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I H THGA AL

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Anson

Weeks

Is Contracted To

Play For

Panhellenic

Ball

Annual Dance
Of Sororities
Is on Nov. 27
Vocalist, Novelist Singer,
Trio Will Accompany
Band On Trip Here
Was At '35 J-Hop

Will Play For Bull

Ruthvens Open Black, Bright Colors Fea
Series OTeas In Silk, Woolen Date

ORIENTATION DISCUSSION ATHENA TO MEET
uredTher ewil bc an informal discus- Athena, women's speech society.
0ion for first year women at 4 p.m. will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. to-
Dresses today in the Council Room of the day in the club rooms on the fourth
League, it was announced by Jean floor of Angell Hall, Grace Gray, '37,

Betty King, Chairman,
Announces Ticket Sale
,Is To Begin Nov. 10
Anson Weeks and his orchestra
have been contracted to play for the
Panhellenic Ball, annual dance given
by sorority women, which will be held
Nov. 27 in the League Ballroom, Betty
King, '37, general chairman, an-
nounced yesterday.
Weeks is at present filling an en-
gagement in St. Paul and will come
to Ann Arbor expressly for the ball,
Miss King said. Accompanying him
will be Larry Lamont, vocalist, the
Ansonettes, a trio, and Frankie Sa-
puto, novelty singer.
Popular with the universities on
the western coast, Weeks has also
appeared at the Trianon and Aragon
Ballrooms in Chicago, as well as at
the College Inn of the Sherman Hotel
in that city. The Waldorf Astoria
and the St. Regis Hotels are among
the many places where Weeks has
played.
Announce Ticket Sale
Tickets for the ball will go on sale
Nov. 10, Miss King announced. The
affair marks the one time in the year
when sorority women issue the invi-
tations to the men for an all campus
formal affair.
Chairmen of the central committee,
in addition to Miss King, a member
of Delta Delta Delta sorority, are
Katherine Loomis, '38, Alpha Phi,
music committee; Betty Ronal, '38,
Kappa Alpha Theta, ticket commit-
tee; Betty Whitney, '38, Collegiate
Sorosis, publicity committee, and
Dorothy Shutt, '37, Alpha Chi Omega,
chaperon committee.
List Other Chairmen
Other committee chairmen are
Priscilla Smith, '38, Pi Beta Phi, floor
committee; and Ruth Friedman, '38,
Alpha Epsilon Phi, will be head of
the committee on decorations and
favors.
Last year the ball, under the gen-
eral chairmanship of Mrs. George
Lawton, the former Sue Thomas, was
termed an "outstanding success" by
all who attended. Emerson Gill and
his radio band, with Marion .Mann,
novelty singer, furnished the music.
Weeks is known by students of
the University through his appear-
ance at the J-Hop two years ago. He
is appearing regularly over the radio
at th e nveent time and has mae-a

