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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Football Mixer

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William Rockwell, Jean Engel
Heads Of Congress, Assembly
Are In Charge Of Gathering
There will 'be 50-yard line Har-
vard game seats for all at the Con-
gress-Assembly Football Mixer in the
League Silver Grill at 2 p.m. tomor-
row.
All independent students are in-
vited to the affair free of charge.
Sponsored by the Independent Men's
and Women's Associations, it will
feature the radio version of the Mich-
igan-Harvard Game.
Dancing To Be Featured
Befpre the game and between the
halves there will be dancing to the
world's best orchestras through the
medium of phonographic transcrip-
tions. William H. Rockwell, '41,
president of Congress, Independent
Men's Association, and Jean Engel,
'41, of Assembly are committee chair-
men for the Mixer.
Refreshments will be sold during
the broadcast and dancing.
Football mixers of a similar nature
were jointly sponsored by Congress
and Assembly last fall with much
success. "The students enjoy sipping
a coke, while they listen to the game
in pleasant surroundings," Rockwell
explained..
Assembly, Congress To Cooperate
On the committee from Assembly
are Miss Engel, Sarah-Jean Hauk,
'41, Ruth Ellen Thomas, '42, Peg
Wiseman, '42, Norma Ginsburg, '41
and Peggy Polumbaum, '42.
Representing Congress on the c9m-
mittee are Richard Coe, '42E, Laur-
ence Mascott, '41, Harold Osterweil;
'41, Harold Wilson, '42, Ed Fried,
'41 and Gerald Schaflander, '42.
Congress and Assembly plan to co-
operate in many other activities in
the future, Rockwell stated. "As in-
dependent organizations we should
and will get together on many other
functions.
INDEPENDENT VOLLEYBALL
All independent women who
wish to enter the volleyball tour-
nament that is to commence Tues-
day must leave their names and
playing time preferences in Room
15 of Barbour Gymnasium by
noon, Monday, Donelda Schaible,
'42, intramural manager of
the WAA, announced yesterday.
Games will be played at 4:30
Tuesday and Thursday, and at
5:10 Wednesday. Since independ-
ent zones are as yet unorganized,
unaffiliated women will be placed
on teams according to preferences
in playing schedules.
KNOW HOW TO D
A Social Must.
A Personal Sa
An Assurance
CLASSES STARTING
603 EAST LIBERTY

WILLIAM ROCKWELL
Social Event
For Qraduates
To Be Oct. 16
Inaugurating their social program
:f the year, the Graduate Studentj
^ouncil will hold an activities gath-
ring at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
Rackham Building. All graduate
students are invited to attend, an-
nounced Abe Rosenzweig, Grad., pres-
ident of the Graduate Student Coun-
cil.
The program will open in the lec-
ture hall with short addresses of
welcome by Dr. Yoakum and Rosen-
zweig. Following this there will be
inspection tours of the building.
Varied activities including classical
music, bridge and dancing are among
the entertainment events planned.
Bill Gail and his orchestra will pro-
vide the music. Refreshments will
be served at the mixer.
Graduate women are asked by
Rosenzweig to volunteer to act as
hostesses for the social. Any woman
interested is requested to contact him
at 2-1815. One may attend the af-
fair with or without dates.
The Graduate Student Council is
formed of representatives elected
from all departments of the Univer-
sity. Its functions are to promote
the social and intellectual activities
of the graduate student body and
to encourage cooperation between the
student body and the faculty.
To further these aims the Coun-
cil has planned a calendar of events
for the semester, the first of which
is the get-acquainted mixer Wednes-
day.

