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, OCT. 3, 1926

C H I G A N'p 1) A I LY

THE MICHIGAN PAILY

Chairman Of
League Paper
Chooses Staff
Mackintosh, Melin, Head
'League Lantern,' New
Paper For Women
The editorial staff members for the
"League Lantern," a new women's
paper, were announced yesterday by
Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, chairman
of the League publicity committee,
and managing editor of the publica-
tion.
Roberta Jean Melin, '38, is to be
Miss Mackintosh's chief assistant.
Miss Melin has been active in Play
Production and several League com-
mittees. In addition she was a mem-
ber of the women's staff of The Daily
last year.
The remainder of the staff also is
to be composed of members of the
publicity organization. They are
Betty Bingham, '37, Janet Carver, '38,
Helen Douglas, '38, Jean Hoffman,
'38, Margaret Jack, '38, Barbara Lov-
ell, '38, Mary Sage Montague, '37,
Katherine Moore, '38, Harriet Pom-
eroy, '39, Barbara Schacht, '37, Mar-
ian Smith, '39, Betty Strickroot, '38,
and Elizabeth Whitney, '37.
Tentative Date Set
The tentative date set for the in-
itial publication is the second week
in October. The first issue is to be
in the nature of an introductory ori-
entation number, according to Miss
Mackintosh.
The paper will be planned for both
campus circulation and distribution
to alumnae. It will contain a col-
umn of special interest to alumnae
to be written by Mrs. S. Beach Con-
ger, executive'secretary of the Alum-
nae Association, which will incor-
porate news from national headquar-
ters of the association.
In addition there is to be news of
general ingrest to undergraduates
and Miss Mackintosh is planning a
column of campus activity notes.
To Appear Monthly
The paper, a four-page sheet, is to
appear monthly or eight times
throughouttheyyear. It is hoped,
Miss Mackintosh said, that it will
be enlarged to eight pages for special
editions such as the May Festival
and the beginning of the semester in
February.
There is to be no advertising in the
publication and it is to be operated
on a non-profit basis. Tables will be
set up on campus to sell the paper
and representatives will be sent
around to sororities and dormitories
to aid in the all-campus sale.
The price will be five cents a copy
and 50 cents for a year's subscription.
There is to be a meeting of the
paper staff at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the
Undergraduate Office of the League.
Attendance is compulsory, according
to Miss Mackintosh.
T rkets Go'On
Sale or B eta
OpenFormal
Tickets for. the first formal dance
of the year which is being sponsored
for the entire campus by the Beta
Theta Phi fraternity went on sale
yesterday.
The price of the tickets, according
to an announcement by John Seeley,
'37, chairman of the dance commit-
tee, will be $2.50 per couple and they
can be obtained at the Union desk
and Van Boven's or from members of
the fraternity.
The committee urges that reserva-

tions for tickets be made early as a
capacity crowd is expected to attend
as the dance is the first formal of
the year and will have the music of
Ben Pollack and his orchestra.
The dance will be one of the few,
formal affairs given on the campus
that will not have a grand march,
which is a customary feature at
these functions. Dancing will be
continuous, however, from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m., the committee announces.
Ben Pollack and his orchestral
have been presented over station
WGN, Chicago,

