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',I&VENMBER 9, 1940

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Independents
To Hold Mixer

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In League Gril

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Dancing During Intermission
To Highlight Today's Broadcast
Of Wolverine-Gopher Game
Fifty-yard line seats will be avail-
able for they Minnesota game for all
those attending the second of the
Congress-Assembly Football Mixers at
3 p.m. today in the Silver Grill of the
League.
All independent students are invit-
ed to the affair free of charge, and
the feature attraction of the after-
noon will be the radio version of the
Michigan-Minnesota game.
Before the game and between
the halves, there will be dancing
to phonographic transcriptions of the
world's best orchestras, Dick Coe,
'42E, social chairman of Congress,
said. Refreshments will be sold
throughout the afternoon, and dur-
ing the intermission.
On the committee for the Football
Mixers from Assembly are Jeann2U
Engel, '41, Sarajeanne Hauke, '42;
Ruth Ellen Thomas, '42; Peg Wise-
man, '42; Norma Ginsberg, '41.
Congress' committee members are
Coe, Laurence Mascott, '41; Harold
Osterweil, '41; Harold Wilson, '42;
Ed Fried, '41 and Gerald Schafland-
er, '42.
Football mixers of a similar na-
ture were sponsored by Congress and
Assembly last fall, and for the Har-
vard game this year with much suc-
cess, Coe stated.

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Pledge Formals, Pcdi Dmnce:
Mark Week-End's Festivities
Although' Interfraternity Ball al-
most outshadowed any other social be Dr. and Mrs. Peter Crabtree, Dr.
doings on campus this weekend, there and Mrs. D. E. Standish, and Mrs.
are several pledge formals which W. E. Goodale.
stand at the head of the list of activi- A buffet supper followed with a
ties, and a couple of radio dances to radio dance will be the order of events
add to the festivities. at the Alpha Delta Pi House from
Delta Gamma will hold its annual 6:15 p.m. to midnight. Chaperons for
pledge formal from 9 p.m. to mid- this affair will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry
night today with Max Crosmann and Stearns and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
his orchestra supplying the music Waldo. Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold
for dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Philip forth at a dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
Stapp and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gra- night which will be chaperoned by
ham will act as chaperons. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bothman and
Alpha Omicron Pi is also having Mr. 'and Mrs. R. L. Picard.
its pledge formal with Mr. and Mrs. Kappa Kappa Gamma is to have
Douglas Brown, Dr. and Mrs. D. B. its pledge formal also, with a dinner
Foster, Dr. and Mrs. F. K. Sparrow, at the Allenel Hotel preceding the
and Mrs. Mary Alice Underwood as dance. Music will be provided by
chaperons. Alpha Chi Omega is hold- Jack Rue and his orchestra and cha-
ing a dance from 9 p.m. to midnight perons will be Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
today, with music furnished by Tom Van Duren, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Snyder's orchestra. Chaperons will B. Power, and Mrs. William Smith.
y -..- s. _n Beta Kappa Rho has planned a
dance to be held at the League from
U nion Supper 9 s m. to 12. Dean Byrl Backer,
nMrs. Florence Preston, and Miss Fred-
ieka Gillette will chaperon.
Ct nThere will be a radio dance at Mo-
W snsher Hall from 9 to midnight with
Mrs. Frederick Klein and Miss Louise
Second Affair Of Fall Series Larrabe acting as chaperons. Kath-
Is Scheduled For Tomorrow. erine Pickerill Cooperative House has
planned a party to be held from 8:30
Offering new ideas on what to do p.m. to 12, with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
with those puzzling hours on a late Bond, Mrs. George Slocum, and Miss
Sunday afternoon, the Union will Esther Pease as chaperons.
hold the second of its newly institut- Aside from dances and such, comes
ed fall series of Sunday suppers to- the news that Beta Theta Pi has in-
morrow from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the vited guests to listen to the Michigan-
main dining room, Jack' Grady, '42, Minnesota game in the afternoon, and
in charge of publicity announced. tehe members of Kappa Delta Rho
Whether after the matinee, or be- are splitting up with half going to the
fore the evening show, the Union game and half attending the Kappa
suppers should prove a popular place Delta Rho convention at Ohio State
to bringdates. Last Sunday the College.
crowd was so unexpectedly large that
the Union almost found itself ,short
o4 waiters, but that issue will be Hard-Headed
handled satisfactorily tomorrow, says
Mr. Frank Oakes, social manager of t
the Union. He also expressed great ctor Is tla Seded
satisfaction with last Sunday's re-
ception of the idea. 'Bat'(ThCast
In order to make these suppers In
more definitely a place to come for
a good time, and to promote the Whether this problem belongs to
social atmosphere, the prices have the physics department or to physi-
been greatly reduced from the udsual ology we don't know, but Prof. Wil-
level. liam Halstead is wondering how to
hit a promising young actor over the
head four nights in a row, with a
League House Group sturdy upright telephone, and still
Chooses Officers put off the logical result (lapse into
unconsciousness of said actor) until
New league house officers have been after the fourth night.
elected for the coming year with Bar- If we proceed by any rational pro-
bara Ann Friedberg, '43, heading the cess at all, we must come to the con-
group as president. elusion that something has to give
Dorothy Morris, '43, of Katherine -and the question is, which? Want-
Pickerill House, will act as vice-presi- ed: one very hard-headed stand-in,
dent and Elizabeth Ann Walker, '42. an iron skull-plate, or a squshy tele-
as secretary-treasurer. phone, among the properties of Play
- - - Production's "The Bat."
~-~ We've seen telephones in all colors,
Miss Brunson and in a good many shapes. We've
announces the opening seen opaque telephones, mirrored tele-
phones and transparent telephones
of --but we've never seen a telephone
Lynne'sthat didn't hurt when you're given
~""''~ ┬ža solid crack over the head with it.
~ ~ All donations including a telephone
Ec duty Shop that can assume the properties of a
feather pillow, a powder puff or a
Mrs. Goodwin, operator bath sponge, will be gratefully re-
530 South Forest ceived. So, all you mad young scien-
tists, think up something-pulleys,
IPhone,2-4802 mirrors, anything only the show must
go on!

