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Tnion Formal To Be Official Opener Of Fall Season

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Kappa Phi Honors Supper Dance
Methodist Women To Honor New
At Rushing' Dinner -
- m °$ Box ;packets 'Are In
kappa Phi, national club for Meth-
odist women, gave a dinner last night Capacity Crowd Expeted-
as part of a rushing program which T
began with a tea last Sunday, andh
was in honor of the Methodist wom -. fi__r
en new on campus 'this year. More than 250 coUples are expected
The program for the evening con- to attend the fifth annual Union
sisted of a puppet show explaining Formal, 1aditiOnal opener of the
the traditions of the club, and its Un1vrsitys fall social season, Which
aims. The puppets were rnanipUlAted will be held fromh 9 tm. to 1 a.m.
by 'members of the organization today inthe UniOn-ballroom.
them selves. About 50 guests were 5
present ate the dinner. Betty June Decorations :in the cultra-modern l
Cdrter, '41, was chairmnan of the af- manner will set the theme for the ;:"r"b
fair, and the patronesses were Mrs. supper dance which will officially L
C. A. Fisher, Mrs. C. W. Drashares, present the members of the new
Mrs. C. W. Gill and Dr. Beffie Ka- Union council to the University. This , " Y.
nyear's staff mnenbers include: Don s
Treadwell, '40, president of the t
Union; Hadley Sinth, '40, secretary
of the Union; James Palmer, '41,g
general chairman of the dance; Peter
Brown, '41E, co-publicity chairman;
Harold Singer, '41, program chair-c
man; Elmer Foster, '41E, co-ticket
codcrain hara. egeDance t
chairman, and Douglas Gould, '41, League Da
co-decorations chairman. c
Brown Chairman Of Decorations Is To Feature b
Roberob Ulrich, '41, co-chairman of
the ballroom committee; Charles
Heinen, '41, co-chairman of public- 75 H ostesses-i
ity; °Irl Brent, '41, co-chairman of a.
the ballroom committee; Charles Ker-
ner, '41E, co-chairman of the ticket Dancing, Bridge Planneda
committee; Marshall Brown, '41, co- In Tonight's Program
chairman of the decorations commit- d
tee, and Robert Bogle, '41, co-chair- For Informal Party o
man of publicity, complete the list.g
Supper will be served at'11 p.m., Over 75 hostesses are to be at the
after which a novelty three-act floor dance which the League is givings
-'- show will be presented. Al Saal, not- from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tocay in theh
ed magic and shadowgaph expert, main ballroom,
will appear in two distinctive skits. Margo Thom, '42, is in charge of to-o
OUR Mr. Saal recently appeared in the night's informal dance, which is be-
the Bing Crosby picture "Double ing held at the same time as thea
MYSTERY TW ST or Nothing," doing the shadowgraph Union formal, so that those who wishv
WEAVE work. informal dancing may attend. It isp
Lonette Sisters Featured the second "stag" dance of the sea-
M A I C A S T H E The program will also feature the son, and the increase in the num-
. Lonette Sisters dance team, which ber of hostesses over last week is due
MAGIC CARPET is now appearing at a Detroit night to the large number of men who at-l
club. Dancing and singing while tended the dance stag.C
mks stnding on their hands is only one To Be Master Of Ceremonies
sAsecret process makes of the many novel stunts the team Edward Burrows, Yale graduatep
them definitely longer has ptepared. and radio announcer, is to be master
7 , t~~m ~finte~ CogerNewest addition to the floor-show of ceremonies and will keep the dan-
wa g clu el is the Two Kays, a roller-skating cers in order., so that they will notC
Sweaaing, con usiv yact whose feats include skating along crowd toward the center of the floor.u
more run-resistant. table tops among other things. The Hostesses will wear large white hair-
Two Kays have replaced the Rex bows instead of the cellophane onesa
They're super lastic- and Betty Powers team. they wore last week, to distinguisho
them more easily from the womena
fit your, leg and ankle who attend with dates, and eliminateu
cutting in on dancers who wish to be
smoothly-and their H OII Y left alone.d
The social committee of the Leagues
Ieauty is Ieyond mere If you want the best hosiery value under Mary Minor, '40, chairman,
rTRY US will hold a bridge tournament in the
words. Quality and Appearance Ethel Fountain Hussey Room during
the dance, and sweaters and skirts
will be worn by all the guests.
' \A [AT1 D Hostesses To Meet Early
Other Admiration Hosiery 79c SW EA T ERS Women wli are to be hostesses
1 Roudy Doudy" Cardigan are asked to meet at 9 p.m. upstairs
w ro h1IT'S NEW in the League, Betty Whitely, '42,
dm Ir ron W ith 3-quarter length sleeve publicity chairman, announced yes-
Red Maize White Blue terday.
. S rs Tu^AThe committee in charge of the
dance is working under the direc-
SMARTEST tion of Beth O'Roke, '40, vice-presi-
dent of the League in charge of the
HOSIERY SHOPPE ballroom. Other members of the
1i07 South University Ave. Michigan Theatre Bldg. committee are Ruth Parsons, '42, and
Helen Rhodes, '42, in charge of con-