Sue Thomas, George Lawton To Marry Today

Four Michigan
Students Tell

CHAPTER HOUSE
x Tm1T NT is

Nuptial News Among the various houses which
are entertaining this weekend, two
Jsororities and four fraternities will.
Bartling, IRudIick, DJ ewey, ihave as their guests several out-of-,
Lockwood Are Featured town alumni.i
i Alpha Chi Omega
In Wedding Events i1Alpha Chi Omega sorority is en-
tertaining Grace Lamb, '36, Jean
Many weddings and engagements Nelson, '36, Highland Park, Mich.,
have been listed on the University of and Dorothy Anderson, '36, of Grand
Michigan social calendar. Members Rapids, Mich., who are here for the
of Kappa Delta sorority, Sigma Phi, Michigan State game.
Zeta Psi and Phi Epsilon Pi fratern- Mrs. K. Krause of Detroit, Mich.,
ities are among the principles in the the alumnae faculty adviser is a
announcements. guest of the sorority -for the rushing
A wedding of great interest in cam- period.
pus circles was that of Miss Grace Alpha Gamma Delta
Bartling, '36. daughter of Mr. and Tie Alpha Ga ma Delta sorority
Mrs. Charles Bartling of Glenview, will have for their guest this week-
Ill., to Albert R. Brownridge of Chi- end Maureen Friar, graduate of last
cago at 8:30 Sept. 18, in the Metho- June.
dist Chapel in Evanston, Ill. A re- Kappa Delta Rho
ception followed at the Georgian. Guests of Kappa Delta Rho fra-
Miss Helen Rankin, '36, a sorority termty, following the game today,
sister, was maid of honor. Mr. and will include Truman Stienko, '33, for-
Mrs. Brownridge are residing in Chi- mer president of the house; Barney
.ra -Coats, '30; Abe Hanje, '32; Glenn
cago. Mrs. Brownridge was presi- Edmundscn, '34; George Ahn, '30;
dent of Mortarboard, elected to Phi Thomas McVay, Chicago, and Sam
Beta Kappa in her junior year, and Burns, Pontiac.
a member of Kappa Delta sorority. a
I Holland-Ruddick Marriage Kappa Phi
Mr. Edward Rolland and Mrs. The Nu chapter of Kappa Phi will
Clara G. Holland of Grand Rapids entertain Oct. 25 at a tea given for
announce the marriage of their them by Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
daughter, Mary Claire, to Eustice honorary sponsor, at the Ruthven
Wells Ruddick of New' York City. Mr.home. . I
Ruddick was graduated from the The club, which is for all women
University in the class of '35 and was of Methodist preference, will hold its
affiliated with Sigma Phi fraternity. first regular meeting of the year on
The couple was married Sept. 16 in Oct. 20, following which members will
St. Andrews Rectory in Grand Rap- call cn women showing much prefer-
ids and are living on Long Islandoence in their homes or dormitories.
N. Y Following the tea, a rushing dinner
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ingalls of Alpenawill be given on Tuesday, Oct. 27,
Mich. have announced the engage- and pledging ceremonies havebeen
ment of their daughter, Jane, to Al- planned for the following Sunday,
len C. Dewey, '37, son of Mr. and Nov.1Throughouttheye, super
meetings will be held every other
Mrs. John Dewey of Chelsea. Miss
Mrs.JohnDewe ofChelea. issTuesday at Stalker Hall, local head-
Ingalls was graduated from the Uni- ,yartestekgru,
versity of Chicago last year. Mr. qhe Group.
Dewey is president of Zeta Psi fra- HolPMable Gm28m Delta i
ternity and a member of Mimes Dra- y, , wi e entertained
matic society. The wedding is to be at the Phi Gamma Delta house this
week end. Mabley was formerly bus-
an event of the Christmas holidays. ipess manager of The Daily, and
Announce Engagement a member of Michigamua honor so-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rogers of piety.
Moline, Ill., announced in August the Phi Epsilon Pi
engagement of their daughter, Pa- Sal pr o Te
Smela, to George Lockwood, '39, son Stanley Cooper of Toledo, O., will
eaf tr. Gedorse. Lockwood, son be entertained at the Phi Epsilon Pi
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lockwood of _____
Monroe, Mich.,.at a supper dance.--
Miss Rogers is attending Rockford
college at Rockford, Ill, Mr. Lock-
wood is a 'member of Zeta Psi fra-
ternity. The wedding will take place
in June.
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity has an-
nounced the marriage of Charles
Murray of Detroit to Miss Anne Ad-
ams of that city in August. They are
residingim Ann Arbor.

