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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)avy Jones' Locker To Be League Fair Theme Decembe
irious Booths Fitted Reefers Favored )P Le Ba1 Indo r Sports Season 'O' W'Kindly
7 I e oneou~ly a
Till Represent Held Yesterday; A thletic Association To Start /londay e
Undersea Life YAttended By80___ion. The date
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r 2,3
irate' Correction
in Thursday's Daily
nnnounced yesterday as
day for "The Kindly
Iren's Theatre produc-
m for performances were
y appeared in the story.

Decorations and entertainment for
the 1938 League Fair, to be held Fri -
day and Saturday in conjunction with
Sophomore Cabaret, will be centered
around the theme "Davy Jones' Lock-
er," Ellen Cuthbert, '39, general
chairman, announced yesterday.
Both the Cabaret and the Fair will
represent undersea life, with each
one of the booths of the latter carry-
ing out a particular phase of the
scheme. Ten booths will be spon-
sored by various women's honor so-
cieties on campus, and the League
Faif proper wi have a concession.
Bingo will be played in the Con-
course of the League, ir the center of
which will be a Christmas tree hung
with prizes to be awarded during the
games.
One of the main events of the Fair
will be the raffle of a one hundred
dollar arm-chair model of a Zenith
radio-phonograph. A limited num-
ber of tickets for the raffle will be
sold beginning tomorrow in the
League lobby and throughout 'the
week by members of the central com-
mittee and the League Council. The
winner of the prize will be anounced
Saturday night.
The League Fair is traditionally
held by the upperclass women on
the same nights as Sophomore Caba-
ret. The second floor of the League
is converted into a carnival with a
nu'mber of booths in which games
and'tests of skill are presented. The
theme of the affair is in harmony
with that of the Cabaret, "Deep Sea
Doodles. .
Three Fraternities
Give After-Holiday
Dances This Week
The Union and League will be the
pleasure spots of the weekend with
the exception of three fraternities
which have braved the after-Thanks-
giving Panhellenic ball lull to give
parties tonight,;
Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity is
giving an informal radio dance from
9 p.m. to midnight today. Prof. and
Mrs. L. C. Maugh and Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Beebe are chaperoning. An
informal radio dance will also be
given from 9 p.m. to midnight at the
Alpha Kappa Psi house. Chaperons
will be Prof. and Mrs. R. V. Redcliff
and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barden.
A ,pledge formal is being given by
Tau Epsilon Rho, national legal fra-
ternity, from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
day ,in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Room of the League. Bill McKay and
his orchestra will play. Dr. Bernard
Heller and Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Rabin-
owitz are chaperoning.
An informal tea in honor of the
Alpha Delta Pi sorority is being given
by the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity
from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., tomorrow.
Mrs. H. A. Huey and Mrs. E. W. Van
Hook will chaperon.
CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTE
Recent initiations as announced by
various chapter houses on campus are
as follows:
Collegiate Sorosis
Collegiate Sorosis recently initiated
Miriam E. Smith, '41, of Howell, and
Esther Jane Vennell, '41, of Grand
Rapids.
Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma announces the
pledging of Caroline Guernsey, '41, of
Canton, Ohio.
Eta Kappa N'
Eta Kappa Nu announces the in-
itiation of Fred H.' Chapman, '39,
Charles E. Moore, '39, Merle, W. Heid-
man, '39, Andrew J. Nichols, '39, and
William D. Tibbets, '39. Professors

H. S. Bull and Lewis N. Holland of the
clectrical engineering department
were also initiated.
Phi Sigma Kappa
John V. Sobesky, '41E, was initiated
into Phi Sigma Kappa..
Phi Kappa Psi
Phi Kappa Psi recently initiated
William Dobson, '41.

