FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4,1931 TH MITCHICAN I3EY -
Mardi Gras and Sophomore Cabaret
PROGAM WILL BE INTAGURATE
WITH LUNCHEON HELD IN LEAGUE
Sorosis Is n Charge
of Meals; Faculty
Katherine Ferrin, '32,
Is in Charge of
By Margaret O'Brien, '33.
Presented under the combinedj
forces of the Women's League and'
the Sophomore class, the Mardi
Gras, which replaces the tradition-
al bazaar, and the Sophomore Cab-
aret will open this noon with a lun-
cheon which is being sponsored byt
the Mardi Gras. The Cabaret will
open at 3 o'clock with tea dancing
Ballroom Roped Off.
The whole ballroom of the League
and most of the second floor lobbies
have been utilized by the projects.
Space in the center of the ball-
room has been roped off for danc-
ing to music furnished by the Gail-
Corbett orchestra. There will be
dancing during dinner Friday and
Saturday. The Cabaret will feature
tea dancing and supper dancing,
during which seven choruses of
novelty dancing will be presented.
Some of these acts will also be pre-
sented during dinner.
The decorations have been car-
ried out in the festival spirit of a
carnival, and a miniature street
scene has been planned. Gaily dec-
orated booths will occupy the sides
and the adjacent lobby, while the
'Cabaret will take the form of an
open air cafe.
Will Open 8 Booths.
The booths will be eight in num-
ber and will offer a variety of ob-
jects for sale. Martha Cook is spon-'
soring a booth which will vend
home made articles, such as honey.
pots, fruit cake, and candy. Mortar-
board will be in, charge of a.Michi-l
gan booth which will dispense arti-
cles usually sold by the league.
Other booths will sell jewelry and
gifts, balloons and mardi gras nov-.
elties, and candy. A fishpond in a
gaily decorated booth, and sidewalk
artist will also be featured. A for-
tune teller will also be present, and
will read palms for all who are in-
The booths have been planned by
the members of the entertainment
committee of the Mardi Gras, under
the chairmanship of Vinselle Bart-,
lett, '33, each member of the com-
mittee- being responsible for a
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Out This Morning.I
S 0 C I E T Y
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta held its annual
Founder's Day banquet last Mon-
day night which forty alumnae
from Detroit and Ann Arbor at-
tended. Mrs. C. B. Belknap of De-
troit acted as toastmistress. The
scholarship award, presented by the
Detroit, alumnae went to Elizabeth
Eight members of the faculty
were honored at a formal dinner
given by Collegiate Sorosis Wednes-
day night. The guests were Mr.
Bruce Donaldson, Miss Adelaide
Adams, Miss Isabel Hubbard, Miss'
Helen Hall, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur
Aiton, and Prof. and Mrs. Earl V.
Chi Omega held a formal faculty
dinner Monday night, in honor of
Dean and Mrs. W. R. Humphreys,
Professor and Mrs. Arthur S. Aiton,
Professor Louis A. Strauss, Mr. and
Mrs E. A. Mercado, and Professor
and Mrs. Arthur Hackett.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Gamma Phi Beta will entertain
several faculty members at tea Sun-
day afternoon. Mrs. Earl Wolaver
will pour. Red and silver will form
the color scheme for the decora-
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Kappa Alpha Theta will honor its
pledges at a formal dance Saturday
night. Mrs. Franklin Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin H. Moore, of Detroit;
and Mr. and Mrs. George Martin,
also of Detroit, will chaperone.
Theta Phi Alpha.
A benefit bridge honoring the
mothers, patronesses, alumnae, and
guests will be given Saturdayafter-
noon by Theta Phi Alpha sorority.
Covers will be laid for 75 guests and
autumn colors will be carried out
in the decorations.
The following teams will play
this afternoon in intramural
basketball practice, at 4 o'clock:
Delta Zeta against Alumnae
HoI e ar d Alpha Omicron Pi
againFIt Jordan II; at 5 o'clock,
Theta Phi Alpha will play Alpha
Xi Delta and League I will play
Alpha Epsilon Phi.
COMMITTEE SET S
DATES OF TRYOUTS
Eligible Junior Women Lo Try
Out for Play Jan. 7, 8, 9;
Dates for first tryouts for the
1932 Junior Girls' Play have been
set by the central committee. They1
are Jan. 7, 8, and 9.
On Thursday and Friday, Jan. 8,
9, tryouts will be held from 3 to 6
o'clock. On Saturday they will be
held from 9 to 12 o'clock in the
morning. Appointments will have to
be made sometime before the try-
outs. Further announcements will
be made later.
All eligible junior women may try
out, that is juniors who have an
average.of C and B for last semes-
ter. Second semester juniors who
did not participate in last year'sl
play may try out.. Second semester
sophomores are also eligible for thel
play. Juniors whoare on the cam-
pus for the first time this year are
eligible for the play only if they
get special permission from the
Dean of Women's office.
Several women have beenk added
to the committee for the play.
Mary Eleanor Davis will assist the
property chairman and Estelle
Goldstein will be on the make-up
committee. The ushers committee is
Anne Neberle, Jane Neer, Virginia
McComb, Miriam Carver, and Olo
MISS MAY CRAIG TO PLAY THREE FACULTY WOME
ROLES FOR THEATRE PRODUCTION PLAN CLUB PAl
Versatility Is Shown by Actress Entertainment Will Cons
in Portraying Characters. Dancing and Bridge.