For AllCampus'
League Event!
Women From Both Panhellenic
And Assembly Will Be Chosen
As 'Trouble-Shooters' Hostesses
"Trouble-Shooters," the first of
the current series of PACI all-cam-
pus T-dances, will be held from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the
ballroom of the Michigan League.
Bill Gail's orchestra will supply
the music for the affair at which ac-
cording to Dick Ebbets, '42E, chair-
man, the PACI T-dance committee
guarantees to clear up any little
trouble that has been bothering you.
"Or if you would prefer to have
something in the line of blond, bru-
nette, or red-head trouble shot your
way, the 'Trouble-Shooters' guaran-
tee to oblige," Ebbets added.
PACI Represents All Campus
PACI, a committee founded last
year solely for the purpose of spon-
soring all-campus T-dances, is com-
posed of representatives from Pan-
hellenic, Assembly, Congress and In-
terfraternity Council, from the first
letters of which organizations the
name PACI is derived. During it's
first season the committee held six
afternoon dances. This year they
hope to have ten.
The PACI dances, according to Eb-
bets, are unique in that they are the
only afternoon tea dances which are
sponsored by representatives of the
entire campus, and to which every-
one in the University is invited. Eb-
bets emphasized the fact that old stu-
dents are as welcome to attend these
affairs as freshmen and transfer
students. Because the PACI dances
encompass the entire campus, he
continued, they are an excellent op-
portunity to make many new ac-
quaintances. Admission for men is
25 cents. Women are admitted free.
Hostess Will Be Present
A list of hostesses for the first
dance will be chosen from Panhellen-
ic and Assembly. They will be an-
nounced next week in The Daily.
Members of the PACI committee
are Virginia Alfvin, '42, and Lois
Basse, '42, representing Panhellenic;
Margaret Wiseman, '41, and Jane
Sapp, '41, from Assembly; Dick Coe,
'42, from Congress and Theron Haas,
'42 and Jim Bourquin, '42, represent-
ing Interfraternity Council.
Women's Glee Club
Elects Officers
Ruth Sanford, '42, was elected pres-
ident of the Women's Glee Club at a
mptfinTr Wd dr.nt tht LaeI

