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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 1937

FUR MICHIGAN DAILY

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Patrons Named Assembly Origin Dates Back

For Assembly
Banquet Nov. 8
Dean Lloyd, Hope Hartwig
Are To Present Awardsi
For HighScholarshipt
The patrons for the fourth Assem-

To 1934 Senior Society Days

Sixteen Groups
To Be Present

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New Informal Date Dresses
Make Figures Slim And Trim

By BARBARA PATERSON

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Assembly President

The idea of Assembly, organization
for non-affiliated women on this cam-
pus, was promoted by Senior Society
in the spring of 1934. The constitu-
tion was drawn up at this time, and
all the plans for organization were
made; but it was not until the follow-
ing fall that it became an active'

bly Banquet, which will be held at 6! group.F
p.m. Monday, Nov. 8, in the League The purpose of Assembly is "to or-
Ballroom, were announced yesterday ganize non-affiliated women and to
by Nancy Kover, 38, chairman of the stimulate their interest in campus
patrons committee. activities, both social and scholastic."
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Vice- With this purpose in mind, Eleanor
President and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Peterson, '35, the president of Senior
Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Society, called the first meeting of,
Dean and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, the group on Oct. 9, 1934; each dormi-
Dean and Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys tory and zone, into which the league
Dan DandAlMrs. loydremhrnyshouses had been divided, sent tem-
and Dean Alice C. Lloyd are among porary representatives to this meet-
Others are Registrar and Mrs. Ira I ing.
M, Smith, Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher, Miss, Miss Peterson was elected first pres-
Jeanette Perry, Mrs. Frederick G. idant; Betty Hill, '35, vice-president
Ray, Mrs. Lawrence Morley, Miss and Martha White, '36,secretary-
Ruth Danielson, Miss Ethel McCor- treasurer.
mick and Mrs. Lucille B. Conger. It was decided at this meeting that
kCitte B.LCsger' the vice-president be the social chair-
Central Committee Listed man and also the chairman of the
Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Joseph banquet.!
Parsons, Miss Mary Gleason, Miss Hold First Banquct
Sarah Rowe and Miss Kathleen TH oldiFrss anquet
Hamm are also to be patrons for the: The first Assembly Banquet was
banquet. held Dec. 3, 1934, at the League. with
opeHrt i,3Miss lill acting in the capacity of
Hope Hartwig, 38, president of the general chairman. More than 400d
League, and Harriet Shackleton, 38, non-affiliated women attended, and
president of Panhellenic Association, three scholastic awards were given
are to be guests for the occasion. at that time. Ilene Brunson, '35,
The general chairman of the ban- Mary Elizabeth Lunny, '36, and Vol-,
quet is Barbara McIntyre, 38. Other tairine E. Hersch, '37, were the re-E
members of the central committee are cipients of these awards.
Betty Jane Mansfield, 39, chairman Senior Society tapped 10 new mem-
of the ticket committee; Irene Sar- bers at the banquet, as a variation
tor, 38, in charge of decorations, and from their usual procedure of tapping
Barbara Lovell, 38, head of the pub- at night. k s
liy committee. The first Assembly Ball was held
Tickets On Sale At League March 8, 1935. with Charlie Agnew
Tickets for the banquet are priced and his orchestra providing the music.
at 70 cents. There are representa- Georgina L. Karlson, '35, was in
tives in all the dormitories and league charge of the ball.
house zones from whom the non-af-Br
filiated women may purchase their Clletin ar-ed
tickets, Miss Mansfield said. She also o Crackerjackt a bi-weekly bulletin
kof the Assembly activities, was start-
announced that tickets will be avail- ed in the fall of 1934. Copies were
able today, tomorrow and Friday at sent to the dormitories and league
the main desk in the lobby of the ___--
League, for the benefit of those wom-
en who have not been able to con- T s
tact a, representative. A Fraer t oe gs
Prof. Carl G. Brandt, of the speech Announce LatePledging
department, will be the principal Two fraternities announce recent
speaker for the banquet. Other speak- pledgings.
ers will include Miss Lloyd, Ira M. p
Smith, Helen Jesperson, '38, presi- Alpha Sigma Phi announces thej
dent of Assembly, and Miss McIn- pledging of Ralph Schwarzkopf, '40,
trye. of Saginaw; Daniel Shaw, '40, Ann
Scholarsh ip Awards Given Arbor; Charles Aldridge, '40, Schneid-
Miss Lloyd is to present an award ( er, N.Y.; Vincent Valek, '40, Holly;
to the dormitory or league houses Everett Trebilcock, '39, Calumet;
which attained the highest scholastic l Brooks Church, '40, Girard, Ohio.
average last year. Miss Hartwig willI Phi Beta Delta announces the
present awards to the sophomore, pledging of Richard Gunsberg, '40,
junior and senior women who had of Detroit, and the initiation of Leon
the best grades last year. P. Dicker, '40, Brooklyn.
'Dstinctive J iler
SMART WITHOUT BEING EXTREME
YET EXTREMELY SMART
by
HELEN POLHEMUS

