, OCT. 0, 1937
THE MICTICAN flATLY
An nual Panhellenic
Mee t Selected
The committee members for the
Varsity swimming meet, to which the
Women's Athletic Association is sell-
ing tickets to raise money for their
swimming pool project, were an-
nounced recently by the committee
Marjorie Merker, '39, chairman of
the sororities has on her committee
Virginia Allan, '39, Frances Anderson,
IOEd., Florence Brotherton, '40, Har-
riet Dean, '39, Frieda Halpert, '40SM,
Frances Hubbs, '40, Ruth Kotch, '40,
and Virginia Mulholland, '39.
Doris Phelps, '40, Mary Mae Sco-
ville, '40, Harriet Sharkey, '40, Ruth
Smith, '40, Alice Stevenson, '40, Nancy
Stonington, '39, and Miriam Szold,
'40, are also on the sorority commit-
Working under Alberta Royal, '40,
who is in charge of league houses,
are Jane Buckam, '40, Sally Carcar-
am, '40, Helen Dunn, '39SM, Virginia
Starts, '41, Marie Tate, '37Ed. and
Ragna Randolph, '40.
Norma Curtis, '39, chairman of the
dormitories, has on her committee
Miriam Clogh, '41, Donna Cochran,
'41, Sally Connery, '40Ed., Jane Dun-
bar, '40, Jean McKay, '40, Mary Rich-
ardson, '40Ed., and Zenovia Skoratko,
Aids In Campaign
To Be Omitted
To oight's Social Calendar Filled; Women Given
Ten Parties Have Been Plannedl New Schedule
DR. MARGARET BELL
Dr. Bell is director of physical
education 1or women and is medi-
cal adviser for women at the
University Health Service. . She is
one of the active sponsors in the
drive for a women's swimming pool
to be built at the University.
For 1'irst 1im e Parties-ten of theim-are listed'chaperone, according to Lucy Par- At U 111011 1Y OO
for tonight's social calendar. sons, '39.
Those Desiring To Serve Alpha Epsilon Iota's radio dance is This afternoon the Phi Kappa The Union is opening its pool to
being chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. Sigmas are holding a tea dance from women from 3:15 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays
O Various Commllittees Jerome Conn and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- 2:30 to 6 p.m. The chaperones are and Thursdays, in addition to the
may Call Chairmen ond Potter, according to Leonora to be Mr. and Mrs. William Angell evening
CllCh eNash, '38, social chairman. and Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper, periods used for classes, an-
Joe Sanders' orchestra has been se- Something new - a Hallowe'en according to Frank Mier, '38. nounced Dr. Margaret Bell, director
lected to play for Panhellenic Ball, dance which is formal-is being given Theta Xi To Entertain of physical education for women.
to be held from 9:30 to 1:30 a.m. by Alpha Xi Delta tonight. Bill Saw- Theta Xi is giving an informal This has been brought about be-
Friday, Nov. 26, in the League Ball- yer's orchestra will provide the music,'e 2. cause of the great demand of women
room, Stephanie Parfet, '39, general according to Jean Thompson, '40' Mrs. Henry Kendall, Mrs. H. W.cp students for swimming, explained Dr.
chairman of the dance announced who is in charge. The chaperones Mreenway, and Mrs. Beatrice JensonBell, for during classification over
Saneras jwill be Mr. mrs. C. L. Creal and are chaperoning. Refreshments will a hundred requests for swimming
Sanders has just completed an en- Mr. and Mrs. William Steer. be served. classes could not even be considered.
gagement at the Blackhawk Restau- Betsy Barbour To Have Dance Lane Hall will oe the scene of a She commented on the generosity
rant in Chicago. .He was formerly as- Larry Morse and his orchestra will Westminster Guild party tonight of the Union board in helping the
sociated with the popular Coon-San- provide the music for Betsy Bar- frsminstem.uildnpgt. Casgy women in this respect.
