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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 138

THIE MICHIGANi DAILY

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League House
Delegates Elect
New Chairman
Announce First In Series
Of Sunday Suppers To
Be Held Jan. 16
Eetty Notley, '40, was elected
temporary chairman of the League
House Representatives and a com-
mittee was appointed to plan a Sun-
day night supper at the first regular
meeting of the newly-formed group
held at 4:30 p.m. yesterday in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
Mary Evelyn Owen, '39, Betty My-
ers, '40, Mildred Pawloski, '40 and
Helen Barnett, '41, were the mem-
bers appointed to make arrangements
for the Sunday night supper, the first
social function to be given by the!
organization.t
To Hold Supper Jan. 16
The date will be Jan. 16, and the
affair will be held at the League. Al-
though men will not be invited to
this first supper, they will probably
come to later ones, Miss Notley said.
The women living in the League
houses in Zone I will be the hostesses
for the supper.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League, opened the
meeting of the Representatives with
. a discussion of the social projects
they could undertake. Hope Hart-
wig, '38, president of the League, pre-
sided until Miss Notley was elected.

Be Smartly Clad For Winter Sports
If you're the kind that likes the snow and all the sports connectei
with it, you will enjoy very much the smart ski-suits which are being
shown for such use. In bright colors they add vividness to the art o
skiing, or if you haven't any art in your skiing they are made o
practical heavy wool which will readily withstand your tosses an
tumbles.

House Groups
To Be Honored
At W.A.A. Tea'
New, Old Style Dancing
Will Be Demonstrated I
Tomorrow For Zones
The first in a series of teas given
for the League House Zones by thej
Women's Athletic Association will be!
held at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
W.A.A. Building when the women of
Zone VIII will be honored, it was an-E
nounced by Virginia Allen, '39, chair-
man of the affair.
Sally Kenny, '38, will do the call-
ing for some old fashioned dancing
and Margaret Calkins, '40, will give
an exhibition of trucking. Betty
Whitney, '38, will be the accompanist.
d Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss Laurie
g Campbell, instructors of physical ed-
wf ucation, will pour at the tea.
If It is hoped that by giving these
d teas the women living in the League
houses will become interested in WAAj
activities, Miss Allen said. The idea
of having the teas for each zone was
formulated at a meeting of the W.A.A.
executive board and the zone athletic
managers. eld before Christmas.
The committee for the tea is com-
posed of Ruth Hartman, '39, Virginia
Mulholland, '39, Mary May Scoville,j
4Ed., Harriet Sharkey, '40, and Ruthj
Smith, '40.
The zone athletic managers are
Helen Wolf, '40, zone I; Jane Brichan,

Jackets And Sweaters Brighten J.G.P. Meetings
Indoor And Outdoor Costumes, Are Annomneed
By JEAN HASTIE of the popular, low-waisted "Arctic Dai nce Practices To Bein
There is a great deal of variety in Fur Fabric" 'jackets. They are tailored
both colors and materials to choose and cut to fit with ease, and are very Tomorrow At League
Sfrom this year when selecting your chic when in action. Or one can don
new ski jacket or sweaters. Perhaps a snug-fitting, white Shed-Weather Dancing practice for the 1938 Jun-
you were fortunate enough to receive jacket with a single contrasting rever. ior Girls Play will be held from 4 to
one for Christmas. If not, you might Either of these light-colored jackets 6 p.m. tomorrow at the League instead
glance at those arrayed in the shop would be nice to wear with dark ski- of today as previously announced,
windows. pants when one wants to stand out Charlotte Poock, chairman of the
The curly white lamb's wool jackets from the crowd. dance committee, announced.
are newcomers to the sports field. Combine Black and Beige Women who have no previous danic-
Strassner of London is showing it for For those of you who crave to be ig lessons should attend at 4 p m.
skiing and for spectacular outfits. A difficerent, there is a beige antelope and the advanced group will meet at
costume for active wear is done ithe jacket outlined with black knitted 15 p.m. The room will be announced
white furry material with red knitted bands, and a two-faced jacket of on the bulletin board.
are of white tweed. green knitted wool, which has a gay, The publicity committee for the
zippered antelope front with two huge production will meet at 3:15 p.m. to-
Waterproof Jacket Adds Comfort pockets. Then, again, a Harlequin morrow, Harriet Pomeroy. chairman,
A hooded, water-proof, lnen wid- jacket of checkered black calfskin and announced. At 4:15 p.m. tomorrow
jacket is amazin g in its comfort and antelope might fascinate her, the costume committee headed by
jacket comes in ice blue and is set Little jackets and sweaters that Mary Lavan will meet. The ushers
off by plum colored ski pants. The are lighter weight and much gayer are and makeup committees of wich
worn for the evening indoors. A Rebecca Bursley and Marian Baxter
newest thing is to wear it tied around plum corduroy jacket worn over a are chairman will meet at 5 p.m.
the waist for hot climbs, white cashmere shirt and with a broad tomorrow.
One may be startlingly new in one Basque belt of the corduroy will be the It is important that all memibors
hit of the evening. Another lovely attend these committees as health
T jacket comes in scarlet flannel with recheck slips will be given out and
Learue To H o black cashmere cuffs and revers plans for work announced. Trais-
stamped with roses. fers should get special permission
~ S s n "Jingle Bells" is a lively name for slips and give them to the commit-
i ~ i'essone bright number. Little felt bells tee chairmen at the meeting. All
in giddy colors are appliqued on the women who have received their hea1Ith
bosom, and tiny metal bells tinkle in recheck slips should take care of this
i norniiia1-.1( lceo utos onth rntcs

