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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Double Ten' To Feature Native Garb

Will Be Held
By Assembly
Women Will Have Opportunity
To Inspect Newest Patterns;
Exhibit Will Be Shown Today
Assembly will present its annual
.ilver display for senior, graduate,
and engaged junior women, tomorrow
in, the Undergraduate Office of the
League, announced Jean Hubbard,
'42, president of the organization.
The display is conducted as a sur-
vey to determine the types of silver
patterns, put out by a well-known sil-
ver company, which are most popula'
with college women. Women attend-
ing tomorrow are assigned to a par-
ticular hour during the day according
to the following list of appointments:
9 a.m. Jane Rosing
9:03 Ruth Schottstadt
9:06 Katherine Shimoura
9:09 Betty Johnson
9:12 Shirley Stumpmayer
9:15 Charlotte Conover
9:30 Phyllis Bernstein
9:42 Cynthia Davis
9:45 NancyGould
9:48 Truey McCauley
9:51 Elaine Gardnerj
9:54 Jane Wright
9:57- Shirley Raskey
10:00 Onilee Shaner
10:03 Connie McLeary ,
10:06 Genevieve Foote
10:09 Gene Eberle
Louise Wible
10:12 Camilla Ayres
10:15 Dorothy Bloxsom
Jean Reed
10:18 Virginia Hill
10:21 Bettye Kefgen
10:24 Dorothy Bogert
10:27 Martha Millinger
10:30 Janet Slottow
10:33 Martha Sussman
10:36 Bety Fariss
10:39 Ann Ward
10:42 Dolly Haas
10:45 Jeanne Campbell
10:57 Ruth .Fausel
11:00 Isabel Lockard
11:0 Mary Jane Morris
Mary Shinkman
11:06 Anne Holmes
11:09 Geneva Warner
11:12 Mary Frasern
Margaret Keller-
11:15 Virginia Apple
11:13 Marjorie Roth
11:21 Jane.Criswell
11:24 Eleanor Neubert
11:27f Janet Grace
11:30 Mary Virginia Mitchell

Rushees Q iven
Helpful Advice

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For Last Party
Just a few more days aril pledgin
nd you haggard rurbees can sta
,t home for a change and find ou
hat's been happ-ning a:1 week it
ho history course you haven't don
-our reading for. But more impor
ant, ght now is the C ond forma

Grace Moore Finds Relaxation
In Quest For Interesting Food
By BARBARA de FRIES I prepares her own midnight snack of
Most prima donnas, when they visit souffle, salad and fruit. A tiny elec-
g a city for a ecncart or an operatic e steve is os important a part of
y pp arance. shut themselves up in hr baggege as her makeup box. The
t their hoel suite and grimly try to re-t cf her ptirchaes e tuwnel over
t' to her entourage to be ltak~n bark
n let. Nt so GrAce Moorc who w'l'A
e appcar Oct. 22 in Hill Auditorium. The n t d y if there is time. M s
- She gees to market and finds perfect M a ire locks up a ,-.d re-taurant.

