THE MICHIGAN. VAILY
Independents To Hold 'Congressional Fling' Dec. 4 At
Foster To Sing;
Final Home Game Of This Season
To Hold Book Sale
To Be Featired Will Be Celebrated By 35 Houses A bo
4t+a~ Perhaps it's because this will be,- - - -- - - - -accordin
at Kappa Delta Rho. Mr. and Mrs. being given by Sigma Phi Epsilon.a r
Steinles Band Will Play; >the last home game this year, but Ben DeGraff and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. C. W. chairma
Door Prizes To Be Given whatever the reason the number oft L. Everett will chaperon. Kappa Spooner and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence1ternities
ieto e ndances today-35--surpasses all rec- Sigma is giving an informal radio Whitsit, of Detroit. nwant
Lucky Ticket Holders ords this year. dance. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Morns As a preview of next Wednesday i Winslow
Acacia is giving a buffet supper- and Mr. and Mrs. Archie J. McAlpine ,ht . them co
Th Cnresideenet ensdance which will be chaperoned by wlandtr.andshAhero. M lin ights pledge formal, Theta Ki isi l Altho
The Congress, independent men's wlacashpeo.
organization, yesterday announced Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Munn and Mr. and gew Earnest Will PIa iving an informal radio dance to- held ou
t Mrs. Russell Pryce. Following the night. Prof. Richard B. Schr-eido- collectio
that it will hold its "Congressional 7game Alpha Chi Omega is giving a The music for Lambda Chi Alpha'swimd and Mr. and Mrs. James W. as possi
Fling" Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Union tea dance at which Mrs. W. E. Good- informal dance will be provided by wiman Mr. and Ms aes. as passl
Ballroom.-ale and Mrs. Westley Goodale will Lew Ernest's orchestra, according to
Bob Steinle's orchestra will playact as chaperons. Roger Bradley, '39. The chaperons-- -
for the open, informal dance, Warren Jerry Beissel's orchestra will play will be Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert --
Foster, Grad., will offer vocal selec-f at Alpha Kappa Kappas informal and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Smith.
ions, and Marie sawyer, '38, and dance. Chaperons will be Dr. and Richard Marlink, '39L, announced
Doug Gregory, '39, will present an Mrs. Fleming Barbour. and Dr. and that the chaperons for Phi Alpha
exhibition of ballroom dancing. Mrs. Willis Brown. Kappa's informal radio dance will be
In addition, unique door prizes will To Have Radio Dance Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kooistra and
e addto, uniqe doorers llkyMre. and Mrs. Claude Sampson and br. and Mrs. G. VanNoord. Phi Beta
tickets to be given out at the door, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dorner will Delta is giving an informal radio
it was explained ochaperon Alpha Kappa Lambda's in- dance which will be chaperoned by
iT w eIned.mal Dance formal radio dance, according to Ros- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Abramobitz and°
To Be Informal Dance well Campbell, '8E. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gilbert.
The dane will be an open, infor- Alpha Kappa Psi's victrola dance Dr. and Mrs. Walter Belser, Dr. -
mal "Fling," with the admission price will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Pierce, Dr. and Mrs
remaining the same per couple as the Samuel Fielden and Mr. and Mrs. John Sunwald and Dr. and Mrs. A. C.
regular Union week-end dance, which' \ -a.' Larry Barden. There will be about Furstenberg will chaperon the Phi
per couple. \ 20 couples of alumni present. ac- Beta 1i formal dance. Phi Chi's
The dance, conflicting in date with cording to John Hart, '38. radio dance will be chaperoned by
the last night of the Sophomore Moe-Carter's orchestra will play Dr. and Mrs. W. Wilson and Dr. and
Cabaret, will not, it is believed, de- Sik for Alpha Omega's formal. Dr. and Mrs. S. Wagar.
tract from the Cabaret's attendance, II ttsI F ein in Si s ;Mrs. B. R. Sidenberg and Dr. and Buffet Supper Planne.
for only couples will be admitted to Mrs. I. Elson will chaperon. Another Asda
the dance, it was explained by Robert Add To A rra Of Ilouse Styles buffet supper-dance, Alpha Sigma.....upe.a gamio.ance
May, 39, social chairman in charge Phi's-will be chaperoned by Mr. and il fothe footballgam o Phi
_______Delta Theta, according to Robert
of the dance. ---- ------ - .-- Mrs. Douglas Hammial and Mr. and j
Mix. '40. Mr. and Mrs. George Was-'
Foster, working for his master'sBlons, Color and StripeS propriate, also' line the windows of Mrs. Fred Foster Basom. John Mc- sel and Mrs. Helen Mott will chap-
degree in voice, has toured the coun- women's clothing stores. A silk crepe Donald's orchestra will furnish the eron,
try offering selections both classical Lend New Note To This in a delightful shade of rose salmon music.