HELENJESPRSON
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At Ruthven Tea Be smart, be stunning and even so- red and tan horizontal stripes. The I et oday
phisticated (if you can , but, withal, severity of the high square neckline__
Organizations Comprised remain youthful! That seems to be is unrelieved in front. There is a gold eSociety, Assembty
th ode o te aywhn t omszipper closing at the back of the neck SeniorSoitAsml
the order of the day when it comes Te T}
Of Dormitory Sorority,, n n ttesd lce.Te 7" eev o- ~l
I to informal tea and date dresses thesea one these placket Tew T eceive Non-A aes
ths1banded sleeves reach. to just below,
F raternity Members days. the elbow and the skirt front is gored At League Grill
And the bill shouldn't be hard to _Uie Colors Shown
Three more Orientation groups, fill with all the cooperation dress de- e oAll independent women who live i
m~aking a total of 16 organizations, signers and shops are lending. Mel- One of those unique color com- jAlidpnetwmnwolv i
makng ttalof16 rgniztins ignrsandshps relenin. Ml-binations so good this season is' league houses with five or less student
were added to the list of specially low suede in deep, rich shades is one .
invited guests for the first Ruthven of the prize offerings of the season achieved in a dress of royal purple residents are invited to the League
Tea of the semester, to be held from if popularity is any indication. and coronation red crepe. The mould- erts eg invited to theLee
I to p~m.todayat th Preidents Melow Sude Poulared bodice is in the red and is caughtGilbenigtoa byA eee
to 6 p~m. today at the President's Mellow Suede Popular in the center front by a large brilliant Maliszewski, '38, to meet members of
home, it was announced by Stephanie At one of the local shops there is a pin shaped (to be exact, if a bit un- Senior Society and Assembly as part
Parfet, '39, in charge of the affair. dress of this material in apple green conventional) like a miniature rail- of Independent Week.
These groups are 70 through 73. with a yolk of tile, brick and tan road-crossing sign. Senior Society will be in charge of
:ther Orientation units invited are horizontal stripes. Five tan covered Crepe is looped over the center of
those from 65 through 69. Helen buttons on each shoulder hold the the in where it is tucked so that it the tables reserved for the league
Newberry Residence, and Chi Omega, crew neck in place, and tiny tucks falls away from the center in soft house residents, who should come
Delta Gamma, Zeta Tau Alpha sor- caught just beneath the yolk cause folds. A half sash ties in back to per- from 4 to 5 p.m. today, tomorrow and
orities also received special invita- the blouse to fall in soft ripples ooth mit the pencil skirt, which is purple, Friday to the League Grill. Mariek
tions, as did Chi Phi, Lambda Chi in front and in back. There are two to hang freely.FSayMaRed will bei
Alpha. Sigma Chi. Delta Tau Delta narrow gores in the skirt front and ' Tyrolean Influence Seen Sawyer and Mary Redden will be in
and Phi Kappa Tau fraternities. the straight sleeves fit tightly at the The Tyrolean influence is not to charge today; Janet Groft and Bar
Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher will pour from wrist. be disregarded though it has per- Lovell tomorrow, and Helen
4 to 4:30 p.m., Miss Jeanette Perry' A beltless black wool is made to sisted an unusual length of time. It Douglas and Dorothy Novy, Friday.
from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m., Miss Ethel mould the figure by means of a wide is seen in a two-piece dress of light;' Today the women from McLean,
McCormick, social director of the waist-band of coronation blue and cinnamon brown wool. The high McGregor, Feiner, Cadwell and Dun-

