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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGL

Name Panhellenic

Ball

Chairman'
asi (Team_

League Opens
Rental Library
Of Best Sellers

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Sorority Dance
Date Is To Be
November 26,
Stephanie Parfet To Head
Affair; Central Officers
To Be Chosen Later
Stephanie Parfet, '39, was elected
chairman of Panhellenic Ball, which
will be held Nov. 26 in the League
Ballrom, yesterday at a special meet-
ing of the delegates, according to
Harriet Shackelton, '38, president
of the Panhellenic Association.
Miss Parfet, affiliated with Alpha
Phi sorority, is on the social com-
mittee of the League and is in
charge of Ruthven teas. She was on
the business staff of the Daily and
on the program committee of Soph-
omore Cabaret.
All sorority women were urged to
attend Varsity Night and to give
their full support to the annual Var-
sity Swimming Meet which will be
held November 6.
Dean Alice C.Lloyd will talk to
the delegates at the next meeting,
Miss Shackleton announced. She
also reminded the members that
changes in the rushing rules for next
year would be considered.
Betty Gatward, '38, women's ed-
itor of the Michiganensian spoke to
the members, suggesting that every
sorority have composite pictures in,
the 'Ensian instead of the usual group
pictures. This suggestion will beI
voted upon at the next meeting.
The rest of the central committee
will be announced soon, Miss
Shackleton said. Last year Betty
King, ,'3'7, was chairman of the an-
nual dance. Four hundred couples
attended the dance at which Anson
Weeks and his orchestra played.
The Panhellenic Ball is an annual
affair usually held the day after
Thanksgiving. It is the one occasion
when all sorority women can ask men
to a formal, all-campus dance.

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Women's Hockey

Team

Pra icin

Archery Club Will Hold
We fekly Meeting Today
The archery club will hold its
weekly meeting at 4 p.m. today at the,
Women's Athletic Building. an-
nounced Ruth Carr. 38, airchery
manager.
Miss Carr urges all those who are,
interested in archery to attend the
meeting. Plans are being made to
hold a tournament soon and all who
arc interested may sign up for the
event. Last week a picnic took the
place of the regular meeting.

Time Is Announced
Fo)r SwingSessioni
The Swing Session will be held
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. tonight in the
League Ballroom, instead of from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m., according to Flor-
ence McConkey, '38, vice president
of the League in charge of the ses-
sions.
This change has been effected due
to the Rachmaniinoff concert, which
will be held at 8:30 p.m.

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: The League is opening a new rental
library this week which has all thei
current best sellers.
Among the books to be offered are:1
" ieWomenMtheDooClr"nby War-
Profits O f M eet :Wiho Mthe byClrenceDay,
wick Deeping, "The Faithful Wife,",
by Sigrid Undset, "And So-Victoria"
Swimmiing Contest To Be by Vaughan Wilkins, "Return To Re-
Nov. 6; Seven Features ligion" by Henry Link, "The Nile" by
Will e IncudedEmil Ludwig, "The Famine" by Liam
Will Be Included O'Flaherty "Northwest Passage" by
Kenneth Roberts.
'The Women's Athletic Association On the humorous side is the book
will receive most of the proceeds which is strangely entitled "How To
from a varsity swimming meet. which Lose Friends and Alienate People" by
will be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Sat-iIrving Tressler. Noel Coward's auto-
urday Nov. 6, om use fo t9 om at- biography, "Present Indicative," will
urday, Nov. 6, to use for their wom-1also be found on the shelves along l
en's swimming pool fund, announced with A. J. Cronin'. "The Citadel"
Mary Johnson, '38, W.A.A. president and Max Eastman's "Enjoyment of
and general chairman of the affair. Laughter."

College Women Prefer
SCarters
New "Debulette"

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Team Members Of Women's
Hockey Season Are Announced
Clou Tournament Planned and Sally Lou Wideline, '41, are also
For This Fall; Outside members of Miss Wolf's team. Miss 1
j(Connery is the assistant captain.C
Games Are Scheduled These two teams compose the{
hockey club which meets at 4:15 p.m.-
Members of two hockey teams have every Tuesday and Thursday at theE
been selected from the women whc. Women's Athletic Building. During
turned out for the open hockey sea- the remainder of the first outdoor,
son, announced Mary Richardson, tseason, which will continue untilI
'40Ed, hockey manager. Thanksgiving, the two teams will!
Miss Richardson captains one have a club tournament.
team which is composed of Mary Outside games will also be played,,
McCredy, '41, Virginia Storts, '40, Miss Richardson said. It is expectedi
Doris Cranmore, '40, Joan Bevington, that a match will be held with Battle
'40, Jane Carr, '41, Jane Grove, '41, Creek and with a high school team..
and Nola Borgemeister, '41. Last year a game was played with the
Florence Dyer, '40, Jane Reticher, Lawyers..-
'41, Elizabeth Brown, '41, Marjorie
Kern, '41, and Marjorie High, '40, arel
also members. Miss McCredy is the
assistant captain of this team.
Helen Wolf, '40, is .the captain ofd
the team which includes Sally Con- Cast
nery, '40Ed, Mary Newcomb, '41, Dor-
othy Cowan, '40, June Roberts, '41, O f
Frances Goar, '41, Barbara Eppstein,fXCn so s
'39, and Dorothea Ortmeyer, '41.
Edith Butler, '39, Shirley Herrick, Whitford Kane Is To Take
~41, Jean Millard, '41, Frances Bru-
menthal, '41, Hilda Van Tyle, '41, Lead And Will Be Guest
,=;>0 c o o c <Director For Play
MACH I NE LESS
PEMA H IN LLJO Announcement of the cast for "Ex-
PERMANENTS cursion," which will open at 8:15
A SPECIALTY - p.m. tomorrow in the Lydia Mendel-
Moassohn Theatre, was made yesterday.
Monday -Tuesday - Wednesday Heading the cast in the role of
SHAMPOO and WAVE 50c captain Obediah Rich will be Whit-
Open Monday, Wednesday and ford Kane, who is also guest director
Friday Evenings tof the play. Sarah Pierce, will ap-
RAGGEDY AN N pear in the role of Mrs. Fitchel. Mr.
BFitchel will be played by Harold Gast,
BEAUTYSHOP to complete the combination of an
0 1114 South University ( old Jewish couple, who provide much
Phne71of the humor in the play.
Supporting Characters Named

