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Patron Names
Of Panhellenic
BallAnnounced
Ticket Sale To Be Limited
To 400; Joe Sanders
To Play For Dance
The list of patrons for Panhellenic
Ball, to be given Friday, Nov. 25, in
the League ballroom, was announced
yesterday by Margaret Greenhouse,
'40, chairman of publicity.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Re-
gent Esther Cram and LeRoy V.
Cram, Dean and Mrs. Joseph Bursley,
Dean and' Mrs. Walter B. Rae, Dean.
Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Edward'
H. Kraus, Dean and Mrs. James B.
Edmondson, Dean and Mrs. Erich A.
Walter, Dean Jeanette Perry, Dean
Byrl Bacher, Dr. Margaret Bell.
Dr. William Brace, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Dr. and Mrs. Al-
bert E. White, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
E. Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Caleb
Smith were named as patrons for
the Ball.
The ticket sale is limited to 400 and
tickets will be distributed among the
sororities according to a quota sys-
tem, Miss Greenhouse said. The eve-
ning of the Ball the third floor of the
League will be open to men.
Joe Sanders and his Black Hawks
will play for the second successive
year at this dance. Formerly located
at the Black Hawk Restaurant in
Chicago, his reception last year was
so enthusiastic that he was selected
to play again, Mary Minor, '40, chair-
man, said.
Miss Minor's committee includes
Bunty Bain, '39, chairman of decora-
tions; Betty Brooks, '40, chairman of
program, Barbara Bassett, '40, fin-
ance chairman, Jean Thompson, '40,
music chairman, Frances Kahrs, '40,
chairman of patrons, Margaret Green-
house, '39, publicity chairman, and.
Margaret Cram, '39, reception chair-
man.

Dancer To Perform Friday A t Union

Assembly Division Progress Unon Coffee lour Athiena, Seec Society,
Is Attended By 100; Will Hold Tryouts Todt
Durin Recent Years Is Told. Tryouts for Athena, national hc
UcTris Special Guests orary forensic society for women.
By BETTY HALL inz and 13th place in League activi- beheld at 7:30 p.m. today in the Po
T A ABETr sMore than 100 students attended tia Room of Angell Hall, Faith Wa
The Ann Arbor Division of Assem- ties and scholarship. At the Assem-t
'ly. an organization for unaffiliated bly Banquet of 1937 all three indivi- he Uron 4:fe our whi. as ins. 9, president of the socie
women living in private homes, was dual r:cholarships for the women held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. yester- announced yesterday.
day in the Union. Special guests were Eacundiesteday. prear
)rganized in the spring of, 1937 for ranking highest in each class dur- Delta Gamma, Zone III of Congress. Each candidate is to prepare
he purpose of acquainting Ann ing the previous scholastic year were i Chi Phi, and Mosher Hall. three-minute speech. There are
Arbor girls with the League and its received by members of the Ann Ar- j Mrs. George B. Brigham, Jr., poured scholastic requirements for the s
ictivities and of furnishing an or- bor Division of Assembly. Miss Mc- and coffee or hot chocolate was served ciety, and any woman interested
Tanization through which they can Conkey received the junior award, the guests. speech is invited to try out, Miss Wa
Bernice Cohen, '39, the sophomore Norman Riess, member of Mimes, ki d
[unction as a group.award, and Frances Orr, '40, the men's dramatic society, gave an in- ns ___
At the rst meeting of the group freshman award. The group was re- terpretation of the director, Whitford
Jean McConkey, '38, was elected presented in the intramural debate Kane, in managing his cast at re- H.W C LARK
aresident; Hilda Van Tuyl, '40, vice- by Miss Cohen and Mary Tilk, '39. hearsals. * K
-resident; and Betty Notley, '39' Ice Cream Social Held Last Summer Among those present were Don English Boot and Shoe Maker
-ecretary. The organization was of- Nixon, '40, Jim Halligan, '40, F&C, Our new repair department, tl
'icially taken into Assembly at the One of the highlights of the organ- Jean Hastie, '39, Bob chust '42, best in the city. Prices' are righ
spring installation banquet. ization's activities took place during Bill Powers, '41, Harold Spurway, '40, 438 South State and Factory o
W.A.A.the past summer session when an ice
Received Sixth Place In W.A.A.I Katherine and Connie Williams, '40, South Forest Avenue.
In the fall of 1937 new elections cream social was given at Palmer B___Canning,_'__,_GerryWi___n,_'4_
werehel an Mis Ntle beameField. Miss Notley was chairman of Bob Canning, '39, Gerry Wilson, '40, ________________
,were held and Miss Notley became ,il.MisNteywslaimno Chuck Wade, '41, Maxine Baribeau
president. The group took active in- the affair and the proceeds went into and Pete Brown, '41E. 3 n r- A I I
.-- s. hine reief fun. Cl" 1d

