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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER

Petitioning For Orientation Advisors

To

Begin

Tomorrow

Union Forma
Committees

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White Accents Plaid

Announced
Eight Men, Headed By Dick
Scherling, General Chairman,
Are Appointed To Positions
Announcement has been made by
Dicl Scherling, '42,/ general chair-
man of the Union Formal to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Nov. 1, of the
eight men who will head the com-
mittees in charge of the dance.
Scherling holds the position in his
capacity as social chairman of the
Union.
Included among the new appoint-
ees are Dick Strain, '42, programs;
Bob Sibley, '42, patrons; Bob Sam-
uels, '42, floor; Bob Shedd, '42, fi-
nance; Carl Rohrbach, '42, and Bert
Ludy, '42, decorations; and Bill So-
cum, '42, and Jack Grady, '42, pub-,
licity.
Approximately 275 couples are ex-
pected to attend the dance which is
traditionally the first formal of the,
Ann Arbor social season each fall.
The ticket sale will be limited to 275.
The date for the opening of the sale
will be announced at a later date ac-,
cording to publicity chairman Mr.
Grady. Fraternity and independent
groups are urged, he stated, to make
their ticket reservations in block lots

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in order that the igroups may be
seated together at the tables to be
placed around the dance floor.
The formal will be held this year
in the Rainbow Room of the Union.
Supper will be served at 11 p.m. to
the guests who will be seated around
the dance floor in such a way that
they will be able to see the floor show
while dining. Plans for new modern-
istic decorations are now under way
for the dance. Novelty souvenir pro-
grams will also be given to the guests.
General chairman of the dance last
year was James Palmer, '41.

Posts Opened
To Juniors,
Sophomores
League Council To Interview
All Applicants; Appointments
Will Be Announced In Spring
With orientation for this fall bare-
ly over would-be orientation advisers
for next fall will begin their petition-
ing for appointments this week: Mon-
day through noon Friday. Inter-
viewing by the League Council will
take place shortly after petitioning
closes.
All sophomore and junior women
who are eligible may petition at this
time. Announcement of appoint-
ments, however, will not be made
until the usual time in the spring.
Petitioning and interviewing is being
held now, according to Doris Merker,
'41, chairman of Judiciary Commit-
tee, in order to avoid a rush at inter-
viewing and to afford time for more
individual attention to each woman
who interviews for an appointment.
With more time, more personal at-
tention can be given to each girl,
Miss Merker stressed.
At the same time, petitioning and
interviewing groups in the League
will be spread out over a longer peri-
od of time to the benefit of both the
women desiring positions and the
interviewing council. After Orien-
tation chairmen interviews this
month, Freshman Project interviews
will take place next month, League
Council in January, McCormick
Scholarships in February, and League
summer council interviews in March.
WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.
Ballet Group: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Archery Club: 4:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing.
Tennis Club: Practice meeting
4:30 Wednesday at Palmer Field
'Golf: 4:15 Thursday at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.
Fencing: 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
Barbour Gymnaisum.
Hockey Club: 4:15 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday in the Women's
Athletic Building.
Volley Ball Tournament: Sche-
dule will be announced on the
Women's Athletic Building bul-
letin board.

