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April 23, 1932 - Image 5

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Dorothy Elsworth ApoinIs Eight

ChatilAl.-uien for



Many Campus Celebrities Attend Sigma
Delta Chi Dance in New Press Building8

S- -
Seen on Campus1
Polo coats are becoming lighter
nd more popular. One smart young
ady strolled acros the diagonal
ttired in a very light beige one,
;ut in the new military fashion

A number of campus leaders and rings harmonized with her costume.
their guests danced to the tunes Margaret Grant, '35, was the guest
of Ray Gorrell's orchestra at the of Edward J. McCormick, '32, presi-
dent of the Student Council. Miss
Gridiron dance held last night in Grant's gown was of rose chiffonI
the editorial rooms of the new Puo- crepe with a cowl neck and trim-'
lications building. med in brown fur. The shadw .of.
The motif for the party centered her slippers and gloves blended with
about huge caricatures of past the trimming;s of her formal.
Emerson reid, '33, co-captain of
holders of the Oil Can which is the hockey team, and Rupth Jacobs,
awarded by Sigma Delta Chi an- '3, a member of Sima Ka so
nually to a faculty member, togeth- ercy, were guests at thie dance.-
er with the title "Loquacious Lubri- Mis Jacobs wore a white satin for-
cator." ia together with green lace mits
caEr h! ''3 and agrn velvet wrap.
Beach Conger Jr., '32, chairman Richard Tobin, '32. managing edi-
of arrangements for the dance and to, of the Daily, and Marie Stoetz-j
editorial director of the Daily had e "2, j member of Aluha Phi
as his guest Mary O'Brien, '35, who ;orority, were another of the prom-
wore a gown f heavy purple crepe.inet oues. A two-piece, delicate
The straps were embroidered withi pink formual, the waist of which was
crystal beads which were also car- crystal beaded, was worn by Misr
vied over into a design on the back. Stoetzner. Pink slippers and cry-
With it she wore silver shoes and stal earrings matched her gown.
brilliant earrings. Her wrap was a -
cape of white fur.
Among the student leaders on
campus attending the affair was
Martin SN Hayden, '34, Ann Arbor La
correspondent for the Detroit News,
whose guest was Jeanne Cudlip, '32,!
wearing a white taffeta gown trim- I P E AT B P D
med in tulle with matching acces-
sories which included a silver brace-
let, rhinestone earrings, and a wrap Marjorie Western Is Selected
of white velvet. Miss Cudlip is a Chairman of Costume
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Committee.
sorority. Ivan Williamson, '33, cap-
tam elect of the football team, had Freshma gg
as his guest Veneta Cook, '32, who re nian pageant organization
wore a white taffeta tight-fittingf received a change yesterday when
formal ruffled at the skirt. White Virginia Salisbury, central commit-
brocaded shoes and rhinestone ear- tee chairman, announced the ap-

David Nichol, '32. president of the,
Senior class and News Editor of the Number of Tourney Contestants
Daily, had as his guest Eloise Kin- Surprises Those of



