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I !AY " O24- T[E MICHIGAN DAITY
Wi1 Osborne To Play At Annual Jnterfraternity Ball N

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Dance Tickets
To Go On Sale

"Winter Is A 'Com'

Virginia Morse Named Chairman Of Panhellenic Banquet

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Band Chosen By Cdnrittee
Holds Record For Appearing
At Greatest Number Of Proms
"Slide Music" and its creator, Will
Osborne, will reign Nov. 14 at the
Union Ballroom when Interfraternity
Ball takes its traditional place on the
campus socialncalendar, co-charmen
Don Stevenson, '42, president of IF,
and Bob Porter, '42, secretary of the
organization, announced.
Tickets for the dance will 'go on
sale immediately in all fraternity
houses, with sophomores on Inter-
fraternity Council handling all sales.
Tickets Are Limited
Although attendance at the ball is
invariably heavy, ticket sales are re-
stricted and preference is given to
men belonging to Greek letter groups.
The ball is not only traditional as
an event, it is also, traditionally, the
first formal of the year featuring an
outstanding out - of - town "name"
band.
Witl their selection of Will Os-
borne as the band of the evening,
committeemen have chosen an or-
ganization which has played for more
college proms than any other dance
orchestra in the country. His unique
style and slide rhythm trademark
have \been patented to protect their
originality.
Plans Not Completed
Plans for the dance are well under
way, Stevenson said, and tentative
decoration arrangements already have
been submitted.
The list of patrons and patronesses
along with completed decoration de-
signs and the guest list have not, as
yet been prepared by the committee,
but something entirely new in
"danceable surroundings" is promised
by committee heads.
Misguided Male
R aises Havoc
In dormitory
By ANN VENNELL
Excitement prevailed Saturday
night on the fourth floor of Mosher
Hall when one bright young man
took upon himself the privilege of
calling for his date at her very door.
He even had the thrill of riding
all'the way up to the fourth floor in
Mosher's exclusive elevator, and upon
arriving, nonchalantly asked if he
was on the right floor and which
way was 4, much to the speechless
amazement of the damsel who had
accompanied him thus far on the
elevator.
Hearing the squeals of consterna-
tion emitted by half-dressed belles
en route to and from showers on
seeing the little man who shouldn't
be there, he realized his mistake and
whipped off down the steps as fast
as he could go-needless to say, with
the approval of all concerned.
He was just in time, lucky boy!
The assistant house director immedi-
ately searched every nook and cran-
ny for the misguided male. Hub-bub
continued for some minutes until she
was satisfied as to the non-presence
of any such creature on the floor.
Perhaps someone should write to
Emily Post and ask her to inform all
unknowing prospective daters of dor-
mitory girls on the proper decorum
of lads wishing to call for their
lassies!

OtherPositions
Announced
By Association
Central Committee Members
Will Supervise Annual Banquet
To Be Held Nov. 3 At-League
Virginia Morse, '43, has been named
general chairnan of this year's Pan-
hellenic Banquet which will be held
Nov. 3, Patricia Hadley, '42, presi-
dent of Panhellenic Association, an-

Sophomores
To Discuss
ass Cabaret
Colorful Note Accentuates
First Meeting As 14 Chairmen
Dramatize Committee Work

Comfort Is Keynote In Styles
For Michigan's Outdoor Miss
Comfort is the dictator of style
these fall days but there is no need suggest darklong haded path we
to sacrifice style in taking the dic- with colorful tweed jackets over plain
tation. mannish tailored shirts. Although
For those steak roasts in the Ar- judpurs still hold the record for
boretum, an extra roomy man's shirt popularity, the new western frontier

Sophomore women met yesterday
in the League Ballroom to hear Ann
MacMillan, general chairman, an-
nounce that Sophomore Cabaret this
year will take place Dec. 4 and 5.