Student Models
For Style Show
Models with the best possible pos-
ture, walk and ability to wear clothes
are being sought for the semi-annual
Daily style show to be held soon Jane
Krause, '41, women's advertising
manager announced.
From 3 to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday
and Friday at the Michigan League
all women students of the Universi-
ty are invited to try out to be models
for the show that will be held in
November in the Michigan Theatre.
Those who are to act as judges will
be Dr. Meldon Everett of the Health
Service and Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League.
Sue Hollis, '42, is to be head of the
committee for models, Miss Krause
announced, and she will also be pres-
ent at the selection of models. Gen-
eral appearance, including posture
and attractiveness, is to be consid-
ered in a selection of models.
Three Dances
To Be Tonight
Betsy Barbour, Alpha Rho Chi,
Alpha Chi Sigma To Entertain
Just because there is no football
lame at home this week-end, social
activities on campus have waned
considerably in proportion with last
week's rush. However, some do carry
on.
Betsy Barbour House is having a
date-dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
today. aJnet Dickinson, '41. is the
chairman of the dance, working in
connection with Betty Brougham, so-
cial chairman of Betsy Barbour. The
dance will feature the msic of Bill
Gale and his orchestra.
Chaperons for the affair will be
Mrs. C. Stanley Mitchell, Mrs. Ellery
Preston, Mrs. Laura Niles, Mrs. El-
liott Herdman and Mrs. Virginia
Harryman, house directors of Betsy
Barbour, Alumni House, Michigan
Souse, Wenley House, and Williams
House, respectively, and Miss Char-
lotte Schoettker, dietician of Betsy
Barbour House.
Alpha Chi Sigma will have a radio
dance in the evening with Dr. and
Mrs. C. A. Siebert and Dr. and Mrs.
R. L. Garner as chaperons. A radio
dance will also be held by Theta Xi
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. today. Prof.
and Mrs. William Wood and Mr. and
Mrs. Cady Hall will chaperon this
affair.
Alpha Rho Chi will hold forth at
a radio dance which will be chaper-
oned by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Weddige
and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred C. O'Dell.
Alpha Lambda will be a little differ-
ent, as the chapter is having a recep-
tion for new students. The chaperons
will be Mr. H. Z. Lee and Mr. W. W.
Blume.
Dorm To Hold Dance
A date-dance sponsored by the
women of Betsy Barbour House will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
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Ann Arbor; Helen Garrels, '44, Grosse
Ile; Jane Anne Gerry, '44, Otsego;
Jane Gilbreith, '43, Montclair, N.J.;
Betsy Goodrich. '42, Grosse? Point;
Harriet Lou Heyser '43, Battle Creek;
Mary Leigh Hughes, '44, Detroit.
Lois Patricia Lewis, '44, Ann
Arbor; Sally Longhead, '44, Kala-
nazoo; Barbara Miller, '42, Kalama-
zoo; Jean Mullins, '42, Chicago; Pa-
tricia Nixon, '44, Fredonia, N.Y.;
Alice Roelofs, '44, East Aurora, N.Y.;
Naomi Sawyer, '44, Grosse Ile; Mary
Louise Thomas, '42, Detroit; Blanche
Titchenor, '44, Detroit; Mary Win-
ton, '44, Waco, Texas.
Delta Delta Delta: Virginia Bae-
chle, '44, Cincinnati, O.; Catherine
Brennan, '44, Albion, N.Y.; Erath
Gudekinst, '42, Pleasant Ridge; Mar-
jorie Kendall, '43, Downer's Grove,
Ill.; Audrey McLaughlin, '44, Kirks-
ville, Mo.; Martha McMillan, '44, Bay
City; Elizabeth Polling, '44, Youngs-
town, O.; Betty Ross, '43, Owosso;
Peggy Ross. '44, Ann Arbor; Jeanne
Shinnich, '44, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Jean
Whittemore, '4 , Ann Arbor; Lucy
Chase Wright, '44, Ann Arbor; Bar-
bara Young, '43, Ann Arbor; Donna
Zollner, '43, Shaker Heights, O.
Delta Gamma: Gerry Alexander,
'44, New York, N. Y.; Dorothy Bales,
'44. Cleveland, O.; June Bender, '44,
Milwaukee, Wis.; Sue Corl, '43, To-
ledo, O.; Mary June Hastreiter, '44,
Birmingham; Mary Jane Kirchgess-
ne; '44, Grand Rapids; Martha Op-
sion,- '44, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Alice Lou-
ise Schutt, '44, Mount Clemens; Mary
Ann Stapp, '44, Greenburg, Ind.;
Virginia Young, '43, Lake Bluff, Ill.;
Lou Shartel, '44, Ann Arbor; Mary
Jean Moehlman, '44, 'Ann Arbor;
Jane Lindberg, '44,, Evanston, Ill.;
Mable Linton, '44, Grand Rapids;
Marjorie Raymond, '44, Saginaw.
Gamma Phi Beta: Shirley Lay,
'42, Ann Arbor; Janice Benson, '42,
Duluth, Minn.; Ann Stresau, '43, Mil-
waukee, Wis.; Ruth Wood, '43, Ev-
anston, Ill.; Molly Hoffman, '43,
Lakewood. O.; Phyllis Bihn, '43, To-
ledo, O.; Susan Ortmeyer, '44, Mil-
waukee, Wis.; June Gustafson, '44,
Riverside, Ill., and Josephine Fitz-
patrick, '44, Muskegon.
Mary Herbert, '44, Manistique,
Mich.; Mary Craig Hughes, '44,
Grosse Pointe; Midge Hennig, '44,
Chicago, Ill.; Catherine Lathrop, '44,
Chatham, N. J.; Sally Sessions, '44,
Muskegon; Margaret Shearer, '44,
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Eleanor Dodd, '44,
Bayside, L. I.; Marcia Zimmerman,
'44, Riverside, Ill.; Frances Byn, '44,
Grand Haven; Nancy Upson, '44,
Ann Arbor; Frances Parquette, '44,
Canton, O.; Margaret Rich, '44,
Bronson.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Betty Bundt,
'44, Toledo, O.; Barbara Burns, '43,
Lagrange, Ill.; Josephine Carpenter,
'42, Grosse Pointe; Janet Clarke, '44,
Spokane, Wash.; Mary Lyle Douglas,
'44, Ann Arbor; Polly Ann Gable,'44,
Evanston; Elizabeth Green, '43, Cry-
stal Falls; Mary Habel, '43, Pontiac;
Ann Highley, '44, Ann Arbor Mar-
jorie Leete, '44, Detroit; Margaret
Haass, '43, Detroit; Jeanne L'Hom-
medieu, '42, Birmingham; Marjorie
3mith, '43, Birmingham; Laura Vial,
'44, La Grange; Mary Lee Wagner,
'42, Grand Rapids; Morrow Weber,

