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-rACGE sixTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

NDAY, ,1ANUIARY 12, 1941

Assembi
Rutven Tea
To Entertain
Eight Qroups
The eight campus groups who are
to be special guests at the Ruthven
Tea to be held from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. Wednesday in the president's
home have been announced by Louise
Keatley, '42, chairman of the affair.
Included are Betsy Barbour House,L
Chi Phi, Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi1
Beta, Greene House, Phi Delta Theta,
Sigma Chi, and Zone V of Congress.
Group III of the League Social
Committee will act as hostesses at thet
tea. Miss Keatley will be assisted byX
Rosebud Scott, '42, and committeez
members Mary Neafie, '42, who will
assist at the door; Dorothy Merki,
'42, and Jane O'Brien, '42, who will
assist the pourers, and Mercedes Mat-
thews, '42, and Jean L'Hommedieu,z
'42, who will assist at the tea table
from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.1
Assistants from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.t
willlinclude Barbara McLaughlin, '43,
at the door; Shirley Lay, '42, andj
Virginia Morse, '43, assistants to the<
pourers, and Edith Longyear, '42, and
Pat Laughhead, '42, at the tea table.t
Social committee groups I and II
will assist in the living room from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. while groups IIIl
and IV are in the dining room. The
groups will exchange duties for the
last hour.
Every member of the social com-
mittee is expected to attend the tea,
Miss Keatley said, unless excused by
the chairman of her group. Two un-'
excused absences from any social
committee function, she added, neces-
sitate dropping the member from
the committee role.

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yBall P
Interviewing
Will Be Held.
Jan. 22 To 24
Independent Women May Seek
Jobs On Central Committee
Of Dance To Be Held March 4
Petiticning for committee positions
on the annual Assembly Ball, to be
held March 4, will begin tomorrow
and will continue until 5 p.m. Fri-
day in the Undergraduate office of
the League, Patricia Walpole, '41,
president of Assembly, has an-
nounced.
Interviewing for central committee
jobs will be conducted by represent-
atives of the Assembly Board Wed-
nesday through Friday, Jan. 22 to 24,
in the Kalamazoo Room of the
League, Miss Walpole added. The in-
terviews will be conducted by the
four officers of Assembly and presi-
dents of each of the four groups mak-
ing up the Assembly organization;
the Leaguc house, group dormitories,
Ann Arbor Independents and Beta.
Kappa Rho.
Freshmen May Petition
At their meeting last week, the
Board representativesdagreed that
freshmen will be allowed to petition,
if they are positive that they will be
eligible next semester. Otherwise,'
the customary ruling regarding pe-
tioning will be in effect.
The Assembly Ball. is sponsored
each year by the independent women
on campus and any non-affiliated
woman may petition for a job on
the central committee. It is not nec-
essary, Miss Walpole said, but would
be a valuable experience to be in-
terviewed, even though not petition-
ing for a central committee position.
Three Co-heads Listed
Chairmanships for the dance in-
clude three co-heads. They are gen-
eral chairman, who also is head of
the music committee, assistant gen-
eral chairman, also in charge of mer-
its, co-chairmen of publicity, tickets,
and decoration, finance head, and
chairman of a committee for patrons
En program.
,,Miss Walpole has asked that all
applicants state their ideas fully and
carefully on the petition blank before
it is handed in, so that the merits
of each applicant can be weighed
carefully and the best possible com-
mittee chosen. Any independent who
wants to work, must petition even
though she does not want a central
committee post.
Intramural Squads
Exchange Positions
In Battle For Title
Intramural basketball title hopes
faded for the seven teams which
were forced out of the tournament
this week.
Delta Delta Delta gained a six
point victory over Betsy Barbour
Tuesday, 18-12. At the same' time,
Mosher I defeated Alpha Xi Delta
in a low scoring game, 9-5. Zone

III's close win over Couzens II
showed a battle to the 5-4 closing
score the same day, as Newberry's
wider margin of 12-7 forced Adelia
Cheever out of play.
Gamma Phi Beta II whipped Al-
pha Phi 16-6 Wednesday, while Pi
Beta Phi held' their position in the
tournament through the, default 01
Martha Cook.
Stockwell I and Palmer House
fought the only tie game of the week
Thursday, 16-16, as Alpha Gamma
Delta took a decisive lead over Alpha
Chi Omega, 23-16.
Open House Held
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold the
first in its series of monthly open
houses from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today

etitioning

Will

Future Nuptials
To Highlight
Social Calendar

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73w e Wite Wigite4i

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This is an open letter tohLeague
House women. As one of the four
main divisions of the Assembly or-
ganization; they're on the spot rightr
now. They're admittedly one of the
weakest links in the chain, and ofj
course everyone knows the truth oft
that old saw about the strength of
any organization equalling its weak-
est link.
For years, League House women
have been kicking that all the choice1
committee positions fall to the dor-
mitory women. The directors of As-
sembly have always vigorously denied
this, but in an effort to offset any
unintentional favoritism, Assembly
sponsored a project last semester and
opened committee positions to all in-
dependents except dormitory resi-
dents.
Opportunity Knocks Again
The response was most disheart-
ening. So few candidates petitioned
for positions that Assembly was forced
to turn over the direction of the pro-'
ject to a permanent Assembly com-
mittee. So let's hear no more about
that!
Petitioning for the biggest Assembly
project of the year starts tomorrow.
You can read about the opportunities
offered on the Assemby Ball Conm-
mittees on this same page, and if
you're at all interested in seeing one
of the nicest campus projects achieve
a deserved success, I urge you most
wholeheartedly to petition.
And if you're at all interested in
seeing that Michigan's reputation as
one of the strongholds of Independ-
ent activity continue, take a little
active interest in the affairs of your
Assembly organization.
Are You A Cynic?
Perhaps you've never been encour-
aged to go out for extra-curricular
activities. Perhaps your world-weary
roommate or your equally world-
weary landlady has inculcated the