r. an Mr.rShlbySchrtofviehem s orcPhi etaEilon'so
and popular. At 14 he sang with the Year's Featured Modes is of the color and style which does Chaperons Named A Lar Mse orheta wiln'o
Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra and wonders for our drab spirits the day formal dance. Chaperons will be Dr.
last year rendered vocal selections after flunking that "Ec bluebook" Crand Rapids and Prof. and Mrs. Jo- and Mrs Herbert Bloom
with the Philadelphia Oratorical As- BG KATHERINE MAC IVOR Glass buttons enclosing little black s-ph H. Cannon will chaperon Beta
Theta Pi's informal dance. One of Mr. and Mis. Thomas Ellerby of !
sociation. He was the vocalist with As the old saying goes "variety is and white scotties give it the cur- Te .r and.r.WThliamrae ll f
Steinle's Union Band two years ago } the spice of life," and what better rently popular animal motif. To have the Moe-Carter bands will play. Detroit andK Wi Brac will
He was one of the first to sing over way can we gai vanety in our ward- some miniature of a dog, a horse, or Cmal dance. Russ Lyon and his or-
WiIlly Do e gWaltziey Nuouberd-'Chi Phi's informal dance will be Ima attePh Kppu sis losd hinror-5+ ttd
WLW's radio station in Cincinnati. i robes than by having a wide array any animal, in fact, as decoration, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Oren chestra will provide the music. Phi
of blouses?I will be to assure remarks on its at-I Parker and Mr. and Mrs. RobertKT sg ga n m
Miss Sawyer and Gregory are the Most of the latest blouses are based tractiveness. - Owen. Jimmy Fisher's orchestra will Kapa a i gving a infrmal
leaders of the League Swing Sessions upon the plain tailored shirtwaist Astri-colored silk crepe is:most irovide thesmusic.iadir d rance hic wl be chandred
an h egednigcass hystyle which has been so popular re-f George MBain, '39E stated that)b M.anYMsoMtuMnnad r laughed at ChalI
andently. The local stores are show- unusual of all seen. The cut of the vr. and Mrs. Robert Carson and d
will give a ballroom exhibition in the;cny.Telalsosaeshw
fox trot aird the Waltz. n mg many interpretations of this blouse itself is extremely plain with1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Joyce will chap- To Celebrate Home-Coming mpudent gags on the ra
mode in any color you could possibly simple cap sleeves. The upper part is eron Chi Psi's closed informal dance, Decorations for Phi Sigma Delta's w
The sale of tickets will begin Tues~ desire. Despite the sweep of fem- of green, the next is yellow with where a Moe-Carter orchestra will informal radio dance will be a home- Chare wants to get ne
day, Nov. 23, at the Congress' offices init3y over clothes for all occasions, several green tassels marching diag- Iflay. coming motif. Dr. Bernard Heller
in Room 306 at the Union from 3:30 the mannish tailored 'flannel shirt onally across, and the lower thii'd is Bill Sawyer will play for Delta and Mrs. Bertha K. Lyon will chap-t
to 4:30 p.m. every day except Satur- has a strong appeal. One version of a warm brown shade. The same Delta Delta's informal buffet supper eron.(0
day and Sunday. The tickets will be we are particuraly drawn to because blouse is seen in red, navy, and royal ,lance. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Barden Chaperons for Phi Rho Sigma's in- 1
placed on general sale at the Union of the interesting stitching on the blue. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manning formal radio dance will be Dr. and
the first week before the dance. ckets and the beautiful shoulder -will chaperon. Mrs. Robert Bannow and Dr. and
l S P F iTrDr. and Mrs. Louis Shultz and Dr. Mrs. John Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. GD
inesScotch Plaids For Shirts r To Take Plct es Iand Mrs. George Harris will attend Edward Beauchamp and Mr. and Mrs.GOE
The brilliat plaid shrts of au-the Delta Sigma Delta formal, where Robert Hasselt, all of Ferndale, will DWTW N NT
A nnounce List t The brilliant plaid shirts of au- Of Hostess Grou1 _ysh hg aDOWNTOWN AND ON TH
fRay Carey's orchestra will play. chaperon Sigma Alpha Epsilon's in-
then tic Scotch tartans bring im- _____________
mediate thoughts of those men wear Delta Sigma Pi is holding an in- formal radio dance. -
Ofm Panhelleni on their annual hunting trips and of Pictures of the hostess committee formal radio dance which Mr. and A radio dance and open house arc
northwoods lumberjacks. They are of Sophomore Cabaret will be taken Mrs. Frank Brown, of Detroit, and
sstyled on the loose lines typical of Thursday by David Blue, 39, Jane Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubach will
an eP atrons men'scasual clothes. All combina- Jewitt, chairman, has announced. attend as chaperons. A tea dance is
tions of colors are represented. The photos will be made into pos- being given by Delta Tau Delta. Prof.
