SATURDAY, OCT. 23, 193'7
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THEa r. MIawC.. a a i .tA" vL-A. 1lY
Will Announce Recipients
Of Scholarship Awards
At Annual Banquet
The committee members for the
Assembly Banquet, which will be held
at 6 p.m., Nov. 8, in the League Ball-
room, were announced yesterday by
Barbara McIntyre, '38, general chair-
Barbara Lovell, '38, will have Nor-
ma Curtis, '39, Virginia Krieghof, '38
and Suzanne Potter, '39, to assist
her on the publicity committee. Dor-
othy Gittleman, '38, Berta Knudson,
'38, and Myrra Short, '39, are the
members of the patrons committee,
headed by Nancy Kover, '38.
The chairman of the tickets com-
mittee, Betty Jane Mansfield, '39,
will be assisted by Jane Campbell, '39,
June Fleming, '39, Janet Croft,
'38, Arlyne Icheldinger, '38SM, Mad-
eline Krieghoff, '39, Betty Myers, '39,
Frances McKinney, '38Ed, Mary Ev-
elyn Owen, '39, Miriam Sanders, '38,
Frances Small, '40, and Doris Yoder,
The members of the decorations
coimnittee, headed by Irene Sartor,
'38, are Virginia Carr, '38A, Janet
Clark, '40A, Ruth Clement, '40, Lu-
cille Kauer, '40, and Dorothy Nichols,
Tickets for the banquet are 70
cents and dormitory and league house
zone representatives will be in charge
of selling them, according to Miss
Miss Sartor said that the decora-
tions will be the Assembly crest,
the same one used at last year's As-
sembly Ball. This crest is in the
shape of a triangle, which incloses
the University seal, UM and the
The theme of this year's banquet
is membership and scholarship, ac-
cording to Miss McIntyre. "The
bringing together of the non-affiliat-
ed women will, we hope, create a
greater feeling of unity among them,"
During the banquet an award will
be presented to that dormitory or
league house which attained the best
scholastic average last year, accord-
ing to Miss McIntyre. She said, also,
that personal awards will be given
to the sophomore, junior and senior
non-affiliated women who had the
best grades last year. If the ones
who attained the highest averages
are not at the banquet, Miss Mc-
Intyre added, those with the next-
highest averages will be presented
with the award.
Will Hold Tea
F o r Members
The Ann Arbor group of the Mich-
igan Alumnae Organization will hold
a tea honoring its new members at
2:30 p.m. today in the Ethel Fountain
Hussey Room and the concourse of
the League, according to Mrs. Lucille
B. Conger, executive secretary of all
The speaker for the affair will be
Mrs ..rno Bader, who will tell about
her experiences in China last year and
will also speak about the positions
held by Michigan alumni now in
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven and
Mrs. James F. Breakey will preside at
the tea table, which will bae decorated
with a centerpiece of autumn fruits
The new members are to be greeted
by the members of the board who are
Mrs. Irene B. Johnson, president of
the Ann Arbor group, Mrs. Shirley W.
Smith, Mrs. Pearson Beebe, Mrs. Lu-
cille B. Conger, Mrs. Leigh J. Young,
Mrs. Harold P. Trosper, Mrs. Frank F.,
Van Tuyle, Miss Lynda Eberbach and
Mrs. Sherwood B. Winslow.
A membership campaign among the
Ann Arbor members has been going
on this month, headed by Mrs. Waldo
M. Abbott and her committee. Mem-
bership is open to all graduates, form-
er students and those who are inter-
ested in the club's work to give
University scholarships and fellow-
ships to Ann Arbor women.
Women Open Volleyball
tournament This Week'
The first three games of the wom-
en's volleyball tournament were
played this week at Barbour Gym-
nasium. Zone VII beat Zone I by a
score of 43-20. Collegiate Sorosis lost
a close game to Adelia Cheever, the
final score was 36-35. Jordan Hall
was victorious over Kappa Kappa
Gamma with a score of 41-16.
Fitted Coats Smart
With this season's emphasis on
elegance, fitted coats come again
to the fore. The one shown above
is well adapted for any use because
of its simple lines and graceful
Persian collar. Fullness in the sleeve
is concentrated above the elbow.
