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)BER 15, 1940

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Assembly,

Panhellenic

Announce Chairmen For

Banquets

Athena, Honorary
Speech Society, Elects
Officers For Season
Athena, women's speech society,
elected officers Friday afternoon at
their second meeting of the year.
New officers are: Margery L. Alli-
son, '41, president; Rutg L. Krein-
son, '41, ┬░vice-president; Gwendolyn
M. McCarren, '41, secretary; Anna
Jean Williams, '42, treasurer, and
Rosebud Scott, '42, publicity chair-
man.
Mary Martha Taylor, '42, and Jean
C. Maxted, '41, were appointed co-
chairmen of the intramural debating
series which Athena will sponsor
among campus women.

Jean Hubbard
Will Be Head
Of Committee
Independent Women Appointed
To Posts For Annual Dinner,
Patricia Walpole Announces
Jean Hubbard, '42, has been chosen
as general chairman of the annual
Assembly Banquet, which will be held
at 6:15 p.m., Nov. 4 in the Michigan
League.
Her assistants on the central com-
mittee, announced by Patricia Wal-
pole, '41, president of Assembly, are
Jean Grant, '41, assistant general
chairman; Jean Tenofsky, '41, in
charge of program; Mary Mitchell,
publicity; Margaret Polumbaum, '42,
tickets; Dorothy Anderson, '42, pa-
trons; Virginia. Capron, '43, decora-
tions.
To Assist With Tickets
Betty Jane Awrey, '43, representing
the dormitories, and Lee Keller, '41,
for the Ann Arbor Independents, are
assistants on the ticket committee.
No ticket chairmen has as yet been
chosen from the League house group.
Miss Hubbard has been active in
both Assembly, League activities,
class projects and Choral Union. She
held a chairmanship in the "Come-
Across Dance" given by Assembly and
has worked on both the Assembly Ball
and Assembly Banquet. The candy
booth and Sophomore Cabaret com-
mittee made up the majority of her
work in the League.
Worked On The Daily
Miss Grant was a member of The
Daily ard has worked on the central
committee for Capricorn Capers and
last year's Assembly Banquet. Miss
Tenofsky has served on the publicity
committee for both Assembly Banquet
and Assembly Ball.
Miss Mitchell has been a member
of the Daily exchange staff, and was
decorations chairman for the last
Assembly, Banquet. Miss Polum-
baum has been the accounts man-
ager of the Gargoyle, an Orientation
adviser, and chairman of programs
for Theatre Arts.
Miss Anderson worked on Assembly
Ball, and Soph Prom. Miss Capron
worked on Frosh Frolic and was a
member of the Freshman Girl's Glee
Club.
Volleyball Postponed
Because of conflicting events,
the women's intramural volley-
ball tournament has been post-
poned to next week. Games will
be played Oct. 22, 23 and 24.

Ji. HIGH TIME!

Bonnie Lowden List Of PACI Hostesses
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Bong-bong-bong-bcng- bong-bong-bong-bong!! One thirty --good
night, thanks, had a wonderful time: no, Im busy that night, but call me up
tomorrow when there's more. time before closing hours. Come on Jane, Mrs.
Housema will be out in a minute to chg you into our sleeping quarters.
Well, we didn't have a minute to get something to eat; it took so long to
get our coats at the Union. It's se hard to locate people in the ballroom

eads Group
Planning Event
Other Sorority Women To Be
In Charge Of Arrangements
For Formal Dinner, Oct. 28

