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November 10, 1937 - Image 5

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1)-'7


Soph Prom

I'o Be Held Friday, Dec. 10, In

Pictures Galore,
In New Scarfs

Novel Scarfs Add Color

Central Heads
Are Announced
For '40 Dance

Children's Theatre Holds Breath
As Mr. Toad Hears Sentence,
By MARIAN SMITH made off with a car, completely ob-
Order in the court, order in the livious of traffic rules and the saftyi

By HELEN BRADY Crii.an AleXander Naii( court. Sentence will now be pro-c
pounced on Mr. Toad," echoed)
On behalf of all ye lads who have -General Chairman F irst through the game room of the Leaguer
acquired stiffened necks from the yesterday as the rehearsal for "Mr.r
continual twisting of head in deci- Clas Dance Of The Year Toad" progressed under direction ofr
phering the kerchief of the girl in Sarah Pierce, Grad.r
front of you, wie have decided to runI Soph Prom, the first class dance of A look of grave concern settled over
this article, describing the various the year, will be held from 10 p.m. to the Wild Wood Courtroom as the an-
and sundry novel scarfs worn by the i 2 a.m. Friday, Dec. 10. in the Union imal friends heard sentence pro-
"snappy" girls on the campus. Ballroom, it was announced yester- nounced and saw the bewildered de-
The newest one happens to con- fendant dragged out as the curtain
cern that vital issue upon which you d by Cruzan Alexander, general fell on the second act. The whole
voted, namely, Peace. Worked up into oahretl.ranimal kingdom had suddenly as-
a dark green ascot, the scarf has as - temembers of the central com- ur ed the traits and habits of the
ntefrtedneaeAtu human species with the result that I
its main feature a copy of the Peace ,l andt, ticket chairman; Lou Kauer they tow must suffer legal punish-
Tower at the international Exposi- and Benjamin Jones, decorations ment for misdemeanors.
Lion at Paris.. The word "Peace" is!frmsemaos
written in white letters in twenty- chairmen; John G. Flowers and Bud Mr. Toad Lands In Court
rin rhtsnwnyGerson, publicity chairmen; Robert "Crash"-and another crack-up
three different languages. i Paver, in charge of programs; Paul had landed poor Mr. Toad again in
Wear a "Good Luck" Scarf Park, patrons' chairman; Fred Sey- the court. His craze for automobiles
An appropriate kerchief to wear fried, head of the floor committee had burst forth again and he had
to the football games, especially the and Charles Frost, in charge of music.
Michigan football games, is a "good Orchestra To Be Named Later
luck" scarf. In bright red silk, it has Conservative women adhere to Several novel innovations are be- eRiihijz 'c
as its border a good-luck chain with scarfs of plain color. Novelty lov- ing planned for this year's dance, AN S ec nVd
all sorts of charms, such - as horse- ers will enjoy wearing the new c- Alexander said. The choice of an T
shoes, turtles, cocktail shakers, etc., centric ones printed with interest- erchestra will be announced at the i e a s o ia
scattered here and there. ing and unusual figures, such as 'end of this week. At last year's dance
For you girls taking political sci- multi-colored animals, maps of Barney Rapp's band played.
ence and desiring to make a special different countries or the Consti- Last year also the hours of the Orientation GrOps 74-78
impression on your professor, there tution. dance were changed from 9 p.m. un- A
is a kerchief made just for you. It is til 1 a.m. to 10 p.m. until 2 a.m., and TO Attend; Helen Arner,
white silk with a green border and women guests were given late per- Hope Hartwi To Pour
has the Constitution written word Junior A.A.U.W. To Ilcar mission, for the first time for this t'_
for word in black letters. It is help- Address By Prof. Slusser class dance. Profits from the affair Th
ful, too, when reciting the twenty- were handed over to the men's dormi-
one amendments. Prof. Jean Paul Slusser of the Col- tr fund. mster will be held from 4 p.m. to
n d thden n forPGeography majoreof. Aur l cuss "The Chairman Is On Daily Staff 6 p.m. today at the home of the Pres-
And then for Geography majors! lege of Architecture will discuss "The Alexander is a member of the Daily ident. Special invitations have been
How can any professors tactfully ask Design Approach" at dinner meet- sophomore business staff, and was extended to 14 groups, but all stu-
you to remove your kerchief during ing of the Junior group of the Ameri-i caucus chairman of the 'Fraternity- dents are welcome, Stephanie Parfet,
a blue book even if it does have a mapir '39, in charge of the tea, said.
of the world and the United States can Association of University Women Independent party in the College of j9,Oincarge o t 4 te, ugaid.
of tngineering.aBranhetUnJonestPaver Orientation groups 74 through 78,
worked out in beautiful colors? at '6:15 p.m. tomorrow ih tne League. and Seyfried are also enrolled in the Betsy Barbour House, and Alpha
It seems that there's no end to the Miss Dorothy Beise will have charge Colelge of Engineering. .The propor- i Gamma Delta, Sorosis, and Alpha
unusual and unique scarfs which are of the program, and Miss Miriam tion of students in the College of Delta Pi sororities will attend today.
such a hit this season. So, just re- Highley, president of the group, will Engineering and in the College of The men's groups invited are Theta
member girls, the boy sitting in back conduct the business meeting. Sup- Literature, Science and the Arts is de- Delta Chi, Delta Upsilon, Psi Upsilon,
of you isn's trying to copy your exam ( per arrangements are under the dir- termined by the office of the Dean of Phi Sigma Kappa and Alpha Sigma
paper. He's just curious. ection of Miss Margaret Blashill. Students. Phi fraternities.
- -- -_-- ___Those who have been invited to
pour are: Helen Louise Arner. '38.
uimmniin Meet vice-president of the League, and
Swimmi~qngN/UMCPFrances McKinney, '38Ed, president
Increases W. A A of Betsy Barbour House, from 4 to
4:30 p.m.; Mrs. D. W. Poppleton,
Pool Project Fund house mother of Psi Upsilon,and Mar-
garet Ferries, '38, chairman of Orien-
tation. from 4:30 to 5 p.m.
The Women's Athletic Association Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the
made $168.30 for the swimming pool League, and Mary Jane Mueller,
FOR M ADAM E fund, at the swimming carnival which '38Ed.. vice-president of the League,
was held Friday in the Intramural from 5 to 5:30 p.m.; and Mrs. C. S.
Building, Mary Johnson, '38, W.A.A. Mitchell, social director of Betsy Ear-
president, announced. bour House, and Betty Crandall, '38,
Last year at a similar carnival only president of Collegiate Sorosis, from
$105.35 was made. This year a capa- } 5:30 to 6 p.m.
city crowd attended the carnival and Members of the social committee of
some people had to be turned away. the League will take guests through
"Every woman in the world laves The pool project is the main proj- the receiving line to meet President
the soft luxury and warmth of a ect of the W.A.A. and has been for- and Mrs. Ruthven, and will introduce
beautiful fur coat. And every mally approved by the Board of Re- them to other students. They will
wal bgents. It is planned that the pool also take them through the home of
wise woman who loves beauty will be built as an addition to the the President and will explain various
knows that the true beauty of a Women's Athletic Building on Palmer art objects.
fur depends upon the quality of Field.
The Alumnae Association recently -r
its skin. That is why we want you donated $5,000 to the fund. $300 was !OUl W il lWe onductet
to look behind the scenes before received from the J-Hop Committee nternational Council
ou bu and understand why and $75 from the Frosh Frolic com-
mittee. The W.A.A. made $600 from The International Council will of-
such astounding values are of- the Michigras. $1,600 was taken from fer a tour to the Saline Valley Farms
fered during National Fur Week. a cabin fund of the Association. for all foreign and American students

