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radio dance from 9 to 12 p.m. with this pi

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Prof. and Mrs. S. K. Barrows, Mr. ~EIINi~:

Mitchell Ayres

Orchestra

Will Play

For

Panhellenic

Ball

Former Student
Of University
Toa Be Vocalist
Annual Affair To Feature Band
Noted For 'Fashions In Music'
Dec. 6 In League Ballroom
Mitchell Ayres and his "Fashions in
Music" orchestra will appear in Ann
Arbor Dec. 6 in the League Ballroom
at the annual Panhellenic Ball.
Outstanding in Ayres' music is his
up to the minute fashions in tempo.
He is equally adept in the tango,
waltz, in the "sweet" music, classics
or swing and requests are always
willingly fulfilled.
Former Student Featured
Vpcalists featured with the Ayres'
orchestra include a former University
student, Mary Ann Mercer. Miss Mer-
cer began her career as a dancer, but,
having snapped her ankle during a
routine, she finshed her show with a
song. The "song was sb well received
that she continued her career as a
vocalist.
Tommy Taylor, singing star who
has spent most of his time on the
radio, is now appearing for the first
time on a vocal-orchestra job. Mr.
Taylor's personal appearance has
made him a favorite with audiences.
Sweethearts To Waltz
A feature of the night's entertain-
ment will be a "Sweetheart Waltz,"
composed of sorority sweetheart
songs. All women at the dance who
have pins will dance to the accom-
paniment of the string section of the
orchestra.
Success has been Ayres' password
since the iniation of his well-known

To Play At Panhellenic

Independents
Seek Informal
D Plt%

George, The Doorman, Guards Miss Hartwig
Union Entrance With Iron Will To Giv e Ta Ik

By GRACE MILLER

1

ance sts First c f all, let this go on the re-
cord-it was all Jack Grady's idea
Petitioning To End Nov. 25 (he's the publicity manager cf the
Union) but I carried it out; for the
For Central Committee Jobs sake of the Union indirectly, and for
On Annual Assembly Affair the sake of a story. I walked up to
the front door of the Union.
Petitioning for central committee4 It was 11 a.m. yesterday (Friday)
robs on Assembly's annual informal, and everybody was either just coming
to be held from 9 n.m. to 1 a.m. Fri- from o, going to his class, so it wasn't
day, Dec. 13, in the League Ball- exactly deserted on the Union steps.
room, has gotten under way and will I felt rather queer, because I, per-
,ont nue until Monday, Nov. 25, at sonally, like the tradition which says
5 p.m., Patricia Walpole, '41, president that women shall not use the front
of Assembly revealed today. door of the Union.
Members of three of Assembly's Reporter Takes Chance
four group divisions are eligible to Someone in a hurry brushed past
petition for these chairmanships. me and murmured, "You're taking an
These three groups who will sponsor awful chance." It was rather dark
and plan the informal are Ann Arbor just inside the doors, and at first I
Independents, League houses and Be- was afraid that nothing was going
ta Kappa Rho. to happen. Then he came up to me,
Interviewing will be conducted by .naterializing out of some mysterious
representatives of the Assembly Board
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 27 and
28 in the Kalamazoo Room of theH
Leagule. Miss Walpole has requested
that eligibility cards be brought to C n pt r H U
the interviewing.
t Chairmanships which are open A ctivity N otes
include general chairman, assistant
general chairman, tickets, two public-_
ity heads, patrons and co-heads of the Several sororities have announced
decorations and arrangements com- ';ledgings and initiations which have
mittee. ^nl r in rrn1rllir +t1

MITCHELL AYRES
orchestra. The band was held in Hol-
lywood for seven months. during
which time they became recognized
from their broadcasts. They have had
engagements at the Adolphus Ho-
tel,.Dallas; Murray's Tuckahoe; Rose-
land Ballroom, New York, St. George
Hotel, Brooklyn; and recently at the
Paramount Theatre, New York..
Band Is Cooperative
Since December 1936, . Mitchell
Ayres' organization has been on a co-
operative basis, bettering their fi-
nancial security, musical output and
public recognition. Numerous com-
mittees have been set up and attend
to the developments of the organi-
zation.

Any and all ideas that the petition-
ner has should be stated on the blanks
handed in at the Undergraduate of-
fice of League, Miss Walpole advised.
This is so that the Board will have
ample time and opportunities to con-
sider the possibilities of all applicants.
Any one person may petition for more
than one office.