Highland Park, Ill.; Carolyn Wolff
'44, St. Clair.
Kappa Delta: Phyllis Adams, '44,
Flint; Barbara Alt, '42, Ann Arbor;
Olive Beebe, '43, Detroit; Marilyn
Bell, '44, Detroit; Marilyn Favage,
'44, Detroit; Doris Smith, '42, Marine
City; Sally Weinhart, '44, Detroit.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Suzanne
Brown, '44, Benton Harbor; Peggy
Cannon, '44, Ann Arbor; Monna
Heath, '44, Ithaca, N. Y.; Victoria
Henry, '43, Grand Rapids; Barbara
Jenswold, '43, Duluth; Helen Lea-
vitt, '44, Alpena; Marian McGrath,
'44, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Ann Mc-
Neil, '44, Paw Paw; Elizabeth Mont-
ross, '42, Troy, O.; Celia Pearce, '42,
Lake Linden; Roberta Pulfer, '44,
Detroit; Janet Robb, '44, Princeton,
Ill.; Barbara Robinson, '44, Boston;
Suzanne Sims, '44, Detroit; Eliza-
beth Thorne, Grad., Washington, Ia.;
Jane Underhill, '44, Buffalo, N. Y.;
Nancy Wood, '44, Scarsdale, N. Y.;
Betty Jane Woomancy, '44, Bay Vil-
lage, O.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Natalie M.
Blanc, '44, Coldwater; Myra Cook,
'44, Duluth, Minn.; Thelma Danis,
'44, Asbury Park, N. J.; Celia Halpert,
'42, Kalamazoo; H. Bertha Klein, '43,
Chicago; Shirley Rudolph, '44, Taun-
ton, Mass.; Ida Weinstein, '44, Utica,
N. Y.; Phyllis Wener, '44, Herkimer,
N. Y.
Pi Beta Phi: Kay Albers, '43, Mus-
kegon; Betty Jane Barnett, '43,
Huntington, W. Va.; Betty Brundage,
'44, Toledo, O.; Helen Curdes, '44,
Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Doris Dickmeyer,
'44, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Lois Fromm, '44,
Detroit; Nancy Griffin, '44, Ann Ar-
bor; Shirley Hassard, '44, Detroit;
Betty Ann Heidbreder, '44, Quincy,
Ill.; Barbara Hulbert, '44, Oak Park,
Ill.; Impgene Kincade, '42, Wichita,
Kan.; Helen Lahey, '43, Wichita,
Kan., and Mary Ellen Lillie, '44,
Grand Haven, Mich.
Mercedes Matthews, '44, Evanston,
Ill.; Margaret Maybury, '44, Pontiac;
Sally Morton, '44, Grosse Pointe;
Janet Osborne, '44, Sault Ste. Marie;
Jane Pritchard, '44, Evanston, Ill.;
Kitty Simrall, '44, Lexington, Ky.;
Mary Standerline, '44, Beverly Hills,
Ill.; Mary Sue Tuck, '44, Lakewood,
Ohio.
Zeta Tau Alpha: Jane Kelsey, '44,
Ann Arbor; Edna Mewtter, '43, Ann
Arbor; Catherine C. Osborne, '44,
Ann Arbor; Dorothy Worden, '43,
Battle Creek.

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ANNIVERSARY
SPECIALS
SaturdaY is the last day!
NEW fall merchandise . . re-
duced during this anniversary

event. Buy now at
ering prices!

purse-pamp-

Fool and Crepe
DRESSES
$5
DRESSES for casual and dressy
occasions. Plaids, checks and
solids. New lush shades. 9-17,
12-20.
Casual COATS
-DRESSES-
ONLY 10)classic tweed coats left.
Also in this group-dresses that
will carry you 'round the clock.
9-17, 10-20.
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SHOP
'rozynd the corner on State

04 Pledges ANGORA MITTENS 'OUT'
Fashion experts have decreed that
angora mittens and sweaters are
hing C loses "definitely out
'44, Bay City; Elizabeth Brian. '42,
Bethlehem, Pa.; Josephine Lloyd, '44aI

-meeting weunesuay a Ube ,eg u.
Other officers are Nina Spurr, '43,
DANCE W ELLsecretary-treasurer; and Ellen Was,
ANCE W ELL . . . '42, librarian. Directing the choral
group for the coming year will be
S.Donna Baisch, '42. ImoGene Tennis-
tisf action . -.. wood, '43, acts as accompanist.
of Popularity . . . The next meeting of the club has
FRIDAY OCT. 18th. been set for 7:15 p.m. Wednesday in
C 1 8the game room of the League. All
women students who are interested
in joining are invited to try-out at
7 the same night. First semester
Phone 8066 freshmen women are eligible since
the Glee Club will not be heard in
-- public until the second semester.

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smart! WINE and BLUE,
BROWN and BEIGE
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Informal Modelling
all through the day
A showing of the complete line- casual and dressy
types in both silks and wools Sizes 9-17.
$14.95 to $19.95
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