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Members Are


Roy Hoyer To Aid in Directing
Dances For 'Deep Sea Doodles'

Fur Trims Accessories

Silver, Black Is
Panhellenic Ball
Color Scheme'

Nickelodian Put
In League Grill;e
Radios Installed

Special Act To Be Given
By Mary E. Wheeler
And VirginiaOsgood

More than 150 women are working
on committees for "Deep Se
Doodles," eleventh annual Sophomor
Cabaret, to be held Dec. 2-3, Virginia
Keilholtz, general chairman, said
Assisting Mary Ellen Wheeler with
the dances is Roy Hoyer, and he is
also directing Miss Wheeler in a spec-
ialty number with Virginia Osgood.
Lists of the various committees are
now complete, Miss Keilholtz said
yesterday. The finance committee, un-
der Janet Sibley, consists of Helen
Bohnsack, Helen Barnett, Evelyn
Brown, Helen Brown, Virginia Bere-
ton, Helen Culley, Martha Jane
Drew, Dorothy Dunlap, Barbara
Fisher, Marjorie Forrestel, June Fred-
erick, Margaret Hubbard, Edith
Lynch, Lou Ann Perry, Mary Rodger,
Betty Jane Swift, Jane Wilson, Lee
Hardy, Betty Mandel, Betsey Light-
ner, Gilberta Rothstein, Richarda
Newberg, Elizabeth Benson, Mary
Ashley, Virginia Schwegler, Jane
Griswald, Mary Jane Kenny, Elaine
Reed, and Annabel Van Winkle.
Ticket Committee Named
Members of the tickets committee
of which. Betty Clement is chairman
are Fifi Angleson, Margay Allison,
Constance Berry, Betty Brundett,
Margaret Cobb, Anne Crowley, Phyl-
lis Cahen, Betty Clark, Mary Helen
Davis, Jean Donaldson, Alice France,
Clara Louise Fulde, Barbara Grill,
Helen Jean, Jane Klein, Jane Krause,
Mary Ann McCoy, Mary Morton, Pat
Nahser, Barbara Newton, Helen New,
Jean Pheneger, Catherine Roelkey,I
Betsy Robinson, Florence Signaigo,
Shirley Todt, Marjorie Ulman, Mar-
cia Wilk, Sally Lou Weidlein, Mildred
Ward, Sally Corcoran, Virginia Dur-
and, Rosemary Lehman, and Mari-
jean Wagnei.
On the Hostess committee headed
by Betty Lipton, are Shirley Roberts,
Victoria Gellatly, Carolyn Leahy,
Charlotte Wyss, Margaret Gose, Jane
Pfeiffer, Dorothy Gilliam, Louise
Garden, Agnes Landers, Phyllis Ca-
hen, Charlotte Vignoe, Phyllis Gal-
lagher, Ora Groft, Doris Wechsler,
Alice Butler, and Edna Kearney.
The decorations committee under
Betty Stout, consists of Ann Vedder,
Judy Finlayson, Louise Garden, Clara
Lee Keller, Virginia Sappington,
Dorothy Cowan, Kathryn Palmer,
Mary Anna Jamison, Jean Pollak,
Martha Peters, Helen Brown, Ellen
Rhea, Frances Haskins, Mary Ashley,
Elaine Alpert, Mary von der Heidt,'
Wimanette Troutwine, Frances Allen,
Jane Fascizewska, Mary Ferguson,
Pauline Griffin, Louise Spencer, and
Frances Herdrick.
Costume Committee Pnounced
On the costume commttce are Ann
Wills, chairman, Marian Harris, Ag-
nes Landers, Ellen Douglas, Betty
Kepler, Mary Ellen MacCready, Jane
Pfeiffer, Shirley Roberts, Margaret
Whittemore, Mary Lou Mills, Grace
Barton, Margaret Van Ess, Patricia
Walpole, Eleanor Harris, and Jane
The music committee consists of
Lonna Parker, chairman, Virginia
Bereton, Martha McCrory, Mary
Katherine Mootz, Marjorie Strand,
Dorothy Gilliam, Edith Howell, Vir-
ginia List, Mildred Williams, Betty
Ann Chaufty, Marian Conde, Ann
Wehner, Hazel Jensen, Helen Ryde,
Doris Merker, Jean Karfman, Louise
Garden, Elaine Alpert, Helen Nitting,
Mildred Ward, Betty Harwood, pnd
Barbara Fisher.
Members of the dance committee
under Mary Wheeler are Virginia
Osgood, Dorothy Levan, Hazel Jensen,
Maya Gruhzit, Marcia Sharfman
Martha Graham, and Carolyn Coller.
Those actually participating in the
dances are Virginia Osgood, Kath-
Three Dances
To Be Toniidht
Faculty Reception, Buffet
Supper Also To Be Held

Despite the fact that a great many
students are making the trip to Co-
lumbus today, the campus round of
dances continues. A formal faculty
reception is being given by the board
of governors and residents of Alum-
nae House from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. to-
An informal dance will be given
by Jordan Hall from 9 p.m. to mid-
night. Mrs. Helen Mott and Miss
Rosetta Himler are chaperoning.
Hal Carter's Orchestra will play. Mo-
sher Hall is also giving an informal
dance tonight from 9 p.m. to mid-
night. Music will be furnished by
Harvey Judson and his orchestra.
Chaperons will be Mrs. Fredrick G.
Ray and Miss Angelene Maliszewski.

