rNDAY, NOV. 7, 1937
Fourth Annual Assembly
'HE M I C H iCAN DAIL,
W111 Be Held Tomorrow
Ticket Sell-Out To Speak To Independents At Dinner Streamlined Shoes League To Accept University Greenhouses Anni
" AeAre New Features Ball Reservations Show Chrysanthemums To
S nnofSeasonThe large yellow blossoms seen at
COf e nter Sororities are urged to turn in the stadium yesterday prove that the The
- CUOIIm1 ittee names of those who want tickets for University's annual display of chrys- Women'
SEven shoes are going streamline. Panhellenic Ball, and the money for anthe'm s the botanical gardens Wn s
After Palter de Liso introduced his the tickets, starting at 2 p.m. tomor- is at its best this week. There are annivers
To Present Three Awards row in the Undergraduate Offices of many blooms of every size, type, color 6:30 p.m
new fall and winter styles, he wing the League, was announced by and variety to be seen. Henders
For Scholarship;-Yearslsilhouette, the sheath effect, the high- Phyllis Bauer, '39, chairman of tickets -
Program To Be Told throated, glove-like appearance began for the dance.
Prgam T e odto set the pace for this year's crop Names and money can be handed
A complete sell-out of tickets for of shoes. Monk straps, buckles of all in until 4:30 p.m. every day this Lj( C
the fourth annual Assembly Ban- shapes and sizes, perforations, soft week and next to Mary Katherine
toes, are replacing Mast year's toeless Adams, '39, Margaret Carrigan, '39, (
quet which is to be held at 6 p.m and heeless sandals and open-cut and Miss Bauer. After this hour fID-f IB O L
tomorrow in the League Ballroom pumps. A radical change is taking names and tickets can be handed in
was announced last night. place in shoe style, to Miss Ethel McCormick, social di- For Information -Call MISS J(
Prof. Carl G. Brandt of the speech V wj K!Every well-dressed college woman is rector of the League.
department will be the principal ;aware of the fact that shoes can Friday, Nov. 19, will be the absolute
speaker, and his subject is to be I ; ,'either make or break an outfit. It is deadline for sorority ticket demands ALL SET and a'rarin' to go- get on
"University Citizenship." Dean Alice ,important to wear the right shoe at and money, Miss Bauer sai. After yes sir, that's us! 'Cause Engineer's very,
C. Lloyd will talk on "Membership e ; ;,Y a< the right time. For campus wear, this date, tickets will be sold to fill Ball is coming up this next week- gested
C. Lloydhemowillap talkng oona "Membershipd aove achhoueqota
and Scholarship," which is the theme ~the monk strap is beig worn a great he demand above each house quota end and what an affair that's going fratern
of the banquet and she will present -eal. These are especially goodlook- and they will also be available to in- to be! And so like all smart Mich-
an award to that dormitory or league DEAN ALICE LLOYD BARBARA MCINTYRE inrown suede and usually h Iwome Panhelli igan coeds (hating the word) we KNI
house which attained the highest t pnes h aepaefo ~.t ~. shall dress in our very smartest ade
sMiss Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women, will be one of the principal springy, crepe-soled saddle shoes are Friday, Nov. 25.dgadder
scholastic average last year.ceesldsdlshsarFiaNo.2. outfits and away we'll go. JUNE gde
bhose reakers of the Assembly Banquet tomorrow.. She will talk on "Mem- popular as they are both comfortable- GREY has some wonderful ideas get th
H rpeHatwig To Give dtwrs bership and Scholarship" which is the theme of this annual dinner for and just the thing to wear with sweat- Pitch And Putt Club(as per usual) for "formal touching he W
Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the (a pr sul)fo "Clubtochn -all k
Leauewil peset tre awrdsto Indeperndents Barbara Mdntyre, '38, general chairman of the ban- rs and skirts. This type of shoe isAn
League, will present three awards to neednsBrbrMcny,'8,ger har nofheb - being featured in a rich blue sud up" that will really set off all your sweate
the senior, junior and sophomore quet, acting as toastmistress for the evening, will introducestheespeakers.rswith featuredfin a hesuee nnounces w inner charms. Sequin caps and belts to And t
women who had the best grades for Miss McIntyre announces that the seating for the dinner will be ac- kiltie type of oxford is still a favorite imatch-brilantly glittery-to say "weave
last year. If those who are first cording to dormitories and league houses. for sportswear. Although the con- Anouncement was made of th nothing of a variety of belts in weaves
named are not present, those with servative type in brown suede with the beaded designs, rhinestones, and togeth
the second highest grades will re- wooden heel is still popular, there winners of the fall golf tournament silver cording. You might try some ghans,
thEscndhghs gaeswllr for women at a teaspnoe by gas
ceive the awards. Inc lu are many variations. One store is the Pitch and Putt club recently in the of s edi found the beend