JEANNE BURT, '40
Miss Burt will give an exhibition dance Friday at the Union, Don
Nixon, '40, Union 'publicity chairman, announced yesterday. Her pro-'
gram will include acrobatic and high kick tourines and tap dances.
Miss Burt transferred to the University from Dennison University,
where she was choerographer for the Junior follies. She has had
extensive training and experience, having done professional dancing at
Granville Inn. She has also done work with opera ballet dancing.
Costume Suit Designed To Fill
Demand Of Brisk Social World

Today will be the deadline for en- ber representing ne group on a re-
tries in the Union-League bridge spective League committee.
tournament, it was announced yes- One large project is planned for
terday. each month. A faculty tea was given
The tournament will be held from Oct. 30 at the League and this month
7 to 10 p.m. tomorrow in the main the group is planning a friendship
ballroom of the League. dinner with Martha Cook to be held
Today is the last day that petitions Sunday at the League.
for the position of women's bowling,
manager will be accepted, Norma Newberry, Jordan
Curtis, '39, president of W.A.A. an-
nounced. Win At Volleyball
Petitions may be obtained by any--"
one interested at the desk of the
Women's Athletic Building. Helen Newberry Residence defeated
Zeta Tau Alpha yesterday, 52 to 18
TO ATTEND BRIDGE MEET in the women's intramural volleyball
tournament. Martha Cook won by
All members of the League So- default from Alumnae House. Adelia
cial Committee are expected to at- Cheever was beaten by Jordan Hall
tend the All-Campus Bridge tour- by a score of 39 to 20 and Chi Omega
nament tomorrow evening, Bar- defeated Betsy Barbour 54 to 21.
bara Heath, '39, announced. If a
member does not play bridge or~ Alpha Omicron Pi will play Colvin
mmnno atentshlayhbid getor Residence at 4:30 p.m. today and Al-
cannot attend, she should get ai
couple to attend and call Jane pha Delta Pi will meet Zone VII at
toustendanm,'4,clJane5:10 p.m. The tournament is now
Nussbaum, '40, at 2-4514, leaving nearing the finals, which will be
the couples name and her name, played before Thanksgiving, Jane
Miss Heath said. Dunbar, '40, W.A.A. intramural man-
ager, announced.

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ViewpQint
by VICKI.

We were glancing through old
Dailies the other day, and we found
traces of another age, a pre-'29 era,
plenty fast and a bit risque. It was
the hey-day of short skirts, long
waisted dresses, and those deep-
crowned. abominations which passed
as hats. High heels, slinky cars, a
much-worried over. "liquor problem,"
,and the first feeble efforts of that
mechanical device, the Vitaphone.'
Personally I'll take 1938.
We couldn't help feeling a little
smug. After all, even our old system I
of campus elections didn't necessi-
tate re-counts and re-elections every
time, and long bobs and the sweater-
skirt costume are much more becom-
ing, don't you think so? And their
football team was terrible!
The League building was completed
in '28, while the Union opera was a
fact, not a memory. The Graf Zep-
plin was launched, the League of Na-
tions was still going strong, and the
Gaynor-Ferrall movie team was a
box-office favorite. They're largely
memories now.
Do you ever wonder what the class
of '48 will think .of us? Will we be
models of what not to do, or "that
class that cleaned up campus poli-
tics?" Will they consider our clothes
absurd (undoubtedly), and our con-
ventions amusing? Will we be the
group that did and died for our coun-
try, or will they?
Speculating the future or reviewingI
the past-both are fun and rather1
pointless. Anything can happen, and1
fate will decide whether it be good,
bad, or indifferent. Probably a bit
of all three. Like pulling a prize out
of the proverbial grab-bag, you don't
know what you're going to get, but1
the suspense is delightful.l

