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Cigarettes To Be Distributed
At Panhel's 'Peter's Panic'

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Vice President To Wed

Adding to the daze of "Peter's
Paic," the coming Panhellenic
Ball, will be the free distribution
of a well known brand of cigir-
ettes.
Couples attending the dance, to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day, Nov. 11, will find a cigarette
booth in the lobby of the I.M.
building.
Manning the booth will be Gun-
nar Anderson, Jay Boll and Edith
Andrew, students who represent
the company sponsoring the dis-
tribution. Tlhese campus repre-
sentatives will give away 200 pack-
ages throughout the evening.
The cigarette booth is designed
to accord with the circus theme
upon which dance decorations will
be based. In the ballroom, card-
board animals will mark sorority
and assembly booths.
Ray McKinley and his orchestra
4 will play from the bandstand, dec-
orated to represent a colorful mer-
WAA Notices
Alpha Phis, Theta Chis, Pres-
cott House and Stockwell "5" will
congregate at 7 p.m. today at the
WAB for an evening of folk and
square dancing.
Each Wednesday evening, WAA
honors four special groups by in-
viting them to join with the Coed
Folk and Square Dancing Club for
two hours of dancing and fun.
Besides regular club members
and honored guests, all campus
students are welcome, according
to Tom VanVoorhis, club public-
ity manager.
Miss Mary Smelser, of the Wom-
en's Physical Education Depart-
ment, will be guest speaker at a
meeting of the Coaches Club
which will be held at 5 p.m. today
at the WAB.
Her subject will be "The Strate-
gy of Volleyball."
Members and other coeds are
welcome to attend, according to
Mary Louise Hook, club manager.
* * *
Patricia Warner, former student
of physical education in England,
who is observing classes in the
United States, will speak at 9 a.m.
today in the lounge of the WAB.
All women who are interested
may attend.

ry-go-round. To complete the gay
atmosphere, the patron's booth
will take the form of a circus ring.
Women are needed to work on
the decorations and publicity
committees of the ball, according
to Tulane Itkoff, publicity chair-
man. Any eligible Panhellenic
member may become a member of
these committees.
Dress for Peter's Panic will be
semi-formal; evening dresses dill
be worn by women and formal of
dark business suits by men.
Campus-wide ticket sales will
begin today and continue through

Friday, Nov.
be purchased
and from 1
League.

11. The ticketsz
from 8 to 11:45
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Mitts Make
Style News
By MAXINE RYCKMAN
Prospects of having to bring out
mittens in response to the first
signs of winter in the air are not
at all unpleasant for the woman
who realizes how much mittens
can do to brighten up her cos-
tume.
This year not only are mittens
available in practically every color
imaginable, but they also come
in a variety of fabrics, ranging
from knitted fabrics to satin. One
company is actually offering shiny
satin mittens, lined with cotton,
that can be worn with everything
from sportswear to formals.
They're washable, too.
Perhaps a little less far-fetched
than satin are mittens of fur and
of wool-jersey, with knitted cuffs.
The real out-doors women, may
prefer leather, lined with fur.
Knitted mittens and gloves will
probably continue to hold, their
own in popularity, in spite of the
competition from new materials.
One of the reasons for this is the
fact that they come in almost
every color and can therefore be
matched to sweaters, scarves, coats
and other items of apparel or can
be used in contrasting colors to
brighten up ones attire. One com-
pany features a special selection
of mittens and gloves designed to
match sweater shades, from bright
rust to soft blue-gray.

VICE PRESIDENT-Alben W. Barkley and Mrs. Carleton S. Had-
ley enjoy a laugh in St. Louis after announcing to friends and
newsmen that they plan to wed November 18 in St. Louis. Barkley,
71, who met Mrs. Hadley at a Washington luncheon last summer,
has been courting the comely 38-year-old widow for nearly four
months. Wedding details were not made public.
University Women's Group

