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TUESDAY, OCT.24,THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Annual Assembly Banquet Will Be Held Nov. 6th In

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Scroll Taps Four;
Neophytes Initiated
Today In League
Four senior women were tapped by
members of Scroll shortly after 11
p.m. last night. They are Katherine
Maclvor, Enora Ferris, Harriet Levy,,
and Marian Ferguson.
Scroll, senior honorary society for
sorority women,rwas organized last
year by members of the 1938-39
League Council. 16 women were tap-
ped in the spring and the four in-
itiated at 7 a.m. this morning in the
League chapel bring the total to 20.
New initiates may be identified by
the small gold scrolls which they will
wear suspended to blue and yellow
ribbons today, and by the navy
sweaters which are the initiation-day1
uniform.
Price Correction Made
Eight lessons for three dollars is
the charge being made for the danc'
ing classes being held Tuesday nights
at the League instead of the eight
lessons for six dollars quoted in Sat-
urday's Daily.
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Miss Johnson
Wins General
Chairmanship
Jane Sapp, '41, Elizabeth
Lu.kham, '41, Named
As Assistant Chairmen
Barbara E. Johnson, '40, yesterday
was, named general chairman of the
939 Assembly Banquet. At the same'
time Mary Frances Reek, '40, As-
embly president,revealed the ban .
:uet will be held Monday, Nov. 6,
' the League ballroom.
Jane Sapp, '41 and Elizabeth Luck-
'am, '41 are to be assistant chair-
nen. Ticket chairman is Elizabeth
.tor, '41, assisted by Helen Culley,
I in charge of dcrmitories, Sylvia
orman, '42, in charge of the League
souses and Adelaide Carter, '42 in
hrge of the Ann Arbor Indepen-
dents.
Committee Members Named
Their committee consists of Bar-
tara Richards, '41, Marjorie Lee
Stock, '40, Jean Tenofsky, '41, Ruth
Mast, '41, Gertrude Frey, '41, Char-
otte Wys, '41 JRuth Keck, '40, Marie
.McCabe, '40, June Frederick, '40, Jan-
et Sibley, '41, Norma Malmrose, '42,
Betta Cartwright, '41, Fifi Angleson,
'40.
Chairman in charge of decoration
i; Leona Gallow, '40, assisted by
1eanne Grant, '41. Their committee
s composed of Mary Jean O'Donnell,
',1, Virginia Durand, '41, Gertrude
vrey, '41, EnidV Wagner, '41, Elizabeth
Howard, '42, Marjorie Dahistrom, '41,
Phyllis Eiseh, '41, Jean Goldstick, '42
and Ellen. K ieghoff, '40.r
Alnerta Royal heads Group
Patrons chairman is Alberta Royal,
'40, assisted by Jane Pollack, '41. Ann
Schaeffer, '40 has 'been appointed
chairman of the program committee.
She will be assisted by Angie Rock-
nich, '40 and Betty Lombard '41. The
merit system committee is headed by
betty Zunk, '42, who- will be assisted
by Norma Ginsberg, '41.
Publicity committee co-chairmen
are Esther Osser, '41 and Doris Cuth-
bert, '42.

Banquet Head.

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. .of cabbages
and kings .
in spite of the fact that the campus suffered from exodus of stoogents
headed in the cirection of Chicago there certainly was a lot of social
activity going on around and about the town. In this social whirl most
naturally the Union Formal and Emerson Gill at the League were the
headliners.
The weekend began with the Lane Hall Coffee Hour Friday which was
very well attended. Among the guests were Mrs. Kenneth Morgan and
Davin Morgan, aged 16 months and Dr. Blakeman dis-
cussing the affairs of the world. Jim Vicary and Patty
Haislip were there also involved in an intricate looking,
conversation with Dotty Shipman and Don Treadwell.
Then came the night-time and the Union Formal . It
was a tremendous success from the appearance of every-
one having a wonderful time dancing to Bill Sawyer's
hand. Dick Roemer was there with Sidney Roach, one of
Carg's choices foir the most beautiful freshman. The Sig
Es's had a large table there with plenty of fun centering
around it during the evening. Ted McOmber and Marge
Higgins were seen exchanging dances with Bill Ash and

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BARBARA E. JOHNSON

Aoph Cabaret
Interviews To
Be Held Today
Ten Positions Are Open;
Interviewing Will Last
Until 3 P.M._Wednesday
Interviewing for central committee
positions forathe 1939 Soph Cabaret
will begin at 3 p.m. today in the
Undergraduate Office of the League,
Betty Slee, '40, chairman of Judiciary
Council, announced yesterday.
Interviews will continue till 6 p.m.j
today and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. to-I
morrow, Miss Slee said. Applicants
should be prepared to elaborate oni
their ideas for the project and must
bring their eligibility cards with
ahem, she continued.
Ten Positions Are Open
There are 10 chairmanships. Sev-
aral of them differ from those of the
central committee last year. The
positions consist of the general chair-
nanship, finance, tickets, dance,,
songs, publicity, costume, booths and
exhibits, decorations, recorder, and
hostesses and partons chairmanships.
The song chairman will be in charge
of all choruses and of leading the mu-
sical numbers. This year the dance
chairman will be responsible for get-
ting all the music used for the dance
numbers.
New Positions Open
The recorder' will have charge of
eligibility which was formerly the
responsibility of the assistant gen-
sral chairman. The latter position
.as been omitted this year.
Engineering Group Meets
Members of the Detroit Section of
the Society of Automotive Engineers
met last night in Detroit. Methods
'f brake lining were studied and dis-
'ussed.

Doris Atkinson
aumber at the

while Ginny Appleton and Leroy Contie were resting for a
table.

Of the hosts of people present at the Formal we can't begin to men-
tion all of the names but they all certainly did look nice. Barb Bachus
was there with Wa1ly Hinkle chatting with Lee Hardy and Morrey Ander-
son between dances.
Then came Saturday and a flood of pledge formals, hay rides and
til sorts of interesting dances.
Saturday night the League enjoyed one of its most crowded nights of
",he year as the campus population poured themselves into the ballroom to
dance to Emerson Gill. Bill Wood, an old
trumpet player from way back was admin.;'
this section of the orchestra with Elsie
Jensen and some other Theta Xi's and their. .
dates. -
The KDR's were there in a body with
their dates to hear the great Gil. Among
them were Adam Whitz with Charlotte Day
while the two Van Nordstrand's, Phil and
Bob, were there with Loid Gish and Flor-
ence Van Akkeren respectively.

UNIVERSITY,-
ORCH ESTRA SERVICE
We Have An Orchestra Available,
for Homecoming, October 28.
HAL CARTER HERM SALOMONSON
206 Nickels Arcade Dial 3937

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Swing Will Bani~h
Mrid-Week Monotony
To break up that stretch between
weekends a regular Wednesday night
date night dance class will make its
debut from 7:30 p.n to'9:30 p,m.,
Wednesday, in the League ballroom.
.A jitterbug demonstration by Maurice
Miller and Frances Aaronson will
highlight the evening.
Poth, couples' and men .stags may
purchase tickets',at the door for 25
cents. Women stags will be admitted
free of charge.1
Alpha Phi, Alpha Delta Pi
Announce New Pledgings
Recent pledgings have been an-
nounced by the Alphi Phi and Alpha
Delta Pi sororities.
Alpha Phi has pledged Carol Pich-
er, '43, Highland Park, Grace-Proc-
tor, '43, Detroit, Suzanne McClure,
'42, East Lansing. Alpha Delta Pi
has pledged Gloria Carll, '43, North-
port, Long Island.

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