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When the old October breezes start
whistling up the diagonal, the time is
not too far in the offing when light
coats will be stuffed in the moth-
balls. Well, the breezes really started
.in yesterday morning .so it is igh
time to start thinking about how
we are to buck old man winter this
year.f
This model would most appropri-
ately fulfill all qualifications in the
capacity of a dress coat.' The classic
princess lines are simple but, are in
perfect taste for campus wear. The
gathered waist with, the' smart tie-
belt gives a most slimming, effect.
Any type of skirt underneath would
in no way effect the fullness that
falls from belt to them. Mink trim
rules supreme 'again in the fur king-
dom. This model comes in beige and
brown.
Four Fraternities.
Will Have Dances
After Rally Today
If you want the perfect starter for
a big weekend try a fraternity dance.
The Alpha Delta Phis are having
a dance from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
day at the chapter house. The
chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs.
Clark Hopkins and Mrs. Hans
Weichsel.
Members of Alpha Phi Alpha are
entertaining at a dance from 9 p.m.
to 1, a.m. tonight at the Wolverine.
Mrs. Anna E. Smith and Mrs. Robert
Carson are to chaperon the dance.
Phi Kappa Sigmas are getting
a 9 o'clock start with a radio dance
at the chapter house. Mr. and
Mrs. R. Rochman and Mrs. Leslie
F. Schwanbeck are guests o he
fraternity.
The Pi Lambda Phis are entertain-
ing their guests from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. at a house dance. The chaper-
ons will be Dr. and Mrs. Kopel, De-
troit, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Gerson,
also of Detroit.
Announce Betrothal
Of Elsie Courtney

nounced today. After Miss MacMillan had given1
Assisting Miss Morse on the cen- a brief outline of the organization of
tral committee for the banquet will the project, members of the central
be Nancy Griffin, '44, tickets; Betty committee told about the activities
Erdmann, '43, programs; Margaret of thier own particular groups, not
Davidson, '43A, assistant programs by speech, but in story form.
chairman; Joy Louisel Wright, '43, Each committee chairman explain-
music; Barbara MacLaughlin, '43, ;d the duties of her committee, and
decorations; Jane Gilbreth, '44, added a colorful note to the meeting
decorations assista'nt, and Ruth v dressing in clothes suitable for
Wood, '43, in charge of the menu. work in her division of the project.
Activities Are Listed If for any reason sophomores were
Miss Morse is affiliated with Kap- unable to attend the meetini, there is
pa Alpha Theta and is a member of till time for them to participate in
Wyvern. She was also chairman of the activities by contacting the com-
the booths and exhibits committee mittee heads. Pussy Hughes, costume
for Sophomore Cabaret, took part in hairman, wishes to announce that
the skit presented in the Cabaret, :he can use more people in her group.
worked on Frosh Project, is chairman She may be reached at 2-3279.
of the style' shows for the Social 1 Josephine Fitzgerald, finance chair-
Committee of the League, and is on man, announced that she would like
the WAA Executive Board.- f to have the sophomore .dues paid as
Miss Griffin, a member of Pi Beta socn as possible. She can be con-4
Phi, is also on the WAA Board, tacted at the Gamma Phi Beta house.
worked on Frosh Project, is a mem- If any women would like to utilize
ber of the Social and Theatre Arts the "Sophomore Cabaret as a means
Committees of the League, was tick- of making new contacts, Laura Vial,
et chairman for last year's Panhel- chairman of the date bureau, should
lenic Banquet and- is on the business be contacted at 2-2547.
staff of The Daily. 1Wl
Miss Erdman, affiliated with Kap-17-1 1 Club Will Hold
pa Kappa Gamma, worked on Froshf
Project, is in the Women's Glee Club, Campus Open House I
and was on the Gargoyle Business
staff, and also worked on Sophomore For all those who will still have
Cabaret and Panhellenic Banquet pep in their systems after the rally
last year. tonight, 7-11 club announces campus
Her assistant, Miss Davidson, is a i open house from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
member of Alpha Omicron Pi and has 3inthe Grand Rapids room of the
worked on the Michiganensian, the Laue
Socal Comitee f he eageis Maize and blue decorations will
Social Committee of the League, I "erve as a background to the prelim-
in the Glee Club and the Sailingereaabckoudtthpelm
Club, and is on the. Architectural inary celebration of an anticipated
Council. Miss Wright, affiliated with victory. Nickelodeon music will pro-
Chi Omega, has worked on Frosh vide an opportunity for dancing and
Project, was music chairman of Soph- bridge tables and cards will be avail-
omore Cabaret, and is music chair- able. Cokes and sandwiches may be
man of the Theatre Arts Commit- ordered by special arrangement with
tee of the League. She is also on the the grill.
make-up committee of Theatre-Arts,
and is a member of the Women' Glee decorations committee for Sopho-
Club. more Cabaret, the Social Committee
Head Of Decorations of the League, and is on the staff of
Miss MacLaughlin, a member of the Michiganensian.
Alpha Chi Omega, has worked on
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of plaid flannel is a favorite among} pants with cowboy boots are begin-
Michigan women. In blue jeans rolled ning to find their place even in the
to the knees and some old mocca- English saddle.
sins, one can really enjoy a sizzling Crops Look Snappy
steak without worrying about ketchup To complete a good looking ridingI
stains. 'outfit, one might include a snappy
- Blazer Is Popular crop. A bright yellow vest is another
Tennis presents a great tempta- suggestion to insure warmth and at
tion to would-be study-hards with the same time add a touch of color.
tournaments in full swing and courts A clever lapel pin of tiny boots, a
so near to most of us. Skirt-likeI saddle, or a wooden horse's head
shorts topped by a slipover on partic- often adds just the right touch.
ularly cool days hold the record in'
popularity on the courts. A white For golfing on these windy days,
blazer with the Michigan crest on you'll keep up to par by wearing a
soft, loosely-fitted tweed suit. On
it denotes a touch of school spirit. wafmrl ds lgslip ve s t r
For those who enjoy Sundary morn- warmer days a long slip over sweater
---eom- with a full skirt to facilitate taking
long strides makes an outfit that will
be a real hit on the fairways. With
Prog ra m ses either of these outfits a soft felt
hat and those popular brown and
white golf shoes will make anyone
U n ion F acade look like a real golfer.
Blue And Gold To Be Colors
For 1941 Union Formal Dance
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Programs for the 7ith annua union
formal will have as a, covey motif the
traditional engraving of the Union
front door and tower, according to
Andy Caughey, '43,' chairman of the
programacommittee.
An outer cover soY transparent cell-
uloid, criss-crossed with a diagonal
gold grid carries out the color scheme
for this year-blue and gold. A blue
Michigan seal in the upper left hand
ccrner completes the cover design.
Blue tassels and cord will bind the
programs which will be given to each
couple at the door. Inside the booklet
will be the names of the various mem-
bers of the. Union Executive Council
who are sponsoring the dance and a
list of patrons and patronesses.
Tickets for this supper dance are
now on sale at the travel desk in the
Union or they may also be obtained
from any member of the Council:
A limitation of 250 has been placed
upon the ticket sale.
one Ranger' Pinched
LYNN, Mass., Oct. 23.--I)-In the
first case of its kind in 40 years,
William Myers, of East Boston was
fined $10 in district court today for
speeding on horseback.