Thxe president of Assembly, Helen showing a smart shoe with a square, Women's Athletic Buildingtly iboflast essmalwas is real
Jesperson, '38, is to speak on Assembly, ;perforated kiltie. Katherine Devine, '39, is medalist csedul,dok u kno I c dentlywas into t
and its program for the rest of this Tea The new multi-colored oxfords in'of the tournament with the lowest ings in colors advertized by Vogue
year. Ira M. Smith, registrar of the - - lovely shades of beige, rust, green, score of 101 strokes. Marjorie Mer- can be had here too. "Run" in and AND
University, will give statistics on the y SUZANNE POTTER coffee brown are stunning when worn ker, '39, ranked a close second with get a pair! a find
scholastic standings of dormitories Things are picking up-but def wheels within wheels, or something. with woolen dresses or sport suits. a score of 102. Other winners include _etapairwill fi
and league houses during the past nitely. Witness the last Four min- Also Friday afternoon comes the These are also being shown in low- Louise Nack, '38, 104; Mary Ann DAZZLING sequin jackets in the cu
year. ntes Winesds te ts and Children's Theatre's opening splurge heeled styles for school wear. Black McKie, '41, 104; Betty Jackson, '40, gold, blue, and-black are "on the hankie
Barbara McIntyre, '38, general of the year-"Mr. Toad" to you. or brown spectator pumps with the 107; Mary Jane Mueller, '38, 112; avenue" this season to wear over nia se
chairman of the banquet, will intro- the entertainment for tlius week. Ellen Rothblatt adapted the play junior heel are still as popular as Marjorie Tate, '39, 112; and Stephanie your formal (and incidently to sewed-
duce the speakers. Other members "Dead End," United Artists' version ever.ssParfet, '39, 124.m y s i)u-
especially for presentation at Mich-I___ are,'9_14 ac your sequin cap) to be had en-w:i
of the central committee are Betty of the famous stage play about slum igan, and various Play Production > <-><-0-><-<-O<-<- --<- >- --<- at the ELIZABETH DILLON really
Jane Mansfield, 39, tickets; Irene children of the dingy w SHOP. They're short boleros--so with t
Sartor, '38, decorations; Nancy Kover, chlrno h ig harf district; high-lights and luminaries will give SHPVhyr hr oeo-s iht
'38, dns tndnB;baa Love' of New York, opens at the Mich- their all for the sake of Art. Said O smart-so glamorous! And as you
publicity. igan today. Joel McCrea, Humph- play goes on Saturday afternoon,: ddYIJL A arrive on the scene of the Engi- FIN
rey Bogart, Sylvia Sidney. and six also. . neer's Ball just watch the admiring we sa:
Mrs Far B.nuthved boys of the original cast will play Well, the band is going to the Penn glances from your escort-and ponde
rsdentandMrs. Shirley W. Smith, in it. game this Saturday, if anybody else AM others, too, no less FLET
Deandand Mrs JosephA. s Monday night will be a big night is or not. They worked their heads ENCHANTING IN ITS FLATTERY stunni
for the independent gals on campus. to the bone' and made the grade. All I C\DOMESTICITY will always creep Sage,
Wilbur rd H.mKreys, The Assembly Banquet will take place, we can say is "Foo" to WRAG and his and Startling in its utter Newness! in as one side of even the most in very
Dean and Mrs. Wilbur R. Humphreys, in the League Ballroom, climaxing a 7 't 6-the boys will show him! -sophisticated young lady's char- ions.
Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith and busy week devoted to' the indepen- -,p,, acter-and now, my friends, you types-
Miss Lloyd are among the patrons-for dents, and presided over by the mem- De lrs r."BLI ND DATES" may air your talents by making a the Cl
the banquet.I bers of Senior Society and Assembly. rA ar a 1 ~ ~"'
Other patrons are Mrs. Byrl F es ni t ring a l hairntanDeclares for Formal Occasions trip to the GAGE LINEN SHOP to and th
her rs ae Mrs. Tuesday night brings another get some Irish linen crash-it attrac
Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry, MrsChoral Union offering to Hill Audi- W eek Suc ces sful comes in all the brightest colors- should
Frederick G. Ray, Mrs. Lawrence torium. This time it's Artur Rod- by and start working on a luncheon sets i
Morley, Miss Ruth Danielson, Miss zinski conducting the Cleveland Or- Th set, towels, diesser scarfs, or any A rou
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Lucille B. chestra. Mr. Rodzinski is co-con-IThe activities of Independent Week T1TLT1T1T TdATCnumber of cute things with plain caugh
Conger, Mrsi Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Jo- ductor of the National Broadcasting' have been very successful, Angelene jhemming, hem-stiching, or fring- of earl
seph Parsons, Miss Mary Gleason, Company Orchestra, and last year Maliszewski, '38, chairman of the Ju- H ing. It's all quite easy once you say yo
Miss Sarah Rowe and Miss Kathleen was guest conductor of the New York diciary Council and president of Sen- 613 East Williams Street 4 doors off State --
Hamm. Philharmonic Orchestra. ior Society, announced yesterday.