houses. However, this publication was League from 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. and' square neckline of the fitdbosl
not continued the following year. Mrs. Clarence Yoakum from 5:30 to . .which buttons down the front, isS
Maureen Kavanagh, '36, was elected 6:00 p.m. Dean Alice C. Lloyd will !W1i n ing MeC edged with a narrow crocheted band p
the next president of Assembly: Au- also be present at the tea. of royal blue yarn, which edging con- t
drey Talsma, '36, vice-president; El- ('Priscilla Abbott, '39, Patty Haislip, TicketSaleStarts tinues down the front fastening andL
len Brown, 36, secretary and Betty '40, and Sybil Swartout. '39, will be around the bottom of the blouse. N
Green, '36, treasurer. student assistants at the tea table. 'All these models are slenderizing f
The 1935 banquet was held Dec. 2, Members of the social committee of Large Part Of Proceeds and feminine. You'll turn yourself i
with Miss Talsma as general chair- the League, which is headed by Betty Go To W.A.A. Pool Fund around a couple of extra times be- b
man. Scholarship awards were given Gatward, '38, will be divided into fore a mirror when you see the snallp
and Senior Society tapped five wom- two groups for the tea. The first A three-day campus ticket sale for waistline and slim figure they arel
en at this time. group will show guests through the th varsity swimming meet, to be held cut to give you.
Johnny Hamp and his band played President's home, and the second willfrom 7:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6. -
for the second Assembly Ball, which 1 serve students with tea in the dining will start today, Mary Johnson, '38,
was held March 13, 1936. Mary Ellen room and will introduce them to each s of the Women's Athletic Name Mary Lava
Heitsch was the chairman. other. Assit
The officers for the next year were Miss Parfet stated that 500 stu- Association and general chairman of rJ... Position
Teofcsfrt netyrwrteaf.Mary Andrew.37, president; Miss dents are expected today. Two teas
Hisch Anire-3president; Helen a month are scheduled for this se- The tickets will be sold from 9 a.m.
Jeseonh38,cretarytradue. mester. and other campus organiza- to noon and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in
Jt tions will be honored each time. the lobby of Angell Hall. Members I i s Chairman
Helen Jesperson President ___of the W.A.A. board will do the sell- Of Costume Committee
Miss Heitsch was chairman of the _____
Ass ehB a sethldrman.,f936ing, for a large portion of the proceeds
Assembly Banquet held Dec. 7. 1936. p anhellenme Ball from the meet will be given to the Mary Lavan, '39, was appointed
President Ruthven was the principal W.A.A. swimming pool fund. chairman of the costume committee
speaker. and he offered a book, a can There will be seven features of the for the 1938 Junior Girls Play yester-
prizes to the women who wrote the meet, Miss Johnson explained. The day by Roberta Chissus, '39, general
przestessay tothe ueowhectrvteovarsity team will be supplemented chairman.
best essays o the true objectives of In Sale Nov 8 with freshmen, high school and Miss Lavan is a member of Delta
college life. The prizes were never women's teams. Some exhibition Gamma sorority. She is on the Gar-
given, however, because ns essays were swimmers from Toronto will be pres- goyle staff and a member of the
submitted. New System Is Planied ent. There will also be a diving publicity committee of the League.
Janet Karlson, '38. was chairman e dd She was on the costume committee
of the ball held March 5, 1937. Johnny For Ticket Distribution I team and some clown diving. for Sophomore Cabaret and is a i
Hamp and his band again furnished Among All Sororities member of Alpha Alpha Gamma, na-
the music. ,.rsCetional architectural society. Miss La-
This year's Assembly officers are A new system of distribution of fL SoC p Ca r van is replacing the formerly ap-
Miss Jesperson, president; Miss Karl- tickets to Panhellenic Ball, to be held pointed chairman, Jean Lillie.
son, vice-president and Miriam San- from 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday, i Mass Meetig D eE Interviews for positions on the
ders, '38, secretary-treasurer. Nov. 26, has been put into effect, it ,/a- .4 911 '1' committees will continue today. Re-
40 Board Members was announced yesterday by Phyllis 1 omorOW becca Bursley, chairman of the usher
A new system of selecting board Bauer, '39, ticket chairman for the committee, and Charlotte Poock in
members was put into effect this year. affair. A mass meeting for all sophomore charge of the dance committee, will
Formerly each dormitory and league Sororities will be given tickets on women will be held at 4:30 p.m. to- interview from 4 to 6 p.m. today.
house zone elected its own representa- a proportional basis, Miss Bauer said, miorrow in the ballroom of the League Tomorrow from 4 to 6 p.m. Madeline
tives; but this year the members had and the tickets will not be distributed to discuss the Sophomore Cabaret. Krieghoff will interview for the ticket
to petition and be interviewed' for po- until the money and the names of Jean Smith, '40, general chairman, committee.
sitions on the board. There are now those who want tickets have been urged everyone to attend.--
40 members, their number being turned in at the League. Delegates Lists of committees as made up
equally divided between the dormi- to the Panhellenic Society meeting s the petitions will be announced First Graduate L cheon
tories and league houses. held at 5 p.m. yesterday were told nand additional volunteers will be ree
Independent Week is now being the quotas for their houses. i adadtoalvlneri av t Lau
Independent nnnk is now beingRquested for some of the committees.
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lop houses are invited to come. The
Stoneburner, Wood, Miller, Peer, Kep-
el and Schultz houses are to come
omorrow; the Wagner, Reeves, King,
Dey and Swaney houses, Friday. Miss
Maliszewski stressed the fact that if,
or any reason, those who have been
nvited to come on a certain day will
be unable to come, they should feel
perfectly free to come on either Of
the other two days.
Assembly will be in charge of the

