THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Qsseinbly Banquet To Be Held Tomorrow Night At L
'rof. Weaver Jr1omen Invited To Coffee Hour At Michigan Union Ti
Is To Deliver__
s Bnquet Head Student Mixer Cleveland Symphony, Banquet, Announces Deadline
- For J.G.P. Scripts
First Of Series, Lectures To Be Week's Events For
s___The deadline for scripts for the
The Cleveland Symphony Orches- gious Association are sponsoring the Junior Girls Play will be Wednesday,
ntra, the Assembly Banquet, and lee- lecture. Nov. 16, Dorothy Shipman. '40, gen-
ttures by Prof. Oscar Halecki, Prof. Professor Chang of the English de- eral chairman, announced yesterday.
x *ArP E cil Features At Olav Janse, Peter Maurin, and Prof. partment will discuss Lin Yutang'sIAny person may submit first acts or
Ars . Z. Chang are the highlights of "The Importance of Living" at 4 p.m. synopses for plays. These will be as
Informal Function tiTuesday in Lane Hall. Prof. John F. acceptable as full scripts, although
hm ee ait.Shepard of the psychology depart- full scripts are preferred.
The Union will inaugurate a new Artur Rodzinski will conduct the ment will lead the Freshman Round The plays, which should provide an
custom Tuesday when women will be Cleveland Symphony Orchestra in a Table discussion at 4 p.m. today. The opportunity for dancing and songs in
< 5< ; invited to the Union Coffee Hour for concert at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill topic will be "The Balanced Individ- the finished production, are to be
the first time in its history, accord- Auditorium. Rodzinski is regarded as ual." I given to Miss Shipman, she said. A
...ing to James Hallighen, '40, in charge one of the vital forces in musal de-
of the affair. in this countrya 'h
Dancing and a short entertainment, velopment, and has
offered by Mimes, Men's Dramatic led the Cleveland Symphony for six Qllect Hosiery Dividends
Society, will be featured, and coffee years.
and hot chocolate will be served in the The Assembly Banquet will be held
..terrace adjacent to the small ball-., at 6 p.m. tomorrow in the League
room. Mrs. Edward W. Blake will Ballroom. Prof. Bennett Weaver and
pour from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. IDean Alice C. Lloyd are among the, 4
MARY HONECKER, '40 Groups Are Especially Invited speakers. The central committee for:\ a
MARY____________40 _ Although an invitation has been the dormitory dance, to be given Dec.
extended to the entire student body, 10, will be announced at the banquet.
the second and third courses of the Hallighen stated, special groups will - Professor Halecki, professor of his-
dinner. The central committee of the be particular guests at this time. tory at the Usiversity of Warsaw and
affair has been Miss Honecker, Eliza- These include Martha Cook Dormi- exchange professor under the aus- -
beth Notley, '39, assistant chaiiman tory, Kappa Alpha :Theta sorority, pices of the Kosciuszko Foundation -17
Ellen Redner, '40, ticket chairman; Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and will lecture at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday and.
Miss Barton, Phyllis McGeachey, '40, jZone I of Congress at this initial so- Wednesday in Natural Science Au-
program chairman; Frances Small, cial hour. ditorium. Tuesday he will speak on I $-'('J
40, patrons chairman and Barbara A new recording unit has been pur- "Poland and Russia," and Wednes-
Grill, '41, chairman of publicity, chased by the Union, Hallighen said, ,day his subject will be "Poland and
!Announcement of the central com- I and the students will have use of the Germany." -
mittee for the Inter-dormitory Dance latest recordings. Anyone on campus Professor Janse, director of the ex-
to be sponsored by independent wom- may bring his favorite numbers along Pdofor thedP risfMusesx
en Dec. 10 at the League, will b made and make use of the unit. pedition for the Paris Museums and r-_East,
tethe French School of the Far Es~
at the Banquet. Mimes To Entertain Through Year will give an illustrated lecture at 4:15
M i m e s will present features torium. He will speak on "Excava-;7-
throughout the year including skits, p.m. Thursday in the Rackhai Audi-
Initiation Is Announced oddities and entertainments of vari- tion in Indo-China; Ancient Chinese
ous kinds which promise to add much Cultural Finds."