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43 Campus Parties Will Climax
Northwestern Football Week
r
This Northwestern game is evident- at which Dr. and Mrs. Darell A. dance at the Sigma Nu.
ly the cause for a more-than-usual Campbell and Dr. and Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C
feverish round of radio dances, buffet shall L. Snyder will chaperon. Theta Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Delan
suppers, pledge formals, and parties, Xi will be night owls at a radio dance rons .
and seems likely that old Ann Arbor from 9 to 12 with Prof. and Mrs. Festivities Contin
town will be buzzing with visitors and Clarence A. Siebert and Mr. and Mrs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ha
festivities this week-end. Ward Peterson chaperoning. Woody radio dalce too, with M
Phi Delta Epsilon has planned open Mack's orchestra will play for danc- Robert A. Harrison and M
house after the game as has Phi ing at the Phi Kappa Psi dance which Walter Gibson chaperoni
Epsilon Pi. The latter is also having Mr. and Mrs. David Rank and Lieut. and Mrs. John S. Worle
a radio dance later at which Mr. and and Mrs. Roland Kolb. will caperon. and Mrs. Paul Eiserman'
Mrs. Norman Korff, of Evanston, Mr. Radio Parties, Given rone at the Sigma Chi d
and Mrs: Louis Goldsmith, of Mil- Phi Gamma Delta has planned a Kappa Lambda followss
waukee, and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. New- dance tonight with Jack Rue's or- radio dance at which M
man, of Grand Rapids, will chaperon. chestra furnishing the music for Emil M. Kaiser, of Detro
Delta Upsilon will have a tea dance those who will trip the light fantas- and Mrs. William H. St
after the game with Mr. and Mrs. H. tic. Prof. and Mrs. H. O.,Whittemore act as chaperons. Trigo.
H. Schneider and Mr. and Mrs. John and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Peterson will will add to the festivities v
Jacques chaperoning, and Acacia is e chaperons for this affair. Zeta Psi dance to be chaperoned1
having a dinner for alumni and will be right in there with a radio Mrs. John Lehner, of M
friends at 6:30 p.m. with Mr. and' dance at which Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mrs. John H. Farrens, jr. as chaper- D. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Russell of :Detroit.
ons. M. Richardsen will chaperon. Zeta Alpha Tau will
Buffet Luncheon Planned Zeta Beta Tau plans to have a radio house after the game' to'
Sigma Alpha Mu has planned a dance from 9 to 12 with Mr. and Mrs. by a radio dance which w
buffet luncheon bbfore the game and M. H. Schulhop and Mr. and Mrs. eroned by Mr. and Mrs.
in the evening will have its pledge Richard Cole as chaperons. Alpha and Mrs. Dorothy Piper. A
formal with dinner at' 7:30 in the Chi Sigma will also have a radio is having an informal r
Grand Rapids Room of the League. lance with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ness with Dr. and Mrs. Milto
Dancing will follow from 9 to 12 in mnd Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Struvie chap- pin and Dr. and Mrs. A
the Hussey Room of the League with rconing. Phi Beta Delta's dance will man as chaperons, and A
Larry Douglas and'his orchestra play- 'nclude decorations in Michigan and Phi's dance will be cha
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Green, Mr. Northwestern colors. Chaperons will Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H
and Mrs. Harry Coggan, and Mr. and be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fishman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baso
Mrs. Aaron Moyer, of Lorain, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon, and Phi's partygoers will da
will act as chaperons. Alpha Tau Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blumenfeld. Crosman's orchestra from
Omega is having Chapter House Treasure Hunt Planned Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ow
Alumni Home-Coming and there will Phi Alpha Kappa will be different and Mrs. W. W. Lewis'
will be open house all week-end for with a treasure hunt tonight followed chaperons. Chi Psi will h
alumni. by dancing. There will be about twen- radio dance from 9 to 1
Kappa Kappa Gamma has planned ty Northwestern representatives at - -
a football family luncheon with open Lambda Chi Alpha's, radio dance and
house after the game and Pi Beta Dr. and Mrs. William E. Steere. and
Phi is also having open house. Alpha Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Whisler will chap-
Phi is having a house party for the eron. Kappa Sigma will celebrate its
fathers of members, which will in- chapter homecoming with an inform-
elude a luncheon before the game and al open house at which about a hun-
dinner afterwards, and the fathers dred alumni are expected. Kappa Nu
will stay until Sunday afternoon. will hold a radio dance with surprise
Mosher-Jordan Dormitories will also decorations and Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
have open housese after the game jamin Kessel, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ber-
from 3 to 5:30 p.m. kovitz, and Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Eder
Pledge Formals Hold Sway will chaperon.
Phi Sigma Sigma will have its Delta Tau Delta has planned a
pledge formal from 9 to 12 p.m. to- radio dance from 9 to 12 with Mr.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fried- and Mrs. Elmer Rabb and Mr. and
man and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ross as Mrs. W. W. Gilbert acting as chapee- ;
chaperons. Earl Steven's orchestra rons. Delta Theta Phi will follow suit
will play. Phi Delta Theta is also hav- with a radio dance at which Mr. and
ing its pledge formal with Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Lourim, Jr., of Jackson,
Mrs. Reed Prugh and Dr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. James Rice, of De-
H. C. Weller as chaperons. Hal Cart- troit, will chaperon. There will be a
er will provide the music. - radio dance at the Hermitage with
Phi Rho Sigma will have its fall Capt. and Mrs. Lyle A. Davidson and
formal tonight with the Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Robert 4. Johnson chap-
Brothers' orchestra furnishing music eroning. There will also be a radio
for -dancing. Dr. and Mrs. Burke M. -
Bullington and Dr. and Mrs. Robert
W. Basset will chaperon. Phi Sigma ENJOY
Kappa is having an informal dance G"
following a buffet supper. HerbdRitz TESTED LIGHTING The ci
and his orchestra will play for danc- U EMT oze,
ing and'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gravit smartest cas
and Mr. and Mrs. Iner Almdale will in your home ANTIQUE T
chaperon. with leathe
Informal Dances Held s
Alpha Gamma Delta is having a sale! Easy t
radio dance from 9 ,to 12 p.m. withu this p
Prof. and Mrs. S. K. Barrows, Mr. """

