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Gamma Phi Beta, League House
IV, Have Charge of All
MUSIC TO BE PROVIDED1
Enid Bush and Committee Will
, Assist in Planning
Gamma Phi Beta and Leaguer
house group IV are in charge of the'
arrangements for the third of the
monthly League afternoon parties,°
which will be held from 4 to .
o'clock this afternoon in the main
ballroom of the League.
A program of entertainment has
been planned which will include a
tap dance by Laura Finley, '33, al
member of the tap chorus in lastk
year's Sophomore Cabaret, and a
duet by Dorothy Anna Williams, '34,
and Jane Cissel, '34, who,.perform-
ed in this year's Cabaret.
The League orchestra has been
engaged to provide music for danc-
ing, and there will be tables avail--
able for those who wish to play
Tea Served From 4 to 6.
Tea will be served from 4 to 6
o'clock, and Margaret Seybold, '32,
president of Gamma Phi Beta,
Dorothy Bunce, '33, president of
her League group, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the
League, and Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher,
assistant dean of women, have been
asked to pour.
All women on campus are invited
to attend the affair, the purpose of
which is to promote cooperation
and friendship among Michigan
women. The teas have had signal
success in past seasons and so far
_ this year.
Enid Bush, '33, the new social
chairman of the League, is assist-
ing with plans for the affair, as,
are the members of her commit-
tee, who include Margaret Ferrin,
'33, Parrish Riker, '33, Eleanor Wal-
kinshaw, '32, Josephine Woodhams,
'34, Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '33, and
Margaret O'Brien, '33.
Additional appointmenats to the
committee will be announced at an
early date, Miss Bush stated. It is
planned to have representatives of
all dormitories as members.
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USED FOR AFTERNOON WEAR
VARIED COLOR COMBINATIONS
vn With Green and of a brown and orange velvet com-
ccessories; Also bination. The lower portion of the
With Oange. dress was of brown and the bodice
With Orange. ofa brilliant orange, with a crush-
ed neckline. The sleeves were long
A. C. '34 and tight-fitting to the elbow. The
ear this year is more long turned back cuffs, had "a slit
t has been for the effect through which a note of
ans. Velvet and the brown velvet might be seen'
aterials are -much in Lelong displayed an unusual
new combinations of frock, in a delicate shade of pink,
attractive, silk crepe, which just cleared the
saw one of black vel-4 floor. The bodice was absolutely
ankle leragth, with without ornament, the sleeves be-
eeves, and a square ing full length. A finely plaited
e belt introduced a skirt began at the knees. Over this,
ng of crushed ,green was an overskirt of a black lace
vet. The accessories net. Shoulder length earrings of.
r of green-or orchid. black jet, and a buckle of the same
long jade earrings stone completed the black note.
which were shown Somehow it had a soft, billowy ap-
ated a fitting com- pearance, and one could easily vis-
ualize the very dainty, very femin-
active gown was one ine woman who should wear it.
S N I G ROUP KS
AN T OINE, NOTED HAIRDRESSER, AIDSx I
WOMEN TO GAIN STYLE AND BEAUTPI
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Plans for Sponsoring Activities
Booklet Discussed; To Hold
Series of Teas.
Women belonging to the SeniorI
Society, an honorary group for in-
dependent students, held a busi-
ness meeting conducted by Helen
Musselwhite, '32, president, at Betsy
Barbour House on Wednesday eve-
Plans were discussed for the
sponsoring of an activities booklet
for women under the supervisionI
of Miss Ethel McCormick, assist-
ant to the dean of women. Dis-
cussion also took place regarding
a series of teas, to be given by this
group for transf'erringstudents on
this campus. It is traditional that
this society has the care of the sen-
The Senior Society has eighteen
members and they plan to hold
meeting bi-monthly at the various
The other officers of this organ-
ization are Elizabdth Gardiner,
'32Ed, vice-president: Esther E.
Kirby, '32, secretary, and Ruth Mc-
Intosh, '32, treasurer.