T-Dance Is Announced
The official list of 'trouble-Shoo

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when there are no stabilization tables, but I did manage to Bonnie Lowden '42. was appointed
spot Hope Robison with Chuck Samuels caught between a r' general chairman of Panhellenic
glide and a slide. Natalie Lilienthal and Marty Fefferman Banquet. which will be held Oct. 28
were trying out their new shoes too. but I couldn't find the in the League, Annabel Van Winkle,
elder Fefferman in the chaperon quarters. 41, pre'ident of Panhellenic, an-
nounced yesterday.
at z on Sa d For Al Betty Whi tely, '42, will act as chair-
- * * * man of programs with Charlotte
Thompson, '43, her assistant. Doris
Don Engel and Dorothy Dubuisson evidentally have musical souls too; Allen.m'42, is chairman of decorations
ar should I say they have musical soles? Next time I go to the Union, I'll beI and Patricia Stearns. 43, is assistant
sure to put on my most bouffant ball-gewn, 'cause it will be the most appro- dchairman.
priate background for the dreamy Viennese waltzes that make Bill Sawyers Nancy Gray, '43, is chairman of
fans applaud so. There are more and more couples resting and smoking-out tickets; Rosalie Smith, '42, patrons;
the shag numbers in order to more fully appreciate the three- Anna-Jean Williams, '42, is menu
four time of those Strauss revivals, chairman, and Helen Rhodes, '42,
Mazie said that she'd rather keep the fifth floor Mosher- music.j
Jordan line open for male voices, but I wouldn't hang up Is A Member Of Gargoyle
until she admitted that three of the freshmen on the corridor Miss Lowden is affiliated with
could noi remember the last names of those blind dates they Kappa Kappa Gamma, is a member
accommodated a few evenings ago. Say, I almost forgot about of the social committee of the League,
G ┬░ the chicken bones left in my bottom drawer. Maybe they is a representative to Panhellenic,
Swill stand another going-over to appease this gn n and works on the Gargoyle staff.
feeling.gMiss Whitely is a member of Pi
Beta Phi, worked on The Daily staff
M re anher freshman and sophomore years,
*ees o o*"was publicity chairman of Freshman
Project and is a member of the so-
Laura Katzenal, who sits next to me in class Friday mornings, ad- cial committee. A member of Alpha
mitted that she took a few minutes off from general-chairmanning the Xi Delta, Miss Thompson has worked
Hillel Mixer to dance a few steps with Myron Gins. Dave Friedman, ShirmE on Freshman Project, the social and
ley Altschuler. Jean Tenofsky, and Abe Rosenzweig managed to meet and merit committees, and is a Panhelle-
mix in familiar style, too. nic delegate.
Those dormitory women surely do have the chances Miss Allen, a member of Alpha Chi
to reciprocate invitations to big dances. Bill Gail Omega, has worked on Freshman
furnished the melodious background for the rhythm- Project, Sophomore Cabaret, the
ical steps of Betsy Barbour girls Saturday evening. member of thWam board iv
Janet Dickinson, with Wilbur Walworth, and Janice ineLeue w orkdrnAte m e
Ofborn with Ralph Gilbert took the music in their f iss Stearns is a member of Alpha
stride. Barbara Hulbert evidently likes Henry Dong-'v Delta Pi.
willo's method of swinging and swaying, too. Works On 'Ensian
Incidentally, I have a problem, grave and impor- A member of Alpha Gamma Delta,
tions one after the other from a party not too-appealing, he says, "WhcC staff and has worked on the social
can I see you; name the date." When he asks for a specific evening, there's and theatre arts committees. Miss
always the answer of "I'm busy," but there is no human being that hasn't r mitl, a mnenber of Delta Delta Del-
one empty night within the next few months. What do ta, is chairman of the patrons com-
- you do? mit tee for JGP, works on the 'Ensian
The tempting comfort of my double-decker bed is staff, was on the committee for the
luring. Shall I put up my hair or leave it until tomorrow? Panhellenic Scholarship Luncheon
Guess I'll forget about that minor obstacle to facial beauty and worked on Sophomore Cabaret.
h tonight. Maybe I won't even bother about getting un- Miss Williams, who is affiliated
dressed eithe'. Gee, but I'm tiiiiiiired-click, snap, bang, with Chi Omega, worked on the dec-
orations committee for Freshman
Project, was a member of the hostess
and finance committees for Soph-
H illel Players To Meet To Give Tea Tomorrow omore Cabaret, and works on the
The Hillel Players will meet at There will be a tea from 3 p.m. to ballroom and social committees.
7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Hillel 5 p.m. tomorrow in the clubrooms Miss Rhodes is a member of Gam-
Foundation. All old members and of St. Mary's Chapel for all Catholic ma Phi Beta, the Gargoyle staff, and
)thers interested in any phase of play women on campus. New students are the social, ballroom and orientation
production are invited to attend to especially urged to attend so that committees of the League. She was
hear plans for the coming year and they may meet the members of the also music chairman of Freshman
to sign up for committee positions. parish. Project.

er" hostesses for the first in this
year's series of PACI all-campus T-
dances,stobe held from 3:30 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. Thursday in the ballroom
of the Michigan League, has been
announced by Dick Ebbetts, chair-
man of the dances.
Hostesses wro will represent As-
sembly are Ann Hamilton, '43; Alice
Cavender, '43; Ethel Winnai, '41;
Maxine Bertucci, '42; Kay Ruddy,
'42; Betty Tartenfelder, '42; Shirley
Schmid, '42 and Virginia Alstrom,
'42.
Panhellenic's representatives are
Dorothy Bloxom, '41; Mott Wright,
'42; Dorothy Laran, '41; Jeannette
Hoffman, '42; Betty Coulett, '41; Pat
Lewis, '44; Joan McGrath, '44 and
Lou Carpenter, '42.
The vocalist, to sing with the or-
chestra, will be announced later.
League Calendar
Tues.: 3:30 p.m. Publicity Com-
mittee Meeting. y m
7:30 p.m. Beginners' Dancing
Class.
8:30 p.m. Advanced Dancing
Class.
Wed.: 4:00 p.m. Meeting of League
House Representatives with
Patricia Walpole, President
of Assembly.
4:30 p.m. Tutorial Committee
Meeting.

Sophomores
To Hold Mass
Meeting Today
Announcement of the theme and
dates for the 1940 Sophomore Cabaret
will be made at a mass meeting of
sophomore women at 5 p.m. today in
the League Ballroom. Julie Chock-
ley, general chairman, will preside
and present the central theme, fol-
lowed by brief announcements by the
committee chairmen.
There will be an opportumity for
eligible sophomore women to sign
up for activity on the class project
in whatever field best suit their abili-
ties and appeals to their interests.
Plans for the Cabaret are well ad-
vanced, due to the appointment of
the central committe in the spring
for the first time instead of the fall.
They await the additional stimula-
tion of sophomore women with origi-
nal and ambitious ideas.
The Sophomore Cabaret, or League
Fair, is held annually in the Michi-
gan League. The committees for
which all eligible sophomore women
may petition are booths and exhibits,
costume, dance, decorations, finance,
music, hostesses, publicity, recorder
and tickets.
Riders To Hold Tryouts
Tryouts for Crop and Saddle will
be held at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. All
women who are interested are asked
to call Mary Hayden at 2-2202 for
further imformation.

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