. i.i ~pn. ni~~ufQir
caid, Kappa Kappa Gamma, whose Former Years. All her accessories were a darki
formal was of turquoise blue satin brown and they included a beret,
with slippers and ┬žives to match. Beginning the first round of the a silk ascot, kid gloves and a
Steel cut earrings and a white fur springtennis tournament sponsored leather pocketbook. A pair of brown
wrap harmonized with her gown. 'by the Woman's Athletic Associa- ghillies completed the costome.
Harold Sindles, '34, of the Var- tion a list of the matches will be Very attractive to say the least.
sity hockey team was accompanied posted this morning in the Palmer Sports wear have it this year and
by Maxine Nowak, '32, a member Field house. According to Jean Por- no one can accuse the Michigan
of Alpha Phi sorority. '3 ensmngetetr- co-eds of not being aware of the
Mary Pray, '34, was the guest of ter 34, tennis manager, the turn- fact. Yesterday one young lady was
Cary FoWsythe, president of Sigma out this year is the largest there observed swaggering down State
D)elta Chi fraternity, and city editor has even been, more than one hun- Street in the jauntiest of suede
on the Daily. Miss Pray's formal dred laving signed up. jackets. It was bright orange in
combined the two leading spring The first round in all tilhee tour- hue, very short, very military and
pastel shades, pink and blue. In naments, singles, i n t r a m u r a 1 had wide sleeves that ended a little
the chiffon organdie gown were doubles, and mixed doubles is to above the elbow. She were one of
embroidered flowers of three colorsj be played by Friday, April 29. these smart little crotched hats in
which were observed i nfrc wovenI Tslm e who are playing in the beige fad over on the right side
sandals. She wore a pink corded. mixed doubles are to get permits of her head and her nicely' tailored
moire wrap with a pepiuii suani- at the desk. The second will be skirt was of a rough tweed and
up collar. started as soon as the first matches beige too. In keeping with the gen-
George Tilley, '33L, Rhodes scholar are played oft eral idea of her outfit were her low-
and former editorial director of the In all games for tournaments wo- heeled shoes that tied smartly
Daily, had as his guest Barbara men are to call for court nets at around her ankles.
Wright, '32, Alpha Phi, who wore the desk in the Women's Athletic Another smart spring outfit which
a white satin frock trimmed in sil- building and are to sign in and out we noted disappearing behind one
ver sequins. Her wrap of black vel- for them. The building is open of the pillars in the Angell Hall
vet was a striking contrast to the from 8 to 6 o'clock every day. Wo- lobby yesterday was one of the new
gown. Elizabeth Currie of Detroit men must also wear tennis shoes leoyestenawo eoteinew
was the guest of- Thomas Cooley, both on the cement and clay courts. ver open work sweaters in a
32,mangigeitroGrgole very light pink shade, worn witha
'32, managing editor ol Gargoyle. -sort of blotter blue skiirt of a boa
Gayle Chaffin, '32, president 'bf sortof botte bluTskirfbfc'Chafinblot-
sh G.CWLN CLUB ter blue skirt of a material closely
the Varsity Glee Club, was the es-S."
t of Prudence Foster, 'M4, Kappa TO HOLD TRYOUTS resembling Biltmore homespun. The
Delta. whose formal was white satin - -Tskirt was quite long and severely
with a V-neck and overall strap. WoMe oC plain save for a distinct flare at
with shsV-neanoverel-ap.Wcmcn to Meet at 10 oClockthe bottom. The coat worn with
Ir shoes and earrings vwere'gold- Th. orning at Union Pool. this outfit had a distinctly mascu-
colored.ih othd apl
Harcourt Patterson, '32, Gargoyle ---- line air, with notched lapels and
business manager, and Jane Rayen, rycuts for the swimming club' patch pockets.
'33, Pi Beta Phi, were guests at the will be held from 10 to 11 o'clock It seems that the new knitted
affair. Miss Rayen's formal was of this morning in the pool of the suits are becoming highly popular.
pink lace with ~.blue sash the shade Union, according to Corrine Fries, l We have seen several during the
of which was carried out in her 34, swimming manager of the Wo- past few days and they have a very
earrings and shoes. man's Athletic Association. attractive appearance. Brown and
Sheldon Fullerton, '32, spurts ed_ This is a new organization and all grey seem to be very popular colors
tor of the Daily, was the escort of women whether or not they are for these ensembles, we saw one
Louise Shaw, '33, who wore slipplrS 'ble to swim are urged to attend the other day of a plain brown
and a formal of white satin. Her lh tryouts this morning. W. A. A. skirt with a brown jacket and a
wrap was of dark purple velvet, points will be giiven to those who light grey waist with brown stripes
Wiliam ri< '39 Rnc"b-d Ibeccme members. in it.

All Women Invited to Att
Party; Group Leaves From
Palmer Field House.
As a part of the W.A.A. spr
outdoor program the Rambl
club, under the direction of Eli
beth Shull, will sponsor a 1
party this afternoon. Dr. H.
Hann of the zoology departm,
will go with the group and pe
out interesting features on the t
The party is opened to all wor
on campus who are interested
it will leave Palmer Field house
2:15 o'clock. Following the trip
guests will return to the Field Ho
where refreshments will be serN


T ets for the League formal
dinner dance will be on sale in
Angell Hall, at the main desk
of the League, and may also be
obtained from Esie G. Feldman,
'33, chairman of tickets, or any
member of the central commit-
tee. Thy il be priced at $4.50,
the cost including two five course
dinners and five hours of dance
ing. Reservations may ne made
by those wishing to sit in groups
by calling Katherine Ferrinat
And Choice of a Smart Pullman
Hat Box,

pointment of Marjorie Western, as
the new head of the costume com-
mittee in place of Ruth Bradner. ]
who was obliged to drop this activ-
To date, the costume committee
has formulated no plans for the
eventual garbing of the freshman,
participants, but they are expected
to carry out the traditional pattern

