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NOV. 2, 1938


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Mary Minor Will Be General Chairman Of Panhellei

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Annual Formal'
Sorority Dance
To Be Nov. 25
Dance Traditionally Given
Day After Thanksgiving;
Will Be Nov. 25I
Mary Minor, '40, was elected yes-
terday by members of Panhellenic
Association as chairman for the 1938
Panhellenic Ball, to be given Nov. 25
at the Michigan League. Miss Minor
is affiliated with Kappa Alpha
Program chairman for the Junior
Girls Play, Miss Minor is also in
charge of the Ruthven Teas. Other
nominees for the position were Bar-
bara Bassett, '40, Gamma Phi Beta,
and Betty Brooks, '40, Alpha Phi.
Committeemen for the Ball are:
Bunty Bain, '39, Delta Delta Delta,
chairman of decorations; Betty
Brooks, '40, Alpha Phi, chairman of
program and floor; Barbara Bassett,
'40, Gamma Phi Beta, finance chair-
man; Jean Thompson, '40, Alpha Xi
Delta, music chairman; Frances
Kahrs, '40, Alpha Gamma Delta,
chairman of patrons; Margaret
Greenhouse, '39, Alpha Epsilon Phi,
publicity chairman; Margaret Cram,
'39, Kappa Kappa Gamma, recep-
tion chairman.
Panhellenic Ball is traditionally
held the Friday following Thanksgiv-
ing Day. Until this year when a
change in the date of Interfraternity
Ball caused that dance to be second
on the schedule of major parties,
Panhellenic Ball has followed the<
Union Formal as second dance of the"
Announcement of the band which
" gill play will be made later in the
week, Miss Minor stated. Last year
Joe Sanders, "The Old Left-Hander,"
and his band from the Black Hawks
Restaurant in Chicago played.

Tea Dance Will Be
Nov. 9 At League

Names Given j
By Committee
Of Ball Guests]

Interfira ern ity Co-Head

|First In

Se ries

Of Ruthyen Teas
Will Be Today

Tonight To Witness
Republican Rally
Mrs. A. M. Edsil of Ann Arbor an-
nounced the plans yesterday for thej
Republican Dinner and Rally which


A Fraternity-Sorority tea dance -
will be given at 4 to 6 p.m. Wednes- .
day, Nov. 9, at the Michigan League, Interfraternity Ball Tickets'
Ella Stowe, '40, announced yesterday. O Sa
The dance is being conducted un- Op eATo Udpndes
der the auspices of the Social Com- Open Independents
mittee of the League and a com-
:nittee appointed by Bob Reid, '39, Guests of the committeemen for
President of Interfraternity Coun- the sixth annual Interfraternity Ball,
cil. Miss Stowe and James Grace, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
'40, are co-chairmen, day, Nov. 4, in the Intramural Build-
Charlie Zw'ck, who will play for ing, have been announced by Thomas
the dance, will feature fraternity and Adams, Jr., '40, chairman of public-
sorority songs, and a ticket to a ity.
League dance will be given to the I Robert A. Reid, '39E, president of
boy and girl who dance with the most the Interfraternity Council, and
people. , Robert Canning, '39, secretary, who
Miss Stowe stated that stags would are co-chairmen of the ball, will have
Mis Sowesttedtht sag woldas their guests Marietta, Killiam,
be encouraged. Tickets will be 25c ,39 and Mary Mooney, '39, respect-
for men, with admission free for , M yy, , t
Wf~p f 'fPhmI fwill PQro

is to be given at 6:30 p.m. today in
Faculty Women, Students teMsn. epe heRpbi
Are To Pour; Invitations can Women's Club will attend the
Given To Organizations dinner and will be represented by
Miss Isabel Larwill who will speak at,
The first Ruthven Tea of the se- the dmner.
mdThe Rally is at 8 p.m. in the Mason-!
mester will be held from 4 to 6 m. ic Auditorium and is open to the
today in the President's home. All public. The speakers at the Rally will
women assisting at the tea are re- be Bernon J. Brown, State Repre-
quested to report at 3:45 p.m., Mary; sentative from Mason who is the,
Minor, '40, announced yesterday.
Sigma Chi, Phi Beta Delta, Kappa
Sigma, Jordan Hall and Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma are especially invited to
the tea which is given for all stu
dents at the University.
Those who will pour are Mrs.
Fielding Yost, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs.
F. B.. Vedder, Mrs. Harry Phelps, Mrs.
Harry S. Hall, Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Mrs. Harry Mott'and Mrs. Charles A.
The following are asked to see Missj
Minor before 4 p.m. for special in-
structions: Dorothy Primeau, '40;
Elizabeth Allington, '40; Betty
Brooks, '40; Betty Mandel, '41; Bar- I
bara Bassett, '40; Edith Lynch, '41;
Enora Ferriss, '40; Annabel Van
Winkle, '41; Frances Kahrs, '40;
Maya Gruhzit, '41; Jean Donaldson,
'41; Ellen Krieghoff, '40; and Miriam
Szold, '40.