Shirley Ann Hepler 1
To Wed Jay Pray
Today A t Whitmore
The wedding of Shirley Ann Hep-
ler, '41, will take place at 3 p.m.1
today at the First Methodist Church
of Whitmore Lake. She is the daugh-
ter of Mr. ana Mrs. Frank S. Hepler,
of Whitmore Laze and will marry
Jay Rane Pray, '35, son of Judge
and Mrs. Jay G. Pray of Whitmore
Lake. Mr. Pray is affiliated with
belta Sigma Phi fraternity.
Miss Hepler will wear an egg-shell
satin gown with a flesh pink tule
veil reaching to her shoulders. Her
only attendant is to be Jeanne Clem-
mons, '41, of Ann Arbor, who will wear
a dress of Windsor blue satin with
pink accessories.
F. H. Wiesmyer of Detroit will be
Mr. Pray's best man and the couple,
have selected four ushers, They are
Clayton Hepler, '38, the brother of
the bride, Lowell Sarner of Detroit,,
Myron Sarnes of Whitmore Lake and
Dr. William Pettycrew of Saginaw.
Miss Francessa Selter of Coloma,1
Ohio, the fiancee of the bride's broth-
er, will be among those in attendance
at the wedding. From out of town
have come Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whitsitt
of Lexington, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs.
Frederic White of Detroit, all of
whom are relatives of the bride. Num-
erous Ann Arbor friends will attend
the ceremony and members of Kappa
Delta sorority with which Miss Hep-
ler is affiliated, will. be among the
guests. A reception for more than 200
guests will follow the wedding.


Black Medallion To Rang A nickelodian has been installed1
Against Black bCelohaneuin the Grifl room of the League forj
dancing at the Football Gathering
Backdrop, Silver Trees to be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. to-j
day. Two radios have also been
A black cellophane backdrop will placed in the cafeteria for the broad-
form the background for Joe Sanders' cast of the Ohio State game.
orchestra at Panhellenic Bal which The nickelodian, an innovation this
is being given at 9 p.m. Friday in the year, has been placed in the League
League ballroom, Bunty Bain, '39Ed, Grill for dancing in the afternoon
chairman of decorations, announced. and evenings during the week, Jean
Two ropes of silver laurel -will be Holland, '39, League president, an-
draped from the center top, and a nounced.
black medallion with the letters "PH" Betty Ann Chaufty, '41, Lucille
in silver will be suspended from the Kauer, '40, and Martha Cook, '40,1
center. members of the ballroom committee
Two 11 foot silver trees will be of the League, are in charge of the
placed at the corners of the orchestra Football Gathering today, and Bar-
platform, giving the effect of tall sil- bara Benedict, '40, is the newly elect-
ver columns, and two small round ed assistant chairman of the ballroom
trees, also silver, will be placed at committee. Betty Spangler, '39, chair-
the center of the platform. man, announced yesterday.
Tree-_ of wonrdwxrdin fpr dna- -


Union To Hold
Cornstalks And Pumpkins
Lend Thanksgiving Air
An annual Thanksgiving Dance
will be held from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Wednesday night at the Union. This
dance will enable students who are
staying in Ann Arbor for Thanks-
giving to dance to Bob Steinle and,
his "Melody Men," Don Nixon, pub-,
licity chairman of the Union, said.
Cornstalks and hay will be the key-,
note for the decorations of the dance.
Pumpkins will be used to create an
authentic harvest atmosphere.
Table reservations can be made
now by calling in at the Union desk.
Since the football games are over,
tables are going to be placed around
the walls of the ballroom.
Barn Dance To Be Held
For Freshmen Tonight

