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October 14, 1938 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Anne Kingston Is Elected Chairman Of Panhellenic B'

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400 Students
AIttend DancP

Hillel To Sponsor
Tea Dance Today

Hillel Foundation is holding a tea
Dan Bone Is Awarded dance mixer at 4 p.m. today In the
Union ballroom. Charlie Zwick will
Prize At Tea Dance furnish the music.
More than 400 undergraduate men Dorothy Arnold, '39, is student
and women attended the jointly hairman of the dance and Phyllis
sponsored tea dance given by Assem- Meinick, '39, is assistant chairman.
bly and Congress from 4 to 6 p.m.)thers on the committee include
yesterday in the Ballroom of the Norma Ginsber, '41, Millie Epstein,
League. '40, Shirley Brawermal, '40, Myrtle
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra Prussin, '40, Phil Rosenblum, '41E,
played for the dancing, which includ- Bob Nabatoff, '39, and Bob Gotts-
ed several mixers and the "Lambeth egen, '39.
Walk." The prize for obtaining the This mixer is on the idea of the
most signatures of dancing partners Assembly-Congress mixer held yes-
was awarded to Dan Bone, '42. Cider terday. Stags are preferred but those
was served in the lobby just outside with dates are cordially invited. There
the Ballroom, and Miss Ethel Mc- will be no admission fee for members
Cormick, social director of the I but non-members will pay a 50 cent
League, chaperoned the affair. fee. There will be specialty dances'
Among the guests were Eileen Boh- and a Paul Jones.
net, '41, Jeannette Drake, '40, Jane Chaperons are Dr. Bernard Heller
Brichan, '40, Lee Gallow, '40, Esther and Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Rabinowitz.
Moore, '39, Betty Evans, '42, and
Betty Bailey, '42. Others included man, '41, and Fred Seyfried, '40E, al-
Georget Rulison, '41, Bill Lapworth, so attended, as did Betty Meyers, '40,
'41, Phil Westbrook, '40 and Betty William Kramer, '41 and Edward Egle,
Backus, '42. f39Eb
Isadore Binder, '40, Peggy Ayres,' Committees from both Assembly
'40, Marie Summers, '40, Lee Schaffer, and Congress planned the dance un-
'40, John Thornhill, '40, Robert Long, der the direction.of Phyllis McGeachy,
'41, Bud Dorrell '39, Rosemary Leh- '40, and Edward Wetters, '39.
'44.
Saddle-masters-For all young
people who want the "tops"
in an all-season shoe--and
what's more-within their
budget.
Beige Calf with Brown Calf
Saddle.
Brown Bucko with Brown
Calf Saddle.
Brown Bucko with Beige
Bucko Saddle.
$5.00
Also ..Brown and White Saddle Oxfords.
Goodyear",

Annual Dinner
For Sororities
Will Be Oct.30'
Scholarship And Activities
Cups Will Be Awarded
To Outstanding Groups
Announcement that Anne Kingston,
'40, a member of Chi Omega, will be
chairman of Panhellenic Banquet was
made at yesterday's meeting of the
Panhellenic Association. The banquet
will be held at 6 p. m. Oct. 30 in the
Ballroom of the League.
Miss Kingston is a member of Al-
pha Lambda Delta, freshman women's
honorary society, and she was chair-
man of decorations for last year's
Panhellenic Ball. She worked on the
ticket and hostess committees of
Sophomore Cabaret, and on Freshmany
Project, and was a sophomore report-
er for the Michigan Daily. Miss King-
ston is now a member of the Social
committee of the League.
To Sponsor Ball
Panhellenic Banquet is one of the
two major activities of Panhellenic
Association, the other being Panhell-
enic Ball. At the Banquet, the activi-
ties and scholarship cups are award-
ed to the sororities who have been
most outstanding in those lines dur-
ing the year.
Other committeemen for the ban-
quet will be announced later, Steph-
anie Parfet, '39, president of Panhell-
enic Association, said yesterday. An-
nouncement of the central commit-
teemen for Sophomore Cabaret has
peen made at the ba'nquet'in former
years, and it is probable that it also
will be made at this year's banquet.
Delegates Announced
Harriet Pomeroy, '39, treasurer of
the Association, was chosen to ac-
company Miss Parfet as delegate to
the Panhellenic District Convention
to .be held Oct. 21 through 23 in
Louisville, Ky.
It was decided at the meeting that
all money for the Varsity Show tick-I
ets must be handed in at 5 p. m. Mon-
day in the undergraduate office of the
League.c
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Bingo And Bridge
To Be Attractions
At League Dances
Bingo, Ping Pong, bridge andt
games of all kinds will be added at-
tractions at the League this year.
The Kalamazoo room, the Hussey
room and the Grand Rapids room willt
be converted to serve as gatheringI
spots for the lulls between dances.
Besides dancing to Charlie Zwick's
orchestra and listening to his vocal-I
ist, Virginia Fowler, Bingo can be
played in the concourse at intervalsE
from 10 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. for a c
penny a card. The cheer-leaders willr
be in charge and will award as prizesi
food tickets redeemable at the League
Grill. During intermission there willF
be a final Bingo game, the winner of
which will receive a free evening ofI
dancing at the League.i
For those wishing to play bridge,
card tables will be set up in the vari-
ous rooms. Playing cards and other
tames can be signed out without
charge at the main desk. Ping Pong
will be played in the game room.
These games are all a part of a
new program to make the League a
club room as well as a place for danc-
ing on week-end nights.z

Fashion

Hails Jackets

Cabaret Posts
To Open Today
To Petitioners
Interviewing Will Begin
Monday For Chairmen
Of Sophomore Project