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From left to right: a Chinese bridal costume; the Ming Dynasty
ensemble in satin; Chinese scarf dance costume; coat and skirt outfit
of early Ching Dynasty, and a modern evening formal.
Chinese Will Give 'Double Ten'
To Benefit War-Torn Country
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nvited. Her ovn oodc e xkin, h r vis t, :
It's the la: t ci;an&e you hav to o the ma:kets of the land, and ner In }thor word; wht it cames to
I ua.It for gcod food in foreign lands=fed, giace Moor gi esit, plenty of
.ake the sorority react to you fav-~ 1=ave giv n M ss Moore plentiful ma-f, th iaetMar tie in t of
thicught-mrkcting., c oeksng, wr it nig
taby, snd it's the last t'me for you 'erial for her first bock "I Have Sung abc at it and cat ng it at the very
o see the house before putting the for My Sipper" which will be pub- bent places.
momentous decision down or the lished th's year. It contains 200
reference slip.recipes with a colorful legend for" N v t r
r e ch one.
Watch Appearance Miss Moore, who has "gone to nvir-;Combined In Hats
All of this obviously means that ,et" in every city ink which she has
ye think you should give some time made a concert appearance, spends Shown For Winter
1,nd thought to the subject of your an heur or more poking around the
ppearance.. (as if you hadn't been vegetable stands. cheesecounter , tin The old stocking cap has always
'ble to think of anything else all z:heives and fruit cars in the puiblic been a stand-by, but this year it'sla
iveek.) market. She' makes bounteous pur- real novelty, done in striped wool jer-
A dinner dress isn't absolutely nec- chases and carries them back to the sey with a huge iassel on the end.
essary for the formal sorority dinner, hotel where she transforms them into
but it's a nice idea. Somehow one an appetizing and hearty dinner. And you know that white curly lamb
always feels more comfortable at If she is to remain overnight she is going to be one of the :nost ;popular
dinner in a dress that has a back of the new fashion items this year,
:md some sleeves to it, but strictly ; so why not get a cute "beanie" of this
.ormal gowns can be worn and willP favorite
be worn. So if that's what you're , P ti in lfankIfvoied
planning on, go ahead and wear it. If you hate dressy hats, too, there
Everybody's talking about the cov- Banquet are a couple of toppers we know of
arcd-up look, which means that high For a q tthat are worth waiting for. There's
necklines and long,elbow-length, and lck velvet beanie which has a
three-quarter sleeves are in once D ue y O ct I lg, almost hip length and which looks
more. We saw a stunning dress thatalys hl th anghhoond
boasted a combination of rayon taf- really smooth with a long bob and,
feta in an-oh-so tremendous skirt Petitioning for positions on com- a classic wool dress.
and swaddling-draped wool jersey mittees for the annual Assembly Ban-) For formal wear when you want to
bodice that emphasizes the svelte quet, .to be held Nov. 10, will end at k :peep your hair-do in place and still
figger the saleswomen claim you have. noon, Saturday, Oct. 11. look glamorous, there's nothing like a
Sdsimple cowl. It may be absolutely
Sequins Add Charm I Any women who have not yet peti- plain, almost cloistered, or it may
Since a good many dances on the tioned, may still get blanks in the have added sparkle with rhinestones
campus are preceded by dinners, you'll Undergraduate Office of the League. or sequins.
get a lot of use out of a low-cut white These blanks must be completely
chiffon with shoe-string straps, and filled out, including any ideas the ap-
a snug-fitting jacket with long sleeves plicant may have concerning the ban-
to wear over it. Paillettes and sequins quet, and then dropped in the box MEASURE YOUR LIGHT
or a bit' of gold braid will enhance marked for Assembly, also in the Un-,,
the male-attracting quality of your dergraduate Office.
bright red jacket. Positions open to petitioners are:
Attention-getting but cleaner's) general chairman, assistant chair-.!
bill-collecting is a white wool cape man, programs, publicity, tickets,)
with a ?ed yoke-god when it's an decorations and patrons. Assembly q
especially important date, but your Board members may petition for the as easy as
good old black velvet or a green or positions, resigning temporarily from measuring a
red wool full-length evening coat will their offices during .work on the ban-
serve you in better stead. quet.
Interviews will be conducted by-the
Assembly Board beginning Tuesday,
Oct. 14, in the Undergraduate Office. Safeguard your family's eyesight:
Three men are needed for parts in These interviews apply only to those MEASURE the lighting in your
the first Theatre Arts production of who intend to try for central com- home with a Light Meter. Find
the year, "Rip Van Winkle," an- mittee positions. , Anyone who is as out exactly how much light is
nounced Mary Ellen Wheeler, '41, yet undecided about pledging a sor- needed for safe seeing. No charge
director of the play. Rehearsals be- ority, may petition now and will be -phone any Detroit Edison
gan yesterday, but anyone interested automatically not considered if she office.
may call Miss Wheeler at the League. does pledge later on.

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Highlighted by d,isplay of 14th,
17th, 19th and 20th century Chinese
fashions and a Chinese ballet, the
first formal dance of the season will
ba held from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
morrow in the ballroom of the Lea-
'ue, under the auspices of the Uni-
versity' Qf Michigan Chinese Students
Club.
The dance will commemorate
"Double Ten Day", the 30th anniver-
nary of the Chinese Republic, and
benefits from it will be contributd to
Lhe United China Reief Drive for
medical and relief supplies to be dis-
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Martha Cook
Is Conducting

tributed in war-torn China. It is
open'to the public.
"Double Ten Day" received its
lame from the fact that it comes
in the tenth day of the tenth month
?n the year. The theme of the cele-
.'ration will stress the closer political
end cultural relations between the
United States and China as the Sino-
Japanese war goes into its fifth year.
The ball tomorrow will represent
'he annual effort of local Chinese
3tadents to secure aid for their native
country in its hour of need. Two years
ago $2300 were contributed by stu-
dents and townspeople to enable the
group to send an ambulance to China.
Last year $1300 were' collected in a
Lag day drive.
At the present time the refugee list
in China numbers 45,000,000 men,
women and children. Many of these
unfortunate people are without food,
clothing or shelter with their lot go-
ing from bad to worse. Any comfort

