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NDAY, OCT. 30, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Annual Panhellenic Banquet

Will Be Held Tomorrow Nigi

Interfraternity
Spirit Will Be.
Topic Of Talk
Mrs. George W. Lindsay
Will Be Speaker; Anne
Kingston Is Chairman
Mrs. George W. Lindsay, who will
speak at the annual Panhellenic
Banquet which is being held in the
League tomorrow, will discuss inter-
fraternity cooperation, Anne Kings-
ton, '40, chairman of the banquet,
announced yesterday.
Head of the Committee on Inter-
fraternity Cooperation for National
Panhellenic Congress, Mrs. Lindsay
is also a former national president
of Alpha Phi and has attended the
Congress since 1930 either as dele-
gate or alternate delegate. At the
present time she is active as a mem-
ber of the Public Relations staff of
the Goucher College Alumnae De-
partment.'
Dean Alice Lloyd will present the
award from the Dean's Office, and
Mr. Ira Smith, Registrar, will make
tle annual presentation of the
Scholarship Cup. Miss Kingston will
act as toastmaster, and the singing
will be led by Barbara Telling, '40.
The banquet is being held at 6 p.m.
tomorrow in the ballroom of the
Michigan League. An,attendance of
800 is expected, Betty Rouse, '40,+
chairman of ticket committee, stat-
ed.
Mortar Board
To Give Books
To Donate Marital Texts I
To LibraryOf League

Name Speaker Will Hold Archery
For Assembly Match Tomorrow
The University women's archery
Banquet Nov. 7 club will hold their first intercollegi-
ate match when they shoot against
Prof. Bennett Weaver Is Michigan State Normal College at;
14:30 p.m. tomorrow at Palmer Field,C
To Speak For Dinner Irene Sabo, '39Ed, manager of the
In Ballroom Of League l club, announced yesterday.
A Columbia round will be shot
Prof. Bennett Weaver, of the Eng- eight players being used on each side.
lish department, will be the main In addition to Miss Sabo, the Univer-
speaker at the Assembly Banquet to sity team will include Pattie Main,
be held Monday, Nov. 7, in the League '41, Helen Pielemeier, '41, Viola Ru-
ballroom, Mary Honecker, '40, gen- gis, '39Ed, and Margaret Van Ess,
eral chairman, announced yesterday. '40. After the shoot the teams will
Others on the program will be attend the W.A.A. tea in the Wom-
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, 'lresident en's Athletic Building.
of the organization who will tak--~

Invite Students
To Initial Tea

First Of
Is To

fRuthven Series
Be Wednesday

The first Ruthven Tea of the year
will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home .,f President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Barbara
Heath, '39, chairman of the League
social comittee, announced yesterday.
Special guests invited for the oc-
casion will be members of Jordan
Hall, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority,
Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma and Phi
Beta Delta fraternities. Mr. and
Mrs. Wilber R. Humphreys, Dr. and
Mrs. Carl E. Guthe, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Koella, Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Dumond and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris P. Tilley are faculty members
invited to attend the affair.
The list of undergraduate women
who will assist at the tea will be
published in Wednesday's Daily. All
members of the social committee are
requested to attend, and to be at the
President's home at 3:45 p.m. Wed-
nesday to receive instructions.

W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
Archery: Match with Michigan,
State Normal College at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow and with the men's
archery club at 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Palmer Field.
Dance: Meetings of dance club
at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday and at
4:15 p.m. Thursday at Barbour
Gymnasium.
Riding: Crop and Saddle supper
ride at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Tennis: Finals of mixed doubles
tournament at 3 p.m. today at
Palmer Field.
Volleyball: Zone I vs. Zones III
and VI at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow;
Zone V vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi and
Jordan Hall vs. Zone IV at 5:10
p.m. tomorrow; Alpha Omicron Pi
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma and
Betsy Barbour vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday; Zone
II vs. Collegiate Sorosis at 5:10
p.m. Tuesday; Pi Beta Phi vs. Al-
umnae House and Alpha Gamma
Delta vs. Alpha Chi Omega at
4:30 p.m. Wednesday; Ann Arbor
Independents vs. Alpha Delta Pi
and Gamma Phi Beta vs. Adelia
Cheever at 5:10 p.m. Wednesday;
Martha Cook vs. Delta Delta Del-
ta and Alpha Phi vs. Kappa Delta

Aluinae Announce
Prize For Contes
Six Wedgewood plates with th
Michigan seal will be offered to th
winner of the Name-the-Cook-Boc
contest which the Michigan Alumna
are sponsoring, Mrs. R. P. Brigg
publicity chairman, announced yep
terday.
The contest will close Monda
Cards may be dropped at the Mich
gan League, Michigan Union, Ar
gell Hall, and at various stores, c
may be mailed to the Alumnae Cor
test Chairman at 1536 Packard Av
The funds securea from this ai
previous contests and from other A
umnae chapters will be used for th
building of a cooperative dormitor
for 20 girls
Fall Initiation Ceremony
Held By Newman Clii
More than 150 new menbers we:
initiated into the Newman Club Fr
day night at its fall initiation cerf
many.
The Rev. Fr. Thomas Carey gaA
a short address following the cer(
mony and afterwards a dance ft
both old and new members was hel

