"SUNDAY, DEC EMBER 7, 1924
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D CLORS PROMNENT New Englander
Tells Of France,
a T FRESHM PRU. S. Friendship
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Spontaneous conviviality character.
ized the annual Freshman Spread giv-
en by sophomore women from 8:30 to
10:30 o'clock last night in Barbour
AFTER TWA DAYS' SALE'
Kappa Kappa Gamma will entertain
at a faculty supper this evening.
Chi Omega will entertain at a fac-
ulty reception this afternoon from 3
to 5 o'clock.
Approximately 500 women were pre-
sent at this traditional party when
freshmen intermingled with upper-
classmen to dance to the music of
Jean Buck's orchestra.
The gymnasium retained 'the orient-
al blue and gold decorations of the
Women's League bazaar. A clear bWue
balcony decked with shiny gold stars
overlooked the swaying crowd of var-
ied colored gowns. The reception line
stationed at the entrance of the gym -
nasium consisted besides the patron-
esses, of Charlotte Blagdon, presi-
dent of the Women's Lepgu e; M ry
Barrett, vice-president of the sopho-
more class; and Jean Kyer, chairmcni
of the Spread committee.
The party which was a formal af-
fair opened with the grand march
which was led by Jean Kyer, '27, and
Mary Louise Murray, vice-president
of the freshman class. During the
Parch favors in the form of variously
costumed dolls were presented to thei
women of '28. Many of the freshmen-m
were accompanied by their junior ad-
visors who were assigned to them at
- the beginning of the yar.
- Patronesses for the Spread include:1
Dean Jean Hamilton, Miss Grace
Richards, , Mrs. Amy Hobart, Missi
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. John R.
.flinger, Mrs. Wilbur T. Hump-
breys, Mrs. George W. Patterson, Mrs.I
Mrs. Bates-Batchellor, of Boston,j
known asan author as well as a spe-
cial favorite in American and Euro-
js'an circles,, has just published a
book enti itled l"Une Amitie H-listori-
que," written in French, prefaced b,.
Gabriel hanatoux of the French acad-
emy, and dealing with the friendly re-
lations between France and the Unit-
ed States. It is dedicated to Marshal
Although it is impossible to esti-
mate the amount of profit at so early Kathryn Woodward, '24, Coldwater,
a date, the articles at the Woman's and Dorothy Sober, '24, Detroit, were
League and Inter-Church bazaar alumnae guests at the Delta Gamma
sold rapidly both Friday and Satur- house this week-end.
day, according to the committee. )
All the dolls, pillows and haudker- Alpha Chi Omega will entertain this
chiefs that were so much, in evidence afternoon with a faculty tea.
at the opening were all sold by Fri-
day night. Practically all of the rest The Detroit alliance of Delta Del-
was cleared up late Saturday after- t.a Delta entertained the Ann Arbor
noon. chapter and alliance at a Founders'
The Pierrot tea room, which was;Day banquet at 1 o'clock yesterday at
run in connection with the bazaar was the Detroit Golf club.
crowded for every meal. Lillian Wet-
zel, '25, was in charge. Betsy Barbour house entertained
Of the special attractions, which about 200 members of the faculty of
were under the direction of Dorothy the University at a formal faculty re-
Malcolmson, '27, the goose pond was ption Tuesday evening.
the most popular. The jesters, Ruth
Kahn. '27. and Bertie Olsen, '27, car-' Helen Newberry residence entertain-
ried off their parts amusingly, if one ed( Miss Amy Loomis, director of the
could judge by the audience. Junior Girls' play, at dinner Friday
Among the musical selections were evening.
songs by Minna Miller, '27, and Mary
Lou Miller, '27, a violin number by Foreign students of the University
Roselle Rider with Catherine Ruhrer, were entertained by Helen Newberry
I '27, at the piano, and piano solos by residence at dinner last Sunday.
The gymnasium appeared as one Dela Zeta entertained with a for-
mass of blue bunting studded with oal pledge dance Friday night at the
golden stars, and the blue streamers Ial niop About 40 couples were pre-
used in the tea room helped to soften sent Mrs. Marie Burnett, Prof James
the lighting effects. Girls in costume:1 n rd. M r. ttnPrd a M r.
added to the attractiveness of the set- H. Hanford and Mrs. Hanford and Mr.
tings. All of the waitresses wore blue and Mrs. Clyde E. Love chaperoned
and gold Pierrette costumes, the at the dance.
candy sales-girls were dressed in ~
striped gowns, and the queens of Kappa Delta entertained Mr. George
hearts wore red and white. S. Peterson of the economics depart
Dorothy Mac Farlane, '25, was gen- !ment, and Mrs. Peterson, at dinner
eral chairman, Olive Mc Kay '25, had Wednesday.
charge of the articles, and Dorothy
Eggert, '25A, took care of the deco- KappaaDelta announces the pledg-
rations for, the bazaar. ling of Fay Smead, '28, Chevy Chase,
Md., and Dorothy Cline, '26, Detroit.
