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NOV. G, 1936

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TTIE MICHIGAN DA"ILY

Late Supper To Be Featured At Seventh Annual Union Formal

Con ight

Three Novelty
Acts Scheduled
As Floor Show
Detroit Tap Performer,
Dance Team And Singer
Will Entertain

Style Dictates Sport Chl thes For Wintry Days

Guests Announced
Harriet Kunzman Attend
With General Chairman
Samuel Charin
The, seventh annual Union Forma
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m
tonight in the ballroom of the Union
according to Herbert Wolf, '37, pres-
ident.
Samuel Charm, '38, general cha~ir-
man of the dance will attend with
Harriet Kunzman, '40. , Wolfe wil
have as his guest Harriet May, '38
Elizabeth Miller, '37, will attend wit
William Struve, '37, and Hugh Rader
'38, Will take Mary Louise Hulburt
'40.
Some of the other cohmittee mer
and their guests are: Frederick Col-
lins, '38 and Prances Everard, '38
Jack MacLeed, ' 8 and Josephine Van
Wormer, '37, Hudson Tourtellot, '38,
and Patty Williams, and Carl Clem-
ment, '38, with Sally Eschbach, '38.
Announce Other Guests
H. Murray Campbell, '38, has in-
vited Jane Hardy, '39, and Louis
Hoffman, '38, will attend with Jean
Rheinfrank, '39. Betty Whitney, '38
will be the guest of Bruce Telfer,
'38, while John C. Thom, '38, will
attend with Mary Margaret Thom-
as, '40. Still more committee mem-
bers and their guests are: Burton S.
Wellman, '38 and Mary Lambie, '37,
Frederick Giele, '38 and Jane Es-
pass, '40. and Julian Orr, '37, and
Barbara Watson, '38.
The committee has arranged for
a floor show during the intermission
tonight. Three acts have been
planned. The Warfield Dance team
will give two numbers ,and Lee Bar-
ton Evans, baritone will sing. G.
Mona, a 'tap dancer from Detroit,
will also entertain.
To Feature Supper
Supper will be served at 11:30 p.m.
This is to be a new feature of the
formal this year. The Union has
never before attempted a formal
dance with tables around the floor.
Reservations for the supper should
be made at the Union before the
dance. The price is included in the
ticket. Tickets are selling at $2.50.
Bob Steinle and his orchestra will
play for the dance. Steinle has ar-
ranged several novelty numbers for
the occasion.
Sororities Ply
Second Round
In Volley Ball
Play continued in the second round
of the women's volleyball tournament
yesterday when Zeta Tau Alpha de-
feated Jordan Hall 22 to 14, and
Delta Delta Delta defeated Kappa
Alpha Theta, 23 to 21. Chi Omega
defaulted to Alpha Xi Delta and
Sorosis to Gamma Phi Beta.
The members of the Zeta Tau Al-
pha team were Helen Linder, '39,
Betty Ann Cole, '40, Adrienne Hig-
;enbotham, '38, Katherine Young,
Grad., Joan Schmitt, '37, Betty
Loughbrough, '39, Beatrice Oberg-
fell, '37 and Nan Kirby, '40.
Those playing for Jordan were
Gertrude Liens, '40, Sally Secrest,
'37,'Betty Wilson, '39, Joan Bev-
ington, '40, Mary Tate, '37, Beth
Turnbull, '37, Ruth Hartmann, '39,
Madeline Krieghoff, '39, Marian
Phihney, '37, ana Jane Christy, '37.
The Delta ,Delta Delta team was
composed of Billie Andrus, '38, Mary
Montgomery, '37, Jean Harrison, '36,
Jean Morgan, '40, Constance Bryant.
'40, Audrey Nisson, '40 and Betty Ann
Harrington, '40.1.

The members of the Kappa Alpha
Theta team were Adelaide Mason, '40,
Harriet Pomeroy, '39, Lois Falken-
stein, '40, Toris Holt, '39, Mary Mc-
Clure, '39, Rose Nelson, '37, Harriet
Thom, '40, Janet Fullenwider, '39,
Sybil Swartout, '39 and Mary Alice
Krieger, '37.