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After years of swagger, the re-
actionaries are turning more and
more to fitted coats. One of the
trimmer models of the season is
this snug, double-breasted reefer
of monotone tweed. There is a
military air about its brief flared
skirt, square shoulders, and up-
and-down rows of buttons.
Lent D. Upson
To Speak Here
A.A.U.W. To Hear Talk
At 4:15 P.M._Tuesday
The fourth in a series of lectures
on public affairs, being sponsored by
the American Association of Univers-
ity Women, will be given at 4:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the Rackham Building
by Mr. Lent D. Upson. His topic will
be "The Michigan Tax System."
Mr. Upson is a director of the De-
troit Bureau of Government Research.
He is professor and head of the school
of public affairs at Wayne University
and is chairman of the State Tax
study Commission. Mr. Upson is also
a member of the State Commission on
Reform and Modernization of Govern-
ment and the Civil Service Study
Commission. He is the author of
"Municipal Administration in the
United States," and other well known
reports on governmental topics.
Prof. James K. Pollock is directing
the series of lectures on public af-
fairs and Mrs. Charles Noble is gen-
eral A.A.U.W. chairman assisting him.
J-Hop Interviews
To Be Monday Only
Interviewing for J-Hop positions
for women will be from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday, it was announced yes-
terday by Sybil Swartout, '39, chair-
man of Judiciary Council. Miss Swart-
oi4 emphasized the fact that inter-
viewing will last one day only, and
that applicants who do not have their
eligibility cards will not be considered.
Miss Swartout also stated that any
applicants who find it impossible be-
cause of classes to be present Monday
should leave a note for her to that
effect before 3 p.m. Monday on the
bulletin board of the Undergraduate
office in the League.

Nun-merous Chapter House
Dinners Are Held Before
Annual Sorority Dance
Numerous formal dinners preceded
Panhellenic Ball, attended by 400
couples from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. yester-
day at the League. Alpha Delta Pi and
Pi Beta Phi entertained their dinner
guests at the Haunted Tavern.
The other dinners, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Chi
Omega, Alpha Omicron Pi, Gamma
Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Delta
were held at the chapter houses.
Mary Minor, '40, chairman of the
ball, wore white net with a silver
beaded bodice and full skirt. Her
guest was Loren Meisil, '39. White
was chosen by two other committee-
men. Barbara Bassett, '40, and Betty
Brooks, '40, who wore white crepe and
white satin respectively.
Miss Bassett Chooscs Wite
Miss Bassett chose a silver jacket,
silver slippers, and rhinestone clips
for her hair as accessories. Martin
Schiessler, of Detroit, attended the
ball with Miss Bassett.
Miss Brooks' gown was white satin
with a redingote skirt, and with it
she wore silver slippers. Another De-
troit man, John Bramham, was her
guest.,Jack Payton, '41M, attended
the dance with Margaret Cram, '39,
who wore a red and blue changeable
taffeta dress with a hoop skirt.
Aquamarine Net Worn I
Aquamarine net with bolero jacket
and gold accessories fashioned the
gown of Jean Thompson, '40, whose
guest was H. Warren Underwood, of
Detroit. Bunty Bain, '39Ed, wore
chartreuse taffeta trimmed with vio-
ets. Her guest was Jack Kasley,
Grad.
Black velvet and net were worn by
Frances Kahrs, '39, whose guest was
Errett Conway, '39F&C. Margaret
Greenhouse, '39, attended with Leon-
ard Wingert, '40L. Her dress was of
black taffeta trimmed with rhine-
stones.
Jean Holland, '39, invited Dave
Cushing, '40, and wore rose and gray
changeable taffeta. Stephanie Parfet,
'39, wore white satin with a shirred
bodice and full skirt, and Stanford
Ladd, '39L, was her guest.
Mmes Will Give Skit
At Union Coffee Hour
Another of the regular Union Coffee
Hour dances will be held from 4:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Union, Don Nixon, Union publicity
chairman announced yesterday. Zone
7, Jordon Hall, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma sorority and Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity are to be the special guests.
Although these groups are especial-
ly invited, all students are cordially
urged to attend the dance. Cutting
is encouraged, as these informal gath-
erings have as their purpose the get-
ting acquainted of men and women
students, Mr. Nixon said.
Mimes will present a skit called
"Do You Want To Be An Actor?"
and all Coffee Hour guests will have
an opportunity to take part in this
skit.
HAT R ED
One grou
marked
Values $3.95 to $600.