Pi Lambda Theta
To Hold Initiation
Pi Lambda Theta, national wom-
en's educational honorary society, is
holding its initiation dinner at 6:30
p.m. today in ithe Henderson Room
of the League. Initiation 'eremonie'
will precede the dinner.
Miss Mary Farnsworth, Assistant
principal of Cooley High School, De-
troit, will address the group. Her
talk is entitled "Here, There and
Initiates are Lulu Mae Carpenter,
Elizabeth Crozier, Mary Frances Gar-
diner, Myrtle Holtby, Irene Kauska,
Mary , Alice MacKenzie, Johanna
Meijer, Florence Michlinski, Irene
Poole, Ruth Schorling, Marjorie Tate,
Martha Tillman and Betty Marwick.
Third Union Coffee Hour
Will Be Given Tuesday
Phi Delta Theta, Zone V., Pi Beta
Phi, and Betsy Barbour house will be
special guests at the third Union
Coffee Hour dance, being held from
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Don
Nixon, '40, publicity chairman, an-
English Boot and Shoe Maker

erine Sprick, Mary Ellen Wheeler,
Beverly Bracken, Dorothy Levan, Bet-
ty Kepler, Elizabeth Hegge, Katherine
Forberg, Ruth Davis, Frances Goar,
Betty Hoag, Lucille Hensatis, Sue,
Morgan, Margaret Whittemore, Mary
Henderson, Jane Grove, Thelma Web-
er, Charlotte Vignoe, Marcy Watkins,
Phyllis Gallagher, Maya Gruhzit,
Bessie R'oot, Yvonne Westrate, Jane
Higbee, Mary McConkey, Frances
Griffin, and Edith Lynch.,
Members of the publicity commit-
tee are Margaret Walsh, chairman,
Ruth Augspurger, Doris Brown,
Jeanne Brown, Margaret Cobb, Peggy
Cornelius, Mary Helen Davis, Barbara
Dittman, Katherine Forberg,. Jane
Grove, Maya Gruhzit, Norma Kap-
han, Dorothy Keene, Clara Lenfesty,
Doris Merker, Mary McConkey, Esth-
er Osser, Pedo Ortmayer, Anne Pas-
chal, Helen Rigterinck, CharlotteI
Robinson, Emily Sanderson, Jane1
Sapp, Elinor Sevison, Bette Smith,
Ann Stannard, Jean Tenofsky, Sue
Tussing, Marcy Watkins, and Mar-
cia Wilk.

1 raees n vi Uorri a rmnn, mau i
to simulate palm trees, will be placed
in the corners of the ballroom, and
cut flowers will be used in other parts
of the room. Dance programs will
carry out the black and silver color
scheme, with a touch of green as an
accenting note. The decorations are
designed to convey the effect of for-
Only 18 of the 413 tickets remain
to be sold, Barbara Bassett, '40, chair-
man of tickets, said. These tickets will I
be available from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
Rifle Club To Meet
MondayAt W.A.B.
All students interested in shoot-
ing are invited to attend the first
meeting of the rifle club, to be held
at 4:30 p.m. Monday in the Women's
Athletic Building, Betty Gross, '40,
president of the club, announced re-
The club's activities for this year
will include open shooting, intramur-
al tournaments, both beginning and
advanced, intercollegiate matches and
a match with the R.O.T.C. An
R.O.T.C. officer will coach the mem-
bers of the club, Miss Gross said.
There will be no charge for shoot-
ing, all guns, targets and ammuni-
tion being supplied free.
It is important that all those in-
terested in the club attend the meet-
ing Monday, Miss Gross said, as time
preferences will be made at that time.
It is not necessary to know how to
shoot to join the club.
the gymkhana by Betty Hood, '40,
president of the club, and Clarence
Hastings, the club's instructor.

Two Sororities Announce
Names Of Recent Pledges

Alpha Chi Omega announces the night, Clarence Kersin, '39, presidentI
pledging of Mary Anne Holaday, '4'2; of Student Religious Association, an-
of.. Detroit. nucd
Alpha Gamma Delta announces the nounced.
pledging of Audrey Sorenson, '42, of All freshmen who are interested in
Hornell, N.Y., and Gwendolyn Dunn, I the Freshmen Roundtables are invit-
'42SM, of Toledo, O. ed to attend. Old clothes will be worn.

A freshman barn dance will be
given at 8:30 p.m. at Lane Hall to-j

Fur is trimming everything this
season. Hats bordered with fur are
very smart to wear with your dress
coat, and muffs, large or small,
besides being comfortable, lend an
attractive appearance to your win-
ter outfit.
Riders To Attend
Annual Gymkhana
Virginia Barrows, '40 and Janet
Hiatt, '42, were chosen to attend
the annual gymkhana given by Flora
Stone Mather College, of Cleveland,
Ohio, which will be held today in
Miss Barrows and Miss Hiatt were
chosen to represent Crop and Saddle,
University women's riding club, at

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many more!
to $45
With hooded collars, dirndl skirts,
botton fronts! Black, wine and blue
velvet, fur trimmed and untrimmed,
coats and capes! Also "bunny" fur
$10.95 to $25.


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