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January 15, 1932 - Image 5

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Event to Be Held at Women's
Athletic Building at
8:30 o'Clock.
University Officials, Physical
Education, Graduate Faculty
to Be Present.
Members of the physical educa-
tion faculty, the graduate faculty,
and the staff of the office of the
Dean of Women will assist at the
graduate reception to be held at
8:30 o'clock Saturday night at the
Women's Athletic Association build-
ing, it was announced today by
Miss Jeannette Perry, Assistant to
the Dean of Women.
Will Assist.
The names of those who will as-
list are President and Mrs. Ruth-
ven, Dean and Mrs. E. J. Huber,
Miss Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. J.
A. Bursley, Dr. ,Margaret Bell, Dr.
and Mrs. William Bishop, Miss Isa-
belle Dudley, Miss Laurie Camp-
belle, Miss Hilda Burr, Dr. Mabel
Rugen, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Miss
Jeannette Perry, Miss Ellen Steven-
son, Miss Ethel McCormick, Miss
Dorothy Ogborn, Professor and Mrs.
0. J. Campbell, Dr. and Mrs. teter
Field, Professor and Mrs. L. M.
Gram, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Lewis, Dr.
and Mrs. 3. G. Winter, Dr. and Mrs.
J. B. Edmondson, Dr. and Mrs. H.
M. Randall, and Dr. and Mrs. Peter
Due tothe rise of some unexpect-
ed expenses a small charge of
twenty-five cents will be made to
each person attending in order to
help defray the cqst of the affair.
Formal Frocks and Coats Have
Close-Fitting Lines.
PARIS, Jan. 14.--(IP)-A long lean
silhouette designed to balance the
swollen swaggering sleeves has
made its debut in the midseason
fashions which herald spring styles.
As sleeves have increased in im-
portance and accent Parisian de-
-signers have reduced the yardage
in blouses and skirts in order to
produce graceful proportions.
Lines Close-Fitting.
Formal frocks and coats have
taken on a close-fitting line which
makes the modish moderns appear
(taller and slimmer than in many
Below the new waistline, which
has been raised several inches,
skirts fit closely to the knees, from'
which they break in soft undulat-
ing lines. Blouses are a bit shorter
and scanter in order to reveal the
accented sleeves to their full value.
Sleeves themselves have taken on
a dozen diterent designs. Most of
them are appreciably larger than
the arm-fitting model of last win-
ter,. although some of them cling
to conservative lines.
Many are designed with elaborate
puffs at the elbow, others place a
drooping puff near the wrist, while
short sleeved models end in large
bows or puffs above the elbows.
Lighter Colors Seen.
Lighter colors are likewise mak-
ing their debut with the mid-sea-
son beige, silver grey, greige (a
cross between beige and grey), leaf
green and coral red are being adop-
ted for formal afternoon wear.




Tryouts for the Junior Girls'
Play will continue today and to-
morrow. Yesterday afternoon
aspirants for lead parts met in
the committee r o o m of the
League building. Final elimina-
tion of leads will probably take
place today.
Tryouts for choruses will meet
at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the League building.
Rounding out the intramural
basketball round robin two games
were played Wednesday afternoon
and two games Thursday.
Martha Cook.




Betsy Barbour-
Betsy Barbour entertained last'
evening at its fourth seasonal fac-
ulty dinner.
The guest list included Prof. Ar-
thur S. Aiton of the history depart-
ment, and Mrs. Aiton; Prof. Ray-
mond L. Wilder of the mathematics
department and Mrs. Wilder; Prof.
Morris P. Tilley of the English de-
partment, and Mrs. Tilley; Prof.
Waldo M. Abbot of the English de-
partment and Mrs. Abbot; Mr. Wes-
ley H. Maurer of the journalism
department, and Mrs. Maurer; and
-Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins.
Mosher Jordan
Residents of Jordan hall are hold-
ing their winter formal supper
dance this evening.

director from Columbus, Ohio, will
be the house guest of Gamma Phi
Beta this week-end.
Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma entertained Mrs.
Ralph Aigler, Mrs. Ralph Loveland
of Ann Arbor, and Miss Mary Fair-
man Power of Detroit at dinner
Tuesday evening.
Kappa Delta

Miss Ellen Stevenson.
for the affair were in

orange and

Phi Sigma Sigma
The active members entertained
the pledges at a Cabaret dinner
Friday night, Jan. 8, at the Phi
Sigma Sigma house.
The regular formal open house
tea 'was given Sunday from 3 to
6 o'clock.

