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SUNDAY, TOBER 19, 1941 THE -MICHIGAN DAILY

Virginia Capron Chosen

To Direct Assembly Plans

Committee To Meet
I'here will be a meeting of the
Theatre Arts Properties Committee
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
The room number will be posted on
the League Bulletin Board. Anyone
unable to attend, is asked to' call
Marallyn MacRitchie at 2-4547.

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WAA To Be Seen
In Sensational Tilt
With League Council
Bring your rubbers and your um-
brellas, your reversibles and your ker-
chiefs, but by all means bring your-
selves down at 4 p.m. Tuesday to
Barbour Gymnasium for the most
sen-sational, extra-ordinary volley-
ball game ever to be played on this
campus.
Members of the WAA board have
challenged LeagueCouncil to a game
played not with the; usual volleyball,
but with a balloon, filled (or at least.
that's what League Council thinks)
with water.-
WAA president, "Butch" Schaible,
will be torn between two fires, since
she is also a part of the League Coun-
cil, but we're sure that WAA will
win out so that "Butch" will captain
the "Amazon Aces."
Opposing her, with a determined
gleam in her eye, will be "Slaughter-
house" Sanford, leading her "Council
Crushers" into battle. "Mauler" Mer-
ki will be on hand to assist her as
will "We-want-Blood" Baits, and our
estimable, worthy, capable . . .adin-
finitum (some applepolishing) "Ham-
merhead" Hiatt of La Daily.

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Name Holland
To Assist Head
Of Committee
Additional Chairmen Named
By Jean Hubbard; Independentc
Function To Be Held Nov. 10
Virginia Capron, '43, has been ap-
pointed general chairman in charge
of this year's Assembly Banquet, to
be held Nov. 10, announced Jean
Hubbard, '42, president of the organi-
zation., -
Acting as assistant, general chair-,
man, Roberta Holland, '43, will work
with Miss Capron at the head of the
central committee preparations for
the banquet. Shirley Risburg, '42Ed,
and Betty Partenfelder, '43BAd, will
be co-chairmen of the ticket com-;
mittee; Mildred Otto, '44, is to be in
charge of publicity with Phyllis
Buck, '44, as her assistant chair-
man.
Program chairman will be Marian
Chown, '421 and the patron commit-
tee is to be under the direction of
Eleanor Neubert, '42. Betty Kefgen,
'43A, has been chosen to plan the
decorations with Jean Hicks, '43, as
her assistant.
Activities Are Listed
Miss Capron is a resident of Mar-
tha Cook Dormitory,.- She was decor-
ations chairman for last year's*Assem-
bly Banquet, an orientation adviser
his year, publicity chairman for the
League Summer Council and acted
as a student assistant in Jordan Hall
for two semesters. Miss Holland is
secretary-treasurer of the Ann Arbor
independents, a member of Assem-
'ly Board, and is active in Guild
work.
Miss Risburg is also a resident of
Martha Cook and has been an adviser
in Jordan Hall. She took part in
he 1541 JGP, is manager of the
Dance Club, and treasurer of the
Physical Education Club. Her co-
;hairman, Miss Partenfelder, has
worked on several of the Theatre Arts
,ommittees and also on last year's
Assembly Banquet. Miss Otto, of
Martha Cook, was publicity chair-
man of Frosh Project last year and
is now president of Jordan Hall. Her
assistant, Miss Buck, is a resident of
Mosher Hall and transferred to the
University this semester.
To Hold Meeting
Miss Chown is active in Play Pro-
duction work, is in the Concert Band,
Athena, and is president of Martha
Cook. Miss Neubert has worked on
Theatre Arts, JGP, and is a member
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Cdlumn (~ifht',
by JAN
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The headlines in yesterday's papers
carried the news of the submarine at-
tack on the destroyer, Kearny, andI
the Nazis claim of advances to theI
outskirts bf Moscow. Down in the
corner of several front pages ran aj
notice of the death of a blond, beau-
tiful, and wealthy American girl who
had never really lived.
She was Raven Sherman and be-
cause she was a phantom yet at.the
same time a real person in the minds:
of her some 12 or 15 million admirers,
her death came as a shock while it
also brought at long last realism to
the comic strips. No one had thought
that Milton Caniff, creator of Raven
Sherman as one of the characters of
his comic strip "Terry and the Pi-
rates" would let her die.
Raven had spent the last few years
of her life managing the worthy in-
terests of a relief camp far in the in-
terior of China. At the time of her
death she -was attended and cared
for by two loyal supporters, Dude
Hennick and Terry Lee. It was in-
juries sustained when she was thrown
from a speeding truck that proved
fatal.
Symbolic= of the attention and in-
terest manifest in Raven's death was
a memorial service conducted yester-
day by students of Loyola University
on the shores of Lake Michigan. One
grieving admirer wore a sheet while
the others simply stood reverently
facing the East with their heads
bowed.
of the Stockwell Council. Miss Kef-
gen, also of Martha Cook, was an
orientation adviser this year, while
her assistant, Miss Hicks, is a trans-
fer here and is a resident of Mosher
Hall.
The first meeting of the central
committee will be at 4 p.m. tomorrow
in - the League. Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the League,
and Miss Hubbard will meet with the
committee to discuss plans for the
banquet. Senior Society, working in
connection with Assembly, is" in
charge of Independent Fortnight,
which takes place during the two
weeks before the banquet. Its pur-
pose is to increase attendance at the
:affair, the first big event of the in-
dependent academic. year, and to ac-
quaint independent women with pos-
sible activities in which they may
participate on campus.

WAA SCHEDULE
Volleyball: At 5:10 p.m. tomor-
row Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Theta Phi
Alpha. At 4:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta; at 5:10 p.m. Mar-
tha-Cook vs. Alpha Delta Pi.
At 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Collegiate Sorosis Adelia
Chdever vs. Gamma Phi Beta; at
5:10 p.m. Alpha Omicron Pi vs.
Alpha Phi, and Couzens II vs. Delta
Gamma.
Dance: Club will .meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Crop and Saddle:To Meet at 5
p.m. Wednesday in front of Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Archery: Club will meet at 4:20
p.m. Thursday at the WAB.
Fencirg: Club to meet at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Pitch and Putt: Will meet for
tea and a business meeting at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at the WAB.
Tennis:'Club will meet at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow on the courts near
the WAB.
Swimming: Interhouse meet at
7 30 p.m. Tuesday a tthe Union
Pool. Special exhibitions as well
as regular 25 and 50 yard events.

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