Held At Union
More than 275 couples danced at
the annual Union Formal last night.
Virginia I. Letts, of Detroit attend-
ed with Richard Fox, '39A, general
chairman of the dance. Jane Mou-!
gey chose a white brocade formal
with a low cut neck with a gold
brooch. With it she wore gold sandals.
Miss Mougey attended the dance with
John Thom, '38, had as his guest,
Mary Margaret Thomas, '40, who
wore blue net fashioned in a full
shirt and an off the shoulder effect.
The dress was decorated with rhine-
stone buttons. Kathryn Powell, '41,1
guest of Frederick Geib, '38F&C,
chose a gold cloth blouse with a black
velvet skirt. At the neck she wore a
bright green scarf.
Dressed in a severe black broad-'
cloth gown with a full skirt, Frances
Bourke, '41, was seen with Carvel
Shaw, '39, with whom she attended
the dance. Horace Gilmore, '39, at-I
tended with Ann Stannard, '41, who!
was gowned in peach slipper satin
with a full skirt. A red bow with
streamers down the front matched
her red slippers.
Roberta Chissus, '39, was the guest
of John Parker, '39E, and wore a
gown of pink sharkskin cloth. It
had buttons down the back and a du-
bonet belt and shoes completed the
dress. Ann Vicary, '40, chose rose
taffeta with a short sleeved jacket to
wear. She attended the dance with
Paul Brickley, '39.f
Also seen at the dance were Eliza-
beth Dean of Albion College, who was!
the guest of Frederick Luebke, '39E.
H ours Are Told
Freshmen To Get Advice
Free; Upperclassmen To
The times for consultation with
Miss Elizabeth MacDonald Osborne,
appearance adviser, who will come
here for a week, starting Monday,
Oct. 25, were announced yesterday
by Margaret Ferries, '38, chairman of
the Orientation Committee of the
Miss Osborne will counsel groups of
eight in half hour periods. The serv-
ice will be free to freshman women,
but sophomores and upperclassmen
will have to pay 10 cents. Women can
sign up at the League desk for ap-
Up to Wednesday of next week,
appointments are to be reserved for
freshmen. However, if an appoint-
ment is not taken within an hour of
the scheduled time by a freshman, an
upperclassman can take it. All reser-
vations left after Wednesday can be
taken also by upperclassmen.
On Monday, Oct. 25, appointments
will be from 11 a.m. to noon and from
3 to 5 p.m.; on Tuesday they will be
from 11 a.m. to noon and 2:30 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m.; on Wednesday from
10:30 a.m. to noon and from 3 to 5:30
p.m. On Thursday and Friday they
will also be available from 10:30 a.m.
to noon and from 3 to 5 p.m.
Will Visit Jordan
Miss Osborne will be present for
dinner at Jordan Hall Wednesday
night and at Betsy Barbour Dormi-
tory on Friday. After dinner she will
give a group lecture to freshmen. The
dates of her visits to other dormitories
will be announced later.
Women living in Adelia Cheever
House, Alumnae House, Martha Cook
building and all League houses are
invited to hear Miss Osborne at 5
p.m. on Wednesday in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League. At 5
p.m. on Tuesday, in the League Ball-
room, Miss Osborne is scheduled to
give a talk to freshmen.
All appointments will be held in
the Council Room of the League. It
is through the women's Orientation
Committee that Miss Osborne is vis-
iting the University.
851 Women Attend
Student Tea; Break
A ttendance Record
Eight hundred and fifty-one women
attended the Undergraduate Tea held
from 4 to 6 p.m. yesterday in the
League Ballroom, according to Bar-
bara Heath, '39, who was in charge
of the tea. Of this number, 375 were
independent women. This was the
first of the monthly undergraduate
teas to be held this year, and the
League social committee acted as
Among those present were Louise
Stone, '38, Frances Everard, '38, Flor-
ence Brotherton, '40, Camilla Ayers,
'41, Pattie Haislip, '40, and Doris
Brown, '41. Barbara Zapp, '40, Libby
Allington, '40, Marion Price, '40, and'
Jean Hanson, '38, were all hostessing.