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Cardigs Rate Tops P6hI le
Committees

Seven Couples Plan
Youth Hostel Bike Trip
With bicycle freedom, ambition,
and vigor, seven couples will under-
take the second Youth Hostel Trip
of the year at 2 p.m. today with the
Women's Athletic Building as their
starting point.
The Saline Valley Hostel will pro-
vide a resting place for the two-
day trippers who plan to return to
Ann Arbor by noon Sunday. The ex-
cursions, sponsored by the Outdoor
Club in conjunction with the Union,
is part of the Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation's program which fosters more
outdoor sports and more mixed sport
this year.
GOOD LIGHT
for 3 hours of Bridge
costs only
ONE CENT!
Good bridge-table lighting (a
150-watt lamp or three 60-watt
lamps) costs only one cent for
nearly three hours. Don't GUESS
about your lighting: Measure it
with a Light Meter. Phone your.
Detroit Edison office.

Year after year, the soft wool
cardigan remains a leading favor-
ite for casual campus wear. This
year many of the models feature
short sleeves and huge pockets.
Assembly Unit
Will Sponsor
Radio Dance
Mixer Atmosphere To Prevail
At 'Snappy Snapshot Swing'
To Be Held In League Today
Beta Kappa Rho, a new unit of
Assembly incorporated this fall into
the League, will dance to radio music
at the "Snappy Snapshot Swing,"
which they are holding from 9 p.m. to
midnight today in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
It will be an informal dance and
the decorations and program will be.
centered around photographs of those
in the group attending. It is the
first dance of Beta Kappa Rho's sea-
son and a "mixer" atmosphere will
prevail. A rogues' gallery of silhou-
ettes will line the sides of the room.
Guests are requested to bring their
identification cards.
Especially invited to the occasion
are the Ann Arbor Independents, and
all may attend either with or without
dates. Guests have been invited from
the Wolverine, Congress, various co-
ops, and fraternities by Sarajeanne
Hauke, '42, general chairman of the
dance, and her committee.
Committee members include Cath-
erine Call, '43, Betty Woods, '44, Elea-
nor Cartier, '42, Jane Schacht, '44,
and Dorothy Davidson, '44. Chaper-
ons for the occasion are Dean Byrl
F. Bacher, Mrs. Ellery D. Preston,
Miss Fredericka Gillette and Miss Vir-
ginia Tibbels. There is no admis-
sion charge at the dance, except for
presentation of identification cards.
Ladies In Red
Take Spotlight
In Fall Styles
It's a good thing collegiates have
nothing in common with the bull, for,

