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TMET11!

Committeemen Are

Announced

For

Soph Prom December

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PanhelleniecBall
Guests Named
By Committee
Mary Minor, Chairman,
Will Wear Rust Gown
With Rhinestone Clips

Theta Xi To Hold
Thanksgiving Eve
Dance At League

Members of the central committee
for Panhellenic Ball, to be held fromc
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the ball-
room of the League, announced theI
names of their guests yesterday. N
Mary Minor, '40, chairman, has in-
vited Lorne Meisel, '39, and will wear
a gown of rust satin with a pleated
bodice, and full skirt and accents of)
rhiiestone jewelry. Barbara Bassett,
'40, finance chairman, will have as
her guest a Detroit man, Martin1
Schiessler. She has chosen algown of
white crepe with silver jacket.
Hoop Skirt Appears Again f
Jack Payton, '41M, will be the
guest of Margaret Cram, '39, recep-
tion chairman. Miss.Cram's dress is
of red and blue changeable taffeta
with a hoop skirt. Jean Thompson,
'40, niusic chairman, will wear aqua-
marine net with a bolero jacket and
gold accessories. H. Warren Under-
wood, of Detroit, will attend the ballj
as her guest.
Taffetta Gowns Will Be Popular
Chartreuse taffetta trimmed with
violets will be worn by Bunty Bain,
'39Ed, decorations chairman, and she
will be accompanied by Jack Kasley,
Grad. Betty Brooks, '40, chairman of
program and floor committee, will
wear white satin with a redingote
skirt. Her guest will be John Bram
ham of Detroit.
List Of Guests Is Concluded
Frances Kahrs, '39, patron chair-
man, has selected a gown of black
with a velvet bodice and net skirt.
Errett Conway, '39F&C, will attend
the dance with her. Leonard Win-
gert,.'40L, will be the guest of Mar-
garet Greenhouse, '39, publicity chair-
man. Miss Greenhouse will wear black.
taffetta trimmed with rhinestones.'
The grand march which was dis-
pensed with last year for the first
time, will again be omitted. The third
floor of the League will be open to
men however, Miss Greenhouse said.,

Three hundred couples are expect-
ed to attend the Theta Xi pledge for-
mal tonight from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
at the League Ballroom, Philip Clark,
'39, chairman said' yesterday. The
dance is anannual affair, held tradi-
tionally on Thanksgiving eve.
The committee in charge of the
dance includes Clark, Thomas A. Jen-
sen, '39BAd; John R. Robinson, '40;
Thomnas 0. McKinley, '39BAd, Har-
vey E. Ellsworth, '49E and William C.
Blanchard, 41E.
Arno Weiss and his 10-piece Michi-
gan State orchestra will play for the
dance. They have played at the
Hotel Olds in Lansing; the Hotel Du-
rant in Flint; the Hotel Hayes in
Jackson and at resorts in the upper

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peninsula during the summer.
Decorations for the dance will be
based on the blue and white pledge
emblem of the fraternity.
Riding Club Is
First At Meet
Officers Will Be Elected
At Next Meeting Nov. 30
Virginia Barrows, '40, and Janet
Hiatt, '42, took first place i' the
pairs class at the gymkhana given by
Flora Stone Mather College Saturday
in Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Barrows al-
so took first place in the horseman-
ship class.
Miss Barrows and Miss Hiatt at-
tended the gymkhana as representa-
tives of Crop and Saddle, University
women's riding club. Representa-
tives of Flora Stone Mather College,
Lake Erie College and the University
took part in the gymkhana.
Crop and Saddle will hold a meet-
ing after its weekly supper ride at. 5
p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, Betty Hood,
'40, president of the club, announced.
Officers will be elected, the members
who attended the gymkhana will give
a report and plans for next spring
will be discussed. The dues, which
are 25 cents, are payable at the meet-
ing, Miss Hood said. The club will
not hold its weekly ride today.

