T HE MICHIGAN D A I LYA!
Barney Rapp ii Play For Soph Prme1
ARCHERY CLUB TAU KAPPA EPSILON
The archery club is holding a Tau Kappa Epsilon announces the
"shoot" at Palmer Field, at 2:30 Sun- pledging of Ralph 0. Laidlaw, '38E,
day afternoon, open to all interested. of Snyder, N. Y.
Weenie R o a s
Nov. 24 was definitely set as t
date for the freshman weenie roa
sponsored by the W.A.A. at a W.A.1
board meeting held yesterday.
The roast will be held in conjun
tion with the end of the first outdo
season, especially the hockey seaso
Awards will be presented. Sal]
Kenny, '38, vice-presidentdof th
W.A.A., is in charge of the affair.
The central committee in charg
includes Miss Kenny, Jean Bonistee
'38, Barbara Eppstein, '39, Hele
Harp,B'38,Louis McLean, '39, Bett
Lyon, '39, and Frances Lyon, '40.
The roast will take place at 5:3
p.m. in the lounge of the Women
Athletic Building. Women are aske
to dress informally.
All women are invited to atten
although only freshmen were includ
ed originally. The gathering has bee
enlarged to an informal "get-to
gether" to acquaint the freshme
women with the older members o
Informal talks will be given an
the new W.A.A. scarf exhibited.
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Ball Profits Will Go
To Dorm Fund,
Total Of Tickets Limite
To 350; Sophomore Sale
To Beirin Tnmarrow
x Women Model Engineers Still
At League Lecture Sellin Tickets
x undergraduate women modeled
ses from local shops at the see-alBall
in the series of "Poise and Per- F or AnnulB l
sonality" lectures held yesterday in
d the League Ballroom.
Tickets may still be obtained for
Clothes appropriate for campus the Engineering Ball to be held from
wear supplied by Jacobson's, Collins' 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the
Shop, the Dillon Shop and Good-J Union Ballroom, according to Cedric
year's were shown. Joanne Wester- Marsh, '37E, ticket chairman.
1 V 11VGdLll 1 "Hi"lt V 1" I
or Q7.Barney Rapp and his New Eng- man, '40, modeled a two-piece knit of The tickets are priced at $2. They
ni. landers have been secured to play the popular American Beauty shade are on sale at the Union, Wahr's
for the Soph Pro according to Rich- with brown accessories. A Lanz fBookfStore, Ulrich's Book Store in
7 1, Salzburg design in brown with green the lobby of the East Engineering
ard Fox, chairman of the music com- and red trim was worn by Margaret Building and on the second floor of
e mittee. The prom will be held from Cram, '39. the West Engineering Building, Marsh
1 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Dec. 11, in Mary Wheat, '39, appeared in a said.
n the Union. bright green wool and Mary Gage, Austin Wylie and his NBC orches-
Rapwo snw naedaIh '40, modeled a three-piece classic I tra has been contracted to, furnish
Rapp who is now engaged at the black suit with red accessories. Sally the music for the dance. Wylie and
o Automobile Show in Detroit will bring Thomas '40, wore a rose knit ac- his band are )nown to students on
's 14 men for the first class dance of the cented by a brown vest buttoned campus through frequent broadcasts
d BETTY KING, '37 year. He will feature Ruby Wright, down the front. Betty Rouse, '40, on both of the larger networks of
* formerly with the Broadway revue, modeled a more formal knit under a the country.
d,' natural panther fur coat. Van Bo- The affair, which will be a formal
- S"Music In The Air," and the distinc- ven's shoe store provided shoes to ball. is the second of its kind, being
n tive harmony of the orchestra's trio, compliment the costumes. inaugurated last year. It proved so
- "The New Englanders." After the style show a skit was pre- successful that the Engineering
n s Us ers For During the past few seasons Rapp j sented illustrating the finer points of Council, which sponsors the dance,
f has appeared at the Netherland- table etiquette. Lillian Platte, '38, decided to make it an annual affair,
Plaza Hotel and the Castle Farms in and Helen Brady, '40, took part in it was announced by James Walker,
.d ell iCincinnati, the Book-Cadillac Hotel the play. '37E, general chairman. The Engi-
in Detroit, the Chasee Hotel in St. ---__ neering Ball is not to be confused
"Louis, the Claridge in Memphis, the wihteanaSieRl ac
Will Admit Only Sorority Pavilion Royale in New Haven, and' Prof. Louis Strauss which will be given later in the year.
