sponsorship of
Phi Psis represented by Steve Mason and a few others .the Alpha Delta Bbtn d or rwiand conduct them through the house.

PHI SIGMA SIGMA
gina Sigma announces the
Hempstead, L. I
ILL ER'S
Jewelry
and Liberty ; '7
h Repairing!
WEAR
ege Shop
higan's chronic rainy
So be prepared for
real stormy weather
e raincoat, or one of
"Pliofilms" you can
$18.00
h "Pliofilm" coats ....
d silk. .$2.00 to $3.95
with snap brims ...
r hat........ $3.95

were there.. . including San Ladd and Homer Lathrop ... John McLean,
Chi Psi, put in his appearance
The Theta Xis had novel decorations out in front in honor of homecom-
ing . . . a huge football hero reached from the porch to the second story and
kicked the 'ell . . . I mean "L" out of "Illini" .
Inside the house was decorated in traditional Hallo-
we'en colors . . . Marie Mette and Tom Jenson were
standing in the corner gazing at a very doleful jack-
'o-lantern . . . whoever carved the pumpkins did a v
good job on some of them for they smiled gayly at
the dancers, -but the one, poor soul, was almost crying
... Noticed among the dancers was Ella Stowe
Others were Ruth Ann Jernegan and Russ Runquist,
Larry Greenway and Tink Johnson, and Mary Hurleyl
and Paul Simpson,..
At The Law Club... c
The Lawyers held their annual -homecoming
dance Saturday ... they had one of the best bands1
of the week-end . . . Charles Varko and Betty Angle were there, Betty came
from Grand Rapids for the week-end ... another girl from G. R. was Cath-
erine Brandt, she was the guest of Johnny Bryant, Phi Delta Phi . .
Other Phi Delts aniong the crowd were Graf Sharpe and Harriet Shackleton,
Frank Stone and Betty Warwick and Tommy Thompson ... gathered around
the punch bowl we saw Betty Hunter and Jim Mahaffry talking to Jane
O'Ferrall and Wtnmer Gooding ... Bea DeVine and Kevin Kennedy were
there . . . So was Jack McCarthy . . . Someone started that practice of
stamping on the paper cups and the racket was so great that we adjourned
to the dance floor in a hurry . . . Sitty Kean and John Moran were doing
some clever steps as were Frances Carney and George Schmidt . . . also
noticed Elizabeth Durfee and Bill Stephens and John Mead ...
The Chi Phi house was decorated with pumpkins and corn husks in the
famous Hallowe'en style .. . Ben Bechtold and Betty Reed stood admiring
them with Bob Windsor and Madeline Owen . . . On the
dance floor we noticed Carleton Cummings and Doris Ef-
* fler, Bill Roberts and Eleanor Skiles and Denis Flannigan
and Mary Lambie ... The punch bowl was a popular spot
in the house . . . Ned North and Dorothy Cowe gathered
around with Don Effler and Helen Rowe . . . and now on
with the parties ...
,," xr Tea Danecing ee
We go back a few hours to the A.T.O. tea dance . . . Did you notice the
clever decorations in front of the house? . . . before the game the mechanical
Wolverine whirled his chubby legs and chased the Indian ... however after
four o'clock the scene changed . . . the Indian chased the crest-fallen Wol-
verine .. . all due to a few bad breaks . . . However once inside the downcast'
air was dropped for everyone seemed to be having a grand time . . . Johnny
Clark was there with Margaret Downey ... Eddie Soucaze and Judith Rohrer
were dancing and we noticed Bill. Warren, Joan Klosterhouse, and Harry'
Clark ... These tea dai.Ves at the A.T.O. house are getting famous ...
The Lambda Chi's had a novel party Saturday in the form of a hay ride
and a barn dance . . . they also won the
prize for the best decorated house . . . They
had a huge roulette wheel in the front yard.
that spun around and stopped on Michigan ......*
and Illinois alternately . . . during the eve-
ning it rested heavily on Illinois . . . now
back to the party . . . the wagon took the
shouting group all over town, down State ::
Street, North University and finally out
Washtenaw to the house . . . there they<
had the barn dance . . . everyone wore old
clothes and among the crowd we saw Eva Spencer with Rog Bradley . .
Beatrice Schink and Don Schneider, better known as the Baron and the
Baroness were there, and Jean Johnson attended with Melvin Taylor . .
They tell interesting 'stories of the many people who fell off the cart during
the ride and then in front of the house they had a straw fight . . . wisps of
hay followed the crowd all evening . . . it was a swell party ...

play for the dance and a floor show
has been aranged for the intermission.
Three different acts have been se-
cured. They include the Warfield
Dance Team, two ballroom dancers;
Lee Barton Evans, baritone; and G.
V~ona, tap dancer.
Schedule For Hockey1
Ganes Is Announced
Today's hockey matches for both
the student hockey players and the
Ann Arbor Hockey Club were an-
nounced recently by the officials, in
charge.
At 9 a.m. today a match between
the women physical education stu-
dents and the faculty of that de-
partment has been scheduled, follow-'
ing the challenge sent to the faculty
by the students .
Two games are slated for the af-1
ternoon.