$10.95
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11:33 Louise KeatleyI
11:36 Rita Garvey I
11;39 Al Saata.
Julie Szucs
11:42 Mary Gage
11:45 Peggy Polumbaum
11:48 Sally Park
11:57 'Margaret Ar derson . '
1 pm. Reba Etter
1:03 C. J. Covert
1:06 Isabel Colthorp
1:09 Marion Ch6wn
1:12 Opal Shimmions
1:15 Apn Belshaw
Betty Partenfelder
1:18 Ellen Fl'eis"hman
1:21 Helen Wstlin-
1:24 Lois Drummond
1:27 Marie Banhan
1:30 -Pat Donnellye.
1:!33 Elayne Clinkston
1:36 Doris Jean Jones
L °1:39 Marion Gwinn
1:42 Olive Brower
1:45 Jane Burbott'
1:48 Ellie Brower
1:51 Betty Cornell
1:54 Pearl Brown
1:57 Mary DeFoe
Florence Rowe
2:00 Jean Crawford
2:03 Amalia Krause,
2:06 Virginia Nathanson
2:15 Ellie Terreta
2:18 Mariette Rolleston
2:21 Dorothy Rose
2:30 Elizabeth Netzloff
Marge Dahlstrom rt
2:33 Jean Krise
2:36 Lynn Buck
2:39 Maxine Good
2:42 Betty Jayne Olson
2:45 Vivian Maze'
2:48 Helen Searson
2:51 Pat Hadley
3:00 Mary Jean Czysz
3:03 Gloria Nishon
Louise Engell
3:06 Mildred Curtis
3:09 Lucy Babbitt
Marva Wickland
3:12 Jean Marxhauser
Stella Zatocky /
:15 Mata Cohen
:18 Phyllis Lovejoy
Elnice Hoffer
3:21 Virginia Appleton
Gloria Soperstein
3:24 Gertrude Cohen
3:27 Grace ,Rosell
3:30 Annette Kemper
3:33 Sara Corwin'
3:36 Dorothy Merki
3:39 Jane Skinner
3:42 Marjorie McVay
3:45 Jocelyn Ironsides
3:48 Josephine Call,
:51 Virginia Krall
4:00. Jean Lentz
-4:03 Wilma Todd
4:06 Phyllis Gugino
4:09 Peggy Sanford
4:12 Elinor Schwartz
4:15 Rosebud Scott
4:18 Frances Hall

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they may receive is dependent uponI
N am e Contest relief efforts in other countries.
Tickets for the dance may be pur-
"To do or to die" is the attitude of chased at the Social Director's office
NET rtha Cook women as far as learn- in the League, at the Union desk or
ng the names of their fellow-resi- from any Chinese student on the cam-
jents is concerned, pus. One American dollar represents
A nae cotes is o b onutd20 ChInese dollars worth 6f supplies
A name contest is to be conducted and purchase of one ticket will per-
mit the provisioning of one Chinese
hi dormitory, its reason being to civilian for two and a half months.
,n ke sure that everyone knows every-
ane else before; it's time for summerIne ndns
vacation again. By the deadline, each Independents' Group
woman must know the complete list of Will Meet In League
124 names anq be able to prove it. M
- Those women to get a perfect score There will be a meeting of the Ann
of, 100 will have their, own names Arbor Independents at 4:45 p.m. to-
placed on an honor list which is m day in the League. The room num-
turn placed' on a bulletin board in ber will be posted on the League
full sight of everyone who enters and Bulletin Board.
leaves Martha Cook. On the other This is the first meeting of the
hand, .the dire fate of the ten lowest semester for the group and plans for
scorers will be to write and act in a the coming year will be discussed.
play which will be given at the Hal- These plans will include a broader
lowe'en party in the dormitory. range of activities than in the pre-
Aside from merely learning- the ceding year, announced Ruth E.
roll-call by heart, the women are ex- Clark, '43, president of the organiza-
pected to be able to spell the names tion. Members, who have not been
approxihiately correctly and of active heretofore, are especially
course, to pronounce them. When urged to come.
such names as Czysz, Jastrzebski, and
Bjork are included on the list it is
easy to see that Martha Cook women L
are definitely the brave sort to at- you
tempt such an undertaking, Schott-
staedt is another' name which will hairb
cause a little trouble in that direction.
One of the residents has reported
that she's sure she will lose the con- your
test and has already written a play
which she thinks is pretty good. C row n ( n q qc lory
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'P..M.' Get-Together
Will Be Held Today
At Hillel Foundation
Hillel Foundation's second "P.M."
of the semester will be held from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today at the Founda-I
tion. Weeklyr affairs, the "P.M."'s i
offer dancing, classical and popular
records, ping-pong, bridge end re- I
freshments.
"The 'P.M.' presents an opportunity
to all students on campus to make
new friends and meet their old ones,"
Robert Warner, '43, president of Hillel
said. Everyone is invited to attend,
although special invitations are ex-
tended to organized houses each week.
Special guests for today's event will
be the Lawyer's Club and Stockwell
Hall.
Kathryn Engel, '44SM and Laura
Baird, '43 are co-chairmen of the
affairs.

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