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T 14E .MIfHIC-AN D AILY

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Committeemen I Colorful Decorations Are Announced

For Assembly
Diner Named
Large Number To Attend
Banquet Monday, Nov.71
In Ballroom Of League
The list of women on the various
committees planning Assembly Ban-
quet, to be held Monday, Nov. 7 int
the ballroom of the League, were an-
nounced yesterday by Mary Honeck-
er, '40, general chairman.y
Those working on the ticket com-t
mittee under the direction of Ellenf
Redner, '40, chairman, are Judith<
Frank, 40, Mildred Williams, '41, Bet-t
ty Mae Clement, '41, Lenore M.
Johnson; '39, Roslyn Fellman, '40, Al-
berta Royal, '40, Bessie Jane Root, '41,
Marjorie Lee Stock, '40, Rosemaryc
Lehman, '41, Estelle Poposki, '39, andt
Ellen Krieghoff, '40.1
Ticket Committeet
Others on the committee are Sally
Manthei,' '40, Zenovia Skoratko, '40,
Marjorie Kern, '41, Jane E. Camp-
bell,.'39, Mary Frances Ferguson, '40,
Rhoda Foxman,.'39, Sylvia Goldstein,t
'39, Barbara Taft, '41, Fifi Angleson,
'41, Mary Ann McCoy, '41, Shirley
Brawerman, 140E, Ethel F. Mikulich,
40, Mary Frnces Reek, '40. s
The publicity committee, headed by
Barbara Grill, '41, is composed of
Elaine Reed, '41, Martha Essig, '41,
Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40, Jean Ten-
ofsky, '41,Y Martha Jane Drew, '41,
Jane Sapp, '41, Dorothy Cowan, '41A,
Betty Hall, '41, Marie Camp, '41, El-
aine Wood, '41, Mildred' Ann Ward,
'41, Alice Butler, '41, Maya Gruhzit,
'41, Clara Lenfestey, '41, Suzanne Pot-
ter, '40 and Mari Eichelberger, '39.

For Sixth InterfraternityBallNov. 4'

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Nile green, silver and wine red will
be the color scheme for decorations
at the sixth annual Interfraternity
Ball, to be held from 9 to 1 p.m.,
Friday, ,Nov. 4, in the Intramural
Building, Robert Goldman, '40 and
Benjs(min Jones, '40, chairmen of
decorations, have announced.
The sidewalls will be covered with
an eggshell curtain. Near the ceiling
will be a pleated silver metallic val-
-ance. At intervals there will be a panel
of silver satin with red velours drap-
eries on either side. At the base of
each of the panels will be a semi-
circular base of silver board with a
boxwood hedge. Floodlights will illum-
inate each of the silver panels.
Bands To Form 'V'
A curtain will,,, cut off the section'
of the floor not used for dancing. In
the center of this curtain will be'
placed the orchestra platform. The
two bands, Jack Denny and Orrin
Tucker, will be in a "V" formation,
facing the audience and each other.
Directly behind the platform will hang
a silver metallic curtain lighted from
the floor. On either side of the curtain
there will be red velours draperies.
A panel of the same material in the
center will have a large IFC emblem.
Fraternity letters will be placed at
intervals along the sidewalls. Chairs
'will be lined along the wall, and
fraternity members, it is planned, will
gather between dances under their
emblems.
Nile green valances will be draped
from each of the ceiling girders, in
rows across the ceiling.
Remaining tickets for the dance are

Lawyers Club Party For Botany
To Hold Dance
Botany majors and graduate stu-
_________dents in the department of botany
Bill Sawyer Band To Play held a Hallowe'en Party at Pleasant'
F Lake Club recently to welcome new;
ForAFstudents into the group.
All guests came dressed in a cos-
The Lawyers Club will hold its an- tume to represent the name of some Thee
nual informal dance from 9 p.m. to book. Prizes were offered in the ville Sir
midnight tomorrow in the lounge of guessing contest which followed. Day, '38
the Law Club, John McCarthy, '39L, Starting with popcorn, apples and Miss Sir
chairman of the dance committee games, the party continued with a Robert
burlesque "Oh Hamlet! Hamlet, home.
announced yesterday. Where Have You Been," in which The a
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra have faculty and students took part. Dr. group
been contracted to play for the dance, Elzada U. Clover, chairman of the friends.
and they will introduce a new vocalist, Botanical Journal Club, directed pro- clair wa
Virginia Lee. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. duction. More refreshments were Theta, t
Campbell of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. served before the group disbanded. Mr. E
John Perkins and Miss Inez Bazart, Kalams
director of the club, will act as chap-i , riage of
erones. eaoulC Women
Those committeemen who will assist ceremor
McCarthy with the arrangements for mont, I
the dance are David Canman, '39L, A ncosts Miss
William Jetter, '39L, Jack Pedigo, . tern S
'39L, William Studley, '39L, and ClarkGMr.:Be(
Schell, '39L. Central Committee Group F. G. I
Edward Walworth, '40L. Thomas Appointments Revealed for the
Diver, '40L, Edward Boyle, '40L, and dent of
William Anderson, '40L, are also Under the leadership of Mrs. Ralph Club
members of the dance committee. W. Aigler, president of the Faculty
! -Women of Ann Arbor, the remaining a

