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MARDI GRAS PLANS Duchess Writes Serial (EAN ILL INVITE
PRURSS RA1PIDLYU1 R A TO T
CHAIRMAN STATES' Women Will Discuss Possibility
for Informal Orgyanization

SOCIETY. I

DISTINCTIVE PAINTINGS BY WOMEN
SHOWN IN ART ASSOCIATION EXIIBIT

Variety in Technique, Mediums,
Approaches Make Display

Lobby Near Ballroom to
Used for Booths; League
Orchestra Engaged.

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CHAIRMAN APPOINTED
Designate Nights for Faculty,
Fraternities, and
Sororities.
Plans for the Mardi Gras festival
to be sponsored by the League Dec.
4 and 5 in the main ballroom of the
building are progressing rapidly,
according to Katherine Ferrin, '32,
general chairman.
It has been decided to utilize the
lobbies adjacent to the ballroom as
well, for the Sophomore Cabaret
will occupy a large portion of the
floor in the larger room. Booths will
be set up along the walls, one of
which will be sponsored by Mortar-
board, and will sell the blue and
yellow dolls which have been avail-
able at the League, and other arti-
cles of interest.
The League orchestra has been
secured for both afternoon and
evening on both days. It has beenr
planned to set off the Friday night
dinner as Faculty night dinner,
while Saturday night will be plan-
ned especially for fraternities and
sororities.
In order not to conflict with the
Cabaret, only luncheon and dinner
will be served by the League for the
Mardi Gras project, while tea danc-
ing and supper dancing will be fea-
tured by the9 abaret.
The appoint~ent of A nn e tt e
Cummings, '33, as publicity chair-
man was announced, and the rest
of the central committee includes,
in addition to Miss Ferrin, Evelyn
Neilson, '33, assistant chairman,
Helen, DeWitt, '33, chairman of desc-
orations, Vinselle Bartlett, '33,
chairman of entertainment, Ruth
Duhme, '34, chairman of finance,
and Ruth Robinson, '34, chairman
of costumes.
R'ELEN NEWBERRY
PLA NSMUSICALE
Schumann Trio of Toledo Gives

Marie, former grand duchess of
Russia, who has written a series of
articles for a weekly magazine en-
titled "Education in Exile." She is
also the author of "Education of a
Princess."
TYPES STRESSED
IN CHARM RULES
Writer Advocates Individuality
in Use of Makeup.
"Not one of us duplicates another
even if we are definite types. Study
yourself. Search for your individ-
ual charm. Learn to make the
most of that individual charming
difference that is you;" says Doris
'Lee Ashley in the December Pic-
torial Reviews.
She advocates the use of cosme-
tics for all types. A fragile blonde
should use a delicate rouge, lipstick,
powder to match her skin, blue
eyeshadow to use sparingly in the
evening, and a delicate flower per-
fume. A stately blonde should be
more conservative.
A titian-haired person can use
.a more orange rouge. As a type
progresses from light brunette to
the raven-haired tpe the rouge
used can become rker and war-
mer. The powder, of course, always
matches the skin. The perfumes
range from the lighter odors to the
heavy oriental fragances.

of Group.
Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of
Women, is issuing, through the
Daily Official Bulletin, an invita.-
;ion to all graduate women for a
;ea to be given in their honor by
,he staff of the Dean of Women's
>ffice at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon
n the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room
it the League.
It is hoped that the guests will
irrive directly at 4 o'clock so that
;he tea may be preceded by an
nformal discussion of possible so-
;ial activities for graduate women.
this is the first time the graduate
women have been entertained as a
group by the staff of the Dean of
Women's office. Need for this or-
ganization is felt, for out of the
383 graduate women on this cam-
pus, 30 live at Jordan Hall, 14 at
University House, and the rest have
secured their own lodgings and
have no means of social contact
either with each other or with the
faculty.
Those assisting the staff of the
Dean (f Women's office at the tea
will be Mrs. Cram, Mrs. A. G. Ruth-
ven, Mrs. Carl Huber, Mrs. William
Bishop, Mrs. Charles 'S. Burt, Miss
Isabelle Dudley, and the following
wives of members of the Graduate
School Board: Mrs. J. R. Hayden,_
Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs. Peter
Field, Mrs. L. M. Gram, Mrs. H. B.
Lewis, Mrs. J. G. Winter, Mrs. J. B.
Edmundson, Mrs. H. M. Randall,
and Mrs. Peter Okelberg.
Sorority Women Hold
Exchange Luncheons
Sorority women at the Uiniver-
sity of Southern California are
sponsoring the second group of
sorority exchange luncheons. Vari
ous houses on the campus are send-
ing members and will act as host-
esses at their own houses, the week
of Nov. 16.
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-
Women here have come to the aid
of the cotton planters by deciding
to make their spring wardrobe, in-
cluding stockings, of cotton.

