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Jheatre Drive
Returns Show
Big Increase
Latest returns from the Children's
Theatre drive indicate a total of
$67.50, $15 more than the amount
collected last year, according to Mar-
garet Guest, '37, chairman.
This will enable the committee to
send 405 underprivileged children to
a performance of the theatre during
the year, with an average 135 to each
production.
Although all matinees of "Hans
Brinker" attracted an almost full
house, Miss McCormick, founder of7
the project, believes that the theatre
could take care of 100 more children
for the last two plays if the money
were available. This would mean
about $30 more which would be need-+
ed.
The profits from the Children's1
Theatre are added to the League
scholarship fund, so donations made1
during the drive would serve the4
double purpose of entertaining and
educating the children and helping
some student through college.

Annual Dance Held
By Faculty Women
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold its annual reception and dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight Wednesday
in the ballroom of the League.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.1
Ruthven and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
L. Adams will receive in the Grand
Rapids Room. Mrs. Adam is presi-
dent of the Faculty Women's Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weller, Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer Christian, Mr. and Mrs.;
Herbert Taggard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bredvold and Mr. and Mrs. Wells
Bennett will assist in the Grand Rap-
ids Room.
There will be several private din-
ners before the reception and dance,
for which Charlie Zwick and the
League orchestra will furnish the
music. The League ballroom will be
decorated for the occasion with
Christmas decorations.
The Mgpday Evening Drama sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the home of Mrs. R. P. Briggs, ac-
cording to Mrs. Carleton B. Pierce,
chairman of the section.
Mrs. Leonard L. Watkins has
charge of selecting the play for study.

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

PRANCING HORSES was the
word last week when Ann Arbor-
ites spent the week-end Soph
Cabareting, but dancing ladies will
be in the fore this week-end, my
friends, at Soph Prom, and a gay
affair that is going to be, let me
tell you! (Looks as though the
Sophomores are right on top -
just now anyway!)
SOPH PROM, of course, means
lovely new formals (really it's a
good excuse to get something very
very snooty for those early Christ-
mas parties.) And ELIZABETH
DILLON is showing just the thing
- and to serve both purposes.
Black nets are the vogue -yes
and they are stunning! You have
no idea how filmy black net can
look - or have you? - and noth-
ing is quite so alluring as a beau-
tiful girl in a filmy formal - ask
the man who has seen one! Nu-
merous variations are to be found
in this line - some with tiered
velvet bands making an ultra vol-
uminous skirt, net ruffles or even
little rhinestone studded net jack-
ets (didn't I tell you they would
sound cute -- well you should see
them). Then too, Miss Dillon is
showing a gorgeous hyacinth blue .
slipper satin formal set off by tle
most stunning little jacket with a
quilted peplin. Really I just can't
wait to see you in one of these
lovely gowns -lucky Sophomore
Prom! P.S. - Your Christmas
budget can stand it, too!
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ANQTHER LITTLE MATIER to
be attended to before the big
week-end is a coiffure to suit the
mood of that new formal-isn't
the modern age wonderful - we
can wear our hair in tune with
our clothes, our moods or any-
thing else one might wear one's
hair with - but at least we can
all be different and that's the
main thing. MRS. DIMATTIA
can make you just what you want
to be and no foolin' - whatever
it is it will be lovely - take your
correspondent's word for it - she
has seen and knows! I only hope
that you won't have to make it

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right between bluebooks like this
fellow, but make your reservations
early, the crowds are going to be
terrific because Ann Arbor is really
going to town this week-end - it's
the last before Christmas Vaca-
tion and there's a lot of important
celebrating to be done.
SPEAKING OF CHRISTMAS and
only one more week-end before
vacation reminds me of all the
Christmas shopping that you have
not quite gotten around to, am
I right! Just an old procrasti-
nator but really a heart of gold!
Well CALKINS - FLETCHERS'
still have plenty of lovely things in
the gift line -with a special em-
phasis on stunning manicure sets.
Peggy Sage has various and sun-
dry types - take for instance the
"Corduroy" model (a pure, pure
white) that would win any little
girl's heart or the "Bandbox," or
even the "Boudoir Style," in shiny
white satin trimmed in red. Now,
confidentially, isn't that just what
you've been looking for? And by
the way stop in on December 14th
and see the Mary Dunhill special
offer - it's a big surprise and well
worth your while, I'll see you
there!
AND GIRLS! Hasn't it always
been said that men are the most
difficult to get gifts for? Well, I
used to think so too, but I've just
found out that it's all a big mis-
take - because WAGNERS have
a wonderful line of gifts for the
men - and wonderful suggestions
too! Just as a tempter they have
grand pipes and all the smoking
accessories you ever thought of
(some you haven't too!), brush
and comb sets - very good-look-
ing and stunning monogrammed
evening scarfs. What man would
not want to be the proud owner
of one of these. But these are
only tempters, now drop in and
see for yourself all the other gifts
that they have to offer. Yes, sir.
it's going to be a gay Christmas -
and girls don't forget to do YOUR
part!