des rcesra burs ta dnc. hechpeons refrom 9 p.m. until midnight. Casey wmni hsrset
ders orchestra. bour's stag dance. The chaperones are Carter's orchestra will play and cos- The swimming club will use the
A unique feature of this year's Ball, Mrs. Chester Bond. Miss R. H. Daniel- turing is optional. Mr. and Mrs. pool part of this additional time and
according to Miss Parfet, will be the son. Miss Vera Howard, and Mrs. C. Kenneth Morgan and Dr. and Mrs. W. during the rest of the period, any
elimination of a grand march. Plans Stanley Mitchell. P. Lemon will be the chaperones. woman who wishes to may swim.
are being completed, however, for Chi Omega will add to the variety There will be a small admission fee at However they must have a medical
something new to take its place. The of dances by holding its pledge formal the door. okey,
price of the tickets will be the same tonight. The chaperons will be Dr. - -
as in former years, $3.50. and Mrs. Stockard, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Breakfasts To Be Held L. Stearnes. Mrs. Garry Mott, and U T Z E L S
As in the past, it will be left to theI Mrs. Granville Mitchell. U -
individual sorority to decide whether Chaperoning Collegiate Sorosis' in- L i er ty at Main
or not it will have a breakfast after! formal Hallowe'en party will be L
the Ball. For those sororities who do .m
not wish to have breakfasts in their Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Dow. d
own houses, breakfast will be served i Sorority To Hold Formal
in the League Grill, or a private room Professor and Mrs. Preston Slosson C (1 lW//OW/I *0IY--
can be engaged at the League. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Woody will
Women who would like to serve on chaperone the Delta Delta Delta for"cO lcc WonI/en
the committees for Panhellenic Ball pledge formal. Jimmy Fisher's or-
can call the various chairmen, Miss chestra will provide the music and
Parfet said. She emphasized the fact punch will be served, according to -?
that applicants do not necessarily Dorothy Ray, '38.
have to be delegates to Panhellenic The Girls' Co-operative House, a .1
Society. Any member of a sorority comparatively new organization, is
can serve on a committee. having an old-fashioned Hallowe'en
Committeemen Named an ld-ashone
The committee chairmen are: fi- party, ducking for apples included.
- The house will be decorated with
nance. Phyllis Bauer, '38; decora-
tions, Alys Pierce, '39; music, Patricia ornst aks leaves and pmpkins, and
Haff, '39; programs and floor, Kath-
ryn Steuernol, '38; patrons, Phyllis and Mrs. Howard C. Parsons will
Scroggi, '39, reception, Adele Mac-
Donald, '38, and publicity, Jenny Pe- -Be He
tersen, '39. Party To B, el;
This is the only campus dance to By Dames Tonight
which sorority women may invite
An informal Hallowe'en party will; j, &
LAWYERS ELECT OFFICERS
Richaird Shook was unanimously
elected permanent chairman of the
independent seniors in the Law
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bring the pleasure of using this
superb scent to every beauty
To Sell Tickets On Campus I
Working on the campus buildings'
under Martha Tillman, '39, are Vir- prof. Carl G. Brandt And
ginia Durand, '40, Betty Gross, '40 .L lo d And
Jean Harley, '39, Jean Rutherford, Dean Alice Lloyd To Be
'40, Sybil Swartout, '39, Freda Van- Prncpl Sekr
derVeen, '40, and Doris Vogel, '39. n Pinciple Speakers
The poster committee, under Eliz- Grace Wilson, '395M, is to lead thej
abeth White, '39, is composed of Bar- singing for the fourth annual As-!
bara Eppstein, '39, and Louise Stone, sembly Banquet, which will be heldt
138. at 6 p.m. Monday, November 8 in the
Working under Mary Alice Mack- League Ballroom, according to Bar-I
enzie, '39. on the publicity committee bara McIntyre, '38, general chairman.