end
house with
Goudie and
o as chape-
aue
s planned a
r. and Mrs.
dr. and Mrs.
ng, and Mr.
y and Prof.
will chape-
ance. Alpha
suit with a
r. and Mrs.
it, and Mr.
ubbins will
n members
with a radio
by Mr. 'and
t. Clemens,
Regenhardt
have open
be followed
ill be chap-
John Ray
dpha Omega
'adio dance
on M. Lap-
. B. Schul-
lpha Sigma
peroned by
ammial and
om, Jr. Chi
nce to Max
9 to 12 and
en and Mr.
will act as
old a closed
2 with Mr.

3ccur ea since tormai rushing at the
beginning of the school year.
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
initiation of five new members: May-'
belle Davis, '43; Eleanor Feldrappe,
'43; Irene Ferguson, '42; Helen Kirk-
bridge: '43, and Elaine Wood, '41.
Alpha Phi has pledged Anita Alex-
ander, '44, of Ann Arbor, and Jean
Gilmer, '43, of Grosse Pointe.
Dorothy Lindquist, '42, of Bloon-
field Hills has pledged Delta Gamma,
while Virgin'a Eeune,.'43, of. Evans-
ton, Ill., was pledged by Gamma Phi┬░
Beta.
Kappa Alpha Theta annouunces
he pledging of 'Catherine Jones, '4
)f Higlfand Park, Ill., and Frances
Robison, '43SM, of ElDorado, Kansas.
Kappa Delta has pledged Martha
Wilt, '42, 6f Highland Park.
Kappa Kappa Gamma has initiated
sight women recently. 'hey include:
alizabeth Bailie, '42; Margaret Brown.
'43; Liana Carpenter, 142; Anne. Her-
jog, '43; Dorothy Merki, '42; Peggy
Seabright, '41; Elizabeth Thome, '41,
lnd Jean Watson, '43.
Zeta Tau Alpha announces Mar-
;ot Schlesinger, '44, of Ann Arbor, as
its new pledge.
Alpha Chi Omega announces the
pledging of Jane Rosing, '42, of Dun-
kirk, N.Y. and Charlotte Iselman, '44,
of LaPorte, Indiana.
On November 6 they initiated Mild-
:ed Radford, '42, of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Janet Hiatt, '42, of Rochester, N.Y.,
ind Betty Jo Millikin, '43, of Saginaw,
Aichigan.
Initiations Announced
Janet Hiatt, '42, Mildred Radford,
'42, and Bette Jo Milliken, '43, are
he new initiates of Alpha Chi Ome-
ga. Kappa Sigma announces the ini-
tiation of Herbert A. Brogan, 4lEd.,
'harles K. Esler, 41, Arthur D. Foler,
41, and Claude L. Hulet, '42. Theta
Xi initiated Gordon H. Girod, '42E,
and John E. Linden, '41E, recently.
and Mrs. Sidney G. Warner and Mr.
and Mrs.. Kenneth D. Osburn chap-
eroning. Victor Vaughn House has
also planned a radio dance from 9 to
12 tonight.

