THE MICHIGAN DAILrY
Tweed Is Fail Favorite
Vill Be Made
Today's Football Celebrations
To Include Dances, Luncheons
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Dornitories To Be Visited
Monday; League House
Tours To Start Tuesday
Tours of all the dormitories and
League Houses on campus will be
made by a group of independent wo-
men beginning Monday night as part
of the Independent Fortnight .cele-
bration anid as Assemblys contribu-
tion to Orientation, Betty Jane Mans-
field, '39, Assembly president, an-
fhe tours, under the direction of
Ruth Hartman, '39, secretary of As-
sembly, will be made for the express
purpose of acquainting undergradu-
ate women with the extra-curricular
opportunities and activities which are
available to them. Miss Hartman has
been assisted by Senior Society, un-
der Mary Frances Browne, '39, and
by Marjorie Tate, '39, president of
the dormitory board of Assembly.
The tours are not a new idea,' Miss
Mansfield said, but it is felt that more
success 'will be attained in the activity
W.A.A. To Be Discussed
Visits to the seven dormitories will
occur between 10:30 and 11:30
p. m. Monday, and at that time the
representatives will discuss W.A.A.,
its activities and organization rules
of conduct for all undergraduate wo-
men and the zoning system for League
houses. Additional information ma-
terial will be left at the residences
for women to consult.
Between 10:30 and 11:30 p.m
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
the League houses will be visited. Spe-
cial effort will be made to enlarge
upon the duties and purpose of the
zoning system, which was established
to furnish competition in sports be-
tween various League house groups.
Officers' Names To Be Taken
At this time, names of all resi-
dence officers, especially those of the
president and athletic managers;
must be 'trned in to the speakers
making the tours. The women making
the tours will then be responsible for
the entire year to both W.A.A. and
Assembly for the activities of her
They will see that the officers'
names are turned in, check the
records and, finding certain members
of the house who are not active in
extra-curricular affairs, encourage
them to participate Thiey plan to be-
come as wel acquainted with the
women in those houses as possible.(
To Visit Mosher Hall
Norma Curtis, '39, and Marie Mc-1
Elroy, '39, will visit Mosher Hall Man-
day, and Jean Hoilland, '39, and Eliza-
beth White; '39, will go to Jordan
Hall. At Martha Cook Building will be
Miss Browne and Barbara Eppstein,
'39, while Betsy Barbour HiIouse and
Adelia Cheever Residence Hall' will be
toured by Miss Marisfield and Bettie
Hloward, '39.' Miss Tate and Martha
Tillman, '39, will speak to the women
in Helen Newberry Residence and
The League house tours Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, will be
made by these same women, with the
addition of Grace Wilson, '39M,
Madeleine Krieghoff, '39, Miss Hart-
man, Myrra Short, '39, Ellen Cuth-
bert, '39,. Betty Slee, '40, Mary Eve-
lyn Owen, '39, and Phyllis MGeachy,
Social Hour Is Planned
A social "coke" hourahas been
planned for all Ann Arbor independ-
ent women living at home or in priv-
ate residences, to be held at 4 p. m.
Tuesday in a room to be announced
on the League bulletin board. At this
first meeting of the year, plans for
the season will be discussed, after
which the members will attend the
Independent Fortnight will con-
clude Friday with the tea'dance for
independent women which will take
place in the League. Although all in-
dependent women have been urged to
come by Miss Mansfield, special invi-
tations will be sent to women new to
the University this year.
Open Date Of Tennis
The women's singles tennis tourna-
ment will begin Wednesday, Dorothy
Maul, '39, tennis manager, announced
Anyone interested may sign-up at
the Women's Athletic Building, but
all entries must be in by Monday.
The State game!-and the first big;
weekend of the new semester. Fra- '
ternities, sororities and dormitories
are entertaining football enthusiasts
with luncheons before the game and
open-houses and dances after the
Adelia Cheever House is having
open-house for friends and out-of-
town guests as is Alpha Omega fra-;
ternity. Alpha Delta'Pi sorority and
Alpha Epsilon Phi fraternity are al-;
so opening etheir houses after the
game to celebrate the occasion of,
the annual Michigan-Michigan State,
classic. Alpha Delta Pi will entertain
from 5:30 p.m until 6 p.m.
To Hold Buffet Supper
Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity is hav-;
ing a buffet supper which will be,
served from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. honoring ;
their alumni and State chapter mem-
bers. An informal radio dance will
follow the supper. MIr. and Mrs.'
Frederick Basom and Dr. and Mrs.
Frederick Sparrow, Jr. have been
asked to chaperon.
Alpha Tau Omega is having an in- I
formal radio dance also, which will be;
preceded by a buffet supper. The
supper will be served at 5:30 p.m. and,
the dancing will continue until 9 p.m.
The chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
Walter J. Emons and Mr. and Mrs.-
Leslie A. Wikel.
