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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Scroll Initiates
Four Women
In Formal Rites
Yellow sunflowers with blue cen-
ters upon which are written "Lassies
Fair 1940" will mark each place at
the Assembly Banquet, to be held at
6 p.m. Monday in the League Ball-
room, according to the description of
Virginia Capron, '43, decorations
chairman.
The sunflowers have been made so
that they can be worn as corsages.
Over the entrance to the ballroom,
will hang a huge blue and white sign
saying "Hi, Ho, Come to the Fair"
and recorded music will play this song
as the independent women enter.
To give more of the atmosphere of
a county fair, a booth has been de-
signed with a blue and yellow awn-
ing and a collapsed edge. It will be
set up beside the speaker's table and
it is from this spot that blue ribbons
'for scholarship and activities will be
awarded. Many-colored balloons will
lend a festive air to the occasion.
Centerpieces at each table will con-
sist of a tin can filled with gaily
shaped and colored balloons. At each
window of the ballroom there will be
a silhouette of some fair figure.
Assisting Miss Capron on the dec-
orations committee are Mariette Rol-
leston, '43, Ruth Burlingame, '43,
Shirley Risburg, '42Ed, Doris Jones,
'42, Roberta Howard, '42, Betty Part-
infelder, '43, Emilie Root, '42A, Mary
Jane Dennison, '42, Margaret Evans,
'43, Virginia Ahlstrom, '41, and Jean
Mieras, '42.
Tickets for the banquet may be
obtained from the Assembly ticket
booth in the League lobby or from
any member of the central commit-
tee or ticket committees. Tickets will
also be sold at the door. They are
priced at 70 cents for all independ-
ents except those who live in dormi-
tories, to whom they are 45 cents.
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Annual Affair
Will Be Held
By 'MAthletes
Fielding H. Yost Will Autograph
Programs To Be Presented
To Guests; Sawyer Will Play
With a free weekend on the sched-
ule, athletes and their guests will
frolic from 9 p.m. to midnight today
in the Union Ballroom at the an-
nual M-Club dance.
Programs autographed by Fielding
H. Yost will be presented to everyone
attending the affair, which is open to
the public, announced Bill Combs,
'41, president of the M-Club. Mr.
Yost will be present at the affair
himself, while a huge picture of him,
5 feet tall, will be placed on one side
of the bandstand; a large "M" will
appear on the other.
To Present Door Prizes
Four footballs, a baseball,, and bas-
ketball will be presented as door prizes
by Tom Harmon, '41, Forest Eva-
shevski, '41, Herbert Brogan, '41Ed,
and Bill Steppon, '41Ed. Each prize
will be autographed by members of
the respective teams.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
furnish the music, which will be
broadcast from the ballroom of the
Union over Station WJR from 11:30
1 p.m. to midnight. Decorations will
follow the maize and blue color
scheme, with streamers hung from
the chandeliers.
Members To Wear 'M' Sweaters
Tickets, which cost $1.25 per couple,
may still be purchased from mem-
bers of the M-Club or in the lobby of
the Union, Gil Samuelson, '42, ticket
chairman ,announced. All members
of the M-Club will wear their "M"
sweaters.
A proposed contest to select a
campus "Miss M-Club" will not be
held.
Psychology Reception
To Be Held Today
A reception for graduate students
in psychology" will be held at 8 p.m.
today in the small ballroom of the
Horace Rackham Building. There
will be dancing and other special
features fitting the nature of the
occasion.
Prof. John F. Shepard, acting head
of the psychology department, and
Mrs. Shepard are in charge of the
affair at which', Mrs. Walter Pills-;
bury and Mrs. Clarence Yoakum will
pour. The reception will be spon-
sored by the faculty of the Depart-
went of Psychology.

e e All-Campus Formals Will Hon
To Come Out Houses To H
For T-D ance Even Hallowe'en weekend hasn't
aroused much activity on campus this r
time. although t bare are several
Time Out Called For Collegians pledge formals and radio dances to j
Who Will Dance To Bill Gail's akeep that festive Michigan spiritw
Orchetra t Legue oday alive.
