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THE MICHIGAN DAItY

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Ruthven Tea Week's Events
Will Be Held Feature Prom,1
Wednesday To Be Date; Two Concerts
Students Are Invited
Two symphony concerts, the Bos-
The second Ruthven Tea of the ton Symphony and the University
semester will be held from 4 p.m. to Symphony, and the annual Soph
6 P.M. Wednesday at the home of the Prom are the outstanding events of
6 p~. Wdnesay t th hoe ofthethis week's campus activities.
President. Mary Minor, '40, is intSeek' us actilltnuc. h
charge of the affair. ' Serge Koussevitsky will conduct the
Boston Symphony in a Choral Union
Special guests at the tea will be concert at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
Betsy Barbour Residence, Zone IV, Hill Auditorium. The program will
Delta Gamma, Allen Rumsey House, consist of a symphony by Haydn,
Hermitage and Alpha Delta Phi. Debussy's La Mer, and Tchaikowsky's
Those members of the faculty and Fourth Symphony.
their wives who have been especially Thor Johnson will conduct the
invited to the tea are Prof. and Mrs. University Symphony at a concert at
Herbert A. Kenyon, Prof. and Mrs. 4:15 p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
Karl Litzenberg, Prof. and Mrs. Joseph Brinkman will be the piano
Dwight C. Long, Prof. and Mrs. Dan- soloist. The orchestra will play se-
iel L. Rich and Prof. and Mrs. Julio 4 lections by Brahms, Wagner, and
del Toro. Rimsky-Korsakof.
The names of those who will pour Soph Prom will be held from 10
at the tea, and those members of the I p.m. until 2 a.m. Friday in the Union.
social committee who will assist will ! Frankie Masters and his orchestra
be announced later, Miss Minor said. will furnish the music for the dance.
The series of Ruthven Teas are given A campus poll for favorite popular
for the entire student body of the selections to be played by him is be-
University ing conducted.
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cold winter season is this doubler
breasted camels hair coat. Thea
wide belt gives it a youthful ap-
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Committeemen
To Give Plans
Of 1939 JG P
McKelvey To Direct Play;
Dean Lloyd And Dr. Bell
Will AddressGroup
A mass meeting of all junior women
will be held at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the League ballroom to discuss plans
for ,the 1939 Junior Girls Play, Dor-
othy Shipman, '40, announced yes-
terday. Transfer students and sec-
ond semester sophomores will be
eligible to take part in the play next
semester and are also urged to attend.
Dean Alice Lloyd will address the
group on the subject of J.G.P. and
Dr. Margaret Bell will discuss health
rechecks which are necessary before
women may participate. Lists of
committee members will be read and
preference slips given to women as
they enter so that they may sign up
for committee positions if they have
not already done so.
Finances To Be Discussed
Jean Tibbets, '40, finance chair-
man, will discuss collection of the
one-dollar class dues which each
junior woman must pay before par-
ticipating. Betty Stadleman, '40,
music chairman, and Maxine Nelson,
'40, dance chairman, will discuss
chorus and solo work in their respec-
tive fields.
Miss Shipman will explain for the
benefit of those who did not attend
the mass meeting held last spring the
duties of the various committee chair-
men and members. Patty Haislip will
give eligibility requirements; eligibil-
ity slips will not be necessary at the
meeting tomorrow but must be shown
at the first committee meetings.
McKelvey To Direct
The dates for the play have been
announced as March 22 through
March 25, and it will be directed by
Richard McKelvey, Grad., major
Hopwood award winner and director
for the 1938-39 Children'shTheatre.
He was the author of "The Kindly
Pirate" which the Theatre presented
Friday and yesterday.
Last year's J.G.P. was directed by
Sarah Pierce, and written by Jean
Keller and Russell McCracken, both
graduates of the University. Itfwas
called "The, Mulberry Bush," from
the nursery rhyme that inspired the
play.
Bowling Contest
Will Be Held Soon
A mixed doubles and a women's
singles bowling tournament will begin
immediately after Christmas vaca-
tion, Jeannette Stickels, '40, bowling
manager, announced recently.
Anyone interested in entering one
or both of the tournaments may sign
up in Barbour Gyinasium or the
Women's Athletic Building, either on
the bulletin board or at the bowling
alleys in the basement, before Fri-
day, Dec. 16, Miss Stickels said.