Announce Merit Meeting
Florence Brotherton, '40A, an-
nounced today that those members
of the Merit System Committee of
the League who are in her division
will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday at the
League. Those who are unable to at-
tend should notify her' in advance,
Miss Brotherton said.
candidate for Auditor-General, and
Carl Smith of Bay City, former pro-
bate judge and past State Comman-
der of the American Legion.
Congressman Earl C. Michemer of
Adrian and State Senator George P.
McCallum of Ann Arbor also will

women. eWresnmens wil Ue servea.
Although the dance is being spon-
sored by affiliated groups, it will be
open to the campus.

Date Of Volleyball
Games Announced
The games to be played today and
tomorrow in the women's intramurA
volleyball tournament were an-
nounced by Jane Dunbar, '40, W.A.A.
intramural manager.
Pi Beta Phi will play Alumnae
House and Alpha Gamma Delta will
meet Alpha Chi Omega at 4:30 p.m.
today. At 5:10 p.m. games will be
played between the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents and Alpha Delta Pi and
between Gamma Phi Beta and Alpha


A common-sense experiment in lib-
eral education is being launched to-
night with the first of six lectures
on marriage relations. Careful con-
sideration regarding speaker and sub-
ject has been exercised in preparing
these lectures, making them one of
the most inportant campus innova-
tions in years.
The reception which, the proposed
courses have received is one of the
Dest indications that this generation
is out-growing the Victorian reticence
which has formerly. surrounded these
problems. Delicate or not, they are
some of the most important problems
of a normal life, and universities are
to be commended in recognizing this
Students Face Facts
Another indication that students of
the Michigan campus have decided
to face facts, instead of avoiding is-
sues, was manifested by the sweep-
ing change made by the Men's Coun-
cil in abolishing class officers in every
class but -senior, where they are of
real significance.
Political reactions come and go-a
new wave shakes campus almost
every year. One is apt to become

Other Guests Named
Mary Alice McKenzie, '39, will at-'
tend the dance with William Bavin-
ger, '40, .who is in charge of favors
and programs. John Goodell, '40, co-
chairman of tickets, has asked Jeanr
Hastie, '40, to the ball, and Wilber
Davidson. '40, also in charge of tic-
kets, will have Beverly Bracken,
'41, as his guest.
Peggy Meagher, '42, will attend the
dance with Mr. Adams, publicity
chairman. David Haughey, '40, and
John Hoppin, '40, co-chairmen in
charge of the building, will have as
their 'guests Sally Mustard, '40, and
Lilliam Zimmerman, '40, respectively..
List Is Concluded
Robert Golden, '40, co-chairman of
decorations, will have as his guest
Jane Jewitt, '40, and Florence Signi-
ago, '41, will attend the dance with
Benjamin Jones, '40,ealso in charge
of decorations. Esther Crooks, and
JeanhBenham, '41, will be the guests
of Thomas Markham, '40, and Hugh
Estes, '40, co-chairman of the pa-
trons committee.
Remaining tickets will be on salej
from 3 to 6 p.m. daily at the Union
Travel desk, Mr. Goddell and Mr.,
Davidson have announced. The ticket
sale is now open to independent men.
Ticket sales will be limited to 800.
Nile green, silver and wine red
will be the color scheme cf the decor-
ations for the ball.

Robert A. Reid, '39E, co-chair-
man of Interfraternity Ball, will
have as his guest Marietta Kil-
lian, '39. They will lead the dance
with co-chairman Robert Canning,
'39, who will have as his guest
Mary Mooney, '39.
Bridge Contest
Is To Be Held
Final Prize To Be Given
Tomorrow At League
The final duplicate bridge tourna-
ment, sponsored by the social com-
mittee of the League under the direc-
tion of Jane Nussbaum, '40, will be,
held at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League,
Miss Nussbaum announced yesterday.
The two couples who gain the high-
est scores in this final contest will be
awarded prizes. In addition, a grand
prize will be awarded to the bridge
partners who have the highest score
for the three tournaments of the
duplicate bridge series.
Conway McGee, Grad., will direct
the contest. All reservations must be
made by noon tomorrow at the main
desk of the League, Miss Nussbaum
announced. Refreshments will be
served following the tournament. Any
organization may make reservations
in a block, Miss Nussbaum said.
Anyone on campus is invited to
submit a manuscript for the 1939
Junior Girls Play. The scripts may
be handed to Dorothy Shipman,
'40, General Chairman.


Eugene and Gabrieleen
Permanents . .. $3.50,
B4i.Ueanity Shop
1114 S. Univ. Ave. Ph. 7561


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philosophical about the matter,
pairing that anything would
come of it.
Council Gets Results
Surprisingly enough, this
something did happen. The
logical thing, too. Now they're
-all those petty offices which



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to excite class caucuses once a year.,
Now we can hope that all that energy
may be spent in some more profitable
Imperfect as the new plan may
prove, at least it is a move in the
right direction. Maybe a future gen-
eration of Michigan men can say,
without causing one to raise a skep-
tical eye-brow, that at Michigan
they learned that government stands
for integrity.
Our congratulations to the 1938
Men's Council!


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