Martha Cook. Highly Interesting.
Miss Alta B. Atkinson, director
of Martha Cook, and Miss Margarwt By Harriet Adams.
Smith, social director, will enter- Women artist outnumber men
tain Dr. Herman Reicker of th: in the exhibit of the Ann Arbor Art
University Hospital Staff and Mrs. Association now being held at
Reicker at tea this afternoon. Mrs. Alumni Memorial Hall. The variety
Day, Mrs. Reicker's mother, will in thej technique, their mediums
also be a guest. and. approachestmake the ex-
This week-end there are a num- hibit most interesting. Some are

ber of out-of-town guests at Mar-
tha Cook and the majority of them
are alumnae.
Helen Newberry.
Residents of Helen Newberry1en-
entertained at the first informal
dance of their fall social season
last evening.
The house was decorated in yel-
low and blue, Michigan's colors,
and green and white, Michigan
State's colors. Goal posts and foot-
balls were placed effectively in the
living room. Balloons in the colors
of the two schools also, added to
the festivity of the occasion.
Mrs. Florence W. Tousey, direc-
tor of Helen Newberry, and Miss
Eunice Van Camp, assistant direc-
tor, acted as chaperons at the af-
fair.
A.A.U.W. TO HOLD
BANQUET NOV.18
Members Asked to Pay Dues;
Reservations to Be in
by Nov. 17.

water-colorists, some use oils, and'
ethers charcoal.
A distinct type is shown by Paul-
in. Bittinger in her flower panels,
which are decorative in their ar-
rangement and are careful studies
from nature, made vibrant by
splendid coloring. May Brown's
water-coor, "Ci r Da ," pits one
in a gay mood for she has created
the spirit and delights of a circus.
In oil she loses her charm and clar-
ity.
Lois Maier contributes an ex-
quisite composition called "Flow-
ers." Marina Timoshenko-Goodier
has the same delicacy of color in
a nude. Maria Crane is a most
competent artist in oil, the still life
in her cactus painting being inter-
esting because of her compositional
form.
Real ambition is displayed. by
Margaret Chapin in her family
portrait, for she has attempted the
arrangement of a large group. Har-

.

riet Waite places a great deal of
emphasis on line and intense color.
Designs are carefully thought out
with her. Compare her study of
"Red Hot Pokers" with the water-
color by Lois Maier %,f the same
bowl of flowers, called "The Black
Bowl" if you want to see how dif-
ferently two people handle the
same subject.
Mina Winslow shows precise, har-
monious water-colors that a r e
pleasing, especially "Gloucester."
Her skill is evident, although she
has been painting only\ a year.
Book illustration is demonstrated
by Marie Metzelaar. Younger con-
tributors are Louise Little and Eliz-
abeth Lorch. Ruth Cooper, as Pro-
fessor Slussor's pupil, reflects his
influence. Jane Stanley shows abil-
ity in her water colors, but lacks
enthusiasm.
This summary gives one an idea
of the types to be found at the
exhibit but it can not suggest the
delight to be had if one goes back
and studies them more than once.
The difference in the atmosphere
will change their character, deepen
their tones or bring out new light
and life. While there is nothing
remarkable in the painting, from'
the point of view of local work
there is much worthwhile effort
end considerable technical skill
displayed.f

BOWLING PROGRA1
OPNSTHIS WE[
Athletic Building Alleys V
Be Open Both Afternoons
and Evenings.
Bowling for women as sponso
by the physical education depa
ment will begin on Monday, N
16 n the Women's Athletic Bu
ing.
The alleys in the Athletic Bu
ing will be open on Monday, Ti
day, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday afternoons from four u
six o'clock. In the evenings t
will be open from seven until n
o'clock on Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday.
During the afternoons the bo
ing alleys are reserved for won
only but in the evenings men
companying women may bowl.
charge made for bowling will
five cents a string in the af
noon, and ten cents a string
night.
The physical education also
nounces that instruction will
given to anyone desiring it.
women students or members of
faculty have the privilege of u
these alleys.