At H n T d H tfield, '37, chairman of the orien-
Skirts Are Shorter, Fuller; combinations, such as green and Cation committee. Anyone having
Elaborate Detail Offsets brown, and yellow and brown. if questions about activities, league
TaernfOr oaltyyou ar brave enough to attempt points, or any campus activities is in-
To Assist; Betty Gatward T iIform-fitting clothes, a brown model vited to attend this discussion.
In Charge Of Affair By JENNY PETERSEN with a zipper all the way up the
If you have finally succeeded in front, outlined in green would be an
The first of the informal student getting another check from home for asset to your wardrobe. SP EC IA LS
teas held by President and Mrs. that extra dress, your problem is only An extremely dressy date frock is
half solved. You simply must have, the lame blouse over a short skirt Mon. thi:u Thurs. - Shampoo
:.........::'.'. Alexander G. Ruthven at their home taed aFingerse Waveashortskirc
will be given from 4 to 6 p.m. to- or so your letter to father ran, an- with pleating from the hips to the
day. All students are invited to at- other dress for tea dances and Sunhemline. And still another dress in Nationally Known Perma o
k.: ftend. day night movies. But shall it be artesm aoyi a nents.... .....$3 to $6
Special invitations have been ex- wool that might be used for class same cate Machinless Permanents $6.50
tended to Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha , eventually, or a strictly dressy crepe? outfit with the jacketA Open Evenings
rau Omega, Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Lamb- Your frivolous self will probably h t
~r ic h ly embroideredRA G D A N
la Phi, Phi Upsilon and Trigon fra- incline toward a real "date" dress, ith gold andrsver RAGGED Y AN N
A ternities, Delta Delta Delta and for the winter styles in threads BEAUTY SHOP
tKappa Alpha ' heta sororities, and these types are irresis-
ANSON WEEKS Betsy Barbour House. tible. Skirts are short- Perhaps, though, your.c Ph. 7561 1114 S. University u
1 Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Byrl Fox er and fuller, giving scovincenroomyu thass a-
Bacher and Miss Jeanette Perry. as- you a very tiny waist fussy dress would be
Cabaret Them e ;istants to Dean Lloyd, and Miss and short sleeves arei d
Ethel McCormick, social director of practically mandatory. impractical,andthat1i A
the League, will preside at the tea \ Elaboratedetailoff- the better buy. Colored
s An table during the afternoon: j. sets the informality of .uthe t e ap.o-
The social committee of the League a the brief skirt andd ys e-
S So hom ores assists President and Mrs. Ruthven sleeves. priateforluncheons
I a cn ta yat these student teas. Betty Gat- Black, as ever, is theand concerts and they
_______arc also warm and
ward, '38, assistant chairman of the favorite for festive oc- cb ae is ar -
Kentucky Derby Chosen social committee, has general charge casions. one black ial is lovely, especially when it has
of the arrangements. Miss Gatward dress that can be pur- ' little bo s of baronduki at the throat
As Central Idea For announced that about 50 members
of the committee will receive guests, chased in Ann Arbor and belt. And wood green in this
Annual 2nd Year Project assist at the tea table, and conduct has a procession of soft fabric flatters both blonds and I
students through the house. small silk tassels down the front brunettes.
At a meeting of nearly 200 women These teas were begun eight years which look for all the world like win- One wool frock recently seen was
yesterday in the League, Barbara ago by President and Mrs. Ruthven dow shade tassels. Another is made of black broadcloth with a bias
Heath, general chairman of the Soph- to enable them to become better ac- fashioned with a high, round neck- flaring skirt which through its lines
omore Cabaret, announced that the quainted with the students. line whose demureness is belied by narrowed the waist line. Wine vel-
theme of the production would be the } - -- red and green satin bands. veteen outlined the neckline.
Kentucky Derby. To give yourself a sophisticated air, Another wool date dress is made of
Named "The Deby," the decora- *1ysienl you might buy a severe model trim- black with embroidered wool nubs
tions will carry out the idea of a race (M 1 a p * med only with pale blue in red yellow andi grl a u bvrh

president, announced last night.
FRESH EN THOSE
TIR[D
Murine quickly(
relieves eyes ir. 0\
ritated by read-
ing, smoke, dust,
wind, loss ofI
sleep. It's sooth-
ing, refreshing.
Use it daily.
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track. Miss Heath declined to tellI
details of the plans, but she said thatl

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there would be race track atmos- In accordance with the proposed
phere including jockeys, horses and revising of the system of awarding
spectators. League merit points, two changes
The suggested plan was met with were approved by action of the Un-
approval by the representative soph- dergraduate Council, it was an-
omore group present. Roberta Chis- nounced yesterday by Lois King, '37,I
sus, who is responsible for the idea secretary-treasurer of the League.-
of the cabaret will assist on the dec- The total number of merit points
orations committee. for extra-curricular work shall be
Names for committees were taken given both to the place of residence
after the meeting. These ,lists will and to the sorority of affiliation, it
be published at a later date. The was decided. Thus points are to be;
committees are program, finance dec- given to dormitories, League houses
committeesaeprgram, nauehde- and zones in which the women en-
orations, ticket, costume, hostess, gaged in activities live and also to
publicity and entertainment, the sororities to which they may be-
long.
It was also agreed that all women
shall participate in activities accord-
ing to their residence and not accord-
Luncheon Talk ing to their house affiliation, Miss'
King said. She explained that a sor-
ority woman living in a dormitory
o r Graduates or League house, for instance, should
join the athletic team of her zone
or dormitory and not of her sorority.
The second in the series of weekly o r ytf r-
luncheons for graduate students will Ij.W T- IIL , ,-

eyelets and a crushed
velvet belt bf the same
blue.
However, if black does
not do anything for you
there are any number
of flattering colors.
Wine-red velvet with a
pointed lace collar
would be a romantic
choice, as would a dress
imported from Austria
featuring many-hued
posies embroidered in
fluffy wools. Brown,
close rival of black, appears in many

bright colors dressed
the neckline and orna-
mented the hat shown
with the dress.
Paisley print is re-

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material. Suede flowers of the three

turning in the showing
of several new crepes.
IOne is carnation blue
displayed a narrow
band of the print out-
lining the flair to the
peplum of the jacket
and cuffs and ended
in bows at both the
waist and throat.

