FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1940
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Union Formal Committee States
Provisions For Reservations
Ticket sale for the Union Formal,
to be held Nov. 1 in the Union Ball-
room will continue from 3:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m. today, Monday, and Tues-
day at the Union Travel Desk, Robert
Shedd° '42, and James Rossman, '42,
co-chairmen of finance, announced.
Reservations for tables may be
made either at the travel desk at the
time of purchase of the ticket, or at
the main desk at any other time.
Reservations are made by handing in
the stubb on which is written the
name of the fraternity or independent
group with which the couple wishes
Those people who are going in par-
ties ofttwo or three couples may sit
together by indicating on their stubbs
the tickets numbers of the other
couples, Robert Samuels, '42, an-
Coronets Go To Teas
Student Mixer Outdoor Club
For Architects To Inaugurate
To BeThursdaySeason Sunday
Students Will Be Given Chance Stimulating fall weather prov
asset to the activities of the O
To Meet Faculty Informally; Club, as it resumes many of its
Radio, Recordings To Be Played 'ar friendship-forming and n
loving feature excursions.
Faculty and student body will meet Through the Arboretum to the Is-
anminlyandsnudnf odmal atmee Iland will wander the steak-roast and
and mingle in an informal atmos- hike party that will meet at 3 p.m.
phere at the annual College of Archi- nda at the Women's Athletic'
tecture Mixer from 7:30 p.m. to 10 Building. For those who are hungry,
p.m. Thursday in the Union Terrace "We will return in time for an eve-
R mning meal," said Gertrude Inwood,
immediate wear and
thru the winter.
All head sizes.
523 East Liberty St.
Michigan Theatre Bldg.
Demure is the impression, wist-
ful is the mood, and desirable is
the thought, when the coronet bon-
net frames an oval face in a sym-
metrical heart. A wisp of lace veil-
ing removes the possibility of its
slipping from place.
A Founders' Day Banquet to
which the Detroit Alumni Chapten
will be invited, was planned last night
at the first meeting of Zeta Phi Eta,
women's honorary speech fraternity.
The date was tentatively set for Nov.
Projects for the year include the
Speech Honors' Banquet and the
Oral Interpretation Hour which were
also sponsored by the group last year.
Plans were made for Zeta Night at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre when
the members will usher for one of the
Mildred Ward, '41, and Jane Grills,
'41, were appointed co-chairmen of
the program committee and Adelaide
Carter, '42, publicity chairman.
The next meeting will be Monday
at 4 o'clock in 4208 Angell Hall.
Exclusively for students enrolled in
the College of Architecture is this
annual affair, headed this year by
Jean Ranahan, '43A, social chairman
of the Architectural Council. The
Council, which is sponsoring the
Mixer, is the governing body of the
Radio and record music, plus re-,
freshments, will be included in the
evening's entertainment, while the
program will consist mostly of in-
formal discussion between the staff,
and student body.
The annual Mixer is known to be
one of the few social events in which
students may meet and talk with
their professors without that usual
classroom formality. The main pur-
pose of the event is to give students
of the College just this opportunity.
In keeping with the informal key-
note of the affair will be the casual
clothes worn by those attending. Ad-
mission will be free.
Sorority Will Mark
Alumnae from all parts of the
United States will be guests of Beta
Delta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma sorority at its Golden Anniver-
sary celebration today and tomorrow.-
A buffet supper at 6:30 p.m. to-
day, followed by a skit depicting the
history of the chapter at Michigan
will start the festivities. Eleanor
Stevenson, '41, is in charge of skit
arrangements, which are in honor of
Decorations at the formal banquet
at 7 p.m. Saturday at the League will
be in keeping with the Golden Anni-
versary theme. This last affair of the
weekend will be in honor of the active
Wyvern Sponsors Tea'
Freshman Michigan Alumnae Schol-
arship women were honored at a tea'
given by Wyvern, Junior honorary
society, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
yesterday at the home of Mrs. Harry
Bacher, assistant dean of women.
'43, president of the club. Twenty-
five cents will cover the entire cost
of the walking trip.
Those who wish to be included
among the roasters, whether they are
members of the Outdoor Club or not,
must sign up with Marion Bale, '41,
Louise Hagen, '44, and Miss Inwood,
all of Stockwell Hall, Shirley Gould,
'43 of Zeta Tau Alpha, or at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building by 6 p.m.