DANA RIC
309 South Statc Strect

The first indoor season, sponsored
by the Women's Athletic Association,
will begin Monday. This season's
sports will include badminton, basket-
ball, bowling, dance, fencing, outdoor
sports, rifle and swimming.
The first meeting of the badminton
chub will be held at 4:15 p.m. Friday
at Barbour Gymnasium, Florence
Corkum, '4lEd, badminton manager,
announced. Membership in the club
is open to all who have playing abil-
ity. A women's singles tournament
will be held this season.
Tournament To Begin
The women's intramural basketball
tournament will begin at 5:10 p.m.
Monday when zone I plays Chi Ome-
ga. Times for play will be 4:30 p.m.
and 5:10 p.m. Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, Pedro
Ortmayer, '41, basketball .manager,
said. The gymnasium may be used
for practice upon request before Mon-
day.
The bowling alleys in the Women's
Athletic Building rare open from 3:15
p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. daily and from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. Saturdays. The fee for women
students is five cents a line in the
afternoon and 10 cents in the evening.
Men students may use the alleys at
any time if accompanied by a woman
student. Their fee is 15 cents a line.
Bowling Now Taught
A women's singles tournament and
a mixed doubles tournament will be
held this season. Instructional classes
for women will be given this year
for the first time. Anyone interested
in entering either of the tournaments
or in joining one of the classes may
sign up at the Women's Athletic
Mary Andrew,
Thomas Ayres
Married Here
The wedding of two former stu-
dents of the University was performed
at 4 p.m. yesterday in the chapel of
the League, when Mary V. Andrew,
37, and Thomas G. Ayres, '37, were
married.
The bride, daughter of Mr. Alex-
ander Andrew of Houghton, was
president of Assembly her senior year.
Mr. Ayres, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Ayres of Detroit, is affiliated with
Trigon fraternity.
Margaret Ferries, '38, acted as
bridesmaid for Miss Andrew, and the
services of best man were performed
by John R. Mann, '40L. Ralph Hurd,
37, of Detroit, seated the guests.
The bride wore a gown of cream
satin, which had a row of covered
buttons down the back and a short
train. The push-up sleeves were
slightly puffed at the shoulders. Her
bouquet was tied with a bow of apri-
cot satin, and had lilies of the valley
twined in the streamers. A coronet
of cream satin held the tulle veil in
place.
Miss Ferries' gown was of blue
moire taffeta with a hoop skirt. Both
the bride and her attendant wore
pearls.
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Building. Jeannette Stickels; '40, was ties will include a bicycle ride Satur-
recently chosen bowling manager. day, ice-skating Saturday, Dec. 10,
The dance club meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Coliseum, an inter-class ice
Wednesdays and at 4:15 p.m. Thurs- skating meet Wednesday, Dec. 14, and
days at Barbour Gyrmnasium. Anyone.1 a winter carnival Saturday, Jan. 7.
interested in dance is welcome to join Crop and Saddle, women's riding
the club. Beth O'Roke, '40A, manager club, will hold a meeting after its
of the club, said. A Christmas recital weekly supper ride at 5 p.m. Wednes-
will be given this season. day to elect new officers. The club
The first meeting of the fencing will ride after Thanksgiving this year,
club will be held at 4:30 p.m. Monday Betty Hood, '40, president of the club,
in the fencing room in the basement said.
of Barbour Gymnasium, Julia Ann The rifle club held its first meeting
Upson, '41Ed, fencing manager, an- Monday at the Women's Athletic
nounced. Women with at least one Building. The, rifle range will open
season of instruction in fencing are Monday and the hours for shooting,
eligible for membership. A round will be from 3:30 p:m. to 5:30 p.m.
robin tournament within the clrb will Monday through Friday. Intramural
be held -this season. matches will be held this season, Betty
The outdoor sports club has planned Gross, '40, manager of the club, said,
various activities for this season, and tournaments will be scheduled
Betty Lou Witters, '41Ed, manager for experienced and novice marks-
of the club, announced. These activi- men.

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offers an
extra some-
thing It's the
knowledge that
you are giving a
worthwhile, quality
gift, as lasting as the
sentiment behind it.
Bring your Christmas
list in early this year. We
have so many "just right"
gifts, that ,it will be a real
pleasure to do your shopping
here. . . From real - stone and
precious-metal jewelry, to fine
American-made watches, Hamilton
Elgin and
Waltham,
you can be
sure you'll choose a satisfy-
ing quality gift, reason-
ably priced if you shop at

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College and Fraternity Jewelry
Carl F. Bay

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p of Hats
to' $2.95

22-23-24 headsizes,

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