Announce Cast
For ChildrenS
N e w Musical
Choruses Include Town

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Will Be Taught Tonight ing.
The first post-vacation Swing Ses-
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election of regular officers will Children; List Members Kate Landrum, '37, daughter of Mr. '40, zone II; Sally Corcoran, '41, zone s
bably be held at the beginning of and Mrs. Robert D. Landrum of III; Virginia Storts, '39, zone IV; t
semester. Of Various CommitteeS Shaker Heights, O. and Price innes, Marie Tate, '41, zone V; Cala Labor-C
Functions Of Group Explained '37, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Innes itz, '39Ed.. zone VI; Mary Morton,
he new group is composed of The complete cast and production of Detroit were married Sunday, Jan. '40, zone VII; Helen Dunn, 41, zone I
idents of 45 league houses and its staff for "Knave and Maids," Chil- 2 at the home of the bride's parents. VIII.
ction is to bring the residents of drens Theatre musical, to be given Mrs. Innes is affiliated with Delta- -
ue houses into closer contact with JhGamma. She was president of she amma
activities of the League. It will Jan 7 and 8 in the Lydia Mendel- Women's Athletic Association in 197. Phi (p mma Deltas I
k in cooperation with the League ssohn Theatre, was announced yes- Innes is a member of Trigon frater- Firs,.t
al committee. terday. nity. Are First , o Sig a
ore than 40 women attended this Character leads will be played by Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Robinson an-
meeting.. Tuesday, Jan. 18, will Marjorie Coe, '38; Eleanor McCoy, ounce the engagement of their In Series At Union.
he date of the next meeting, and daughter, Virginia, '38, to Emil Hok-
eafter meetings will be held only '39; Rober Wurster, 38; Ruth Mene- anson of Milwaukee, Wis. Miss Rob- Phi Gamma Delta will be the firstt
e every month. fee, 39, Ronald Butler, '39; James inson is affiliated with Alpha Chi fraternity to be honored in the Un.
Moll, '39 and Jim Bob Stephenson. Omega. Hokanson is a graduate of ion's new series of Fraternity Nights
The musical will include several Dartmouth University and is now a ionsewere at ternity Nidhys
th T u w i e ryUVchoruses of town children. The first student in the law school of the membership dances.S
chorus is composed of Barbara Barr, University of Wisconsin. At 10 p.m. Friday Bob Steinle ands
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Joseph Carr his orchestra will play two Phi Gain-
res Henen Stegeman, Pat Hume, Dolly of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, announce ma Delta songs and the members of!
Vlesides, Jackie Kock, Nancy Cory, the engagement of their daughter, the fraternity will sing. Following
Iy W Be 'i oday Jean Reynolds, Eleanor Brown, Phyllis, '38, to Frank C. Gibbs, J' that the band will play Michigan
Charlotte Fariss, Jerene James, Alice'38E, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C- songs and the dancers will take part
Gibbs of Oak Park, Ill. Miss Carr in the singing.
n order to enable students to be- Huntington and Betty Lou Cox. is affiliated with Chi Omega, and Theta Chi will be honored at thec
ie better acquainted with faculty Name Second Chorus Gibbs- is a member of Alpha Tau second Fraternity Night. The seriest
nbers, four members of the facul- Those is the second chorus are: Omega. will continue throughout the remain-
*nd their wives will be specially in- Betty James, Pat Bird, Pat Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Tobin of der of the school year. it was an-
d guests at the fifth Ruthven Tea, Barbara Flickinger, Shirley Dey, ouglaston, L.I., N.Y.B nnounced.the
be held from 4 to 6 p.m. today at i marriage of their daughter, Blanche,
President's home. Doris Schumacher, Nancy Cress, Bar- to J. Harlan McPain of Portland, Me. T
past month's tea was the first to bara Bey, Marilyn Bothman, Freddie recently. Both Mr. and Mrs. McPain HOLD DEAN'S DINNER TONIGHT
oh faculty members were invited Nickels, Tommy Moore, Dick Gauss, attended the University where the Kappa Kaipa Gamma is planning
different professors and their Bobby Kuhn and Johnny Padesta. latter was affiliated with Pi Beta Phi. a Dean's Dinner for tonight, honor-
dswiffertenroesrsRuthvThe engagement of Maxine Dennis, ing Dean Alice Lloyd, Assistant-Dean
es will attend every Ruthven Tea The singing chorus will consist of '38, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jeannette Perry, Mrs. Beryl F. Bach-
.n this year, according to Steph- Lisbeth Hildebrandt, Sally Crandall, Dennis of Shelby, 0. to Karl Giller, er, Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, Dr. Mar-
e Parfet, '39, in charge of the Mark Hildebrandt, Paul Hildebrandt, '36, son of Mrs. C. W. Giller of Shelby garet Bell, and Mrs. Ethyl McCor-
. Those who will attend today are Robert McMillan, Robert Maulbetsch, was announced during the holidays. mick
.n and Mrs. Wilbur Humphreys, Larry Darling, Grover Trytten, Roger
f. Bennett Weaver, of the English Wiselogle and Dean Mason.- Those
artment, and Mrs. Weaver, Prof. in the dancing choruses are Anne
l Litzenberg, of the English de- Welsch, Nancy MacKaye, Jean Mac-
.frm .AfinzT. L dhitnrg and