Kappa Delta sorority announcesCutrlFns
the initiation Oct. 30 of Winifred t ahenw Coffee Hour programs Maurin, of the Catholic Worker, -
Gasser, '39A, Ann Arbor; Martha hatlighenclaimed, and it is hoped will speak at 8 p.m. today at ;Lane by Joining our
Bill, '40, Detroit; and Helen Nutting, that students will enjoy an atmos- Hall on "The Green Revolution." The r
'41, Detroit. hrat t e same time.'g Newman Club and the Student Reli- KR HOSIERY CLU B
Regular Coffee Hours, suh as held
._..... ...... in the past will be given on Thurs- W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
days, as usual. Vocational guidance Dance: Meetings at 7:15 p.m. * Do you know our Mojud hosiery club? It
l/ dGL ectures will be given by Deans or Wednesday and at 4:15 p.m. costs you noth n , ait' e i
y tL 99tdgSuj. nn
of the mass meeting of juni
to be held after the script
chosen, will be made later.
held Thanksgiving, Miss
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pri±ssi.' ouf the various colleges inI
An Exciting Colletion of
~i bnmi Li vau1±. w omenV U UUen t
attending the lecture may attend the
Thursday Coffee Hours also.
Dean Bennett of the School of
Architecture will head the discussion
at the lecture Thursday, and Betty
Spangler, '39, will pour.
Faculty Women's Club j
To Hold Welcoming TeaI
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold a tea honoring newcomers from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Ethel Fountain Hussey Room of the
In the receiving line will be Mrs.
Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. Ralph W.
Aigler, and Mrs. Justin W. Leonard.
Mrs. Edson R. Sunderland, Mrs.-1'
Frederick M. Gaige, Mrs. Henry M. I
Bates, Mrs. Edward L. Adams, Mrs.
Franklin A. Shull and Mrs. John L.
Brumm will pour.
on our minds
an exciting collection
of formal accessories . .
a blaze of gala
and brocades, kids,
beads and rhinestones .
and that new craze,
white angora gloves
in long or chubby lengths.
classic white kids, too
for more sedate
young misses . . .
and for out-and-out
in black and white . .
to say nothing of
hats, belts and
the stag line!
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Riding: Crop and Saddle supper,
ride at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Bar-
Tennis: Finals of women's singles
tournament at 3 p.m. today at
Volleyball: Zone IV. vs. Phi Sig-'
ma Sigma at 5:10 p.m. tomorrow;
Colvin Residence vs. Zone VIII. at
4:30 p.m. Tuesday; Alpha Xi Del-
ta vs. Zone team at 5:10 p.m.
Tuesday; Alpha Chi Omega vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Jordan
vs. Alpha Gamma Delta at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday; Gamma Phi Beta
vs. Alpha Delta Pi and Adelia,
Cheever vs. Zeta Tau Alpha at
5:10 p.m. Wednesday; Martha
Cook vs. Kappa Delta and Helen
Newberry vs. Alpha Phi at 4:30
p.m. Thursday; Collegiate Sorosis
vs. Chi Omega and Mosher vs.
winner of Alpha Xi Delta-Zone
team game at 5:10 p.m. Thursday.
the plan, since you'll know
you're saving money all the
time you're revelling in the love-
liness of your Mojud stockings!
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See these clothes!
They're going to
be modelled from
three to five o'-
clock on Monday
MUFFY MITTS .
Perfect combination! 8
Mitts and Perky Park<
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Muffy Mitts everywher
cluding formals-and con
with the Perky Parka
look comfortably sma
games or school, when s
skating or toboganning.
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