are Margery Lee Lehner, '39, Mary Assisting Miss Wilson will be Lois
Rall, '39, Dorothea Staebler, '39, Mar- Mayer, '38SM, and Martha Bailey,
garet Waterston, '38, Faith Watkins, '38SM. Michigan songs are to be
'39, and Alberta Wood, '40. sung, as well as some rounds, Miss'
Prof. Carl Brandt To Speak
Interviewing The principal speaker for the ban-
quet will be Prof. Carl G. Brandt ofa
LSthe speech department. Professor
D ays Are Se Brandt is chairman of the Oratorical
For '38 J.G.POther speakers will be Dean Alice
0 C. Lloyd, who will present an award
to that dormitory or league house2
Petitioners To Meet With which attained the highest scholastic1
average last year. Hope Hartwig,
First Choice ConinitteeS '38, president of the League, is to
At Specified Times present the awards to the sophomore,t
T ejunior and senior women who had
Interviewing for positions on the the highest grades last year, Miss
committees for the 1938 Junior Girls Ira M. Smith, registrar of thek
Play will begin Monday, according University, Helen Jesperson, '38,K
to Roberta Chissus, general chair- president of Assembly, and Miss Mc-
man. Women who have petitioned Intyre will also speak.
are to go to the interview of the com- Ticket Sale To Start1
mittee that was their first choice. Tickets for the banquet are priced1
The publicity committee interviews at 70 cents, according to Betty Janek
will be held from 3 to 4:30 Monday. Mansfield, '39, chairman of the tick-
Jane Holden, chairman of the pro- et committee. She said that there
gram committee, will interview from is a representative in each dormitory
3 to 5 p.m. the same day. Interviews and one for every two league houser
for the finance and makeup com- zones from whom the non-affiliated
mittees will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. women may purchase their tickets.
Tuesday. The properties committee The theme of the banquet is mem-
under Elizabeth White will hold -in- bership and scholarship. Decora-
terviews from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on tions will consist in the Assembly
the same day. crest, it was announced by Irene Sar-
Rebecca Bursley, chairman of the tor, '38, decoration committee chair-
usher committee, and Charlotte man. The banquet is held annuallyr
Poock, who is in charge of the dance for all independent women.
committee, will interview from 4 to! -i___t_
6 p.m. Wednesday. Thursday the
ticket committee interviews conduct- Ann Arbor Iuldepetdents t
ed by Madeline Krieghoff will be held Hold g
from 4 to 6 p.m.
The rooms for interviewing will be More than 70 members were pres-I
posted on the bulletin board at the' ent at the first meeting of the Ann
League. All junior women who have I Arbor Independent Women whicht
petitioned for the various committees took place yesterday in the League.t
are urged to attend. There will be The organization of the group wass
a chance for later petitioning for discussed and plans for social meet-s
committee positions at the mass meet- ings were made. Jean McConkey,
ing to be held. Time for petitioning '38, president, described the League1
for J.G.P. parts will be announcedf Committees and urged the women to1
later, Miss Chissus said. . participate in campus activities.
To Hail Hallowe'en
Tonight At League
In keeping with the spirit of Hal-
lowe'en, a Sweater Shuffle will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight today
in the League Ballroom.
As the name of this dance indicates,
the women are to wear sweaters and'
skirts, and the men are to wear what-
ever they like in the way of sport1
clothes. Charlie Zwick and the mem-
bers of his orchestra are going to lay
away their usual formal attire and
"dress" for the occasion.
The decorations will befit the Hal-
lowe'en season, with jack-o-lanterns
beaming from various parts of the
As an added attraction, the Grill
will offer special refreshments at spe-
cial prices. Cider and honey dough-
nuts are to be featured for the occa-
A.A.U.W. Will End
Reservations for the international
relations supper being sponsored by
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women at 6 p.m. tomorrow in
the Union may be made until this
noon at the Union desk, Mrs. A. F.