Saturday. The price of the excursion
should be paid upon leaving one's
Bi-monthly Union Sunday Morning
Saunters will be conducted again this
year with the first party leaving at
10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, from the
side entrance to the Union. These
excursions fit in particularly well
with the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion policy of sponsoring more activi-
ties for mixed groups. Neither men
or women must sign up for these
saunters; an appearance at the Union
at the designated time is all that is
In keeping with this idea of more
mixed sport; the Women's Athletic
Association has provided facilities for
picnics, tobaggoning, skiing, roller-
skating, and other activities that can
be enjoyed by men and women to-
Cupid Aims At Michigan
Students And Alumni;
Cupid has struck into the midst of
the Michigan alumni and students
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kremers of
Lewiston Heights, New York, an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Ann Lee, to Mr. Philip W.
Buchen, '41L, of Sheboygan, Wis.
Mr. Buchen has been active on The
Daily, of which he was business man-
ager two years ago. He is also a
'member of Delta Kappa Epsilon, the
Law Club, Michigamua, Sphinx and
Phi Eta Sigma.
The engagement of Virginia Carr,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Carr,
'39A, of Batavia, New York, and John
IVumford, '37, of Detroit, was recently
All Campus Invited To Attend;'
Earl Stevens And Orchestra
To Play In League Ballroom
Newman Club social activities will
get under way from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
today in the League Ballroom, with
the first big dance of the fall season.
Earl Stevens and his orchestra will
play for the annual affair, which is
sponsored to give the campus and all
prospective members an idea of the
nlubs' program for the coming year,
and of the nature of its social activi-
Professor and Mrs. Allen Sherzer,
:nd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nieset will
chaperon the dance whose arrange-
nents committee is headed by Burns
Huttlinger ,41. president of the club.
Hie is being assisted by his commit-
tee, composed of Albin Schinderle,
'42; Jack Sullivan. '43; Geraldine
Granfield, '42; John MacNaughton,
Grad., and Kay Norton, '42.
Tickets for the dance, which will
be free with membership cards, and
fifty cents per non-member, may be
obtained this afternoon at St. Mary's
Chapel, or at the door immediately
before the dance. The entire campus
is welcome to attend.
To Start Today
Alumni, Pledges Are Honored
At Pre-Homecoming Meetings
Several campus groups will launch
this homecoming weekend with
dances today in honor of their alum-
Phi Kappa Sigma will entertain at
an informal dance from 9:30 p.m. to
1 a.m. today at which Mr. and Mrs.
John Norton and Mr. and, Mrs. Hugo
Hagemeyer will be chaperons.
At the Pi Lambda Phi house, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Wallach and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Bothman will chaperon
an informal radio dance from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. today, given to honor
the alumni returning for the Michi-
gan-Illinois football game.
An alumni dance will be the order
of the evening at the Sigma Alpha
Epsilon house from 9:30 p.m. to 1
a.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Wessinger and Dr. and Mrs. Francis
Naylor will act as chaperons.
Members of Theta Chi will dance
to the strains of Gordon Hardy's mus-
ic from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. today.
Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Vander Tyl and Mr. and Mrs.
Final Tryouts Are Announced
For Fashion Fantasy Models
Today will be the last day of try-
outs for modeling in the All-Ameri-
can Fashion Fantasy, the semi-an-
nual Daily style show.
All University women except fresh-
men are invited to try out from 3 to
4:30 p.m. at the League for the choos-
ing of models to show clothes from
various Ann Arbor stores. The show
is to be held at 4:15, Nov. 6, at th
Posture Is Important
Attractiveness, posture and ability
to wear clothes are the main point
to be conisdered by the judges. Ex
treme neatness in hair-do and gen
eral intelligence of dress will be giv
en weight in the choice of those wh
are selected. Casualness but no
sloppiness in grooming is important
contestants are reminded to wal
with their head and shoulders back
Posture should be graceful and
should add to the general impres
sion of wearing clothes well.
Judges are Dr. Meldon Everett, o
the Health Service, Miss Ethel Mc
Cormick, social director of th
League, Miss Marie Hartwig, of th
Physical Education Department, Su
Hollis, '42, head of the committe
of models, and Jane Krause, '41, wo
men's advertising manager,
Bill Gail To Play
Twenty-five mannequins are to
display outfits from local stores while
Bill Gail's orchestra will play. There
is no charge for the event.
- Other entertainment is also to be
offered, and Miss Krause asks that
e anyone who would like to tryout for
Ssinging for the afternoon occasion
call her at 2-2543.
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