Orchestra At League Today ollegiate Sorosis is holding its an-
nual pledge formal from 9 p.m. toR
Tmidnight, today at the chapter house. a
out penalty from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 Woody McAndrews and his orchestra
p.m. today, when its second all-cam- pill
pus T-dance of the season gets un- plyfrdnig'n h at
depainah alro fth ege will be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. f
oo eLagueThorleis Hegge, Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
With no football game scheduled ence Skinner, and Mrs. Bowler Rowles,
and inter-collegiate hostilities can- o
3 called temporarily, intro-conlegiate To Hold Pledge Formal rf
K Fsivg Delta Delta Delta will also have
festivities will hold the rein for the Nits pledge fomal with Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon. Just to prove that this is Howell Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
so, the entire Varsity squad has been DeFries, and Mrs. Orbison acting as
invited to the dance. Bill Gail's chaperons. Milt Crosman and his
band will play for the dancing, and chera wilteran the gus
Joan Hamilton, '41, and Roland Mc- Pledges will receive recognition brace-
Laughlin, '41E, will handle the vocal
aragmnsEfar lets as gifts. ,r
arrangements.
Admission h APi Beta Phi will hold a formal dance
Admiont o me, AC h s for its new pledges from 9 p.m. to
25aents for hmen andtmidnight today. Tom Snyder wand
c Hoste woen, Ofiiaehis orchestra will play for the affair
]Hostesses To Officiate wihM.adMs oe et
Thirteen women, chosen from the which Mr. and Mrs. Homer Heath
ranks of Panhellenic and Assembly and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jameson
will act as official hostesses for to- will chaperon.
day's dance. Those representing Pan- Gamma Phi Beta is holding its p
hellenic are Beverly Bracken, '41: pledge formal from 9 p.m. to midnight: o
Marney Gardner, '42; Jane Connell, today at the chapter house. Mr. and t
'42; Carol Pitcher, '43; Jane Hyde Mrs. F. W. Taber and Mr. and Mrs. l
'42, and Bette Ross, '42. J Earl Wolaver will chaperon the dance. c
Assembly's hostesses are Virginia Radio Dances To Be Held n
The contrast provided by the Rchr, '43; Catherine Davies, '44; Jean Alpha Kappa Lambda is having a
Webb, '44SM; Patricia Donnelly, '44, -c
gleaming whiteness of a molded Betty Partenfelder, '42; Muriel Kea-h
dress under an enveloping, black hey, '43, and Jean Shafer, '43. Alumna Will Begin b
velvet wrap, is winter fashion news Large Attendance Expected
for evening. Dick Ebbets, '42, general chairman Trip In Clouds Today
of the PACI all-campus T-dance H
committee, declared that an extra- Suzanne Potter, '40, of Ann Arbor, H
ordinarily large attendance is ex- will begin her trips "in the clouds" B
.Club W olverine pected at this dance because there is today when she starts her job as a s
no other large campus function to hostess for the Pennslvania Central g
To H old O pen interfere with it. Although the PACT Airlines. Her solo trip is from De- '
dances are usually held on Thursdays, troit to Washington, D. C. r
last year one Saturday dance was MBss Potter was active in woman
held, proving so successful that the 'students' activities and student jour-
committee decided to hold another nalism when attending the Univer-
Newest claim to fame for "The this year. sity. In her senior year, she was a P
Club Wolverine" is the sophistication All students on campus are invited member of the Senior Society and a
of its Saturday nights, when the club to attend the PACI dances. Because was publicity chairman of the t
is open from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. cf the very nature of the organiza- League. She was on the Daily staff h
Solving the problem of what to do tion, founded solely for the purpose for two years and served as women's ir
when there isn't anything to do, the of sponsoring afternoon T-dances, editor for two summers. h
Club offers dancing and refreshments PACI is a representative campus
and a guarantee of freedom from group.
boredom. Minimum charge will be
50 cents, Phil Westbrook, '43L, so-
cial director, announced. Te+t '
Those wishing to drop around toL
the Club should arrange for table
reservations beforehand. This may W ill Be Them e
be done by telephoning the Wolver-
ine, 2-1124, 6r by making arrange-
ments at the lobby desk during theaFor Banquet
week.F
Working on the committee under Formal initiation was held yester-
Westbrook are Don Counihan, '42BAd, day in the League chapel by the
and Joseph Gardner, '41BAd. robed figures of Scroll, honor society,1FA.'