Nile green, silver and wine red will be the color scheme for the Inter-
fraternity Ball in the Intramural Building the interior of which is shown
above. The side walls will be covered with egg-shell curtain and near the
ceiling will be a pleated silver metallic valance. At intervals there will be
i echi hwill bp illiumina te-d by afl 0 hts

a paJel of silver satin wn ca wi ue a
on sale from 3 to 6 p.m. daily at the
Union Travel desk, Thomas Adams,
Jr., '40, announced. The sale is limited
to 800.
Patrons and patronesses for the
dance will be announced tomorrow.
Guests of the chairmen will be an-
nounced later.
Robert A. Reid, '39, president of the
Interfraternity Council, and Robert
Canning, '39, secretary, are co-chair-
men of the dance. John Goodell, '40,

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Patrons And Programs
FhFrances Small, '40, chairman ofA Dance'
committee Janet Sibley, 41', Elizabeth :-
Gross, '40, Jean Bell King, '39, Bar-,
bara Johnson, '40, Ruth Seekamp, 19, Two Hallowe'en Parties,I
Beverly Jenness, 40,' Kathrine Floyd,' Five Pledge Formals,
and Myra Short, '39.
The group in charge of programs Informals To Be Given
includes, besides, Phyllis McGeachy,
'40, chairman, Betty Anne Bricker, Homecoming annually spells wide-a
'40, Lucile Heustis, '41, Margaret Van spread merrymaking for students andt
Ess, '41, Margaret J. Cobb, '41, Anne returning graduates. This weekendZ
Schaeffei, '40, and Patricia Mathews, promises to outdo any of those in the1
'40. past. More than fifty dances and
)Those who will work on the decora- parties have been planned for todayI
tions committee will be Grace Helen and tomorrow. Pledge formals, in-(
Barton, '41, chairman, Mary Eliza- formal dances and halloween partiesI
beth Mikulich, '41, Betty Hughes, are planned for today.f
'40A, Lucy Ann Kirkpatrick, '40A, A halloween party will be heldT
Alice Saville, '40, Mary Morton, '40, from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Adelia1
Dorothy Luthi, '40A, Rhoda Margaret Cheever Residence Hall. Dr. Edwin
Wilson, '39, Bette Billingham, '40, Goddard, Dr. Harlan Bloomer, Miss
Frances Nevin, '41, Molly Allison, '41, Mary Jane Manchester, Mrs. Hollyl
Janet Clark, '40, Betty Stout, '41, Vir- Dobbins, house director and Misst
ginia Durand, '40, Dorothy Cowan, '40, Eleanore Aldworth, assistant houset
Vitana Scotti, '39, Jeanne Judson, director, will chaperon.
'40, Betty Roberts, '40, June Madison, . To Have Radio Dance
'40. Alpha Gamma Delta sorority will
Ticket Sales Friday have an informal radio dance from
Tickets for the affair will go on 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today. Chaperons for
sale Friday, Miss Honecker said, with the dance will be Prof. and Mrs. Ben-
a special rebate given to dormitory nett Weaver and Prof and Mrs L. L.
women, although the exact amount Laing.
has not yet been decided. The com- Delta Kappa Epsilon is having a
Inittee will contact all dormitories pledge formal from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
and League Houses, while the presi- today. George Cromwell and his or-
dent of the Ann Arbor Independents chestra will play for the dance. The
will take care of that group. chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. F. G..
The attendance is expected to sur- Meyn and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Trick.
pass last year's record of 500, Betty-' The Phi Beta Delta pledge formal
Jane Mansfield, '39, president of As. will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
sembly said recently. today at the chapter house. Mr. and,
Mrs. Hal Gunsberg, of Detroit, andj
Dr and Mrs. Lewin, also of Detroit,I
will chaperon. A pledge formal will be
M onth-End held from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at
Moni- nuthe Phi Delta Theta house.. Music will1
be furnished by Bill Gail and his or-I
S JP E I A Lbchestra. The chaperons will be Mrs..
Helen Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Love.