Betsy Barbour House is having a;
tea following the game. Chi Omega,
sorority is having a luncheon at 12:30
p.m. today for theirsalumnae and I
visiting sorority sisters from NMichi-,
gan State College.,
Will Entertain Alumni,
Chi Phi will entertain their De-
trait alumni at their annual Alpha
Tau Chapter House dinner at 6:151
p.m. today. This dinner is to be
game by Lambda Chi Alpha, followed
by a dinner in honor of the Michigan
State College chapter of the frater-
nity. Phi Beta Delta will hold an in-
formal dance at 9 p.m. today.
Phi Chi To Hold Supper
Phi Chi fraternity is giving a buf-
fet supper at 5:30 p.m. today for
their friends and alumni guests. Phi
Delta Epsilon fraternity will give a
buffet luncheon preceding the game
and will have open-house with in-
formal dancing for their guests to
celebrate the aftermath. The chap-
erons will be Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
Bloom and Dr. and, Mrs. S. Milton
Phi Kappa Psi fraternity is giving
a dance from 9 p.m. o 12 p.m. to
celebrate the exciting occasion. Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Rodgers and Mr. and ?
Mrs. Kenneth Meyers are chaperon-
ing. Larry Morse and his orchestra
Luncheon Will Honor Alumni
Phi Kappa Sigma is honoring theiri
alumni with a luncheon at 12:15 p.m.
today. Phi Kappa Tau is having
a buffet supper at 6:30 today followed
by a radio dance. Mr. and Mrs. Fred,
Heller and Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Van
Duersen will be the chaperons.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fzaternity will'
entertain its Michigan State chapter
with a luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today
as part of the climax of the intense
rivalry between the two schools. The
finish to this annual feud will take
place in the evening when a dinnerr
will be given at 6:15 honoring the
winning school. The chapter repre-
senting the winning side will carry off
the crested sheep skin. Let us hope
that it will be the Michigan chapter
that will wear the victorious smile.
3 Rahs and a Locomotive!
The Football Shop
TWEED SUITS to make a fashion touchdown
in ! Color-drenched sturdy wools in mixed
jackets and plain skirts or matching mixed
sets ! ....$16.95
WOOL DRESSES bright as lollipops!
plaids, stripes, peasant styles, dirndels, shirt-
makers, many more !
$7.95 to $10.95
REVERSIBLE COATS in huge, blanket plaids,
smaller checks - plain colors too! Gabardine-
lined and reversible! $14.95 to $19.95
WOOL JACKETS- in the grand, noisy plaids!
The classic three-piece tweed
reei'er suit is as always the choice
of well-dressed football fans.
Checks and plains too.
$495 and $6.95
WOOL SKIRTS in plaids, checks, plains and
$1.95 to $5.95
combined with their regular rushing
dinner. The wives of the alumni have Dance To Be Scene
also been invited. l *
Delta Delta Delta is holding anG deN'
open-house for their alumnae and Of Gardenia NighL
friends following the big game. A I
football tea dance will be given at A special "Gardenia Night," to be
Helen Newberry Residence as part of sponsored by the Ann Arbor Inde-
the aftermath. Janet Park, '39, is in pendents, will take place today at the
JERSEY TALON ZIP JACKETS cut as bugs -
many colors. $2.95
ANGORA MITTS and GLOVES.
/ CHAPTER HOUSE
Initiations and pledgings have been'
announced recently by fraternities
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
initiation of Norman Kaphan, '40,
and Ruth L. Schwartz, '40.
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi.Delta announces the in-
itiation Tuesday of June Bock, '40A,
Elizabeth A. Welsh, '40, and Frances
M. Haskins, '41A:
Alumnae House recently installed
the following officers: Beatrice Hop-1
kins, '39Ed; president; Anne Schaef-
fer, '40SM, vice-president; Marian
Getoor '39SM, secretary; Betty Lou,
Witters, '4lEd&A, treasurer; Zenovia
Skoratko, '40, and Anne Schaeffer,
'40SM social chairmen.
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta announces the
initiation Tuesday evening of Clara
Louise Fulde, '41, Virginia Sapping-
ton, '41, and Frances Haigh, '41. At
the installation of officers last week,
Margaret McCall, '39 was made presi-
dent and Jane Lyon, '39, vice-presi-
Phi Alpha Kappa
Phi Alpha Kappa announces the
pledging of Will Van Sonkhuizen,
'40A, Zierikzee, Netherlands; William
Van Dusen, '38BAd, Rochester, N.Y.;
James Bosna, '41M, Grand Rapids;
George Dejong, '38M, Chicago; Stew-
art Geelhoed, '42 BAd, Bryan Center;
Harold Hartger, '39L, Grand Rapids;
Julius Mellena, '42BAd, Chicago;
Mellan Posthuma, '38M, Grand Rap-
ids; Howard Schaubel, '38M, Grand
Rapids; Gene Sevenama, '38M, Grand
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charge of the arrangements for the
dance. Helen Jane Barr, '38, and
lMargaret Thornhill, '39, will pour.