Michifish Club
Lists Names
Of Members
New Michifishers of the '49-'50
season ,have been announced by
Betty Richards, manager of WAA
swimming club.
There are a total of 50 new
members, including: Tommy An-
gell, Peg Atkins, Priscilla Ball,
Vivian Beck, Anna Behrens, Joan
Behrens, Joan Bird, Sally Brown,
Ethel Cada, Judy Clancy, Phoebe
Coe, Martha Jean Connie and Gail
Cook.
More of the group includes: Ann
Cotton, Erminie Crockett, Joan
Daley, Janet Dewey, Jean Dickie,
Mary Eger, Sally Fish, Pat Ford,
Doris Gardner, Marjorie Hager,
Jean Hamby, Miriam Hammer,
Laura Holthe and Mary Louise
Hook.
The list continues with: Sue Hu-
ber, Alice Huston, Marjorie Ing-
ram, Patricia Jewett, Barbara
Keim, Barbara Keller, Diana
Lahde, Arlene Lange, Harriet Lax,
Dorothy Malanick, Nancy Mar-
shall, Jane Moudy and Barbara
Nelson.
Concluding the list are: Virginia
Novy, Mona Pick, Ruth Pittman,
Sally Reed, Elliot Ryder, Betsy
Sanders, Barbara Simmons, Ar-
lene Suozzo, Carol Tiemeyer, Shir-
ley Walrath and Nancy C. Wil-
liams.
Michifish will hold its first busi-
ness meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday
at the Union Pool.
Those women who did not quali-
fy for membership in the swim-
ming club will be able to receive
instruction from 9 to 10 a.m. Sat-
urdays at the Union pool and may
be able to join later.
Child's Plays
To BeGiven
Tickets for a series of three chil-
dren's plays to be presented by the'
Clare Tree Major Child Theatre of
New York will be sold today., to-
morrow and Friday in the Ann Ar-
bor elementary schools.
"The Five Little Peppers" will
be given Nov. 29, "Dick Whitting-
ton," Feb. 20 and "Cinderella,"
March 21. Performance of the
three plays will begin at 3:30 p.m.
in the Pattengill Auditorium of
Ann Arbor High School.
Local sponsor of the production
is the Lucile B. Conger Group of
the Michigan Alumnae Club. Pro-
ceeds will go to the alumnae schol-
arship fund.
Only season tickets, covering all
three prductions, will be sold.

Certificates were presented to 62
women's residence hall staff mem-
bers who had attended the entire
series of lectures presented by the
Residence Staff Institute at the
final meeting Oct. 26.
Staff members from residence
halls, sororities and league housesJ
attended the institute. A number
of staff members attended some
but not all of the classes and
therefore were not eligible for a
certificate.
JAMES B. EDMONSON, Dean
of the School of Education, spoke
on the subject of "Equalizing Col-
lege Opportunities" at the last of
the four meetings. Following his
lecture certificates were presented
to the following residence staff
members: Miss Dorothea Ammer-
man, Miss Mildred Annicker, Mrs.
B. P. Bagrow, Mrs. A. W. Baker,
Miss Mamie D. Beam, Mrs. Sam-
uel H. Berry, Mrs. Beatrice Bos-
worth, Miss Miriam J. Brown and
Mrs. Ruth A. Buck.
Others included: Miss Sue
Brown, M~iss Helen C. Davis,
Miss Louise Duus, Mrs. Dorothy
Eibert, Mrs. Della S. Feder, Mrs.
Leonard Field, Mrs. Elenore D.
Fraser, Mrs. Dorothy Frost,
Miss Norma Davis and Mrs.
Davis Gaylord.
The list continues with: Mrs.
Kathryn L. Glass, Mrs. William
E. Goodale, Miss June L. Hanson,
Mrs. Sarah Healy, Mrs. R. W.
Hodges, Mrs. Alice L. Holmes, Miss
Sophia L. Holley, Mrs. Jessie
Hutchins, Mrs. Alfred Icheldinger,
Miss Thelma Jensen and Mrs.
Fred C. Klein.
* * *
OTHERS WHO received certifi
cates were: Miss Elmira Koehler,
Mrs. Rose Krueger, Mrs. A. H.
Lash, Miss Mary Lee MacDonald,
Mrs. Marjorie McCoy, Mrs. Emilie
McDonald, Mrs. Leonard Miller,
Miss Gertrude E. Mulhollan, Mrs.
John Owen, Miss Carolyn H.
Pautke, Miss Mildred Quon, Miss
Florance Rosenberg, Mrs. Boaler
Rowles, Mrs. Jessie G. Russell and
Miss Martha C. Sanford.
Concluding the list of those
who received certificates were:
Miss Dorothy Nichols, Mrs.
Ralph Schaefer, Mrs. Olion
Shauman, Miss Jane E. Shaw,
Miss Beverly Ann Smith, Mrs.
Mary Snow, Miss Carolyn So-
renson, Mrs. Martha Strauss,
Mrs. Marjorie S. Thompson,
Mrs. Mae Ufer, Mrs. M. G. Van
Benschoten, Mrs. Clara Wigle,
Mrs. H. Wilcox, Mrs. Richard
Williams, Mrs. Alma Yost, Miss
Muriel Efty and Mrs. Edith
Quinn.
Another Residence Staff Insti-
tute will be held in March.