Harriet Shackleton, '38, and Miss IPresident and Mrs. Ruthven again "The women at the league houses -eda-eTM--n
Hartwig are to be special guests for open their doors to a herd of Mich- which our groups visited were in-
the banquet. I igan undergraduates this Wednesday terested in what we had to say and
Grace Wilson To Lead Songs afternoon. All the best tea-swillers their response to our work was most
Singing will be led by Grace Wilson, and plate balancers in town will be gratifying," Miss Maliszewski said.
'39M, assisted by Martha Bailey, there. "We hope that they all feel that they
'38SM, and Lois Mayer, '38SM. Mich- The Engine school gets on their are an integral part of the League."
igan songs and rounds will be sung. skates Friday night and throws a big Miss Maliszewski said that since/
Miss Mayer is to be the pianist. party at the Union, no less. Dick Jur- this Independent Week has been re-J
Miss McIntyre announced that the gens and his orchestra will play, ceived so enthusiastically, there may
seating will be according to dormi- and the decorations are going to be be another such activity next yar.
tories and league houses and also _
that the dormitory social directors - - - - ---- ...
and league house mothers are to sit
with their groups. AVE Y TRIED E POWDER?
be the Assembly crest, which is a tri-
angle inclosing the letters UM, the
Michigan seal and the name "Assem-
bly," said Miss Sartor. It is the
same one which was used at the As-
sembly Ball last year
Women had their Face Powder
Blended Individually for them OF PARIS ORIGINALS
haunt our shop for here is the sum
Be Held Nov. 10
Business and Professional
Club will celebrate its 16th
ary at a dinner to be given at
. Wednesday in the Mary B.
on Room of the League.
ONES at 2-3241
to it-very fascinating-and
ery practical. Especially sug-
to .the wearers of the little
TTERS! Attention! Your
has found THE place to
e best yarns in town-it's
DMAN'S EXCHANGE SHOP
kinds and colors-to make
rs, suits, afghans, and rugs.
he very latest thing is the
-it"-a new gadget that
little squares which you sew
er to make blankets, af-
and even coats. Yep, it's
done-see for yourself! It
ly clever! You might look
he matter seriously!
YOU, sorority gals!-here's
* especially for you! You
nd at the COLLINS SHOP
test, most attractive sorority
s-in all colors. The insig-
wed in one corner-hand-
-bright hankies of pure lin-
ith hand-rolled hems. It's
the latest thing and exclusive
he Collins Shop.
GER TIP POINTS-or shall
y pointers, by your corres
nt, inspired by CALKINS
CHER'S. You'll find here
ng manicure sets of Peggy
Dorothy Gray, and Cutex-
y smart cases-for all occas-
Now Cutex puts out five
-the Traveler, the Compact,
ub Kit, the pigskin Marquise,
e Five Minute. Leather cases,
tive! Wonderful! And you
see the new Peggy Sage
n their new surroundings!
nd red and white satin case
t my eye and made me think
y Christmas shopping. What
wily Cl -s--------v
and substance o all high-styled gowns
I IA Iand wraps. Here, the glitter of metal-
Garments mold you
to pleasing lines.
They KNOW that ONLY individually blended
powder can give the skin a flawless perfection..
and YOU TOO may see what blended powder
will do for you . .
lics. Here, the regal richness of velvet,
gleaming satin, shimmering net. They
look backward to the Directoire, to
the opulent 1900's -- they look for-
ward to a brilliant season.
Priced from . . 14.9
FOR the most dazzling evenings we
have Calots, evening bags and costume
jewelry of fireworks sequins . .,.,all
a FULL DOLLAR BOX of
CHARLES of the RITZ POWDER
will be blended especially for you by
MISS GAY NEWSOM
of the Ritz-Carlton Salon of New York
and included with any purchase of
CHARLES of the RITZ Preparations.
Toilet Goods Department
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