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November 03, 1939 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Interfraternity Ball Will Be Held At 9 P.M. Today At'

FRIDAY, 1NOV. 3,1939
Union

Ball Co-Head And Jacksonville Guest

Student Opinion
To Decide Fate
Of Spring Ball
Past Money Losses Cause
Art Council's Decision
On OnlyCostume Ball
Student opinion will decide wheth-
er the annual Architects' Ball will
take place next spring.
Art Council, the organization un-
der the auspices of which the Ball
is held, has decided not to hold it
this year. This decision was made
however, with the reservation that
should student opinion warrant it the
Ball will take place this spring as
usual.
For the past few years this affair,
which is. the only campus costume
ball, has been closed to all but art
and architecture school students.
However, if the dance is held this
year it will be open to the general
student body.
The decision of the Council not to
hold the affair this year was caused
by the fact that the past few Archi-
tect Balls have lost money. If, be-
cause of student demand, the dance
is held this year, a central committee
to be in complete charge of it will
be chosen within the next few weeks.
This committee will also decide what
type of affair it will be. Wesley
Lane, '40A, chairman of the Coun-
cil, said today that -student opin-
ion will be taken into consideration
on this question also. It has been
suggested that a formal dance replace
the traditional costume affair.
Social Chairmen
Named At Mosher
Chairmen of the social activities at
Mosher Hall for this year have been
announced by Dorothy Merki, 42,
social chairman. They include: Sun-
day night tea, Calistra Jayne, '41,
and Holiday Dinner, Mary K. Mootz
'41.
Dance Committees include: orches-
tpa, Eileene Oberling, '42;. theme and
decorations, Virginia Dykema, '42;
refreshments, Mildred Radford, '42.
Irene Ferguson, '42, is floor chairman;
publicity is taken care of by Marion
Engel, '41A, Margaret Ann Hadsell,
'42, is in charge of chaperons and
Dorothy Rudy, '42, is taking care of
tickets.
Assembly And Congress
To Sponsor Open House
Assembly and Congress will hold
their second joint Open House of the
year for the Illinois football game
Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the
League Grillroom.
Card games and dancing when the
game is not on will be featured, and
an invitation to attend is extended
to all students. The radio and records
will be furnished through the cour-
tesy of the Radio and Record Shop
on North University Avenue.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Betty Stout, '41, and Barbara John-
son, '41, of Assembly and Don Coun-
ihan, '41 and Dick Ebbets, '42 of
Congress.

Michigan Dames
Will Meet Today
Plans for the initiation which is
o be held Nov. 21, will be dis-
cussed at a board meeting of the
Mlichigan Dames at 8 p.m. today at
the home of Mrs. Donald Church,
1548 Kensington Drive.
Definite arrangements for the next
regular meeting which will take place
at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the League, will
also be discussed at that time. En-
tertainment for this regular gather-
ng will be supplied by the music
group-

I Trigon Will Go To Detroit
All members of Trigon fraternity
are forsaking Ann Arbor Saturday.
Shortly. after the twelve o'clock
whistle resounds through the streets
of our fair city, the men will make
their way to the Detroit Boat Club
where they have planned to have
luncheon and spend the remainder
of the afternoon
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THOMAS ADAMS HELEN BROWN
OpinionOf Women's Fashions
Withheld By Kindly Journalist
The city editor of The Michigan jackets, plaids, snoods and silk stock-
Daily called his star reporter to his ings replete with runs.
office. And it came to pass that all these
"Scoop," he said when the tall, 'things added up to the American co-
' ed, as seen at Michigan, as originated
dark and sober journalist appeared, in a walk-up sweat shop on Seventh
"I want you to write an article on Avenue in New York City, from the
women's fashions. Enough of this Hollywood production of the same
batty Miss America idea; forget about name, with special lyrics by Schiap-
Michigan during the war; ignore our arelli, Lily Dache, Hattie Carnegie
greet alumni. What I want is your and the dime store.
unvarnished opinion of the coeds as By the time he reached the second
you see them." story of the Honeymoon Special a
The reporter left. He walked out vision of a young woman appeared
of the Student Publications Building, and, while balancing herself on one
paused to watch a group of giggling of the 17 cherries, delivered the fol-
high school girls go by, and then lowing oration:
rounded the turn towards a certain "0, Gentlemaii of the Press, you
well-known highly-advertised State who knoweth all and yet knoweth
Street hangout. nothing, I beseec you to disobey
He went inside and ordered a your noble editor's orders. Do not
Honeymoon Special with dewdrop ice write of coed fashions. Do not ex-
cream and 17 cherries. As he wal- pose us for what we are. Let us be."
lowed in the concoction, his mind So the reporter let them be.
flashed back (without interference)
to all that he knew of women's fa- Club To Hold Mixer
shions both here, abroad and on
broads. The Newman Club will hold an in-
He thought of saddle shoes and formal mixer Saturday to allow mem-
wooden shoes, and turban hats and ers to listen to the Michigan-Illinois
pillbox lids, and long stockings and football game. Refreshments will be
elowanl e s-ndsinm h . a iserved.

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