One hundred dollars will be given The introduction of this new rent
to the Varsity team. al library will be in addition to th
The swimming meet will include l regular, books which will continue t
seven features, explained Miss John- circulate free of charge. The charge
son. The varsity team, freshmen will be three cents a day and reserva-
swimmers, special diving, fancy1 tions may be made in advance witl
swimmers and divers from Toronto, I the librarian.
a women's team, a high school team,
and clown diving will all be on the1
program. To sell Tickets League Establishes
Women will sell tickets for the af- Center For Unused
fair, and a campus sale will be held'
soon. The band is going to cooperate
in selling the tickets, Miss Johnson
said. Tickets are priced at 40c. The
money for the team will be used for Unused tickets for the opening
a trip. Choral Union concert may be turne(
The swimming pool project, to in to Miss Ethel McCormick's offi(
which the money will go, is one of today in the League, where they wil
the main projects of W.A.A. The be distributed to students who wisl
women now have about $7,500 in the to call for them there, according t,
fund. $66 was made at the Michi- Ruth Friedman, chairman of ti
gras, the J-Hop and Frosh Frolic theatre-arts committee.
committees both gave generous of- A clearing house is being held fo
ferings, and some was taken from a all unused tickets to any of tUh
cabin project of the W.A.A. The Choral Union series, art-cinema ser
Michigan Alumnae recently gave the ies or oratorical lectures and is spon
Association $5,000. This announce- sored by the theatre-arts committe
ment was made at a dinner which Dr. of the League.
Margaret Bell, director of women's Tickets may be turned in any tin
physical education, gave the W.A.A. before the performance and those in
board. teiested in securing them may ca

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$3.50

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A POLL of college women fron
Michigan to California would
reveal a unanimous vote, "Col-,
lege Women Wear Girdles!"
CARTER responds tothis de-
nmand with the canny. little
"Debulette" (one among Cart-
er's many) . . . which smooths
your hips, rounds your rear,
flattens your tummy . . . in
short, gives you you the sleek
bumpless figure fashion de-
mands this season.
EVERY STITCH of "Debulette"
is knitted of firm Lastex, with
knitted silk crotch ... tearose.
Carter's "Separater" bra
is made of lace and knitted
Lastex.
$1.65

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RADIO
SERVICE
DAY or N ITE
$1.00
Phone 2-2644
Rufus-
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Co.

Committee Is Nameda
The committee which is sponsoring 1
the affair is composed of Miss John-r
son, Betty Whitney, '38, finances;1
Alberta Royal, '40, League houses;
Marjorie Merker, '39. sororities, Mar-
tha Tillman, '39, fraternities; Eliza-
beth White, '39, Helen Wolf, '40,
swimming posters, Norma Curtis, '39,
dormitories; Mary Alice Mackenzie,!
'39, publicity.

Miss McCormick's office. Distribu-
tion of the tickets will be handled by
members of the theatre-arts commit-
tee.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Margaret Bidlack, '41, of
Battle Creek and Barbara Turner, '41,
of Louisville, Ky.

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DOWNTOWN and oz the CAMPUS

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MONTHmEND SLE.
of
Super Dress Values!
A Sale that will thri ll every woman4!
It includes the SeaSon'sN ewest, Smartest Dresses
All Fashion Hits

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WEDNESDAY

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Clearance of
200 Better Hats
ALL R O WEDNESDAY
COLORS I L 0
A - U 9 A.M. to
ALLp
H EADSIZES 3 P.M.
ROBERT'S
OPPOSITE MICHIGAN THEATRE

Truman Smith will play the part
of Obediah's brother, Jonathan Rich.
The role of the villain, Joe Maggoon,
will be played by Edward Jurist and
Morlye Baer will appear as Richard
Pitman. Three New York shop girls;
Martha, Tessie and Lollie will be por-
trayed respectively by Margery So-
enksen, Miriam Brouse and Eleanor
Somerville. Helen Barr will appear
in the role of Mrs. Geasling and the,
part of her Irish son will be taken
by James Stevenson. Mrs. Loschavie
will be played by Evelyn Smith and
her small daughter Eileen will be
Nancy Shaefer.!
Nayron Wallace To Be Fanatic
Others in the cast include Charles
Maxwell, Arthur Miller, Norman Ros-
ten and Arthur Harwood. Myron
Wallace will appear in the role of
Aikens, a fanatic communist.
Tickets for the play may be ob-
tained at the box office in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre from 10 p.m. to
noon and from 2 to 6 p.m. every day.
Prices are 35, 50 and 75 cents. Better
seats for the Thursday performance
and Saturday matinee are available
at a lower price.
Faculty Women To Hold
Annual Reception Today.
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold their annual reception for newI
members at 3 p.m. today in the
League Ballroom, according to Mr..
Ralph W. Aigler, president of the
club.
In the receiving line will be Mrs.
Ruthven, Mrs. Leroy Cram, Mrs. Jun-
ius E. Beal, Mrs. Ira M. Smith, Mrs.
James Bruce, Mrs. Clarence Yoakum,
and Mrs. Aigler.

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Alpacas
BL ACK and COLORS
Misses aid W one' S Sizes
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