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REVERSE CALF
... handsome sturdy, brogues
..the style that's all the rage..
Made with Goodyear Welts
...built-up leather heels.
Other styles, too, at ... .

Knits, the old stand
Children's Theatre by, arestill being fea--
tured as date dresses when made up
Will Hold Tryouts into unusual styles. One made in a
nubby scarlet wool was touched up
Tryouts for the first presentation with a black velvet bow at theneck
of Childrens' Theatre will be held and large black buttons down the
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow and from front. And still another knit is
3 to 5 p.m. Friday at the League ac- made of soft wine yarn contrasted
cording to an announcement by Mar- with blue velvet with a lavender cast.
garet Guest, '37, chairman of the ---- -
theatre-arts committee.
Anyone interested in dramatics is
urged to try out as the casts of these
plays include persons not connected
with the University as well as stu-
dents.
The first play, which will be pre-
sented Dec. 4 and 5 will be the Chist-
mas number, "Hans Brinker or the
Silver Skates" by M. M. Dodge

JACOBSON'S
COLLEGIATE SHOE SHOP

,

ck4uac yvoai U111 alu 1a 11d.utbe held at noon today in the Rus-
many recordings. sian Tea Room of the League.
Prof. Arthur Lyon Cross, Richard
s Hudsonprofessor of English history,
W A Nes has been chosen as speaker for the
* * occasion. Professor Cross, who spent
Wom en E i ible the summer in England, will talk on
"EnglandToday." The political and
For ['' Scarf dustrial conditions and the foredign
cussed, according to the speaker.
. As before, those attending will get
Names of women having 200 points their lunch at the League cafeteria
or over in past W.A.A. activities and and carry it across the hall to the,
eligible therefore for the privilege tea room. The luncheons are heldI
card entitling them to purchase an for the purposes of giving graduate I
"M" scarf, were announced yester- students an opportunity to become
day. acquainted with each other and with
The women. include: Betty Anne the work in all departments of the
Beebe, '37; Virginia Donahue, '38; University through talks by faculty l
Edith Frederick, '37; Adele Gardner, members. Miss Jeanette Perry, as-
'37; Martha Bragg, '38; Jean Gour- sistant to the dean of women, is in
lay, '37; Grace Gray, '37; Helene charge of the affairs.
Kipf, '37; Janet Lambert, '37; Kate;
Landrum, '37; Eileen Lay, '37; LouiseTe.o
Lockeman, '37: Beatrice Lovejoy, '38; To Give Tea Tomorrow
Irene Lyons, '37. For Graduate Women
Helen Harp, '39; Marguerite Mer-,
kel, '37; Florence Muyskins, '37; Jane A tea for all graduate women on
O'Ferrall, '37; Thelma Peterson, '37; campus will be held at 4 p.m. tomnor-
Mary Potter, '37; Nancy Quirk, '37; row at the League under the spon-
Mary Redden, '38; Doris Robbins, '38; scrship of the dean of women's staff.
Helen Shapland, '37; Lois Spreen, '37; Miss Edith Barnard, director of the
Sally Thompson, '37; Martha Till- University High School, and Miss Is-
man, '39; Beth Turnbull, '37. abel Dudley, director of Jordan Hall,
Other women having questionsI will pour at the tea.
about the conversion of their W.A.A. Plans will be made for the social
points are asked to contact Charlotte program of the year for graduate
Baxter, '38, awards chairman at the women. Miss Jeanette Perry, assis-
W.A.A. offices in the W.A.B. Her tant to the dean of women, is in
hours will be Monday, 4 to 5 p.m.; charge.
Tuesday, 3 to 4 p.m.; Wednesday. - - -
3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Thursday, 3 to 4
p.m. and Friday, 4 to 5 p.m. CHELSEA
PHI SIGMA SIGMA. FLOWER SHOP
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the 203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
pledging of Marjorie Foltz, '40, of Flowers for All Occasions

U rge Purchase Of
Tea Dance Tickets
Those planning on attending the
tea dance to be given from 3 to 5:30
p.m. Saturday in the League under
the sponsorship of Mortarboard"sen-
ior honorary society, were urged yes-
terday to secure their tickets soon
by Grace Snyder, '37, president of the
society.
Special invitations to the 104 jun-
ior and sophomore women with the
highest scholastic rating in their
classes will be sent out very shortly,
Miss Snyder said.
Charlie Zwick and his. orchestra
will play for the dance in the ball-
room, while several radios which
will be placed in the Grand Rapids
Room will enable guests to listen to
the broadcast of the Michigan-Penn-
sylvania game or any other pro-
gram.

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