Elected Heads
Are Assigned
Specific Posts
Members Of Committees
Are Appointed By Robert
Crane, Dance Chairman
The annual Soph Prom will be held
Dec. 9 in the Union Ballroom, Robert
Crane, '41, general chairman of the
dance announced yesterday.
Elections of the domnittee heads
were held last week, and specific as-
signments were made yesterday. Neal
Seegert will head the publicity comx-1
mittee; Elinor Sevison, the program
committee; Robert Morrison, the fin-
ance committee; Jane Grove, the
patrons committee; William Briggs,
the floor committee and John Sobes-
ky, the decorations committee.
Committee Members Are Named
Crane also announced the members
of respective committees. The pub-
licity committee includes Betty Brun-
drette, Phyllis Gallagher, Mary Elea-
nor MacCready, James Nielson,
George Rulison, A. Paul Smith and
IAnn Vedder.
The program committee is Ahade up
of Lila Foster, Maya Gruhzit, John
Kumler, Helen Nutting, and Neil
Vedder.
The finance committee includes
Don Carr, Ruth Davis, Betty Swift,
Dick Fletcher, Bill Newton and Don
Wilson. The patrons committee mem-
bership includes Charles Holton, Tad
Lynch. Roger Madden, and Jean
Pheneger.
Eligibility Slips Are Required
The floor committee includes Irv-
ing Botvin, Frances Bourke, John
Cory, Sue Flannagan, Gordon Hardy,
Elizabeth Hegge, Edna Kearney, Dick
Peckinpaugh, Glen Robinson, and
Emily Sanderson.
Decorations committee members
are Ray Allen, Helen Barnett, James
Fromm, Louise Garden, Douglas
Gould, Janet Homer, Edward King,
Kathryn Palmer, Jack Steketee, Rob-
ert Wagner, and Margaret Whitti-
more.
Committee members are requested
to bring their eligibility slips to their
first committee meeting to be turned
ih to the committee chairmen.
The central committee is consid-
ering several orchestras for the dance,
but the final decision has not yet
been made.
Helen Newberry
Wins Tournament
Helen Newberry Residence became
women's all-campus volleyball cham-
pion yesterday when it defeated Mar-
tha Cook 55 to 20 in the finals of the
intramural tournament.
The winning team was composed of
Helen Culley, '41, Mildred Curtis, '42,
Norma Curtis, '39, Eileen Boorsma,
'39E'd, Betty Shipman, '42, Betty
Sorenson, '39, Margaret Thornhill,
'39, and Patricia Walpole, '41. Sally
Connery, '40Ed, Mary Culbertson,
'40, Mary Blacklock, '40, Doryc6 Heif-
rich, '40, Beth Mihlethaler, '39Ed,
Irene Sabo, '39Ed, and Janet Sargent,
'40, played for Martha Cook.

Her .
Viewpoint
by VICKI

(icome-Across'
Committeemen
Are Appointed

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--- --_-----rChristmas Will Be Theme
Thanksgiving-and Michigan C rStatellBeThme
kh nh at For nter-Dorm Dance
people thank God for an alma main-I
ma that gives them a four day vaca- Saturday, December 10
tion, instead of one. Not that we want!
to be nasty, but-four days is four Committee members for the Christ-
days, and one day is nothing! mas Come-Across. an inter-dorm
IF we had four days, think of all dance to be held from 9 p.m. to 12
the people who could go home for the
occasion-what happiness would be p.m. Dec. 10 at the League, were an-
found in homes reunited after nounced yesterday by Jean Hartley,
'39, general chairman. Frances Bur-
months of heart-rending separation, ; 39 A i
what stacks and stacks of back home- gess, 39A, is assistant chairman.
work could be polished off (un huh), The publicity committee, headed by
what founts of vigor would spring Patricia Matthews, '40, is composed
anew in these poor old work-torn of Jean Tenofky, '41; Alberta Seren-
frames-if we only had four days. son, '39; Dorothy Park, '39; Mildred
Instead, those few wno live near Williams, '41; Gloria Watkins, '41;
enough tear home and back again, Barbara Johnson, '40 and Roberta
a quick hello and good-by, stopping r,'40.

A group of nearly 400 sorority I _______-4-
women met yesterday in the Lydia The annual Thanksgiving Dance
Mendelssohn Theatre for an open for students remaining in Ann Arbor
discussion of Panhellenic problems. will be held from ,:.00 p.m. 1-o 1:30
Dean Alice Lloyd, whose talk preced-
ed the discussion, pointed out the p.m. today at the Union. The egular
schism between sororities established Friday night dance this wvetk will
in the 1890's and those established in offer a special feature.
the 1920's as being the primary sor- Cornstalks and pumpkins will be
ority problem on the Michigan cam- used in the traditional autmin man-
pus. ner for decorations at the Thanks-
In referring to this problem, Dean gegratons xn ',thi
Lloyd indicated that the only ad- giving Dance. Don Nixon, '40, public-
ity chairman, said.
vantage of the older groups is in hav-
ing a stronger alumnae backing, while Richard Strain, '42, will give an
exhibition of ballet and tap ( .an icing at
the main purpose of sororities, to ehidayinight anc tan as
provide congenial living conditions theFridaynght dance. ,ran h
for university women, is as adequately appeared professionally ri Boston,
fulfilled within the younger groups as New York and Miami Beach hotels
illthe older. and night clubs and was on a circuit
in heincluding Netherland Plaza, Cincin-
Dean Lloyd recommended rotation nati, Ohio.
of the office of president of Panhel- Strain is a member of the Theta
lenic Association among the sorority Chi pledge class, and has received
groups and the restriction of talk of a recognition for his effective soft shoe