Sigma Alpha Iota sent three of its
members to Wayne last Friday to give: Guests at the Zeta Tau Alpha house
a recital before the Wayne Study club, over the week-end were: Mrs. A. W.
The program was given under the Burrows, Marine City; Josephine Du-
auspices of the extension department rant, Pontiac; and Marion Taylor, '24,
of the State Federation of Music clubs Detroit.
of which Sigma Alpha Iota is a mem-
her. School of Music students who With a roll call of 48,211 living
played in Wayne were: Ann Broena, members, Michigan's Alumni associa-
pianist, Pauline Kaiser, violinist, and tion outnumbers all other Alumni
Bessie Sycles, contralto. bodies of other American universities.
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Marcus L. Ward, Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd, Initiates l/Women
Mrs. Hugh Cabot, Mrs. Emil Lorch,
'Mrs. Josenh Bursley, Mrs. Mortimer
143. Cooley, Dr. Margaret bell, and Miss Theta Sigma, honorary journalistic
L Louise Patterson. society, initiated 11 new members into
the society at an initiation ceremon"
held Friday afternoon at Mertha Cook
building. After the c reniony Miss
Zelnr!t 'lark, social :1irector of the
dormiitcry spoke to the rnembers of
z' the society on "Women's Position in
the Journalistic Field."
She stressed a woman's value to the
All unsold tickets for the movie of profession -on the basis of intuitive
the University Girls' Glee club must powers, keenness, and othe attributes
be turned in to Esther Mahaffy by owetr.m en s d atbtouser sex.
Tuesday. If they are not, their value The ti e sex.
r The 11 women who werc admitted
will be deducted from the profits of .
the club. into the journalistic.society were se-
lected on the following points: In-
terest in journalism a a profession,
Students who have signed for wortscholastic standing in journalism
in fencing should report to their as- scA atcsadn njunls
enigshud-eo.toter.s classes, active interest in campus- pub-
signed section Monday or Tuesday. cassr , act facultynela
a blass -,basketball nactices will be . nb-
held this week as follows: Four o'- Serauder,'25, Marian Barlow ',
clock, Tuesday, sophomores; 4:40 o'- Nellie Rittenhouse, '25. Betty McDow-
clock, freshmen; 5::20 o'clock, sen- ell, '25, Lucy Wilson, '26, Catherine
' , Saunders, '25, Marie Reed, '26, Kathb-
iors; 4 o'clock,. Thursday, juniors;,,
4s:erine Fitch. '25, Marguerite Dutton,
m4;:40 o'clock, sophomores; 5:20 o'clock, '26, Marjorie Weber, '27, and Norma
frnen 3 :20 o'clock, Friday, sen-
iors; 3:50 o'clock, juniors. Bicknell, '26.
The regular meeting of the Fresh-1'295 Junior W omen
man Girls' Glee club will be held at 7uP
4:15 o'clock Monday in the parlors of
Tryoutsfor the Junior Girls' play -
S The regular meeting of the Univer-'ended at noon yesterday, with 295 as(
city Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30 the total number of women who tried
o'clock Tuesday, in room 305, School out. Cards will be mailed this week
of Music. to those women who are to be called
p back for second tryouts. The play
Members of the board of Symphonic is to be presented during the week
league of the School of Music were of March 17.
dinner guests of Mrs. Byrl Fox Bach- "Wondcrful spirit has been shown,"
er Tuesday evening at her home on said Miss Amy Loomis, director of
Ferdon road. Following dinner, the the play, "'in respect to the large num-
December business meeting took ber who hsirticipated as well as in
lplace. Plans were made for the an- the smooth progress of the tryouts."
y nual Christmas party which will be I-
held Tuesday, Dec. 16, in the second l The University Girls' Glee club
floor auditorium of tho .-School of netted $54.40 from the movie given
Music. The affair will be in the na- recently at one of the local picture
ture of a supper party. houses for its benefit.
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Good heavens! How had it all happened? Here he was holding in his arms the most exquisite
creature his eyes had ever beheld-all pink and white and alluring! Holding her for only a brief,
fleeting moment! And then like a bolt of lightning came the devastating realization that he, the
cynical, bragging, scoffing, unconquerable bachelor had at last been conquered!
His heart told him he was in heaven! His head told him to drop her and run, run! But did he?
Ile did not! HE COULD NOT!
And then things began to happen!
You know Ilarold Lloyd. Yiu know what he can do with comedy. Don't ask us to tell you. We
haven't the heart. - And we couldn't find words to do it if we wanted to! Go and see for yourself!
YOU'LL HAVE THE MOST RIOTOUS TIME OF YOUR LIFE!
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