IParties Tonight
will be Prof. and Mrs. Charles N.
Staubach and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
real.
Sigma Phi fraternity will hold a
formal pledge dance from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. today. Ray Carry and his orches-
tra will play for the dancers. Dr. and
Mrs. F. B Vedder and Mr and Mrs.
Frank Devine will chaperon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bilbert Chavenelle and
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Lambertson will
chaperon the Theta Chi informal
homecoming dance which will be held
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. today. Larry
Morse and his Dance Barons will
play.
Will Hold Pledge Formal
Theta Delta Chi will hold their
pledge formal from 9 p.n. to 1 a.m.
today. Patrons and patronesses for
the dance will be Dr. and Mrs. E. F.
Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith.
An informal dance will be given bya
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and Wilber Davidson, '40, are in
charge of tickets. Favors and pro-
grams will be supervised by William
Bavinger, '40. David Haughey, '40,i
and John Hoppin, '40, are co-chair-'
men in charge of the building. Hugh
Estes, '40, and Thomas Markham, '40,
will head the patrons committee.!
Newman Club To Hold
Initiation, Dance Today
The Newman Club will hold its fall
initiation from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. to-
day in the auditorium of St. Mary's
Student Chapel. A dance for members
will follow the initiation.
Camill D'Amico, Grad., is in charge
of the initiation. He is being assisted
by Edward J. Egle, Jr., '39E, chairman
of the membership committee and
Jane B. Borodycz, '40SN, Max Schoetz
'39BAd., Genevieve Spurgeon, '41,1
Richard O'Hara, '41, and Robert
SWayne, '39.
Bill Boyd and his orchestra will play
for the dance which will follow the
initiation. All old members are urged
to attend the initiation and dance.
There will be no admission charge for
the dance.
Trigon fraternity from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaw and
Mr. and Mrs George Lawton will be'
the chaperons.1
The Westminister Guild of the Pres-
byterian Church is giving a Hallowe'en
party at 8 p.m. today in the student
wing of the Presbyterian Church. The
party is being given by the new stu-
dents of the guild. Prof. and Mrs. Ora
Duffendack will chaperon the party.

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The following women have been'
Ann Arbor Independents appointed as section leaders: Mrs.
Franklin L. Everett, Monday Even-
To Discuss Faculty Tea ing Dramatics; ,Mrs. Paul y. Geiger,
The Ann Arbor Independents will Play Reading; Mrs. Ernest F. Barker I
TheAnnArbr Idepndets illWorkshop and Stage; Mrs. Alfred H.I
hold a social meeting and discuss Stockard, Music; Mrs. William L.
plans for their Sunday faculty tea at Ayres, Garden; Mrs. John C. Brier,
4:30 today at the League, Ellen Cuth- The Bibliophiles; Mrs. Justin W.
bert, '39, head of publicity announced. Leonard, Newcomers; Mrs. Hemp-
stead S. Bull, Painting; Mrs. James 1
The tea will be given in honor of M. Plumer, Art.
members of the faculty fromr' 3 to 5 However there are several subdivi-
p.m. in the Grand Rapids room of sions of the art sections. Mrs.
the League and members of the or- Charles B. Goody is the chairman of
ganization will be hostesses.. The tea the section which is making a casual
is held to foster student faculty rela- survey of American art. Mrs. M. W.
tionships, Miss Cuthbert stated.Sentius is chairman of the home-
iOfficers of the group who will be maker's group, a group which is in-
Offsenticute grou whor willse teiested in all practical phases of the
present include Mary Frances Reek,hoe Mr.lu risaoincrg
'40, president, Ila Waggoner, '40, Eliz-home.,Mrs. Plumr is alsoicharge
abeth Wurster, '40, and Daisy Bihary, of the Italian Renaissance art.
'40 vice presidents, secretary, Betty
Hall '41, treasurer, and Elaine Wood, State groups Will Attend
'41. tMe ig
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Social Meeting
Will Be Held

officers and the chairmanships of the
various groups have been announced.
The officers are as follows: Mrs. 0.
S. 'Duffendach, vice-president; Mrs.
Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary; and Mrs.
Albert E. White, treasurer.

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'39, in charge of programs, Merida
Hobart, Spec. Ed., social committee
head, and Betty Notley, '39, head of
merit system. The membership com-
mittee is headed by Frances Herdrick
'41 and Helen Corman '41, is in,
charge of W.A.A. affairs.
The organization will again sell
gardenias Saturday at the League,.
Miss Cuthbert announced, due to the
success of Gardenia Night held last:
week. I

Representatives of 20 or 30 of the
organized groups throughout various
states are expected to attend the
meeting of the Alumnae Council at
9:30 a.m. Saturday, Mrs. Lucile B.
Conger, secretary of the Council, an-
nounced yesterday. Plans for the
activities of the group for the sea-
son will 'be discussed.
The Board of Directors of Alumnae
Council will meet at 3:30 today in
the League, Mrs. Conger said.

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Celebrate!Anniversary
In honor of the twenty-fifth anni-
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the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and in
celebration of homecoming, an infor-
mal radio dance will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m., at the chapter house.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwied of Roches-
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