TV ttl1,f l ittl, , i.' i l,
in order to interpret the various had as his guest, Jeanette Albracht,
period dances. '33, whose gown was of white bro-
Announgement was also made of caded satin with shoes to match
the appointment of Harriet Woj- and she wore rhinestone earrings
towicz as an additional member of and a blue velvet wrap.
the publicity committee. There will _________---
be from time to time a few addi-; T Y P E W R, I T E R S
tions to committees, among these iii Iaces - ae and Portable
the newly reorganized costume Sold Rented changed Repaired
committee.f' Large choice stock.M pesy s.
Interested freshman women are 0 D MoR R I L L
reminded that they may still sign
up today for the various dances. 314 S. S tte St., Ann Arbor,




We Defy You to Hoard


Cash and Carry Day


9 A.M. to 9 P.M.

Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.
Frederick B. Fisher
Peter F. Stair
10:30 P. M.-Morning Worship.
Dean O'F rra l of Sr, Paul's Cathe-
drl, Detroit.

State and Huron Streets
E. W. Blakeman, Director
Sunday, April 24, 1932
6:00 P. M.-There will be the dis-
cussion of the Parley which is
being held this week end.
12:00 M.-Dr. Blakeman will hold
the usual class at this time.

A REAL, BANG-UP SALE . . . That's not a lot of drivel but the
honest-to-gocdness truth. And if you're not paralyzed you'll LIKE
carrying your purchases, when it 'means so much money in YOUR
pocket. Our Downstairs Store is crammed-jammed full of bargains,
collected from every department in the store. The best part of it is,

Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Alfred Lee Klaer, Associate Minister
9:30 A. M.-Bible Class for Fresh-
men at the Church House.
10:45 A. M.-.Morning Worship.
Sermon: "Afterward: Facing For-
ward with Faith."
12:00 Noon-Discussion for Upper-
classmen in Ethical Issues in Cur-
rent Events.
5:30 P. M.-SocialhHour for Young
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Meet-
ing. E. M. Dodd, M.D. of New
York City will speak. "Impressions
of an Asiatic Tour."

most of the merchandise
is NEW, but sacrificed for
this one day sale. Here
are just a few of the bar.

Uelt Braided
$1.49 value
98c value
35.95 Rayon Silk
i$1.00 SpecIal New
Saturday Only
5 9 .Lundry
3 9C
$1I ,W

Saturday Savings on
Aji assortm-nt o r$1
Faee owde s..49c
t9c Water Bottles
and Fountain
Syringes ......49c
25c Dressing
Combs ........13c
One 25c St. Denipis
Rath Salts and one
25c St. i)ennis
fHedy Powder, both
for. ........35c
79c Marquisette
Curtain, pair
$1.19 Rufiled
Curtains, pair
49c Conc0hita
Cr:epe, yard
Sheer Chif[ons
\ ens New Bg
$1.39 Rayon Damask

7:30 P. M.-Weslyan
Bishop 3 olhnsot tf


Cor. Last University Ave. & Oakland
R abi Bernard Heiler, Director
Philip 'Bernstei, Assistant to the
1:15 A. M.---Services in the Chapel
of the 'Women's League Building.
Rab Heller will speak on "The
Urivcrsal Significance of Pass-
4:00 I P. M.- Musicale led by Mr.
Harry Siegal.
8:00 P'. M. -Open Forum. Miss
nc Stern will speak on
''_pm Passover meals all ween
at 603 Forest.
Conservave services each Friday
'vening, 7:30 P. M., at the Foun.
South Fourth Avenue
Theodore R. Schmale, Pastor
9:o A. I lie Scol

(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Sts.
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Sunday, April 24, 1932
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
9:30 A. M.-Service in German.
10:45 A. M.-"The Promise of the
6:00 P. M.-Student Supper and
Fellowship Hour.
7:30 P. M.-Play entitled "I Will,
I Won't" to be presented by a
group of Walther Leaguers from
Royal Oak, Mich. Large attend-
ance is desired.
No student meeting this Sunday and
following Sunday.
Washington Street and-5th Ave.
C. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible School Lesson
topic: "Abrahan's Generosity to

Guild Lec-

E. Huron, below
R. Edward Sayles, I
Howard R. Chapman,l


9:30 A. M.-Church School. D
Albert J. Logan, Superintenden
10:45 A. M.--Morning Worship
Mr. Sayles will speak on "Fait
and a Good Conscience."
12 M.-Student study group at tli
Guild House. Mr. Chapman.
5:30 P. M.-Student Friendshi
6:30 P. M.--Dr. Lerory Waterma
will speak on his excavation wor
in Palestine,
409 S. Division St.
10:30 A. M.---Regular Mornin
Service. Sermon topic: "Probatio:
After Death."

" X2.95 Sweaters.---_


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