Nebraska sugar beet growers rea-
lized approximately $4,241,000 on
their 1931 crop of 750,000 tons of
"Who is Antoine? He sets the
styles by which women govern their
hair." He is an artist and his fame.
is described in Profiles in the New,
"In a little mirrored, hairdressing
booth sits a woman. She has
mouse-colored hair end her face
has lost the sheen that youth gives
even to the plainest countenance-
a woman who would pass unnoticed
in a crowd. She sits swathed in
towels and says 'Antoine, what can
you do for nre?' "
"Th gentleman replies, 'Be tran-
quil and I will make you beautiful.'
Now as she comes out of the hair-
dressing salon, one sees a woman
who does stand out from a mob for
no reason one could name, finding
The last basketball practice
before the round robin begins,
Munday, Dec. 14, will be held
this afternoon under the coach-
iof Miss Ruth Hassinger and.
:a ss Marie Hartwig.
A 4 o'clock Delta Zeta, Alum-
na Hall, Alpha Omicron Pi, and
Jordan 1i will play. At 5 o'clock
Theta Phi Alpha, Alpha Xi Del-
ta, an League I will play.
Specialist, Bcts as Doctor
Coiffeur; Helps Client
refuge in the one word 'distinction.
She looks distinguished, she knows
she looks distingu shed. and agaiin
Monsieur Antoine' has wrought a
miracle," affirms the article.
"Antoine- worships beauty, his
whole life is dedicated to it. He1
knows that style is the only beauty
you can bring to a woman if nature
has not endowed her with a :ine
and a color and a form inherently
"He says that he is a sort of a
doctor to women, as well as coif-
feur. He considers how a client
looks, how she has been educated,
where she goes and what she does.
He tells her what clothes she ought
to wear and he has conferences
with her dressmaker and her hat-
maker." The article concludes.
"What psychoanalysts and doctors
do for thousands of women, this
find of hairdresser does for his cli-
Parents Locked Girl
In Piano Box, Claim
ESCANABA-Probate Judge Judd
Yelland has asked the state welfare
department to decide what disposi-
tion is to be made of 8-year-old
Elaine Plucker, whose father and
stepmother were accused of im-
prisoning her in a piano box in the
back yard. The Pluckers denied the
WOl llMAN TRAVE[LI
Mrs. Josephine Ransom To I
This Afternoon in Natural
Mrs. Josephine Ransom, trave
lecturer, educator, executive
student of the east, will lecture
"The Creative Power of Mind'
4:15 o'clock this afternoon at
Natural Science auditorium, sp
sored by the Student Theosopl
Mrs. Ransom was born in A
tralia and became interested
theosophy when a young wo:
which resulted in her leaving
India to teach school in Ce3
She then taught at the Cen
Hindu College in Benares and h
became secretary to Dr. Annie.:
ant. Following her marriage
worked in England w/here she
instrumental in f o u n d i n g
Mrs. Ransom -has been the
tional executive of the Thoso
cal Society both in South Ame
and Australia and has been a
known lecturer in England.
author of several books and n
pamphlets on philosophy and
cation, she is especially recogr
for her knowledge of Sanskrit
the -eligions and philosophie
The annual Betsy Barbour house
Christmas dinner-dance will be
given tomorrow 'With approximately
65 couples in attendance. A holiday
color scheme will be carried out in
festive red and white decorations.
The receiving line, headed by
Mrs. Gerrit J. Diekema, director of
Betsy Barbour, and Miss Kathleen
Hamm, business manager, ' both'
chaperones of the affair, will begin
at 6:15 o'clock. Dinner will follow
at 6:30. Dancing will start at 8:30
o'clock, music being furnished by
Harold Knapp and his Toledoans.j
Residents of Mosher-Jordan halls
are invited to attend a skating'
party this evening. The affair has
been entirely arranged by Mosher
women under the direction of Miss
Gjendora Gosling, '33ED, who is the
chairman of the athletic commit-
tee in that hall. The Mosher resi-
dents have formally invited the
Jordan women to accompany them.