Honor Society Firslt Monthly Lst Of Committees
Dance Tickets Undergraduate To Be Announced
tilSaleIAt a meeting of the central com-
S til A le T ea Is Today mittee of the Sophomore Cabaret to-
day, Barbara Heath, general chair-
man, announced that committee lists
Fraternity Men, Lawyers Activity Ppints Are To Be w ouled ar nexteek.
would be published early next week.
Invited By Mortarboard Given For Attendance; All transfers must get special per-
To Tea Tomorrow Zwick's Band To Play 1mission from Miss Perry before they
can be eligible for committee work,
Tickets for the tea dance to be Residents of dormitories and league Miss Heath announced. Chairmen of
held by Mortarboard from 3 to 5:30 houses are especially invited to at- their respective committees will in-
p.m. tomorrow in the League will be tend the first of the regular series of
obtainable at the door and at the monthly undergraduate teas to be form their members if they are el-
League tea this afternoon, according held from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the igible.
to Grace Snyder, '37, president of League ballroom. The affair is open Laurabelle Godlove, chairman of
the society. Nto all women on campus. the music committee, will hold tryouts
Miss Snyder also announced that Wives of faculty members have been,.
there will be a number of stags pres- asked to preside at the tea tables.
{ ent at the affair since fraternity Those who will pour are: Mrs. Ed-
and law club members have been in- ward L .Adams, Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler,
vited to attend. One hundred and Mrs. Arthur E. Boak, Mrs. Joseph A.
four junior and sophomore women Bursley, Mrs. Philip E. Bursley, .Mrs.
with high scholastic averages have Samuel T. Dana.
also been especially invited. Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Mrs.
Tickets can also be obtained from Edward H. Kraus, Mrs. Walter B.
all members of Mortarboard in dor- Pillsbury, Mrs. Theophile Raphael,;or
mitories and sororities. The dance s.
Mrs. Walter C. Sadler, Mrs. Ira M.
is open and is invitational on the Smith; Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. F
part of the women. The tickets are John Sundwall, and Mrs. Allen S.
5. Whitney will also preside. r ..
The Michigan-Pennsylvania game
will be broadcast from several radios Tea and cake will be served from
in the Grand Rapids Room of the the two tea tables in the ballroom
League. In the ballroom there will and Charlie Zwick and his orchestra
be dancing to the tunes of Charles are to play for dancing. Harriet
Zwick and his orchestra. Heath, '37, chairman of the social
Chaperons for the dance will be committee, is in charge of arrange-
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Marie ments. Members of her committee. R J1
Hartwig and Prof. and Mrs. John E. who will wear official badges, are to 309 South State Street
Tracy. Besides Miss Snyder, who tact as hostesses for the affair. I
is acting as general chairman, those Activity points will be given to1_n c ag ar G eth n_____soiy h ued mtrela u
in charge are: Gretchen Leymafin, sorority houses, dormitories, league________
chaperons; Maryanna Chockley, ar- houses and zones for attendance. The
rangements; Edith Zerbe, publicity; tea is free of charge to all under-
and Mary Ellen Heitsch, tickets. graduate women, Miss Heath said.
Mortarboard is a national honorary:I
society of outstanding senior women. CROP AND SADDLE
Officers are: Miss Snyder, president n Stoninton '39, was re-
Miss Leymann, vice-president; Mar-INancy
jorie Turner, secretary; and Miss cently announced as a new member
Heitsch, treasurer. Other members of Crop and Saddle. Crop and Sad-:!
of the society are Lois King, Harriet die will go on its weekly supper ride
Heath, Miss Chockley, Margaret at 5:30 p.m. today, it was announced
Guest, Charlotte Hamilton, Miss by Eleanor French, '39, president.
Zerbe, Elsie Pierce and CharlotteI-__ _ _
Reuger. ALUMNAE CLUB
T - --- - 1 Tha M iehia n Alrm a h -il(It

I Bugh twci ceat, a pcrky
and a gay checked scarf make
ascerding to fashion experts.

