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SUNDAY, OCT.31, 1937

T1HE, MICHIGAN DAILY

Independent

Week

Will Begin

Tonorrow h
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Sponsors To Be
Senior Society
Mid Assembly
Banquet Nov. o i o maX
Activity; Event Intendedl
To PromoteSociability
For the first time in the history of£
this University, an Independent Week
for women will be held from tomor-
row to Monday, Nov. 8, Angelene
Maliszewski, '38, chairman of Judi-
ciary Council and president of Senior
Society, announced yesterday. I
Miss Maliszewski said that Inde-
pendent Week is to be sponsored by
Senior Society and Assembly Organ-
ization and will be climaxed by the
Assembly Banquet, which will be held
at 6 p.m., Nov. 8, in the League Ball-
roow.
"The purpose of this week is to
stimulate interest, geniality and
friendship among all the women on
campus," she said., "Women will
have the opportunity of acquainting
themselves with the League as a so-
cial center and as a club house." .
Members of Senior Society and of'
the Assembly Board will be on hand
every day during the week at the
League to talk with the non-affiliat-
ed women and to explain to them,
League activities. said Miss Malis-
zewski.
To Conduct League Tours I
Tours will be conducted from 4;
to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday in the League, she said. An
information booth will be in thel
lobby of the League for the benefit
of those non-affiliated women whoI
would care to inquire about the In-
dependent Week activities. ±
The women living in league
houses are urged to become acquaint-
ed with the League," Miss Malls-{
zewski said. "They should availt
themselves of the activities offered,
and should realize that non-affiliat-
ed women have equal opportunitiesl
for major League positions with the'
women belonging to sororities."
Representatives from Senior So-
ciety and the Assembly Board will'
visit dormitories and league houses
in the evening during Independent
Week to talk to the non-affiliated
women about the League and the
activities which are available there,I
Miss Maliszewski said.
Houses To Be Visited
Mosher and Jordan Halls, Martha
Cook building, Betsy Barbour House,'
Helen Newberry residence, Alumnae
House and Adelia Cheever House arej
to be visited tomorrow.
Tuesday, the women living at the
Slade, Smith, Gray, Wilson, Augs-
purger, Coon, Jeffrey, Heminway,
Johnson, Mitchell, Smith, Radford,
Zimmer and Andrus league houses I

To Head

Project

Dancinig Troup, Water Circus
To Relieve Monotony OfStudies
Chicago Team .7 1 To hvale werc even able to get their coats and
Town Saturday; depart for parts unknown before 1:25.
To Benefit Pool Fund
Wil Appear Tuesday Matt Mann, Michigan's ace swim-
ming coach, will put on a Swim CircusE
By SUZANNE POTTER and Water Carnival Saturday night.!
The first presentation of the Ora- The purpose being to augment the
torical Association and a home foot- women's swimming pool fund. All
ball game, for a change, are sched- the varsity swimmers will participate
uled for this week. and several outside attractions will
At 4:15 p.m. today the University be imported. The Toronto Dolphin-
Symphony orchestra will play-free ettes, for instance, the Canadian
E women who swim in formation. Bet-
of charge--in Hill Auditorium. Thor ter get there early, because they are
Johnson of the music school faculty fresh out of reserved seats.
will conduct the 80 musicians.

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Angelene Maliszewski, '38, chair-
man of Judiciary Council and
president of Senior Society, will
head Independent Week, estab-
lihed for the first time this year
to encourage friendly relations
Pmong all women on the campus.

t Tomorrow night you might whip
over to the Owl Show at the Michi-
gan-"Quality Street" starring Hep- '-@ - --
burn. A good way to wind up anienig
evening of extensive studying for a TO G..ive L cture I
bluebook. Helps to get your mind all
relaxed and so forth.
Ted Shawn To Appear OnChinaToday
- Ted Shawn and his troupe of danc-
ing ex-college men will stalk the Dr. Chih Meng, who will give his
boards of Hill Auditorium on Tues- lecture, on the Far Eastern Crisis at
day night. Shawn, another case of a 4 p.m. in the League Ballroom today, 1
paralytic who became interested in is director of the China Institute in
strenuous activity as a means of re- America

will hear the talks by the represen- gaining his health, later becoming
tatives. famous in that field, will lead his;
The Riggs, Shauman, Keisch, Sim- rigidly trained young men through1
mon, Pray, Slade, Michigan League,I an American saga, "O Libertad."
Womens' Cooperative, Bannasch, Wednesday afternoon there will be
Gorman, Simon and Austin houses the usual organ recital in Hill Audi-+
will be visited Wednesday. torium, The Independent Men's
Talks will be given Thursday at Association is going to show moviesj
the Paul, Rock, Asman, Carney, Cur- of the Michigan-Illinois football game
tiss, Kunkel, Zuck, Higley, Farley, at the Union Thursday night. i
Snell, Adams, Icheldinger and Wil- Chicago invades the town on Sat- ,
son houses. urday for the game. After the game,
Special Invitations Given there'll probably be a lot of doings at
In order to get in touch with the the various chapter houses. Maybe
non-affiliated women living in the somebody will stay in Ann Arbor this
smaller league houses, stated Miss week-end. The last couple of weeksi
Maliszewski_ snecial invitatin ara thr nlr hn lnnknr d aikrmp

The institute was established by
the China Foundation in 1926. The!
purposes of the institute are to "dis-
seminate information concerning1
Chinese American cultures, to assisti
Chinese students in America in their
educational pursuits and to promoteG
closer relationship between Chinese
and American educational pursuits."
Dr. Meng comes here under the
auspices of the newly organized com-
mittee on Chinese relief in Ann Ar.*
bor. This is an organization com-
posed of faculty, townspeople and stu-
dents interested in China. One of the
main objectives of this committee is.

