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, 199THE MICHIGAN DAILY I'A

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Prof. Kerwin

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Kerwin Will Speak

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Is To Address
Newman Club
'Catholic View Of World'
Will Be Subject Of Talk
By U. Of C. Professor
Prof. Jerome G Kerwin, a leader
'n the political science field and out-
-fanding lecturer, will address the
T7niversity of Michigan Newman Club
at a supper meeting at 4:30 p.m. to-
day. His subject will be "The Catho-
lic View of the World of Today and
Tomorrow,'. a discussion of the
Catholic viewpoint of world affairs.
Dr. Kerwin is a member of the De-'
partment of Political Science at the
University of Chicago. In 1935 he
was awarded a prize for his thesis on
"The Government Control of Radio.".
He is speaking on the Assumption
College Lecture Series at Windsor
and will be in Ann Arbor only long
enough to address the Newman Club.
This will be the second supper the
club has given this year. After the
lecture there will be a business meet-
ing and the ratification of the con-,
stitution will be discussed.j
National Officer
Will Be Honored
Mortarboard Luncheon Is
Planned Tomorrow '
Mortarboard will honor Mrs. W. M.
Fowler, vice-president of Mortar
Board national council, at a luncheon
to be held at noon tomorrow in the
League. Members of the Ann Arbor
Mortar Board Alumnae chapter have
been invited to attend.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will entertain
Mrs. Fowler at a supper at 6 p.m. on
the same day. Mrs. Fowler will ar-
rive on Sunday for a two-day visit on
the campus as a guest of the local
Mortar Board chapter.
Initiation Is Announced

PROF. JEROME KERWIN

Wolverine To
Dance Class
Under Elva

Begin
Series
Pascoe

"Glamor Girl'
To Alice Goon'
Is Show'Idea
There has been talk that there is
a certain type of girl called "Alice The
Goon." Now far be it from us to sug-
gest that such a person actually ex-
ists on our campus, but never-the-
less, a search is being carried on at
this point to discover how this sort
of person would dress, how she would
look and how she would act.
The style show sponsored by TheS
Daily and the Ann Arbor merchants4
to be held Friday, Nov. 10 at the
League plans to demonstrate how one
of Michigan's glamour girls may be
transformed into a "psuedo goon gal"
by a few deft changes in her manner,
costume and hair style.
The sponsors of the style show are
seeking volunteers to portray the part
although our glamor girl will cer-
tainly be not one when the stylists
have finished with her. Anyone wish-
ing to take this part in the style show'
certainly will bewelcomed by those
sponsoring the show.
If you have any ideas, or if any of
your friends have on the subject of
what goes into the making of a "goon
gal," they will be welcomed with open
arms at The Daily. These ideas may
not be of an extreme sort but rather
the typical flaws in our dress and
manner that make us eligible for the,
role of a goon.
Bill Sawyer's orchestra is scheduled
to furnish the music for the style
show to be held in the League.
Assembly Banquet
Theme Is Chosen
"Declaration of Independents" will
be the theme of the annual Assembly
Banquet which will be held Monday,
Nov. 6, in the League ballroom. It
was incorrectly announced in yes-
terday's Daily as "Declaration of
Independence."
Over 600 women are expected to at-
tend the now traditional affair, which
attendance will set a new record.
Tickets for the banquet are now on
sale and may be secured from mem-
bers of the ticket committee who will
visit the women's dormitories and
each League house on campus. Start-
ing tomorrow and continuing through
Friday, tickets will also be on sale
at the Assembly ticket booth

Plans for the opening of a "Hobby
House" on this campus are being
formulatea by the Women's Athletic.
Association.
Located in the former Palmer Field
House, the proposed project will be
at the disposal of all women wishing
to follow some hobby in the field of
handicrafts.
To Use Old Field House
Since the opening of the Women's
Athletic Building in 1928, the former
field house which is situated near
the tennis courts on Palmer Field,
has been used to house athletic equip-
ment. It has now been given to the
Women's Athletic Association for the
purpose of starting a campus handi-
crafts center there.
Only the first floor of this two
story building will be decorated at
the present time. It is hoped by the
Women's Athletic Association that
the growth of campus interest in the
project will warrant the decoration
and furnishing of the second floor
in the near future.
Harriet Sharkey, '40, president of
the Women's Athletic Association has
appointed a committee composed of
Jane Brichan, '40, Margaret Van Ess,
'41, and Ruth Allen, '41, to formulate
a tentative program for the coming
year.
To Be Open Every Day
This committee has suggested that
"Hobby House" be opened for several
hours every afternoon and have a
social hour on one day a week. Stu-
dent specialists in various fields of
craftsmanship will be asked to vol-
unteer as tutors and demonstrators.
Miss Marie Hartwig, faculty ad-

WAA To Hold Hobby House'
As Project In Athletic Buiildi

The first in a series of classes in
modern ballroom dancing will start
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Michigan
Wolverine, Elva Pascoe, assistant in
the classes, announced yesterday.
Joe Eaton who recently joined the
staff of the Arthur Murray studio in
Detroit will teach the classes which
will feature Latin American dances
and the waltz and fox trot. Miss
Pascoe, a graduate of the Arthur
Murray studio in Detroit and who
conducted the League dancing classes
last year, will assist Mr. Eaton.
Mr. Eaton, is a graduate o the
University of Pennsylvania and mem-
ber of Phi Sigma Kappa, thinks
Michigan women are better than the
popular four out of five ratio states
since he remarked at Friday's Union
dance, "I'm glad I went to a non-
coeducational school. I'd have been
married before graduation if I had
come to a school like Michigan."
Three Chi Omegas
Meet Katherine Cornell
Katherine Cornell, currently ap-
pearing in "No Time for Comedy" at
the Cass Theatre in Detroit, gave

viser of the Women's Athletic Boa
said today that in all probability
new position will be created on I
Board for the chairmanship of t
project. In that case, the chairm
would be chosen by petition and i
terviewing and all wonen would
invited to try, out.
Mortgage Burning Fete
Celebration of a Mortgage Burn
Ceremony was the purpose of a 11
cheon given today by Alpha B
chapter of Alpha Gamma De
Three alumnae, who were also
chapter founders, were present; M
Lauren D. Hart, Mrs. William H
llar, and Mrs. Courtland Smith.

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initiation of William M. Chase,
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Three Rivers, Mich.; Kenneth
Nelson, '42E, Westfield, N.JJ.

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Play Tryouts To Be Held

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Mrs. Fred Steinhilber, quite a thrill
Thursday evening after her perfor- Jordan Will Hold Party
mance when she consented to receive
them backstage. The girls were Jane Pumpkins, black cats, corn stalks,
Herrick, '40, Jane Ann Visscher, '41, and Halloween colors will be the dec-
and Betty Jane Swift, '41. orations for a Halloween party to be
Miss Cornell told the girls that she given Tuesday at Jordan Hall. For-
especially enjoyed her part in this tune tellers, a chamber of horrors,
play because she was having so much and games are planned as enter-
fun. 'tainment.

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Concerned with the problems of un-
employment, a play entitled "The
Whistle Blows" will be presented at
6 p.m. today in Stalker Hall by the
members of the Stalker Hall Dra-
matics Club. The production will be
the feature of the regular Sunday
night meeting of the Wesleyan Guild.

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