Alumnae Club
Makes Plans
For Campaign
Executive Board To Hold
Luncheon Today; NewI
Chairmen Appointed
The members of the executive
board of the Ann Arbor Alumnae
Club will confer with Mrs. Stowell
C. Stebbins of Marshall, chairman of
the Alumnae Council, at a luncheon
today at the League, to plan for the
launching of a membership cam-
paign.
Mrs. Seymour Beach Conger, Mrs.
A. C. Furstenberg, Mrs. Eugene B.
Power, 'Mrs. Theophil Raphael and

he~re T0Go
j Thatre :Michigan, "Yours for the
.Asking" with George Raft and Do-
lores Costello; Orpheum, "Widow
!from Monte Carlo" with Dolores Del
Rio and "The Devil's Squadron" with
Richard Dix; Whitney, "End of the
Trail" with Jack Holt; Wuerth,
"Flash Gordon" with Buster Crabbe
and "Last of the Pagans" with Mala;
Majestic, "Anthony Adverse" with
Fredric March and Olivia de Havil-
land.
Dancing: Football dance, Union
ballroom; Silver Grill of the League,
Chubb's; Armory.
M.S.C. Band, Steinle
Will Play Tonight

Mis. Irene B. Johnson, all of Ann Ar-
bor, are the members of the execu- The first football dance of the year,
tive board which will consider chair- which will be held from 9 p.m. to 12
manship appointments with Mrs. midnight today in the Union ball-
Stebbins in the organizing of the room, is to feature the band of Bill
campaign at the luncheon meeting Porter who is coming from Michigan
today. State College at East Lansing for
F uflds To Be Raised the occasion.
The membership campaign and This band played at the overflow
another project to be announced lat- dance held last year and they have
er are for the purpose of raising furnished music at the Michigan
funds for the scholarships the as- State Union for the last three years.
sociation offers, and it is expected Along with Porter's orchestra the
that the enlarged enrollment will regular Union band led by Bob
give the club a wider participation Steinle will be featured. There will
in national and local program of pro- be dancing on the second and third
viding student loans and gifts. Espe- floors of the building.
cial efforts will be made this year to -
raise scholarships for Ann Arbor may become associate members of
women wishing to enter the Uni- the club. It is hoped that there will
versity. be an increase of at least 1,000 wom-
All women who have attended the en in the enrollment of the local
University for any period of time are branch at the conclusion of the
eligible for membership, and those membership campaign.
interested in the scholarship plan AYin.me1I*VArntniemi

Today marks the wedding of Miss Sue Thomas, '36, of Dayton, O.,
and George Lawton, '35, of Royal Oak. The ceremony will take place
at 8:30 p.m. at the First Prest.yterian Church in Dayton. Miss Thomas,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thomas, is affiliated with Delta Gamma
sorority. Lawton, a member of Trigon fraternity, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Fred Lawton, of Royal Oak. Both have been active in campus
activities. Following the honeymoon, thescouple will live in Detroit.
Football Games Will Popularize
Comfort, Gaiety In Sportswear

house this week end. Cooper, who is
coming for the State game, was
House Superior during his senior year
here and is now practicing law in
Toledo.
Zeta Psi
George Quimby, '36, of Grand Rap-
ids, Mich., former president of the
fraternity is a guest at the Zeta Psi
house for the Michigan State game.
Dean Emerson, head of the En-
gineering School of the University of
Indiana, together with his wife and
two children will also be guests.

Mrs. Johnson, president of the
Ann Arbor branch of the club, has
announced several appointments for
the club year. Mrs. Evans Holbrook
has been delegated chairman of the
local homecoming committee, and
Mrs. Harold P. Trosper, chairman of
the membership group.
At the head of the publicity com-
mittee Mrs. Johnson has placed Mrs.
Alfred 0. Lee. Mrs. Barry Townsley,
Mrs. J. F. Breakey, Mrs. E. W. Dal-
strom have been appointed as chair-
men of the fellowship, social, and
finance committees respectively.