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eld, for the first time in the historyj
>f this University, sponsored by Sen-
ior Society and Assembly. Its pur-;
pose is to "stimulate interest, geniality.
and friendship among all the women
>n campus;" but particular emphasisr
s being placed upon the independent
vomen.
This week will be climaxed by the
ourth Assembly Banquet, to be held
Monday, Nov. 8, in the League Ball- j
room. Barbara McIntyre, '38, is gen-
eral chairman.

and ctiing til Friay, Nv.v,; hNames will be handed in for parts in The first in the series of Graduate
Miss Bauer, Margaret Carrigan,'39, the cast of the floor show and for Luncheons to be held this year will
and Mary Katherine Adams, '39, will hostesses at the dance. take place at noon today in the Rus-
be in the Undergraduate Offices of I Three performances of Sophomore sian Tea Room in the League.
the League to receive money and Cabaret will be given this year in- Dean C. S. Yoakum is to be the
names. The absolute deadline for stead of the usual four. It will be principal speaker. The subject of his
turning in all money and extra tickets held from 9 to 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, speech will be "The Graduate School
will be Friday, Nov. 19. and from 2 to 5 p.m. as well as from at Michigan." These luncheons are
After that date, tickets will be 8:30 to 12 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4. held once a week. All graduates in-
sold to fill the demands of sororities Time for tryouts for the cast will be terested may attend.
who want tickets in excess of their announced by Ella Stowe, '40, chair- ---- - - .__.__
quota, and the remaining number will man of the entertainment. Follow-
be available to independent women, ing the mass meeting each commit- 1
Miss Bauer said. tee will meet with its chairman.

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Urges Women To Keep
RegulationsStrictly
Dean Alice C. Lloyd advised soror-
ities to be more careful in reporting
latenesses and in acquainting house
mothers with the names of overnight
guests. at a meeting of Panhellenic
Society held at 5 p.m., yesterday in
the League.
Miss Lloyd warned the houses not
to earn themselves the reputation of,
being less observant of rules than theI
dormitories. With two football week-
ends in the near future, it is increas-
ingly important to report all guests,
she further pointed out, because
chaperones are responsible 'for all
women staying at a sorority house,
whether or not they are members.
A more formal atmosphere at fu-
ture Panhellenic Banquets was also
urged by Miss Lloyd at the meeting,
After Miss Lloyd's talk, two com-
mittees were appointed by Harriet
Shackleton, '38, president of Pan-
hellenic Society, and there was gen-
eral discussion on changes in rush-
ing rules.
Barbara Bassett, '40, Irma Sykes,
'38. and Betty Loughborough, '38,
were named members of a committee
to revise the constitution. Ruth Chat-
ard. '40, Charlotte Poock. '39, and
Madeline Westendorf, '40, were ap-
pointed members of a committee toI
change rushing regulations.
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Our remaining stock of 11 Costume Suits in
Brown, Green, Rust, Grey, Black and Whitein
Sizes 12, 14, and 16.
One Group Dresses
Silk Crepes in Black, Navy,
Brown, Rust, and Green. 12Prc
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