SUNDRT'Y, OCTOB3ER 4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Independents' Banquet To Be Prefaced By 'Fortnight'
Non-Affiliates To Examine
Work Of Groups In Programs
To Be Given At Six Dorms
Beginning tomorrow, Senior So-
ciety members will present their an-
nual Independent' Fortnight, which
will continue for the two weeks be-
fore Assembly Banquet, Nov. 10, and
will consist of programs designed to
acquaint the five branches of As-
sembly with campus activities and
with the functions of the indepen-
dent organization. ,
Tomorrow and Wednesday nights
will be devoted to the presentation of
these programs in the six women's
dormitories on campus. Stockwell
Hall, Mosher and Jordan Halls. are
scheduled for tomorrow night, while
Helen Newberry, Betsy Barbour and
Martha Cook dormitories will be in-
cluded in Wednesday night's activi-
To Present Quiz Session
After-hour program§ will be con-
ducted in each of the dormitories,
iri the form of' quiz sessions. The
house presidents are appointed to
ask the various members of Senior'
Society, questions concerning the
Fortnight itself and the organization
oft Assembly as a whole. The mem-
bers will also make announcements
about the two dances presented by
Assembly during the year, Come
Across Dance, to be held Dec. 13,
and Assembly Ball, which will be
during the first week of March.
Membership in Assembly and the
Fraternity To Meet
And Faculty At Tea
Members of Phi Beta Pi, medical
fraternity, will hold a tea-reception
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow at
their chapter house for members of
the Medical School faculty and mem-i
bers of the freshman medical class.
Presiding at the tea tables will bej
Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, Mrs. Carl E.
Badgely, Dr. Ruth Wanstrom, Mrs.
Bradley M. Patten, Mrs. A. W. Coxin,
Mrs. Howard B. Lewis, Dr. Elizabeth
C. Crosby and Mrs. Rollo E. McCotter.
Mrs. Dolly Wess, Logan Hovis, '42M.1
social chairman of Phi Beta Pi, and
Roy Pedersen, '43, are in charge of
scope of general activities on campus
will be reviewed during the eveniAg.
For upperclass women, Senior So-
ciety will present /discussion of
League activities, publications, re-
ligious groups, honor societies, ath-i
letics, and class projects and dances.
For freshmen, Frosh Project, Frosh
Frolic, the petitioning and interview-
ing systems, eligibility, tle merit sys-j
tem and honor societies will be es-
Will Serve Refreshments
Senior Society members will pass
out blanks to the dormitory residents
concerning each activity, the name
of the person in charge and where
she may be contacted.
During the second week of the
Fortnight, Alumni House, Adelia
Cheever, Katherine Pickerill, Muriel
Lester, and Alice Palmer cooperatives
will have similar programs presented
to them, as will Beta Kappa Rho,
Ann Arbor Independents, and the
fifty-nine League houses on campus.
Blue Hath Charms . . I
For Engine Bal
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Boyd Roeburn To Supply Music;
Decorative Scheme To Center
About Engineering, Collins Says
To Meet Tomorrow '
All sophomore women who have!
signed up for the dance or music
committees of Sophomore Cabaret,
to be presented Dec. 4 and 5, are
asked to attend a meeting from 3
p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Lea-
gue, Ann McMillan, '44, Chairman.
Members of these committees may i
Plans for the annual Engineering also take part in the floor show, Miss
Ball, to be held Friday, Nov. 7, in the McMillan said, adding that the show
Union Ballroom, took another step itself, a striking innovation to any-
toward completion yesterday with the thing tefore attempted, will be in
announcement of patrons and pa- striking contrast to the skits pre-
annoncemnt f paron andpa-sented last year in the Lydia Mendel-
tronesses for the annual Engineering ssohn Theatre.
Council-sponsored dance. ..-a
Heading the list will be President tracted to supply the music for the
and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven, Prof. Carl evening.
C. G. Brandt, Prof. and Mrs. L. M. Committeemen Are Listed
Gram, Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean and General chairman of the dance this
Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Dean and Mrs. year will be Robert L. Collins, '42E.
A. H. Lovell and Dean and Mrs. W. B. Other committeemen are John Burn-
Rea. ham, publicity; John Casey and Ar-
List Continued thur Dobson, decorations; George
Others will in'clude Prof. and Mrs. Gotschall, music; Joseph Hallisey, fi-'
B. F Bailey, Prof. and Mrs. 0. W. nance; Verne C. Kennedy and Robert
Boston, Prof. and Mrs. E. M. Bragg, Radkey, tickets; Carl Rohrback, floor
Prof. and Mrs. J. C. Brier, Prof. and chairman;
Mrs. E. L. Eriksen, Prof. and Mrs. C. Robert Summerhays and Norman
B. Gordy and Prof. and Mrs. R.-S. Taylor, patrons; Alex Wilkie, pro-
Hawley. I grams, and Robert Imboden and Cor-
Also on the list are Prof. and Mrs. nelius Skutt. All are seniors in the
H. E. Keeler, Prof. and Mrs. W. E. College of Engineering.
Lay, Prof. and Mrs. F. N. Menafee, Tickets will go on sale from 9 to
Prof. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, Prof. and 12 a.m. and from 1 to 2 p.m. tomor-
Volleyball: At 5:10 p.m. tomor-
row. Theta Phi Alpha vs. Delta
Delta Delta; Zeta Tau Alpha vs.