recess near his front door station.
and when my eyes became accustom-
ad the darkness. I saw that he wore
a dark blue uniform and cap. I knew,
it was George the doorman, and wait-
ed. feeling peculiar and a little silly r
in front of the many men hurrying in
and cut of the doors.
"You know better than this," he!
-aid quietly, and then I felt worse.
'This isn't allowed, you know that."
And still quietly, but very firmly he
pointed to the door, and indicated thet
side entrance. He said, "Thank you",
and I left, and joined Grady at the
aide entrance for the rest of thet
story.
George Is Woman Watcher
George may have a last name. but
he doesn't really need it; everyone
has known him by the first for 17
years now. He came to the Union
about ten years after it was establish-
ed, and ever since then his sole occu-
pation has been watching for women.
It may be considered a very ideal oc-
cupation by the greener element on
"ampus, but it's given George a few
;ray hairs.
The situation. ,stayed very well in
hand until a year ago last spring
when the walk to the side entrance
was blocked during the construction
of the new dormitories. All that spring
the rule had to be lifted. And when
it came time for the women to go
back to the side entrance, even the
'eautiful new walk wasn't inducement
enough to persuade them to give up
their newly found status on a par
with the men.
Back to Tradition
But this September the Executive
council of the Union decided that it
simply couldn't go on-that it was
oractically a slap in the face to
Michigan tradition and to everyone
who had ever' been a Michigan man.
That George is doing his job con-
,cientiously was proved once and for
311 by yesterday's episode. Unless
Grady tipped him off. George has
more than his share of females to
:ontend with, it would seem. Most of
them are quite nice about going
around to the side entrance when
asked to do so, he says. Personally,
I wouldn't think it was a question
jf niceness at all, but of being just
,lain scared.
Two Types Try Door
There are two types of women who
:ry to walk in the front door of the
Jnion. One is the freshman, who
loesn't know any better, and there-
Iore can be forgiven. But the other
does it on a dare, or just to be per-
verse, or just to tell her friends,
preferably men, afterward. And she
is darkly frowned on by all con-
cerned.
The only time this rule is suspend-
d are during conventions, and once
a year for the Union Open House.
But that's all over for this year. Off
he record, George has beeh known to
took tactfully the other way if some-
one is desperately tearing for a bus,
per suitcase flying open and her hat
hanging over one ear.
And, oh please, this isn't a chal-
.enge to the freshmen. IDefinitely not.

At Conference
'The purpose and the work of the
Athletic Federation of College Wo-
men" will constitute the topic of an
address to be given by Miss Marie
Hartwig at the annual Northern Illi-
nois Junior Coiference to be held to-
day at the Wilson Junior College in
Chicago.
Miss Hartwig, of the Michigan Wo-
men's Physical Education Depart-
ment, is secretary-treasurer of the
Federation which has been in exis-
tence since 1917. Membership in the
organization consists of the Women's
Athletic Association chapters of 250
colleges and universities.
Sixteen colleges will be represented
at the meeting this year; the organi-
zation was formed at the University
of Wisconsin. Students and adults
have separate sections at the confer-
.ence. with parallel discussions and
forums at the respective meetings.
Miss Hartwig will address the stu-
dent section of the Conference.
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Members Of Hillel
To Hold Open House
An open house after the football
game will be held today at the Hillel
Foundation. New recordings have been
purchased for music fans and refresh-
ments will be served, Laura Katze-
nel, '4lEd, social chairman, an-
nounced.
Special guest at the open house
which will be continued from 9 p.m.
until midnight will be Maurice Pe-
karsky, who is director of the Hillel
Foundation at Northwestern Univer-
sity. All Hillel members are invited
to attend the mixers,

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