InPanhellenic

womenM eet Union To Hold
On Problems Dance Tonight

Richard Strain Will Give
Ballet Exhibition Fiidav

long enough to pick up a good case
Ball Tickets Go On Sale
The 16 remaining tickets to 3
Panhellenic Ball will be on sale
from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m: today
in the lobby of the League, Bar-
bara Bassett, '40, ticket chairman,
announced yesterday. The tickets
will be sold only to sorority wom-
en, and after today may be pur-
chased by calling Miss Bassett at
2-2569.
of indigestion. None of the leisurely
delight of the true epicurean sitting
down to a delicious repast of turkey
and pumpkin pie with the prospect
of r three beautiful, golden days of
lazy content-streching before him.
We really don't approve, you know.
Not that anyone gives a hoot, but we
don't. Take the people in Upper
1 Michigan for an example (or people
in Ohio, we don't care.) If they had
four days, consecutively, they could,
get home and back in fine style. In-
stead we get two and a half, and*
broken up at that.
One could argue that the people
who live too far away to get home
even in four days would feel just that
much worse. But who ever heard of
the man who objected to an extra day
and a half off, no matter where he
lives? And some of those people go
home with others, anyway. So there.
Which is all very childish in its
rather dense way. After all, there's no
hope of a four day vacation for an-
other ten years so there's no use cry,
ing over spilt milk, but, gee . . .
Sports Club To Sponsor
'Bike Hike' For Women
The outdoor sports club will hold a
"bike hike" at 2:15 p.m. Saturday,
Betty-Lou Witters, '41Ed, president of
the club, announced yesterday.
The first 25 women to sign up on
the bulletin board in Barbour Gym-
nasium before Friday may go on the
hike. After the bicycle ride the group
will return to the Women's AthletiQ
Building for refreshments, ping pong
and bowling. The only expense will
be the rental fee of the bicycle, Miss
Witters said.

Decorations Committee Named
Members of the decorations com-
mittee include Mary Allinson, '40Ed,
chairman; Margaret Thornhill, '39;
rUuIn, Rnl. "An- unemaiie'Day- drgt

ona Bon, 4u; Rosemarie Ray-. eoao
mond, 40: Virginia Duran, '40; Mary this prob
Van Weld, '40; Carol Lavigne, '40:
Margaret Van Ess, '41; Anne Schaef- Among
by the P
fer, '40SM; Frances Nevin, '41; Betty sented b
Lou Witters, '41Ed and Marian Ge- one whic
toor, '39 M. by the a
The tickets committee consists of rushingt
Sally Manthei, '40, chairman; Marvis ing orch
Schwartz, '40; Jane Sapp, '41; Mary Anoth
Van Welde, '40Ed; Dorothy Park, '39; ating in
Mildred Williams, '41; Clara Len- Panhelle
festy, '41; Helen Culley, '41; Mary man won
Spurgeon, '40: Ellen Redner, '40; rushing
Madeline Larsen, '39; Dorothy Zind- men wit
ler, '39; Jane Campbell, '39; Beatrice addition
Hopkins, '39Ed; Zenovia Skoratko, Panhellc
'40; Jean King, '39; Lura Stewart, '39; include
Dorcye Helfrich, '39; Virginia Dur- about ea
and, '40; Rose Mary Lehman, '4,1; referenc
Barbara Taft, '41; Ethel Norberg, '40; The sy
Miss Lavign, Margery Allison, '41 and indicate(
Elaine Alpert, '41. 'internal
Miss Skoratko Heads Committee Igroup.
The patrons committee is headed
by Miss Skoratko and it includes Phi
Miss Spurgeon, Ruth Seekamp, '39;
Miss Campbell, Florence Micklinski, Phi C
'40, Alberta Royal, '40; Miss Thorn- mal dar
hill, Helen Weckler, '40; Barbara today ii
Johnson, '40; Roberta Moore, '40; chapero
Margary Allison, '41; Betty Baxter, sell De.
'39, Ella Mae Burton. '40 and Rose- Davis.I
mary Lehman, '41. 1 will pl

ry nature as aids in solving'
blem.
g the recommendations made
Panhellenic Council and pre-
y Stephanie -Parfet, '39, was
eh was very favorably received
udience: the suggestion that
expenses be cut by eliminat-
estras at rushing parties.
er suggestion, this one origin-
i the audience, was that a
nic tea in honor of fresh-
men be held preceding formal
in the fall to acquaint fresh-
h the Greek letter system. In
, it was suggested that the
enic Directory be expanded to
more detailed information
ach sorority, including some
e to the financial side.
ystem of sorority annexes was
d as being injurious to the

routines and varieties in off beat
rhythm, Nixon stated. A Boston news-
paper has called Strain "one of the
finest dancers seen here in a long
time."
Bob Steinle and his "Melody Men"
will furnish the music for both dances.
Table reservations may be made at
the main desk of the Union.
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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working of

the sororityI

Chi To Hold Dance
hi fraternity will hold a for-
nce from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
n honor of its pledges. The
ns will be Dr. and Mrs. Rus-'
Jong and Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Ray Carry and his orchestra
ay.

HIGH STYLES FOR
FORMAL OCCASIONS
with
Eugene, Gabrieleen, and
Machineless Permanents
RAGGEDY ANN
'Beauty ShoP

1114 S. Univ. Ave.

Ph. 7561

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Wednesday, Friday and Saturday!
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In red, green, white and black.
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Special Group of Fur-Trimmed
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Excellent opportunity to select a new winter coat, from our regular
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Special Group o
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