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Freshmen To Hear
(curtis Speak Today
The third in the series of "How to
Study" lectures for freshmen is to be
given by Prof. Francis D. Curtis of
the education school at 8 p.m. today
in Natural Science Auditorium, it was
announced by Jean Hatfield, '37,
chairman of the orientation commit-
tee.
Attendance will be compulsory for
the special group of freshman women
who were notified by the dean's office
on the basis of results gained from
the examinations given during Or-
ientation Week. However anyone,
including upperclassmen, who desire
this help may attend.
Professor Curtis is to give the con-
cluding talk of the series on Nov. 11.

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GAlD-ABOUT

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For Information - Call MISS JONES at 21-21 -4

HOMECOMING Week - End -
with the formals, tea dances, and
all the usual rush certainly con-
vinced us that bright nails are still
the thing! Your correspondent
really has a "catch" this time.
There's the grandest shade of eve-
ning polish in Calkins-Fletcher's.
You shouldsee it! It'll brighten up
any evening - and watch the es-
cort's admiring glances! Ruth,
who is in charge of one of the most
complete cosmetic outlays you've
ever seen, is a most competent cos-
metician - and she's always there
to suggest just the right thing.
She's good - no foolin'! And to
finish off the costume -why not
try some of the new Lentheric
"Shanghai" perfume? With such
a combination - who could have
less than a whirl!
* * *
IF YOU'RE SMART, you'll give
a little forethought to that early
morning shiver (not to mention
the last quarter of Saturday's
game). As usual VAN BOVEN'S
shoe store is a little ahead of the
season - blossoming forth with
the most novel bootie of the year.
(And when I say bootie I don't
mean silver sandals!) They're the
high top jobs I've seen you looking
at through the Arcade window-
which will adorn the "smartest"
ankles oncampus with the first
snow (or before if you make that
early morning hike from Mosher-
Jordan). - And have you thought
about skiing (it's done in the Ar-
boretum you know) -they'llbe
simply perfect with your new ski-
suit. If you've gone in for green
as so many of us have - you'll
just rave over the lovely shad,,
they use, not to mention the cinna-
mon brown and autumn rust - or
should I quote Vogue?
* * * *
LAST WEEK found your cor-
respondent nosing in and out of
Ann Arbor's smarter and gayer
shops ever on the hunt for the

NEWEST and most startling finds
of the season. If you found this
week-end duller than most - take
heed! (Maybe it's you.) For a
complete new outlook on life - if
you're looking for one - take out
an hour to gaze at the gorgeous
array of formals at ELIZABETH
DILLON'S. There's the most ador-
able "southern-belle" gown (Vic-
torian period) that simply.couldn't
go wrong-that necessary rustle
and-shhhh-hoops! And by the
way, if you're meditating a quick
dash to Detroit, don't FAIL to take
in her new sophisticated "bar
dresses." Guaranteed not to fail!
* *
SO YOU FORGOT the chrysan-
themums for the game - shame!
But don't let it worry you - The
UNIVERSITY FLOWER SHOP is
still open and you can rush in to
get a gardenia or similar for the
Union Formal this week-end.
That'll square the whole sad sit-
uation - try it and see! They
can make up the best corsages-
unusual is the word for it - and
you'll once more be her O.A.O.
(one and only).
And girls! If you're trying to
achieve that "homey atmosphere"
in your room - try one of those
cute little plants for your window
sill. 3<* *
BY THE WAY, did you know
that the course PARROT 101 is
still being held at 3 o'clock every-
day? So - you've been cutting
class again? Don't say I told you
but I'll let you in on a big secret
-Al told me he was giving a
makeup class after the Union For-
mal-better go and catch up on
back work. He promised that aside
from the usual "work" there'll be
food - drinks - fun - and music.
I wouldn't miss it if I were you
- even if you've been attending
classes regularly.
And "in sotto voce" - you're
pretty sure of finding anyone
you're looking for "coking" there
between 9:00 and 11:00.

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COMMISSIONER, elect

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