Ticket Sell-Out For Ball The jersey blouses introduce ters for display purposes, Miss Jew- and Mrs. Earl L. Griggs and Dr. Wil
something a little different to wear itt said. Informal shots of other hmBaewl hprn
Made Known Yesterday with that circularly pleated skirt. committee meetings will also be used, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hird and Prof.
By Phyllis J. Boner One mustard colored jersey buttons for publicity. Blue, official photog- and Mrs. Wilmot Pratt will chap-
_ _._Bauer neatly down the front with several rapher for the Cabaret, will take ero~r Delta Upsilon's informal dance.
rows of brown stitching following snapshots of the various choruses and Ruth Calkins, '40, announced that
The list of patrons for the annual alongside the buttonholes. The jer- floor show acts during rehearsals at Miss Ruth Danielson and Miss EllenG
Panhellenm alf, to be held from sey stud shirts in reds, blues, and the beginning of next week. A reg- Mann will chaperon Helen Newberry's G
SbP.M. to 1 aom. Friday, Nov. 26, in greens are just made to wear now ular meeting of the hostess commit- tea dance. Larry Morse's orchestra
the League Ballroom, was announced that the weather has insisted we tee will be held at 4:30 p.m. Monday will provide the music.
yesterday by Phyllis Scroggie, '39, nsin the League. A radio bridge party will be held
head of the patrons' committee. bring our fur coats out of storage.
They are Regent Esther Cram and T Rose Salmon Is New
Mr. ram. Rfgnt Ed The silk blouses for those in-be- "_
Mr. Cramt of Flinto President andw
ksale will be given by the
n Alumnae club in the spring,
g to Mrs. Sherwood Winslow,
n of the affair. Sororities. fra-
and league houses who have
.d books are asked to call Mrs.
, who will arrange to have
ugh the sale, which may be
.tdoors, is not until spring,
ns must be started as soon
ble so that the books may
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Mrs. Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Joseph!..........oi--
Bursley, Dean Henry C. Anderson,
Dean Alice Lloyd.Over 400 Women
Dean and Mrs. Wilbur Humphreys,
Dean' and Mrs. Charles T. Olmstead, Present At Tea Of
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Mrs.
Byrl Bacher, Miss Jeanette Perry, UndergraduateS
Prof. and Mrs. A. E. White, Mr. and____
Mrs. Glen Mills, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, Miss Laurie Campbell, Dr. Mr hn40wmnatne h
and Mrs. John Alexander, Dr. Mar- second Undergraduate Tea, held from
garet Bell and Dr. William Brace. 1 4 to 6 p.m. yesterday in the League
Ballroom. Barbara Heath. '39, was
A sell-out of tickets for the dance in charge. is enjoyed by all at the C
was announced yesterday by Phyllis Several sorority women came to the especially for our FO(
Bauer, '38, ticket chairman. No tea with their pledge daughters,
tickets were available for sale to in- among them Harriet Pomeroy, '39,
dependent women. More than 400 with Caroline Martin, '40, Phyllis1Ij
tickets were purchased. Miner, '39, with Betty Nichols, '40,
Joe Sanders, the Ole Lefthander, and Blanche Tobin, '39, with Doris
and his Blackhawks, will play for the Marschner, '40.
ball. Jane Kaye is his featured singer. Martha Dynes, '39, chose for the
In contrast to previous Panhellenic tea a rust wool dress with a rust
dances there will be no grand march. suede hat. Judy Strausbaugh, '40,
Intermission will be at 11:30 p.m. wore a tan sweater with a plaid tan
Because late permission has been and orange skirt. Janet Fisher, '41,
granted'only until 2 a.m., sororities also chose plaid, the magenta stripe
will be able to obtain breakfast at in her circular pleated skirt matching Try our excellent "Blue Plate"
the League. Some sororities however, her sweater.
will have dinners preceding the ball, Ardemis K ouzi a n. '38, Myrra LUNCHEONS:
and others will maintain the custom Shortt, '39, Mary Helen Davis. '41 and Game Special -- Nov. 20
of having breakfasts at their houses. Tane Peterson, '41, also came to the
After the dance. Tickets for the tea. Miss Peterson wore a rose wool MEAT LOAF
breakfast at the League can be ob- skirt with a short-sleeved brown Whipped Potatoes
tained at the League desk. The price sweater. Edith Lynch, '41, and Jean Fresh Golden-Bantam Corn
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