of others. This charming but incor-
rigible Toad had yet to learn the
rights of his fellow men. After nu-
merous sentences and escapes he fi-
nally yielded to reform, however, and
returned to his friends in the Wild

An open meeting of Alpha Nu
speech society will be held at 7:30
p.m. today at the Alpha Nu room on
the fourth floor of Angell Hall, Fred
A. Thomson, president, announced



-p ht Are Iniiated T he Saline Valley Farms are lo-
cated three miles south of Saline. It
is a social experiment in cooperative
.To yvern ociety farming and cooperative living. Prof.
J. Raleigh Nelson announced that res-
Eight women, who were tapped ervations for the trip may be made
Nov. 1, were formally initiated into in Room 9 University Hall.
Wyvern yesterday in the League. The project, which was started by
The new members of the junior Mr. Harold Studley Gray and several
honor society include Marian Baxter,; farmers from Saline, is an attempt
helen Jean Dean, Elizabeth Lyon, at building a Christian economic sys-
5tephanie Parfet, Charlotte Poock, ter.
1)orothea Staebler, Martha Tillman,
and Elizabeth White. TICKET SALE FOR 'MR. TOAD' I
A tea followed the initiation at The box office of the Children's
which Mrs. Byrl Bacher, faculty ad- Theatre will be open from 10 a.m.
viser for the society, poured. Harriet to 6 p.m. every day for "Mr. Toad"
Pomeroy is president of the society. ticket sale. Performances will be
The other officers are Barbara Heath, given Friday and Saturday af-
secretary, and Norma Curtis, treas- ternoons.





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