Off the Slunk
(Editor's Note: Any simlarity between
the style used in this article to any
publication living or expired is purely
intentional and most certainly not orig-
inal. New Yorker please note.)
I notice by the Letters to the Editor
columns that it is getting to be quite
fashionable to air one's opinions on
The Daily. As the women's staff isj
notoriously (though the men say not
noticeably) interested in fashion, I
feel it a sacred duty to bring the fol-
lowing items to the attention of the
unsuspecting reader:
THIS WORLD OF CHANGE DE-,
PARTMENT (From "The Daily Dou-
ble," Oct. 11).
"My next aim was to add culture
to the gridders."
GO CLIMB A TREE DEPART-
MENT (From The Daily, Oct. 8).
"'Congress offers many opportu-
nities to independent men in many'
spheres,' Andrews continued, 'that
they could not find elsewhere'."
THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK
(From an editorial by Hervie Haufler
in The Daily, Oct. 10).
"What is to be done with these ex-
tra thousands of men?"
DEPARTMENT OF UNDER-
STATEMENT (From The Daily, Oct.'
8).
"There are two chief ways students
can annoy the police these fine fall
days."
NEATEST TRICK OF THE WEEK
(From The Daily, Oct. 9).
"The program will be followed by
general debate from the floor.'
THAT'S TOO BAD, DEPT. (From
an editorial by Hervie Haufler ap-
pearing in The Daily, Oct. 10).
"And I must admit that people
chide me with these views and I oc-
casionally feel like hell."
THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK
(From The Daily, Oct. 10).
"It is virtually a certainty that
either Roosevelt or Willkie will win
the coming election."
HOW'S THAT AGAIN? DEPART-
MENT (From an editorial by A
Sarasohn appearing in The Daily.
Oct. 11).
"Something new and important is
starting tonight at Michigan."
NEATEST TRICK OF THE WEEK
(From The Daily, Oct. 10 .
"Many are the words of praise
we've heard from harassed women
who are obliged to practically live
in their purses all day long."
THAT'S TOO BAD, DEPT. (Adv.
for the Michiganensian).
"Price going up

Daily To Hold
Annual Style
Show Nov. 7
Ann Arbor Stores To Display
Fashions For Campus Wear;
Bill Gail's Orchestra To Play
At 4:15 on Nov. 7, twenty-five wo-
men students will hold forth in col-
lege styles at the All-American Fa-
shion Fantasy, semi-annual DaIily!

style show.
As was done last. year, the affair
will be held in the Michigan Theatre,'
and all students and faculty are wel-
come to attend free of charge. Bill
Gail's orchestra will play during the
display of clothes from various Ann
Arbor stores.
Also during the afternoon, there
will be entertainment features. Last
year Jack Silcott, Grad., resumed his
role from the "Four Out of Five"
Mimes Opera and came to the style
show as Mrs. Roosevelt, and Annabel
Van Winkle, '41, sang. If anyone is
interested in singing for the fashion,
show this year she should call Jane
Krause at 2-2543.
Models for Fashion Fantasy are
to be chosen by a committee consist-
ing of Dr. Meldon Everett of the
Health Service, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the League,
Jane Krause, '41, women's advertis-
ing manager, and Sue Hollis, '42, who
will be in charge of the models. All
who wish to try out should come to
the League from 3 to 4:30 p.m. on
Thursday and Friday of this week.
The models will be chosen because
of their attractiveness, posture, walk
and ability to wear clothes. Others
who are working on Fashion Fantasy
are Helen Bohnsack, '41, women's
'business manager, who has charge of
programs and ushers, Jean Benham,
'42, Alice Rydel, '41, heading the com-
mittee on arrangements, and Mar-
garet Sanford, '42, taking care of
contacts.
Three previous shows have been
sponsored by The Daily, the first of
which was held in the spring of '39.

wishing won't give you
an enviable figure line
but Fornifil will !

More Pledgings1
The name of Miriam Williams, '44,
of Battle Creek was omitted fromI
the list of Alpha Phi sorority pledges
yesterday.
Phi Sigma Kappa announces the
pledging of Charles Bowen, '41, of
Detroit, and Richard Sharp, '42, of
Schenectady, N.Y.

Are Announced
Theta Phi Alpha announces the
pledging of Betsy Burknaizer, '42, of
Hillsdale; Betty Dunne, '44, of Win-
netka, Ill.; Betty Irvin, '44, of De-
troit; Gloria Nellthorpe, '44, of Wy-
andotte; Ruth Parsons, '42, of Great
Neck, L.I.; and Roseniary Ryan, '43,
of Saginaw

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Riders To Hold Tryouts
Tryouts for the Crop and Saddle
Club will be held 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing. Regular club members will meet
at 4 p.m. the same day, also in the
Women's Athletic Building.
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This party perfume, blend
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tunes.
Give her "PINK PARTY" per-
fume on any of the many im-
portant school girl occasions.
It will make her feel enchant-

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