attitude of cynicism in you. These
are conditioning factors that dampen
the spirit of anyone interested in
rervice to the campus, as well as fun
for the individual. But please, please,
don't let them gyp you out of half
the fun of your college life.
Assembly is your organization. It
was established and is being main-
tained in your interest. It needs your
help to continue.
Decoration Tips;
Hel In Room

WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE:
Basketball: At 5:10 Monday;
Palmer Coop. vs. Stockwell I.
At 4:30 Tuesday: Delta Delta Del-
ta vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Kappa
Alpha Theta vs. Jordan I. At
5 :10 Tuesday: Couzens II vs.
Gamma Phi I; Pi Beta Phi vs.
Phi Sigma Sigma. At 5:10
Wednesday: Alpha Delta Pi vs.
Ann Arbor Independents; Mosher
II vs. Stockwell III. At 5:10
Thursday: Jordan II vs. Martha
Cook; Zone III vs. Sorosis.
Hobby Lobby: 3:15 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at Palmer Field.
Fencirg: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Crop and Saddle: 5 p.m.
Wednesday in front of Barbour
Gymnasium.
Badminton: Mixed doubles
tournament to start Monday.
Women's singles are still going on.

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EDITH LEVEENE, 40
Betrothals Of Marian Ferguson,
Edith Leveene, Ann Vedder
Are Revealed
Mrs. Dora Leveene of Mount Ver-
non, New York, has announced the
engagement of her daughter, Edith,
'41, to George Nadler, '41, son of Mrs.
Rose Pohly and Mr. Charles Nadler.
The announcement was also made
known at an open house held New
Year's day at Mr. Nadler's home in
Cleveland, O.
Miss Leveene is a member of Assem-
bly Board and was a member of The
Daily staff. She has also done in-
tramural debating for the University'
and worked on various League pro-
jects.
Mr. Nadler is a member of Phi
Sigma Delta fraternity. He was a
member of the Interfraternity Coun-'
cil and at present holds a chairman-
ship on the Senior Ball Committee.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
Ferguson-Hindmarsh
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ferguson of Ann
Arbor announce the engagement of
their daughter, Marian, to John
Hindmarsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hindmarsh of Oakville, Ontario.
Miss Ferguson, '40, is a member of
Alpha Phi, and Scroll honorary soci-
ety. She worked on The Daily edi-
torial staff three years, and held the
position of junior night editor. Mr.
Hindmarsh graduated from McMas-

One of the perennial questions is
again about to come forth with the
changing of semesters and in some
cases the changing of rooms. "What
shall I do, I don't have any place to
put this."
With a little ingenuity though, this
problem can be easily solved. A
clever idea is to visit a furniture store
and purchase a small set of inex-
pensive drawers which will stand
about three feet from the floor. There
are usually four drawersin such a
piece. While there, select a small
stool if your budget will take it. This
can be had in the unfinished wood
for much less and it is a simple mat-
ter to stain it yourself. A round
mirror hung from the wall and a
dresser scarf is all that is needed to
complete the idea. Behold, you not
only have the extra drawer space
but a smart dressing table besides.
As mentioned it is not necessary to
buy the stool. A good sturdy box
covered with a bright material will
serve the purpose just as well.
Another novel idea, if you lack
closet space and have ample room is
to buy a collapsible closet. This
closet stands about six feet from the
floor and is about two feet wide.
Concert To Be Held
Classical pieces will be played at
the regular Union concert hour, from
4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow on the
Union Terrace. Beethoven's 5th Sym-
phony and Tchaikovsky's 4th Sym-
phony will be the featured recordings.

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Clearance of all fall and
winter dresses at greatly re-
duced prices.
SWEATERS-one lot, for-
merly up to $2.49.
Now $1.49
BLOUSES-odds and ends,
formerly priced up to $1.50.
Now 69c - $1.00
SKIRTS-$3.98's for $2.98
$2.98's for $1.98
345 Maynard St.

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tario.
The wedding will take place Feb.
8 in the League Chapel.
Vedder-Chadwick
Saturday afternoon the engage-
ment of Elizabeth Ann Vedder of Ann
Arbor to Richard E. Chadwick of
Montreal was announced by her par-
ents at a luncheon held at their home
on Norway Road.
Miss Vedder is a senior in the Uni-
versity and a member of Collegiate
Sorosis. She was elected to Scroll
and was president of Wyvern, honor
societies. Mr. Chadwick, who is a
member of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity,
received his degree last year from the
college of architecture and is with
the Foundation Company at Montreal.
The wedding date has not been set.

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