rrosh Project, Sophomore Cabaret,
is recorder for the 1942 JGP, is on
the Social, Theatre Arts, and Merit
System Committees of the League,
was general chairman'of last year's
Panhellenic~Ball and wa& an orienta-
tion adviser this semester.
Her assistant, Miss Gilbreth, is
affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis. She
was a transfer orientation adviser
this year, has worked on the Social
Committee of the League and on
The Daily. Miss Wood is a member
of Gamma Phi Beta and was on the
A Great New Hat
Named for
A Great
New Plane!

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a sudden run spoil The engagement of Elsie Courtney,
your day! Just a drop :'oEliCurny
of RUN-R-S'TOP-he '42, to Ed Christensen, '42BAd., was
famouscolorless liquid, announced Wednesday at a dinner
STOPS runs and snags in= party at the Pi Beta Phi house. The
stantly and permanently, in 'news was disclosed on tiny white ban-
all silk and Nylon hose! ners attached to red and white pep-
Easy to carry; easy to use; r sticks.
easy to remove. Comes in a perm
gay colored vanity. Carry V Miss Courtney is the daughter of
RUN-R-STOPin your hand- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Courtney of
bag, and end runs! Get it to- Lakewood, Ohio. Mr. Christensen is
day! 1Og at all dept., drug, the son of Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Christ-
hoe, hosiery & l0#~ stores ensen of Two Harbors, Minn., and a
member of Theta Chi.
Morristown, N. J Dept Collegiate Sorosis announces the
pledging of Sally Stroh, '43, of Grosse
.. Pointe.
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Just Arrived!
PELL IMELL RAINCOATS
7.95
Bic NEW SHIPMENT Of these rain-or-shine
campus coats. Get yours in case of cloudy

"LQDESTAR"
Exciting new-brimmed felt
classic' for casual or dress
wear! Tops in felt classics,
.Lodestar" sends you forth in
fine fettle for business, college,
sports, travel! Black, Brown,

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Boxy tailored coats are idea
for Michigan football games.
And camel's hair and tweeds
with ZIP-IN lirings wil[ live
through any winter. Michigan
coeds prefer that casual, thor-
oughbred air.

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