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There will be a dinner meeting
of the Junior Group of the Ameri-
can Association of University Wo-
men at Palmer Field House on
Wednesday, November 18, at six+
o'clock. All members are urged to
come,andany eligible women who
are interested will be welcome.
There will be a short business
meeting, followed by entertain-
ment.
Small sections for the year will
be organized, including the follow-
ing activities: tap dancing, maga-
zines, dramatics and reading.
PERMANENT WAVES
Take advantage of
our low end-of- season
waves complete with
shampoo and set at
no extra charge. ,.
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a popular$30
price................
MARCEIINE OIL WAvE-a recondi-
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system.........................$4.50
CURLINE PROCESS - Our very
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PUBLIX
BEAUTY SHOPPE
201 E. Liberty St.
Phone 23414

to it's Sales Personnel

We feel that, with the assistance of these young women, both of
whom have distinguished themselves in campus activities, The Collins
Shoppe is better able to serve Michigan Co-Eds , . , a goal we have always
striven to maintain.

The Collins Shopp le
Is PZagd to Announce the Appointment of
MISS MILDRED TODD
and
MISS AffrGUSTA SCHAEFER

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Entertainment Program. VVIU IIM HA VP A. IIM
. POW ER AS MEN,
From five to six this afternoon
the residents of Helen Newberry Columbia Professor Discusses
will be entertained by the Schu- 'Success Attained by
mann trio at amusical tea. There Women Financiers.
will be a number of faculty mem-
bers present and any guests that That women are now in a posi-
the residents of the dormitory wish tion not only to direct interest but
to have. After the musicale tea for the first time in the world's his-
will be served. tory to direct as much purchasing
The Schumann trio of Toledo, power as men have is the opinion
Ohio, will furnish the music. This of Albert Jay Nock, Columbia Uni-
trio recently opened the Toledo versity professor, as is expressed in
Museum of Art concert series. The an article "A Word to Women"
members of the trio are students published in the November issue of
of the Institute of Musical Art of the Atlantic Monthly.
New York. The players are Cecile Mr. Nock says in discussing a
Vashaw, violinist; Emily Rairden, survey made by a Chicago and New
cellist, and Marana Baker, pianist. York firm of investment bankers
Faur musical groups will be play- that the general conclusion reach
ed. The first, by the trio, will in- ed was that nearly half of our na-I
clude the following numbers: Quin- tional wealth was controlled by
tet from Die Meistersinger by Wag- women and that the proportion
ner, and Autumn and Winter from was tending to increase steadily.
The Seasons by Glavounow.
The second groups, by Emily NOTICE!
Rairden, cellist, will include: Ada- r
gio from Sonata -in D minor by Fraternities, Clubs, Sororities
Eccles, and Scherzo by Doems. Herman Simms'
Marana Baker, pianist, will play HOT "PEP"PER
the following numbers for the ORCHESTRA
third group: River of the Spirits Singing and Entertaining
from Fairy Pictures by Koingold, Furnishing Music for
and Waltz in E major by Mokow-r Dances, Parties, Banquets
ski. Phone or Write
The fourth and final group, Walnut 2775-W
played by the trio, will include one 6023 Scotten Ave.
number: Trio Opus 64 in U minor Detroit, Mich.
by Schumann.

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As regards just how this increas-
ed financial power of women af-
fects society Mr. Nock says, "Con-
sider the proportion of women's
purchasing power representing the
boards of our orchestras, in the
contributions of churches, in the
maintenance of schools, forums,
lectureships afid you will see at
once the direction their policies
must take."
Mr. Nock's conclusion is that so-
ciety may be civilized by womenj
using their financial power in an
intelligent direction.

MISS TODD
at rieuh
Who has been prominent in dra-
matic circles on the campus, is a mem-
ber of Chi Omega. She has played
leading roles in Play Production and
Comedy Club presentations, as well
as in the Junior Girls play, "Came
The Dawn." Miss Todd is here 'pic-
tured in a sports outfit which was one
of several from the Collins Shoppe
stock selected by Miss Frances Lee,
stylist of College Humor magazine,
who, after visiting the woman's ap-
parel shops of Ann Arbor, chose
those from The Collins Shoppe as
being the most typical of college
sports ensembles. At the request of
the style artist photographs of Miss
Todd in these selected garments will
appear in a forthcoming issue of "Col-
lege Humor."

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MISS SCHAEFER
at left
Miss Schaefer has been an out-
standing figure in architectural activ-
ities during her undergraduate career.
She was treasurer and presidents of
Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and is a
member of Alpha Alpha Gamma, na-
tional honbrary architectural sorority.
Miss Schaefer is also a member of the
Ann Arbor Art Association and was
represented in the collection of naint-

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