Another tea will be given after the
Rapids; William Simmons, '38M,
Grand Rapids; Herman Vander Mo-
len, Grad. Ed., Grand Rapids.
Phi Beta Pi
Phi Beta Pi entertained at dinner
Wednesday and Thursday those
members of its alumni who have re-,
turned for the Medical Alumni Re- I
union being held Thursday, Friday!
and Saturday at the University Hos-
League dance and is to be given as,
part of the celebration of the State
game, Mary Frances Reek, '39, presi-
dent of the Independents, announced
The flowers will be sold at tables,
decorated with Michigan and State
colors, set up in the League lobby.
Sale will begin at 5:30 p. m. today
when single gardenia corsages will
be sold for 35 cents apiece.
The women who will sell are Eliza-
beth Notley, '39, Merida Hobart,
Spec., Frances Herdrich, '41, Mary J.
O'Donnell, '40, Miss Reek, Evelyne
Eichelberger, '41, Elizabeth Judson,
'40, and Jeanne Judson, '40.
Mrs. Vandenberg Speaks
More than 300 guests and members
of the Michigan Alumnae Club lis- 6
tened to a talk given by Mrs. Arthur
H. Vandenberg of Grand Rapids and
Washington, D.C. in the Horace ii,
Rackham School recently.
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Read and Use The Michigan Daily Classifed Ads.
Eligibility Slips Are Due
Members of the candy booth com-
mittee of the League are asked to
submit their class schedules and
eligibility slips to Madalaine, Kriegh-
offy '39, chairman of the committee,
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ARE YOU INTERESTED
Sound Bible Preaching
Warm-hearted Christian Fellowship?
You are invited to attend the
327 South Fourth Avenue
Harold J. DeVries, Pastor
East University and Oakland. Dial 3779
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director.
Sunday: 3:30 P.M. Avukah meeting.
7:30 P.M. Open House.
Tuesday: 8:00 P.M. Yom Kippur services at
the Unitarian Church.
Wednesday: 10:00 A.M. Yom Kippur services
at the Unitarian Church.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It's Stupid to Shiver and Shake all through a Game-
THE RIGHT FASHION
FOR FOOTBALL IS .... .
Tle great outdoor was chilly yesterday It will probably be chillier today.
And by the time the other games come along it ought to be downright
cold. Zwerdling's Fur Coats, Skunk Boleros and Jackets will make a
sitting-down afternoon on a wind-swept forty-yard line comfortable.
512 East Huron
9:45 A.M. University Students' Class meet-
ing, led by Dr. Howard Chapman, Baptist.
University Pastor. Subject: "How the
Bible Came To Be." Guild House, 503 E.
10:45 A.MV. Morning Worship. Rev. Fred'
Cowin, Pastor of Ann Arbor Church of
Christ, Disciples, will preach.
6:00 P.M. Students meet at Guild House for
evening program. Topic: "The Salt of
the Campus." Speakers: Ruth Enss, Bill
Yorks, and Russ Van Cleve. Social and re-
BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL CHURCH
432 SouthEFourth Avenue. Dial 7840
9:00 A.M. Early Service.
9:30 A.M. Church School.
10:30 A.M. Morning Worship. Sermon Topic:
"The Kingdom, Power, and Glory."
7:00 P.M. Young People's League and Stu-
Corner State and Huron Streets
Rev. Harold P. Marley, Minister.
11:00 A.M. "Fascism in the Saddle," Rev.
H. P. Marley,
6:30 P.M. Coffee Hour.
't : l 'I M."Litral Religion and the Present."
Prof. Rey Wooda Seilars.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
State and Washington Streets
Chas. W. Brashares, Minister.
Earl Sawyer, Minister
9:45 A.M. Student Class at Stalker Hall.
10:40 MA.. Worship Service. Dr. Brashares'
subject: "It Isn't Logical." Choir will re-
peat by request, "My God and I Walk in
the Field Together." Warren Foster will
sing "Seek Ye The Lord."
6:00 P.M. Wesleyan Guild meeting at Stalk-
er Hall. Dean Alice Lloyd will speak on
"Building a Life of Worth."
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Washtenaw Avenue. Dial 2-4466
William P. Lemon, D.D. Minister.
Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant
Palmer Christian, Director of Music.
10:45 A.M. "What Determines Destiny?"
4:30 P CM. World-Wide Communion of the
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. and the
reception of new members.
5:30 P.M. Westminster Guild supper and
6G:30 P.M. "The Value of the Church for the
Student." Professor Howard Y. McClusky,
P ices start with $3S, the lowest in our 34 years here.
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