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THE IVZICIIIGAN .DAILY

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W.A.A. Announces Season
Will Be Started Monday
The bowling alleys in the Woyien's
Athletic Building will open Monday,
Helen Ellis, of the women's physical
education department, announced
yesterday.
The alleys will be open from 3:15
p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. daily and will be open from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The fee for
women students will be five cents a
line in the afternoon and 10 cents a
line in the evening. Men may bowl at
any time if accompanied by a woman,
Miss Ellis said, and their fee will be
15 cents a line. Persons not members
of the University may use the alleys
during the evening at 15 cents a line.
Instructional classes in bowling
will be held for the first time this
year. They will be held from 3:15
p.m. to 4 p.m., and five lessons will
be givenr for a dollar, which includes
the price of the alley. Any woman in-
terested in joining a class may sign
up at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing.
Any group wishing to reserve an
alley at any time, either afternoon
or evening, may do so by calling the
W.A.A. building, Miss Ellis said. An
individual and an intramural tourna-
ment will be held later in the year.
HOSI ERY SPECIALS
Three-thread crepe with an
all-silk heel-
WALKING CHIFFON
by ARCHER
Very durable with good looks.
Regular $1.00 value-
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In Novelty Hose we have
Jacquard Lace-fine or coarse
meshes - and plenty of black
heel.-
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE'
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

Odin Anderson
Gets Ohio Pass
At Tea Dance
More Than 350 Persons
Present At Ind(ependent
Function Yesterday
Over 350 people attended the Con-
gress-Assembly tea-dance held from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. yesterday in the
League Ballroom. Phyllis McGeachy,
'40, and Roland Rhead, '40, were co-
chairmen of the dance.
Odin W. Anderson, '40, was the
winner of the ticket to the Ohio
State-Michigan football game, given
to the holder of the lucky identifica-
tion tag. Special permission had
been obtained from the -Dean of
Women's office for a woman to at-
tend the game if she had won the}
ticket.
Maurice Miller Dances
Maurice Miller, '41, the male part-
ner of the team who won the "Jit-
terbug" contest sponsored at a local
theatre, gave a dance exhibition.
Charlie Zwick furnished the music
for the tea-dance and Virginia
Fowler, '42SM, his vocalist, sang sev-
eral numbers.
Betty Myers Pours
Betty Myers, '39, was pouring cider
between dances. Jean Thompson,
'40, Ruth Barry, '40, Margery Leh-
ner, '39Ed, William Rockwell, '39,
and Edward Egle, '39E, were among
those seen at the dance.
Committee from Assembly is Jeanne
Judson, '40, Gladys Engel, '40, IZe-
novia Skoratko, '40, Miss Myers and
Miss McGeachy. From Congress are
Harris Dean, '40, William Meckley,
'40E, James Huber, '42E, Arthur
Kostman, '40 and Mr. Rhead.
Bob Gac took two Tgroup pictures
and many candid shots at the dance,
Miriam Hoener To Wed
Miriam Hoener, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert L. Hoener, has set
Saturday, Nov. 26 as the date for her
marriage to Joseph T. Sinclair, Jr.,
37. Miss Hoener is a graduate of
Hillsdale College and is a member of
Chi Omega. Mr. Sinclair is affiliat-
ed with Chi Phi.

Life Of Beethoven Depicted

Quota System I
New Feature
Of Tea Dance
Overcrowding Eliminated'
In Ballroom Of League
By Ticket Distribution 1
Tickets will be distributed among [
fraternities and sororities for the F
second Interfraternity - Panhellenic
tea dance, to be given from 4 p.im. to
6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, in the
ballroom of the League, Ella Stowe,
'40, co-chairman of the tea dance,
announced yesterday.
Limit Tickets To 475t
The tickets are limited to 475 and
will be distributed among fraterni-
ties and sororities according to a
quota arrangement, with a total of
250 men and 225 women. The pur-
pose of "the ticket system is to re-
strict the number attending to one
which can be easily accommodated
in the ballroom. 12 were turned
away'from the last tea dance.
The price of the tickets for men
will be 25 cents and for women they
will be free. No onewill be'allowed
to enter the ballroom without a tick-
et however, Miss Stowe said. Charlie
Zwick's orchestra will play, and Bob
Canning, '39, will again announce
the circle dances. Fraternity and
sorority songs will be a feature of
the afternoon.
Tea Dances Successful
An attendance of over 500 at the
first tea dance indicated that the
idea is a good one, Miss Stowe said.
The second dance will ;have almost
all of the features of the first ex-
cept that .official hostesses will be
eliminated.
A further announcement will be
made-regarding prizes for those per-
sons who report the largest number
of names of dancing partners. Tickets
to League dances were given to the
,nan and woman who danced with
the most people at the last tea dance.
Plans are being made for a third
tea dance to precede Christmas va-
cation, Miss Stowe said. Jim Grace,
'40, is the Interfraternity represen-
tative on the committee which is
directing the arrangements for the
dances.