Fraternity Social Events Tonight
To Include Hayride And Dances
Fraternitoes have scheduled radio Roger Peterson, '40E, Chicago, Ill.
and informal dances, a hayride, and Charles Bowen, '40, Highland Park;
a pledge formal as social events to- William David, '41E, Schenectady,
night, and many of the houses have N.Y.; Bruce Battey, '41E, Rochester,
announced additional pledgings of N.Y.; and John Sobesky, '41E, Detroit.
upper classmen. Sigma Alpha Epsilon announces
Alpha Tau Omega will hold an the pledging of William Armstrong,
informal dance tonight from 9:30 '41 Grosse Pointe: Jack Auxam, '40,

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Petiioning for Sophomore Cabaret
f rpositions starts today, and will close
at noon Monday, announced Sybil
Swartout, '39, president of Judiciary
Council, yesterday.
The ten positions on the executive
committee, General chairman, assist-
ant chairman, and chairmen of the
ticket, finance, dance, music, costume,
hostess decorations, and publicity
committees, will be open and only
.those who get their petitions in on
time will be eligible for interviewing.
Judiciary To Interview
Hours for interviewing will be from
3 to 5 p.m. Monday, 3 to 5 p.m. both
Tuesday and Wednesday, and 3 to
4:30 p.m. Thursday. There will be
absolutely no interviewing Friday.
Miss Swartout stated, and petitioners
are requested to bring their eligibility
slips with them to the interview.
Sophomore Cabaret is traditionally
held early in December, and, like
Fashion magazines announce ex- Freshman Project, is a women's activ-
citedly that the extra jacket is the ity. Last year's Cabaret was finan-
big news of the season, but college cially the most successful ever put
girls have long realized the wonder- on, netting a total of $699. The theme
ful combinations one can achieve was Parisien, in contrast to the
with bright plaid and checked jack- "horse show" theme of the year
ets worn over skirts and tailored before.
dresses. The Cabaret always takes the form
* of a dance, with everyone going stag.
Sophomore women act as hostesses,
Plaid Jackets and dances are usually 10c each. The
lfloor show is the main feature of the
SB i tevenin' " "entertainment.
Fair Accompanies Cabaret
The annual League Fair has always
Clsso00 ff S accompanied the Cabaret though this
may not be true this year. Booths
Ann Arbor's Indian Summer is sponsored by Wyvern, Mortarboard,
presenting its own problems for cam- Theta Sigma Phi, Senior Society, and
pus wear. This fall has seen the full W.A.A. make up the fair, supplement-
popularity of the plaid jacket which ing the Cabaret.
seems to have over-run class rooms. Hostesses for last year's cabaret
They are being featured in all the were typically distinguished by tiny
bright shades and in very unusual French flags worn in their hair. A
combinations. raffle was held and several articles
Many of these jackets are deep of clothing for both men and women
colors with a plaid of a lighter shade were the prizes. Chairman was Jean
but same tone. The backgrounds may Smith, '40.
be either dark or light. These trick
jackets are worn with both the tra- Te A.ts G
ditional skirts and sweaters and with IIeatre A tyGr u
light weightywool dresses of the shirt To Meet At League
waist variety.Tol eeiAtL g e
Football games offer another op-
portunity for the flowering out of Robert Chissus, Chairman of The-
smart additions to fall costumes. Hats atre Arts Committee announces that
too, add perkiness to a costume with there will be a meeting at 4:30 p.m.
high and very absurd feathers stuck today at the League for all persons
straight up the front or, if one is a interested in ushering at Lydia Men-
conservative, at an angle. delssohn productions.
Everything seems to be going bazaar Those people who have signed up
this fall and with high hats and loud for the ushering subcommittee of the
plaids also comes the advent of large Theatre Arts Committee are especially
and unusual purses and belts. A shop urged to =attend. Mr. Kenyon, business
south of the campus is featuring a manager of the theatre, will talk on
belt of little leather circles joined the proper way to usher. Anyone riot
with thongs and U of M burned on present at today's meeting will not
each circle. Braided leather in bright be allowed to usher at any production
colors to match one's skirt set off during the year, Miss Chissus an-
neutral sweaters and accent the new nounced.
narrow waist-line. -_ -
Purses in pig skin to match gloves
add a casual touch for campus wear.
The pouch type hand-bag is always
popular to carry those numerous little SPECIALS for WEEK-END!
items which can't all be crowded into THREE-THREAD RINGLESS
a less roomy one. CREPE HOSE

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An Impressive
Collection of New
1939 Fur Fashions
Is Now on Display
and Ready for
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Undergraduate Sorority
To Sponsor Tea Sunday
Alpha Gamma Sigma, undergradu-
ate girls sorority, will hold a rushing
tea at 4 p.m. Sunday at 'theLeague,
it was announced yesterday by Mar-
garet C. Goodrich, '40.
Freshmen women and other women
who are new on campus, and who
wish to attend the tea, are requested
to leave their names and telephone
numbers at the undergraduate office
at the League, before 6 p.m. today, she
said.

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FRENCH ANGORA
SWEATERS
$2169
JUST RECEIVED!
A New Shipment of ANKLE
SOX in either Wool or String,
all shades.
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Bldg.

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So few people really know
Furs-and there are furs
at all prces-but our cus-
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shop here they can do so in
utmost confidence.
Prices for every purse-
and you are not urged to
buy. So, come in. Shop lei-
surely. Get the pick of the
pelts, see the flattering new
models, and know that every
price is an authentic value.
A small deposit reserves your
selection. No interest or
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