A LIST OF READING materials
designed to help residence staff
members to solve their counselling
problems has been compiled by
the Office of the Dean of Women.
This bibliography and the mate-
rial itself are available at the Of-
flee.
Hillel Group
Will Present
Semi-Formal
"Big Top," Hillel's fall semi-
formal, to be presented from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday, Nov.
12 in the League Ballroom, will
be held amid an atmosphere of
peanuts, popcorn and dance mu-
sic by Ken Norman and his or-
chestra.
Couples will dance under a huge
candy-striped canope which will
transform the ballroom into a col-
orful circus tent. Additional dec-
orations, favors and refreshments
familiar to circus-goers, will com-
plete the theme.
The Hillel Players will present
dramatic entertainment during
the intermission.
Tickets will go on sale from 1 to
3 p.m. tomorrow on the Diag. They
may also be purchased next Tues-
day and next Thursday at the
same times and location.

Residence Staff Members'
Receive Institute Certificates

Soph Cabaret
Roles Named
By Coimmittee
Speaking parts for the floorshow
of Soph Cabaret have been an-
nounced by Lois Eisele, floorshow
chairman.
Portraying the traditional hero
will be Virginia Fowler, playing
opposite Abby Funk, the heroine.
The role of father will be played
by Nancy Watkins, and Joyce
Howard will have the part of an
unknown lady whose identity
must be withheld for the time be-
ing until the theme of the cabaret
is revealed.
Positions are still open on all
committees, and sophomore wom-
en possessing eligibility cards are
asked to sign up for posts on these
committees in the undergraduate
office of the League.
Sophomore dues are still being
collected in the League Under-
graduate Office. The dues are
used for financing the presenta-
tion of the cabaret, the proceeds
from which will go to the Fresh
Air Camp.
Ruthven Tea
President and Mrs. Alexander
Ruthven will be hosts at tea
from 4 to 6 p.m. today at their
home.
Residents of Sigma Phi, Delta
Delta Delta, Angell House and
Winchell House will be special
guests. All students may at-
tend.

Will Sponsor
Several delegates will represJt
the University at a tea to be given
by the Detroit Association of Uni-
versity of Michigan Women to-
morrow afternoon at the Grosse
Pointe War Memorial Center.
The women who will represent
the University are: Mrs. Alexan-
der Ruthven; Mary C. Bromage,
Association Dean of Women; Mrs.
James Adams; Mrs. Robert
Briggs; Mrs. Marvin Niehuss and
Alice Russell, executive secretary
of the Alumnae Council.
One of the functions of the as-

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in Detroit

sociation is the awarding of schol-
arships to women from the Detroit
area who are attending the Uni-
versity. In some cases the associ-
ation supplements Regents-Alum-
ni scholarships, which pay tuition.,
Four $200 dollar scholarships
were awarded by the association'
last spring to women who had out-
standing scholastic and activities
records at the University. The
women who received scholarships
were: Doris Allen, Lorraine Budds,
Lila Ferrance and Clara Rizzo. All
are from Detroit.

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Journalism students' coffee hour
and movie: 3 p.m.,NewsRoom,
Haven Hall, sponsored by the
Journalism Society. All students
in the department invited.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Meet
for initiation at 7 p.m., Rm. 3A,
Union. Slides taken in the Camp
Davis region this summer will be
shown. All members are asked to
attend.
U. of M. Theatre Guild: General
meeting, 7:30 p.m., League.
Student Legislature: Meeting,
7:30 p.m., Rm. 3S, Union.
Coming Events
International Center Weekly
Tea: 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 3,
for all Foreign students and Amer-
ican friends.
U. of M. Skating Club: Meeting,
Thurs., Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m., Barbour
Gymnasium. Movies and refresh-
ments. New members welcome.
Hillel Social Committee: Meet-
ing, Thurs., Nov. 3, Rm. 3R, Union,
4:15 p.m. Plans made for formal
on Nov. 12. All welcome.
Forestry Club: Meeting, Thurs.,
Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m., Natural Science
Audnitim. Prof.John Carow.

Forestry and Conservation, will
speak on "Society of American
Foresters Annual Convention"
(illus.)
U. of M. Unesco Council: Meet-
ing, 7 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 3, 430
Univ. High School. Work project
to be arranged. Everyone invited.
Hillel-I.Z.F.A.: Hebrew group
will meet at 7:30 p.m., Thurs., Nov.
3, League. Everyone welcome.
U. of M. Young Republicans:
Thurs., Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m., League.
Every committee member must at-
tend.
Student-Faculty Hour: Honor-
ing the Romance Languages De-
partment, Thurs., Nov. 3, 4-5 p.m.,
Grand Rapids Room, League.
Deutscher Verein: Meeting, 8
p.m., Thurs., Rms. K, L. M. 3rd
floor, Union. Prof. Friedrich
Bruns, Univ. of Wisconsin, will
give a talk in German: Goethes
Lyrik. Students and faculty mem-
bers invited.
Sigma Alpha Iota: Mon., Nov.
7, Mrs. Lotte Hutzel, Province
President, will be here for indi-
vidual conferences with board
members. Business meeting with
actives, 4:30 p.m., League; For-
mal musicale, 8 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Fred Matthaei.

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