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TIlE MICHIGA-N JiJATLY

rst Panhellenic-Interfraternity Dance Will Be Given

Merida Hobart Women Debaters Informal Dinner Honors
t tO ialifv Tuesday 38 Organization Leaderst
urourney An informal dinner, sponsored by.
Tryouts for positions on the wom- the social committee of the League,
Captures Tennis Singles en's varsity debate team will be held honored 38 members of students gov-
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Room 32091 erning organizations yesterday at the
From Dorothy Maul Angell Hall, Mrs. Frederic o. Cran- ILeague. (
dall, debate coach, announced yes- PIresidents of each organization
Merida Hobart, SpecEd, defeated terday.
Dorothy Maul, '39, to recapture the "Whether she has debated before gave short explanation; of the pur-
women's all-campus singles tennis or not, anyone interested in making poses of their groups. Other guests
title Sunday on Palmer Field. ;the team is asked to write and give a; included Miss Ethel McCormick of
' five minute argumentative speech on the League and Frank Oakes of the
Before an audience of more than any phrase of either side of the ques- Union.
80, Miss Hobart lost the first game tion," emphasized Mrs. Crandall.-----e
but then won the first set, 6-1. Miss The question for debate is, "Re- To
Maul staged a comeback in the sec- solved, That the economic principles Mu Phi Epsilon To Give
ond set and at one point led Miss Ho- f the totalitarian state are desir- Fo a M sc Tod
bart 5-4. She finally lost the set able." The University of Illinois, Formal.Musical o:ay
7-5, however, which designed the question, is writ- Mu Phi Epsilon, national honor
The mixed doubles tournament swas ing an explanatory paragraph defin- music sorority, will present a formal a
completed last week when Charlotte ling the terms used and this para- musical at 8 p.m. today in the homea
brown, Grad., and Edward Morris, '39, graph will be published if it arrives of Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven-
defeated Mary Mihlethaler, '39, and before next Tuesday. The program will include the Men-
Reardon Piersol, 6-2, 4-6. 6-4. delssohn Concerto for violin by EmilyV
There were 30 original entries in Garden Club Will Meet Mutter Adams, the Chopin BalladeS
the singles tournament and 22 couples in G Minor for piano by Gwendolyn
entered in the mixed doubles tourna- Indoor gardening will be the topic Fossum,. Spec.M. Alice Mander-
ment. The tournaments were spon- discussed by the Faculty Women's bach will play selections on the Vir- c
sored by the women's physical edu- Garden Club when they meet today ginal. Patronesses of the sorority and(
cation department and the Women's at the home of Mrs. N. B. Eddy at the women of the school of musice
Athletic Association. 1 2131 Melrose Ave. freshman class will be honor guests. p

400. Expected
To Be Present
AtTea dane
Circle Dances, Fraternity
Songs Will Be Featured;
Charlie Zwick To Play
Approximately 400 individuals are
expected to attend the first of a series
of Panhellenic-Interfraternity Tea
Dances. being held from 4 to 6 p.m.
oday in the League, Ella Ste ve, '40,
co-chairman, said.
The purpose of the tea-dances is to
develop acquaintances among all
affiliated men and women, with spe-
cial attention to freshmen, Miss Stowe
said. Two tickets to League dances
will be given as prizes to the man and'
woman who dance with the most
people.
Robert Canning, '39, will call the
circle dances, and couples will be
directed to change partners at the
end of each dance. Charlie Zwick will
play fraternity and sorority songs
as a special feature.
Fraternities and sororities will be
checked as their members enter, in
an effort to determine the support
which the project receives. Cider will
be served.
Jimo Grace, '40, represents Inter-
raternity Council on the committee
which is in charge of the tea-dance,
md Miss Stowe is assisted by Barbara
Senedict, '40, as representative of
Panhellenic Association. The dance
will be open to independents.!

Is Panhellenic President

Jean Harley Heads 1 l '40; and Sara . Ma
.I ihei,'40 is eadof The ticket con
Dance Committeemittee.
Announcement of members of the

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WEDNESDAY

- THURSDAY

- FRIDAY

Important Sale of Shoes

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STEPHANIE PARFET, '39
'W&edding s
Sand ../
Engagemen ts,
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Davis, of De-
troit, announced the engagement of
their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, '34,
to John A. Wedda, also of Detroit.
The ceremony will take place Dec.
27. Miss Davis is affiliated with Kap-
pa. Kappa Gamma sorority.
Jeanne O'Connor's engagement to
John B. Donaldson, '35, of Pontiac,
has been announced by the former's
mother, Mrs. Timothy J. O'Connor,
also of Pontiac. Mr. Donaldson is a
member of Chi Psi fraternity.
Maj. and Mrs. Eugene I. Van An-
terwerp, of Detroit, have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Frances to Julius A. Jaeger, '39E, also
of Detroit. He is a member of Alpha
fCam'Phi ant Chi ir Phi

