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October 23, 1938 - Image 5

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Mary Honecker,

'40, To Be Chairman Of Assembly anqu


yesterday. Ticket sales starter
Bands Feature Thursday, and willcontinue every dad
from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Union Travel
desk. Ticket sale will be limited to
t Gil S~ngrS 800.
Robert A. Reid, '39, presideiit of
Over Half Of Tickets Sold the Interfraternity Council, and Rob-
For Interfraternity Ball ert Canning, '39, secretary, are co-
chairmen of the dance. Benjamin
Jack Denny and Orrin Tucker, who Jones, '40, and Robert Golden, '40, are
will play for the annual Interfrater- in charge of decorations. Favors and
nity Ball, to be held. Friday, Nov. 4,'programs will be supervised by Wil-
in the Intramural Building, will each Liam Banvinger, '40. David Haughey,
h1ave three feminine vocalists.
'40, and John Hoppin, '40, are co-
The Three Lorraine Sisters, who'chairmen in charge of the building.
sing with Jack Denny's orchestra, are Hugh Estes, '40. and Thomas Mark-

three blond girls who have been sing-
ing with prominent orchestras for
several years. Bonnie Baker and the
Bailey Sisters give variety to Orrin
Tucker's music. Tucker's baritone
voice contrasts effectively with their
vocal arrangements.
More than half the tickets have al-
ready been sold, John Goodell, '40,
and Wilber Davidson, '40, announced

ham, '40, will head the patrons com-
mittee. Thomas Adams, Jr., '40, is
in charge of publicity.
Orin Tucker's band first -gained
prominence at the Spanish Gardens
in Chicago during the World's Fair
there three years ago. The Mount
Royale Hotel in Montreal, Canada, is
where Jack Denny and his band first
rose to popular recognition. They
have since played at the French Ca-
sino and the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
in New York City.

Announces Chairman Other Central
Posts Named;
Nov. 7 Is Date
Elizabeth Notley Will Hold
Assistant Chairmanship;
Group Meets Tomorrow
Announcement of central commit-
teemen for Assembly's annual ban-
.t.-quet was made last night by Betty
Jane Mansfield, '39, President of As-
Mary Honecker, '40, is general
chairman of the banquet, which will
be held Nov. 7, in the ballroom of
the Michigan League. Other members
of the central committee are: Eliza-
beth Notley, '39, asisstant chairman;
Ellen Redner, '40, ticket chairman;
DOROTHY SHIPMANGrace Helen Barton, '41, decorations
Dchairman; Phyllis MeGeachey, '40,
program chairman; Frances Small,
'40, patrons chairman; and Barbara
] l TIGrill, '41, chairman of publicity.
I Miss Mansfield said that, due to
Comnntteeinan the interest which has been shown
during the year in Assembly, it is
ud probable that this year's banquet
Is A l no ii ne e will be the largest ever held, even
surpassing last year's when a record
attendance of 500 was made.
Jean Var Raalte Replaces .The first meeting of the committee
The Former Chairman will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
Undergraduate Office of the League.
On Central Committee The announcement of committeemen
will be made later in the week, Miss

Morgan Mary McClure, Louann Feldman, Betty Farrel, Beulah Fenske, Laborit
Perry, Mary A. Rodger, Jean Ruther- Enora Ferriss, Judy Finlayson, Ruth Lammii
corm, Marjorie Lee Stock, Harriet Fitzpatrick, Edith Flack, Marion Leete.
Thom, Margaret VanEss, Madelaine Fleming, Barbara Fisher, Marian Ge- Betty I
Westendorf, Margaret Wilson, Beth toor, Agatha Glick, Dorothy Ann Goe- Margan
bel, Roberta Gnerich, Ada Goldman' France<
O'Roke.chairman GroupII;eth, Barbara Grill, Helen Goldberg, Eliza- M
Anne Morgan, Margaret Mcfleth, Dor- beth Gross, Maya Gruzhit, Barbara Matthe
othy Neberle, Jean Pheneger, Carolyn Guest, Joan, Harris, Eleanor June Matthe
Priehs, Marian Schaefer, Harriet Harris, Frances Herdrick, Marjorie Kather
Sharkey, Zenovia Skoratko, Betty Sut- Hari, Frances Hesy Hoe virgini
IHigh,! Frances Hubbs, Mary Honeeker, IDit
ton, Martha Tillman, Alice Ward, Marilyn Jennings, Ruth Jacobson.Helen
Ann Wills, Ruth Hartmann. Ruth Jaros Jedel, Margaret Johnson, Le- Pollock
Jacobson, chairman of Group III; nore Johnson, Marybeth Jones, Fran-Polc
Helen Bohnsack, Phyllis Cannon, Bet- ces Kahrs, Pauline Kalb, Edna Kan- Rsees
ty Clark, Zelda Davis, Mary E. East- delin, Norma Kaphan, Dorothy Keene, Rogers
erly, Betty Farrell, Roslyn Felman, 'Betty Kepler, Anne Kleiner, Jeane Ruth S
Jane Griswold, Betty Gross, Margaret Belle King, Lucy Ann Kirkpatrick, Esther
Johnson, Pauline Kalb, Jean Belle Jane Krause, Ellen Krieghoff, Cala
King, Anne Kleiner, Roberta Leete,
Ellen Redner, chairman of Group IV;
Bunty Bain, Helen Roberta Brown,
Betty Ann Bricker, Janet Clark, Ruth
Davis, Shirley Ellis, Edith A Flack,
Marion Fleming, Clara Louise Fulde,
Marian Harris, Mary Honecker, Char-
lotte Houk, Frances Hubbs.
Theatre Arts Committee: Roberta I
Chissus, chairman; Tony Aalbersberg,
Laura Adasko, Edith Alcorn, Mary
Allinson, Mary Allen, Jane Anderson,
Bunty Bain, Elizabeth Baxter, Con-
stance Berry, Betty Bohn, Betty Ann ",' ' r
Bricker, Mary Burleson, Ella Mae
Burton, Elaine Clark, Janet Clark, #
Cathleen Cliffor, Margaret Cobb, Peg
Cornelius, Mary Culbertson, Ellen (P.S. H.P
Cuthbert, Marioi Conde, Mary Helen '
Davis, Zelda Davis, Catherine Devine, tion of Bc
Harriette DeWeese, Mabel Douglas.
Martha Jane Drew, Gwen Dunlap, 1 613 E. WNilic
Virginia Durand, Rhea Jane Easton,
Shirley Ellis, Jane Elspass, Eleanor

