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R. L. McElvy
To Be Director
Of '39 J.G.P.
Chairman Reminds Script
Writers That Nov. 16
Is Absolute Deadline
Richard L. McElvy, Grad., will di-
rect the 1939 Junior Girls Play, Dor-
othy Shipman,'40, general chairman,
announced yesterday.
Mr. McElvy is at present director'
of Childrens Theatre and last year
received attention through his adap-
tion of the play "The Secret Garden"
for that organization. He assisted
Sarah Pierce, Grad., in the direction
of the Junior Girls Play, "Mulberry
Bush," last year.
In addition, Mr. McElvy won a prize
in the field of essay in the Hopwood
contest last year. A Phi Beta Kappa,
he graduated from Colgate, where
he was prominent on campus, and re-
ceived his master's degree here last
year.
Miss Shipman announced' again
that the deadline for scripts is Nov.
16. It is not necessary for the au-
thors to submit complete dialogue or
action, but merely a summary, if they
wish. The mass meeting for all junior
women on campus will be held some-
time after Thanksgiving, Miss Ship-
man said.
Whether the '39 JGP cast will in-
clude men has yet to be decided, Miss
Shipman said. The decision will be
announced later. Committees are
still open for new members, and
those who come out for the first com-
mittee meetings will be eligible for
permanent membership on the com-
mittee. Dancing and voice classes
will begin early in December for try-
outs for the project.
State Hockey Team
Plays Home Eleven
The University women's hockey
team will play the women's hockey
team from Michigan State College
at 10:30 a.m. today at Palmer Field,
Mary Richardson, '40Ed, hockey man-1
ager, announced recently.
The University team will be com-
posed of Miss Richardson, Joan Bev-
ington, '40Ed, Doris Cranmore, '40Ed,
Florence Dyer, '40, Sally Connery,
'40Ed, and Frances Anderson, '40Ed.
Catherine Batschelet, '42Ed, Jean
Millard, '41, Dorothea Ortmayer, '41,
Virginia Storts, '40, and Nancy Seeds,
'42Ed, will be the other members of
the team.
Senior Society To Meet
There will be an informal dinner
for Senior Society at 6 p.m. Monday
at the home of Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Miss Marie Hartwig has been chosen
as faculty adviser to the group.

Chic Housecoals Shown
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Initial Swim
Club Meeting
To Be Monday
Women Asked To Try Out
For Club Membership
By Competitive Method
The Michigan Women's Swimming
Club will hold its initial meeting at
I p.m. Monday at the Union pool,
when tryouts will be held for those
?irls who have been invited to com-
pete for membership in the club.
A meet will be held against Ypsi-
lanti at 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, in
the Union Pool.
Tryouts Are Invitational
Those women who participated in
the women's intra-mural swimming
meet held last month are among
those invited to tryout. The club
is being organized this year for those
who are interested in speed swim-
ming and improved form in diving,
Clara Lenfestey, '41Ed., announced.
Meets with various schools will be
held throughout the year.
Those invited to try out are: Ruth
Stevens, '41; Betty Gould, '42; Jean-
nette Stickles, '40; Jean Rheinfrank,
'39; Margaret Wiseman, '42; Agnes
Landers, '41; Dorothy Foltz, '40Ed;
Ruth Allen, '41; Jean Hendrian, '40;
Helen Westie, '40Ed; Dorothy Maul,
'39; Marie Bramis, '39Ed; Sally Cor-
coran, '41Ed; Jean Belle King, '39;
Helen Peck, '39 and Helen Nutting,
'41.

Sleeves with wrists pointed over
the hands and a low cut neck-line
distinguish this smart new house-
coat. The bright figured print has
baby leg-a-mutton sleeves and a
convenient full length zipper.

Nov. 15 'Is Date
Of Coffee Hour
Dance Will Be Sponsored1
By union Committee
The second' Coffee Hour dance will
be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., Tues-
day, Nov. 15, at the Union in the
small ballroom, Don Nixon, '39, an-
nounced yesterday. Both men and
women are invited to come stag.
Special guests at the dance this
week are to be Delta Gamma sorority,
Chi Phi fraternity, Congress Zone 3,4
and Mosher Hall. All other students
are welcome, and cutting will be en-
couraged, Nixon said.
Mrs. George B. Brigham of the
Arctitectural Sch'ool will pour for the
Tuesday Coffee Hour Dance, and
coffee and chocolate will be served.
There will be a short entertainment
by Mimes.
Thursday, Nov. 17, Miss Curry of
the League, will pour at a vocational
talk. Mrs. Russell W. Bunting, wife
of Dean Bunting of the Dentistry
'School will lead the discussion. ,

List Is Continued
Barbara Johnson, '40; Virginia n
Keilholtz, '41; Carolyn Denfield, '42;
Amy Johnson, Sue Stevenson, '40;
Mary MacDonald, Alice Hoff, '41,*
Jean Sollitt, Nancy Seeds, '42Ed; Ag-
nes Crow, '42, Dorothy Volt, Virginia '
Storts, '41; Ann Paschal, '41; Bunty
Bain, '42Ed; Elizabeth White, '39;
Barbara Benedict, '40, Jane Lord ,'40;,
Harriet Britton, Ruby Maur, '42; Dor- i
othy Cloudman; Elizabeth Baker,
'39Ed; Ruth Schulman, Pat Calkins,
Twila Traber, '39 and Jeanne Kauf-
man, '41.
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Barbara Tinkerr
IWill Describef
4 Chinese Tour;
Barbara Tinker, '33, of Ann Arbor,
will speak on "My Chinese Exper-
iences, From Mandarin to Mendi-
cant," at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the
Congregational Church auditorium.
Miss Tinker secured her master's
degree from the University in 1934.
She traveled to China to study tex-
tiles and spent 10 months there be-
fore the war broke out. During her
stay in China, Miss Tinker resided
in the home of an aristocratic family
in Peking.
At the outbreak of the war in July,
1937, she was forced to return home,
but she did not arrive in the United
States until August, 1938. Miss Tink-
er in her speech Monday will de-
scribe not only the Chinese life as
she observed it in Peking, but also
her experiences on her prolonged
journey home.
Tickets for the lecture, priced at
25 cents, will be on sale at Wahr's
book store.
Professor Williams Is
Speaker At Hillel Meeting
. Hillel Foundation held a meeting
at 8:00 p.m. yesterday at the Foun-
dation. Prof. Mentor L. Williams of
the English Department 'was the
speaker of the evening.
Professor Williams gave a review
of the life and work of Elmer Rice,
noted author, whose play, "Counsel-
lor-at-Law," is being shown here this
week. Play Production is producing
the drama under the direction of
Prof. Valentine B. Windt, with Ed-
ward Jurist, Grad., and Sally Pierce,
Grad, in the leading parts.
GLAMOUR AND STEEL

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The revival of hoop-skirts has re-
sulted in orders amounting to several
thousand dollars, steel companies re-
port to the Associated Press. By-
product of glamour!

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Northwesterni?
Michigan?
SO WHAT??
DANCE at the Michigan League!
Win or lose in the game today all will
win at the League Dance tonight!

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