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High Averages
To Be Named
By Dean Lloyd
President Ruthven To Give
Main Speech; Registrar
To Present Gifts
Mcre than four hundred women
ai e expected to attend the third an-
nual Assembly Banquet to be held
from 6 to 8 p.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom, according to Mary
Ellen Heitsch, '37,'general chairman.
Tickets for the affair may be ob-
:ained at the League desk and from
members of the Assembly board until
10 a.m. tomorrow. The tickets are
priced at 65 cents.
All women attending are to be seat-
ed according to the dormitories and
zones which they represent. A seat-
ing list will be placed in the con-
course of she League preceding the
banquet. All people must be in their
places by 6 p.m.
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will be the main speaker of the
evening. Dean Alice C. Lloyd will an-
nounce the name of the house for
non-affiliated women with the high-
es' scholastic standing for the last
year and will present a gift to that
house.
The names of the three non-affil-
iated women with the highest ac-
ademic rating in the senior, junior,
and sophomore classes for the past
year will be announced by Ira M.
Smith, registrar. The gifts, given by
the members of the League Council,
will be presented to the women by
Charlotte Rueger, '37, president of
the League.
The central committee consists of
Eloise Campbell, '38, in charge of
decorations, Jane Carson, '37, patron
chairman, Lois Spreen, '37, tickets,
and Jewel Drickamer, '38, publicity.
Patrons and patronesses for the
banquet are President and Mrs. Ruth-
von, Vice-President and Mrs. Shirley
W. Smith, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Edward H.
Kraus, Dean and Mrs. Wilbur Hum-
phreys, Dean Alice C. Lloyd and Dean
Walter B. Rea.
Others will be Registrar and Mrs.
Ira M. Smith, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher,
Miss Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Martha
Ray, Miss Isabel Dudley, and Miss
Ruth Danielson.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Miss Ann
Vardon, Miss Vera F. Howard, Mrs.
Joseph Parsons, Miss A. Evelyn Heu-
velhorst, Miss Mary Gleason and Miss
Sarah Rowe will also act as patron-
esses. Miss Rueger and Betty. Ann
Beebe, '37. president ofdthe Panhel-
lenic Association, have received spe-
dal invitations to attend the banquet.
All women in charge of tickets
should contact Miss Spreen between
2:30 and 3 p.m. today in the Under-
graduate Office.
FACULTY WOMEN
The Bibliophiles, of the Faculty
Women's Club, will meet Tuesday,
December 8, at 2:30 p.m. in the Host-
ess' Room at the Michigan League.
Miss Catharine Campbell will be the
hostess, and Mrs. Lars Thomassen
will continue her discussion of the
dramas of Gerhardt Hauptmann.
Members of the club will take part
in the general discussion.

PRESIDENT RUTHVEN

Banquet Speakers

League Doors
To Be Thrown
Open Dec. 1

Leather is living a dual nature this
season. In addition to serving prac-
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More Than 5,000 Plan To.I
Attend Affair; No Late
Permission Extended
More than 5,000 members of the
student body are expected to attend
the annual League Open House,
scheduled to take place from 7:30 to
10 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, it was an-
iicunced by Harriet Hathaway, '37,
head of the house reception commit-
tee and chairman for the affair.
Featured entertainments for theI
evening are to include dancing,
bridge, other card games and ping-
pong in the various parts of the build-
ing. Guides may be obtained in the
Undergraduate Office, to take anyone
who so desires, on tours of the build-
ing.
The entire League building is to
be open for inspection. Although
men are usually not allowed on the
third floor, they will be permitted
on this occasion to visit the League
Library, the Alumnae Room and
others on the third floor, according
to Miss Hathaway. Members of the
house reception* committee are to
serve as guides.
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra
will play for dancing in the Ball-
room. Members of the League so-
cial committee, headed by Harriet
Heath, '37, chairman, will serve as
hostesses for dancing, it was an-
nounced. Zwick is planning several
special novelty numbers for the af-
fair.
For those who do not care to dance
there will be bridge and other card
games in the Alumnae Room. It will
not be necessary to bring a partner
for bridge. Tables are to be set up
for ping pong in the game room.
Helen Louise Arner, '38, is acting
in the capacity of assistant to Miss
Hathaway. Various members of the
Undergraduate Council will also be
present to act as hostesses.
No late permission is to be extend-
ed to women attending the affair, it
was stated,
the Judiciary Council, wjl explain
the functions of the Council under
the present organization of the
League.
Mrs. Conger will talk of the plans
which are being made for the cen-
tennial celebration of alumnae wom-
en to be given next June in Ann Ar-
bor. The Association is planning to
bring distinguishedalumnae back to
Michigan and to hold Open House at
the League, Mrs. Conger said.
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Vogue features as a new find the
separate velvet evening hoods which
tie under the chin and are made to
double as collars.

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DEAN ALICE C. LLOYD
Alumnae Group
Meeting Draws'
Three Students
Three University women will at-
tend the holiday meeting of the Sag-
inaw Avenue Association of Uni-
versity Women which will be held
from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Hudson Party House at Saginaw, ac-
cording to Mrs. Lucille B. Conger,
executive secretary of the Michigan
Alumnae Association, who will ac-
company the group to Saginaw.
The meeting is being given in the
honor of the more prominent stu-
dents on campus. Betty Anne Beebe,
'37, president of Panhellenic, will at-
tend and give a talk on the interest
University women have shown con-
cerning the new rushing system put
into effect this fall and the ques-
tionnaires on deferred rushing which
recently have been distributed.
Betty Lyon, '39, vice-president of
the sophomore class and assistant
chairman of Sophomore Cabaret,
will discuss such topics as the new
Carillon, Childrens Theatre, and
"The Derby."
Maryanna Chockley, '37, head of

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