suede hat, suede gloves, a suede purse,
an ideal combination for daytime wear

Pledge Dances
i o .-e Keynot&e
' f Week-End
11 Houses To Supplement
UnIon
U'ionFormal With Teas
And Closed Affairs
The activities of fraternities and
sororities entertaining this week-end
include several .pledge formals and
tea dances. Three of the dormitories
are also entertaining tomorrow night.
Alpha Omicron Pi will hold their
pledge formal tomorrow. The chap-
erons will be Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Underwood, Mrs. Mary Alice Under-
wood and Mrs. Adah Zimmerman.
Alpha Xi Delta sorority will hold
a closed pledge formal dance at the
chapter house tomorrow night. Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Keeler and Mrs. N. H.
Williams will be the chaperons.
Betsy Barbour House
Bectsy Barbour will entertain with
a "stag" dance tomorrow night. Chap-I
Serons will be Miss Ann Vardon and
Miss Vera Howard, director and di-
etician of Betsy Barbour.
Chi Omega will hold its pledge
formal tomorrow night. Mrs. G. C.
Mitchell, Mrs. S. T. Dana, and Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Stockard will chap-
eron.
Delta Gamma will hold its pledge
formal tomorrow night. Dr. and Mrs.
Richard M. Shick and Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Rogers will chaperon the party.
Jordan Hall Dormitory
An informal dance will be held to-
morrow night from 9 p.m. to midnight
at Jordan Hall Dormitory. Miss Isabel
Dudley and Miss Ruth Barrett will
chaperon.
Mosher Hall will entertain at a
closed informal dance tomorrow
night. The chaperons will be Mrs.
Martha Ray and Miss Jean Keller.
Pi Beta Phi will hold its pledge
formal tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Gatward of Detroit, and Prof.
and Mrs. A. E. White will chaperon.
Phi Kappa Sigma
Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity will
have a tea dance from 2 to 5 p.m.
tomorrow. The chaperons are to be
Dr. -and Mrs., M. W. McGarney, Mr.I{

Brumm To Address
Journalism Group
Theta Sigma Phi, national honor-
ary professional journalism frater-
,ity, will hold a luncheon meeting at'
noon today in the Russian Tea RoomI
of the League.
Prof. John L. Brumm, chairman of
the journalism department will ad-
dress the group on "The Organiza-
tion, Theta Sigma Phi." A short
business meeting will follow Profes-
sor Brumm's talk, according to Mar-
ion Holden, '37, president.
Prospective new members have
been invited to attend this luncheon
which is the first to be sponsored by
the group this year. Similar meetings
will be held every two weeks. All ac-{
tive members are urged to attend the
meetings today.
W. M. Sawyer's Paintings
Of Spain Are Exhibited
Sixty-one oil and water color paint-
ings by Wells M. Sawyer, all done in
Spain during the past 10 years, are
now being shown in the west gallery
of Alumni Memorial Hall. The col-
lection, sponsored by the Institute of
Fine Arts will be on exhibition
through Nov. 15.
Mr. Sawyer will give an informal
gallery talk at 4 p.m. Sunday on hiv
paintings, which have been shown in
various exhibitions in this country
and in Spain.
MOSHER HALL
Bernice Wismer, '3$, was chosen
art chairman of Mosher Hall, by
recent action of the council.
ALPHA DELTA P1
Alpha Delta Pi announces the
pledging of Jane Ann Rather, '38SM
of Ionia, Mich.
and Mrs. E. W. Nelson and Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Fuller.
Sigma Phi will hold its pledge
formal tomorrow. The chaperons are
to be Mr. and Mrs. John Goetz and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis.
Tonight Sigma Phi Epsilon will
hold a closed pledge formal. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Crebbin, of Detroit, and
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rogers will chap-

RUTIVEN SPEAKS AT HOWELL
President Alexander G. Ruthven
yesterday addressed the State Asso-
ciation of Farmers clubs in Howell
on a subject pertaining to education.
He returned to Ann Arbor yesterday.
I

E eIn e.micnigan alumnaei Club will
hold a rummage sale Friday in the
Modder Bakery Building on 4th Ave.,
the 'proceeds of which will be used
to supplement the sum the club has

already made
program.

in their scholarship

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LATEST SHADES
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$1F0
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They're 4-threads, but look as
sheer as three . . . so you get
good looks and wearability too.
Also they have the famous
Vanity Fair Kneelast feature,
which is rows of Lastex bands
at the tops which give with
every movement thus saving
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