T-_. _
--

By JENNY PETERSEN
Today is the day on which the
freshmen will at last feel fully ori-
ented to campus life, and the upper-
classwoman will realize that she isl
truly "back to the old grind."
This week the newcomer has ex-
plored the diagonal, has located the
Natural Science Building, , and has
perhaps made merry at the League
or Union. Her sophomore, junior, or
senior sister has resumed her knitting
in class and has greeted her old pals
in the Parrot. Neither, however, has
entirely savoured all that is included
in "college life," until the first foot-'
ball game of the season.
And again the question goes up,,
"what to wear?" A long coat of some
kind is the first requisite, for no
matter how brightly the sun shines,
the stadium can be mighty chilly late
in the afternoon. If the weather
is too warm for the coat during the
first half it can always be folded up
and sat on, if you- are obeying all
fashion precepts and wearing some-
thing casual and sporty.
Here's a note of warning about
hats. Don't let your enthusiasm for,
the currently popular feather spoil.
somebody's game. Save your quilled
hat for some time when it won't stick
your neighbor in the eye or interfere;
with the view of the person in back of,
you. Have something small anid
sturdy on your curls, for when Ann
Arbor's eleven makes its first touch-
down you will probably tear off your
hat and wave it in your enthusiasm.
Extremely bright colors would not
be amiss today. Flaunt the red scarf
you have been saving because it was
too conspicuous. Wear colored ankle
socks to match your sweater. Carry
colored crochet gloves to harmonize
with your hat and scarf.
However, something even newer for

fall sportswear is black. Two-piece
knitted dresses of cashmere are stun-"
ning with natural camel's hair. Black
single-breasted jackets are good look-
ing with black and white plaid skirts
and with plain colored skirts.
The weather man is not being very
promising about tomorrow afternoon
so perhaps you had better take along
a raincoat of some kind. A cello-
phane or oiled silk coat which can
be folded and tucked in your purse
would be a happy choice. But on
no account take an umbrella.

)RAL UN IO

Bridge Club To Hold
First Meeti n O~t.

61

According to Miss Ethel A. McCor-.
mick, social directress of the League,
the League duplicate bridge club,
which meets at 7:30 p.m. every Tues-
day evening, will start activities for3
the year on Oct. 6.
All students are invited to attend.
If partners are desired, call Conway
Magee, 8310, who will assist in pro-
curing them.
'ENSIAN TRYOUTS TO REPORT

Classes In Dancing
To Start At League
The first of a new series of be-
ginner's dancing classes will be held
from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the League ballroom. Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the
League, is to be in charge.
The series will be composed of
eight lessons to be given every Tues-
day night. A nominal fee of $3 is to
be charged for the course. The as-
sistance for any woman interested in
the teaching of the classes would be!
greatly appreciated, Miss McCormick
said.
A course designed for intermediate
pupils is planned for 7 p.m. Wed-
nesdays in the League ballroom. Jean
Seeley, Grad., and Douglas Gregory,
40, are to be the instructors.
Last year Gregory assisted in the

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CONCERTS

HILL AUDITORIUM
October 19
Kirsten Flagstad, Soprano
November 2
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
November 16-
Nobr1 oscow Cathedral Choir
NICHOLAS AFONSKY, Conductor
November 30
Jascha Heifetz, Violinist
December 10

Tryouts for the Michiganensian teaching of a similar course with Ma-
business staff are asked to reportrie Sawyer, '37, both pupils of Roy
at the Student Publications Building Hoyer. The team won a dance con-
on Maynard Street at 4:00 p.m. Mon- test and has appeared at theatres
day. [ in Detroit and Cleveland.
Colleg$ates Are Cheering for These

GET THAT
MICHIGAN SWING
and
DANCEE
at CHUBB S
Friday . . . 9 till 1
Saturday . . . 9 till 12
Sunday . . . 8 till 10O:34)

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January 25
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February 23 ru---
rtur Schnabel, Pianist
March 24
Nelson Eddy, Baritone
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