Dancing to the music of Charlie
Zwick and his orchestra were Mary
Jane Mueller,.'38, Mary Hubbard, '41,
Violet Brodbeck, '3, Barbara Tell-
ing, '40, Dorothy Shipman, '40, Helen
Bowtell, '41, Helen Jesperson. '38, and
Margaret Martin, '41.!
I CHAPTER HOUSE
Blended Nail Lacquer Is High
Note In Latest Autumn Fashion
With all this talk about the glitter are intended to be worn with the
and glamour of '37-'38 costumes, it'sng
onlynatral o epec newsuges-blues and reds, the former being the
only natural to expect new sugges-
tions in the nail lacquers and cos- color of flame, the latter being smoky
metics which will be worn during and more blue forethe softer blues,
this gay season, wines, and blue-greens.
"Blended" is the word which stands The live, gay red of "Pimento"
out in the descriptions of polishes promises to brighten your spirits
and make-up alike, for both are being when you are wearing one of the
mixed to complement individual skin severely smart black gowns, while
tones. Though this is a compara- "Wistaria" is charming with metal-
tively old story as far as cosmetics are lies and brocades. "Nasturtium" is
concerned. it is quite an innovation the last of this collection of polishes,
in the care of the nails. In addition, each of which is advertised as con-
shades have been blended to accent taining a new ingredient causing the
the new autumn fabric colors-all lacquer to remain on the nails "a
of which leaves you' with no excuse solid week, or more." And it not
for appearing other than as an har- only stays on longer, the makers
monious whole. maintain, but it won't streak or fade.
'Thistle' New Shade And, then, there is that shade Schia-
One manicure house has put out par elli has blended . to match the
five new lacquers with a definite eye bright cerise she calls "Shocking."
to the products being turned out by Lipstick Colors Change
the dyers of fabrics. "Thistle" is Not only do the startling fabric
their offering for the new rich, dark colors demand new nail polishes, but
browns of which we see so much, as also new lipsticks and rouges. With
well as for materials containing yel- all the greyish and purplish tones
lowish tones. "Tulip" and "Clover" in- the hlies nd the hlish est iin
In contrast to last week-end's many
dances the social calendar for this
week lists only three parties-all of
them for tonight.
The Delta Theta Phi radio dance
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
William DeHaan of Ypsilanti and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Haley of Ann Arbor.
Refreshments will be served.
Miss May Gleason and Miss Sarah
Rowe will chaperone Martha Cook
Dormitory's first informal dance.
The dance, which is being given by
the Board of Governors, is under the
direction of Marion Gommesen, '38.
John McDonald's Campus Com-
manders have been engaged for the
evening, and blue and gold balloons,
crepe paper, and autumn leaves are
being used for decoration.
The third dance, also informal, is
at the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. Dr.
and Mrs. J. Tobias, Dr. William Brace
and Mr. and Mrs. S. Bothman are
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi wishes to announce
the initiation of Jane Ann Rather,
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Epsilon Phi is entertaining
at dinner on Tuesday evening, Octo-
ber 26, in honor of Dean Alice Lloyd,
Dean Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Beryl
Bacher, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Briggs,
Dr. Margaret Bell and Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
Triangle announces the pledging of
Alfred A. Petersen, '39E, Kenneth R.
Evenson, '39E, James A. Mason, '39E.
Alumnae House will hold a formal
initiation dinner at 6:30 p.m. to-
night for the new members living in
the house. Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
Miss Jeannette Perry, and Mrs. Byrl
F. Bacher will be guests at dinner.
The following people are being in-
itiated Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Betty
Lou Witters, '41, Anne Schaeffer, '40,
and Virginia McGeach, '38D.
Martha qook announces the elec-
tion of the following officers, Sally
Kenny, '38, president; Pauline Put-
nam, '38, vice-president; Barbara
'McIntyre, '38, secretary; Florence
Stevens, '38, treasurer; Ruth Moore,
'38, senior representative; Twila Tra-
ber, '39, junior representative; Bar-
bara Lovell, '38, editor of the an-
nual; Estelle Poposki, '38, business
manager of the annual.
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. . . and is considered an "indispensable" in the
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remarkable resistance to shrinking or sagging.
In two styles, knitted in the plain classic manner
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