Stockwell I. At 4:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. League
I: Phi Sigma Sigma vs. Pi Beta
At 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Kappa
Kappa Gamma vs. Chi Omega; at
5:10 p.m. Kappa Alpha Theta vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Phi
vs. Stockwell I. At 5:10 p.m. Thurs-
day, Gamma Phi Beta vs. Jordan
and Delta Gamma vs. Alpha Chi
Archery: Club will meet at 4:20
p.m. Thursday at the WAB.
Fencing: To meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Barbour Gymnasi-
Dance: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in Barbour Gym-
Crop and Saddle: To meet at 5
p.m. Wednesday in front of Bar-
Pitch and Putt: Will meet at
4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the WAB.
'Tennis: Cluj will meet at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow on the courts near
row on the second floor of the Wes
Engineering Building, over the Engi
neering Arch. Attendance will b
limited to 350 couples, Collins an
nounced, sand engineering identifica
tion cards must be presented whe
tickets are bought.
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T OP S,
Get a headistart on winter by buying a bright, new
"kerchief". They're just the thing to keep you warm
'n "snug as a bug in a rug", no matter how cold the
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Men like blue, so here's a demure
little basque top gown to please your
best beau. The skirt is made of silk
in a tender blue shade, and the slim
top, is silk print striped clear around
to show off a cute figure (if you have
anything resembling one). It's quaint
lines are guaranteed- to bring out
Thivalrous instincts in any male.
Other styles for this year are also
picturesque rather than daring. We
like the velveteens with quilted tops
and" whirling skirts in wide circular
stripes. Taffeta and velvet are popular
too; you might try a black velvet top
and a pale blue taffeta skirt with
velvet leaves appliqued on it.
Alpha Xi Delta announces the
pledging of Mary Catherine Koebbe,
'45, of Columbus, Nebraska.
Mrs. A. D. Moore, Prof. and Mrs. W.
D. Revelli and Prof. and Mrs. E. T.
Further names include Prof. and
Mrs. A. E. White, Prof. and Mrs.
A. H. White, Prof. and Mrs. W. P.
Wood, Prof. and Mrs. J. S. Worley,
Prof. and Mrs. R. D. Brackett, Prof.
and Mrs: J. S. Gault, Prof. and Mrs.
C. W. Good and Prof. and Mrs. Axel.
Concluding the list are Prof. and
Mrs. M. B. Stout, Prof. and Mrs. L.
0. Case, Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Kessler,
Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Porter, Maj. and
Mrs. W. E. Renner, Lt. and Mrs. L. W.
Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Raeburn To Play
"Rhythm by Raeburn" will be the
slogan of the dance, Boyd Raeburn
and his orchestra having been con-
Whether it's the Union Formal, "En-
gine" Ball, or a pledge dance, you've
just got to look your best. And what
can be better insurance for this than
a dashing new coiffure? Let us show
Staebler Beauty Shop
"Above the Parrot" 1133 E. Huron
338 S. State-Phone 8878 Phone 3414
Choose from our wide stock of
wool, rayon, or cotton babushkas
designed in gay floral prints, bril-
liant paisleys, or dashing plaids.
Also complete assortment of linen
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Winter nights are practically
here. You'll want to feel cozy
and warm, when and if, you
finally drop in bed at night.
JACOBSON'S have the perfect
soluticn for this . . . brushed
rayon gowns and pajamas, com-
monly called "snuggle downs".
These come in pink dnd blue
with white trimming. There are
many styles . . one we espec-
ially liked had a sailor neck
line trimmed in white braid.
Have you heard about the COL-
LINS SHOP'S sportswear bar?
If you want a dickey, you can
get it in pink, white, blue, beige,
yellow, or gold. If you want a
sweater, you can get it in any
color, round or V neck, cardi-
gan or slipover. If you want a
classic shirt, you can get it in
plain white or colors, long or
short sleeves. To wear with
these are skirts, plain or plaids,
pleated or flared.
Jewelry adds to any dress. THE
TOWN AND COLLEGE SHOP
has all kinds and sorts of novel
costume jewelry. There are
wooden clips and pins, for tai-
lored clothes; turquoise and sil-
ver pins and rings, for every
occasion; long beads, either
pearls or plain gold, to dress up
your more formal wear. Be sure
and notice the attractive charm
bracelets with the charms rang-
ing from hearts to kitchen
CALKINS-FLETCHER have a
brand new make-up treat. It is
called "Campus Make Up" and
is a grand preparation for cov-
ering blemishes. It makes your
skin look velvet smooth with-
out that artificial appearance.
This comes in several shades:
medium, 'light, Romany, tan,
and deep tan. Moderately pric-
ed for any budget at only 50c.
mas Santa NOW
7.95 to 15.00
7.95 to 12.95
12.95 and 15.00
For your "high-stepping" moments, keep one
step ahead of the next co-ed in buying the right
clothes (luscious fur-trimmed coats to wear over
crinkly silk crepes or soft pastel wools-perfect
for dress-up weekends), - at the right time
(now!) -for the right price (moderate, suited
to your college budget)-at the right place!
DORMITORY PET ... our furry cross-
strap scuff made by JOYCE of Californ-
ia from his famous Teddy Bear fabric.
Cuddly warm. Baby-pretty in white,
For campus wear you have got
to have a pair of warm mit-
tens. The CAMPUS SHOP has
mittens of every description,. .
Angora, fur, leather, and em-
broidered wool. Also there aEre-
those new Ray o' muffin sweat-
ers made of knobby wool, and
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