ANNE KINGSTON, '40
Assembly Banquet
Theme Is Found
In Aesop's Fables
The central comittee planning the
fifth annual Assembly Banquet for
Monday, Nov. 7, has resorted to
Aesop's fables for their theme, the
women in charge have proudly re-
vealed.
The yearly feed for the indepen-
dent women on campus is to be cen-
tered around the "Grasshopper And
The Ant" motif, but just what the
whole thing stands for, no one will
yet divulge.
The fable of course is about Joe
Blow Grasshopper who spends the
summer playing his flute, or what-
ever it is that grasshoppers are in
the habit of playing, and, come the
winter, finds himself without enough
Scotch, to last the .season, and with-
out 'a cigarette to his name. Appeal"
ing to the vibrant little ants for help,
he finds himself given the bird, and

on "The Meaning of Assembly." Jean
Holland, '39, president of the League,
will give the scholastic award to the
freshmen, sophomore and junior{
I women who earned the highest
grades last year.
It is most important that these
women be present at the banquet,
Miss Honecker said, for in the case
of their absence, the award will be
given to the student next highest on

the list. Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean'
of women, will present the award to
the independent house on campus
having the highest scholastic aver-
age during last year.
Mr. Ira M. Smith, University regis-
trar, will speak on the topic, "Sta-
tistics of Scholastic Averages." Miss
Honecker will act as toastmaster,
and Anne Schaeffer, 40SM, will lead
the singing.

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You'll Be

It's new and exeiting

A Swiss Miss
That Won't Be Missed

to he

in the Crowd

Picursue

A collection of 15 books in con- a bit of dry -advice as to where and
nection with the course on marriage how he can spend, the winter.
relations being instituted this year,
will be given to the League library by
Mortar Board, Jenny Petersen, '39, Tennis *or'namint
President, announced yesterday. More
books, as recommended by the lec- Finals To Be Today
turers, will be added later, she said.__
The books, all authorized by the The finals in the all-campus ten'
committee sponsoring the six lectures, nis tournament are scheduled to be
may be read in the library at any iplayed at 3 p.m. today on Palmer
time. The collection will be presented Field. Charlotte Brown, Grad, and
as the main project of the senior Ed Morris, '39, will meet Beth Mihle-
women's honorary society this year. thaler, '39Ed, and Reardon Piersol
Books by E. R. Groves are "Mar- in this tilt.
riage," "Preparation For Marriage," In the biggest upset of the tourney,
and "Sex and Marriage." "The Mar- jMiss Brown and Morris downed Dor-
ried Woman"r is by E. R. and Ross othy Maul, '39, and Chris Mack last
Groves. "The Sexual Factor in Mar- Tuesday afternoon to the tune of
riage," by Helena Wright, "Love in 1-6, 6-4, 6-2. Miss Mihlethaler and
a Machine Age," by Floyd Dell, and Peirsol defeated Mary Christiansen,
Lewis Ternan's "Psychological Factors and Robert Manley,. '39, 5-7, 6-2,
in Marital Happiness" will also be in- i,6-4, to enter the finals.
eluded. The women's singles have pro-
The remaining 'eight books are J. gressed as far ps semi-finals in all
K. Folsom's "Plan for Marriage," J. but one bracket with Merida Hobart,
F. B. Morgan's "Keeping a Sound SpecEd, listed to play Miss Mihle-
Mind," John MacMurray's "Reason thaler and Miss Maul to play the
and Emotion," "Marriage and Sexual winner of a match between Toby
Harmony" by Oliver Butterfield, "The Davis, '40, and Margaret Cotton, '42.

Eye-taking, heart-melting, is the freshness of
this outfit that shows the important new in-
fluence in peasant fashions coming from Swit-
zerland.
Felt flowers trail up the suspenders, encircle
the waist of the two-piece jersey dress. They
border the naive velvet bonnet . . . and grow
primly over the matching scorselette belt.

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Dress in olive green, black
Bonnet and belt in black
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COLLEGE SHOPS

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ON THE CAMPUS

Fate of the Family in the Modern
World," by A. E. Holt, "Emotional
Adjustment in Marriage," by LeMon
Clark, "Prediction of Success or Fail-
ure in Marriage," by Ernest Bur-
gess and Winifred Richmond's "Intro-
duction to Sex Education."
Faculty Wives
Will Hold Tea
Mrs. E. H. Gault To Head
Wednesday Reception
The Faculty Women of Ann Arbor
are holdin a reception from 3 to 6
p.m. Wednesday, giving all the new
members an opportunity to sign up
under the various groups which they
will attend during the year.
The hospitality committee, headed
by Mrs. Edgar H. Gault, is making all
the arrangements. Mrs. Gault will
be assisted by Mrs. Edson R. Sunder-
land, Mrs. Ralph Hammett, and
Mrs. Arthur L. Dunham. Mrs. Al-
fred 0. Lee, in charge of refresh-
ments, will be assisted by Mrs.
Theophile Hildebrandt.
Those women who are to receive
will be Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
Mrs. Ralph W.. Aigler, Mrs. Junius
E. Beal, Mrs. Esther M. Cram, Mrs.
James Booth, Mrs. Shirley Smith,
Mrs. Clarence S. Yoakum, anda Mrs.
E. Blythe Stason. The women as-
sisting at the end of the receiving
line will be Mrs. Everett Brown, Mrs.
Earl Wolaver, Mrs. Clarence D.
Thorpe, Mrs. Paul Leidy, Mrs. Steven
Atwood, and Mrs. Roger Morrison.

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It's the Sparkle Season!

gay lights

. . .gay nights

and a double dash of laughter.
COLLINS presents these festive formals to match
the season, including Ellen Kayes and Louise Mulli-

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and wisely

frivolous.

Planned for:

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Nov. 4- INTERFRATERNITY BALL
Nov. 18- ENGINE ERS' BALL
Nov. 25- PAN-HELLEN IC BALL

Dec. 9-SOPH

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You'll look as if you'd stepped out of a romantic story
book in your hoop skirted, strapless gown! Velvets,
moirestaffeta arnd satins!( $10.95 to $(45Evain ' rnn

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