Women Due To Great the Forest Club in New Orleans. He Addresses Graduates
went to the Automobile Show direct ng knowledge while others wish it
Shortage Of Tickets from the Gibson Hotel in Cincinnati. "We are all here for the same pur- only to pass it on.
He is also featured in nightly broad- pose-to search for the truth," said It is because of this fundamental
Ushers for the annual Panhellenic casts over WLW and the Mutual net- ILouis A. Strauss of the English de- oneness of purpose that there is a
Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. work. partment in his talk yesterday be- "community of scholarship" among
Friday, Nov. 27 in the League Ball- Fox also announced that fore the graduate students at their students in different fields, accord-
Foxals anouned hatRapp will weekly luncheon meeting in the Rus- ing to Professor Strauss. The speaker
room have been announced by Betty( play at the Soph Prom Dec. 4 at Ohio iekylnho etgi h u- n oPoesrSrus h pae
Kng have benr aoun by Bett tl at t tphe CPromecat or , sian Tea Room of the League. also stressed the point that graduates
King, '37, general chairman. I State, and at the Christmas Formal, Professor Strauss went on to point may gain much through the inter-
Earl Morrow, '37, will be in charge D , on ouge, La. out that the aims of the students in change of ideas among themselves,
of the ushers for the dance, Miss l David Drysdale, chairman, an- their search may be different, that which will serve to broaden their out-
King said. The other men who will nounced Tuesday that the profits of some are interested purely in acquir- look on their own fields of specializa-
act in the capacity are Charles Ken- the dance will be given to the dormi- Lion.
nedy, '37E, David Barnett, '39L, John tory fund. Last year $100 was made -
Cornelius, '38, Robert Sankey, '37, on the sophomore class project. LOC-AL
Irving Edelbery, '37 and Joseph Tickets will be limited to 350 and DANCING CHELSEA
White, '37E. I otpaibtcs.FO ER S O
,will be priced at $2.50. Frederick Toe, tap, acrobatics
All non-affiliated women having Reinheimer, chairman of the ticket Garden Studio.Wuer th 203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
tickets for the ball are asked by committee, announced that the ticket Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695 Flowers for All Occasions
Betty Ronal, '38, ticket chairman, to sale would begin tomorrow.___ 2nd Floor. Open eves.
sacrifice their tickets in order that___
the sorority women may attend. Te - _
tickets for the ball, which is held each
year for sorority women, have been
entirely sold out, Miss Ronal stated.
She addedthat many affiliated wom- Starting THURSDAY Another Jacobson
en have been denied the privilege of
attending the dance because of this
A door list will be used and a check
of all attending will be made at the
entrance to the ballroom, said Miss
Ronal. This was decided reluctantly,
she added, but was deemed a neces-
sity. All non-affiliated women hav-
ing tickets may hand them in from
2 to 5 p.m. today in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League, she said.
MICH IGAN vs. OHIO
Saturday, November 21st
Leave Ann Arbor 8:00 a.m. (E.T.)
Arrive Columbus (Stadium) 12:30 Noon
Leave Columbus (Union Station) 7:30 p.m. (E.T.)
Arrive Ann Arbor Midnight
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THE ANN ARBOR
Dr. Bell Announces
Women's Golf Team
Members of the varsity women's
golf team were announced by Dr.
Margaret Bell Thursday night at a
dinner at the League, held by Pitch
and Putt, women's golf club.
The women selected are Harriet'
Dean, '39, Marjorie Merker, '39, Mary
Jane Mueller, '38; Stephanie Parfet,
'39, Frances Sutherland, '39, Marjorie
Tate, '39, and Barbara Teal, '39. In
conjunction with their positions,
these women will receive free play-
ing privileges at the University Golf
Course until the spring women's golf
tournament is held.
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Special Price of
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Selling Regularly to $21.75
Special Price of
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