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.or Pledges;
old Radio Dances
adio dance tonight with Mr. and
Mrs. John Weber and Mr. and Mrs.
John Hogar as chaperons. There
will be a radio dance at the Theta1
Xi house also, with Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Smith. of Howell, and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Hall, acting as cha-
erons.
WestiQuadrangle will add to the
festivities with a raidio dance which
will be chaperoned by the house direc-
ors of Adams and Michigan Houses
'espectively, Mrs. Hunt and Mrs.
Niles. This is the first dance of the
year in which all eight houses will
participate.
co-Op Counci I
To Hold Dance
12 Houses Join In Presenting
Hallowe'en Jamboree Today
Old, ragged clothes will be the
redominant feature of the Inter-Co-
perative Council's Hallowe'en party
omorrow night at the Women's Ath-
etic Building, David Margold, '42E,
hairman of the social committee, an-
nounced yesterday.
The dance will be the first inter-
ooperative social activity of the 12
houses for the school year. It will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight.
On the committee for the affair
are Marcia Dubrucq, '43A, Palmer
House; Bill Ditz, '42A, Brandeis
House; Dick Ebbetts, '42E, Rochdale
House; Dorothy Briddon, '43, repre-
enting Pickerill House; Dave Mar-
gold, Congress House; James Jannett,
42, Michigan House; Werner Wass-
mardorfs, '42E, representing Owen
House and Stalker House represent-
ed by Bob Boucher, '44P.
Dancers will be able to play ping
ong and cards during the evening
nd to enjoy an applebobbing con-
est' between the houses. Another
highlight of the evening will be dur-
rng intermission when each co-op
ouse will present a skit.

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Organization of All-American Fa-
shion Fantasy will be similar to that
of a stage production and will be en-
tirely for the convenience of those
attending, Alice Rydell, '41, in charge
of arrangements, announced.
Fashion Fantasy, to be held Nov.
7 is the semi-annual style show spon-
sored by The Michigan Daily and
Ann Arbor merchants and will be at
the Michigan Theatre. The show is
free of charge to all who wish to at-
tend, and adequate seating is assured
in the theatre. It will start promptly
at 4:15, and the fashion showing will
continue for approximately one and
a half hours, Miss Rydell said.
Miss Rydell has worked out a sys-
tem for calling the models which will
assure smooth running of the show,
and in this she will be assisted by
Jean Benham, '42. There will also
be official programs handed out at
the door to indicate models, the out-
fits they wear and the store that is
showing the outfit in the Fashion
Fantasy.
Models chosen from the women stu-
dents of the University will wear
the clothes on a stage with All-Amer-
ican decorations.
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for senior affiliated women, tor the
four new members, Ruth Fitzpatrick,
Marion Conde, Margaret Hubbard
and Margary Allison, who were
tapped Thursday.
After the initiation, breakfast was
served in the Russian Tea Room.
Initiates wore blue sweaters and skirts
with little medals in the shape of
scrolls suspended from yellow and
blue ribbons.
Tapped Thursday
Thursday the society tapped from
about 10:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. march-
ing around the campus in their caps
and gowns, singing their song, "We're
marching tonight with spirits aglow,
we're out for a grand bunch of girls
you may know-to have them open
a scroll that is new, look out worthy
senior, we may tap you."
Miss Fitzpatrick is a member of
Gamma Phi Beta. Last year she was
chairman of the make-up committee
for JGP and chairman of make-up
on theatre-arts. She is now secre-
tary of Athena, and vice-president of
her sorority.
Has Lead In 'The Bat'
Leading lady in "The Bat," the
next play to be given by Play Pro-
duction, is Miss Conde, who also had
a role in JGP last year. She is secre-
tary of Panhellenic Council and is
affiliated with Alpha Delta Pi.
Miss Hubbard, member of Col-
legiate Sorosis, is head of the League
tutorial system and has worked on
orientation, theatre-art, JGP, Sopho-
more Cabaret, and Freshman Project.
She is also member of summer ses-
sion league council, and chairman
in charge of bridge lessons.
Miss Allison is affiliated with Chi
Omega.
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