eater To Begin Sixth Season To&
Popular Story Newest Styles In Shoes Offer
IS "PresentationColorful Variety And Comfort
Of Large Ca st "Fashiondoes not end 17 inches sertions again insure a perfect. fit.
from the ground this year," say the Wine and navy is the color combina-
Undergraduate Students er.And we can well believe on
them, after looking at some of the Ifyusil0nito1tego l
Comprise All Drama variety of styles which the local If you still insist on the goodold
Staffs And Committees booteries have to offerd evenhere.Best of these are the
Gay, mad colors that even the most smoke-colored ones which save you
Hans Christian Andersen's popu- daring of us would not .have been and your friends the trouble of dirty- T1O TESTED H
lar fairy tale, "The Tinder Box," will seen "dead" in two or three years ng them before you dare walk across OEVE P
be reenacted at 3:45 p.m. today at the item in the new sport shoes. The campus.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre when a traditional mocassin has gone com- ------
cast of 50, largely composed of Ann pletely beserk and the esult is a lip-
Arbor scAool children, opens the sixth stick-red and royal blu combination KEEP IN THE PINK. . . at the
season of Children's Theatre produe-which ties with a natural rawhide
tions. Platform Shoe Keeps Rain Out
Two more performances will be This particular shoe has a felt-
giver at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 tomor- platform sole (it keeps the rain out,
row. they tell us) and, the whole thing is
Zelda Davis, '40, general chairman lined with sheepskin just like our ROL L ER DROME -fairgrounds
of the Theatre Arts Committee has bunny slippers. This is the best idea on "City Bus Line" Route
coordinated the work of the direc- 'we've seen yet for keeping your feet
tor, Richard McKelvey, with that of warm even through the last few min- ADMISSION 30c SKATING NIGHTLY 7:30-10:3
a large business and technical staff utes of the game. Also Saturday and Sunday Afternoons, 2 to 5
composed of undergraduate mem-' Big brother to the mocassin, is a
bers of the Leaghe. shoe which can only be described as _______________________________
MKelvey's Second Year resembling a booty. This also comes
McKelvey, who for the second year in right' colors or, if you lean slightly
is directing the Children's Theatre, is to the conservative, you can have it in
also known for his able direction of natural and 'knight green. The top oflsi
adapted the Anderson tale to meet tightly by means of green lastex in-
the special requirements of the Chil- sertions in a petal pattern. The green
dren's Theatre, and an original play is carried out in the platform. This
of his will be presented at Thanks- too is completely lined with sheep-
giving time, skin.
Robert Corrigan, Grad., has de- Mok Shoes A Poular
signed the scenery for this play, and The "Monk-style" has also enterd Start her evening out right with a
has illd te psitin o stge an-on the scene this year. Combining :all
has filled the..position of stage tman- hatrbesowrmhhtth corsage.
alter. Ann Kleiner, '40, is in charge the attributes of warmth that the crae
other shoes have, this shoe has a Fail flowers for the ...set .
of all lighting, high, pointed instep and an ankle Gardenias for the . .. aloof ..
The story concerns a wicked king high heel, also pointed. Lastex in- Orchids for the . . .' glamorous .. .
and queen, an even more wickedY w a
witch, a beautiful princess, a brave GoudwilMmarvelat our prices.
prince and a very unusual dog.-Westyan Guild TO Meet
Marion Conde, Queen u / N
The wicked king and queen will be Weslyan Guild will hold its regu-
played by Neil Smith, '4lEd, and lar meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday in the FLOWER SHOP
plaed y eilSmih,'41d, ndMethodist Church. Bishop Edgar/
Marion Conde, '41. Georgianna ehofDtro. wispea 203 E. Liberty Telephone 2-2973
Clark, of Ann Arbor, is playing the Blake, of Detrit, will speak on
part of the princess, and the brave "America And War." They will hold
Prince will be acted by Ted Balgoo- their regular Sunday morning class
yen, '40. Joan Smack, '41, plays the at 9:45 a.m. in Stalker Hall. Officers"
part of the wicked witch, and Joe for this year are HaroldPatton,x'r40,
Gornbein, '41, plays the part of the president; Robert Yoakum, '41, vice-
unusual dog, Roundtree. president; and Robert Shugart, '42,
Some good tickets are still avail- treasurer.
able at the Lydia Mendelssohn box
office, which will be open from 10 SWIMMING CLUB TO MEET
a.m. to 6 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. All women on campus who are
until the last performance tomorrow. interested in swimming are invited a nd a as' IQIv S m1aQr W
Single tickets are 25 cents for chil- to attend the introductory tea of
dren and 50 cents for adults. Sea- the Michigan Women's Swimming
son tiOkets including all four plays Club at 4 p.m. today in the lounge c o mfpl t e U C l a s s ro om
scheduled for this year are 50 cents of the Women's Athletic Building.
for children and one dollar for adults.
An n~a s- e,nna p


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tacting hostesses; Frances Aaronson,
'42, and Patricia Hadley, '42, games;
Elinor Sevison, '41, and Margaret
Dodge, '42, posters; Jane Bates, '42,
identification; and Charlene Pike,
'42, in charge of contacting houses
Betty Fariss, '42, is . also .assisting
Miss O'Roke.


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