Town Government Run
Completely by Women
Corwin Has Money in Treasury
and No Lawlessness.
CORWIN, O., Jan. 14.-(P)-In
Corwin the men folk don't give or-
ders-at least not around the city
hall. It's their duty to do as they're
And this little village in the hills
of Warren county thrives on "petti-
coat rule."
There is no dust in the city hall;
there are flowers on the table in
the council chamber.
There is money in the treasury,
lawlessness is very rare and vil-
lagers laud their government as
There is no more talking or bick-
ering than in any other city hall in
the country, they declare.
Mrs. Frank E. Van Oven is the
village mayor. She was appointed
in April, 1930, to succeed the mayor
who resigned..
The villagers were satisfied with
her administration and this fall re-
elected her for a two-year term.



Kappa Delta wishes to announce I Pi Beta Phi
the pledging of the Misses Dolly Mrs. Mildred Beisel, province-
Jean Robbins, '33, of Port Huron president of Pi Beta Phi sorority,
and Hildegarde Orwick, '35, of De- arrived Wednesday from LaFayette,
Ind., to be a guest at the chapter
troit. Theceremony took place house for a short time. A tea hon-
Monday afternoon. oring her and the local alumnae
The engagement of Miss Irone' was given Wednesday afternoon
Coddingto Douglas H. McDonald from 4 until 6 o'clock at which Mrs.
of Princeton, Indiana was announe- Alfred White, a member of the na-
ed at a dinner given Sunday at the tional committee in charge of set-
chapter house. Each girl recived tement sclhool work, poured.
an announcement ard and a pink They pledges entertained Mrs.
roe. Miss Codding is from Con- Beisel at luncheon on Thursday.
stantine and is a sophomore in the The active members of Pi Beta
college of Literature, Science, and Phi will be entertained by the
Arts. pledges at a formal dance to be
Four guests were entertained at given Saturday night at the house.
a rushing dinner Tuesday night.
Pink tapers and sweet peas in pas- Zeta Tau Alpha
tel shades formed the decorations. Zeta Tau Alpha sorority enter-
The members of the sorority en- ta-ined the members of Alpha Kap-
tertained Thursday night in honor pa Kappa, medical fraternity, at
of the patrons and patronesses a tea given Sunday, Jan. 10, frorm
which included: Professor C. C. 6 until, 8 o'clock.
Meloche and Mrs. Meloche, Prof. A Faculty tea will be given Sun-
B. F. Bailey and Mrs. Bailey, Prof. day at the chapter house from 3:30
W. F. Hunt and Mrs. Hunt, Dr. and until 5:30 o'clock. Those in the re-
Mrs. John S. Huber, Dr. and Mrs. ceiving line include: Mrs. Mary
Carl Huber, Miss Ethel McCormick, E. Tuller, house chaperone, and the
Prof. Bradley Davis and Mrs. Davis, Misses Nina Henry, Alice Ezan,
Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Prof. E. R. Dorothy Reinert, and Gladys Schro-
Sunderland and Mrs. Sunderland, der. The two patronesses, Mrs. Rus-
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Edmonds, and sell C. Hussey and Mrs. Roderick
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Three Clubs Will Coml
Joint Affair to Be F
Jan. 30.
Second of the individ
parties will be held at 2 o
morrow afternoon. The
club under Martha Boehm
will meet at the Palmer FiE
All women are invited to
It has not been decided
ly that program 'will be
the weather is suitable t
be skating, otherwise
plans will be made. Last
cooking club under Marj
worth, '32, met and orgar
next week Elizabeth Shull
lead the Rambler's club. Z
clubs will combine Jan. 3
big party of the month, tY
of which has not yet be(


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