After the skating the.party will be
concluded by a "spread" in the
Mosher living room.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
.The pledges of Alpha Epsilo' Phi
will entertain the actives tomorrow
noon at a luncheon which will be
held at the sorority house. In the
evening the actives will entertain
the pledges at a pajama party. The
entertainment for the evening will
include dancing and bridge.
Five guests were entertained on
Thursday night at a rushing dinner
given by Kappa Delta sorority. A
rose color scheme was carried out
in the chrysanthemums and tapers.
An informal Christmas dance will
be given Saturday night at the
house. Mrs. Anna Dillingham and
Professor B. F.. Bailey and Mrs.
Bailey will act as chaperons.
The Misses Virginia Braun of
Pittburgh, Pa.,, and Isobel Jenkins
of Detroit will be week-end visitors
at the Kappa Delta sorority.
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi dntertained pledges
at a buffet supper Sunday evening
at the home of Mrs. Alfred White.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Themembeas of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority entertained three guests
Wednesday night at a guest dinner.
Alumni Clubs to Give
Holiday Dinner Dance
Michigan students living in or
near Rochester, N. Y., who willbe
home for the Christmas holidays
are invited to attend a formal din-
ner dance at the Rochester Cham-
ber of Commerce on Monday, Dec.
The dance is being sponsored by
the various alumni clubs-of Roch-
ester. Any students wishing to
make reservations should write
Burr D. Coe, 136 Milton St. Roches-
ter, N. Y., by Dec. 15.
High schools entered in the Mis-
souri High School Debating league
for the 1931-1932 season number
fJ :,1 ,.
The delicately colored Cy-
clamen and Begonia, the Poin-
settia with its long, slender
"'flowers of vivid red or. the
bright colored berries of the
Jeruselem Cherry are the gift
de luxe indeed. They'll last
for a long time as a token of
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We have a fine selection of Wreaths,
Come inmand let us help you select your Christmas Gifts.
We Telegraph Flowers
nn ror INC.
Iowa this year produced about
4.675,000 bushels of potatoes-125,-
-000 bushels more than in 1930.-
Nebraska orchards produced 325,-
000 bushels of apples for market
122 East Liberty Street
Chiffon and Service,
LAIURA BELLE SHOP
State at Liberty
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AFTER THE DANCE
BETSY ROSS SHOP
"IN THE ARCADE"
Only one more week before the Christmas vacation and
then the hilarious rush of Yuletide festivities! You'll
want to be wholly free to enjoy them,' so we suggest you
visit Goodyear's College Shop and take care of that gift
Tat Glitters is Gold
Especially when it's jewelry in the season's newest uode.
Bracelets, necklaces, earrings, clips-all are doing their
level best to raise the gold standard. It's the kind you'll
want to wear with your black dresses for swanky teas
and informal holiday dances. Give it for gifts.
Christmas Gift to You
OLD HOOKED RUGS
Also earrings in genuine Whitby jet are
chic, as well as beads emphasizing color
contrast$.. pearl and rhinestone shower
earrings for formal wear. . . bracelets
and necklaces to match. Priced
With Any Dres
You Buy At
$8.55, $10.50, $1
Buy your dress at 'the Cardinal Friday and Saturd
have your choice of any hat in our stock up t
absolutely FREE of charge. We guarantee each(
be of the same high standard of quality and fr
Make The Cardinal your headquarters for Ci
These mellow old hooked rugs, look as if they had just step-
ped out of the John Alden manor of Colonial days. But
whether your house is modern or colonial, hooked rugs will
fit into the scheme. Hundreds to choose from, all quaint
patterns, different sizes, ..and oblong or oval shapes.
Hankies, for gifts, of course! Sheer
linen and lace . . . large size gay
sport kerchiefs - . - formals of chif-
Vanities -- foursomes with powder,
rouge, lipstick and eye shadow, $3
.. also triple compacts, $2.50 .
Jndelible lipstick, $1.50.
inject color accent with a brilliant
scarf. Boucles, jerseys, silk, flannels,
in a wide assortment of styles and
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