Suits In Dressy Or Sport turing the bolero influence is of wine
Styles Found Suitable wool with smooth black pony fur
.rv ofacing the front and the pockets. A
For Every Occasion zipper, covered buttons to the waist
of the dress, and a high neckline add
Our brisk social world is becoming interest to the suit.
days in the matter of dress. Many of In addition to the fur-trimmed
our week-end days are filled to the costume suits, there are also the
brim with various engagements re- .
quiring dressy or sport togs, and no imer arties onists one
very attractive style consists of a
time is allowed for renewed primp- wine and beige sheer wool. The beige
ing and changing. For just such oc-
casions the costume suit was created. dress has slit pockets and a narrow
There are many versions of such belt of wine. The contrasting knee-
suits ranging from those appropriate length coat is faced in wine and beige
for spectator sports to those suitable applique.
for town and other such dress oc- Novel Belts Are Important
casions. For the latter case, a blue With the rising popularity of the
wool dress with a knobby little Chin- costume suit, novel belts are increas-
chillette chubby jacket is just the ing in importance. The newest thing
thing. The material composing the iin belts is a soft suede, leaf-shaped
dress is more technically known as novelty which comes in four sections.
Strck angora. The various sections button onto
Green, Teal Blue Are Shown ,each other, thus allowing Milady to
If your taste in color runs to green, Icombine the colors she desires.
you will prefer a green boucle wool br
with a jacket which is short and fit- Bright scarfs, pigskin gloves, tricky
ted and boasts a fox ripple collar. bags and grotesque wooden animals
This seasons popular Teal blue is are novel accessories which add more
also shown in a dressy costume suit of interest to the suit. Tiny stitched
wool crepe. The closely fitting jac- leather animals and miniature suede
ket features luxurious silver fox poc- hats form attractive pins for tweed
kets. lapels.
The lady who inherits her love
of tweeds from her British ancestry T-ikets For
will find a classic tweed costume suit TiPlay
of rural autumn the answer to her T
prayer. The dress has pockets stitched To Be Sold Today

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in brown which contrasts strikingly
with the gay color of the dress. The
full length box coat has a back-
ground of the same rural autumn
toned down with flecks of black and
brown.
Boleros Are Popular
A new edition of the favorite bolero
jacket dress is found in a black wool
with a satin top. The jacket is
trimmed jauntily with Persian lamb
lapels. Another attractive suit fea-

$075

The sale of tickets for "The Life of
Beethoven," French motion picture
to be presented this week-end by the
Art Cinema League, will open today
at the box office of the League, Mit-
chell Raskin, '39BAd, publicity chair-
man, announced yesterday.
Because of the enthusiasm for the
production already demonstrated in
connection with the Beethoven quiz
contest held yesterday in the League,
a matinee will be given Friday as
well as the performances Thursday,
Friday and Saturday nights. Raskin
said tbat sellouts are expected and
advised those wishing to attend to
obtain tickets early.
He emphasized the fact that this
is the first time a contest has been
held in connection with an Art Cine-
ma production.
McClusky In Windsor Talk
Prof. Howard Y. McClusky of the
) education school will discuss "Re-
sources and Possibilities for Social
Education Progress" at the general
session of the Progressive Education
Association at Windsor, Friday and
Saturday.
Prof. Robert B. Hall of the geog-
raphy department will also speak.

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