W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
Badminton: Mixed play from
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, Tues-
day and Friday; mixed club at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday; club meet-
ing at 4:15 p.m. Friday.
Basketball: Alpha Phi vs. Delta
Gamma at 4:30 p.m. Monday;
Zone IV vs. Jordan Hall and Ade-
lia Cheever vs. Martha Cook at
5:10 p.m. Monday; Delta Delta
Delta vs. Collegiate Sorosis and
Betsy Barbour vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday; Zone
II vs. Gamma Phi Beta and Hel-
en Newberry vs. Pi Beta Phi at
5:10 p.m. Tuesday; Alpha Gamma
Delta vs. Ann Arbor Independents
and Alpha Chi Omega vs. Alum-
nae House at 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day; Alpha Delta Pi vs. Zone X
and Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Chi
Omega at 5:10 p.m. Wednesday;
winner of Betsy Barbour-Kappa
Alpha Theta game vs. winner of
Delta Gamma-Alpha Phi game
and loser of Betsy Barbour-Kappa
Alpha Theta game vs. loser of
Delta Gamma-Alpha Phi game at
1f30 p.m. Thursday; Kappa Delta
is. loser of Delta Delta Delta-
3orosis game and Alpha Omicron
Pi vs. winner of Delta Delta Delta-
Sorosis game at 5:10 p.m. Thurs-
day.
Bowling: 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and
T p.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays; 3 p.m.
'1o 5 p.m. Saturday.
Dance Guild: Meetings at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday and at 4:15 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Outdoor Sports: Ice skating Sat-
arday at Coliseum.
Fencing: Meetings at 4:15 p.m.
Monday and at 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.

Held Tomorrow
Tea Dance Will Be Held Thursday
The third in the series of Assembly- Christmas, and carrying out this
Congress tea dances will be held from theme. Santa Claus will offer refresh-
4 t 6 ~m.Thusda intheLeague gents, Besides dancing to the re~u-
4 to 6 p.m. Thursday in the arLeague orhsrasavenger
Ballroom, Phyllis McGeachy, '40, and hunLehed,,aakesge
Roland Rhead, '40, co-chairmen of hunt will be held, and a "kisses
the affair, announced yesterday. scramble.
These tea dances, sponsored by the Two tickets to weekend dances at
independent organizations on. cam- the League will be awarded as prizes.
pus, are for the benefit of all campus . The committee from Assembly is:
groups. Special invitation will be ex- Jeanne Judson, '40, Gladys Engel,
tended to several of the women's dor- '40, Betty Myers, '39, Zenovia Skorat-
mitories, Miss McGeachy said. The ko, '40 and Miss McGeachy. From
usual admission charge of 25 cents Congress are: Harris Dean, '40, Wil-
for men and no fee for women will liam Meckley, '40E, James Huber,
be retained. '42E, Arthur Kostman, '40, and Mr.
The theme of the affair is to be Rhead.

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with sequins, angora boleros soft as new-fallen

Independents
t PlanMeeting
Miss Lloyd Will Address
Assembly On Tuesday
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Dean'of Wom-
en, will address the meeting of As-
sembly to be held at 4:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Betty Jane Mansfield announced,
yesterday.
All members must attend the meet-
ing, which has been changed, Miss
Mansfield said, from 5 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. The business meeting will not
start until after the social program.
Those who cannot come on time are
requested to come as soon as possible.
Assembly's participation in the new
cooperative house movement for wom-
en will be discussed. A meeting for
all women on campus interested in
this subject will be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the League.
It is imperative that all league
house representatives be present, and
that the dormitory group and the
Ann Arbor Independents have their
full quota at the meeting Tuesday
afternoon, Miss Mansfield empha-
sized. Other topics of discussion will
be the Inter-Dormitory Dance and
social actviities for league house
women.
The social program, which is be-
ing planned by the League House
group, will include the singing of
Christmas carols and entertainment
pertaining to Christmas.

Announce, Betrothal
Of Ruth B._Alldrige
The engagement of Ruth B. All-
drige, '38, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Alldrige of Mount Lebanon,'
Pittsburgh, and John A. Smithers of
Detroit, is announced. Mr. Smithers
is the son of Mr. J. J. Smithers and
the late Mrs. Smithers of Elkhart,
Ind.
Miss Alldrige is affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta, and she was chap-
ter president of the sorority ast year.
She was a member of the Theatre
Arts committee of the League and
the University Girls' Glee Club.
Mr. Smithers is a member of Phi
Delta Theta. For three consecutive
years he won his letters as fullback on
the football varsity. He was also
pitcher on the Michigan baseball
team. At present, Mr. Smithers is
associated with the Ford Motor Co

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