Miss May Craig, member of the Members of the Faculty W
Irish Players of the Abbey Theatre, ..club are planning for a form
Dublin, will play here the first of ty to be given at the League
next week in three roles which will ing the evening of Dec. 10.
give her an opportunity to exhibit For entertainment there i
her great versatity as an actress. dancing in the ballroom fron
Miss Craig will take part in one til 12 o'clock and bridge
comedy role, ,that of Jane in The played in the Grand Rapid;
in which everyone will meel
Whiteheaded Boy, by Lennox Rob-' husbands of the members -
inson, and two serious roles, those the guests of the club.
of Mrs. Tancred in Sean O'Casey's Those women who have chi
"Juno and the Paycock," and Ellen the arrangements for the pa
Nolan in Mr. Robinson's "Far Off Mrs. Paul A. Leidy, chairn
Hills." hospitality; Mrs. Everett
She has been with the company chairman of program; an
since 1916, shortly after their last Walter B. Ford, chairman
tour of this country. Since that freshments.
time she has proven herself to be
very apt in taking many and var- Miss May Craig. In London the latest thin
ied roles. -- - -- wear a replica of one's home
One of the most important fea- will be St. John Ervine's "John Fur- orite building on one's hat,
tures of the Irish Players is the ver- geson. bag in the form of a clip bra
satility of the actors, all being - --
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to practically any type of role. The w M riT
present company has been together+NewbusethyssMdrlings
for about twelve years and, playing e v a h s M r i g
together so long and repeating each
play as often as they do, each actor..R
is given a chance really to make * ** S
something out of his part.
The other play which the com- -these ersey lunging pajamas
pany will present here next week
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Katherine Ferrin, 132.
Dinner tonight has been set aside
for the faculty members, and more
than a hundred have placed reser-
vations. Students may also attend
tonight or tomorrow. Faculty reser-
vations should be made by calling
Louise Breakey, at 3297. Collegiate
Sorosis is in' charge of the meals.
The central committee for the
Mardi Gras consists of Katherine
Ferrin, '32, general chairman,, Eve-
lyn Neilson, '33, assistant chairman,
Helen DeWitt, '33, chairman of dec-
orations, Vinselle Bartlett, '33, the
chairman of booths, Ruth Duhme,
'34, chairman of finance, Ruth Rob-
inson, '34, chairman, of costumes,
and Annette Cummings, '33, chair-
man of publicity. The committee
has woked in conjunction with the
central committee for the Cabaret.
Subduet glitter marks many of
the new evening frocks. An attrac-
tive model of white marquisite
used pearl bands in a brassiere-like
bodice top and for harness straps
and skirt insets. Another model on
the same lines uses silver sequines
with the pearl trimming.
More than half the women stu-
dents of the University of Califor-
nia live at home.
Campus Lingerie and Hosiery Shoppe
229 SOUTH STATE STREET AT LIBERTY
Holeproof Hosiery from $1.00 to $1.95
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Fashion right, color
right, price right. As durable
delicate in appearance.
Special Box Prices
in actuality as it is
lk Undies, daintily laced trim and tail
$1.95 and up
Pajamas at $3.95 and up
All-Linen Handmade' Hankerchiefs
6 for $1.00
RUSSIAN GIFTS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
You haven't long to do your shopping
the Christmas vacation-
December Gift Sale
Fir Co at Sale
You need be in - no doubt
about what to give your
friends this year. Every girl
loves French lingerie. And
especially when it is as irre-
sistibly dainty and flatteringly
youthful as this Goodyear's
College Shop is offering. It
is the Christmas gift superb.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
Two Special Groups
(Tan and Grey)
EVERY $69.50 VALUE
LISLE MESH HOSE
A beautiful and inexpensive mesh
hose that will wear and launder
Woolen gloves and mittens.
Nice and Warm
85c to $1.25
LAURA BELLE SHOP
State at Liberty
A sale that is more than just a sale of the ordinary type.
For Mack's coats possess the beauty of fabric-the dis-
tinctive design of fine makers-the richness of luxurious
fur, never found in garments selling regularly at these
mark-down prices. These coats are so fashion-right that
even when you buy them in the middle of the season-
such as now-they will be in good style next Fall. With
fourteen more weeks of winter, you should make the
most of this opportunity now.
Blacks, Browns, trimmed with most popular real furs-
sizes 14 to 46.
Mack's Other Coats Are Regularly
Low Priced at
It Fits Without a Wrinile
And that's how lingerie should fit to be worn under
the new gowns. Of a beautiful quality satin or French
crepe, gorgeously trimmed with Alencon lace or'em-
broidery, and bias-moulded, of course. Step-ins,
panties, dance sets, teddies, $1.95-$3.95 and gowns,
For Long Study Hours-
(Silver and Natural)
Plain and, Fitch Trim
$5.00 to $12.50
Beautifully fashioned with
metalic stitchings or crystal
Cosy, warm lounging pajamas of
Terry cloth or corduroy for long
chilly study hours when the rest of
the household is snugly tucked in
warm beds. Curl up in one of these
three-piece ensembles of Terry cloth
and the hours will fly like magic.
In vivid cherry or green-trousers,
jackets and striped shirt.,$7.95.
One-piece corduroys, with swanky
large button trimming, in cherry,
green or blue, $5.95 and $7.95. Give
your roommate pajamas for Christ-
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