Announced
Appointees To Assist Chairmen
Of Decorations, Pubficity, Music
Program, Tickets And Ballroom
Assistants to members of the cen-
tral committee for Panhellenic Ball,
which will be held Dec. 6, have been
announced by Barbara MacLaughlin,
'43, general chairman of the ball.
The ballroom committee, which is
headed by Patricia MacFarland, '42,
has as its members Olive Beebe, '43;
Joanne Taylor. '42, and Cora Hackett,
'42.
Lois Basse, '42, chairman of the
ticket committee, will have as her
assistants Mary Eleanor Brown, '43;
Elaine Taylor. '42, and Mildred Rad-
ford. '42.
The patrons committee. with Mary
Lou Ewing, '43, serving as chairman,
has as members the following women:
Virginia Boardman; Marjorie Brown.
'43; Lou Carpenter, *'42: Dorothy
Cummings, '43; Jane Graham. '43A;
Jane Honey, '43; Marjorie Storkan,
'43 and Julianne Fenske. '42Ed.
Co-chairmen Virginia Alfvin, '42,
and Mary Pate, '43, have assisting
them on the decorations committee
Doris Arner, '43: Edith Longyear, '42:
Elinor Searles, '42; Ellen Koopman,
'43; Margaret Brown, '43; Belva Jane
Barnes, '43A; Dorothy Merki, '42;
Margot Thom, '42; Doris Allen, '42,
and Gertrude Mohlin, '42A.
Jean Manwaring, '42, chairman of
the publicity committee, has assist-
ing her Betty Whitely, '42; Helen
Rhodes, '42; Janet Hiatt, '42; Agnes
Crow, '42, and Mary Maynard, '42.
Chairman of the music committee,
Grace Miller, '42, has Ruth Jane
Cleary, '42; Gloria Carll, '43Ed., Nan-
cy Stock, '43, and Carolyn Denfield,
'42 as committee members.

Pcte Is Appointed To Cobaret Position

THEY'RE ALL THE RAGE! DEFY RAIN
SNOW AND COLD IN THESE SMART
f:..
J' y
in BLACK, RED or WHITE Water
f RUbber with Slide Fasteners
Be carefree ., in any weather! In boots, high
enough to protect your stockings. . . light-
weight . . comfortable. easily side-zipped to
go n and off in a flash Fit all heel heights
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COLEGAT SHE HO

ret by the Judiciary Council. She
will be a new member on the central
committee, and will be in charge of
the Cabaret on the afternoon of Nov.
30. There will be a tea dance or tea
on that day for which she will be1
responsible.
"Sunshine Inc !" which is the title

.f hL e N * 9 S~hnr 3abaret,
wll bt _lvnNov. 29 and 30i.
Miss Pate was on the decoration
committee of Freshman Project last
year, and last spring she was on the
dance class committee of Theatre
Arts. This year Miss Pate is co-chair-
man of the decorations committee
for Panhellenic Ball, and is on the
dance class committee of Theatre
Arts.

BOOK ROOM
Christmas,
Cards
by The Associated American
Artists Group and The De-
signers and Illustrators Group

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438 S. State

Ph. 5930

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COLLEGIATE SHOE SHOP

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Shattering All Value Records

ZWERDLING'S
37th ANNIVERSARY
Coat
Sale!

if it were so, there'd be a lot of fury
at all the red that's being seen.
Everything is taking on that hue.
Skirts and sweaters haven't missed,
but those aren't the only things. Jack-
ets, too, have taken up the color.
Some are wool and cut on tailored
lines, while others are flannel, are
loose fitting and often have no collars.
Evening clothes are also turning
scarlet. One lovely gown is of taffeta,
has a very full skirt and a tight fitting
bodice that is pleated all over. An
evening coat is of red quilted taffeta.
A red silk jersey evening skirt comn-t
binesewith manyrthings.
Even shoes are -blushing. Suede
ones are neatly fitting, 'have very
low wedge heels, and are as appro-
priate with anklets as without. Oth-
ers have thick sponge soles.
For just details in red, one should
try a big bow in the hair combined
with red anklets.

The Scene Shifts
to Winter3.
WARMTH is the keynote in clothes now
that winter's first cold blasts have hit us.
Get ready for a quick change to your
warmest coat. Then you'll remember to
keep your hands and ears warm.

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FOR DRESSIER occasions you'll need
heavier gloves of smart kid or fabric.
But for all-campus wear choose one of
the men's clever new styles of boxy,
colorful mittens. Just wait till you
feel their cozy, soft linings.
$1,00 - $2.95

In all our years of fur manufacturing and
retailing we have never known an event to
equal this. The Zwerdling Anniversary
SALE marks an opportunity of savings that
is unique.
PRICES are not mentioned, because there is
an average of six grades of every fur and
we refuse to advertise leaders, but assure you
that each garment is of exceptional quality
and all are outstanding values.
TERMS and Insured Storage Free. Liberal
trade-in allowance on your old coat.
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Announce Pledgingt
Alpha Phi announces the pledging
of Harriet Pratt, '43, of Milburn, N.J.
PLAY CONTINUES TODAY
The Children's Theatre, spon-
sored by the Theater Arts Com-
mittee of the League, is present-
ing the play, "The Princess and
the Pea," today at 1:30 p.m. and
3:3 0 .p.m.
GOOD LIGHT
for reading costs only
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HANDBAGS change for winter,
too. They're always big and roomy
but they're styled for cold weather
in suede and felt and alligator. Get
several to match different outfits.
$2.95 up

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