Next to her mother
a co-ed's best friend'
is a smart
date d'ess
So imagine
her delight
when she espies
our new "Margie Joy".
and other modes .. .
with detachable
apron fronts,
striking color contrasts
and sparkling trims.,
wonderfully practical.
yet pretty enough
for important dates . . 1
all very exciting
and part
of our campaign
to bring
bigger and better romance
into the life
of a Michigan co-ed. 1
Date dresses,
$7.95 to $39.95
J (Q 41



Cleansing Cream

Jean Van Raalte, '40, has been
appointed make-up chairman for the
1939 Junior Girls Play, Dorothy Ship-I
man, '40, geieral chairman, an-
nounced yesterday. Miss Van Raalte
replaces Joanne Westerman, who has
transfered to Ohio State University.
A member of Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, Miss Van Raalte is head of the

Mansfield stated. Those who peti-
tioned for specific committees will
automatically be made members of
those committees, except in the cases
where more than one committee was
petitioned for.
League Posts
Are Awarded




Elizabeth Arden has devel-
oped a new cleansing
cream for those who prefer
the "cold cream" type. She
has named it Fluffy Cleans-
ing Cream because it has
the consistency of light
whipped cream. For those
who prefer the liquefying
type, there is her Ardena
Cleansing Cream, known to
women the world over for.
Fluffy Cleansing Cream, $1 to $6
Ardena Cleansing Cream, $1 to $6
Ardena Skin Tonic . . . $1 to $15
Ardena Velva Cream . . $1 to $6
Ardena Orange Skin
Cream .......... .$to $8
c~e carry
At the head of North University
320 State

make-up sub-committee of the The-
atre Arts committee of the League.
She also worked on the decoration Committee Assignments
committee for the 1935 Sophomore Are Published By Heads
No Script Deadline Lists of members of League com-
No dead-line has been set for mittees, compiled by the committee
scripts for Junior Girls Play. How- chairmen, were announced yesterday.
ever, script writers are urged to turn Following are the lists as submitted
in their, work as soon as possible to by Janet Fullenwider, '39:
Miss Shipman at the League. Whole Candy"Booth Committee: Madeline
scripts or summaries of plots m/ay be Krieghoff, chairman; Tony Aalbers-
submitted, Miss Shipman announced. berg, Margery Allison, Eileen Boors-
All who plan to work on J.G.P. ma, Connie Bryant, Leigh Burleson,
committees must present their eligi- Phyllis Cannon, Zelda Davis, Janet
bility cards, signed by Pattie Haislip, Dickinson, Jane Elspass, Marian
'40, to their committee chairman, Fleming, Marian Harris, Doris Har-
Miss Shipman said. Those women ory, Ruth Jacobson, Helen Jean,
who petitioned for committee jobs Pauline Kalb, Ellen Krieghoff, Mary
last year and who are eligible are au- Loughborough, Margery McBeth, Vir-
tomatically members of the commit- ginia Mulholland, Elizabeth Mullin,
tees of their choice. Committee po- Bettie Nichols, Betty Ployd, Marian
sitions may be secured by contacting Price, Mary Rodyn, Ruth Seeckamp,
Miss Haislip, Miss Shipman an- Sue Stevenson, Annette Stroup, Alice
nounced. Ward, Alice Wills, Carry Wismu.
Meeting To Be Held Dance Classes Committee: Grace
Second semester sophomores may Wilson, chairman; Dorothy Nichol,
work on both Sophomore Cabaret and Rowena La Coste, Betty Shaw, Flor-


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J.G.P. this year, but workers on the
1939 J.G.P. will be ineligible for thel
1940 J.G.P. committees.
A mass meeting of junior women'
will be held following the selection of
a script, Miss Shipman said yester-
day. At that time committee en-
rollment will be open for new mem-
The central committee for the 1939
J.G.P. will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday in
the council room of the League, Miss
Shipman announced.

Qnce michninski, Jane Campbell, Eliza-
beth Baxter, Ella Mae Burton, Marian
Mumford, Geraldine Braun, Margaret
Cornelius, Evelyn Eichelberger, Mary
]Frances Reek, Doris Vogel, Hazel Jen-
sen, Barbara Zapp, Lillian Perkins,
Mildred', Yoxal, Janet Dickinson,
Jeannette Stickles, Charlotte Huddle-
ston, Madeline Healy, Merida Hobart,
Betty Notley.
Merit System Committee: Janet
Fullenwider, chairman; F 1 o r e n c e
Brotherton, chairman of Group I;
Betty Mandel, Helen Marsh, Jeanne

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