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THE MICHIGAN ImATLY

'ea Dance Today

To Be Last Event Of Independent Fortnight

Moping On The Mall.
By Meandering MinnieI
The new school year has brought to the Daily a Flying Trapeze, another
column You of M, for the pleasure of the masses, and even a new weekly
on the woman's viewpoint of current events.
Well, here is that silly thing again, Ole Me-,
.. andering Minnie, devoid of all social conscious-
ness, bringing no message to the readers, and
good for no purpose in life. So who is caring?

Affair Is Given
By Assembly;
600 To Attend
Colored Tags And Tables
To Designate Various
Groups In Attendance

Equally Suitable For Tea Or Forma

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i Eligibility Necessary Sororities To Get Tickets
For Dance Assistants For Varsity Night Today
The following sororities, Alpha Del-
All women wshing to assist with ta Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta,
Lcague dancing classes, which will be- Phi Sigma Sigma, Zeta Tau Alpha,
gin soon, must secure elegibility slips, and Alpha Chi Omega are requested to
Grace Wilson, '39, vice-president of get their tickets for Varsity Show
the League announced.x immediately.
Anyone interested may sign her The tickets can be obtained between
name on the League bulletin bo rd. 1 and 2 p.m. tomorrow
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Ciop And Saddle Rides Again ...
Crop and Saddle, the riding club, started out
the fall with a supper ride Tuesday night. The
members rode like madmen over the countryside,
and later settled down for a little food. Betty
Hood was there, Wilma Cope, Sally Lou Weidlein,
Ellen Douglas, Dorothy Smith and Rowena La
Coste.

Assembly, the campus organization for independent women, opened the
year with something new, known as the Independent Fortnight, which
closes today with a large tea. It will be given for all independent women on
campus, but special invitations have been mailed to 400 new women in the
University. Over 600, all told, are expected to attend, and hostesses will bel
there to help the guests have a good time.
The Assembly meeting Tuesday, presided over by Betty Jane Mansfield,
of course, was the first of the year. Ellen Krieghoff was there, lurched down
in a big davenport were Ila Waggoner, Betty Notley, Bettie Howard and
Mary Frances Reek. The Ann Arbor Independents had themselves a social
hour preceding the Assembly meeting, in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League, at which they thrashed out some plans for the coming season.
It seems that there is a tennis tournament in progress, and the first
round must be played off by tomorrow. Those entered are Babe Hobart,
winner of the spring tournament, as well as
. many another around these parts, Alberta
Royal, Margaret Thornhill, Cecily Forrest,
Betty Shaw, Betty Shipman, Mary Wheat,
Barbara Wheat, Anne Paschel and Dorothy
Maul, *ho was ruuner-up in the tourney last
spring.
Freshmen Attend Lecture. ..
The women of '42 attended their first orien-
tation lecture Wednesday afternoon under the
guiding eye of their group advisors.
Freshmen who appeared were Gertrude
Mohlin; Mary Lou Wolter, Margaret Bedford,
Phoebe 'Powers,/ Esther Hakkola, Joanna
Bailey, Betty Kranich and Pat Loughead. Oth-
ers faithfully attending were Barbara Sussrin,
Martha Scott, Louise Keller, Mary Ann Berg, Margaret Dodge,
who has a sister on campus, Patricia Benitz, Nancy Winston,
Lucille Howard and Marianne Halladay.

The closing event of Independent
Fortnight, which will be the Assembly
tea dance for all new women and,.in-
dependents, will be given from 4 to 6
p.m. today in the Ballroom of the
League under the direction of Betty
Jane Mansfield, '39, president of As-
The chunky bolero fur jacket bids
sembly. #
fair to become as popular on cam-
Special invitations have been sent pus as it has already proven to be
to 400 wonmn new to the University, in metropolises all over the world.
but all women ,who are not affiliated The soft gray of this coat acts as a
with a sorority are urged to attend if perfect background for the brightly
colored gloves and purses of today.
interested in Assembly, Marie Mce-_________________ ______________________
Elroy, '39, general chairman of the
affair,hsanorunedy.THPurses And Gloves Will Serve
Senior Society To Help
Plans for the dance include various T Brr auo rM ilady'sWd
measures for acquainting the guestsr o e
with each other and with members
of the Assembly Board. Members of Do you want that "1938 look?" If colors are practically a "must item"
Senior Society will be stationed at oyou wntat"1938nool al a t
the door as receptionists to hand out , you must acquire one of the new campus wear.
name tags to the new students, and handbags which look for all the world Gloves may either match the cos-
to escort them to a tea table. like an adolescent Fuller Brush bag. tume or contrast. Vogue suggest a
Officers of the dormitories, as well Last year's purse, which you slyly plum shade to be worn with the new
as those of the Ann Arbor Indepen- tucked in your pocket when it got in yellow color, which has a lot of green
dents, the League houses, and Assem- your way, will no longer be appropri- jin it. Fuschia colored gloves will add
bly, will also be stationed ttheen ate. a dashing note to any outfit. With
trance. The name tags will be of1
three different colors, each shade For campus wear, dark leather bags gray, bright colored gloves in red,
designating the wearer a member ofI are very serviceable. Buffalo and green or purple may be worn. These
one of the three Assembly groups. calfskin are perennial favorites. If ight shades come in suede, antelope,
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To Place 10 Tables
Around the ballroom will be placed
10 tea tables, with two undergraduate1

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women presiding at each. The two
will represent one of the previously
named Assembly groups. Other meri-
bers of the Assembly Board will act
as hostesses to dance with the wom-
en invited to the tea.
Miss Holland and Norma Curtis,
'39, will pour at the tea table. Women
officiating at the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents table will be Elizabeth
Spooner, '39, Ruth Menefee, '39, Ila
Waggoner, '39 and Mary Frances
Reek, 40.
Those at the dormitory table will be
Miss Holland, Marjorie Tate, '39,
Frances Burgess, '39A, Virginia Zais-
er, '39Ed, Adienne Rauchwerger, '41,.
Mary Mootz, 41, Dean Bell King, '39,
Roslyn Sellman, '39 and Leonore
Johnsoi, 39.
B. J. Mansfield To Assist
Miss Mansfield and Ruth Hart-
man, '39, Betty Meyers, '39 and Doris
Yoder, 38, will also assist.
Passing out name tags at a table
just outside the Ballroom door will be
Lorraine Lievrouw, '40, Jeanne Jud-
son, '40, Betty Judson, 40, Edith
Greene, Grad., Virginia Duran, '40,
Molly Allinson, Spec Ed and Florence
Michlinski, '39.
Members of Assembly are request-
ed by Miss Mansfield to report to the
Undergraduate Offices sometime to-
day to receive instructions.

you have a flexible budget, you might
invest in a jaunty plaid pouch to
match your skirts.
Suede and antelope are still set-
ting the pace in dressy purses. "Crush-
able" and "soft" are the adjectives
for them. Some of the latest bags
harbor zippers in their interiors as
well as on their outsides. Large, soft
buttons or gold rings at the base of
the handles are typical notes in this
year's crop.
With your purses you will want sev-
eral pairs of gloves to match the basic
note in your costume. The gauntlet
style, coming to three or four inches
above your wrist, is as popular this
year as it was last year.
There are even more novelties in
gloves than there are in handbags.'
One model has a row of buttons strut-
ting bravely down the front. However,!
soft angora gloves in the giddiest of

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the audience at the VARSITY

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