Shull. publicity chairman, an-
After dinner there will be a dis-
cussion titled, "The Background of
the Far Eastern Conflict." Seated
at the speakers' table will be Prof.
and Mrs. Charles Remer, Dr. John
W. Stanton, Prof. and Mrs. Robert
Hall, Prof. and Mrs. Wells Bennett,
Prof and Mrs John Shephard, and
Mrs. Albert Reeves.
be given by the Michigan Dames
from 9 p.m. to midnight today at
the W.A.B. building, according to
Mrs. Paul Smits, publicity chair-
man of the group.
The list of committee chairmen
for the dance includes Mrs. George
Manning, general chairman; Mrs.
R. F. Atkinson, decorations; Mrs.
George Blood, refreshments; Mrs.
Robert B. Carson, tickets and Mrs.
Harold Kruger, bridge tables.
The dance is open only to mem-
bers and their friends, Mrs. Smits
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The RIGHT FASHION
for FOOTBALL is
'IIL FOOT[BALl SEASON calls for casual coats. Zwerdling's
is on the alert with a selection of tuxedo swaggers of silverton and
omnbre beverette, muskrat, and broadtail at $125, to be worn over
c!o0rful fall woolens and knitted things. A fortunate early pur-
chase of pelts direct from the trappers accounts for this low price.
Also the chubby skunk bolero and other furs reduced in price.
' ivery feminine spectator at the games will present her version of
the stadium classic. See our fine selection.
East University and Oakland. Dial 3779.
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director.
Saturday evening - Informal R dio Dance.
Sunday 3 P.M. - Popular Concert.
Sunday 8 P.M. - Forum
Speaker - W. H. Maurer
Topic- "Notes on Public Opinion."
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 East Huron.
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister.
10:45 - Mr. Sayles will speak on "Habits
10:00-Noon session of the Roger Williams
Guild at Guild House, 503 E. Huron.
6:00 -- Guild Forum. Mr. Chapman,
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
409 South Division Street.
Sunday morning services at 10:30 a.m. rSiui-
day school at 11:45 a.m.
Free public reading rooms at 206 East Lib-
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Stalker Hall - Student Headquarters.
State Street between Washington and
9:45 A.M. -- Student class at Stalker Hall
led by Dr. E. W. Blakeman.
10:40 A.M.- Worship Service. Dr. Charles
W. Brashare's subject is "~Ann Arbor."
6-8 P.M. - Wesleyan Guild meeting and
fellowship supper. The Rev. Earl Phelps
Sawyer speaks on "'My Idea of Religion.~"
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Meetino- at Masnir. Temnle .3 27 nth
ST. PAUL'S LUTH ERAN CHURCH
49 30 A.M '(;1 Chn cli'clcool.
9:30 AM. - Service in German.
10:45 A.M.- Morning worship. Reforna-
ton Day sermons at both services will
be by Rev. C. Strasen of Plymouth.
6:00 P.M. - Students' supper followed by
a Ilalloxve'en social gathering for stu-
dents and young people.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
(American Lutheran Church)
Washington Street and Fifth Avenue.
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn, Pastor.
9:00 - Sunday School
10:30 - Reformation Service. "What is
5:30 - Meeting of the Student Club at
Parish Hall. Rev. Harold Yochum will
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
East William at South Fifth Avenue
Henry O. Yoder, Pastor.
10:30 A.M. -- Church worship.
Reformation Day Service
Sermon "The Reformation Challenge"
5:30 P.M.- Lutheran Student Club meet-
ing in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall; Sup-
per hour at 6:00 and forum hour at 6:45
with Rev. Harold Yochum of Detroit
and National Advisor of L.S.A.A. as
Corner State and Huron Streets.
Rev. Harold P. Marley, Minister.
11:00 A.M. -- Morning service - "Liberal
Ferment and Foment." Discussion of
Unitarian meetings at Niagara Falls.
4:00 P.M. - Prism club.
7:30 P.M. - Liberal Students' Union-
Dr. Martha Colby will speak on "Im-
pressions of Attitudes in the Orient and.
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