80 Pairs College Shop Shoes
Formerly were $5 to $8.75

$2 98

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To dispose of these shops immediately
they are offered at this sacrifice
price.
Come in early and make your selection
from this desirable footwear . . . reversed
calf and smooth calf leathers in a var-
iety of styles . . . black, brown, blue,
green.
ALL SALES FINAL
NO APPROVALS - NO EXCHANGES

Take advantage of this extraordinary
opportunity to complete. your shoe ward-
robe. Impressive values in shoes for
campus and active sports wear. Taken
from our regular stocks . . . these are
shoes of high quality, excellent in work-
manship, fine in material.
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Her
Viewpoint
by VICKI'

3 ijgma i-i ana uisgma rn.
Election day ... a nation-wide The marriage of Marie Riggs,
drama of tears and triumphs. Last daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Riggs,
night as we listened to the returns of Nashville, to John F. Cave, son of
come in we couldn't help thinking of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cave, of Ann
a man we know. He's not an impor- Arbor, took place Nov. 5 in St. An-
tant political figure, just an incon- drew's Episcopal church. Both Mr.
spicuous court clerk. and Mrs. Cave are University gradu-
Four years ago this man, a politi- ates.
cal hanger-on, lost out with the rest Marjorie Mott, daughter of Mrs. I
of the Republicans. Since that time Blanche Mott, of Tampa, Fla., was
his jobs have been infrequent and married to Maurice F. Doll, son of
short, and he has been relying chief- Mr. and Mrs. William Doll, of Ann
ly on the time when his party would Arbor, Nov. 5 in St. Thomas Catholic
come back into power. church. Both are University alumni.
Famnily Is Demoralized
It's a pitiful though trite story. Im-
poverished and demoralized { by un-
employment, the family has been Local Alpha Chi Omegas
moving from place to place hoping to
find work. Botih husband and wife Mrs. Carl I. Windsor, of Wichita,
have aged terribly during the period Kan. National Western Counselor of
which has been characterized by ex- Alpha Chi Omega, has been visiting
treme despair. the Michigan chapter of the sorority
Yesterday's election meant every- for five days.
thing to him and to thousands of An informal tea, to which all al-
others in the same position. Republi- umnae were invited, was given in
can or Democrat, it's the little man honor of Mrs. Windsor Sunday by
who bears the brunt of defeat. For- 'the members of the local chapter.
gotten in the face of his more glamor- This is Mrs. Windsor's first visit to
ous chief, the unimportant worker Ann Arbor. From here she will go to

Goodyear's
COLLEGE.SHOPS
ON THE CAMPUS

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stakes his all on a throw of the dice.
Too bad when he loses, isn't it?.
Campus To Test New Plan
The new regime in campus politics
comes up for its first test soon when
committee members for the Sopho-
more Prom are announced. The sys-
tem of petitioning and the interview
is entirely new as applied to dance
positions, though it has been used
successfully in the League for a long
time.-
For many years it has been recom-
mended in varied forms by numerous
groups. Formerly it was defeated as
impractical, but recently was adopt-
ed to give it a trial. Prom committee-
men will be the first selected under
the new system.
We can console ourselves, at any!
rate, that campus politics, compared
to present state campaign, is thej
proverbial tempest in a tea cup.
Speech Fraternity
Will Hold Tryouts
Tryouts for Zeta Phi Eta, national
professional speech arts fraternity.
will be held from 7:15 to 9 p.m.
Thursday, Nov., 17, in the Portia
Room, fourth floor of Angell Hall,
Mildred MacArthur, '39, announced
yesterday.
Fraternity membership is extended
in all fields of speech, including argu-
mentation, interpretation, dramatics.
and public speaking. The scope of
fraternity work will be expanded to
include a speech honors banquet in
the spring Miss MacArthur said.
SPECIAL I
One Package of Six
TAKAMINE

Albion and then will meet the con-
vention chairman in Buffalo.
Alden Dow Will Address
A.A.U.W. At Union Today
The American Association of
University Women will hold a dinner
meeting at 6:30 p.m. today in the
Union. The speaker of the evening
will be Alden Dow, who will talk on
"Modern Homes." Moving pictures
will illustrate the talk.
H. W. CLARK
English Boot and Shoe Maker
Our new repair department, the
best in the city. Prices are right.
438 South State and Factory on
South Forest Avenue.
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NEW DANCE
VICTOR RECORDS
JUST OUT!
*BENNY GOODMAN'S ORCH.:
Is That the Way To Treat a
Sweetheart?" (F.T.)
"I Had To Do It" (F.T.)
* LARRY CLINTON & ORCH.:
"After Looking at You" (F.T.
"I Kissed You in a Dream Last
Night" (F.T.)
BUNNYBERIGAN & ORCH.:
"Simple and Sweet" (F.T.)
"I Won't Tell a Soul I Love You"
(F.T.)
a SAMMY KAYE'S MUSIC:
"Hurry Home" (F.T.)
"Tell Me With Your Kisses"
(F.T.)
e TOMMY DORSEY'S ORCH.:

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