Hayride And Pledge Formal
Will Be Given By Fraterniti
The Theta Xi pledge formal, tra- Theta Delta Chi fraternity_
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ditionalyhedTanksgiving eve, nave a partyo
will be given from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.?lowed by an old fashioned blrn dance

With Beethoven's own music as background, the film "The Life and
Loves of Beethoyen" depicts the various crises in the tragic life of
the composer, showing how his unfortunate love affair and his loss of
hearing led to the writing of various works including the famous "Moon-
light Sonata."
The' movie, starring Harry Bauer, will be shown at 7:15 tonight and
Saturday and at 3:15 today at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre by the
Art Cinema League.
Students Of International Center
Learn American Social Customs

Foreign Students Will Meet
To Receive Instruction
From Social Directors
Barbara was a helpful soul. And
she felt that waiters have an especial-
ly hard time in life. This philosophy
was sometimes annoying to waiters
at dinner as she would often unhand
them of dishes so they wouldn't have
to carry them so far.
But Barbara was from a sheep
ranch in Australia and she didn't

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alias Mrs. Dean Myers, first director'
of Betsy Barbour House, have been
persuaded by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson,
Director of the International Center,
to appear each Monday night for a
month and a half to demonstrate
American social customs, explaiaing
among many other complicated
things, the proper procedure at recep-
tions.
As this first meeting, given in an-
ticipation of the Thanksgiving Ban-
quet, broke up, the students showed
an evident "interest which promised
well for the success of the following
meetings. This course seems well on
its way to being a permanent iristi-
tution at the International Center.
Sorority Problems
Will Be Discussed
At Mass Gathering

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CHAPTER HOUSE
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Panhellenic Association policies will
be the subject of discussion at the
Panhellenic mass meeting at 5 p.m.
Tuesday in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre,;'Stephanie Parfet, '39, presi-
dent of the association, said yester-
day.
dMiss Parfet urged a 100 per cent
attendance of actives and pledges of
all sororities, and as many alumnae
as find it possible to be present. This
will be thefirst mass meeting in the
history of the organization.
Dean Alice Lloyd wit: speak and
open discussion will follow her talk,
with Miss Parfet presiding. Formerly,
the annual Panhellenic Banquet, held
early in the fall, has been the only
time that sorority women have met
in a body. It is hoped that a more
general discussion of Greek letter
problems will stimulate a closer as-
sociation among the 18 groups of af-
filiated, women.
"Panhellenic Association meetings
provide an opportunity for only two
members of each group to express
their opinions on fraternity prob-
lems," ,JVliss Parfet said. "It is hoped
that the meeting will throw a new
light on questions of interest."
Swimming Club Tryout
To Be At 4 P.M. Monday;
Final tryouts for membership in
the Michigan Women's Swimming
Club will be held at 4 p.m. Monday'
at the Union pool. All women who j
were invited to try out and were un-
able to come to the last meeting, and
anyone else interested in competi-
tive swimming are asked to attend
this meeting, announced Clara Len-
feste, '41E, manager of the swim-
ming club.
These will be the final tryouts and
membership will be announced at
the end of Monday's meeting.

Several sororities have honored
tieir pledges with teas and dinners
and others have announced recent
initiations.
Alpha, Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi sorority announces
the initiation of Phyllis Hoffmeyer,
'41. Miss Maxine Blake, Grand First
Vice-President, conducted the initia-
tion ceremonies. Alpha Delta Pi also
gave a pledge tea in honor of Miss
Blake from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Mrs. R. A. Upson poured.
Chi Omega
Chi Omega sorority gave a formal
dinner last night honoring a number
of deans. Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. El-
lery Preston, Mrs. Holly Dobbins,
Miss Ethel 'McCormick and Mrs.
Stanley Mitchell were present. Oth-
ers invited were Dean Byrl F. Bacher,
Dean Jeanette Perry, Miss Mary E.
Gleason, Mrs. Sara L. Rowe, Miss
Ruth H. Danielson, Mrs. Myra B.
Jordan, former dean of women, and
Miss Mary Clay Witham, traveling
secretary of Chi Omega.
Collegiate Sorosis
Collegiate Sorosis sorority gave a
tea from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. yesterday
in honor of their pledges. Mrs. H.
Morris Roberson pouredgand Mary
Wheat, '40, was in charge.
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Jean C. Shu-
gert, '42 of Rochester, Penn.
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta fraternity an-
nounces the initiation of Douglas An-
derson, '39E, of Detroit, Ward Quaal,
'41, of Ishpeming, and Robert Wag-
ner, '41, of Dover, Ohio.
Kappa Delta
Kappa Delta sorority is having a
pledge tea from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. today.
Anyone interested in taking part
in the floor show for the Inter-
dormitory Dance will be able to try
out from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today at
the League, Jean Harley, '39,
chairman, has announced. Sing-
ing, dancing, and dramatic parts
are available.

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A NEW HAT
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