Gregory, '39, acting as director.
The tango is one of the steps which
Gregory is featuring, along with two
variations of the rhumba. And the
shag, Little Apple and other such
steps will also be taught.
Gregory said that he will answer
requests for certain dance steps
about which students have made in-
quiries and that he will try to in-
clude them 'in future sessions.
Marie Sawyer, '38, is again going
to assist Gregory, with the music fur-
nished by Charlie Zwick and his
Swing Trio.
The price for this series of ses-
sions is $3 per couple, and Gregory
said that it still is not too late to join.
There will be four more sessions in.
this series.
TICKETS PLACED ON SALE
Interfraternity Ball tickets will be
on sale from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
the council room of the Union, Room
306, it was announced by Bud Lun-
dahl, general chairman.

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partment ani rs.i-z g
Prof. Robert Angell, of the sociology
department, and Mrs. Angell.
Student groups which have re-
ceived special invitations are Kappa
Alpha Theta and Delta Delta Delta
;sororities, Jordan Hall, Orientation
groups 87 through 90, and Sigma Phi,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Tau Ome-
ga, Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Nu
fraternities.
From 4 to 4:30 p.m., Mrs. Weaver
and Mrs. Harry Hall, housemother of
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, will
pour; from 4:30 to 5 p.m., Mrs. Litz-
enberg and Mrs. James Orbison,
housemother of Delta Delta Delta
sorority will pour.
From 5 to 5:30 p.m. Mrs. William
Morley, social director of Jordan
Hall, and Mrs. Angell will be at the
tea table, and from 5:30 to 6 p.m.,
Mrs. Humphreys and Mrs. Helen V.
Phelps, housemother of Sigma Nu
fraternity, will pour.
W.A.A. SCHEDULE
Basketball: No tournament this
week because of repairs in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Bowling: 4 to 6 p.m., 7 to 9 p.m
today through Friday, 3 to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Women s Athletic Build-
ing. Major school-faculty tourna-
ment and individual tournament
next week.,
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row, Sarah Caswell Angell Audi-
torium, Barbour Gymnasium.
Fencing: 4:30 p.m. tomorrow,
Barbour Gymnasium.
Rifle: 3 to 5 p.m. today, 4 to 6
p.m. tomorrow, Women's Athletic
Building.
Swimming Club: 4:30 p.m. to-
day. Union Pool.

Kaye, Nancy Upson, Barbar Barr,
Helen Stegeman, Pat Hume, Sally
Vlesides, Jackie Goch, Nancy Cory,
Jean Reynolds, Eleanor Brown,
Charlotte Fariss, Jerene James, Alice
Huntington and Betty Lou Cox.
Production Staff Listed
Production staff for the play is
composed of Frederic James, '38A,
Oren Parker, Grad. E,mma Hirsch,
'39, Julia Ann Upson, '39. Others on
this committee are Mary Margaret
Meloche, '40, Virginia Barrows, '40,
Marie Eichelberger, '39A, Ruth Mene-
fee.
Music for the play has been writ-
ten by John Van der Muelen, '38A
and Elizabeth Spooner, '38, is in
charge of properties.
Stage manager is Frederic James,
'38A; electrician, Douglas Morgan,
'41; book holder, Roberta Chissus, '39
and call girl, Alberta Wood, '40.

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