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8 NICKELS ARCADE

THIS WAY, THAT WAY-re-
member?--you know, the Varsity
Show's mob scene effect?-well
that's what expresses my gadding
to a "t" or shall we say to a "d".
And What fun-peeking in shop
windows, looking for things new
and different for all the Michigan
gals. and just plain gadding-
abouting. It really is great! Well
let's see what we've got for you this
week!
FOOTBALL week-ends loom up
again after quite a recess-quite a
recess! (except for those lucky
people sticking with the team over
the miles) and tho there have been
a few, shall we say "slippups"-
we'll stick by them-rooting from
the stands, and all dressed up for
the occasion. THE ELIZABETH
DILLON SHOP is featuring some
super smart wool dresses-that are
even dressy enough for the tea
dance after the game-in all the
new football colors-with no less
than "pigskin" trimmings. I spot-
ted a few especially with umbrella
pleating and those grand airplanes
tuckings. Sounds kind'a good, me
thinks.
CALLING all you clever gals!
Important news for the after-din-
ner. between-class and before-
lunch workers, you industrious
members of the order of the Knit
and Purl, established since grand-
mother's time-and then some!
Come on down to the Arcade to the
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE SHOP.
See the very latest innovation in
the field of yarns-it's a "make
your own tweed"-really! It's a
combining of two threads-never
tangles-never any two combina-
tions the same! Here's your chance
for individuality, my friends! Just
think of the lovely suits and sweat-
ers you could make. Lets have a
little action! There are hooped
rugs, and needle-point, too, to keep
those fingers busy!
D1 7URE
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, pLw o s a e e.:iu p1V ac sreo eurplcei ± ±iie a morgue to secure funds for relief work in
extended to them to come from 4 to, -at the Union last Friday the girls China and to keep old and new mem-I
5 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday and Fri -- ---- ---- bers informed of the real situation in
day to the League Grill, where the the far east, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson,
tables are to be reserved for them. Bowling Alleys To Open counselor to foreign students, said.
Wednesday, the women from the For Woien Tomorrow Dr. Arno Bader of the English de-'
McLean, McGregor, Feiner, Cadwell partment, who is chairman of the
and Dunlop houses are invited to The W.A.A. bowling alleys officially j Ann Arbor committee has announced
come. The Stoneburner, Wood, Mil- open at 4 p.m. tomorrow, Dr. Margaret that no admission will be charged forj
ler, Peer, Keppel and Schultz houses Bpll, director of physical education, the lecture and there will be no solici-
are to come Thursday; the Wagner, announced. tation of funds. Everyone interested
Reeves, King, Dey , and Swaney The hours for bowling are from 4 to is invited to attend.
houses, Friday. 6p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. week days, and
Miss Maliszewski added that fur- from 2 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Satur-
ther activities for the week will be days. All women may bowl at these TO PLAY TENNS MATCHES
announced later. . times and may bring guests. The quarter finals matches in the

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IMiss Ruth Helsel, instructor of
OFFICERS ANNOUNCED physical education for women, will
OFFIERS NNOUCEDbe in charge of the bowling. She and
Jordan Hall recently announced William Conlin, head pin boy, will
their house officers for the coming give any desired instruction.
year. They are as follows: Mabel Al- -
lison, '38, president; Zivia Seltzer,
'39, . junior vice-president; Dorothy
Nichols, '40, sophomore vice-presi-
dent, Clare L. Fulde, '41, freshman
vice-president; Katherine Moore, '38,!
treasurer and Miriam Miller, '38, is
secretary.
- -High Jn

University's Women's Tennis tourna-
ment will be played tomorrow. Sally
Orr, '40, will play Dorothy Maul, '39.1
Lucille Flaum, '39, will play Margaret
Pierson, '41.

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Touched with
Fur!
I-low adorable the
new ha~ts are tis
season! .. and what
marvelous things
they do for you!
'he cleverest wrin-
kWe this winter, is
to select a stunning
hat that picks up
the fur on your
coat.

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SWEATERS-
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Brooks and Crew-Necks from
$2.95
SKIRTS-
Plaids are having their High-
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from $2.95
BLOUSES-
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in plaid with drawstring, at
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Lamb, galyak, and silver fox , . . and may of them are simplyI
swathed with veiling!
They're the kind of hats you'll wear with your loveliest date
dresses to the theatre, dining or dancing.
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